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SUMMER 2015
 
ACCTG 101 - 5.00 - FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING
Description: ACCTG 101 Accounting 101 introduces students to the use of accounting information, and to analysis using accounting and financial concepts and terminology. Accounting information is presented from the user's viewpoint. The course covers financial accounting, dealing with such topics as the accounting cycle, revenue and expense recognition, internal control, external reporting requirements, cash flow, financial statement analysis, GAAP, IFRS and asset, liability, and stockholder’s equity valuation. Ethical issues and open-ended exercises requiring critical judgment and narrative response by students may be used throughout the course. Note: Accounting 101 may not be taken by students who have completed Accounting 106 with a grade of "C" or better. Transfer Credit: CSU, UC, USC
Prerequisite: None.
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1487 0000-0000ONLINEBATES , ROBERTCLOSED
[ 9.5 hrs online]
Start-Stop Dates: 06/22/2015 - 08/14/2015
1487 Note: ONLINE CLASS - For information on what is required of you when taking an online course visit www.glendale.edu/online. Students should possess basic computer skills and have access to the Internet, either from home or from the computer labs on campus. Mandatory Orientation 6-8pm in SG138 on Monday, 6/22/15. Midterm 6-8:30pm in SG138 on Monday, 7/13/15. Final exam 6-8:30pm in SG138 on Monday, 8/10/15. The instructor can be contacted at rbates@glendal.edu *Failure to attend could result in a permanent drop from the class.

 
BUSAD 141 - 3.00 - INTRODUCTION TO MANAGEMENT
Description: BUSAD 141 Business Administration 141 introduces the student to the basic managerial functions within an organization, which include planning and decision making, organizing, staffing, directing, leading, and controlling. These functions apply to managers at all levels, from small business to top executive management. Transfer Credit: CSU
Prerequisite: None.
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1035 0000-0000ONLINEKALLIK , CRYSTALCLOSED
[ 7.5 hrs online]
Start-Stop Dates: 06/22/2015 - 07/31/2015
1035 Note: ONLINE CLASS - For information on what is required of you when taking an online course visit www.glendale.edu/online. Students should possess basic computer skills and have access to the Internet, either from home or from the computer labs on campus. Mandatory Orientation 6-8pm in SR312 on Monday, 6/22/15. Final exam 6-8:30pm in SR312 on Monday, 7/20/15. The instructor can be contacted at ckallik@glendal.edu *Failure to attend could result in a permanent drop from the class.

 
ENGL 192 - 3.00 - ADVANCED COLLEGE READING
Description: ENGL 192 English 192 is a reading course designed for students who are generally good readers, but who wish to improve their reading speed and comprehension. Various speed reading techniques are covered, as well as vocabulary building through the study of prefixes and roots, and the use of context clues. Comprehension skills are reviewed as are the use of analogies and critical reading methods. Written book reviews and summaries are assigned.
Prerequisite: Placement is based on a composite of test scores and academic background or satisfactory completion of ENGL 190. Recommended corequisite: Concurrent enrollment in ENGL 120
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1051 0000-0000ONLINESCHUMACHER , ALEXACLOSED
[ + 9 hrs online]
Start-Stop Dates: 06/22/2015 - 07/24/2015
1051 Note: ONLINE CLASS - Mandatory Live Orientation with State Photo ID Required on Tuesday, June 23, from 12-1pm in CR223. Failure to attend the Live Orientation with ID will result in a permanent drop from the class. Instructor: Dr. Alexa Schumacher, Ph.D; alexa@glendale.edu or (818) 240-1000 ext. 5499. This course requires reading, writing, engaging in frequent online activities, and weekly assignment deadlines. Students must review the instructor generated Welcome Letter via GCC email two days before the semester begins and complete the Course Check-In Assignment described in the Welcome Letter to not be dropped from the course.

 
ENGR 102 - 2.00 - ENGINEERING PRINT READING FOR INDUSTRY
Description: ENGR 102 Engineering 102 is a study of the fundamentals of orthographic drawing to develop the student's ability to understand and utilize the information presented on a blueprint. Such areas as size dimensional systems, tolerancing, S1 metrics, value engineering and related industrial terminology are presented to strengthen the student's ability to interpret an engineering drawing. Note: A recommended course for basic drafting review and non-drafting majors. This course may not be taken for credit by students who have completed Engineering 104, 106, or 108. Transfer Credit: CSU
Recommended preparation: Eligibility for ENGL 120 or ESL 151.
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1286 0000-0000ONLINEMARTIN , DAVID DCLOSED
[ 9.0 hrs online]
Start-Stop Dates: 06/22/2015 - 07/24/2015
1286 Note: ONLINE CLASS - For information on what is required of you when taking an online course visit www.glendale.edu/online or go to the Distance Education pages in the printed schedule. Mandatory orientation meeting Monday, June 22 at 8:00-9:00pm, in AT200. Contact the instructor via email at dmartin@glendale.edu for information.

 
HLTH 104 - 3.00 - HEALTH EDUCATION
Description: HLTH 104 Health 104 covers current issues in health and their effect upon the quality of human life. The course emphasizes the holistic approach to health and wellness and explores the latest concepts in nutrition, disease prevention, mental health and stress management, sexual relationships and lifestyles, drug use and abuse, and consumer and environmental health issues. Instruction focuses on individual responsibility for wellness, cultural diversity, and effective interpersonal communication. Note: No credit allowed for students who have completed Health 106 or Psychology 111. Transfer Credit: CSU, UC, USC
Prerequisite: None.
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1085 0000-0000ONLINEERFURT , BARBARACLOSED
[ 7.5 hrs online]
Start-Stop Dates: 06/22/2015 - 07/31/2015
1085 Note: ONLINE CLASS - For information on what is required of you when taking an online course visit www.glendale.edu/online. This online course involves a MANDATORY on-campus orientation session on Tuesday, 6/23/2015, 7:30pm - 8:30pm in SN101. All enrolled and wait-listed students must attend. Students who fail to attend will be DROPPED. No exceptions.

 
MUSIC 101 - 3.00 - MUSIC FUNDAMENTALS
Description: MUSIC 101 Music 101 is a beginning course for those students who seek a basic knowledge of the fundamentals of music and music notation. Students learn the basic elements of pitch, rhythm, notation, scale structure, tonality, intervals, chords, melody, harmony, musical terminology, and score reading. Students apply these concepts to writing and analyzing simple musical examples. In addition, students learn to relate these concepts to the piano keyboard and to play simple examples. Transfer Credit: CSU, UC, USC
Prerequisite: None.
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1301 0000-0000ONLINEGREEN , PETERCLOSED
[ 9.0 hrs online]
Start-Stop Dates: 06/22/2015 - 07/24/2015
1301 Note: ONLINE CLASS - For information on what is required of you when taking an online course visit www.glendale.edu/online. This course section is offered through online instruction with one on-campus, mandatory, orientation session on Monday, June 22 from 5:00-6:00pm in AU 211. There will be an in-person final exam.
1332 0000-0000ONLINEDELTO , BYRONCLOSED
[ 9.0 hrs online]
Start-Stop Dates: 06/22/2015 - 07/24/2015
1332 Note: ONLINE CLASS - For information on what is required of you when taking an online course visit www.glendale.edu/online.This course section is offered through online instruction with one on-campus, mandatory, orientation session on Monday, June 22 from 6:00-7:00pm in AU4. There will be an in-person final exam.

