2nd Session of Nine Week Classes Now Enrolling

Looking to take a class on anything from food and wine pairing to Spanish? Enroll in our 2nd session of 9 week classes, with most classes beginning this April!

Looking to indulge an interest or add some extra units to your course schedule? Or just looking to take a class for fun? WHCL's 2nd session of 9-week long classes is now enrolling, with most classes starting this April! Sign up today for classes on everything from psychology to food and wine pairings! Many are offered online or on weekends or evenings. 

ART-42-L05 (Art Appreciation)

Lemoore Campus , Spring 2018
4/20/2018 - 5/25/2018 
F 6:00 PM - 8:50 PM; S 9:00 AM - 2:50 PM 
Lecture Web Enhanced, Lecture Web Enhanced 
D. Roosevelt

Art 042 provides a general introduction to art that offers a look at works of art through the study of theory, terminology, design principles, media, techniques, with an introduction to the visual arts across time and diverse cultures. No art background is necessary. Successful completion of English 51A (Introduction to Communication Skills), or equivalent is strongly recommended. Advisory(s): ENG 051A

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CUL-002-L01 (Food & Wine Pairing)

Lemoore Campus , Spring 2018
3/21/2018 - 5/25/2018 
W F 5:00 PM - 6:50 PM; W F 7:00 AM - 10:00 PM 
Lecture Web Enhanced, Lab Web Enhanced 

CUL 2 provides students with a clear understanding of the direct and interacting effects of food and wine elements. It presents how these characteristics counteract and complement each other. Students will develop the skills necessary to identify the key elements in food or wine that directly impact matching of food and wine based on contrast or similarities. They will then be able to predict excellent food and wine pairings. Advisory(s): CUL 50 or equivalent

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FLSPN-001-L03 (Intro Spanish for Non-Native Speakers)

Lemoore Campus , Spring 2018
3/24/2018 - 5/19/2018 
S 8:00 AM - 3:50 PM 
Lecture Web Enhanced 

FLSPN 1 is an introductory course that teaches beginning language acquisition in a cultural context through listening, speaking, reading and writing. The students will interact with authentic language in cultural context.

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HIST-017A-L06 (History of the U.S. 1492-1877)

Online Lemoore , Spring 2018
3/19/2018 - 5/25/2018 
null 
Lecture Via Online Media 
E. Callahan

HIST 17A is a historical survey of the European colonization of North America and the United States through Reconstruction. Prerequisite(s): Eng 51A or equivalent

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HIST-17B-L03 (History of U.S. 1865-PRESENT)

Online Lemoore , Spring 2018
3/19/2018 - 5/25/2018 
null 
Lecture Via Online Media 
E. Callahan
This is an Open Educational Resource (OER) course. No textbook purchase is required. The free, no cost educational materials in this course may include modules, textbooks, videos, software, and other tools and resources. Computer and Internet access are required and accessible in the Learning Resource Center on campus if needed. 

HIST 17B is a historical survey of the United States from the end of the Civil War to the present. Prerequisite(s): Successful completion of ENG 51A or equivalent.

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POLSCI-001-L09 (American Government)

Online Lemoore , Spring 2018
3/19/2018 - 5/25/2018 
null 
Lecture Via Online Media 
S. Cha

Political Science 1 is an introductory study of American government at the national, state and local level. Included are the institutions, processes and policies of the United States and of California. This course satisfies, in part, the American history and institutions requirements for CSU. (AA, CSU, UC)

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HRCM-062A-L01 (Career Success and Job Retention Skills)

Lemoore Campus , Spring 2018
3/19/2018 - 4/2/2018 
M 5:00 PM - 10:20 PM 
Lecture Web Enhanced 

Hotel, Restaurant and Casino Management 62A focuses on the necessary steps to a successful job search, including finding job sources, how to apply, how to accurately complete the application, how to develop and use a resume, how to prepare for the interview, how to make a positive first impression and dealing with rejection. It also covers techniques for meeting employer expectations and growing on the job. Topics include understanding the work culture, effective human relation skills, developing a positive attitude, being a team player and time management. This course may be used as credit for either Hotel, Restaurant and Casino Management or Business but not for both. (AA)

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HRCM-062B-L01 (Workplace Communication Skills)

Lemoore Campus , Spring 2018
4/9/2018 - 4/16/2018 
M 5:00 PM - 10:20 PM 
Lecture Web Enhanced 

Hotel, Restaurant and Casino Management 62B focuses on the importance of effective communication in the workplace. Topics include discussion on the four components essential to communication (sender, medium, message and receiver), barriers to effective communication, and techniques for avoiding barriers, as well as skills in developing effective telephone communications. This course may be used as credit for either Hotel, Restaurant and Casino Management or Business but not for both. (AA)

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HRCM-062C-L01 (Build Confidence & Learn to Work with the Public)

Lemoore Campus , Spring 2018
4/23/2018 - 4/30/2018 
M 5:00 PM - 10:20 PM 
Lecture Web Enhanced 

Hotel, Restaurant and Casino Management 62C focuses on strategies for dealing with the public. Topics include building confidence, managing stress, anger management and dealing with disappointed, demanding or disruptive guests or customers. This course may be used as credit for either Hotel, Restaurant and Casino Management or Business but not for both. (AA)

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HRCM-062D-L01 (Guest Relations & Customer Service)

Lemoore Campus , Spring 2018
5/7/2018 - 5/14/2018 
M 5:00 PM - 10:20 PM 
Lecture Web Enhanced 

 

Hotel, Restaurant and Casino Management 62D analyzes the basic concepts and current trends in the hospitality and customer service industries. The skills necessary to achieve quality guest and customer service are stressed, as well as the following topics: guest/customer expectations, guest/customer satisfaction, guest/ customer dissatisfaction, meeting guest/customer needs, guest/customer retention and creating a guest/customer service system. This course may be used as credit for either Hotel, Restaurant and Casino Management or Business but not for both. (AA)

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MUS-042-L06 (Music Appreciation)

Online Lemoore , Spring 2018
3/19/2018 - 5/25/2018 
null 
Lecture Via Online Media 
L. Butts

MUS 42 is designed as a survey of art music in western civilization. Topics include, but are not limited to elements of music, basic musical forms, music periods, styles, and the role of music and musicians in the world. Advisory(s): ENG 51A

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PSYCH-001-L07 (Introductory Psychology)

Online Lemoore , Spring 2018
3/19/2018 - 5/25/2018 
null 
Lecture Via Online Media 

PSYCH 1 is the scientific study of behavior and mental processes. The content focuses on the exploration of major psychological theories and concepts, methods, and research findings in psychology. Topics include the biological bases of behavior, perception, cognition and consciousness, learning, memory, emotion, motivation, development, personality, social psychology, psychological disorders and therapeutic approaches, and applied psychology.

