Course Schedule


Below is a list of online courses, hybrid courses, in-person courses, and distance learning courses offered by Online and Professional Studies organized by discipline. Select a discipline of interest to view the courses. You can also search for specific courses by using the search fields below.

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Principles of Accounting I

Principles of Accounting I

An introduction to financial accounting, involving its basic structure, the accounting cycles for service and merchandising enterprises, assets, liabilities, and accounting systems. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
ACC250 AE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Browning, Julianna
Fall 2016
ACC250 BE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Ardito, Richard James
Spring 2017
ACC250 BE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Ardito, Richard James
Spring 2017
ACC250 AE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Ardito, Richard James
Summer 2017
ACC250 AE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
ACC250 BE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
ACC250 AE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
ACC250 BE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
ACC250 AE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
ACC250 BE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
ACC250 AE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Principles of Accounting II

Principles of Accounting II

This course has an emphasis on managerial accounting involved with corporations, control accounting, and decision making. Prerequisite: ACC 250. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
ACC251 AE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Browning, Julianna
Fall 2016
ACC251 BE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Ardito, Richard James
Spring 2017
ACC251 AE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Ardito, Richard James
Spring 2017
ACC251 CE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Ardito, Richard James
Spring 2017
ACC251 BE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Ardito, Richard James
Summer 2017
ACC251 BE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2017
ACC251 AE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
ACC251 BE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
ACC251 AE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
ACC251 AE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
ACC251 BE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
ACC251 AE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
ACC251 BE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Intermediate Accounting I

Intermediate Accounting I

A comprehensive and in-depth coverage of accounting principles. The course is for accounting majors or students wanting a solid understanding of accounting. The accounting cycle steps are reviewed and more complex accounting problems are presented. Topics include cash, short-term investments, accounts receivable, inventories, liabilities, statement of cash flows, revenue recognition, and debt financing. Prerequisite: ACC 251. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
ACC310 BE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Browning, Julianna
Spring 2017
ACC310 BE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Browning, Julianna
Summer 2017
ACC310 AE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
ACC310 AE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
ACC310 AE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Intermediate Accounting II

Intermediate Accounting II

This course has an emphasis on property, equipment, intangible assets, corporations, long-term investments in equity securities, long-term liabilities, accounting for pensions, leases, error corrections, analysis of financial statements, income taxes and financial reporting. Prerequisite: ACC 310. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
ACC311 BE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Browning, Julianna
Spring 2017
ACC311 BE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Browning, Julianna
Summer 2017
ACC311 AE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
ACC311 AE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
ACC311 AE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Cost Accounting

Cost Accounting

This course covers budgeting, standard costs, analysis of variances, job order and process accounting, profit centers, capital budgeting, and managerial controls. Prerequisite: ACC 310. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
ACC320 AE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Browning, Julianna
Fall 2017
ACC320 AE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Gov't & Non-profit Acctng

Gov't & Non-profit Acctng

Covers municipal, school, university, hospital, church, and other forms of governmental and non-profit organizational accounting. Types of funds discussed are general, revenue, capital projects, enterprise, debt service, and others. Prerequisite: ACC 311. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
ACC330 AE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Ardito, Richard James
Fall 2017
ACC330 AE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Advanced Accounting

Advanced Accounting

A study of business combinations and consolidation accounting, including the accounting relationships between parent and subsidiary business entities, the processing of intercompany transactions, and elimination entries. Additional topics may include recording foreign currency exchange transactions, translations of foreign subsidiary financial statements and partnership accounting. Prerequisite: ACC 311. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Spring 2017
ACC410 AE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Ardito, Richard James
Spring 2018
ACC410 AE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Accounting Information Systems

Accounting Information Systems

A study of accounting and processing controls for automated accounting systems, and developing and implementing an automated accounting system. Prerequisites: CIS 270 and ACC 311. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Spring 2017
ACC420 AE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Ardito, Richard James
Spring 2018
ACC420 AE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Federal Income Tax Accounting

Federal Income Tax Accounting

Covers the theory of tax accounting with practical applications to individuals, proprietorships, partnerships, corporations, and fiduciary organizations. Prerequisite: ACC 251. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
ACC430 AE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Ardito, Richard James
Spring 2017
ACC430 AE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Ardito, Richard James
Summer 2017
ACC430 BE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
ACC430 AE Session 1
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
ACC430 AE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Auditing

Auditing

A study of the attest function performed by independent public accountants. Topics include management assertions, fundamental principles (formerly generally accepted auditing standards), tests of controls and substantive procedures for the accounting cycles, and report forms and opinions. Various techniques are used to study auditing concepts and practices and may include preparing problem sets, analyzing case studies, and performing simulated audit procedures. Prerequisite: ACC 410. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
ACC470 AE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Browning, Julianna
Spring 2017
ACC470 AE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Browning, Julianna
Summer 2017
ACC470 BE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
ACC470 AE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
ACC470 AE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Foundations of Acctng & Finance (Graduate Level)

Foundations of Acctng & Finance

This course provides an overview of the theoretical and practical applications of accounting and finance for managerial decision makers. Students acquire knowledge in recording, measuring, reporting, and interpreting business transactions. Students will have the opportunity to evaluate the financial position of a firm after learning fundamental accounting and finance concepts such as the preparation of financial statements, financial decision-making, financial planning, capital budgeting, time value of money, and performance measurement. Prerequisite: ACC 250. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Spring 2017
ACC501 BE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Browning, Julianna
Spring 2017
ACC501 AE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Browning, Julianna
Spring 2018
ACC501 AE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Cntmpry Issues in Auditng/Assrnc (Graduate Level)

Cntmpry Issues in Auditng/Assrnc

This course will cover advanced topics of independent assurance services such as principles and concepts related to evidence, risk assessment, and testing. Topics may also include statistical sampling techniques, special purpose reports, non-audit attest engagements, and forensic accounting. Particular attention will be placed on current issues such as recent changes in the standards for accounting and review engagements. Prerequisite: Accounting Concentration. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
ACC510 AE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Browning, Julianna
Fall 2017
ACC510 AE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Advncd Topics Managerial Acctng (Graduate Level)

Advncd Topics Managerial Acctng

This course will build on the foundation laid in Cost Accounting and will explore additional topics in managerial accounting such as cost allocations and pricing decisions, balanced scorecard, management control systems, performance measurement, and other topics as developed. This course is designed to expand the accounting student?s knowledge of how to use managerial accounting information to make decisions and influence strategy. The class will expose students to the use of cost data to measure and manage customer issues, process performance requirements, and life-cycle costs. In addition, behavioral and organizational issues will be analyzed and budget and financial controls will be utilized to support decision making. Prerequisite: Accounting Concentration. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
ACC520 AE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Ardito, Richard James
Fall 2017
ACC520 AE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Taxation for Business Entities (Graduate Level)

Taxation for Business Entities

This course will focus on the federal tax implications of the formation, activity, and dissolution of business entities such as corporations, estates, trusts, and partnerships. This course will also incorporate techniques for tax planning and research. Prerequisite: Accounting concentration. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Summer 2017
ACC530 AE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
ACC530 AE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Advncd Topics in Financial Acctg (Graduate Level)

Advncd Topics in Financial Acctg

This course will focus on contemporary issues in financial accounting such as the convergence of U.S. and international accounting standards, segment and interim reporting requirements, SEC financial reporting, hedging of foreign currency risk, variable interest entities (VIEs), and other current accounting issues as they develop. Students will develop effective writing skills through the use of problems and assignments focused specifically on the writing requirements for accounting professionals. Prerequisite: Accounting Concentration. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Spring 2017
ACC540 AE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Browning, Julianna
Spring 2018
ACC540 AE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Ethcs/Prfssnl Rspnsblty for CPAs (Graduate Level)

Ethcs/Prfssnl Rspnsblty for CPAs

A number of ethical failures in business have resulted in the necessity for this course in recent years. As such, this course focuses on the ethical and professional responsibilities of CPAs in public and private practice. Ethical reasoning, corporate governance, decision making and ethical frameworks will be examined to provide a base of understanding. The AICPA Code of Professional Conduct and other professional standards will also be studied as they apply to the practice of accounting. Prerequisite: Accounting concentration. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
ACC550 AE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Browning, Julianna
Spring 2017
ACC550 AE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Browning, Julianna
Summer 2017
ACC550 AE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
ACC550 AE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
ACC550 AE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
ACC550 AE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Advncd Business Law for Accntnts (Graduate Level)

Advncd Business Law for Accntnts

This course seeks to equip students with an advanced understanding of business law as it relates to the legal issues that affect practicing certified public accountants. The course is designed to advance the knowledge and understanding of law in such areas as the Uniform Commercial Code, torts, contracts, securities regulation, organizational structure and formation, intellectual property, personal and real property and insurance, and other forms of government regulation of business as well as the relationship between biblical and legal principles. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Spring 2017
ACC560 AE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Minesinger, Kenneth W.
Spring 2018
ACC560 AE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Advncd Accntng Information Systm (Graduate Level)

Advncd Accntng Information Systm

In this course, students examine accounting systems design, documentation and implementation as well as the internal control features necessary to record, summarize, and report accurate and reliable accounting information within an organization. Topics may include business information systems, business processes and data flows, database concepts and tools, internal control and risks, auditing the information system, and using the information system to perform audit functions. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Summer 2017
ACC565 AE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
ACC565 AE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Christian Theology I

Christian Theology I

An expanded study of the biblical doctrines of God, humanity, and sin. Prerequisite: Bachelor of Applied Theology or Christian Studies major. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2017
APT371 BE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Christian Theology II

Christian Theology II

An expanded study of the biblical doctrines of salvation, the person of Christ, the church, and last things. Prerequisite: Bachelor of Applied Theology or Christian Studies major. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2017
APT372 AE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Pastoral Leadership

Pastoral Leadership

Pastoral Leadership is an intensive study of the leadership role of the pastor in relation to the nature of the church, leadership models, leadership challengers, and practical leadership strategies. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
APT482 BE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Stamps, Robert Lucas
Spring 2018
APT482 BE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Found Skills in Behav Sciences I

Found Skills in Behav Sciences I

This course is an overview of the collection, treatment, and interpretation of data in research and testing. Classroom exercises will not include direct use of SPSS. Prerequisite: MAT115 or STA144. (3 Units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
BEH255 DE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Pate, Robert Anthony
Fall 2016
BEH255 CE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Freeman, Laura K
Fall 2016
BEH255 BE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Crosby, Robert G.
Spring 2017
BEH255 AE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Pate, Robert Anthony
Summer 2017
BEH255 BE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2017
BEH255 CE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
BEH255 AE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
Hybrid
TBA
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Staff
Fall 2017
BEH255 BE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
BEH255 CE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
BEH255 BE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
BEH255 AE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Found Skill in Behav Sciences II

Found Skill in Behav Sciences II

Continuing study of the collection, treatment, and interpretation of data in research and testing of the foundational skills in Behavioral Sciences I. In order to complete the course, student will be required to successfully pass the Pre-Statistics Exam. Prerequisite: BEH255. (3 Units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
BEH256 DE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Frederick, Thomas Vincent
Fall 2016
BEH256 BE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Crosby, Robert G.
Fall 2016
BEH256 CE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Crosby, Robert G.
Spring 2017
BEH256 AE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Frederick, Thomas Vincent
Summer 2017
BEH256 AE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2017
BEH256 BE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
BEH256 AE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
Hybrid
TBA
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Fall 2017
BEH256 BE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
BEH256 CE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
BEH256 BE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
BEH256 AE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Epistemology & Worldview

Epistemology & Worldview

This course examines the basic models of integrating the Christian faith and modern behavioral sciences, including the development of Biblical examples of worldview and epistemology. Emphasis is placed upon the student's development of a personal theory of integration. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
BEH333 CE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Frederick, Thomas Vincent
Fall 2016
BEH333 DE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Frederick, Thomas Vincent
Fall 2016
BEH333 BE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Frederick, Thomas Vincent
Summer 2017
BEH333 DE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2017
BEH333 CE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2017
BEH333 BE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
BEH333 BE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
BEH333 CE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Statistics & Rsrch Methodology I

Statistics & Rsrch Methodology I

This course introduces the various quantitative and qualitative methodologies utilized in behavioral science research. Also included are the collection, treatment, and interpretation of data in research and testing using a statistical analysis application. Prerequisite: BEH 256. Three hours lecture, three hours lab. (4 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
BEH383 BE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Crosby, Robert G.
Fall 2016
BEH383 CE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Crosby, Robert G.
Spring 2017
BEH383 BE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Crosby, Robert G.
Spring 2017
BEH383 CE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Crosby, Robert G.
Spring 2017
BEH383 AE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Crosby, Robert G.
Summer 2017
BEH383 BE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
BEH383 CE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
BEH383 BE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
BEH383 CE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
BEH383 BE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
BEH383 BE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
BEH383 AE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Statistics & Rsrch MethodologyII

Statistics & Rsrch MethodologyII

This course presents some of the more complex quantitative and qualitative methodologies utilized in behavioral science research. It builds on the various concepts of quantitative research, qualitative research, data collection, analysis, and interpretation introduced in previous courses. This course continues the development of student proficiency with basic and intermediate functions of a statistical analysis application. Prerequisite: BEH 383. Three hours lecture, three hours lab. (4 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
BEH385 AE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Crosby, Robert G.
Spring 2017
BEH385 CE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Crosby, Robert G.
Spring 2017
BEH385 BE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Crosby, Robert G.
Spring 2017
BEH385 AE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Crosby, Robert G.
Summer 2017
BEH385 BE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
BEH385 BE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
BEH385 AE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
BEH385 CE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
BEH385 AE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
BEH385 BE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
BEH385 AE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Principles of Biology

Principles of Biology

An introductory course in biological principles intended for non-majors. Emphasis on scientific method; chemistry of life; interpretation of data; morphology and physiology of animals and plants; genetics; and current biological problems. Meets the general education requirement for natural sciences. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
BIO143 AE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Park, Hyun-Woo
Fall 2016
BIO143 CE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Felton, Kelly Ann
Fall 2016
BIO143 BE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Cron, Daniel J
Spring 2017
BIO143 BE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Charles-Tollerup, Jennifer Jean
Spring 2017
BIO143 AE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Park, Hyun-Woo
Summer 2017
BIO143 CE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2017
BIO143 AE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2017
BIO143 BE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
BIO143 CE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
BIO143 AE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
BIO143 BE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
BIO143 CE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
BIO143 AE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
BIO143 BE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
BIO143 AE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Prin of Biology Lab

Prin of Biology Lab

Laboratory exercises in biology emphasizing basic scientific principles used in biology. Additional lab fee. Pre- or Co-requisite: BIO 143. (1 unit)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
BIO143L AE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Park, Hyun-Woo
Fall 2016
BIO143L CE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Felton, Kelly Ann
Fall 2016
BIO143L BE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Cron, Daniel J
Spring 2017
BIO143L BE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Charles-Tollerup, Jennifer Jean
Spring 2017
BIO143L AE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Park, Hyun-Woo
Summer 2017
BIO143L CE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2017
BIO143L AE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2017
BIO143L BE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
BIO143L CE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
BIO143L AE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
BIO143L BE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
BIO143L CE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
BIO143L AE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
BIO143L BE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
BIO143L AE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Anatomy & Physiology I w/ Lab

Anatomy & Physiology I w/ Lab

This course is designed for professional nursing and general college students. Included are a general survey of human histology and the study of structure and function of organ systems of the human body, including the integumentary, skeletal, muscular, endocrine and nervous systems. Structure and function of sensory organs are also included in the course. Correlated by laboratory experience and demonstration. Lecture (3 units) and required laboratory (1 unit). Additional lab fee. (4 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Spring 2017
BIO153 AE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Barela, Arthur Joseph,, III
Spring 2017
BIO153 BE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Felton, Kelly Ann
Fall 2017
BIO153 BE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
BIO153 AE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
BIO153 AE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Microeconomics

Microeconomics

This course studies economic behavior at the individual level. Topics include decision-making processes of households and firms, supply and demand, elasticity, and marginal analysis. Market structure and public policy are examined to evaluate their impact on economic welfare and the allocation of scarce resources. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
BUS217 AE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Yoo, James J.
Fall 2016
BUS217 BE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Yoo, James J.
Spring 2017
BUS217 BE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Yoo, James J.
Spring 2017
BUS217 AE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Yoo, James J.
Summer 2017
BUS217 AE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2017
BUS217 BE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
BUS217 BE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
BUS217 AE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
BUS217 BE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
BUS217 AE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
BUS217 BE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
BUS217 AE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Macroeconomics

Macroeconomics

This course offers a common sense approach to economics, covering basic economic laws and how they apply to our world and everyday life. The course focuses on the overall economy and economic theories that offer explanations for its fluctuations and changes. Also, the course is designed to give the student a sufficient grounding in the terminology, basic concepts, and issues of economics to stimulate interest in further study and provide background in business. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
BUS218 AE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Yoo, James J.
Fall 2016
BUS218 CE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Barnett, Douglas A.
Fall 2016
BUS218 BE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Yoo, James J.
Fall 2016
BUS218 DE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Cade, Ronald J.
Spring 2017
BUS218 AE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Barnett, Douglas A.
Spring 2017
BUS218 BE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Yoo, James J.
Summer 2017
BUS218 BE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2017
BUS218 AE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
BUS218 AE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
BUS218 BE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
BUS218 AE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
BUS218 BE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
BUS218 AE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
BUS218 BE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Business Finance