 
MUSIC 120 - 3.00 - MUSIC APPRECIATION
Description: MUSIC 120 Music 120 traces the evolution of music over the past 1500 years, with a special emphasis on understanding how to listen for greater enjoyment. Students learn the basic elements of music, such as form and structure, families and subgroups of musical instruments, as well as learning about specific composers and works. Note: This course may not be taken for credit by students who have completed Music 125 or 126. This course is designed especially for non-music majors. Music majors should enroll in Music 125 and 126. The student is required to attend five (5) classical concerts and submit concert reports. Transfer Credit: CSU, UC, USC
Prerequisite: None.
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1296 0000-0000ONLINEDELTO , BYRONCLOSED
[ 9.0 hrs online]
Start-Stop Dates: 06/22/2015 - 07/24/2015
1296 Note: ONLINE CLASS - For information on what is required of you when taking an online course visit www.glendale.edu/online.This course section is offered through online instruction with one on-campus, mandatory, orientation session on Monday, June 22 from 5:00-6:00pm in AU4. There will be an in-person final exam.

 
RE 101 - 3.00 - REAL ESTATE PRINCIPLES
Description: RE 101 Real Estate 101 covers the basic laws and principles of California real estate and gives understanding, background, and terminology necessary for advanced study in specialized courses. The course is of assistance to those preparing for the real estate sales license examination. Transfer Credit: CSU
Prerequisite: None.
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1032 0000-0000ONLINEHUBER , WALTERCLOSED
[ 9.0 hrs online]
Start-Stop Dates: 06/22/2015 - 07/24/2015
1032 Note: ONLINE CLASS - For information on what is required of you when taking an online course visit www.glendale.edu/online. Students should possess basic computer skills and have access to the Internet, either from home or from the computer labs on campus. Mandatory Orientation 4:30-6:30pm in SG138 on Wednesday, 6/24/15. Final exam 4:30-6:30pm in SG138 on Wednesday, 7/22/15. The instructor can be contacted at whuber@glendale.edu or ctaber@glendale.com *Failure to attend could result in a permanent drop from the class.

 
RE 120 - 3.00 - REAL ESTATE PRACTICE
Description: RE 120 Real Estate 120 covers the day-to-day operations from the viewpoint of the real estate salesperson. The topics covered include: listing, prospecting, advertising, financing, sales techniques, escrow, and ethics. This course applies toward the State of California's educational requirement for the salesperson's and broker's examination. Transfer Credit: CSU
Prerequisite: None.
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1028 0000-0000ONLINEHUBER , WALTERCLOSED
[ 9.0 hrs online]
Start-Stop Dates: 06/22/2015 - 07/24/2015
1028 Note: ONLINE CLASS - For information on what is required of you when taking an online course visit www.glendale.edu/online. Students should possess basic computer skills and have access to the Internet, either from home or from the computer labs on campus. Mandatory Orientation 6:30-8:30pm in SG138 on Wednesday, 6/24/15. Final exam 6:30-8:30pm in SG138 on Wednesday, 7/22/15. The instructor can be contacted at whuber@glendale.edu or ctaber@glendale.com *Failure to attend could result in a permanent drop from the class.

 
T ART 101 - 3.00 - INTRODUCTION TO THEATRE
Description: T ART 101 Theatre Arts 101 introduces students to elements of the theatre arts production process as a collaborative art form including playwriting, acting, directing, design, and criticism. While exploring its elements, practices, and collaborators, its historical, social, political, and economic context will be examined. Note: During the semester, students are expected to attend professional and Glendale Community College Theatre Arts Department productions as a part of the learning process. Transfer Credit: CSU, UC, USC
Prerequisite: None.
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1295 0000-0000ONLINEKRAWCZENIUK , VSEVOLOCLOSED
[ 9.0 hrs online]
Start-Stop Dates: 06/22/2015 - 07/24/2015
1295 Note: ONLINE CLASS - For information on what is required of you when taking an online course visit www.glendale.edu/online. This course section is offered through online instruction with one on-campus, mandatory, orientation session on Monday, June 22 from 7:00-8:00pm in AU 102. There will be an in-person final exam.
1338 0000-0000ONLINEFARR , JEANETTECLOSED
[ 9.0 hrs online]
Start-Stop Dates: 06/22/2015 - 07/24/2015
1338 Note: ONLINE CLASS - For information on what is required of you when taking an online course visit www.glendale.edu/online. This course section is offered through online instruction with one on-campus, mandatory, orientation session on Monday, June 22 from 6:00-7:00pm in AU 102. There will be an in-person final exam..




FALL 2015
 
ACCTG 101 - 5.00 - FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING
Description: ACCTG 101 Accounting 101 introduces students to the use of accounting information, and to analysis using accounting and financial concepts and terminology. Accounting information is presented from the user's viewpoint. The course covers financial accounting, dealing with such topics as the accounting cycle, revenue and expense recognition, internal control, external reporting requirements, cash flow, financial statement analysis, GAAP, IFRS and asset, liability, and stockholder’s equity valuation. Ethical issues and open-ended exercises requiring critical judgment and narrative response by students may be used throughout the course. Note: Accounting 101 may not be taken by students who have completed Accounting 106 with a grade of "C" or better. Transfer Credit: CSU, UC, USC
Prerequisite: None.
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1153 0000-0000ONLINEBATES , ROBERTCLOSED
[ 5.0 hrs online]
1153 Note: ONLINE CLASS - For information on what is required of you when taking an online course visit www.glendale.edu/online or go to the Distance Education pages in the printed schedule. Students should possess basic computer skills and have access to the Internet, either from home or from the computer labs on campus. Mandatory Orientation Friday, September 4, 6-8 pm in SG138. Midterm, Friday, October 16, 6-8:30 pm in SG138. Final exam, Friday, December 11, 6-8:30 pm in SG138. The instructor can be contacted at rbates@glendale.edu. This online course requires weekly online access, participation, and communication.

 
ACCTG 121 - 3.00 - PEACHTREE/GREAT PLAINS
Description: ACCTG 121 Accounting 121 is an advanced course allowing students to prepare sophisticated practice sets from assorted accounting software packages.
Recommended preparation: ACCTG 101 or 110 or equivalent.
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3821 0000-0000ONLINEKLOEZEMAN , CHRISTINE-
[ 3.0 hrs online]
Pass/No Pass class only
3821 Note: ONLINE CLASS - For information on what is required of you when taking an online course visit www.glendale.edu/online or go to the Distance Education pages in the printed schedule. Students should possess basic computer skills and have access to the Internet, either from home or from the computer labs on campus. Mandatory Orientation Friday, 9/4, 6-8 pm in SR313. Midterm, Friday, 10/16, 6-8 pm in SR313. Final exam, Friday, 12/11, 6:30-9 pm in SR313. The instructor can be contacted at ckloezem@prodigy.net . This online course requires weekly online access, participation, and communication.

 
ARCH 108 - 3.00 - ARCHITECTURAL PRINT READING
Description: ARCH 108 Architecture 108 covers all aspects of architectural print reading including orthographic projection, basic view utilization, residential and commercial standards, dimensioning techniques, uniform building code (UBC),and architectural terminology including abbreviations and symbols. Note: Architecture 108 may not be taken for credit by students who have credit for Architecture 101,102,103, 105 , or 107 Transfer Credit: CSU
Prerequisite: None.
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2671 0000-0000ONLINEMARTIN , DAVID D-
[ 3.0 hrs online]
2671 Note: ONLINE CLASS - For information on what is required of you when taking an online course visit www.glendale.edu/online or go to the Distance Education pages in the printed schedule.