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RM-066-L01 (Event Planning/Special Event Tourism)

Lemoore Campus , Spring 2018
3/20/2018 - 5/24/2018 
T TH 6:00 PM - 8:50 PM 
Lecture Web Enhanced 

RM 66 is a comprehensive study of event planning and special event tourism. This course provides instruction in the stages of successful event development, scheduling and organizational elements, catering, marketing, legal requirements, and risk management as well as instruction in the history of tourism, motivation for tourism, and tourism as it applies to special event venues. Advisory(s): CUL 50

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SOC-001-L07 (Introduction to Sociology)

Online Lemoore , Spring 2018
3/19/2018 - 5/25/2018 
null 
Lecture Via Online Media 

SOC 1 is an introduction to the sociological concepts and theoretical perspectives of sociology and their application to the fundamental problems of social life. The course includes an overview of sociological explanations, methods, and findings in social structure, group dynamics, socialization, social stratification culture, social change, and global dynamics. Advisory(s): ENG 51A or equivalent.

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AOJ-50B-L01

Lemoore Campus , Spring 2018
3/24/2018 - 5/19/2018
S 8:00 AM - 10:50 AM
Lab Web Enhanced
L. Orth

DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE CLEARANCE LETTER IS REQUIRED PRIOR TO ATTENDING THIS COURSE. THIS IS ACHIEVED BY COMPLETING A LIVE SCAN APPLICATION. Live scan should be completed by the student 3+ weeks prior to the class, due to DOJ's review and returned of their clearance letters. DOJ can take up to 3+ weeks for the background and clearance letter. For more information regarding live scan clearance and DOJ Clearance , please email debbierose@whcced.edu or see Debbie at Ed Services, in the Admin Building Per POST regulations, students must be in attendance at the first session of the class and all sessions following in order to meet POST requirements. Students whom do not, will not be allowed to add the class.   

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AOJ-7-L01 (Legal Aspects of Correction)

Lemoore Campus , Spring 2018
3/19/2018 - 5/21/2018
M 4:00 PM - 6:50 PM
Lecture Web Enhanced, Hybrid Lecture
D. Snell

This course is part of the CTE Academy: Corrections certificate of achievement which prepares students for the correctional rehabiliational field. Co-enrollment in AOJ 6-L01 and COM 1-L10 is required.

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ATHL-015-L01 (Fundamentals of Women's Soccer)

Lemoore Campus , Spring 2018
3/19/2018 - 5/23/2018
M W 1:00 PM - 1:20 PM; M W 1:30 PM - 2:50 PM
Lecture Web Enhanced, Lab Web Enhanced
J. Gillette

ATHL 015 is designed to provide instruction and practice in the fundamentals of soccer including dribbling, passing, shooting, defense, etc. The course also includes instruction on how to improve skills necessary for students to participate in recreational of soccer.

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ATHL-14-L01 (Fundamentals of Men's Soccer)

Lemoore Campus , Spring 2018
3/19/2018 - 5/24/2018
T TH 1:30 PM - 1:45 PM; T TH 2:00 PM - 3:15 PM
Lecture Web Enhanced, Lab Web Enhanced
A. Fortune

ATHL 014 is designed to provide instruction and practice in the fundamentals of soccer including dribbling, passing, shooting, defense, etc. The course also includes instruction on how to improve skills necessary for students to participate in recreational of soccer.

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ATHL-9-L01 (Fundamentals of Men's Wrestlin)

Lemoore Campus , Spring 2018
3/19/2018 - 5/23/2018
M 5:00 PM - 5:15 PM; M W 5:30 PM - 6:20 PM
Lecture Web Enhanced, Lab Web Enhanced
M. Botelho

ATHL 009 is designed to provide instruction and practice in the fundamentals of wrestling including takedowns, escapes, reversals, pinning combinations, riding, defensive skills, and knowledge of and interpretation of the official rules of wrestling.

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BUS-13B-L01 (Words for Windows II)

Lemoore Campus , Spring 2018
3/19/2018 - 5/23/2018
M W 1:00 PM - 1:50 PM; M W 2:00 PM - 3:15 PM
Lecture Web Enhanced, Lab Web Enhanced
B. Kron

Students are taught advanced features of Word for Windows. The course is designed for office personnel using Microsoft Word on the job. This course, along with Word for Windows I, is required for the Office Technology major.(AA, CSU) Advisory: Ability to type 35nwpm.

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CD-17C-L01 (Single Parenting)

Lemoore Campus , Spring 2018
4/17/2018 - 5/22/2018
T 4:00 PM - 6:50 PM
Lecture And/Or Discussion
C. Cleveland

CD 017C is designed for single parents and for teachers working with single parents. Information in this course will include the effects of divorce on children, child custody issues, and the family dynamics of the single parent family. (AA, CSU) Advisory(s:ENG 051A

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CIS-15X-L04 (Occupational Work Experience)

Lemoore Campus , Spring 2018
3/19/2018 - 5/25/2018
M 4:30 PM - 5:20 PM
Work Experience
A. Babb

Cooperative Work Experience Education (CWEE) develops skills and knowledge by integrating classroom study with planned, supervised work experience. It is based on the principle that well-educated individuals develop most effectively through an educational plan that incorporated work experience. Through these structured experiences, the students enrich their college studies, which enhance their total development. Occupational Work Experience is supervised employment which is intendend to asit students in acquiring desirable work habits, attitudes, and career awareness in the field of the student's major. Students may earn up to 8 units per semester for a maximum of 16 total units. Credits are awarded for paid or voluntary work. For every 75 hours of paid work completed within the semester, 1 unit or credit is awarded. For every 60 hours of volunteer work completeted within the semester, 1 unit of credit is awarded. Occupational Work Experience credits are counted as electives toward an Associate's Degree at West Hills College Lemoore and are transferable to four year universities (for specific transfer elibility, please contact a counselor or an advisor).