Business Finance

This course provides an introduction to the principles of financial management. It includes an overview of financial management, financial analysis and control, capital investment decisions, raising funds and cost of capital, sources of long-term funds and cash management principles. Prerequisite: ACC 250 or 350 and CIS 270. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
BUS303 CE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Obradovich, John Daniel
Fall 2016
BUS303 AE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A George, Kenneth B.
Fall 2016
BUS303 BE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A George, Kenneth B.
Spring 2017
BUS303 BE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A George, Kenneth B.
Spring 2017
BUS303 CE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A George, Kenneth B.
Spring 2017
BUS303 AE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A George, Kenneth B.
Summer 2017
BUS303 CE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2017
BUS303 AE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2017
BUS303 BE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
BUS303 CE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
BUS303 AE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
BUS303 BE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
BUS303 AE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
BUS303 BE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
BUS303 AE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Business Statistics

Business Statistics

This course includes the assembling and presentation of statistical data, probability distributions, sampling techniques, and statistical analysis. A project with practical problem solving is required. Prerequisites: CIS 270 and MAT 115, 123 or higher, or STA 144. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
BUS315 BE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A George, Kenneth B.
Fall 2016
BUS315 AE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A George, Kenneth B.
Fall 2016
BUS315 CE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Yoo, James J.
Spring 2017
BUS315 AE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Yoo, James J.
Spring 2017
BUS315 CE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Yoo, James J.
Summer 2017
BUS315 CE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2017
BUS315 BE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2017
BUS315 AE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
BUS315 DE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
BUS315 BE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
BUS315 AE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
BUS315 BE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
BUS315 AE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
BUS315 BE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
BUS315 AE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
International Business

International Business

An introduction to international business which will expose students to major international business issues, including international trade, cultures, economics, marketing and communication issues of multinational corporations. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
BUS334 AE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Yoo, James J.
Fall 2016
BUS334 CE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Flaherty, Patrick T.
Fall 2016
BUS334 BE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Yoo, James J.
Spring 2017
BUS334 BE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Gonzalez, Christina Maria
Spring 2017
BUS334 AE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Gonzalez, Christina Maria
Summer 2017
BUS334 BE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2017
BUS334 AE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
BUS334 AE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
BUS334 BE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
BUS334 BE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
BUS334 AE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
BUS334 AE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
BUS334 BE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Management with Biblical Foundtn

Management with Biblical Foundtn

A study of management and decision-making principles with a strong emphasis on integrating a biblical foundation. Key biblical principles of business and administration are studied. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
BUS337 AE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Dunbar, Scott Edward
Fall 2016
BUS337 CE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Pagano, Matthew James,, JR
Fall 2016
BUS337 BE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Gonzalez, Christina Maria
Spring 2017
BUS337 CE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Rawls, Kevin Lee
Spring 2017
BUS337 AE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Dunbar, Scott Edward
Spring 2017
BUS337 BE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Dunbar, Scott Edward
Summer 2017
BUS337 BE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2017
BUS337 AE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
BUS337 AE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
BUS337 AE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
BUS337 BE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
BUS337 AE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Human Resource Management

Human Resource Management

This is a survey of the principles and practices involved in supervising employees and administering personnel programs. It includes the study of human resource planning; recruitment; selection; training and development; and compensation and benefits. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
BUS343 BE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Dunbar, Scott Edward
Fall 2016
BUS343 CE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Dunbar, Scott Edward
Fall 2016
BUS343 DE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Dunbar, Scott Edward
Spring 2017
BUS343 AE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Dunbar, Scott Edward
Spring 2017
BUS343 BE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Dunbar, Scott Edward
Summer 2017
BUS343 BE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2017
BUS343 AE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
BUS343 BE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
BUS343 AE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
BUS343 DE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
BUS343 CE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
BUS343 BE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
BUS343 AE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Communication Strategy in Mgmt

Communication Strategy in Mgmt

A study of communication theory applied to organizational management and leadership. Students will develop, practice, and apply skills and techniques of communication strategy essential to external and inter-organizational communication; interpersonal and group communication; and written and oral communication. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
BUS349 AE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Gonzalez, Christina Maria
Spring 2017
BUS349 BE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Gonzalez, Christina Maria
Spring 2017
BUS349 AE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Dunbar, Scott Edward
Summer 2017
BUS349 AE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
BUS349 BE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
BUS349 CE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
BUS349 AE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
BUS349 AE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Business Law

Business Law

This course covers the law of sales, employment, contracts, negotiable instruments, agency and partnerships, corporations, insurance, real and personal property, estates, and bankruptcy. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
BUS358 CE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Rash, Bryan E.
Fall 2016
BUS358 AE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Minesinger, Kenneth W.
Fall 2016
BUS358 BE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Mercer, Brandon S.
Spring 2017
BUS358 BE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Minesinger, Kenneth W.
Spring 2017
BUS358 AE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Minesinger, Kenneth W.
Summer 2017
BUS358 AE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2017
BUS358 BE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
BUS358 BE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
BUS358 AE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
BUS358 AE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
BUS358 BE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
BUS358 BE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
BUS358 AE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Quantitative Business Analysis

Quantitative Business Analysis

This course explores quantitative methods utilized in business decision-making, with an emphasis placed on problem solving and evaluation, as well s applications in marketing, finance, accounting, and operations. Topics may include decision analysis, linear programming, forecasting techniques, statistical process control, and inventory models. A project with practical problem solving is required. Prerequisite: BUS 315. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
BUS440 AE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A George, Kenneth B.
Fall 2016
BUS440 BE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A George, Kenneth B.
Fall 2016
BUS440 CE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A George, Kenneth B.
Spring 2017
BUS440 AE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A George, Kenneth B.
Spring 2017
BUS440 CE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A George, Kenneth B.
Summer 2017
BUS440 BE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2017
BUS440 AE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
BUS440 CE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
BUS440 BE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
BUS440 AE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
BUS440 BE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
BUS440 AE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
BUS440 BE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
BUS440 AE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Business & Organizational Mgmt

Business & Organizational Mgmt

This course is the study of management theories and the functional concepts of leadership, planning, and decision making. Special emphasis is placed on quality issues, globalism, diversity, ethics, productivity, motivation, skill development, and human resource management. An emphasis on integrating biblical principles and leadership will also be studied. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
BUS463 BE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Dunbar, Scott Edward
Fall 2016
BUS463 CE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Dunbar, Scott Edward
Fall 2016
BUS463 AE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Dunbar, Scott Edward
Spring 2017
BUS463 BE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Dunbar, Scott Edward
Spring 2017
BUS463 AE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Dunbar, Scott Edward
Summer 2017
BUS463 CE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2017
BUS463 BE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2017
BUS463 AE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
BUS463 BE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
BUS463 AE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
BUS463 BE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
BUS463 AE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
BUS463 BE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
BUS463 AE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Project & Team Management

Project & Team Management

This course focuses both on general management theory and specific project and team practices useful in the rapidly shifting environment of technology. Particular emphasis is given to the range of diverse techniques required to meet the challenges of managing teams to the successful completion of technology projects in the contemporary workplace. A comprehensive project will be completed in a group setting using Project Management theory and techniques. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Spring 2017
BUS475 BE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Mc Elyea, Lou Ann
Spring 2017
BUS475 AE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A George, Kenneth B.
Summer 2018
BUS475 AE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Business Policy & Strategy

Business Policy & Strategy

This is an integrative study of senior management functions using advanced case analysis, focusing on general management and decision making. Topics include setting objectives; implementing, supporting, and controlling organization-wide policies; developing strategies to achieve objectives; setting standards for measuring performance; evaluating and reformulating policies in response to change; fulfilling leadership responsibilities. Prerequisite: BUS 303, 463, and MKT 333 or ENT 462. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
BUS485 AE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Putulowski, Joe R.
Fall 2016
BUS485 BE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Putulowski, Joe R.
Spring 2017
BUS485 AE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Putulowski, Joe R.
Spring 2017
BUS485 BE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Flaherty, Patrick T.
Summer 2017
BUS485 AE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2017
BUS485 BE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2017
BUS485 CE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
BUS485 BE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
BUS485 AE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
BUS485 BE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
BUS485 AE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
BUS485 BE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
BUS485 AE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Survey of Business (Graduate Level)

Survey of Business

This course is a customized survey of select business topics for students seeking to enter a graduate business program. Depending on the prerequisite needs of students they may study and take academic leveling exams for any combination of the following topics: accounting, business ethics, business finance, business leadership, global business, human resource management, information technology management, macroeconomics, microeconomics, marketing, operations management, organizational behavior, quantitative analysis and business statistics, strategic management and business integration, and the legal environment of business. Pass/Fail. (0 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
BUS500 AE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Browning, Julianna
Fall 2016
BUS500 BE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Browning, Julianna
Spring 2017
BUS500 AE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Browning, Julianna
Spring 2017
BUS500 BE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Browning, Julianna
Summer 2017
BUS500 AE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
BUS500 AE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
BUS500 AE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
BUS500 BE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
BUS500 AE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Entrepreneurial Management (Graduate Level)

Entrepreneurial Management

This course introduces new enterprise formation and management from the perspective of the advanced-level manager. Some practical issues that are covered in detail include: market planning, business plan preparation, effective team building, and capital acquisition. The course also surveys the innovation-oriented department or strategic business unit of an ongoing and larger business, and offers an examination of the factors that enable an entire unit of a large organization to become more creative and dynamic. Students may only earn credit for either BUS505 or BUS506. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
BUS505 BE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Putulowski, Joe R.
Fall 2016
BUS505 AE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Putulowski, Joe R.
Fall 2017
BUS505 AE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Management Information Systems (Graduate Level)

Management Information Systems

This course will build a basic understanding of the value and uses of information systems for business operation, management decision making, and strategic advantage. Thus, it will provide students with an understanding of the ways in which they can utilize information systems as end user managers. It concentrates on providing the tools needed for mastery of the information systems concepts and terms that are important to end user managers. This course is designed for business students who are not information systems majors, but who expect to be managerial end users on information systems.(3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
BUS512 BE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Shields, Robert Corwin
Fall 2016
BUS512 AE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Shields, Robert Corwin
Fall 2017
BUS512 AE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Organizational Behavior (Graduate Level)

Organizational Behavior

This course focuses on the relationships of individuals and groups within the organizational framework as it involves the nature, performance, and structure of organizational life. The course examines theories of organizational behavior and leadership methods with emphasis on integrating biblical principles. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
BUS515 AE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Whitlatch, William Leon
Fall 2016
BUS515 BE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Rawls, Kevin Lee
Spring 2017
BUS515 AE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Bowden, A. Greg
Fall 2017
BUS515 AE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
BUS515 AE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Managerial Ethics (Graduate Level)

Managerial Ethics

This course covers ethical reasoning based on biblical principles as it applies to business situations. Specific topics include the legal environment, corporate social responsibility, bribery, affirmative action, cultural diversity, dispute resolution, consumer protection, employee rights, deception, advertising ethics, product safety, environment protection, and economic justice. The course develops an awareness of and appreciation for cultural diversity in the workplace. Prerequisite: BUS 358 or BUS 503. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
BUS520 AE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Minesinger, Kenneth W.
Fall 2017
BUS520 AE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Legal Envrnmnt of Bus and Mgmt (Graduate Level)

Legal Envrnmnt of Bus and Mgmt

This course identifies the major areas of past and present government regulations impacting business. The emphasis is on the highly relevant legal mandates and restrictions affecting managers in all business sectors. Prerequisite: BUS 358 or equivalent.(3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Spring 2017
BUS525 BE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Minesinger, Kenneth W.
Spring 2017
BUS525 AE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Minesinger, Kenneth W.
Spring 2018
BUS525 AE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Marketing Management (Graduate Level)

Marketing Management

This course investigates the strategic implications and considerations of marketing management decisions. The course covers the formulation and implementation of effective planning for market development. Substantive and procedural aspects of marketing will also be addressed. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Spring 2017
BUS530 AE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Putulowski, Joe R.
Summer 2017
BUS530 AE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
BUS530 AE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
BUS530 AE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Econ Analysis Chng Bus Envrnmt (Graduate Level)

Econ Analysis Chng Bus Envrnmt

This course surveys economic theory, techniques for recognizing and interpreting economic indicators, analyzing industries, price elasticity, and business and economic cycles that affect organizations and industries. Prerequisite: BUS 217, BUS 218, or BUS 503. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Summer 2017
BUS535 BE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2017
BUS535 AE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
BUS535 AE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Financial Management (Graduate Level)

Financial Management

The course focuses on the application and development of management decision making and problem solving skills in the financial area. Specific topics of discussion include financial statement analysis, credit and operational risk, financial planning and budgeting, asset valuation, cash flow analysis and capital budgeting, and firm valuation from a value-based management and corporate governance perspective. Prerequisite: ACC250. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Summer 2017
BUS539 AE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2017
BUS539 BE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
BUS539 AE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Quantitative Business Modeling (Graduate Level)

Quantitative Business Modeling

This course focuses in business computer applications for the manager. Computer models will be created to aid in forecasting, budgeting, and other decision-making processes. The emphasis will be placed on pro-forma financial statements as well as cash flow analysis. Prerequisite: Basic knowledge of Microsoft Excel. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Spring 2017
BUS542 BE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Yoo, James J.
Spring 2017
BUS542 AE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Yoo, James J.
Spring 2018
BUS542 BE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
BUS542 AE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Global Business Management (Graduate Level)

Global Business Management

This course focuses on management perspectives, economics, finance, culture, politics, legal, and organizational issues associated with international business operations. Course materials address business strategies, enterprise management alternatives, political and economics relations, comparative national systems, and the global economy. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Summer 2017
BUS545 AE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2017
BUS545 BE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
BUS545 AE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Strategic Management (Graduate Level)

Strategic Management

Using the case analysis method, a course in which students learn the tasks of strategic management in the business firm: establishing an effective vision; setting strategic and financial objectives that are grounded in solid market data; forming and implementing an appropriate strategy; and evaluating organizational performance. With written, verbal, and presentation assignments, students develop the ability to identify, analyze, and make recommendations regarding strategic organizational problems in order to learn a variety of conceptual approaches to strategic thinking.(3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
BUS547 AE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Browning, Julianna
Spring 2017
BUS547 AE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Putulowski, Joe R.
Summer 2017
BUS547 BE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2017
BUS547 AE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
BUS547 AE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
BUS547 AE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
BUS547 AE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Orientation Residency (Graduate Level)

Orientation Residency

Students entering the program are required to attend a 4-day residency at the beginning of the program. This residency will focus on doctoral expectations, program design, and community building. Successful completion of this course is required for continued enrollment in the program. Pass/Fail. (1 unit)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Spring 2017
BUS705 AE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
Hybrid
CBU Online
M
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F
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8:00 -
8:00 PM
Browning, Julianna
Foundations of Org & Mgmt (Graduate Level)

Foundations of Org & Mgmt

This course examines classical and contemporary organizational theories as a foundation for academic thought within the program. Students will explore the historical development of organizational theory and develop frameworks of academic reasoning and strategic approaches within organizations and management. Students will apply organizational and management theory to current business practices. Topic areas may include organizational structure, culture, decision-making, power, and change. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Spring 2017
BUS710 AE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Putulowski, Joe R.
Ethics in Org & Mgmt (Graduate Level)

Ethics in Org & Mgmt

In this course, students will learn to identify, analyze, and apply biblical principles to solve ethical issues experienced by organizations and management. Topics covered may include the legal and ethical environment of business, leadership, marketing ethics, labor practices, consumer protection, and use of information technology. Prerequisite: BUS710. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Spring 2017
BUS720 AE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Minesinger, Kenneth W.
Management of Organizations (Graduate Level)

Management of Organizations

Utilizing a Christian worldview, this course examines management in the modern business environment through the utilization of past and current management theories, concepts, and practices. Topics may include planning and decision making, organizational strategy, managing individuals and a diverse workforce, motivation, leadership, managing communication and information, and problem solving from a global perspective. Prerequisite: BUS720. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Summer 2017
BUS725 AE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Financial Anlys Decision Making (Graduate Level)

Financial Anlys Decision Making

This course provides both a framework for and the tools necessary to analyze, evaluate, and interpret financial information. Content explored will impart an increased knowledge and understanding of the role of an ethical financial decision maker by examining the dichotomy between the objectives and incentives of the preparers and users of financial statements. Students will analyze financial information to assess the firm's financial and business strategy and determine how those choices reflect the underlying economics of the firm. Prerequisite: BUS725. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Summer 2017
BUS730 AE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Applying Economic Theory to Bus (Graduate Level)

Applying Economic Theory to Bus

This course offers theoretical and applied approaches to economic problems in business. Students will develop the decision making skills and knowledge required to make efficient managerial decisions given different environments and situations, while applying micro and macroeconomic theory. Prerequisite: BUS730. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2017
BUS740 AE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Intl Business in Global Markets (Graduate Level)

Intl Business in Global Markets

This course provides students with the skills and knowledge required to analyze theories of business and develop decision making strategies within the global environment. A special emphasis is given to the phenomena of globalization of markets and its implication for firms within a Christian worldview. The course also examines the cultural, social, legal, political, financial, and geographic dimensions of the global marketplace. Prerequisite: BUS740. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2017
BUS750 AE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fundamentals of Chemistry

Fundamentals of Chemistry

A review of fundamental topics in chemistry including units of measurements, classifications of matter, atomic and molecular structure, bonding, the periodic table, chemical reactions, solutions, gases, and energy. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
CHE102 AE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Szeto, Daniel P.
Spring 2017
CHE102 AE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Szeto, Daniel P.
Summer 2017
CHE102 AE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
CHE102 AE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
CHE102 AE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
CHE102 AE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Overview of the Bible