 
ART 102 - 3.00 - ART HISTORY: RENAISSANCE-MODERN
Description: ART 102 Art 102 is a survey of western architecture, painting, and sculpture from the Renaissance to modern times. The visual arts of the Renaissance, Baroque, and Modern periods in Europe and the United States are discussed. Emphasis is placed on integrating the development of art forms with the geographic, social, political, philosophical, and religious characteristics of these cultures. Transfer Credit: CSU, UC, USC
Prerequisite: None.
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3004 0000-0000ONLINEMIHAYLOVICH , KRISTINCLOSED
[ 3.0 hrs online]
3004 Note: ONLINE CLASS - For information on what is required of you when taking an online course visit www.glendale.edu/online or go to the Distance Education pages in the printed schedule.
3105 0000-0000ONLINEMIHAYLOVICH , KRISTINCLOSED
[ 3.0 hrs online]
3105 Note: ONLINE CLASS - For information on what is required of you when taking an online course visit www.glendale.edu/online or go to the Distance Education pages in the printed schedule.

 
BUSAD 101 - 3.00 - INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS
Description: BUSAD 101 Business Administration 101 orients students to the field of business, introducing, in survey form, the functions, characteristics, organization, and problems of business. The course serves as a foundation for later specialized study, and directs the thinking of students to possible careers. Transfer Credit: CSU, UC, USC
Prerequisite: None.
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1098 0000-0000ONLINEMIKETTA , JAMESCLOSED
[ 3.0 hrs online]
1098 Note: ONLINE CLASS - For information on what is required of you when taking an online course visit www.glendale.edu/online or go to the Distance Education pages in the printed schedule. Students should possess basic computer skills and have access to the Internet, either from home or from the computer labs on campus. Mandatory Orientation Thursday, 9/3, 5:30-7:30 pm in SG129. Final exam, Thursday, 12/10, 5:30-8pm in SG129. The instructor can be reached at bmiketta@glendale.edu. This online course requires weekly online access, participation, and communication.
1099 0000-0000ONLINEMIKETTA , JAMESCLOSED
[ 3.0 hrs online]
1099 Note: ONLINE CLASS - For information on what is required of you when taking an online course visit www.glendale.edu/online or go to the Distance Education pages in the printed schedule. Students should possess basic computer skills and have access to the Internet, either from home or from the computer labs on campus. Mandatory Orientation Thursday, 9/3, 5:30-7:30 pm in SG129. Final exam, Thursday, 12/10, 5:30-8pm in SG129. The instructor can be reached at bmiketta@glendale.edu. This online course requires weekly online access, participation, and communication.

 
BUSAD 106 - 3.00 - WRITTEN BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS
Description: BUSAD 106 Business Administration 106 is a writing course for students completing programs in business. The course prepares students to accomplish tasks and solve problems through the written word. The mechanics, strategies, and processes of technical writing, as well as creative and critical thinking skills, are applied to a variety of tasks which simulate typical events in business. Techniques are covered for creating effective business letters, information summaries, proposals, and reports, including references and research sources and appropriate styles and formats. In addition, original essays responding to a review of rhetorical works in the fields of business and economics are prepared. The impact of organizational procedures on business communications is explored, and the automated technology which facilitates this communication is applied to a variety of tasks common to the business organization. Transfer Credit: CSU
Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 101 or completion of CABOT 105. Recommended Preparation: Concurrent enrollment or completion of CABOT 107.
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1104 0000-0000ONLINEZAKARIA , MARISACLOSED
[ 4.0 hrs online]
1104 Note: ONLINE CLASS - For information on what is required of you when taking an online course visit www.glendale.edu/online or go to the Distance Education pages in the printed schedule. Students should possess basic computer skills and have access to the Internet, either from home or from the computer labs on campus. Mandatory Orientation Wednesday, 9/02, 4:30-6:30pm in SR314. Midterm, Wednesday, 10/14 4:30-6:30pm in SR314. Final exam, Wednesday, 12/16, 4:15-6:45pm in SR314. The instructor can be reached at marisaz@glendale.edu . This online course requires weekly online access, participation, and communication.

 
BUSAD 113 - 3.00 - PRINCIPLES OF PROPERTY AND LIABILITY INSURANCE
Description: BUSAD 113 Business Administration 113 is intended to help individuals learn basic information regarding property and liability insurance for use in employment as insurance professionals in entry-level and higher positions. It covers the fundamentals of insurance including the types of insurers, institutions that provide insurance, how it is regulated, and measurement of financial performance. This course is intended to help prepare students for a variety of entry-level positions in the insurance industry and for a number of insurance certification examinations.
Prerequisite: None.
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1161 0000-0000ONLINEHILL , LYNNCLOSED
[ 5.75 hrs online]
1161 Note: ONLINE CLASS - For information on what is required of you when taking an online course visit www.glendale.edu/online or go to the Distance Education pages in the printed schedule. 1st 8-wk beginning 9/03/2015. Students should possess basic computer skills and have access to the Internet, either from home or from the computer labs on campus. Mandatory Orientation Thursday, 9/03, 5-6:30 in SR 312. Midterm, Thursday 09/24, 4-6:30 in SR 312. Final exam, Thursday, 10/22, 4-6:30 in SR 312. This online course requires weekly online access, participation, and communication. Textbook must be obtained from GCC Library or purchased online before Orientation. Contact lynnhill2000@netscape.net for info.

 
BUSAD 114 - 3.00 - PERSONAL INSURANCE
Description: BUSAD 114 Business Administration 114 is intended to help individuals learn basic information regarding personal insurance for use in employment as insurance professionals in entry-level and higher positions. This course may also be of value to anyone who wishes to obtain the knowledge to manage his or her personal insurance needs. Information about automobile, homeowners, and residential insurance (e.g. earthquake, marine, etc.) is included in the course. Financial planning, life insurance, and health insurance are also covered.
Prerequisite: None.
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1196 0000-0000ONLINEALLEN , RODERICK(2nd 8 Week Class)
[ 5.75 hrs online]
1196 Note: ONLINE CLASS - For information on what is required of you when taking an online course visit www.glendale.edu/online or go to the Distance Education pages in the printed schedule. 2nd 8-wk beginning 10/27/2015. Students should possess basic computer skills and have access to the Internet, either from home or from the computer labs on campus. Mandatory Orientation Tuesday, 10/27, 6:30-8:30pm in SG137. Final exam Tuesday, 12/15 7-9:30pm SG137. This online course requires weekly online access, participation, and communication. Textbook must be obtained from GCC Library or purchased online before Orientation. Contact rodallen@glendale.edu for info.

 
BUSAD 115 - 3.00 - COMMERCIAL INSURANCE
Description: BUSAD 115 Business Administration 115 is intended to help individuals learn basic information regarding commercial insurance for use in employment as insurance professionals in entry-level and higher positions. The course includes information on property insurance, business income insurance, commercial crime insurance, equipment breakdown insurance, inland and ocean marine insurance, commercial general liability insurance, commercial automobile insurance, and other types of commercial insurance coverage.
Prerequisite: None.
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1162 0000-0000ONLINEALLEN , RODERICKCLOSED
[ 5.75 hrs online]
1162 Note: ONLINE CLASS - For information on what is required of you when taking an online course visit www.glendale.edu/online or go to the Distance Education pages in the printed schedule. 1st 8-wk beginning 9/01/2014. Students should possess basic computer skills and have access to the Internet, either from home or from the computer labs on campus. Mandatory Orientation Tuesday, 9/01, 4:30-6:30pm in SR312. Final exam, Tuesday, 10/20, 4:15-6:45pm in SR312. This online course requires weekly online access, participation, and communication. Textbook must be obtained from GCC Library or purchased online before Orientation. Contact rodallen@glendale.edu for info.