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CIS-2D-L01 (Intro to Programming Concepts)

Lemoore Campus , Spring 2018
3/20/2018 - 5/24/2018
T TH 6:00 PM - 8:50 PM
Lecture Web Enhanced
D. Rengh

This section is part of a CTE Acadmy: Programming and arequires co-enrollment in CIS 2C L01. For more information contact David-Michael Rengh at davidrengh@whccd.edu

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CIS-5D-L01 (System & Network Administration)

Lemoore Campus , Spring 2018
3/19/2018 - 5/23/2018
M W 5:30 PM - 8:20 PM
Lecture Web Enhanced
R. Bossarte

This course is part of the CTE Academy: Networking that requires co-enrollment in a series of classes that lead to a Certificate of Achievement in networking and prepares students for a career in the IT/Networking field. For questions regarding the academy please e-mail Bobby Bossarte at robertbossarte@whccd.edu. #OpenSeats

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COM-2-L01 (Oral Interpretation of Literat)

Lemoore Campus , Spring 2018
3/19/2018 - 5/23/2018
M W 1:00 PM - 2:20 PM; F 1:00 PM - 3:50 PM
Lecture Web Enhanced, Lecture Web Enhanced

COM 002 provides an introduction to performance studies and an analysis, appreciation, and application of theories of interpretive performances of various forms of literature including poetry, prose, and drama (plays, scripts and screenplays). CID COM 170

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CUL-002-L01 (Food & Wine Pairing)

Lemoore Campus , Spring 2018
3/21/2018 - 5/25/2018
W F 5:00 PM - 6:50 PM; W F 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Lecture Web Enhanced, Lab Web Enhanced
D. Beeler

CUL 2 provides students with a clear understanding of the direct and interacting effects of food and wine elements. It presents how these characteristics counteract and complement each other. Students will develop the skills necessary to identify the key elements in food or wine that directly impact matching of food and wine based on contrast or similarities. They will then be able to predict excellent food and wine pairings. Advisory(s): CUL 50 or equivalent

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CUL-61-L01 (Kitchen Management)

Lemoore Campus , Spring 2018
3/19/2018 - 5/23/2018
M W 2:00 PM - 4:50 PM
Lecture Web Enhanced
C. Raia

CUL 61 develops the skills used to manage a commercial kitchen. Students will write menus and develop recipes, establish portion sizes and recipes costs, and price the menu items. Students will learn to base production plans on sales forecasts, staff kitchen accordingly, establish policies, standards, and procedures regarding production. Staff issues, facility/equipment maintenance, and kitchen cleanliness will also be emphasized. Advisory(s): CUL 50

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ENG-051A-L05 (Intro. to Communication Skills)

Lemoore Campus , Spring 2018
3/20/2018 - 5/24/2018
T TH 8:00 AM - 9:15 AM
Lecture Web Enhanced, Hybrid Lecture
C. Tidwell

English 51A provides instruction for students who do not make a satisfactory score on an English placement test for English 1A. This course aids students in developing the necessary skills and experiences to make them effective readers, writers, and speakers. The course provides practice in reading, in writing essays of 500 words or more, and in verbal communication.

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FLSPN-001-L03 (Intro Span for Non-Native Spea)

Lemoore Campus , Spring 2018
3/24/2018 - 5/19/2018
S 8:00 AM - 3:50 PM
Lecture Web Enhanced
A. Moreno

FLSPN 1 is an introductory course that teaches beginning language acquisition in a cultural context through listening, speaking, reading and writing. The students will interact with authentic language in cultural context.

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GEOG-11-L01 (Death Valley Geog Field Course)

Lemoore Campus , Spring 2018
3/26/2018 - 3/30/2018
null
Lecture Web Enhanced, Lab Web Enhanced
R. Hall

GEOG 11 is a one-unit Geography field course with a focus on the Trans-Sierra region, specifically the Mojave Desert and Death Valley. Students will observe and analyze the physical and cultural patterns and process including landforms, weather, geology, biology, and history of the regions.

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GEOG-16-L01 (Regional Field Studies)

Lemoore Campus , Spring 2018
2/17/2018 - 2/19/2018
null
Lecture And/Or Discussion, Laboratory/Studio/Activity
R. Hall

GEOG 16 provides the opportunity for students to conduct field studies of the geography of selected regions. Physical and cultural processes, characteristics and landscapes will be observed and analyzed. Specific content will vary by geographic region.

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HIST-17A-L05 (History of the U.S. 1492-1877)

Lemoore Campus , Spring 2018
4/20/2018 - 5/25/2018
F 6:00 PM - 8:50 PM; S 9:00 AM - 2:50 PM
Lecture Web Enhanced, Lecture Web Enhanced
W. Krend

This is an Open Educational Resource (OER) course. No textbook purchase is required. The free, no cost educational materials in this course may include modules, textbooks, videos, software, and other tools and resources. Computer and Internet access are required and accessible in the Learning Resource Center on campus if needed.

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HIST-17B-L01 (History of U.S. 1865-PRESENT)

Lemoore Campus , Spring 2018
3/20/2018 - 5/24/2018
T TH 1:00 PM - 3:50 PM
Lecture Web Enhanced
R. Paredes

This is an Open Educational Resource (OER) course. No textbook purchase is required. The free, no cost educational materials in this course may include modules, textbooks, videos, software, and other tools and resources. Computer and Internet access are required and accessible in the Learning Resource Center on campus if needed.

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HM-63-L01 (Housekeeping Management)

Lemoore Campus , Spring 2018
3/23/2018 - 5/25/2018
F 8:00 AM - 1:50 PM
Lecture Web Enhanced
S. Rodriguez

HM 63 is an introductory course in hotel housekeeping management. This course provides instruction in the administrative, managerial, professional and technical skills and duties related to the executive housekeeping position. This course explores the three key areas of expertise required of an executive housekeeper: management of resources, administration of assets and knowledge of housekeeping technical operations. The course content will include a historical prospective of the lodging industry, application management concepts, interdepartmental communication procedures, structural planning of the housekeeping department, staffing requirements, inventory and equipment requirements, housekeeping equipment and supplies, linen management, laundry room management, cleaning functions, human resource management, administrative controls and risk and environmental management. (AA) Advisory: Strongly Recommended Preparation of ENG 101B and Math 101 or equivalent.