Overview of the Bible

A general survey of the Hebrew Bible and the Christian writings (New Testament) with special emphasis to the religious and national life of the Hebrew people, the life of Jesus, and the development of the early church. A Online and Professional Studies requirement for Online and Professional Studies degree programs only. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
CST100 AE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
Hybrid
Mission Hall
Room 125
M
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TH
F
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6:00 -
7:50 PM
Wilhite, Shawn J.
Fall 2016
CST100 DE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Emerson, Matthew Y.
Fall 2016
CST100 FE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Meek, Russell Len
Fall 2016
CST100 ME Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Stamps, Robert Lucas
Fall 2016
CST100 KE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Rogers, Mark C.
Fall 2016
CST100 BE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Slunaker, Joseph Gregory
Fall 2016
CST100 CE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Barrett, Matthew M.
Fall 2016
CST100 NE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Smith, Brandon Dean
Fall 2016
CST100 LE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Wilhite, Shawn J.
Fall 2016
CST100 GE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Wilhite, Shawn J.
Fall 2016
CST100 HE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Gill, John J
Fall 2016
CST100 IE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Stamps, Robert Lucas
Fall 2016
CST100 JE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Slunaker, Joseph Gregory
Spring 2017
CST100 CE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Wilhite, Shawn J.
Spring 2017
CST100 DE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Gill, John J
Spring 2017
CST100 BE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Stamps, Robert Lucas
Spring 2017
CST100 AE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Slunaker, Joseph Gregory
Spring 2017
CST100 FE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Slunaker, Joseph Gregory
Spring 2017
CST100 IE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Stamps, Robert Lucas
Spring 2017
CST100 GE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Slunaker, Joseph Gregory
Summer 2017
CST100 AE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2017
CST100 DE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2017
CST100 BE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2017
CST100 GE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2017
CST100 HE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2017
CST100 FE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
CST100 JE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
Hybrid
TBA
M
T
W
TH
F
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6:00 -
7:50 PM
Staff
Fall 2017
CST100 KE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
CST100 CE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
CST100 BE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
CST100 AE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
CST100 HE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
Hybrid
TBA
M
T
W
TH
F
S
6:00 -
7:50 PM
Staff
Fall 2017
CST100 DE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
CST100 GE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
CST100 FE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
CST100 AE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
Hybrid
TBA
M
T
W
TH
F
S
6:00 -
7:50 PM
Staff
Spring 2018
CST100 FE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
CST100 KE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
CST100 DE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
CST100 CE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
CST100 BE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
CST100 JE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
CST100 IE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
CST100 HE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
CST100 GE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
CST100 CE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
CST100 DE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
CST100 BE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
CST100 AE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
CST100 GE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
CST100 IE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
CST100 HE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
CST100 FE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Pentateuch & Former Prophets

Pentateuch & Former Prophets

An introduction to the Pentateuch and Former Prophets sections of the Hebrew Bible and the ancient Near Eastern cultural and historical background of Israel's history and sacred literature. Special emphasis will be given to the ways in which the literary forms of the Old Testament express Israel's understanding of God's activity in the world and the history of the nation. Core requirement for Christian Studies majors. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Spring 2017
CST210 BE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Slunaker, Joseph Gregory
Summer 2018
CST210 BE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Latter Prophets & Writings

Latter Prophets & Writings

An introduction to the Latter Prophets and Writings sections of the Hebrew Bible and the ancient Near Eastern cultural and historical background of Israel's history and sacred literature. Special emphasis will be given to the ways in which the literary forms of the Old Testament express Israel's understanding of God's activity in the world and in the history of the nation. Core requirement for Christian Studies majors. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Summer 2017
CST220 BE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Jesus and the Gospels

Jesus and the Gospels

An investigation of the testimony provided by the Gospels concerning the life of Jesus of Nazareth, with special attention given to the critical issues prompted by such study. Core requirement and prerequisite for upper division Gospel courses (CST 330, 331) for Christian Studies majors. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2017
CST230 BE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Paul & the Early Church

Paul & the Early Church

An introductory consideration of the incidents, individuals, and issues included in the historical, epistolary, and apocalyptic portions of the New Testament. Core requirement and prerequisite for upper division Pauline courses (CST 440, 441) for Christian Studies majors. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
CST240 BE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Wilhite, Shawn J.
Spring 2018
CST240 BE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
History of Baptist Thought

History of Baptist Thought

An introduction to Baptist history, Baptist doctrine, and the organizational structure of the Southern Baptist Convention. Core requirement for Christian Studies majors and minors. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
CST300 BE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Gill, John J
Spring 2018
CST300 BE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Foundations of Christian Thought

Foundations of Christian Thought

An introduction and primer to Christian theology with special emphasis on identifying the importance and development of a Christian worldview, understanding the doctrine of scripture and biblical authority, learning to do theology, comprehending the relationship between truth, faith and reason, and applying a biblical worldview to the Christian life. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
CST302 HE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Wilhite, Shawn J.
Fall 2016
CST302 CE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Slunaker, Joseph Gregory
Fall 2016
CST302 AE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Stamps, Robert Lucas
Fall 2016
CST302 BE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Stamps, Robert Lucas
Fall 2016
CST302 DE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Stamps, Robert Lucas
Fall 2016
CST302 IE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Barrett, Matthew M.
Fall 2016
CST302 GE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Gill, John J
Fall 2016
CST302 FE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Gill, John J
Spring 2017
CST302 CE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Gill, John J
Spring 2017
CST302 BE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Stamps, Robert Lucas
Spring 2017
CST302 AE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Stamps, Robert Lucas
Spring 2017
CST302 GE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Stamps, Robert Lucas
Spring 2017
CST302 DE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Gill, John J
Spring 2017
CST302 FE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Gill, John J
Spring 2017
CST302 HE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Wilhite, Shawn J.
Summer 2017
CST302 BE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2017
CST302 CE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2017
CST302 FE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
Hybrid
TBA
M
T
W
TH
F
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6:00 -
7:50 PM
Staff
Summer 2017
CST302 HE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2017
CST302 GE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
CST302 BE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
Hybrid
TBA
M
T
W
TH
F
S
6:00 -
7:50 PM
Staff
Fall 2017
CST302 JE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
CST302 KE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
CST302 AE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
CST302 CE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
Hybrid
TBA
M
T
W
TH
F
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6:00 -
7:50 PM
Staff
Fall 2017
CST302 DE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
CST302 FE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
CST302 GE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
CST302 CE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
CST302 HE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
CST302 BE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
CST302 AE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
CST302 FE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
CST302 DE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
CST302 GE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
CST302 BE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
CST302 CE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
CST302 AE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
CST302 FE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
CST302 DE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
CST302 GE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
CST302 HE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Biblical Interpretation

Biblical Interpretation

A historical and theoretical consideration of interpretative methodology as illustrated by and applied to selected texts from various portions of the biblical materials. Core requirement for Christian Studies majors and minors. Prerequisite: Previous Biblical Studies coursework. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Spring 2017
CST350 AE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Wilhite, Shawn J.
Summer 2018
CST350 AE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Church History

Church History

A survey of the development of the Christian church from the close of the New Testament period to the present time, with special attention to the origin of various denominations. Core requirement for Christian Studies majors and minors. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Summer 2017
CST360 BE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Christian Missions

Christian Missions

An examination of the issues faced by today's Christian missionaries, including divine call, recruitment, theological issues, cultural problems, political involvement, methodology, and indigenization. Student involvement in missions-related activities is expected. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Summer 2017
CST381 BE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Christian Social Ethics

Christian Social Ethics

An introduction into the world of Christian Social Ethics. The course will explore particular and pressing social ethics issues and perennial themes related to Christian living and the interplay between biblical Christian faith and contemporary social issues. Topics include introduction of key social problems, the Church's historical responses to those issues, current Christian positions, and the biblical teachings and core Christian doctrines (e.g., creation fall, redemption, image of God, neighbor love) which relate to these issues. Standard models of Christian engagement in society and responsibilities of the individual believer, the local church, and the global Christian Church will be considered. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Summer 2017
CST425 BE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Biblical Preaching

Biblical Preaching

A study of the basic principles for preparing and delivering biblical sermons, with an emphasis on the writing, delivery, and analysis of expository sermons. Prerequisite: Previous Biblical Studies coursework. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Spring 2017
CST451 AE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Stamps, Robert Lucas
Summer 2018
CST451 AE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Biblical Theology

Biblical Theology

An introduction to the Bible's theological and canonical formation, major themes, and overall story with a specific emphasis on the relationship between the Testaments. An Online and Professional Studies BACS students only. (3 units, Online and Professional Studies)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2017
CST460 BE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Pastoral Ministry and Leadership

Pastoral Ministry and Leadership

A study of the practical duties of the modern pastor, with emphasis given to problems arising in the performance of regular pastoral duties as well as those created by the environment. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
CST480 BE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Stamps, Robert Lucas
Spring 2018
CST480 BE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Oral Communication

Oral Communication

This course is designed to introduce the process of public communication and to help develop and refine the skills of oral communication. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
COM113 BE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Thrane, Bryan K.
Fall 2016
COM113 AE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Pearson, MaryAnn
Fall 2016
COM113 CE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Hayden, Robert D.
Spring 2017
COM113 AE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Hayden, Robert D.
Spring 2017
COM113 BE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Hayden, Robert D.
Summer 2017
COM113 BE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2017
COM113 AE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
COM113 AE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
COM113 BE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
COM113 BE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
COM113 AE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
COM113 CE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
COM113 AE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
COM113 BE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Small Group Communication

Small Group Communication

This course examines the dynamics in communication within small groups. Students will learn effective critical thinking and problem solving skills for use when working in small groups. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
COM306 AE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Hayden, Robert D.
Summer 2017
COM306 AE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
COM306 AE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Interpersonal Communications

Interpersonal Communications

This class examines the dynamics of the two-person communication process. Students will study the development of self-concept, self-disclosure, perception, listening, and feedback as they affect the communication process. Non-verbal communication, attitudes, beliefs, and values will also be explored. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
COM308 AE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Romo, Sandra Jean
Fall 2016
COM308 CE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Tingle, Melissa Naomi
Fall 2016
COM308 BE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Romo, Sandra Jean
Spring 2017
COM308 DE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Thrane, Bryan K.
Spring 2017
COM308 AE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Hayden, Robert D.
Spring 2017
COM308 BE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Romo, Sandra Jean
Spring 2017
COM308 CE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Thrane, Bryan K.
Summer 2017
COM308 AE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
COM308 AE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
COM308 AE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
COM308 BE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
COM308 AE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
COM308 BE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Oral Interpret/Reader's Theater

Oral Interpret/Reader's Theater

Analysis and oral presentation of literature in a way that is vivid, compelling, and dramatic. This class will help the student to perfect skills in dramatic reading, reading of scripture, and finding and preparing literature for oral presentation. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Spring 2017
COM333 AE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Romo, Sandra Jean
Fall 2017
COM333 CE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
COM333 AE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
COM333 AE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Rhetoric and Persuasion

Rhetoric and Persuasion

This course is designed to develop advanced analysis of communication artifacts using theories of rhetoric and persuasion. The course discusses and makes use of rhetorical theorists from classical and contemporary traditions through the lens of compliance gaining. A focus will be on understanding human persuasion in everyday life, as well as in scholarly perspective. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Summer 2017
COM340 BE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
COM340 AE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Communication Theory

Communication Theory

This course is designed to introduce theories in the academic field of communication studies. The focus of the course will be on recognizing human communication theories in everyday life, and being able to critically examine situations in multiple cultural contexts based on those theories. Connections will be made between these theories and the prominent theories of related fields. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
COM403 AE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Hayden, Robert D.
Spring 2018
COM403 AE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Rhetorical Criticism

Rhetorical Criticism

This course is designed to develop advanced analysis of communication artifacts using rhetorical theory. The course discusses and makes use of rhetorical theorists from classical and contemporary traditions to better understand cultural artifacts from various contexts. Application to various non-communication related fields will be explored. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
COM405 AE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Romo, Sandra Jean
Fall 2016
COM405 CE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Romo, Sandra Jean
Spring 2018
COM405 AE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Global Digital Engagement

Global Digital Engagement

In this course students will analyze and evaluate the historical, economic, social, cultural, and political forces of globalization in the context of media. A strong focus will be on modern and contemporary world cultures and on current issues in the globalization of media forms and information technologies. Historical contexts and pressures at work within the contested terrain of globalism will be examined. Students will understand the development of global communication and media networks as these have evolved, expanded, and make up globalization. In addition, students will closely examine the role of digital media and global engagement. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Spring 2017
COM420 AE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Romo, Sandra Jean
Fall 2017
COM420 AE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
COM420 AE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Organizational Communication

Organizational Communication

Examination of the nature and process of communication in modern organizations, including theories, change strategies, internal personnel relations, and conflict management, as they relate to organizational cultures. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
COM425 BE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Hayden, Robert D.
Spring 2017
COM425 AE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Hayden, Robert D.
Summer 2017
COM425 AE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
COM425 BE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Communication Research & Methods

Communication Research & Methods

Explores basic methodologies of communication research, including experiments, surveys, focus groups, field observations, content analysis, and rhetorical and critical analyses. These methodologies and the theoretical and ethical assumptions underpinning them are examined as ways of posing questions and getting answers about human communication. Each student will write papers based on a research project including problem definition, literature review, data gathering and analysis and reporting. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2017
COM430 AE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Communication Theory & Applicatn (Graduate Level)

Communication Theory & Applicatn

This course provides a survey of theoretical perspectives on communication including a broad history of milestones and current theoretical models. This course is designed to expose students to communication theory through readings, discussion, research, and writing. Students will learn how communication theories are developed, analyzed, evaluated and applied. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
COM505 AE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Romo, Sandra Jean
Fall 2017
COM505 AE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Communicatn Research & Evaluatn (Graduate Level)

Communicatn Research & Evaluatn

Students will learn research, design and strategy, including methods, experiments, content analysis, and focus groups. Students will also learn how to identify problems in research methods and evaluate current research about these problems. This course will provide students with basic tools to conduct their own research. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
COM510 AE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Romo, Sandra Jean
Spring 2017
COM510 AE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Tingle, Melissa Naomi
Summer 2017
COM510 BE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
COM510 AE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
COM510 AE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
COM510 BE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Strategic Communicatn & Leadrshp (Graduate Level)

Strategic Communicatn & Leadrshp

Students enrolled in this course will learn leadership theories as they relate to strategic communication. The course reviews methods and practices and provides a framework for evaluating communication research in strategic communication campaigns. Students will learn to use social media tools and techniques and leadership theories including team building, servant leadership and transformational leadership. Students will create communication plans for conflict resolution in businesses and non-profits. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
COM520 AE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Pearson, MaryAnn
Fall 2017
COM520 AE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Media Effcts on Cmmnctn Behavior (Graduate Level)

Media Effcts on Cmmnctn Behavior

This course will explore media?s social, political and cultural effects. Media including those who produce it have the power to influence society. Students will be able to critically approach media effects theory and understand how media influences people. This course will focus on the complex interrelationships between consumption of media content and the motives beliefs, feelings, and behaviors of people. Students will also critically analyze theories and apply them to current media coverage and think about the future of media effects. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
COM525 AE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Romo, Sandra Jean
Fall 2017
COM525 AE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Rhetorical Crtcsm & Cntmpry Cltr (Graduate Level)

Rhetorical Crtcsm & Cntmpry Cltr

Students will explore the purpose of rhetorical criticism including the various ways to practice rhetorical criticism as it applies to contemporary culture. Students will learn the role of the critical act in culture and society. Students will learn that rhetorical criticism is a method of inquiry and way in which we can view discourse. Students will learn various models used in rhetorical criticism, be familiar with seminal exemplars of criticism and develop their own skills as critics. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Summer 2017
COM530 AE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
COM530 AE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Risk Communication (Graduate Level)

Risk Communication

This course will provide an understanding of communication professional?s responsibilities regarding health and how they can create and implement communication plans related to either possible or actual hazards. Students will examine how risk and crisis communication research applies to the information learned. In addition the course will cover extensive health communication research, and the ethical role Christian communication specialist have in this age of instant, digital information. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Spring 2017
COM535 AE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Romo, Sandra Jean
Spring 2018
COM535 AE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Global Intercultural Communicatn (Graduate Level)

Global Intercultural Communicatn

This course will provide an understanding of the meaning and importance of intercultural communication as it applies to individuals, groups, organizations, and nations. Students examine the meaning of ?culture? and how ?culture? can affect personal, national, and international understanding and communication, beliefs, and behaviors. Students will investigate the various ways in which cultures differ and the necessity of understanding and respecting other cultures. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Spring 2017
COM550 AE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Romo, Sandra Jean
Spring 2018
COM550 AE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Communication in the Digital Age (Graduate Level)

Communication in the Digital Age

This course will examine the shift from print to digital media as an ever-evolving phenomenon. The impact of new communication technologies, changed political mobilization, and social networks. Students will gain an understanding of analyses applied to digital communication and apply methodologies to contemporary questions about media, technology, sociality, and society in a variety of settings. Students will establish both theoretical and experiential foundations for making personal decisions and judgments regarding the relationship between mediated communication and community including the Christian community. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Spring 2017
COM555 AE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Romo, Sandra Jean
Spring 2018
COM555 AE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Communication Ethics (Graduate Level)

Communication Ethics

This course is an extensive study of the philosophy and practice of ethics in communication. Students will learn to analyze and evaluate ethical problems and gain skills to approach these situations with honesty, sincerity, and confidence. Special emphasis is given to ethical behavior for communication in the digital age. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Summer 2017
COM560 AE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
COM560 AE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Communication Project (Graduate Level)

Communication Project

Students will write a 25-page paper that identifies a communication theory in practice as observed in a case study. This cohesive paper is driven by theory and practices learned through the course work. A minimum of four of the courses content areas should be reflected in the paper. The paper will be defended before a panel of faculty members. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
COM565 AE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Romo, Sandra Jean
Spring 2017
COM565 AE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Romo, Sandra Jean
Summer 2017
COM565 BE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
COM565 AE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
COM565 AE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
COM565 BE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Info Systems Essentials