 
BUSAD 116 - 3.00 - PRINCIPLES OF LIFE AND HEALTH INSURANCE
Description: BUSAD 116 Business Administration 116 is intended to help individuals learn basic information regarding life and health insurance for use in employment as insurance professionals in entry-level and higher positions. It covers the fundamentals of insurance, including the types of insurers, institutions that provide insurance, how it is regulated, and measurement of financial performance. This course is intended to help prepare students for a variety of entry-level positions in the insurance industry, and completion of the course will satisfy the requirements to 'sit" for the State of California written test for a Life and Health Agent License.
Prerequisite: None.
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1106 0000-0000ONLINEALLEN , RODERICK-
[ 3.0 hrs online]
1106 Note: ONLINE CLASS - For information on what is required of you when taking an online course visit www.glendale.edu/online or go to the Distance Education pages in the printed schedule. 16-wk beginning 9/01/2014. Students should possess basic computer skills and have access to the Internet, either from home or from the computer labs on campus. Mandatory Orientation Tuesday, 9/01, 4:30-6:30pm in SR313. Final exam, Tuesday, 12/15, 6:30-9pm in SR313. Contact instructor at rodallen@glendale.edu. This online course requires weekly online access, participation, and communication.

 
BUSAD 120 - 3.00 - BUSINESS LAW I
Description: BUSAD 120 Business Administration 120 is a study of law as it influences business conduct, including growth of law and recent changes, especially the new Uniform Commercial Code, and principles of contracts, sales, and agency. Transfer Credit: CSU, UC, USC
Prerequisite: None.
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1108 0000-0000ONLINEBISHOP , LORRAINECLOSED
[ 3.0 hrs online]
1108 Note: ONLINE CLASS - For information on what is required of you when taking an online course visit www.glendale.edu/online or go to the Distance Education pages in the printed schedule. Students should possess basic computer skills and have access to the Internet, either from home or from the computer labs on campus. Mandatory Orientation Friday, 9/04, 4:30-6:30pm in SR314. Final exam, Friday, 12/11, 4-6:30pm in SR314. The instructor can be contacted at lorraineb@glendale.edu. This online course requires weekly online access, participation, and communication.

 
BUSAD 131 - 3.00 - INTRODUCTION TO FINANCE
Description: BUSAD 131 Business Administration 131 introduces the student to the many financial decisions faced by a modern business, along with the analytical tools and concepts necessary for an evaluation of these decisions. The material is applicable to large corporations, small businesses and nonprofit organizations. Note: One year of accounting is recommended. Transfer Credit: CSU
Prerequisite: None.
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1113 0000-0000ONLINEKALLIK , CRYSTALCLOSED
[ 3.0 hrs online]
1113 Note: ONLINE CLASS - For information on what is required of you when taking an online course visit www.glendale.edu/online or go to the Distance Education pages in the printed schedule. Students should possess basic computer skills and have access to the Internet, either from home or from the computer labs on campus. Mandatory Orientation Friday, 9/04, 8-9:30pm in SR313. Final exam, Friday, 12/11, 4-6:30pm in SR313. The instructor can be contacted at ckallik@glendale.edu. This online course requires weekly online access, participation, and communication.

 
BUSAD 170 - 3.00 - INTRODUCTION TO INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS
Description: BUSAD 170 Business Administration 170 is an overview of basic issues with which someone involved in international business must deal. These include deciding on a business organization for foreign operations, establishing banking relationships, raising capital, currency exchange, marketing in a foreign environment, with particular emphasis on Pacific Rim, Western European and South American markets, import-export regulations, and problems with locating manufacturing abroad. Transfer Credit: CSU
Prerequisite: None.
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3823 0000-0000ONLINEZAKARIA , MARISA-
[ 3.0 hrs online]
3823 Note: ONLINE CLASS - For information on what is required of you when taking an online course visit www.glendale.edu/online or go to the Distance Education pages in the printed schedule. Students should possess basic computer skills and have access to the Internet, either from home or from the computer labs on campus. Mandatory Orientation Wednesday, 9/2, 7-9pm in SG137. Midterm, Wednesday, 10/21, 7-9:30pm, in SG137. Final exam, Wednesday, 12/9, 7-9:30pm in SG137. The instructor can be reached at marisaz@glendale.edu.

 
CHLDV 135 - 3.00 - CHILD GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT
Description: CHLDV 135 CHLDV 135 examines the major physical, psychosocial, and cognitive/language developmental milestones for children, both typical and atypical, from conception through adolescence. There will be an emphasis on interactions between maturational processes and environmental factors. While studying developmental theory and investigative research methodologies, students will observe children evaluate individual differences and analyze characteristics of development at various stages. Transfer Credit: CSU, UC, USC
Recommended preparation: Eligibility for ENGL 101.
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2580 0000-0000ONLINEBIANCHERI , MARY JANECLOSED
[ 3.0 hrs online]
2580 Note: ONLINE CLASS - For information on what is required of you when taking an online course visit www.glendale.edu/online or go to the Distance Education pages in the printed schedule.Mandatory orientation meeting Monday, August 31, 2015 from 7:00pm -9:00pm in AA 114. The instructor can be contacted by email at mbiancher@glendale.edu.

 
CHLDV 142 - 3.00 - CHILD, FAMILY, AND COMMUNITY
Description: CHLDV 142 CHLDV 142 examines the developing child in a societal context focusing on the interrelationship of family, school and community with an emphasis on historical and socio-cultural factors. The processes of socialization and identity development will be highlighted, showing the importance of respectful, reciprocal relationships that support and empower families.. Transfer Credit: CSU
Prerequisite: CHLDV 135 or equivalent
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2569 0000-0000ONLINESTAFF -
[ 3.0 hrs online]
2569 Note: ONLINE CLASS - For information on what is required of you when taking an online course visit www.glendale.edu/online or go to the Distance Education pages in the printed schedule.

 
CS/IS 101 - 5.00 - INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS
Description: CS/IS 101 CS/IS 101 is designed to present the concepts and technology of processing information to students who plan to continue their studies in business information systems or computer science or who plan to work in the field. This course has a hands-on component in which the student learns basic system and application software, Web site development, Internet, and networking. Information competency skills are introduced. Students will focus on the application of concepts and methods through hands-on projects, developing computer-based solutions to business problems. Transfer Credit: CSU, UC, USC
Prerequisite: None.
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1131 0000-0000ONLINEHITTERDALE , LARRYCLOSED
[ 5.0 hrs online]
1131 Note: ONLINE CLASS - For information on what is required of you when taking an online course visit www.glendale.edu/online or go to the Distance Education pages in the printed schedule. Students should possess basic computer skills and have access to the Internet, either from home or from the computer labs on campus. Mandatory Orientation Either Tuesday 9/01, 6-8pm in SG129 or Wednesday, 9/02, 4:30-6:30pm in SG129. Midterm, Tuesday, 10/20, 6-8pm in SG129. Final exam, Tuesday, 12/15, 6-8:30pm in SG129. Instructor: Larry Hitterdale, 818-240-1000 Ext. 5481, larry@glendale.edu. This online course requires weekly online access, participation, and communication.
1132 0000-0000ONLINEHITTERDALE , LARRYCLOSED
[ 5.0 hrs online]
1132 Note: ONLINE CLASS - For information on what is required of you when taking an online course visit www.glendale.edu/online or go to the Distance Education pages in the printed schedule. Students should possess basic computer skills and have access to the Internet, either from home or from the computer labs on campus. Mandatory Orientation Either Tuesday 9/01, 6-8pm in SG129 or Wednesday, 9/02, 4:30-6:30pm in SG129. Midterm, Tuesday, 10/20, 6-8pm in SG129. Final exam, Tuesday, 12/15, 6-8:30pm in SG129. Instructor: Larry Hitterdale, 818-240-1000 Ext. 5481, larry@glendale.edu. This online course requires weekly online access, participation, and communication.
1133 0000-0000ONLINEFLORES , LUISCLOSED
[ 5.0 hrs online]
1133 Note: ONLINE CLASS - For information on what is required of you when taking an online course visit www.glendale.edu/online or go to the Distance Education pages in the printed schedule. Students should possess basic computer skills and have access to the Internet, either from home or from the computer labs on campus. Mandatory Orientation on Friday 9/04 from 6-8pm in SG136, Midterm, on Friday 10/23 from 6-8:30pm in SG136, Final exam, on Friday 12/11 from 6-8:30pm in SG136. Instructor: The instructor can be reached at floresla@lacitycollege.edu. This online course requires weekly online access, participation, and communication.