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HRCM-062A-L01 (Career Success&job Ret Skills)

Lemoore Campus , Spring 2018
3/19/2018 - 4/2/2018
M 5:00 PM - 10:20 PM
Lecture Web Enhanced
C. Anastasi

Hotel, Restaurant and Casino Management 62A focuses on the necessary steps to a successful job search, including finding job sources, how to apply, how to accurately complete the application, how to develop and use a resume, how to prepare for the interview, how to make a positive first impression and dealing with rejection. It also covers techniques for meeting employer expectations and growing on the job. Topics include understanding the work culture, effective human relation skills, developing a positive attitude, being a team player and time management. This course may be used as credit for either Hotel, Restaurant and Casino Management or Business but not for both. (AA)

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HRCM-062B-L01 (Workplace Communication Skills)

Lemoore Campus , Spring 2018
4/9/2018 - 4/16/2018
M 5:00 PM - 10:20 PM
Lecture Web Enhanced
C. Anastasi

Hotel, Restaurant and Casino Management 62B focuses on the importance of effective communication in the workplace. Topics include discussion on the four components essential to communication (sender, medium, message and receiver), barriers to effective communication, and techniques for avoiding barriers, as well as skills in developing effective telephone communications. This course may be used as credit for either Hotel, Restaurant and Casino Management or Business but not for both. (AA)

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HRCM-062C-L01 (Build Confidence & Working Pub)

Lemoore Campus , Spring 2018
4/23/2018 - 4/30/2018
M 5:00 PM - 10:20 PM
Lecture Web Enhanced
C. Anastasi

Hotel, Restaurant and Casino Management 62C focuses on strategies for dealing with the public. Topics include building confidence, managing stress, anger management and dealing with disappointed, demanding or disruptive guests or customers. This course may be used as credit for either Hotel, Restaurant and Casino Management or Business but not for both. (AA)

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HRCM-062D-L01 (Guest Rel & Customer Service)

Lemoore Campus , Spring 2018
5/7/2018 - 5/14/2018
M 5:00 PM - 10:20 PM
Lecture Web Enhanced
C. Anastasi

Hotel, Restaurant and Casino Management 62D analyzes the basic concepts and current trends in the hospitality and customer service industries. The skills necessary to achieve quality guest and customer service are stressed, as well as the following topics: guest/customer expectations, guest/customer satisfaction, guest/ customer dissatisfaction, meeting guest/customer needs, guest/customer retention and creating a guest/customer service system. This course may be used as credit for either Hotel, Restaurant and Casino Management or Business but not for both. (AA)

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HRCM-1-L01 (Introduction to Hospitality)

Lemoore Campus , Spring 2018
3/19/2018 - 5/23/2018
M W 8:00 AM - 10:50 AM
Lecture Web Enhanced
A. Babb

HRCM 1 is a fundamental overview of the hotel, restaurant, tourism, and casino segments of the hospitality industry. This course provides an overview of the operational sectors of the hospitality industry with an emphasis on organizational structures, departments, job classifications, and career paths. Lecture and discussion are enhanced by industry guest speakers and industry visits. Advisory(s): CUL 50

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HS-5-L01 (Medical Terminology)

Lemoore Campus , Spring 2018
3/20/2018 - 5/24/2018
T TH 9:30 AM - 12:20 PM
Lecture Web Enhanced
S. Mendoza

Health Science 5 is designed to give students an understanding of terminology used in the medical field. Students will learn to build medical terms by using prefixes, suffixes, roots and stems. Students will be taught to spell properly, pronounce medical terms and use common medical abbreviations. (AA, CSU) Advisory: Strongly Recommended Preparation of ENG 101B or equivalent.

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IS-002-L01 (Career Planning)

Lemoore Campus , Spring 2018
2/6/2018 - 5/22/2018
T 11:00 AM - 11:50 AM
Lecture Web Enhanced
E. Whitaker

IS 2 is an examination of the career development process including self-assessment, career exploration and decision-making. During this course, students will identify their interests, values, skills and personality type as they relate to career/life planning. Extensive use of internet resources will be required. (AA, CSU) Advisory: Strongly Recommended Preparation of ENG 101B or equivalent.

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IS-1-L02 (College Success)

Lemoore Campus , Spring 2018
3/20/2018 - 5/24/2018
T TH 8:00 AM - 9:15 AM
Lecture Web Enhanced, Hybrid Lecture
T. Gonzales, E. Whitaker

This is an Open Educational Resource (OER) course. No textbook purchase is required. The free, no cost educational materials in this course may include modules, textbooks, videos, software, and other tools and resources. Computer and Internet access are required and accessible in the Learning Resource Center on campus if needed.

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IS-55-L02 (Ensuring Successful Academic P)

Lemoore Campus , Spring 2018
3/20/2018 - 5/3/2018
T TH 8:00 AM - 9:15 AM
Lecture Web Enhanced
C. Moreno

IS 55 provides an overview of the institutional policies and procedures governing students as they relate to academic probation and dismissal. Students will focus on identifying strategies and resources that mitigate the common barriers to student success. This course is designed to empower students to accept responsibility and accountability to stay off academic probation, as well as apply skills and tools to promote educational success. (AA)

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MATH-25-L03 (Introduction to Statistics)

Lemoore Campus , Spring 2018
2/12/2018 - 5/23/2018
M W 7:00 PM - 8:50 PM
Lecture Web Enhanced
I. Valle Guerrero

Math 25 is an introduction to the use of probability techniques, hypothesis testing, and predictive techniques to facilitate decision-making. Topics include descriptive statistics; probability and sampling distributions; statistical inference; correlation and linear regression; analysis of variance, chi-square and t-tests, and application of technology for statistical analysis including the interpretation of the relevance of the statistical findings. Applications using data from disciplines including business, social sciences, psychology, life science, health science, and education.

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MM-051-L01 (Introduction to Manufacturing)

Lemoore Campus , Spring 2018
2/20/2018 - 2/21/2018
T W 5:30 PM - 10:00 PM
Lecture Web Enhanced
R. Gragnani

This course provides an introduction to careers in manufacturing. Topics include local job market, pay scales, and an introduction to basic mechanical skills required throughout the industrial areas. Safety and safe work environment will be stressed.

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MM-052A-L01 (Trade Mathematics)

Lemoore Campus , Spring 2018
2/22/2018 - 2/28/2018
M T W TH 5:30 PM - 10:00 PM
Lecture Web Enhanced
R. Gragnani

This course presents trade-related math and calculations. The use of metric system of weights and measures, arithmetic application of integers and fractions, along with ruler and caliper readings commonly used in manufacturing trades.

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MM-052B-L01 (Comp Fund for Maintenance Mech)

Lemoore Campus , Spring 2018
3/15/2018 - 3/22/2018
M T W TH 5:30 PM - 10:00 PM
Lab Web Enhanced
M. Millett

This course is an introduction to computers, their use, and basic use of popular software packages used in the agriculture maintenance mechanic industry.