Info Systems Essentials

This is an introduction to the essential computer tools used in a modern information society. Students will examine the historical development of information tools and demonstrate understanding of these information tools by completing a series of projects on the computer. Students will be introduced to five of the Microsoft Office suite application packages: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook and Access. In addition, they will receive an introduction to WebPages design. Students will be expected to demonstrate integration of these packages by the end of the course. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
CIS265 FE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Vodicska, Lesley Nicole
Fall 2016
CIS265 GE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Mc Elyea, Lou Ann
Fall 2016
CIS265 AE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Figueroa, Bethany Jane
Fall 2016
CIS265 BE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Ardito, Richard James
Fall 2016
CIS265 DE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Gonzalez, Christina Maria
Fall 2016
CIS265 HE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Figueroa, Bethany Jane
Fall 2016
CIS265 CE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Vodicska, Lesley Nicole
Spring 2017
CIS265 FE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Vodicska, Lesley Nicole
Spring 2017
CIS265 BE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Jernejcic, Thomas
Spring 2017
CIS265 AE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Jernejcic, Thomas
Spring 2017
CIS265 DE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Jernejcic, Thomas
Spring 2017
CIS265 CE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Vodicska, Lesley Nicole
Summer 2017
CIS265 BE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2017
CIS265 AE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2017
CIS265 DE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
CIS265 BE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
CIS265 AE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
CIS265 DE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
CIS265 CE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
CIS265 BE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
CIS265 AE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
CIS265 CE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
CIS265 DE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
CIS265 BE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
CIS265 AE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
CIS265 CE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
CIS265 DE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Business IT Application

Business IT Application

This course will develop essential math and computer skills necessary to support the student's integration into the business program. Students will be introduced to the Microsoft Office suite application packages: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook. In addition, they will reinforce essential math skills that support upper division requirements and integrate with computer software applications. Students will be expected to demonstrate integration of the math and software skills by the end of the course. Prerequisite: MAT 115 or STA 144. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
CIS270 BE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Minesinger, Kenneth W.
Fall 2016
CIS270 AE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Ardito, Richard James
Fall 2016
CIS270 DE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Dunbar, Scott Edward
Fall 2016
CIS270 CE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Jernejcic, Thomas
Spring 2017
CIS270 AE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Shields, Robert Corwin
Spring 2017
CIS270 CE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Dunbar, Scott Edward
Summer 2017
CIS270 AE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2017
CIS270 CE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
CIS270 AE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
CIS270 CE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
CIS270 DE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
CIS270 AE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
CIS270 BE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
CIS270 CE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
CIS270 DE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
CIS270 BE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
CIS270 AE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
CIS270 CE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Enterprise Architecture

Enterprise Architecture

Alignment of business and technology models is a tactical business objective that supports all business strategies meant to improve the value chain in service-driven organizations. The focus of enterprise architectures is to facilitate this alignment by identifying the main components of an organization or a sub-set of it (such as its information systems), and the ways in which these components work together. The components include staff, business processes, technology, information, as well as financial and other resources. This course gives an introduction to enterprise architecture frameworks (EAFS) that may be used to catalog and document enterprise components to help inform, guide, and constrain choices in business/is/ it solutions development. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
CIT320 AE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Elder, Nelson
Spring 2018
CIT320 AE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Project Management

Project Management

The students will learn the theoretical and practical aspects of project management. Topics include organizational theory, group behavior, project management skills, case studies, personal and group productivity tools, management of distributed work, stakeholders, consultants, and knowledge management. Students will also learn software development team configuration and maintenance; software project documentation; communication in a software project (reporting and presentations); project management tools; advanced life cycle models; measurement, metrics and control; testing; systems integration; maintenance; systems development automation. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
CIT330 AE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Jernejcic, Thomas
Fall 2016
CIT330 BE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Jernejcic, Thomas
Spring 2018
CIT330 BE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
CIT330 AE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
System Analysis and Design

System Analysis and Design

This course begins with business functional analysis and ends with object oriented information systems design. Students are introduced to tools and techniques enabling effective analysis, design and documentation of an information system. The student learns formal methodologies that form the basis of object-oriented systems engineering practices. Models that focus on the articulation of business functions, integrating process, data and behavioral abstractions form the core of formal methods in systems development using the unified modeling language (UML). (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
CIT340 BE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Jernejcic, Thomas
Fall 2016
CIT340 AE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Baumgardner, Waylon
Spring 2018
CIT340 BE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Foundations of Information Systm

Foundations of Information Systm

This course provides an understanding of information systems and their use in achieving strategic advantage in business practice. This class explores the technology itself, focusing on the primary business application of the technology, what problems it can address, and the organizational importance of these systems for remaining competitive in a global economy. Students will become familiar with the wide range of business processes that must be managed effectively for success. The class demonstrates the many types of information systems supporting business processes and a study of how technology, especially information technology, can be used as an essential component of linking technology policy with corporate strategy and identifying technology options that will ensure the most effective execution of organizational strategy. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
CIT350 AE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Jernejcic, Thomas
Fall 2017
CIT350 AE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
CIT350 AE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Legal & Ethical Practices in IT

Legal & Ethical Practices in IT

This course offers extensive and topical coverage of the legal, ethical, and societal implications of information technology. Students will learn about issues such as file sharing, infringement of intellectual property, security risks, internet crime, identity theft, employee surveillance, privacy, compliance, social networking, and ethics of it corporations. Students will gain an excellent foundation in ethical decision making for current and future business managers and it professionals. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2017
CIT360 AE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Database Design & Processing

Database Design & Processing

This course is a comprehensive introduction to data management in organizations. It establishes the data management foundation for the computing major. Topics include conceptual and logical data modeling, entity relationship and relational data modeling, and database design and implementation using the SQL programming language. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Spring 2017
CIT370 AE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Jernejcic, Thomas
Summer 2018
CIT370 AE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Computer & Network Security

Computer & Network Security

This course will provide the student with the knowledge of modern computer and network security procedures, the ability to recognize attacks, and best practices process countermeasures. Students will also learn how to process the authentication, identification, data secrecy, data integrity, authorization, access control, computer viruses, and general network security procedures. This course will also cover secure e-commerce and applications of public key methods, digital certificates, and credentials. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Summer 2017
CIT380 AE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Web Application Development

Web Application Development

The course will introduce concepts in programming web application servers. We will study of the fundamental architectural elements of programming web sites that produce content dynamically. The primary technology introduced will be java servlets and java server pages (JSPS), but we will also cover the related topics as necessary so that students may build significant applications. Such topics include: http; html and xml; JavaBeans; design patterns (e.g., abstract factories and model-view-controller); tag libraries (JSTL); relational databases (MYSQL/JDBC); object-relation mapping tools; security (including SSL); Ajax; web services (SOAP/WSDL/UDDI); frameworks; internationalization; scalability and performance issues. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Summer 2017
CIT440 AE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
E-Commerce Systems Development

E-Commerce Systems Development

This course introduces students to the fundamentals of microsoft.net framework, the asp.net web development environment, and c# programming. It also covers xml web services, SQL server database and Microsoft web server iis (internet information services). Students study how to develop powerful web sites and web applications that access databases using dynamic, server-side programming in c#. They also learn how to deploy such applications over various servers. Prerequisite: CIT440. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Summer 2017
CIT450 AE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Business Networking

Business Networking

Provides students with the ability to assess the it needs of an organization and select, develop, integrate, and administer the appropriate solution. Specifically, students will be proficient in the technical aspects of a network, including installation, maintenance, monitoring, resource management, user management, and performance issues; have working knowledge in common operating systems including installation, configuration, scripting, user and resource management, troubleshooting and the use of common system utilities; and they will be able to evaluate, analyze, design, manage, administer and troubleshoot networks. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Spring 2017
CIT460 AE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Baumgardner, Waylon
Summer 2018
CIT460 AE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Advanced Business Networking

Advanced Business Networking

Students will acquire the ability to assess the IT needs of an organization and select, develop, integrate, and administer appropriate solutions. Specifically, students will be proficient in the technical aspects of wireless networking, network operating systems, in-depth TCP/IP networking, voice and video over IP, network security, troubleshooting network problems ensuring integrity and availability, and network management. Prerequisite: CIT 460. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Spring 2017
CIT465 AE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Jernejcic, Thomas
Summer 2018
CIT465 AE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Information Processing Systems

Information Processing Systems

Todays organizations are complex system spanning a variety of corporate functions aimed at achieving a range of objectives. Its environment is subject to globalization and to the effects of the era of information. Its management is therefore exposed to a formidable task of analyzing huge amounts of time-critical information and, nonetheless, it is expected to always make the right decisions at the right times. Conveniently, a range of technologies and products cumulatively known as business intelligence (BI) come to the rescue. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
CIT470 AE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Jernejcic, Thomas
Spring 2017
CIT470 AE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Jernejcic, Thomas
Summer 2017
CIT470 AE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
CIT470 AE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
CIT470 AE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
CIT470 AE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Introduction to Criminal Justice

Introduction to Criminal Justice

A survey of the U.S. system of criminal justice. The history and philosophy of criminal justice administration in America, description of its social and political institutions, and overviews of major issues in the discipline are covered. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
CJS113 BE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Kling, Mark P.
Spring 2017
CJS113 AE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Kling, Mark P.
Summer 2017
CJS113 AE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
CJS113 AE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
CJS113 KE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
CJS113 BE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
CJS113 AE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fundamentals of Criminal Law

Fundamentals of Criminal Law

Nature of criminal law and its philosophical and historical development; major definitions and concepts; classification of crime; elements of crimes and penalties using California and federal statutes as illustrations; defenses to criminal responsibility; criminal responsibility. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Summer 2017
CJS301 AE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Ethics for Law Enforcement

Ethics for Law Enforcement

A traditional exploration of the field of law enforcement ethics, which broadly encompasses the history of justice and theories of morality and ethics from antiquity to the modern age. It will also cover the ethical problems unique to law enforcement such as "shoot - no shoot" scenarios, the use of force in general, racial profiling and hate crimes, opportunities for corruption in the context of the War on Drugs, and various other law enforcement issues. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Spring 2017
CJS304 AE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Doyle, James F
Spring 2017
CJS304 BE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Leach, Gary
Summer 2018
CJS304 AE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Minorities & Crim Justice Sys

Minorities & Crim Justice Sys

Students will critically examine the charges of direct and indirect institutional racism within the totality of the criminal justice system. Students will also analyze society's response to crime, cultural, economic and political differences. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2017
CJS341 AE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Emergency Management

Emergency Management

This course will cover the principles of emergency management as practiced in the state of California, as well as the County, State and Federal Government. Chief components of the course are the establishment of protocols and procedures, planning and preparedness, intergovernmental responsibilities, developing a response, and mitigating disasters and recovery. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Summer 2017
CJS350 AE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Information Management

Information Management

This course examines the use of technology in the management of criminal justice data and systems. The course studies trends in the use of modern technology in the administration of management and personnel data. Lastly, the course examines potential unintended consequences of the use of technology in criminal justice management. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Summer 2017
CJS355 AE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Hist Perspect of Crimnl Justice

Hist Perspect of Crimnl Justice

The course offers an introduction to the historical study of crime and the administration of justice throughout human history, especially in the United States. The course highlights both changes in criminal behavior and the different ways that societies have sought to deter, punish and rehabilitate. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2017
CJS360 AE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Crime and Delinquency

Crime and Delinquency

A study of the traditional and theoretical schools of criminology. Theories relating to individual abnormality and theories relating to cultural influences are examined. Theories of the causes of delinquency and data on delinquent behavior including gangs, minor and major criminal actions, and methods of correction are also covered. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
CJS401 CE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Wynn, Christopher K.
Fall 2016
CJS401 BE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Leach, Gary
Spring 2018
CJS401 CE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
CJS401 BE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Terrorism & Homeland Security

Terrorism & Homeland Security

This course will cover the detailed study of terrorism, counter terrorism, terrorist personalities, and terrorist groups, including types, tactics, and trends on a worldwide scale as well as domestically. The course also examines the unique challenges posed by the government's war on terrorism and commitment to homeland security. The issues of prevention, civil liberties, and nation building will be examined. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
CJS472 CE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Wynn, Christopher K.
Fall 2016
CJS472 BE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Leach, Gary
Spring 2018
CJS472 CE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
CJS472 BE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Methods of Research in Crim Just

Methods of Research in Crim Just

The course examines scientific approaches to the study of criminal justice. Students will learn how to research and study crime using the scientific method. Students will be exposed to various research methods and designs, which will be illustrated with criminological examples and exercises. Finally, the students will calculate and interpret measures of central tendency, dispersion, and association. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Spring 2017
CJS485 BE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Kircher, Patricia L.
Spring 2017
CJS485 AE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Garubo, Raymond Charles
Summer 2018
CJS485 AE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Comparative Criminal Justice

Comparative Criminal Justice

The functions, institutions, and operations of U.S. and foreign criminal justice systems are compared. Comparisons are made between countries similar to the U.S., such as Canada and Great Britain, as well as those which are quite different, such as Asian or Arabic countries. The underlying concepts of law enforcement, judicial and correctional processes will be studied in current and historic perspectives. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
CJS497 BE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Kling, Mark P.
Fall 2016
CJS497 CE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Kling, Mark P.
Spring 2018
CJS497 CE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
CJS497 BE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Hist & Politics of Disab Policy (Graduate Level)

Hist & Politics of Disab Policy

This course includes a survey of disability studies with a focus on theoretical questions of how societies create understandings of impairments and what the consequences are for individuals and communities. Prerequisite: DSS 501. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Spring 2017
DSS507 BE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A McNair, Jeff L
Disability Ministry (Graduate Level)

Disability Ministry

This course includes a biblically-based examination of the theory, theology, development, curriculum, and logistics of ministry to persons with disabilities and their families. Students also consider church structures and practices as they relate to people with disabilities. Prerequisite: DSS 520. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Spring 2017
DSS527 AE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Social Role Valor & Human Suppor (Graduate Level)

Social Role Valor & Human Suppor

Students pursue an in-depth study of social role valorization as a foundational principle in disability studies and human supports. Major foci include ideas of "wounding;" the impact of social role theory; and understanding the impact of interventions, attitudes, and perceptions on devalued people. Prerequisites: DSS 501 and 503. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
DSS543 AE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A McNair, Jeff L
Disability Policy (Graduate Level)

Disability Policy

This course focuses on legislation, litigation, and administrative foundations for the provision of services to persons with disabilities. Topics include the development of rights and civil protections in the USA, advocacy, and policy formulation and establishment. Prerequisite: DSS 509. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Spring 2017
DSS545 AE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A McNair, Jeff L
Cog Dev Inf/Early Child

Cog Dev Inf/Early Child

This course describes how the cognitive processes of thought, perception, attention, and problem-solving develop in infants and young children. Students will have the opportunity to explore the value of active learning in the development of knowledge, the specific ways in which children construct knowledge, and the theoretical models that support cognitive development at home and in school. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
ECH320 AE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Crist, Mary F.
Fall 2016
ECH320 FE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Purper, Cammy
Fall 2016
ECH320 CE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Purper, Cammy
Summer 2017
ECH320 CE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
ECH320 DE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
ECH320 CE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
ECH320 AE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Percept-Motor Dev Inf/Early Chld

Percept-Motor Dev Inf/Early Chld

This course explores the concept of active learning and its importance to children's construction of knowledge through perception and movement, essentials of every learning experience. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Spring 2017
ECH340 BE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2017
ECH340 AE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Chelette, Linda G
Fall 2017
ECH340 BE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
ECH340 AE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
ECH340 AE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Soc & Emotional Dev Inf/Early Ch

Soc & Emotional Dev Inf/Early Ch

This course introduces students to the process through which a child develops a sense of self within a socio-cultural system. Students will learn the significance of a supportive interpersonal environment for personality development. They will evaluate theories of emotional and personality development in infants and young children. They will describe the effects of social and emotional development on learning. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
ECH350 DE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Pryfogle, Pam
Fall 2016
ECH350 BE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Purper, Cammy
Summer 2017
ECH350 AE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
ECH350 DE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
ECH350 CE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
ECH350 BE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Early Childhood Curriculum

Early Childhood Curriculum

This course provides an introduction to the theory and practice of curriculum development in early childhood educational settings. Students will examine the principles involved in planning, implementing and evaluating developmentally appropriate curriculum in all developmental domains. Course content will emphasize the teacher?s role in providing educational experiences that foster optimal growth and development of the individual child. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Spring 2017
ECH360 BE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2017
ECH360 AE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Purper, Cammy
Fall 2017
ECH360 AE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
ECH360 AE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Assess Young Child w/Disability

Assess Young Child w/Disability

Assessment procedures for use with infants, toddlers, and preschool children with disabilities. Includes information on basic assessment issues and concerns, specialized assessment instruments for particular developmental domains, and recommended procedures for assessing young children with mild to moderate disabilities. Students will become familiar with a wide range of assessment approaches and understand how assessment results can be used in curriculum planning and program evaluation for general and special education. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Spring 2017
ECH365 BE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2017
ECH365 AE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Purper, Cammy
Fall 2017
ECH365 AE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
ECH365 AE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spiritual Dvlpmnt/Young Children

Spiritual Dvlpmnt/Young Children

This course will explore spiritual development in young children from a biblical perspective including the role of Scripture in spiritual formation. Students will learn how to facilitate effectively the spiritual growth of children through a comprehensive understanding of the process of spiritual formation. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
ECH370 AE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Crist, Mary F.
Summer 2017
ECH370 AE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
ECH370 AE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Early Inter:Early Child Spec Edu