 
CS/IS 264 - 1.00 - WEB DEVELOPMENT PROJECT I: PLANNING
Description: CS/IS 264 CS/IS 264 is the first of three practical experience-building courses for the Web Development certificate. In this course, the student will complete a thorough Web site plan including site navigation, production charts and storyboards.
Prerequisite:CS/IS 260 or equivalent.
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1147 0000-0000ONLINEMOVSESYAN , ASHOT-
[ 3.0 hrs online]
1147 Note: ONLINE CLASS - For information on what is required of you when taking an online course visit www.glendale.edu/online or go to the Distance Education pages in the printed schedule. Students should possess basic computer skills and have access to the Internet, either from home or from the computer labs on campus. Mandatory Orientation Saturday, 9/05, 4:30-6:30pm in SR313. Midterm, Saturday, 10/24, 4:30-7pm in SR313. Final exam, Saturday, 12/12, 4:30-7pm in SR313. The instructor can be reached at ashotm@glendale.edu . This online course requires weekly online access, participation, and communication.

 
CS/IS 265 - 1.00 - WEB DEVELOPMENT PROJECT II: CONSTRUCTION
Description: CS/IS 265 CS/IS 265 is the second of three practical experience-building courses for the Web Development certificate. In this course, the student will execute the plans created in CS/IS 264. Industry standard software will be used to build and test the web site. File management and version control techniques will be evaluated.
Prerequisite: CS/IS 264 or equivalent.
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1148 0000-0000ONLINEMOVSESYAN , ASHOT-
[ 1.0 hrs online]
1148 Note: ONLINE CLASS - For information on what is required of you when taking an online course visit www.glendale.edu/online or go to the Distance Education pages in the printed schedule. Students should possess basic computer skills and have access to the Internet, either from home or from the computer labs on campus. Mandatory Orientation Saturday, 9/05, 4:30-6:30pm in SR313. Midterm, Saturday, 10/24, 4:30-7pm in SR313. Final exam, Saturday, 12/12, 4:30-7pm in SR313. The instructor can be reached at ashotm@glendale.edu . This online course requires weekly online access, participation, and communication.

 
CS/IS 266 - 1.00 - WEB DEVLMNT PROJECT III: MAINTENANCE
Description: CS/IS 266 CS/IS 266 is the last of three practical experience-building courses for the Web Development certificate. In this course, the student will focus on the skills needed to maintain a complex Web site. Techniques for site rejuvenation and visitor log evaluation software are also covered. Lecture/Demonstration 1 hour.
Prerquisite: CS/IS 265 or equivalent.
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1149 0000-0000ONLINEMOVSESYAN , ASHOT-
[ 1.0 hrs online]
1149 Note: ONLINE CLASS - For information on what is required of you when taking an online course visit www.glendale.edu/online or go to the Distance Education pages in the printed schedule. Students should possess basic computer skills and have access to the Internet, either from home or from the computer labs on campus. Mandatory Orientation Saturday, 9/05, 4:30-6:30pm in SR313. Midterm, Saturday, 10/24, 4:30-7pm in SR313. Final exam, Saturday, 12/12, 4:30-7pm in SR313. The instructor can be reached at ashotm@glendale.edu . This online course requires weekly online access, participation, and communication.

 
DANCE 100 - 3.00 - SURVEY OF DANCE HISTORY
Description: DANCE 100 Dance 100 is a survey of dance forms created by western cultures and civilizations. An introduction of the prehistory of dance and development of dance in ancient Egypt, Greece, and Rome is followed by an investigation of the history of dance in the western world through the Christian era into contemporary times. Elements relating to social dance, ethnic dance, court dance, ballet, modern dance, musical theater dance, jazz, and tap dance are included. Emphasis is placed on integrating the development of dance forms with the geographic, social, political, philosophical, and religious characteristics of these cultures. Transfer Credit: CSU, UC, USC
Prerequisite: None.
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2922 0000-0000ONLINEMC MURREY , FRANK LYNNCLOSED
[ 4.0 hrs online]
2922 Note: ONLINE CLASS - For information on what is required of you when taking an online course visit www.glendale.edu/online or go to the Distance Education pages in the printed schedule.

 
ENGL 182 - 1.00 - BASIC COMMUNICATION-VOCABULARY
Description: ENGL 182 English 182 is designed to help students develop a wide variety of vocabulary skills. The modular system of this computer-based course allows students to work on one skill at a time. Students work independently and review a topic as many times as necessary to achieve full understanding and mastery of it.
Prerequisite: None.
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1367 0000-0000ONLINESHAHOIAN , SHANTCLOSED
[ 3.0 hrs online]
Pass/No Pass class only
1367 Note: ONLINE CLASS - For information on what is required of you when taking an online course visit www.glendale.edu/online or go to the Distance Education pages in the printed schedule. Mandatory Orientation* : The date, time, and location of each orientation session will be posted in the Learning Center (AD 232) by the first week of the semester. If a student fails to attend an orientation session in person, he or she may be dropped from the course.

 
ENGL 183 - 1.00 - BASIC COMMUNICATION-GRAMMAR
Description: ENGL 183 English 183 is designed to provide the student with the basic background and skills necessary for recognizing and remedying frequently made grammatical errors. This course, which is individualized, self-paced, interactive, and audio tutorial, introduces the student to basic English constructions and sentence-level writing problems. Credit is awarded upon completion of all the modules.
Prerequisite: None.
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1368 0000-0000ONLINESHAHOIAN , SHANTCLOSED
[ 3.0 hrs online]
Pass/No Pass class only
1368 Note: ONLINE CLASS - For information on what is required of you when taking an online course visit www.glendale.edu/online or go to the Distance Education pages in the printed schedule. Mandatory Orientation* : The date, time, and location of each orientation session will be posted in the Learning Center (AD 232) by the first week of the semester. If a student fails to attend an orientation session in person, he or she may be dropped from the course.

 
ENGL 188 - 3.00 - INTRODUCTION TO ACADEMIC READING
Description: ENGL 188 English 188 is a reading course designed for students who need to improve their basic skills. Various word attack skills are covered, including phonics, word analysis through the study of prefixes and word roots, and the use of context clues. Methods to improve comprehension are covered. Students are grouped into ability levels and organized into study sessions. There is extensive use of computer assisted instruction to drill vocabulary and to practice skills covered in class.
Prerequisite: Placement is based on a composite of test scores and academic background or ENGL 186 and 187.
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1371 0000-0000ONLINESCHUMACHER , ALEXA-
[ 3.0 hrs online]
1371 Note: ONLINE CLASS - For information on what is required of you when taking an online course visit www.glendale.edu/online or go to the Distance Education pages in the printed schedule. Mandatory Live Orientation with State Photo ID Required on Tuesday, September 1st, at 12:30--1:30pm in Room CS177. Failure to attend this Live Orientation with ID will result in a permanent drop from the class. Log onto Moodle at: www.profalexagcc.1faculty.com. Instructor: Dr. Alexa Schumacher, alexa@glendale.edu or (818) 240-1000 ext. 5499. This course requires reading, writing, engaging in frequent online activities, and weekly assignment deadlines.