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MM-052C-L01 (Job Preparation)

Lemoore Campus , Spring 2018
5/16/2018 - 5/24/2018
M T W TH 5:30 PM - 10:00 PM
Lab Web Enhanced
R. Gragnani

This course guides students in preparing resumes, portfolios, and improving employment-seeking skills for careers within the agricultural maintenance mechanic industry.

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MM-052D-L01 (Technical Report Writing)

Lemoore Campus , Spring 2018
4/25/2018 - 5/3/2018
M T W TH 5:30 PM - 10:00 PM
Lab Web Enhanced
R. Gragnani

This courses covers the basics of technical report writing as applied to the agricultural industry. Students will identify and write various types of reports, analyze data, and record information that are associated with production work.

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MM-053A-L01 (Fluid Power Fundamentals)

Lemoore Campus , Spring 2018
3/1/2018 - 3/5/2018
M TH 5:30 PM - 10:00 PM
Lecture Web Enhanced
R. Gragnani

This course is designed to provide the learner with knowledge and working skills needed in the areas of Fundamentals of Fluid Power,physics principles pertaining to Fluid Power, various differences in hydraulics and pneumatics, and characteristics of liquids and gases. This course will particularly focus on the origins of the fluid power industry.

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MM-053B-L01 (Pneumatic Fundamentals)

Lemoore Campus , Spring 2018
3/6/2018 - 3/14/2018
M T W TH 5:30 PM - 10:00 PM
Lab Web Enhanced
R. Gragnani

This course covers theory and application in the operation, service, and function of pneumatic systems. The design and application of systems in agricultural environments will be covered.

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MM-053C-L01 (Hydraulic Fundamentals)

Lemoore Campus , Spring 2018
4/2/2018 - 4/10/2018
M T W TH 5:30 PM - 10:00 PM
Lab Web Enhanced
R. Gragnani

This course covers theory and application in the operation, service and function of hydraulic systems. The design and application of systems in agricultural environments will be covered.

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MM-054A-L01 (Power Transmission)

Lemoore Campus , Spring 2018
4/11/2018 - 4/12/2018
W TH 5:30 PM - 10:00 PM
Lecture Web Enhanced
R. Gragnani

This is a course in the study and application of chains, belts, gear trains and augers.

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MM-054B-L01 (Welding Fundamentals)

Lemoore Campus , Spring 2018
5/7/2018 - 5/15/2018
M T W TH 5:30 PM - 10:00 PM
Lab Web Enhanced
R. Gragnani

This course covers basic metallurgy and properties of metals, oxyacetylene welding and cutting proceses, arc welding, and safety within the work.

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MM-054C-L01 (Electric Fundamentals)

Lemoore Campus , Spring 2018
4/16/2018 - 4/24/2018
M T W TH 5:30 PM - 10:00 PM
Lab Web Enhanced
R. Gragnani

This course introduces the basics of electrical funadamentals, AC circuitry, as well as an introduction to motor control and programmable logic controller concepts.

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PA-3-L02 (Film Appreciation)

Lemoore Campus , Spring 2018
3/2/2018 - 4/13/2018
F 6:00 PM - 8:50 PM; S 9:00 AM - 2:50 PM
Lecture Web Enhanced, Lecture Web Enhanced
S. Pereira

PA 3 looks at the cinema as a 20th century art form. Students will view historically and artistically significant films in class and learn how to analyze and critique them. Students will develop an understanding of the artistic and technical aspects of film, as well as the business and politics of the film industry.

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PE-2-L01 (Archery)

Lemoore Campus , Spring 2018
3/19/2018 - 5/25/2018
M 11:00 AM - 11:50 AM; W F 11:00 AM - 12:20 PM
Lecture Web Enhanced, Lab Web Enhanced
M. Unzueta

PE 2 is designed to provide students an opportunity to develop the basic skills in the sport of archery.

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PE-2-L02 (Archery)

Lemoore Campus , Spring 2018
3/19/2018 - 5/25/2018
M 1:00 PM - 1:50 PM; W F 1:00 PM - 2:15 PM
Lecture And/Or Discussion, Laboratory/Studio/Activity
M. Unzueta

PE 2 is designed to provide students an opportunity to develop the basic skills in the sport of archery.

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PE-25A-L01 (Introductory Soccer)

Lemoore Campus , Spring 2018
3/20/2018 - 5/24/2018
T TH 1:30 PM - 1:45 PM; T TH 2:00 PM - 3:15 PM
Lecture Web Enhanced, Lab Web Enhanced
A. Fortune

PE 25A is designed to teach basic running, throwing and passing skills and provide for team competition. This will also give students knowledge and practice in the offensive and defensive strategies involved in the game of soccer.

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PE-3-L01 (Badminton)

Lemoore Campus , Spring 2018
3/19/2018 - 5/23/2018
M W 9:00 AM - 9:15 AM; M W F 9:30 AM - 10:20 AM
Lecture Web Enhanced, Lab Web Enhanced
M. Unzueta

PE 3 is designed to provide students an opportunity to learn basic skills and knowledge of badminton.

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PE-32-L01 (Fundamentals of Basketball)

Lemoore Campus , Spring 2018
3/20/2018 - 5/24/2018
T W 2:45 PM - 3:35 PM; T W TH 3:45 PM - 5:00 PM
Lecture Web Enhanced, Lab Web Enhanced
A. Picchi

PE 32 is designed to provide instruction and practice in the fundamentals of basketball including dribbling, passing, shooting and rules, etc. The course also includes instruction on how to improve skills necessary for students to participate in recreational basketball. May be taken three times for credit.(AA, CSU, UC)

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POLSCI-1-L04 (American Government)

Lemoore Campus , Spring 2018
3/2/2018 - 4/7/2018
F 6:00 PM - 9:50 PM; S 9:00 AM - 2:50 PM
Lecture Web Enhanced, Lecture Web Enhanced
S. Cha

POLSCI 001 is an introduction t oUnited States and California government and politics, including their constitutions and processes, and political actors. exmination of political behavior, political issues, and public policy.(C-ID POLS 110)

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RM-066-L01 (Event Plan/Spcl Event Tourism)

Lemoore Campus , Spring 2018
3/20/2018 - 5/24/2018
T TH 6:00 PM - 8:50 PM
Lecture Web Enhanced
C. Raia

RM 66 is a comprehensive study of event planning and special event tourism. This course provides instruction in the stages of successful event development, scheduling and organizational elements, catering, marketing, legal requirements, and risk management as well as instruction in the history of tourism, motivation for tourism, and tourism as it applies to special event venues. Advisory(s): CUL 50

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RM-10-L01 (Intro to Food Service Op.)