Early Inter:Early Child Spec Edu

Students will reflect on current trends and research in early intervention, including instructional content and practice for young children with disabilities. Students will apply and synthesize knowledge of early childhood intervention practice and research through analysis of videotapes and case studies as well as field work experiences. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Spring 2017
ECH375 AE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Purper, Cammy
Fall 2017
ECH375 AE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
ECH375 AE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Thry&MdlsUndrstndBhvrYngChldWDis

Thry&MdlsUndrstndBhvrYngChldWDis

Students will examine theories of learning as they apply in special education, particularly as they apply to behavior management in young children with disabilities. Principles of applied behavior analysis will be used in a case study. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
ECH385 AE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Purper, Cammy
Summer 2017
ECH385 AE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
ECH385 AE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Lrng Envrnmnt Yng Child w/Disabi

Lrng Envrnmnt Yng Child w/Disabi

Students will investigate learning environments for young children including home learning, hospital intervention programs, childcare centers, public school environments, and residential programs. They will examine the characteristics of model learning environments and how to plan for non-disabled children as well as children with various types of disabilities. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
ECH395 CE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Oliver, Trudy Jo
Fall 2016
ECH395 AE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Purper, Cammy
Summer 2017
ECH395 AE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
ECH395 AE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Conslt&Collbrt Erly Child Interv

Conslt&Collbrt Erly Child Interv

Students will examine the role of the early childhood intervention specialist as a member of interdisciplinary teams through readings, observations, interviews with professionals and family members. They will acquire skills in working with interdisciplinary team members. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Spring 2017
ECH415 AE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Purper, Cammy
Fall 2017
ECH415 AE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
ECH415 AE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Cross Cltre Perspct Child Disabl

Cross Cltre Perspct Child Disabl

Students will investigate how issues of culture affect beliefs and relationships among professionals and families with young children including children with disabilities and how multiple perspectives can affect child outcomes. Students will choose an area of interest to investigate using problem-based learning and present the result of their research to class members. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
ECH435 AE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Crist, Mary F.
Summer 2017
ECH435 AE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
ECH435 AE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
STEM Integrated with the Arts

STEM Integrated with the Arts

This course will provide an introduction to the theory and practice of curriculum development in Pre-K settings with a specific focus on STEM integrated with the Arts. Students will learn how to design, implement and evaluate developmentally appropriate programming (DAP) as well as the educator's responsibility in providing experiences that cultivate development of the whole child. Prerequisite: ECH 320, 340, 350. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Spring 2017
ECH440 AE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Purper, Cammy
Fall 2017
ECH440 AE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
ECH440 AE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Resrch Seminar Erly Child Interv

Resrch Seminar Erly Child Interv

Students will gain understanding of research in the area of early childhood intervention. Using the topic of inclusion as a focus, students will read and critique research in the areas of special education policy, professionals' beliefs and relationships, family concerns, issues of culture, and child outcomes. In addition student will write an integrative research review in an area of interest, and they will orally present their review to class members. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Spring 2017
ECH455 AE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Purper, Cammy
Fall 2017
ECH455 BE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
ECH455 AE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
ECH455 AE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Adult Supervision

Adult Supervision

This course is a study of the methods and principles of supervising teachers, assistant teachers, student teachers, parents and volunteers in early childhood/child development classrooms. Emphasis is on the role of administrators and classroom teachers who function as mentors to new personnel while simultaneously addressing the needs of administrative concerns, other staff, children and parents. Practical experience is attained in verbal and written communication. Attention is given to the role of communication as the conduit for establishing good interpersonal relations. This course is designed to be in alignment with the California Child Development Permit training requirements which state a Master Teacher must have a minimum of 2 units in adult supervision. Prerequisite: ECH 320, 340, and 350. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
ECH460 AE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Purper, Cammy
Summer 2017
ECH460 AE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
ECH460 AE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Admin Early Childhood Prgrms I

Admin Early Childhood Prgrms I

This course involves an introduction to management skills and administrative responsibilities pertaining to the successful operation of care and educational environments for early childhood programs. Emphasis is on the administration of programs for infants, toddlers, preschool, and school-age children. Content areas include: child/program development, adult supervision and management, family and community relationships, human resources development, business/fiscal management, and technological skill development. This course satisfies the Child Development Permit Requirement for Site Supervisor and Program Director Levels. Pre- or Co-requisite: ECH 460. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Spring 2017
ECH461 AE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Oliver, Trudy Jo
Fall 2017
ECH461 AE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
ECH461 AE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Admin Early Childhood Prgms II

Admin Early Childhood Prgms II

This course examines the dynamics of management behavior and responsibilities, and the communication process within the organization. It includes the essentials of curriculum design, and its implementation and maintenance through systems of professional staff accountability. Quality program standards are reviewed and their link to professional growth planning and development are addressed. Presented as the foundation for effective management is skill building in leadership, team work, time management, sensitivity toward diversity, and advocating for the principles of developmentally appropriate practices. This course satisfies the Child Development Permit Requirement for Site Supervisor and Program Director Levels. Prerequisite: ECH 461. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Spring 2017
ECH462 AE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Oliver, Trudy Jo
Fall 2017
ECH462 AE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
ECH462 AE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
School/Family & Comm Partnership (Graduate Level)

School/Family & Comm Partnership

This course will examine family, community, societal, and cultural influences on children's schooling and learning and explore ways to create partnerships to support families and children. Emphasis is on the development of strategies for integrating family members and community resources into the learning process and addressing and overcoming barriers to partnerships. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Spring 2017
ECH530 AE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Crist, Mary F.
Spring 2018
ECH530 AE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Ldrshp Suprvsn Early Chld Setngs (Graduate Level)

Ldrshp Suprvsn Early Chld Setngs

This course will explore the early childhood administrator's role in staff development and human relations, including recruitment, hiring, retaining, training supporting and evaluation of personnel. This course will examine the importance of developing a program philosophy as well as the multi-level functions of supervision with an emphasis on understanding teacher development and reflective practice. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Spring 2017
ECH535 AE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Pryfogle, Pam
Spring 2018
ECH535 AE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Early Chldhd Literacy & Lang Dev (Graduate Level)

Early Chldhd Literacy & Lang Dev

This course will review significant research and theory regarding language acquisition and literacy skills in the early childhood period. Current instructional and assessment strategies for early literacy and language development in young children, including the bilingual child, will be explored. Techniques for involving and educating families will be investigated. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Summer 2017
ECH540 AE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
ECH540 AE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Adv Studies in Early Chldhod Dev (Graduate Level)

Adv Studies in Early Chldhod Dev

This course reviews theory and critical research relating to prenatal development through age eight. Classic theory and current literature concerning development in physical, cognitive, language, social and emotional domains will be examined. Students will analyze connections between critical theories, research, and best practices in early childhood programs. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Summer 2017
ECH545 AE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
ECH545 AE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Early Chldhd Prog Dev & Evaltn (Graduate Level)

Early Chldhd Prog Dev & Evaltn

The course will examine the process of program development, evaluation, and improvement in the early childhood setting with a focus on industry standards and best practice. Students will be introduced to measurement tools such as the Environment Rating Scales (ECERS), NAEYC Accreditation criteria, and the Program Administrators Scale (PAS). Students will utilize common assessments to develop action plans, and integrate their knowledge and understanding of program development and evaluation by creating a proposal for an early childhood program. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Spring 2017
ECH550 AE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Wild, Margaret N.
Spring 2018
ECH550 AE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Intro to Educational Leadership (Graduate Level)

Intro to Educational Leadership

This course equips students to lead from multiple theories and establish best practices in educational leadership and introduces students to the ethical, legal, fiscal and administrative knowledge and skills required for effective school leadership. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Spring 2017
EDL530 AE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Hovey, Mitchell R.
Spring 2018
EDL530 AE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Program Evaluation & Development (Graduate Level)

Program Evaluation & Development

This course equips students with the knowledge and skills to lead comprehensive curricular program improvement. Students will develop strategies and techniques that use data to identify and assess areas for instructional improvement, design and implement plans to improve instruction for all students and develop systems for ongoing program improvement. Prerequisite: Declared Educational Leadership for Public Institutions Specialization or Educational Leadership Specialization. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Spring 2017
EDL534 AE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Hovey, Mitchell R.
Spring 2018
EDL534 AE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
School Law and Finance (Graduate Level)

School Law and Finance

This course equips students with the necessary knowledge of the laws and finance affecting students and schools and skills for implementing the law and developing and managing the school budget. Attention is given to role of the school administrator as a leader and manager of legal, financial, physical and human resources and obligations. Prerequisite: Declared Educational Leadership for Public Institutions Specialization or Educational Leadership Specialization. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Summer 2017
EDL556 AE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
EDL556 AE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Gvrnnce/Plcy/Cmmnty Rltns (Graduate Level)

Gvrnnce/Plcy/Cmmnty Rltns

This course equips candidates with the knowledge and skills that build productive relationships with various school constituents and mobilize necessary resources for all students to achieve. Candidates examine the relationships between national, state, and local political systems and the governance of public school systems and learn strategies for developing a school-community relations program. Prerequisite: Declared Educational Leadership for Public Institutions Specialization or Educational Leadership Specialization. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Summer 2017
EDL558 AE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
EDL558 AE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
School Site Ldrshp/Org Dvlpmt (Graduate Level)

School Site Ldrshp/Org Dvlpmt

This capstone course requires that candidates demonstrate mastery of the knowledge and skills required of ethical school site leaders. In addition, candidates integrate and synthesize knowledge and skills from previous courses in the administrative program into a coherent and comprehensive model to refine and guide their leadership practices. Prerequisite: Declared Educational Leadership for Public Institutions Specialization or Educational Leadership Specialization. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
EDL560 AE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Hovey, Mitchell R.
Spring 2017
EDL560 AE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Hovey, Mitchell R.
Summer 2017
EDL560 AE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
EDL560 AE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
EDL560 AE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
EDL560 AE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
American Public School

American Public School

Exploring the educational paradigm historically and philosophically, students survey curriculum practices, teacher effectiveness, learner needs of the public schools, and classroom management to understand the challenges of teaching today. Emphasis is placed upon cultural diversity and a dynamic society. Cultural Plunge plus ten hours of fieldwork are required. A certificate of clearance is required prior to engaging in fieldwork. Prerequisite for all other education courses. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
EDU300 AE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A McNair, Jeff L
Fall 2016
EDU300 BE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A McNair, Jeff L
Summer 2017
EDU300 AE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2017
EDU300 BE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
EDU300 BE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
EDU300 AE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Growth, Development & Learning

Growth, Development & Learning

This course is a study of human growth and development during the first two decades of life. Emphasis is placed on how teachers apply theoretical foundations of the learning process, cultural forces affecting behavior, testing, grouping of students, and inclusion. Fifteen (15) hours of required fieldwork. A certificate of clearance is required prior to engaging in fieldwork. Prerequisite for all other education courses. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Summer 2017
EDU302 BE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2017
EDU302 CE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2017
EDU302 DE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
EDU302 AE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
The Exceptional Child

The Exceptional Child

The nature, determinants, adjustments, and problems of persons who have cognitive gifts and talents, cognitive delays, physical disabilities, learning disabilities, and who have emotional or behavior disorders will be studied in conjunction with appropriate educational interventions in the mainstream classroom and other settings. The course will acquaint students with (a) characteristics and needs of children with disabilities that affect learning, (b) methods of assessing disabilities, (c) components of the Individual Education Program (IEP), (d) instructional strategies and material, (e) positive behavior support, (f) special needs of families of learners with disabilities, (g) agencies and professional supporting learners with disabilities, and (h) legislation, including Public Law 94-142, IDEA (Part B and Part H), the American Disabilities Act (ADA), and the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (?Section 504?), as well as subsequent amendments relevant to special education. Ten hours of fieldwork is required. A certificate of clearance is required prior to engaging in fieldwork. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
EDU341 BE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Crist, Mary F.
Spring 2017
EDU341 CE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Crist, Mary F.
Spring 2017
EDU341 AE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Crist, Mary F.
Spring 2017
EDU341 BE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A McNair, Jeff L
Summer 2017
EDU341 AE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
EDU341 AE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
EDU341 BE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
EDU341 BE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
EDU341 CE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
EDU341 AE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
EDU341 BE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Ldrship, Wrldviews & Cont Issues (Graduate Level)

Ldrship, Wrldviews & Cont Issues

Students will evaluate a range of contemporary issues related to education from different leadership and worldview perspectives and develop a worldview and leadership philosophy. Students are equipped with a foundational understanding of worldviews and leadership so as to be informed catalysts for change in education environments. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
EDU501 AE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Bowden, A. Greg
Fall 2016
EDU501 BE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Simnjanovski, Riste
Spring 2017
EDU501 AE Session 1
01/11/2017
05/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Cawthon, Sally E.
Fall 2017
EDU501 AE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Theories of Learning & Teaching (Graduate Level)

Theories of Learning & Teaching

Examination of principles of teaching that can be derived from psychological theories and research, including behavioral, cognitive, and social theories. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
EDU521 BE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Hovey, Mitchell R.
Fall 2016
EDU521 CE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Norwood, Kathryn
Fall 2016
EDU521 AE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Simnjanovski, Riste
Fall 2016
EDU521 DE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Pryfogle, Pam
Spring 2017
EDU521 AE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Hovey, Mitchell R.
Summer 2017
EDU521 BE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2017
EDU521 AE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
EDU521 AE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
EDU521 AE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
EDU521 AE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Curriculum Theory & Development (Graduate Level)

Curriculum Theory & Development

This course is an overview of curriculum from the societal level to the classroom level and the experiences of the learner. Provides opportunity to explore development of the school curricula, K-12; to examine philosophical bases for curriculum development; and to investigate procedures for organizing the curriculum for effective learning. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
EDU522 AE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Hovey, Mitchell R.
Fall 2016
EDU522 BE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Bowden, A. Greg
Fall 2016
EDU522 CE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Cawthon, Sally E.
Spring 2017
EDU522 AE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Farris, Shari L.
Summer 2017
EDU522 AE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
EDU522 AE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
EDU522 AE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Survey of Educational Research (Graduate Level)

Survey of Educational Research

An introduction to research methods in education. Provides opportunity to develop skill in interpreting research literature; to become acquainted with sources of research literature; to develop an understanding of the methodology of educational research; and to become a critical reader of research reports. An emphasis on the teacher as researcher will provide a basis for assignments. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
EDU525 BE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Norwood, Kathryn
Fall 2016
EDU525 AE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Norwood, Kathryn
Spring 2017
EDU525 BE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Norwood, Kathryn
Spring 2017
EDU525 CE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Norwood, Kathryn
Spring 2017
EDU525 DE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Reardon, Catheryn Lynn
Spring 2017
EDU525 AE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Crist, Mary F.
Summer 2017
EDU525 AE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
EDU525 CE Session 1
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
EDU525 AE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
EDU525 AE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
EDU525 AE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Applied Educational Research (Graduate Level)

Applied Educational Research

This course introduces the variety of the most common research design methods that are effective and appropriate for use in the educational setting to assess program effectiveness, student learning, intervention efficacy and the analysis of data. Candidates will develop skill in interpreting research literature; becoming acquainted with sources of research literature; developing an understanding of the methodology of educational research; becoming a critical reader of research reports; and gaining a basic knowledge of statistics. An emphasis on the teacher as a researcher will provide a basis for assignments. Students will design, research, and complete an action research project as the culminating assignment for EDU 526L, the accompanying lab course. This project may be a continuation of action research begun in EDU 524/524L. Prerequisite: Declared Educational Leadership for Public Institutions Specialization or Teaching and Learning Specialization. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
EDU526 AE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Norwood, Kathryn
Spring 2017
EDU526 BE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Norwood, Kathryn
Summer 2017
EDU526 AE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
EDU526 AE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
EDU526 CE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Intrnatl & Comparative Education (Graduate Level)

Intrnatl & Comparative Education

This course examines K-12 educational systems in the global society. Students will compare schooling in various societies and examine the history of their respective educational systems and how the systems were organized to meet the political, social and economic agenda of the 21st century. By examining different approaches to common problems, students will have a broad foundation upon which they can analyze and evaluate different strategies for problem solving educational issues. Students will develop their personal worldview of international education based on a Judeo-Christian worldview. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Summer 2017
EDU534 AE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2017
EDU534 BE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
EDU534 AE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
EDU534 AE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
EDU534 BE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
The Exceptional Child (Graduate Level)

The Exceptional Child

The nature, determinants, adjustments, and problems of persons who have cognitive gifts and talents, cognitive delays, physical disabilities, learning disabilities, and who have emotional or behavior disorders will be studied in conjunction with appropriate educational interventions in the mainstream classroom and other settings. The course will acquaint students with (a) characteristics and needs of children with disabilities that affect learning, (b) methods of assessing disabilities, (c) components of the Individual Education Program (IEP), (d) instructional strategies and materials including those appropriate for English language learners, (e) positive behavior support, (f) special needs of families of learners with disabilities, (g) agencies and professional supporting learners with disabilities, and (h) legislation, including Public Law 94-142, IDEA (Part B and Part H), the American Disabilities Act (ADA), and the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 ("Section 504"), as well as subsequent amendments relevant to special education. Ten hours of fieldwork is required. Approved by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing to meet requirements for the credential. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
EDU541 BG Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Crist, Mary F.
Spring 2017
EDU541 AG Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Crist, Mary F.
Spring 2017
EDU541 CG Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Crist, Mary F.
Spring 2017
EDU541 BG Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A McNair, Jeff L
Summer 2017
EDU541 AE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
EDU541 BG Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
EDU541 BG Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Personnel Leadership & Developmt (Graduate Level)

Personnel Leadership & Developmt

This course equips candidates with the knowledge and skills for attracting, selecting, developing, evaluating and retaining quality and competent faculty and staff. Students also develop competencies in managing employee problems and due process. Prerequisite EDL 530 and either Declared Educational Leadership for Public Institutions Specialization or Educational Leadership Specialization. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Spring 2017
EDU544 AE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Hovey, Mitchell R.
Spring 2018
EDU544 AE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Educational Computing - Level I

Educational Computing - Level I

A study of a variety of applications of computers within the curriculum to improve learning and educational opportunities. Includes software evaluation, selection, and use of various computer-based applications. Approved by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing to meet Level I requirements for a Preliminary Credential. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
ETC305 AE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Shields, Robert Corwin
Fall 2016
ETC305 BE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Davis, Torria Denise
Spring 2017
ETC305 AE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Shields, Robert Corwin
Summer 2017
ETC305 AE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
ETC305 AE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
ETC305 BE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
ETC305 BE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
ETC305 AE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
ETC305 AE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Educational Computing - Level I (Graduate Level)

Educational Computing - Level I

A study of a variety of applications of computers within the curriculum to improve learning and educational opportunitites. Includes software evaluation, selection, and use of various computer-based applications. Required as a prerequisite for all Education Technology Courses. This course is a prerequisite for all credential candidates. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
ETC505 AG Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Shields, Robert Corwin
Fall 2016
ETC505 BG Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Davis, Torria Denise
Summer 2017
ETC505 AG Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Indctn & Reflctve Coachng&TchngI (Graduate Level)

Indctn & Reflctve Coachng&TchngI

Candidates complete supervised field study of first year of approved Teaching Induction Program, practicum and directed teaching with students. They complete advanced field-based experiences of research, and application of learning/teaching principles with students in an approved classroom setting as well as supervised teaching experiences are assigned as appropriate. Evidence of satisfactory completion of first year induction program requirements is required to pass this course. Pass/Fail. Prerequisite: Enrollment in Commission approved teacher induction program.