 
ENGL 190 - 3.00 - INTERMEDIATE ACADEMIC READING
Description: ENGL 190 English 190 is a reading course designed for students who wish to improve their college reading skills. Various textbook study methods are covered, as are memory improvement, vocabulary building through the study of prefixes and roots, and the use of context clues. Some basic word attack skills are reviewed, but the emphasis of the course is on strengthening higher level reading comprehension as well as improving critical reading. Methods to improve literal and inferential comprehension are covered.
Prerequisite: Placement is based on a composite of test scores and academic background or ENGL188. ENGL 190 must be taken prior to or concurrently with ENGL 191.
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1386 0000-0000ONLINESCHUMACHER , ALEXA-
[ 3.0 hrs online]
1386 Note: ONLINE CLASS - For information on what is required of you when taking an online course visit www.glendale.edu/online or go to the Distance Education pages in the printed schedule. Mandatory Live Orientation with State Photo ID Required on Tuesday, September 1st, at 12:30-1:30pm in Room CS177. Failure to attend this Live Orientation with ID will result in a permanent drop from the class. Log onto Moodle at: www.profalexagcc.1faculty.com. Instructor: Dr. Alexa Schumacher, alexa@glendale.edu or (818) 240-1000 ext. 5499.  This course requires reading, writing, engaging in frequent online activities, and weekly assignment deadlines. 

 
ENGL 192 - 3.00 - ADVANCED COLLEGE READING
Description: ENGL 192 English 192 is a reading course designed for students who are generally good readers, but who wish to improve their reading speed and comprehension. Various speed reading techniques are covered, as well as vocabulary building through the study of prefixes and roots, and the use of context clues. Comprehension skills are reviewed as are the use of analogies and critical reading methods. Written book reviews and summaries are assigned.
Prerequisite: Placement is based on a composite of test scores and academic background or satisfactory completion of ENGL 190. Recommended corequisite: Concurrent enrollment in ENGL 120
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1385 0000-0000ONLINESCHUMACHER , ALEXA-
[ 3.0 hrs online]
1385 Note: ONLINE CLASS - For information on what is required of you when taking an online course visit www.glendale.edu/online or go to the Distance Education pages in the printed schedule. Mandatory Live Orientation with State Photo ID Required on Tuesday, September 1st, at 12:30-1:30pm in CS177. Failure to attend this Live Orientation with ID will result in a permanent drop from the class. Log onto Moodle at: www.profalexagcc.1faculty.com. Instructor: Dr. Alexa Schumacher, alexa@glendale.edu or (818) 240-1000 ext. 5499."  This course requires reading, writing, engaging in frequent online activities, and weekly assignment deadlines.

 
ENGR 102 - 2.00 - ENGINEERING PRINT READING FOR INDUSTRY
Description: ENGR 102 Engineering 102 is a study of the fundamentals of orthographic drawing to develop the student's ability to understand and utilize the information presented on a blueprint. Such areas as size dimensional systems, tolerancing, S1 metrics, value engineering and related industrial terminology are presented to strengthen the student's ability to interpret an engineering drawing. Note: A recommended course for basic drafting review and non-drafting majors. This course may not be taken for credit by students who have completed Engineering 104, 106, or 108. Transfer Credit: CSU
Recommended preparation: Eligibility for ENGL 120 or ESL 151.
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2697 0000-0000ONLINEMARTIN , DAVID D-
[ 3.0 hrs online]
2697 Note: ONLINE CLASS - For information on what is required of you when taking an online course visit www.glendale.edu/online or go to the Distance Education pages in the printed schedule.

 
FIRE 101 - 3.00 - PRINCIPLES OF FIRE EMERGENCY SERVICES
Description: FIRE 101 Fire Technology 101 provides an overview to fire protection; career opportunities in fire protection and related fields; philosophy and history of fire protection/service; fire loss analysis; organization and function of public and private fire protection services; fire departments as part of local government; laws and regulations affecting the fire service; fire service nomenclature; specific fire protection functions; basic fire chemistry and physics; introduction to fire protection systems; introduction to fire strategy and tactics. Transfer Credit: CSU
Recommended preparation: Eligibility for ENGL 101.
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2706 0000-0000ONLINEWALLACE , GERALD-
[ 3.0 hrs online]
2706 Note: ONLINE CLASS - For information on what is required of you when taking an online course visit www.glendale.edu/online or go to the Distance Education pages in the printed schedule.

 
FIRE 102 - 3.00 - FIRE BEHAVIOR AND COMBUSTION
Description: FIRE 102 Fire Technology 102 offers instruction in fire behavior and control, matter and energy, units of measurement, flammable liquids, toxic gases, chemicals, radioactive hazards, and fire fighting techniques. Fire Technology 102 meets or exceeds the California State Fire Marshal's Office core requirement for Fire 5. Transfer Credit: CSU
Recommended preparation: Eligibility for ENGL 120 or ESL 151.
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2707 0000-0000ONLINERICKMAN , TRACY-
[ 3.0 hrs online]
2707 Note: ONLINE CLASS - For information on what is required of you when taking an online course visit www.glendale.edu/online or go to the Distance Education pages in the printed schedule.

 
FIRE 103 - 3.00 - FIRE PREVENTION
Description: FIRE 103 Fire Technology 103 continues to present organization and function of the fire prevention organizations, inspection, surveying and mapping procedures, recognition of fire hazards, engineering a solution to the hazard, enforcement of the solution, public relations as affected by fire prevention. Fire Technology 103 meets or exceeds the California State Fire Marshal's Office core requirement for Fire 2. Transfer Credit: CSU
Prerequisite: FIRE 101 or equivalent.
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2708 0000-0000ONLINEWALLACE , GERALD-
[ 3.0 hrs online]
2708 Note: ONLINE CLASS - For information on what is required of you when taking an online course visit www.glendale.edu/online or go to the Distance Education pages in the printed schedule.

 
FIRE 104 - 3.00 - BUILDING CONSTRUCTION FOR FIRE PROTECTION
Description: FIRE 104 Fire Technology 104 investigates the components of building construction that relate to fire safety. The elements of construction and design of structures are shown to be key factors when inspecting buildings, preplanning fire operations, and operating during fires. The development and evolution of building and fire codes are studied in relationship to past fires in residential, commercial, and industrial occupancies. Fire Technology 104 meets or exceeds the California State Fire Marshal’s Office core requirement for Fire 4. Transfer Credit: CSU
Prerequisite: FIRE 101 or equivalent.
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2793 0000-0000ONLINEWALLACE , GERALD-
[ 3.0 hrs online]
2793 Note: ONLINE CLASS - For information on what is required of you when taking an online course visit www.glendale.edu/online or go to the Distance Education pages in the printed schedule.

 
FIRE 105 - 3.00 - FIRE PROTECTION SYSTEMS
Description: FIRE 105 Fire Technology 105 presents the methods, techniques and practical application of port able fire extinguishing equipment, sprinkler systems, protection systems for special hazards, and fire alarm and detection systems. Fire Technology 105 meets or exceeds the California State Fire Marshal's Office core requirement for Fire 3. Transfer Credit: CSU
Prerequisite: FIRE 101 or equivalent.
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2709 0000-0000ONLINERICKMAN , TRACY-
[ 3.0 hrs online]
2709 Note: ONLINE CLASS - For information on what is required of you when taking an online course visit www.glendale.edu/online or go to the Distance Education pages in the printed schedule.