Lemoore Campus , Spring 2018
3/20/2018 - 5/24/2018
T TH 3:00 PM - 5:50 PM
Lecture Web Enhanced
C. Raia

Restaurant Management 10 is an overview of the basic principles, procedures and fundamentals concepts relating to food service operations. This course emphasizes the history of food service operations from ancient to modern times, types of food service operations, food safety, menu planning, purchasing, receiving and inventory control, production and distribution systems, facility planning, marketing and human resource management. (AA, CSU) Advisory: Strongly Recommended Preparation of ENG 101B or equivalent.

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RM-11-L01 (Food and Beverage Service)

Lemoore Campus , Spring 2018
3/19/2018 - 5/23/2018
M W 11:00 AM - 1:50 PM
Lecture Web Enhanced
C. Raia

Restaurant Management 11 identifies the crucial elements involved in the successful operation of a food and beverage service and their relationships. This course emphasizes the management of marketing, operation, cost and design control, facilities and equipment requirements and product selection. In addition, this course provides special emphasis on staff training and development and legal for beverage sales. (AA, CSU) Advisory: Strongly Recommended Preparation of ENG 51A or equivalent.

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RM-63-L01 (Culinary Concepts)

Lemoore Campus , Spring 2018
3/20/2018 - 5/24/2018
T TH 9:00 AM - 10:50 AM; T TH 11:00 AM - 1:50 PM
Lecture Web Enhanced, Lab Web Enhanced
C. Raia

RM 63 is an overview of food history, nutrition, and classical culinary concepts. This course provides instruction in the history of foodstuff and the development of mankind, principles of nutrition in food preparation, and classical French culinary techniques, processes and methods. Special emphasis is placed on classical French cooking theories, the principles of Escoffier, classical French sauces, stocks, flavoring/seasoning techniques, and soups. The course covers meat, poultry, fish, and shellfish cooking techniques as well as vegetable, potatoes, and other starch preparation and cooking techniques. Advisory(s): CUL 50

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SOC-2-L02 (Critical Thinking/Social Prob)

Lemoore Campus , Spring 2018
3/2/2018 - 4/13/2018
F 6:00 PM - 8:50 PM; S 9:00 AM - 2:50 PM
Lecture Web Enhanced, Lecture Web Enhanced
V. Kennedy

SOC 2 explores major social problems experienced by society, with an exploration of the role of power in defining social problems, causes and consequences, theoretical perspectives, proposed solutions, and methods of interventions. The course focuses on the application of critical thinking skills to strengthen critical analysis and heighten social awareness. Prerequisite(s): ENG 51A or equivalent

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WE-15XX-L04 (General Work Experience)

Lemoore Campus , Spring 2018
3/21/2018 - 5/23/2018
W 12:00 PM - 12:50 PM
Work Experience
A. Babb

Cooperative Work Experience Education (CWEE) develops skills and knowledge by integrating classroom study with planned, supervised work experience. It is based on the principle that well-educated individuals develop most effectively through an educational plan that incorporates work experience. Through these structured experiences, the students enrich their college studies, which enhance their total development. General Work Experience is supervised employment which is intended to assist students in acquiring desirable work habits, attitudes, and career awareness. The work experience need not be related to the students' educational goals. Students may earn up to 6 units per semester for a maximum of 16 totals units. Credits are awarded for paid or voluntary work. For every 75 hours of paid work completed within the semester , 1 unit of credit is awarded. for every 60 hours of volunteer work complete within the semester, 1 unit of credit is awarded. General Work Experience credits are counted as electives toward an Associate's Degree at West Hills College Lemoore and are transferable to four year universities (for specific transfer eligibility, please contact a counselor or an advisor). General Work Experience may not be a payable class under VA benefits.

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POLSCI-1-N01 (American Government)

Naval Air Station Center , Spring 2018
4/5/2018 - 5/10/2018
TH 4:00 PM - 6:50 PM
Lecture Web Enhanced
D. Haines

This class is offered at the NAS Lemoore center on base. You will need to apply for a Rapid Gate pass to be able to get onto the base to take this class and must have your application in for a pass 6 weeks prior to the class starting. If you have questions please contact WHCL NAS Office at 559-925-3050.

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AOJ-1-L04 (Intro to Criminal Justice)

Online Lemoore , Spring 2018
3/19/2018 - 5/25/2018
null
Lecture Via Online Media
C. Crapo

AOJ 001 introduces students to the characteristics of the criminal justice system in the United States. Focus is placed on examining crime measurement, theoretical explanations of crime, responses to crime, components of the system, and current challenges to the system. The course examines the evolution of the principles and approaches utilized by the justice system and the evolving forces which have shaped those principals and approaches. Although justice structure and process is examined in a cross cultural context, emphasis is placed on the US justice system, particularly the structure and function of US police, courts, and corrections. Students are introduced to the origins and development of criminal law, legal process, and sentencing and incarceration policies.(AA, CSU, UC) Advisory(s): ENG 001A or equivalent

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AOJ-12-L01 (Written Criminal Justice Comm)

Online Lemoore , Spring 2018
3/19/2018 - 5/25/2018
null
Lecture Via Online Media
D. Jones

Administration of Justice 012 will cover ideas effectively in a simple, clear and logical manner in the various types of criminal justice systems reports, letters, memoranda, directives, and administrative reports. Emphasis is on law enforcement and correctional terminology, organization of information and use of English; practice experience in note taking and report writing using standard law enforcement and correction forms; presentation of testimony in court. (AA, CSU)

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AOJ-20-L02 (Criminal Law)

Online Lemoore , Spring 2018
3/19/2018 - 5/25/2018
null
Lecture Via Online Media
R. Stivers

AOJ 020 offers an analysis of the doctrines of classification of crimes against persons, property, morals, and public welfare. Special emphasis is placed on the classification of crime, the general elements of crime, the definitions of common and statutory law, and the nature of acceptable evidence. This course utilizes case law and case studies to introduce students to criminal law. The completion of this course offers a foundation upon which upper-division criminal justice course will build. The course will also include some limited discussion of prosecution and defense decision making, criminal culpability, and defenses to crimes. Prerequisite(s): AOJ 001 or equivalent Advisory(s): ENG 001A or equivalent

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AOJ-32-L01 (Juvenile Delinquency)

Online Lemoore , Spring 2018
3/19/2018 - 5/25/2018
null
Lecture Via Online Media
R. Stivers

AOJ 032 is an examination of the origin, development, and organization of the Juvenile Justice System as it evolved in the American Justice System. The course explores the theories that focuses on Juvenile Law, courts and processes, and the constitutional protections extended to juveniles administered in the American Justice System.