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
GRS510 AE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Hovey, Mitchell R.
Fall 2016
GRS510 BE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Bowden, A. Greg
Spring 2017
GRS510 AE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Bowden, A. Greg
Spring 2017
GRS510 BE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Bowden, A. Greg
Summer 2017
GRS510 CE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2017
GRS510 AE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2017
GRS510 BE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
GRS510 AE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
GRS510 BE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
GRS510 AE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
GRS510 BE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
GRS510 AE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
GRS510 BE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Indctn&Reflctv Coachng&Tchng II (Graduate Level)

Indctn&Reflctv Coachng&Tchng II

Candidates complete supervised field study requirements for the second year in approved Teaching Induction Program, and practicum and directed teaching with students. They also complete advanced field-based experiences of research, and application of learning/teaching principles with students in an approved classroom setting. Evidence of eligibility to apply for the Clear Credential is required to pass this course. Pass/Fail. Prerequisite: Enrollment in second year of Commission approved teacher induction program.


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
GRS511 BE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Bowden, A. Greg
Spring 2017
GRS511 AE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Bowden, A. Greg
Spring 2017
GRS511 BE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Bowden, A. Greg
Summer 2017
GRS511 AE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2017
GRS511 BE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
GRS511 AE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
GRS511 BE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
GRS511 CE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
GRS511 AE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
GRS511 BE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
GRS511 AE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
GRS511 BE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Indctn & Reflctve Coachng& Adm I (Graduate Level)

Indctn & Reflctve Coachng& Adm I

Candidates complete supervised field study of first year of approved preliminary administrative services credential Induction Program in administration, practicum and directed mentoring from site principles. They complete advanced field-based experiences of research, and application of learning/leadership principles with current site administrators in an approved elementary public school setting as well as supervised leadership activities that are assigned as appropriate. Evidence of satisfactory completion of first year induction program requirements in the preliminary administrative services credential is required to pass this course. Pass/Fail. Prerequisite: Enrollment in Commission approved Induction Program.


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
GRS515 AE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Hovey, Mitchell R.
Indctn & Reflctve Coachng& AdmII (Graduate Level)

Indctn & Reflctve Coachng& AdmII

Candidates complete supervised field study of second year of approved preliminary administrative services credential Induction Program in administration, practicum and directed mentoring from site principles. They complete advanced field-based experiences of research, and application of learning/leadership principles with current site administrators in an approved secondary public school setting as well as supervised leadership activities that are assigned as appropriate. Evidence of satisfactory completion of first year induction program requirements in the preliminary administrative services credential is required to pass this course. Pass/Fail. Prerequisite: Enrollment in Commission approved Induction Program.


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Spring 2017
GRS516 AE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Bowden, A. Greg
Indctn & Reflctve Coachng&TchngI (Graduate Level)

Indctn & Reflctve Coachng&TchngI

Candidates complete supervised field study of first year of approved Teaching Induction Program in special education, practicum and directed teaching with students. They complete advanced field-based experiences of research, and application of learning/teaching principles with students in an approved special education classroom setting as well as supervised teaching experiences that are assigned as appropriate. Evidence of satisfactory completion of first year induction program requirements in special education is required to pass this course. Pass/Fail. Prerequisite: Enrollment in Commission approved teacher induction program in special education.


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Summer 2017
SPE510 AE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Indctn&Reflctv Coachng&Tchng II (Graduate Level)

Indctn&Reflctv Coachng&Tchng II

Candidates complete supervised field study requirements for the second year in approved Teaching Induction Program in special education, and practicum and directed teaching with students. They also complete advanced field-based experiences of research, and application of learning/teaching principles with students in an approved special education classroom setting. Evidence of eligibility to apply for the Clear Credential is required to pass this course. Pass/Fail. Prerequisite: Enrollment in second year of Commission approved teacher induction program in special education.


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2017
SPE511 AE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Critical Issues in Special Educa (Graduate Level)

Critical Issues in Special Educa

This course engages education leaders in an in-depth analysis of controversial issues in special and general education. It encourages active debate in three broad areas: 1) special education and society, social policy, and practice; 2) inclusion, philosophies, and epistemologies; and 3) issues about exceptionality and critical considerations about specific issues in the field. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2017
SPE540 AE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Intro Computer Programming C++

Intro Computer Programming C++

Introduction to computer science. Covers problem solving methods and algorithm development; modern programming methodologies; and fundamentals of high-level block structured language using C++. Prerequisite: MAT 115 and his/her demonstrable computer literacy. Prerequsite: EGR 181 or MAT 115. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2017
EGR121 AE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Data Structures

Data Structures

Develops discipline in program design, style, debugging, testing. Examines linked data structures, trees, introduction to graphs, and recursion. Prerequisite: CIS268 or EGR 121. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2017
EGR221 AE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Composition

Composition

This is a process-based writing class that focuses on academic writing, reading, and critical thinking as expressed in expository and analytical writing assignments through 5 to 7 substantial essays over the course of the semester. Develops fluency, coherence, style, effectiveness, and literary analysis. Students must pass this course with a C- or better to fulfill general competency requirements and to proceed to ENG 123. Prerequisite: ENG 103. Placement into this course is determined by ACT/SAT scores. Placement may be challenged by the Writing Placement Exam. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
ENG113 AE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
Hybrid
Mission Hall
Room 125
M
T
W
TH
F
S
6:00 -
7:50 PM
Bowley, Vanessa Lynn
Fall 2016
ENG113 BE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Sung, Tae
Fall 2016
ENG113 GE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Morris, Brian Richard
Fall 2016
ENG113 FE Session 1
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Alzen, Jessica L.
Fall 2016
ENG113 HE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Sung, Tae
Fall 2016
ENG113 CE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Sung, Tae
Spring 2017
ENG113 AE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Sung, Tae
Spring 2017
ENG113 CE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Sung, Tae
Summer 2017
ENG113 AE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2017
ENG113 DE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
ENG113 AE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
ENG113 BE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
ENG113 CE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
ENG113 DE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
ENG113 AE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
Hybrid
TBA
M
T
W
TH
F
S
6:00 -
7:50 PM
Staff
Spring 2018
ENG113 BE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
ENG113 CE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
ENG113 DE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
Hybrid
TBA
M
T
W
TH
F
S
6:00 -
7:50 PM
Staff
Summer 2018
ENG113 AE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
ENG113 BE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
ENG113 CE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
ENG113 DE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Intermediate Composition

Intermediate Composition

Continued practice in writing with emphasis on critical thinking, argument, analysis and interpretation of multicultural readings and other interdisciplinary expository materials. Includes the writing of a major research paper (or report) in addition to several shorter essays requiring various types of documentation. Fieldwork required. This course requires LiveText. Prerequisite: ENG 113 with a grade of C- or better unless the student has demonstrated writing competence through a written placement exam. Note: Students must successfully complete this course with a grade of C- or better to fulfill general education requirements and to begin any literature course. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
ENG123 AE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
Hybrid
Mission Hall
Room 125
M
T
W
TH
F
S
6:00 -
7:50 PM
Youngren, Selina Brigette
Fall 2016
ENG123 LE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Fisher, Erin Lynne
Fall 2016
ENG123 JE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A White, Guy E.
Fall 2016
ENG123 DE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Schneider, Thomas R.
Fall 2016
ENG123 BE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Cordes, David J.
Fall 2016
ENG123 CE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Flores, Ruth E.
Fall 2016
ENG123 GE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Schneider, Thomas R.
Fall 2016
ENG123 HE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Schneider, Thomas R.
Fall 2016
ENG123 KE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Fisher, Erin Lynne
Fall 2016
ENG123 ME Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Youngren, Selina Brigette
Fall 2016
ENG123 FE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Alzen, Jessica L.
Spring 2017
ENG123 LE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Sung, Tae
Spring 2017
ENG123 ME Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Sung, Tae
Spring 2017
ENG123 AE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Sung, Tae
Spring 2017
ENG123 CE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Flores, Ruth E.
Spring 2017
ENG123 JE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Flores, Ruth E.
Spring 2017
ENG123 NE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Youngren, Selina Brigette
Summer 2017
ENG123 BE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2017
ENG123 HE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
ENG123 BE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
ENG123 CE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
ENG123 DE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
ENG123 AE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
ENG123 FE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
ENG123 GE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
ENG123 HE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
ENG123 AE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
Hybrid
TBA
M
T
W
TH
F
S
6:00 -
7:50 PM
Staff
Spring 2018
ENG123 CE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
ENG123 DE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
ENG123 BE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
ENG123 FE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
Hybrid
TBA
M
T
W
TH
F
S
6:00 -
7:50 PM
Staff
Spring 2018
ENG123 GE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
ENG123 HE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
ENG123 AE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
ENG123 BE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
ENG123 CE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
ENG123 DE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
ENG123 FE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
ENG123 GE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
Hybrid
TBA
M
T
W
TH
F
S
6:00 -
7:50 PM
Staff
Summer 2018
ENG123 HE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
ENG123 IE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
ENG123 JE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
ENG123 KE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Intro to Literature

Intro to Literature

An intensive study of literary terminology and the major genres of American, British, European, and multicultural literature. Focuses on critical reading and intelligent appreciation of literature, and ways of writing about literature. Majors and minors should take this introduction course during their sophomore year as soon as they successfully complete ENG 123. Prerequisite: ENG 123. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
ENG201 AE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Schneider, Thomas R.
Spring 2017
ENG201 AE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Schneider, Thomas R.
Summer 2017
ENG201 AE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
ENG201 AE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
ENG201 AE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
ENG201 AE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Survey of British Literature I

Survey of British Literature I

Literature of Great Britain from the Middle Ages through the eighteenth century. Prerequisite: ENG 123. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Summer 2017
ENG213 AE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Survey of American Literature I

Survey of American Literature I

American literature from the Colonial Period to 1870. Prerequisite: ENG 123. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
ENG233 BE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Sung, Tae
Fall 2016
ENG233 AE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Sung, Tae
Spring 2018
ENG233 AE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Intro to Creative Writing

Intro to Creative Writing

This college level writing course is designed to introduce the creative writer to the literary genres, to encourage creativity, individuality, spontaneity and boldness for students in search of the writer within. The lecture/discussion is designed to encourage students to develop a writing voice and work toward a final project in one of the major genres. Prerequisite: ENG 123. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Spring 2017
ENG273 AE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Bartels, Gretchen C.
Summer 2018
ENG273 AE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Topics Wrld Lit

Topics Wrld Lit

An intensive study of a particular area of world literature in translation (e.g., Greek drama, or the literature of Existentialism). See the instructor for the area currently being studied. May be offered as a dual-language topic such as Latin American authors. Prerequisite: ENG 123. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Summer 2017
ENG303 AE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Multicultural Literature

Multicultural Literature

The literature of women and ethnic minorities. Recommended for Liberal Studies majors. Prerequisite: ENG 123. At least one literature survey course recommended. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
ENG313 AE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Sung, Tae
Spring 2017
ENG313 BE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Sung, Tae
Fall 2017
ENG313 BE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
ENG313 BE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
18th/19th Century British Poetry

18th/19th Century British Poetry

Neoclassical, Romantic, and Victorian literature in historical context. Prerequisite: ENG 123. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2017
ENG343 AE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Rsrch & Writing in Lit/Lang

Rsrch & Writing in Lit/Lang

Introduction to research topics, methods, and materials in the field of language and literature for application in a series of scholarly papers and presentations of various types and lengths. Prerequisite: ENG 123. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
ENG350 AE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Bartels, Gretchen C.
Spring 2017
ENG350 AE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Bartels, Gretchen C.
Summer 2017
ENG350 AE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
ENG350 AE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
ENG350 AE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
ENG350 AE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Intro to Children's Literature

Intro to Children's Literature

An introduction to the study of a wide variety of children?s literature, including picture books, novels, poetry, and folklore. Focus on critical analysis of texts, employing a variety of literary theoretical perspectives, close readings, and contemporary research. Also examines the historical constructions of childhood, uses within the elementary classroom, and social response to children?s literature. Meets the Liberal Studies requirement for Children?s literature. Prerequisite: ENG 123. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
ENG353 BE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Schneider, Thomas R.
Fall 2016
ENG353 DE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Bartels, Gretchen C.
Spring 2017
ENG353 DE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Cordes, David J.
Spring 2017
ENG353 AE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Schneider, Thomas R.
Spring 2017
ENG353 CE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Schneider, Thomas R.
Summer 2017
ENG353 BE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2017
ENG353 DE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
ENG353 BE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
ENG353 AE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
ENG353 FE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
ENG353 DE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
ENG353 GE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
ENG353 BE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
ENG353 DE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
ENG353 AE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
ENG353 BE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Detective Fiction

Detective Fiction

Detective Fiction is a historical approach to the detective fiction genre and its impact on Western society. The class explores issues of knowledge production, detection, policing, and identify through drama, novels, short stories, and film. Prerequisite: ENG 123. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
ENG360 AE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Bartels, Gretchen C.
Fall 2016
ENG360 DE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Bartels, Gretchen C.
Spring 2017
ENG360 AE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Bartels, Gretchen C.
Spring 2017
ENG360 CE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Bartels, Gretchen C.
Summer 2017
ENG360 AE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2017
ENG360 BE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
ENG360 AE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
ENG360 BE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
ENG360 CE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
ENG360 AE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
ENG360 DE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
ENG360 AE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
ENG360 CE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Intro to Young Adult Literature

Intro to Young Adult Literature

Introduction to literature designed to meet the unique needs of adolescents and young adults. Varied uses of literature such as poetry and short stories will be explored with intensive study of longer works of fiction and non-fiction. Prerequisite: ENG 123. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Spring 2017
ENG363 AE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Schneider, Thomas R.
Summer 2017
ENG363 AE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
ENG363 AE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
ENG363 BE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
ENG363 AE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Literary Theory and Criticism

Literary Theory and Criticism

Advanced study in theories of imaginative literature and in the issues of interpreting literary texts. Prerequisites: ENG 123, 201, and at least one literature survey course are required. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
ENG401 AE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Sung, Tae
Summer 2017
ENG401 AE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
ENG401 AE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Shakespeare Studies

Shakespeare Studies

Selected poems and plays are studied in their historical contexts. A variety of critical approaches are incorporated. Includes comedies, history plays, and tragedies. Prerequisite: ENG 123. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
ENG413 BE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Schneider, Thomas R.
Fall 2016
ENG413 AE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Schneider, Thomas R.
Spring 2018
ENG413 AE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Major Christian Authors

Major Christian Authors

Focuses on the development of style, themes, and worldview in a body of work by concentrating on no more than three Christian authors per semester, such as C.S. Lewis, J.R.R. Tolkien, Flannery O?Connor, Li-Young Lee, or Shusaku Endo. Explores this body of work in depth from the British, American, or world traditions. See instructor for the current author(s). Prerequisite: ENG 123. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
ENG434 AE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Bartels, Gretchen C.
Spring 2017
ENG434 AE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Bartels, Gretchen C.
Summer 2017
ENG434 AE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
ENG434 AE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
ENG434 AE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
ENG434 AE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Modern American Literature

Modern American Literature

Major fiction and poetry from 1900 to World War II. Prerequisite: ENG 123. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Spring 2017
ENG440 AE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Sung, Tae
Summer 2018
ENG440 AE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Lang Structure and Acquisition

Lang Structure and Acquisition

Linguistic theory and method. Includes the study of the five universal elements of language (phonology, morphology, semantics, syntax, and pragmatics) as well as the use of language and its variants in culture. Fieldwork required. Prerequisite: ENG 123. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
ENG463 AE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Schneider, Thomas R.
Spring 2017
ENG463 AE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Schneider, Thomas R.
Spring 2017
ENG463 BE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Schneider, Thomas R.
Summer 2017
ENG463 AE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
ENG463 BE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
ENG463 AE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
ENG463 AE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
ENG463 AE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
ENG463 BE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Senior Project