 
FIRE 106 - 3.00 - PRINCIPLES OF FIRE AND EMERGENCY SERVICES SAFETY AND SURVIVAL
Description: FIRE 106 Fire Technology 106 introduces the basic concepts of occupational health and safety as it relates to emergency service organizations. Course covers risk evaluation and control procedures for emergency and non-emergency situations. The course curriculum will be guided by the National Fire Protection Association 1500 and Fire Department Occupational Health and Safety Programs’ standards.
Prerequisite: FIRE 101 or equivalent.
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2752 0000-0000ONLINEJOHNSON , MARTIN-
[ 3.0 hrs online]
2752 Note: ONLINE CLASS - For information on what is required of you when taking an online course visit www.glendale.edu/online or go to the Distance Education pages in the printed schedule.

 
HLTH 104 - 3.00 - HEALTH EDUCATION
Description: HLTH 104 Health 104 covers current issues in health and their effect upon the quality of human life. The course emphasizes the holistic approach to health and wellness and explores the latest concepts in nutrition, disease prevention, mental health and stress management, sexual relationships and lifestyles, drug use and abuse, and consumer and environmental health issues. Instruction focuses on individual responsibility for wellness, cultural diversity, and effective interpersonal communication. Note: No credit allowed for students who have completed Health 106 or Psychology 111. Transfer Credit: CSU, UC, USC
Prerequisite: None.
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1710 0000-0000ONLINEERFURT , BARBARA-
[ 3.0 hrs online]
1710 Note: ONLINE CLASS - For information on what is required of you when taking an online course visit www.glendale.edu/online or go to the Distance Education pages in the printed schedule. This course has one in-person class session on Friday 9/4 from 3:15-4:15pm in room SN101. All remaining course work is online. Students should possess computer skills and have access to the Internet, either from home or from the computer labs on campus. Students must read student e-mail one day prior to the start of the term. *Failure to read e-mail attend in-person orientation could result in a permanent drop from the class.
1711 0000-0000ONLINEERFURT , BARBARACLOSED
[ 3.0 hrs online]
1711 Note: ONLINE CLASS - For information on what is required of you when taking an online course visit www.glendale.edu/online or go to the Distance Education pages in the printed schedule. This course has one in-person class session on Friday 9/4 from 4:30-5:30pm in room SN101. All remaining course work is online. Students should possess computer skills and have access to the Internet, either from home or from the computer labs on campus. Students must read student e-mail one day prior to the start of the term. *Failure to read e-mail and attend in-person orientation could result in a permanent drop from the class.
3940 0000-0000ONLINEERFURT , BARBARA-
[ 3.0 hrs online]
3940 Note: ONLINE CLASS - For information on what is required of you when taking an online course visit www.glendale.edu/online or go to the Distance Education pages in the printed schedule. This course has one in-person class session on Friday 9/4 from 12:30-1:30pm in room SN101. All remaining course work is online. Students should possess computer skills and have access to the Internet, either from home or from the computer labs on campus. Students must read student e-mail one day prior to the start of the term. *Failure to read e-mail and attend in-person orientation could result in a permanent drop from the class.

 
HLTH 128 - 3.00 - NUTRITION FOR PHYSICAL FITNESS AND DISEASE PREVENTION
Description: HLTH 128 Health 128 examines the relationship between nutrition, physical fitness and disease risk in various populations. The impact of food choices on body physiology is explored as it pertains to disease risk and exercise performance. The process of metabolism as a means toward energy production for physical activity and weight management is discussed. Other topics covered include specifics of nutrition labeling, eating disorders, body composition, fitness guidelines, and ergogenic aids. Transfer Credit: CSU, UC, USC
Recommended preparation: BIOL 115 or equivalent.
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1727 0000-0000ONLINEERFURT , BARBARACLOSED
[ 3.0 hrs online]
1727 Note: ONLINE CLASS - For information on what is required of you when taking an online course visit www.glendale.edu/online or go to the Distance Education pages in the printed schedule. This course has one in-person class session on Friday 9/4 from 5:45-6:45pm in room SN101. All remaining course work is online. Students should possess computer skills and have access to the Internet, either from home or from the computer labs on campus. Students must read student e-mail one day prior to the start of the term. *Failure to read e-mail and attend in-person orientation could result in a permanent drop from the class.

 
KIN 146 - 2.00 - ADVANCED BASEBALL THEORY
Description: KIN 146 Kinesiology 146 covers advanced theory and strategies used in the sport of baseball. Note: Kinesiology 146 is recommended for Kinesiology majors and students planning to participate in varsity baseball for a second year. Transfer Credit: CSU, UC, USC
Prerequisite: Kinesiology 144.
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1719 0000-0000ONLINECICUTO , CHRISTOPHER-
[ 2.0 hrs online]
1719 Note: ONLINE CLASS - For information on what is required of you when taking an online course visit www.glendale.edu/online or go to the Distance Education pages in the printed schedule. Contact Coach Cicuto at 818-240-1000 ext. 5693 for first meeting. Student must access their GCC E-Mail before attending this class. Student will be required to access Moodle from the Glendale College Website. Should you decide to drop this class, you must drop it before Sept 12th. Should you drop this course after the Sept. 12th, you will receive a ‘W.

 
MOA 181 - 3.00 - MEDICAL OFFICE TERMINOLOGY
Description: MOA 181 Medical Office Administration 181 is designed for the student interested in an office position in the health sciences as a health technician, medical receptionist, medical biller/coder, or medical secretary. A comprehensive overview of each body system's common medical terms is emphasized. In addition, anatomy, physiology, and disease processes for each are discussed. Note: This course may not be taken for credit by students who have completed MOA 182
Recommended preparation: Eligibility for ENGL 120 or ESL 151.
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1260 0000-0000ONLINEPERERA , SONALICLOSED
[ 3.0 hrs online]
1260 Note: ONLINE CLASS - For information on what is required of you when taking an online course visit www.glendale.edu/online or go to the Distance Education pages in the printed schedule. Students should possess basic computer skills and have access to the Internet, either from home or from the computer labs on campus. Mandatory Orientation, Monday, 8/31, 4:30-6:30pm in SR313. Midterm, Monday, 10/19, 4:30-6:45pm in SR313. Final exam, Monday, 12/14, 4:30-6:46pm in SR313. The instructor can be reached at sperera@glendale.edu. This online course requires weekly online access, participation, and communication.

 
MUSIC 101 - 3.00 - MUSIC FUNDAMENTALS
Description: MUSIC 101 Music 101 is an introductory course designed to provide students with a basic knowledge of the fundamentals of tonal music and music notation. It incorporates the concepts of pitch, rhythm and meter, intervals, diatonic scales, Major and minor keys, triads and inversions, and beginning harmonic analysis. Students learn to notate these elements in bass and treble clefs, and to relate these elements to the piano keyboard. Development of skill in handwritten notation is expected. Transfer Credit: CSU, UC, USC
Prerequisite: None.
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2837 0000-0000ONLINECARD , P. CATHERINECLOSED
[ 3.0 hrs online]
2837 Note: ONLINE CLASS - For information on what is required of you when taking an online course visit www.glendale.edu/online or go to the Distance Education pages in the printed schedule.
3093 0000-0000ONLINEWACHS , MICHAELCLOSED
[ 3.0 hrs online]
3093 Note: ONLINE CLASS - For information on what is required of you when taking an online course visit www.glendale.edu/online or go to the Distance Education pages in the printed schedule.
3227 0000-0000ONLINEDELTO , BYRON-
[ 3.0 hrs online]
3227 Note: ONLINE CLASS - For information on what is required of you when taking an online course visit www.glendale.edu/online or go to the Distance Education pages in the printed schedule.
3239 0000-0000ONLINEDELTO , BYRON-
[ 3.0 hrs online]
3239 Note: ONLINE CLASS - For information on what is required of you when taking an online course visit www.glendale.edu/online or go to the Distance Education pages in the printed schedule.