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ART-042-L06

Online Lemoore , Spring 2018
3/19/2018 - 5/25/2018
null
Lecture Via Online Media
R. Blevins

Art 042 provides a general introduction to art that offers a look at works of art through the study of theory, terminology, design principles, media, techniques, with an introduction to the visual arts across time and diverse cultures. No art background is necessary. Successful completion of English 51A (Introduction to Communication Skills), or equivalent is strongly recommended. Advisory(s): ENG 051A

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ART-42-L04 (Art Appreciation)

Online Lemoore , Spring 2018
3/19/2018 - 5/25/2018
null
Lecture Via Online Media
N. Rasenti

Art 042 provides a general introduction to art that offers a look at works of art through the study of theory, terminology, design principles, media, techniques, with an introduction to the visual arts across time and diverse cultures. No art background is necessary. Successful completion of English 51A (Introduction to Communication Skills), or equivalent is strongly recommended. Advisory(s): ENG 051A  

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BUS-20-L03 (Introduction to Business)

Online Lemoore , Spring 2018
3/19/2018 - 5/25/2018
null
Lecture Via Online Media
L. Kelly

Business 020 provides an introduction to basic business principles and is a foundation for more specialized study of business education. Topics such as organization, management and leadership, ownership, marketing, operations, human resources, the economic environment, and globalization are studied. Students who have a general education interest are welcome to enroll. (AA, CSU, UC) Advisory: Strongly Recommended Preparation of ENG 101B or equivalent.

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CIS-003-L01 (Web Development)

Online Lemoore , Spring 2018
3/19/2018 - 5/25/2018
null
Lecture Via Online Media
D. Rengh

CIS 003 is the capstone course for the Web Developer AA degree it emphasizes work on a substantial project. The intent of this course is to provide a capstone experience that integrates the materialcontained in required courses of the Web Development major. It also provides an opportunity for students to recognize and evaluate the interrelationship of their general education courses with the courses taken for their Web Development major. The Capstone will include discussion about professional and ethical issues related to the discipline of Web Development. Students will also culminate their experiences by taking an in-depth look into the evolution of the emerging discipline of Web Development. This course presents introductions to many of the basic concepts, issues and techniques related to designing, developing and deploying Web sites. During the course, students will learn about Web design, HTML, XHTML, basic JavaScript, Dynamic HTML, and Cascading Style Sheets (CSS). ADVISORY(S): Strongly suggested CIS-016 Internet Programming HTML, English 101B or equivalent, Math 101 or equivalent

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CIS-2F-L01 (Internet Server Side Scripting)

Online Lemoore , Spring 2018
3/19/2018 - 5/25/2018
null
Lecture Via Online Media
D. Rengh

CIS 002F focuses on interactivity in websites, introducing both client-side interactivity (using JavaScript) and server-side interactivity (using PHP). Dynamic generation of web pages from database tables is also covered. Finally, the course examines the maintenance and management of large websites (including CSS and XML) and issues in web security and privacy.(AA) Advisory(s): Strongly suggested CIS-002 Internet Programming HTML, English 101B or equivalent, Math 101 or equivalent

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CIS-2G-L01 (Introduction to E-Commerce)

Online Lemoore , Spring 2018
3/19/2018 - 5/25/2018
null
Lecture Via Online Media
D. Rengh

CIS 002G examines the implications of constantly changing technology for business practices and how e-commerce will affect decision support mechanisms. Topics include the global, economic and societal impact of international information/communication infrastructures, business practices which are emerging due to enabling technology, the effective use of technologies to solve business problems, and an exploration of recent technological developments and their potential uses in business. Consideration will be given to ethical concerns including privacy issues.

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ENG-1A-L11 (Composition and Reading)

Online Lemoore , Spring 2018
3/19/2018 - 5/25/2018
null
Lecture Via Online Media
L. Howard

This course uses an Open Educational Resource (OER) textbook which is a free, no cost educational resource. This section may require a novel to be purchased that will cost between $5-$20. Please contact your instructor for specific information regarding purchase of a novel. Computer and Internet access are required and accessible in the Learning Resource Center on campus if needed.

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ENG-1B-L07 (Literature/Crit Think&writing)

Online Lemoore , Spring 2018
3/19/2018 - 5/25/2018
null
Lecture Via Online Media
J. Shehorn

This is an Open Educational Resource (OER) course. No textbook purchase is required. The free, no cost educational materials in this course may include modules, textbooks, videos, software, and other tools and resources. Computer and Internet access are required and accessible in the Learning Resource Center on campus if needed.

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GEOL-3-L02 (Historical Geology)

Online Lemoore , Spring 2018
3/19/2018 - 5/25/2018
null
Lecture Via Online Media, Lab Via Online Media

GEOL 3 is an introduction to Earth's history and the life it supports with a laboratory. Subjects include geologic dating, plate tectonics, stratigraphy, fossils, biological evolution, the planet's origin and the processes that have influenced paleogeography during the past 4.6 billion years. Advisory(s): GEOL 1 or PHYSCI 1.

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HE-35-L10 (Personal Health and Hygiene)

Online Lemoore , Spring 2018
3/19/2018 - 5/25/2018
null
Lecture Via Online Media
R. Ragsdale

HE 35 is a contemporary course which will promote desirable health attitudes and practices. Topics considered will include: overall wellness, stress, psychological health, nutrition, fitness, sexuality, communicable diseases, cancer, drug and alcohol abuse, death and dying, and tobacco use. Advisory(s): ENG 101B or ENG 105B

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HIST-017A-L06 (History of the U.S. 1492-1877)

Online Lemoore , Spring 2018
3/19/2018 - 5/25/2018
null
Lecture Via Online Media
E. Callahan

HIST 17A is a historical survey of the European colonization of North America and the United States through Reconstruction. Prerequisite(s): Eng 51A or equivalent

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HIST-017B-L05 (History of U.S. 1865-PRESENT)

Online Lemoore , Spring 2018
3/19/2018 - 5/25/2018
null
Lecture Via Online Media
L. King

HIST 17B is a historical survey of the United States from the end of the Civil War to the present. Prerequisite(s): Successful completion of ENG 51A or equivalent.

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HIST-17B-L03 (History of U.S. 1865-PRESENT)

Online Lemoore , Spring 2018
3/19/2018 - 5/25/2018
null
Lecture Via Online Media
E. Callahan

This is an Open Educational Resource (OER) course. No textbook purchase is required. The free, no cost educational materials in this course may include modules, textbooks, videos, software, and other tools and resources. Computer and Internet access are required and accessible in the Learning Resource Center on campus if needed.