Senior Project

This three unit senior capstone project serves to assess the subject matter competence of the English major and the Single Subject Program candidate. Students will enroll for this course with the recommendation of their English program advisor and the approval of the department chair. Prerequisite: ENG 350. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
ENG499 BE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Bartels, Gretchen C.
Spring 2017
ENG499 AE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Bartels, Gretchen C.
Summer 2017
ENG499 BE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
ENG499 BE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
ENG499 BE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
ENG499 AE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Language Structure & Acquisition (Graduate Level)

Language Structure & Acquisition

Linguistic theory and methods. Includes the study of the five universal elements of language (phonology, morphology, semantics, syntax, and pragmatics) as well as the acquisition and use of language and its variants in culture. This course is required for both multiple subject and single subject credential candidates. Ten (10) hours of fieldwork required.(3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2017
ENG563 BG Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
ENG563 AG Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Essentls for Online Prof Studies

Essentls for Online Prof Studies

This course prepares students for a successful transition to university coursework, including online studies. Students are introduced to the resources CBU has in place to ensure the success of its student body including an introduction to the Blackboard learning management system. (0 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
GST101 AE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Goddard, Matthew W.
Fall 2016
GST101 BE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Goddard, Matthew W.
Spring 2017
GST101 AE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Goddard, Matthew W.
Spring 2017
GST101 BE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Goddard, Matthew W.
Summer 2017
GST101 AE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2017
GST101 BE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
GST101 AE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
GST101 BE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
GST101 AE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
GST101 BE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
GST101 AE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
GST101 BE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fundamental Design

Fundamental Design

This course explores the tools and implementations of Adobe Illustrator through assigned projects and exercises. Techniques will be explored and explained. Best practice work-flows will be taught. The goal of this course is a working knowledge of Illustrator for the student. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
GDM110 BE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Baitoo, Hilda
Summer 2017
GDM110 BE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
GDM110 BE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fundamental Typography

Fundamental Typography

This course explores the tools and implementations of Adobe InDesign through assigned projects and exercises. Techniques will be explored and explained. Best practice work-flows will be taught. The goal of this course is a working knowledge of InDesign for the student and for the student to be able to identify key typography concepts. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
GDM120 BE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Randeen, Joachim
Summer 2017
GDM120 BE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
GDM120 BE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fundamental Image

Fundamental Image

This course explores the tools and implementations of Adobe Photoshop through assigned projects and exercises. Techniques will be explored and explained. Best practice work-flows will be taught. The goal of this course is a working knowledge of Photoshop for the student. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
GDM130 AE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Randeen, Joachim
Summer 2017
GDM130 AE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
GDM130 AE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fundamental Web

Fundamental Web

This course introduces students to the primary languages of web design, HTML and CSS. The course is designed to provide students with a foundational knowledge in the way that web pages are designed and coded. Tools and techniques needed to design and create web pages will be explored. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Spring 2017
GDM140 AE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Park, Samuel J
Fall 2017
GDM140 AE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
GDM140 AE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
History of Graphic Design

History of Graphic Design

History of Graphic Design is a study of the causes and effects of critical design movements. This course explores the political and social environments that shaped the creation and evolution of graphic design. This course will give students insight into different movements, such as the Medieval Era, Graphic Renaissance, Industrial Revolution, Art Nouveau, Modernism, Postmodernism, and the Digital Revolution. Students will also evaluate how the history of graphic design influences current design philosophies and strategies. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Spring 2017
GDM305 AE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Park, Samuel J
Fall 2017
GDM305 AE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
GDM305 AE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Intermediate Design

Intermediate Design

This course is an intermediate design course in which project work is used to study work flow, pre-press techniques and practices, idea generation, and other concepts that arise from the process of creativity. Prerequisite: GDM 110, 120, and 130. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
GDM310 BE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Weaver, Pamela
Summer 2017
GDM310 BE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
GDM310 BE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Intermediate Typography

Intermediate Typography

This course is an intermediate typography course in which more complex typography concepts, best practice type generation and project work challenge the student. Prerequisite: GDM 110, 120, and 130. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Spring 2017
GDM320 AE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Randeen, Joachim
Fall 2017
GDM320 BE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
GDM320 AE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Art & Design of Prof Presentatns

Art & Design of Prof Presentatns

This course introduces students to the knowledge and skills necessary to develop professional interactive multimedia productions. Classroom activities include how to identify the design and communication issues from pre through post production of an interactive presentation. In this multimedia design and production course, students integrate research, writing, creative visual layout, and interface design to develop high impact professional presentations. Additionally, students will learn how to define and identify project goals, purpose, audience, timeline milestones, budget constraints and other multimedia project parameters. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Summer 2018
GDM321 AE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Intermediate Image

Intermediate Image

This course is an intermediate image course in which more complex photography and photoshop techniques will be taught. Students will learn how to manipulate photography using photoshop to create complex ideas and messages. Prerequisite: GDM 130. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Spring 2017
GDM330 AE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Park, Samuel J
Fall 2017
GDM330 AE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
GDM330 AE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Intermediate Web

Intermediate Web

This course expands on students accrued HTML and CSS knowledge. Principles of content strategy will be integrated with visual design to create compelling web experiences. Popular as well as up and coming CMS solutions such as WordPress, Ghost, and others will also be explored. Prerequisite: GDM140. (3 units, As offered)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
GDM340 AE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Park, Samuel J
Summer 2017
GDM340 AE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
GDM340 AE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Advanced Design

Advanced Design

This course is an advanced design course in which project work is used to build a professional portfolio for employment or advanced studies. Complex design issues and problem solving challenge the student throughout the creative process. May be repeated one time for credit. Prerequisite: GDM 310. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Spring 2017
GDM410 AE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Weaver, Pamela
Fall 2017
GDM410 AE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
GDM410 AE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Advanced Typography

Advanced Typography

This course is an advanced typography course in which complex real-world typography concepts are now explored to build projects for a professional portfolio of work for employment or advanced studies. Prerequisite: GDM 320. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Spring 2017
GDM420 AE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Park, Samuel J
Fall 2017
GDM420 AE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
GDM420 AE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Advanced Image

Advanced Image

This course is an advanced image course in which professional, complex image generation is explored and expert techniques in color correction, masking and compositing are implemented. Professional portfolio projects are built to prepare students for employment or advanced studies. Prerequisite: GDM330. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
GDM430 AE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Park, Samuel J
Summer 2017
GDM430 AE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
GDM430 AE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Advanced Web

Advanced Web

This advanced course exposes students to real world web design problems through projects and case studies. Client side scripting with JavaScript will be introduced. Web standards and best practices will be studied in depth, as well as project workflow. May be repeated one time for credit. Prerequisite: GDM340. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
GDM440 AE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Park, Samuel J
Summer 2017
GDM440 AE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
GDM440 AE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Senior Project

Senior Project

This course is designed as a capstone showcase of the student's accumulated body of work while in the program. The Graphic Design Senior Show will consists of 10 portfolio pieces from the student's portfolio. This is an effort to keep the student on task and focused on the portfolio. Prerequisite: Senior status and permission of the Department Chair. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
GDM499 AE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Park, Samuel J
Spring 2017
GDM499 AE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Park, Samuel J
Summer 2017
GDM499 AE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
GDM499 AE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
GDM499 AE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
GDM499 AE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Introduction to Public Health

Introduction to Public Health

This course provides an introduction to public health concepts and practice by examining the philosophy, purpose, history, organization, functions, tools and activities and results of public health practice. Case studies and a variety of practice-related exercises serve as a basis for student?s participation in real world public health problem-solving simulations. (3.0 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
HSC101 AE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Sagoe-Shields, Jessika Akua
Spring 2017
HSC101 AE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Sturz, Dominick L.
Summer 2017
HSC101 AE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
HSC101 AE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
HSC101 AE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
HSC101 AE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Survey U.S. Health Care Delivery

Survey U.S. Health Care Delivery

The course is designed to provide the students with a basic foundation in the ways in which health care is delivered to patients in the United States. The course will explore the matrix of insurance companies, financing, patient rights, and physician liabilities as it creates a contemporary illustration of how environmental factors influence and shape our current system. The primary foci will be the delivery, financing, and regulation of healthcare in the US. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
HSC104 CE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Tucker, Saran N.
Fall 2016
HSC104 AE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Bonome, Janet H
Fall 2016
HSC104 BE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Bonome, Janet H
Spring 2018
HSC104 AE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
HSC104 BE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Ethics in Health Care

Ethics in Health Care

This course provides grounding in ethical theories and principles as they relate to and impact current health care issues and policies. Students are introduced to a variety of frameworks for ethical decision-making and policy analysis. Current trends in the contemporary health care arena are analyzed through the use of case studies. Recent health care issues are presented including euthanasia, fertility interventions, mental illness, genetic engineering, multicultural issues, economics, public policy, professional ethical codes, and other relevant topics. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Summer 2017
HSC210 AE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2017
HSC210 BE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Principles of Health Education

Principles of Health Education

This is an introductory course that overviews principles of health education. Health education is an academic area that fosters the acquisition of skills and competencies to assist individuals, families, and communities to make informed decisions related to health. This course will introduce students to Certified Health Education Specialist (CHES) credential that is nationally recognized by National Commission on Health Education Credentialing, and will be a fundamental course for students who are preparing for the CHES exam. (3.0 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Spring 2017
HSC301 BE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Sturz, Dominick L.
Spring 2017
HSC301 AE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Sturz, Dominick L.
Summer 2018
HSC301 AE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Epidemiology

Epidemiology

Principles and methods used to investigate the distribution, determinants, and prevention strategies for disease in human populations. Major topics include: disease classification, measures of disease frequency and relative effect, comparisons and contrasts of analytic study designs, methods used to isolate effects, statistical significance testing, interpretation of results, and screening for latent disease. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
HSC305 AE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A McKinney, Ogbochi A.
Spring 2017
HSC305 AE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A McKinney, Ogbochi A.
Spring 2017
HSC305 BE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Bonome, Janet H
Fall 2017
HSC305 AE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
HSC305 AE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
HSC305 AE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Pathophysiology for Public Hlth

Pathophysiology for Public Hlth

This course introduces students to the basic pathogenesis of disease in human beings. The course will describe the most common disorders as they relate to each major body system while exploring the etiology, risk factors, diagnostic and prognostic procedures of each disease. This course also studies the pathology and general health management of disease and injuries across the human lifespan. (3.0 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
HSC306 AE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Sturz, Dominick L.
Summer 2017
HSC306 AE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
HSC306 AE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Envirnmntal & Occupational Hlth

Envirnmntal & Occupational Hlth

This course introduces students to physical, chemical and biological hazards found in the environment and health risks associated with workplace and community exposure to them. Risks to special populations and mechanisms of reducing or controlling these risks are discussed. Prerequisites: HSC305 and STA144. (3.0 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Spring 2017
HSC312 AE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Bonome, Janet H
Spring 2017
HSC312 BE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Bonome, Janet H
Summer 2018
HSC312 BE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
HSC312 AE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Pblc Hlth Prmtn Ds Prvntn/Intrvn

Pblc Hlth Prmtn Ds Prvntn/Intrvn

This course will discuss approaches to health promotion and disease prevention intervention in different setting, using varied strategies, and for different target groups. It is intended to be practical in nature focusing on the specifics of intervention development and delivery and how these might vary across settings, behaviors and strategies. Prerequisite: HSC306. (3.0 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2017
HSC316 AE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Pblc Hlth Nutrtn/Physcl Actvty

Pblc Hlth Nutrtn/Physcl Actvty

This course introduces concepts of nutrition as they relate to nutritional needs, practices and problems throughout the life cycle, nutritional counseling and education of individuals/groups toward health promotion and disease prevention. This course also introduces knowledge, skills and experiences necessary to lead participants in gaining the skills, knowledge, attitudes and behaviors required to lead physically active lifestyles. (3.0 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Summer 2017
HSC320 BE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2017
HSC320 AE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Curriculum Design in Health Educ

Curriculum Design in Health Educ

This course introduces the theories and skills necessary to develop health education curricula based on analysis of individual, community, and societal needs and interests. Prerequisites: HSC 301 and Junior or Senior status. (3.0 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
HSC450 AE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Bonome, Janet H
Summer 2017
HSC450 AE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
HSC450 AE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Planning & Eval Health Edu Progs

Planning & Eval Health Edu Progs

This course addresses the use of planning models and diagnostic techniques to design, deliver, and evaluate health education programs in a variety of settings: school, worksite, medical care, and community groups. It will also study the steps in the educational process: conducting behavioral and educational diagnoses; setting behavioral and educational objectives; selecting appropriate intervention strategies; integration and application of behavioral and education theories to interventions; instructional delivery and design skills; and evaluation of education results. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
HSC460 AE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Teteh, Dede Kossiwa
Spring 2017
HSC460 AE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Bonome, Janet H
Summer 2017
HSC460 AE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
HSC460 AE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
HSC460 AE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
HSC460 AE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Research Methods

Research Methods

This course provides an introduction to clinical research design with statistical analysis. The emphasis will be on the student designing her or his practical research project by the end of the semester. Content would include developing the research question, choosing the (1) study design, (2) study subjects, (3) measurements (independent and dependent variables), data management (including designing the data collection form) and statistical analysis (including sample size estimation and power), ethical issues, implementation, and publication of results. Prerequisite: STA 144; Junior or Senior status. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
HSC480 AE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A McKinney, Ogbochi A.
Spring 2017
HSC480 AE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A McKinney, Ogbochi A.
Summer 2017
HSC480 AE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
HSC480 AE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
HSC480 AE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
HSC480 AE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
The American Health Care System (Graduate Level)

The American Health Care System

This course is a comprehensive introduction to the organization of the U.S. health care ?system.? It examines the major institutions, professions and political forces that influence the provision of health care services. Students explore the development of major components of the medical care system from an historical perspective by examining the changes in their organization and role over time. They also consider the major problems presently confronting each aspect of health care and discuss alternative means of resolving these issues for the future. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
HSC501 AE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Bonome, Janet H
Fall 2017
HSC501 AE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Environmntal & Occupational Hlth (Graduate Level)

Environmntal & Occupational Hlth

This course introduces students to physical, chemical and biological hazards found in the environment and health risks associated with workplace and community exposure to them. Risks to special populations and mechanisms of reducing or controlling these risks are discussed. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
HSC502 AE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Tucker, Saran N.
Fall 2017
HSC502 AE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Pblc Hlth Prmtn & Ds Intrvntn (Graduate Level)

Pblc Hlth Prmtn & Ds Intrvntn

This course discusses approaches to health promotion and disease prevention intervention in different settings, using varied strategies, and for different target groups. The course is intended to be practical in nature focusing on the specifics of intervention development and delivery and how these might vary across settings, behaviors and strategies. The course will emphasize the careful exploration of examples of intervention creation, delivery and effectiveness. Emphasis will be placed on understanding the resources, and other practical considerations necessary to produce, deliver, monitor, and disseminate an intervention with demonstrated effectiveness. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Summer 2017
HSC516 AE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
HSC516 AE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Social/Behvrl Sci Appld to Hlth (Graduate Level)

Social/Behvrl Sci Appld to Hlth

The overall framework for the course is based on the bio-psychosocial or ecologic perspective on health. In these models, health is seen as being determined by biologic, behavioral, social, and environmental factors that interact with each other and, to a greater or lesser extent, can be influenced by individuals and groups. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Summer 2017
HSC522 AE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
HSC522 AE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Current Issues in Public Health (Graduate Level)

Current Issues in Public Health

This course provides historical perspectives, definitions and discussion of current public health issues. Additionally, this course prepares future public health professionals to draw on knowledge and skills from a variety of disciplines to define, critically assess/evaluate contemporary public health challenges. Topics may include emergency preparedness for environmental/natural disasters, bioterrorism and a review of the responding agencies (e.g. FEMA, etc.). In addition, determination of potential funding sources required to meet identified public health needs, with an emphasis on the process of formulating a fundable plan, and communicating that plan in NIH-style or an alternate appropriate format. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Spring 2017
HSC523 AE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Sturz, Dominick L.
Spring 2018
HSC523 AE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Strat Mngmt for Public Hlth Serv (Graduate Level)

Strat Mngmt for Public Hlth Serv

In this course, students will analyze how leaders account for internal and external factors to improve organizational and system performance, thereby meeting individual and community health needs. Some topics may include organizational resources, fiscal management, marketing, organizational leadership, etc. Students will also study strategy development and implementation that meets multiple stakeholder demands, with attention given to Continuous Quality Improvement/Total Quality Management. Students will examine contemporary health service issues through multi-disciplinary perspectives within organizational leadership, culminating in the articulation of a personal philosophy of leadership. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Spring 2017
HSC538 AE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Sturz, Dominick L.
Spring 2018
HSC538 AE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Prncpls & Mthds of Epidemiology (Graduate Level)

Prncpls & Mthds of Epidemiology

Principles and methods used to investigate the distribution, determinants, and prevention strategies for disease in human populations. Major topics include: disease classification, measures of disease frequency and relative effect, comparisons and contrasts of analytic study designs, methods used to isolate effects, statistical significance testing, interpretation of results, and screening for latent disease. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Spring 2017
HSC540 AE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A McKinney, Ogbochi A.
Spring 2018
HSC540 AE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Health Law and Ethics (Graduate Level)

Health Law and Ethics

Students explore and analyze current ethical issues such as biomedical research, insurance statutes, and demand management. Students survey the extensive legal foundations of health care, and apply current case law to contemporary situations. Topics include legal aspects of legislation, patient rights, data security, professional liability, and labor relations. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
HSC552 AE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Sturz, Dominick L.
Fall 2017
HSC552 AE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Publ Pol & Hlthcare Advocacy (Graduate Level)