 
MUSIC 120 - 3.00 - MUSIC APPRECIATION
Description: MUSIC 120 Music 120 traces the evolution of music over the past 1500 years, with a special emphasis on understanding how to listen for greater enjoyment. Students learn the basic elements of music, such as form and structure, families and subgroups of musical instruments, as well as learning about specific composers and works. Note: This course may not be taken for credit by students who have completed Music 125 or 126. This course is designed especially for non-music majors. Music majors should enroll in Music 125 and 126. The student is required to attend five (5) classical concerts and submit concert reports. Transfer Credit: CSU, UC, USC
Prerequisite: None.
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2844 0000-0000ONLINESTERN , THEODORE-
[ 3.0 hrs online]
2844 Note: ONLINE CLASS - For information on what is required of you when taking an online course visit www.glendale.edu/online or go to the Distance Education pages in the printed schedule.
2847 0000-0000ONLINENEWTON , GREGORY PAULCLOSED
[ 3.0 hrs online]
2847 Note: ONLINE CLASS - For information on what is required of you when taking an online course visit www.glendale.edu/online or go to the Distance Education pages in the printed schedule.
3103 0000-0000ONLINENEWTON , GREGORY PAUL-
[ 3.0 hrs online]
3103 Note: ONLINE CLASS - For information on what is required of you when taking an online course visit www.glendale.edu/online or go to the Distance Education pages in the printed schedule.

 
MUSIC 127 - 3.00 - WORLD MUSIC
Description: MUSIC 127 Music 127 is designed to provide non-majors with a broader understanding of the multicultural world community. Students are introduced to non-western music as it occurs in Africa, the Middle East and Asia. Musical expression is viewed as an outgrowth of diverse cultural needs. Transfer Credit: CSU, UC, USC
Prerequisite: None.
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2851 0000-0000ONLINERAULERSON , GRAHAMCLOSED
[ 3.0 hrs online]
2851 Note: ONLINE CLASS - For information on what is required of you when taking an online course visit www.glendale.edu/online or go to the Distance Education pages in the printed schedule.
3228 0000-0000ONLINERAULERSON , GRAHAM-
[ 3.0 hrs online]
3228 Note: ONLINE CLASS - For information on what is required of you when taking an online course visit www.glendale.edu/online or go to the Distance Education pages in the printed schedule.

 
RE 120 - 3.00 - REAL ESTATE PRACTICE
Description: RE 120 Real Estate 120 covers the day-to-day operations from the viewpoint of the real estate salesperson. The topics covered include: listing, prospecting, advertising, financing, sales techniques, escrow, and ethics. This course applies toward the State of California's educational requirement for the salesperson's and broker's examination. Transfer Credit: CSU
Prerequisite: None.
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1197 0000-0000ONLINEHUBER , WALTERCLOSED
[ 9.0 hrs online]
(Non-Standard Start/Stop Date(s): 10/05/2015 - 11/07/2015)
1197 Note: ONLINE CLASS - For information on what is required of you when taking an online course visit www.glendale.edu/online or go to the Distance Education pages in the printed schedule. 2nd 5 wk* - Students should possess basic computer skills and have access to the Internet, either from home or from computer labs on campus. Mandatory Orientation TBA. Final exam, TBA. The instructor can be reached at 818-240-1000, Ext. 5477, or whuber@glendale.edu or ctaber@glendale.edu . We offer a "trio" - this is one of the 3 classes for licensing.

 
RE 130 - 3.00 - REAL ESTATE ECONOMICS
Description: RE 130 Real Estate 130 is an economic history of contemporary real estate and chronicles the events and economic trends influencing real estate values (appraisal). It offers an analysis of the interrelationship between the cost and value of real estate on a local and national level. This course meets the requirements for the appraisal subject matter electives of the 2008 Appraisal Qualifications Board of the Appraisal Foundation and fulfills the statutory pre-licensing requirements of the California Department of Real Estate for salespersons and brokers. Transfer Credit: CSU
Prerequisite: None.
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1218 0000-0000ONLINEHUBER , WALTERCLOSED
[ 9.0 hrs online]
(Non-Standard Start/Stop Date(s): 10/05/2015 - 11/07/2015)
1218 Note: ONLINE CLASS - For information on what is required of you when taking an online course visit www.glendale.edu/online or go to the Distance Education pages in the printed schedule. 2nd 5-wk*. Students should possess basic computer skills and have access to the Internet, either from home or from computer labs on campus. Mandatory Orientation Wednesday, 10/7 4:00-6:00pm SG 138. Final exam, Wednesday, 11/04, 4-6:30pm SG 138. The instructor can be reached at 818-240-1000, Ext. 5477, or whuber@glendale.edu or ctaber@glendale.edu . This online course requires weekly online access, participation, and communication. We offer a "trio"- this is one of the 3 classes for licensing.

 
RE 190 - 3.00 - PROPERTY MANAGEMENT
Description: RE 190 Real Estate 190 is a basic course in the management of income properties which analyzes specific types of properties that are managed, formulates and discusses the major problems of leasing, collections, rent schedules, tenant selection, neighborhood analysis, purchasing, evictions, preventive maintenance, depreciation, record keeping, and economics of property, and compiles a set of procedures for practical utilization in property management. Transfer Credit: CSU
Prerequisite: None.
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1256 0000-0000ONLINEHUBER , WALTERCLOSED
[ 9.0 hrs online]
(Non-Standard Start/Stop Date(s): 08/31/2015 - 10/03/2015)
1256 Note: ONLINE CLASS - For information on what is required of you when taking an online course visit www.glendale.edu/online or go to the Distance Education pages in the printed schedule. 1st 5-wk* beginning 9/02 and ending 9/30/15. Students should possess basic computer skills and have access to the Internet, either from home or from computer labs on campus. Mandatory Orientation Wednesday, 9/02, 4-5:30pm in SG138. Final exam, Wednesday, 9/30, 4:00-6:30pm in SG138. The instructor can be reached at 818-240-1000, Ext. 5477, or whuber@glendale.edu or ctaber@glendale.edu . This online course requires weekly online access, participation, and communication. We offer a "trio" - this is one of the 3 classes for licensing.

 
SPCH 100 - 3.00 - INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION
Description: SPCH 100 Speech 100 is an introductory course focusing on human communication between two people. Through their reading of research-based theories and principles of interpersonal communication, verbal and nonverbal communication exercises, and class discussions regarding personal identities and ethical conduct, students learn to identify and understand factors affecting interpersonal communication in personal and professional contexts. The course focuses on self-discovery and developing skills in the areas of language, listening, assertiveness, conflict management, nonverbal behaviors, group problem solving, and cross cultural communication. Students discover and identify the factors that influence communication behavior, and the establishment and maintenance of meaningful and necessary relationships. Transfer Credit: CSU, UC, USC
Recommended preparation: Eligibility for ENGL 101. ESL students should complete ESL 155.
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1842 0000-0000ONLINESMITH , NICHOLASCLOSED
[ 3.0 hrs online]
1842 Note: ONLINE CLASS - For information on what is required of you when taking an online course visit www.glendale.edu/online or go to the Distance Education pages in the printed schedule. Students should possess basic computer skills and have access to the Internet, either from home or from the computer labs on campus. *Mandatory Orientation: Friday, September 4, 1:00-4PM in AD205. The instructor can be reached at nsmith@glendale.edu. PLEASE NOTE: Failure to attend this orientation meeting WILL result in a permanent drop from the class, even if you have attended one of my other online classes. No exceptions!




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