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HIST-20-L03 (World History I)

Online Lemoore , Spring 2018
3/19/2018 - 5/25/2018
null
Lecture Via Online Media
S. Clark

This is an Open Educational Resource (OER) course. No textbook purchase is required. The free, no cost educational materials in this course may include modules, textbooks, videos, software, and other tools and resources. Computer and Internet access are required and accessible in the Learning Resource Center on campus if needed.

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HUM-1-L05 (Intro to Western Culture)

Online Lemoore , Spring 2018
3/19/2018 - 5/25/2018
null
Lecture Via Online Media
C. Ma

HUM 1 introduces students to the cultural values of Western Civilization and surveys art, religion, literature, music, and philosophy with emphasis on representative great works.

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HUM-22-L05 (Intro to Comparative Religion)

Online Lemoore , Spring 2018
3/19/2018 - 5/25/2018
null
Lecture Via Online Media
B. Foreman

HUM 22 is a historical, developmental and comparative survey of the world's major religious traditions. Special emphasis is given to primal and ancient beliefs, Hinduism, Buddhism, the religions of China and Japan, as well as Judaism, Christianity and Islam.

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MATH-25-L07 (Introduction to Statistics)

Online Lemoore , Spring 2018
3/19/2018 - 5/25/2018
null
Lecture Via Online Media
I. Valle Guerrero

Math 25 is an introduction to the use of probability techniques, hypothesis testing, and predictive techniques to facilitate decision-making. Topics include descriptive statistics; probability and sampling distributions; statistical inference; correlation and linear regression; analysis of variance, chi-square and t-tests, and application of technology for statistical analysis including the interpretation of the relevance of the statistical findings. Applications using data from disciplines including business, social sciences, psychology, life science, health science, and education.

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MUS-042-L06 (Music Appreciation)

Online Lemoore , Spring 2018
3/19/2018 - 5/25/2018
null
Lecture Via Online Media
L. Butts

MUS 42 is designed as a survey of art music in western civilization. Topics include, but are not limited to elements of music, basic musical forms, music periods, styles, and the role of music and musicians in the world. Advisory(s): ENG 51A

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NUT-1-L04 (Basic Nutrition)

Online Lemoore , Spring 2018
3/19/2018 - 5/25/2018
null
Lecture Via Online Media
K. Weber

Basic Nutrition 1 is an introductory course emphasizing the basic nutrient needs of the human body and the body's use of these nutrients. Concepts of nutrition and diet planning are applied to specific life situations. (AA, CSU, UC)

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POLSCI-001-L09 (American Government)

Online Lemoore , Spring 2018
3/19/2018 - 5/25/2018
null
Lecture Via Online Media
S. Cha

POLSCI 001 is an introduction t oUnited States and California government and politics, including their constitutions and processes, and political actors. exmination of political behavior, political issues, and public policy.(C-ID POLS 110)

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POLSCI-1-L08 (American Government)

Online Lemoore , Spring 2018
3/19/2018 - 5/25/2018
null
Lecture Via Online Media
S. Cha

POLSCI 001 is an introduction t oUnited States and California government and politics, including their constitutions and processes, and political actors. exmination of political behavior, political issues, and public policy.(C-ID POLS 110)

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PSYCH-001-L07 (Introductory Psychology)

Online Lemoore , Spring 2018
3/19/2018 - 5/25/2018
null
Lecture Via Online Media
M. Martinez

PSYCH 1 is the scientific study of behavior and mental processes. The content focuses on the exploration of major psychological theories and concepts, methods, and research findings in psychology. Topics include the biological bases of behavior, perception, cognition and consciousness, learning, memory, emotion, motivation, development, personality, social psychology, psychological disorders and therapeutic approaches, and applied psychology.

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PSYCH-1-L06 (Introductory Psychology)

Online Lemoore , Spring 2018
3/19/2018 - 5/25/2018
null
Lecture Via Online Media
M. Martinez

This is an Open Educational Resource (OER) course. No textbook purchase is required. The free, no cost educational materials in this course may include modules, textbooks, videos, software, and other tools and resources. Computer and Internet access are required and accessible in the Learning Resource Center on campus if needed.

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PSYCH-4-L02 (Personal Psychology)

Online Lemoore , Spring 2018
3/19/2018 - 5/25/2018
null
Lecture Via Online Media
B. Smith

This is an Open Educational Resource (OER) course. No textbook purchase is required. The free, no cost educational materials in this course may include modules, textbooks, videos, software, and other tools and resources. Computer and Internet access are required and accessible in the Learning Resource Center on campus if needed.

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SOC-001-L07 (Introduction to Sociology)

Online Lemoore , Spring 2018
3/19/2018 - 5/25/2018
null
Lecture Via Online Media
J. Botts

SOC 1 is an introduction to the sociological concepts and theoretical perspectives of sociology and their application to the fundamental problems of social life. The course includes an overview of sociological explanations, methods, and findings in social structure, group dynamics, socialization, social stratification culture, social change, and global dynamics. Advisory(s): ENG 51A or equivalent.

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SOC-1-L04 (Introduction to Sociology)

Online Lemoore , Spring 2018
3/19/2018 - 5/25/2018
null
Lecture Via Online Media
G. Kennedy

This is an Open Educational Resource (OER) course. No textbook purchase is required. The free, no cost educational materials in this course may include modules, textbooks, videos, software, and other tools and resources. Computer and Internet access are required and accessible in the Learning Resource Center on campus if needed.

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SOC-1-L05 (Introduction to Sociology)

Online Lemoore , Spring 2018
3/19/2018 - 5/25/2018
null
Lecture Via Online Media
G. Kennedy

This is an Open Educational Resource (OER) course. No textbook purchase is required. The free, no cost educational materials in this course may include modules, textbooks, videos, software, and other tools and resources. Computer and Internet access are required and accessible in the Learning Resource Center on campus if needed.

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SOC-2-L05 (Critical Thinking/Social Prob)

Online Lemoore , Spring 2018
3/19/2018 - 5/25/2018
null
Lecture Via Online Media
D. Conley

SOC 2 explores major social problems experienced by society, with an exploration of the role of power in defining social problems, causes and consequences, theoretical perspectives, proposed solutions, and methods of interventions. The course focuses on the application of critical thinking skills to strengthen critical analysis and heighten social awareness. Prerequisite(s): ENG 51A or equivalent

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