Publ Pol & Hlthcare Advocacy

This course includes a review of health policy actors and processes in the United States, roles of government, bureaucracy, and interest groups in health policy and the policy process. Students taking this course will also become familiar with common advocacy techniques and strategies used to initiate legislative and regulatory policies including coalition building, the use of policy studies, and media relations. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
HSC554 AE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Sanders, Kim L.
Fall 2017
HSC554 AE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Global Health (Graduate Level)

Global Health

Introduces issues in international health, emphasizing core disease conditions, leading causes of death and disability within an international context, as well as programmatic and policy responses to improve international health. Topics may include environmental/natural disaster preparedness, food security, infectious/communicable disease management, essential drugs and immunizations, population/family planning and maternal-child health, traditional practices and cross-cultural communications, literacy, and international public health policy/advocacy. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Summer 2017
HSC557 AE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
HSC557 AE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Public Hlth Prgm Plnng & Evltn (Graduate Level)

Public Hlth Prgm Plnng & Evltn

This is an introductory, graduate level public health program planning, development, and evaluation course that broadly addresses program planning models, process of program development and methods of evaluation in the area of public health. This course will be focused on the following three areas: (1) study of program planning models, (2) process of program development, and (3) methods of evaluation in public health settings. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Summer 2017
HSC560 AE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
HSC560 AE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Research Methods (Graduate Level)

Research Methods

This course provides an introduction to research methods that examines two major approaches in research paradigms. The course will study in depth different types of quantitative research designs such as experimental, quasi-experimental, and descriptive approaches and students will initiate a research project that investigates behavior, knowledge, or attitudes factors that help students to understand the complexity of behavior change through the use of qualitative and quantitative data. Prerequisite: HSC 544 or STA544. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
HSC590 AE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A McKinney, Ogbochi A.
Spring 2017
HSC590 AE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Bonome, Janet H
Summer 2017
HSC590 AE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
HSC590 AE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
HSC590 AE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
HSC590 AE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Applied Knowledge in Public Hlth (Graduate Level)

Applied Knowledge in Public Hlth

This course is a culminating experience that allows the student to demonstrate public health knowledge they have gained throughout the MPH program. This is accomplished through integration of a practicum and culminating exercises. The practicum portion of this course is a structured and supervised professional experience with an approved agency for which students receive academic credit. The culminating exercise that follows will be in the format of a comprehensive examination, research thesis or project. Students completing a thesis or project will prepare a presentation (both oral and written) that focuses on that experience. Prerequisite: HSC 590. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
HSC596 AE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Bonome, Janet H
Spring 2017
HSC596 AE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Sturz, Dominick L.
Summer 2017
HSC596 AE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
HSC596 AE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
HSC596 AE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
HSC596 AE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
History of US to Reconstruction

History of US to Reconstruction

A general survey of the social, political, economic, cultural, and religious developments from 1492 through Reconstruction. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
HIS213 BE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Simnjanovski, Riste
Spring 2017
HIS213 AE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Provance, Brett
Spring 2017
HIS213 CE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Provance, Brett
Summer 2017
HIS213 AE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2017
HIS213 BE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
HIS213 BE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
HIS213 AE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
HIS213 CE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
HIS213 BE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
HIS213 AE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
HIS213 CE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
History of US Since Civil War

History of US Since Civil War

A continuation of HIS 213. May be taken before HIS 213. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
HIS223 AE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Matthews, Lisa J.
Fall 2016
HIS223 CE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Simnjanovski, Riste
Spring 2017
HIS223 AE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Matthews, Lisa J.
Spring 2017
HIS223 CE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Provance, Brett
Summer 2017
HIS223 AE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2017
HIS223 CE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
HIS223 AE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
HIS223 BE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
HIS223 CE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
HIS223 AE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
HIS223 CE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Minorities in America

Minorities in America

The role of minorities in the development of America. Principal areas of focus are immigration and the immigrant experience and the ethnic experiences of Blacks, Indians, and Hispanics. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
HIS311 AE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Alexander, Noemi Hernandez
Fall 2016
HIS311 CE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Nicola, Stacy E.
Spring 2017
HIS311 BE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Alexander, Noemi Hernandez
Spring 2017
HIS311 CE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Alexander, Noemi Hernandez
Spring 2017
HIS311 DE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Byrne, David T.
Summer 2017
HIS311 AE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2017
HIS311 CE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
HIS311 AE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
HIS311 CE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
HIS311 AE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
HIS311 CE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
HIS311 BE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
HIS311 CE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Latin American History

Latin American History

This course is a survey of Latin American history from the Spanish discovery of the Americas through the Cold War in the twentieth century. The course focuses on the impact of Spanish and Portuguese colonialism, the wars of Latin American Independence, the development of Latin American republics, and the impact of US intervention in the region. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
HIS315 AE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Mayes, April J.
Fall 2016
HIS315 BE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Mayes, April J.
Spring 2017
HIS315 CE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Mayes, April J.
Summer 2017
HIS315 AE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2017
HIS315 BE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
HIS315 AE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
HIS315 DE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
HIS315 AE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
HIS315 BE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
HIS315 AE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
HIS315 CE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Non-Western Culture and History

Non-Western Culture and History

The course consists of a historical survey exploring primarily the cultural and intellectual features of specifically non-Western cultures, with emphasis given to East Asia, South Asia, and the Middle East, additionally covering Africa, and the pre-Columbian Americas. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
HIS325 AE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Provance, Brett
Fall 2016
HIS325 BE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Hillman, Nancy Alenda
Spring 2017
HIS325 AE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Provance, Brett
Spring 2017
HIS325 BE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Hillman, Nancy Alenda
Summer 2017
HIS325 BE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
HIS325 AE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
HIS325 DE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
HIS325 AE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
HIS325 BE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
HIS325 AE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
HIS325 BE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
History of California

History of California

The social, economic, and political development of California from its discovery to the present. The latter part of the course is thematic in presentation (i.e., agriculture, transportation, water, etc.). (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
HIS393 BE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Provance, Brett
Fall 2016
HIS393 CE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Provance, Brett
Spring 2017
HIS393 AE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Provance, Brett
Spring 2017
HIS393 BE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Provance, Brett
Spring 2017
HIS393 CE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Steward, Gary L.
Summer 2017
HIS393 DE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2017
HIS393 AE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2017
HIS393 CE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
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Fall 2017
HIS393 AE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
HIS393 CE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
HIS393 BE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
HIS393 CE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
HIS393 AE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
HIS393 BE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Integrated Humanities I

Integrated Humanities I

The course consists of interrelations of history, art, literature, music, and philosophy. It covers the culture-epochs from the Ancient River-Valley Civilizations through the Medieval period. (Meets the Non-US History general education requirement.) (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
HUM213 BE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Cleary, Daniel M.
Fall 2016
HUM213 DE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Cleary, Daniel M.
Fall 2016
HUM213 CE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Byrne, David T.
Spring 2017
HUM213 AE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Provance, Brett
Spring 2017
HUM213 CE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Curl, Alan
Summer 2017
HUM213 AE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2017
HUM213 CE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
HUM213 AE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
HUM213 CE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
HUM213 BE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
HUM213 CE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
HUM213 AE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
HUM213 CE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Integrated Humanities II

Integrated Humanities II

The course consists of interrelations of history, art, literature, music, and philosophy. It covers the culture-epochs from the Renaissance to contemporary times. (Meets the Non-US History general education requirement.) (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
HUM223 AE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Simnjanovski, Riste
Fall 2016
HUM223 DE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Provance, Brett
Spring 2017
HUM223 AE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Simnjanovski, Riste
Spring 2017
HUM223 BE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Simnjanovski, Riste
Summer 2017
HUM223 AE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2017
HUM223 BE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
HUM223 AE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
HUM223 BE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
HUM223 AE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
HUM223 DE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
HUM223 AE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
HUM223 BE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Media and Society

Media and Society

Functions, responsibilities, and influence of various mass media and emerging forms of niche media in society. Students review the theories, structures, functions, practices, economics, critical analyses, and historical aspects of mass media and its social responsibility in society. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2017
JRN150 AE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Writing for Mass Media

Writing for Mass Media

An introduction to mass media writing. Students will utilize journalistic reporting, editing and writing for mass audiences intended for distribution across electronic and print media outlets. (3.0 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
JRN170 AE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Hannigan, Joni Belinda
Spring 2017
JRN170 AE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Hannigan, Joni Belinda
Fall 2017
JRN170 AE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
JRN170 AE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
JRN170 AE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Media Law, Ethics and Copyright

Media Law, Ethics and Copyright

An introduction to the ethical and legal aspects of public relations and journalism, including print, online and broadcasting. Students will gain practical insight into the field through review of real-world case studies and materials on ethics, policies and law. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Spring 2017
JRN320 AE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Tingle, Melissa Naomi
Summer 2017
JRN320 AE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
JRN320 AE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Editing for Print & Online Media

Editing for Print & Online Media

A course involving students in an in-depth study of procedures of copy editing for newspapers, magazines and online media. Through assignments and exercises, students will develop superior skills in grammar and word usage, punctuation, spelling, style, fact-checking, use of reference books, and writing headlines and captions. Students will practice substantive editing, and proofreading for print and online media. The special conditions of the increasingly important Internet to copy editors will be demonstrated. Prerequisites: ENG 113 or JRN 170. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Spring 2017
JRN349 AE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Pearson, MaryAnn
Summer 2018
JRN349 AE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Magazine Writing

Magazine Writing

Development of versatile writing and research skills for selected print media, with emphasis on magazine article and newspaper feature, includes overview of magazine market. Students may only earn credit for either JRN 312 or JRN 350.(3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
JRN350 AE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Hannigan, Joni Belinda
Spring 2018
JRN350 AE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Applied Journalism Production

Applied Journalism Production

The purpose of this course is to prepare students to be skilled journalist. The type of journalism covered will be: newspaper and magazine writing, business writing, website style writing and freelance writing. Students will learn to analyze published material. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Summer 2017
JRN371 BE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Pblc Rltns Wrtng, Camp & Strgies

Pblc Rltns Wrtng, Camp & Strgies

This course will prepare students with skills and an understanding of writings, campaigns and research to meet public relations goals for a variety of audiences through various forms of media. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
JRN420 AE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Pearson, MaryAnn
Spring 2018
JRN420 AE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
First Aid & Safety

First Aid & Safety

Theory and practice for prevention and care of accident or sudden illness. The course meets the requirements for Red Cross, CPR, and First Aid Certificates. Students may only earn credit for either KIN 212 or KIN 312. (1 unit)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
KIN212 AE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Garrett, Levi Ransom
Fall 2016
KIN212 BE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Garrett, Levi Ransom
Spring 2017
KIN212 AE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Garrett, Levi Ransom
Spring 2017
KIN212 BE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Garrett, Levi Ransom
Summer 2017
KIN212 AE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2017
KIN212 BE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
KIN212 AE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
KIN212 BE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
KIN212 AE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
KIN212 BE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
KIN212 AE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
KIN212 BE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Movement Anatomy

Movement Anatomy

A study of the muscle and bone structure of the human body and how they work together to create movement. Emphasis is on the function of specific muscles and bones in creating defined movement. Prerequisite: BIO153. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Spring 2017
KIN264 CE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2017
KIN264 AE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Harveson, Andrew T.
Spring 2017
KIN264 BE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Harveson, Andrew T.
Fall 2017
KIN264 CE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
KIN264 AE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
KIN264 AE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
KIN264 BE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Applied Movement Anatomy

Applied Movement Anatomy

Continued study of the muscle and bone structure of the human body. Heavy emphasis is placed on the biomechanical laws of movement. Prerequisites: KIN264. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
KIN274 CE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A O'Rourke, Monica
Fall 2016
KIN274 AE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Garrett, Levi Ransom
Fall 2016
KIN274 BE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Garrett, Levi Ransom
Summer 2017
KIN274 AE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2017
KIN274 BE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2017
KIN274 CE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
KIN274 BE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
KIN274 AE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Nutrition Science

Nutrition Science

Includes the study of principles of modern nutrition, the importance of a scientific knowledge of nutrition, specific food nutrients, nutritional controversies, and a study of convenience foods and their impact on present day diets. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
KIN300 AE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Lee, Lily K
Fall 2016
KIN300 BE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Nyenhuis, Bryanna K.
Summer 2017
KIN300 AE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2017
KIN300 BE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
KIN300 AE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
KIN300 BE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Contemporary Health Issues

Contemporary Health Issues

Major areas include personal, family, and community health, including the effects of alcohol, dangerous drugs and narcotics, degenerative and infectious diseases, and tobacco on the human body. Exploration of community resources related to health issues is offered. Meets California Teacher Credential requirements. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
KIN302 CE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Sturz, Dominick L.
Fall 2016
KIN302 GE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Clemons, Donna Kay
Fall 2016
KIN302 BE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Sturz, Dominick L.
Fall 2016
KIN302 DE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Sturz, Dominick L.
Fall 2016
KIN302 FE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Sturz, Dominick L.
Spring 2017
KIN302 AE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Bonome, Janet H
Spring 2017
KIN302 CE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Garrett, Levi Ransom
Summer 2017
KIN302 BE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2017
KIN302 AE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2017
KIN302 CE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
KIN302 BE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
KIN302 AE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
KIN302 DE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
KIN302 CE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
KIN302 CE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
KIN302 BE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
KIN302 FE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
KIN302 DE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
KIN302 AE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
KIN302 BE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
KIN302 CE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Foundations of Kinesiology

Foundations of Kinesiology

A study of the historical, philosophical, and scientific foundations of Kinesiology. Emphasized is a critical view of the nature and spectrum of the discipline. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
KIN303 BE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A O'Rourke, Monica
Spring 2017
KIN303 BE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A O'Rourke, Monica
Spring 2017
KIN303 CE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Clemons, Donna Kay
Spring 2017
KIN303 AE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A O'Rourke, Monica
Fall 2017
KIN303 AE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
KIN303 BE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
KIN303 AE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Lifelong Motor Development

Lifelong Motor Development

A study of the physical growth and development of humans and how it interacts with and influences motor learning and performance. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
KIN332 DE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Clemons, Donna Kay
Fall 2016
KIN332 CE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Stone, Kyle Mark
Fall 2016
KIN332 BE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Ruot, Charles W.
Fall 2016
KIN332 AE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Henschel, Kathryn Eileen
Summer 2017
KIN332 AE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
KIN332 BE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
KIN332 AE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Care & Prev of Athl Injury

Care & Prev of Athl Injury

A course providing instruction and experience in the prevention and care of injuries incurred in athletics. Methods of taping, therapy, health habits, and protective equipment are considered. Prerequisite: KIN 253 or 264. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
KIN353 AE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Harveson, Andrew T.
Fall 2016
KIN353 BE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Harveson, Andrew T.
Fall 2016
KIN353 CE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Garrett, Levi Ransom
Summer 2017
KIN353 AE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2017
KIN353 BE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2017
KIN353 CE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
KIN353 BE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
KIN353 AE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Movement Exp for Children

Movement Exp for Children

A study of the physical needs of elementary school age children. Emphasis is on physical growth and development, basic movement skills, and the designing of movement programs for children. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
KIN363 AE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A O'Rourke, Monica
Summer 2017
KIN363 BE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2017
KIN363 AE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
KIN363 AE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Exercise Physiology

Exercise Physiology

Physiological principles of exercise. Topics include the responses and adaptations of the neuromuscular system, bioenergetics, and the endocrine, cardiovascular and pulmonary systems to exercise. Prerequisite: BIO153. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
KIN383 AE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Cole, Melissa A.
Spring 2017
KIN383 AE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A O'Rourke, Monica
Spring 2017
KIN383 BE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A O'Rourke, Monica
Spring 2017
KIN383 CE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Ruot, Charles W.
Fall 2017
KIN383 CE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
KIN383 AE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
KIN383 AE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
KIN383 BE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Applied Exercise Physiology

Applied Exercise Physiology

A continuation of Exercise Physiology. Topics include applied exercise physiology, gender considerations, environmental exercise physiology, and ergogenic aids. Prerequisite: KIN 383. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
KIN393 AE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Harveson, Andrew T.
Fall 2016
KIN393 BE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Harveson, Andrew T.
Summer 2017
KIN393 BE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2017
KIN393 AE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
KIN393 BE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
KIN393 AE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Mvmnt Exper for MidSchool Studnt

Mvmnt Exper for MidSchool Studnt

An introduction to standards-based middle school physical education curriculum is provided. Emphasis is on designing a curriculum that emphasizes working cooperatively to achieve a common goal, meeting challenges, making decisions, and working as a team to solve problems. Course includes both classroom and physical activities. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Spring 2017
KIN404 AE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Henschel, Kathryn Eileen
Fall 2017
KIN404 AE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
KIN404 AE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Mthds of Tching Sport Activities

Mthds of Tching Sport Activities

Introduction to subject matter content, teaching methods, and technique related to the design and implementation of a high school physical education curriculum. Course focuses on the California physical education content standards of High School Course 1 and Course 2. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
KIN414 AE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Henschel, Kathryn Eileen
Spring 2017
KIN414 AE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Henschel, Kathryn Eileen
Fall 2017
KIN414 AE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
KIN414 AE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Organztion & Admin Physicl Educ

Organztion & Admin Physicl Educ

A study of possible administrative challenges in departments of physical education as well as departmental organization and facilities use. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
KIN423 BE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Henschel, Kathryn Eileen
Fall 2016
KIN423 AE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A O'Rourke, Monica
Summer 2017
KIN423 BE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2017
KIN423 AE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
KIN423 AE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Behavioral Aspects of Sport

Behavioral Aspects of Sport

A study of the sociological and psychological impact of physical activity on humans. The psychological factors of self-perception, motivation, cooperation, and competition will be examined and used as descriptors to illustrate the idea of sport as an institution of society. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Spring 2017
KIN454 BE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Garrett, Levi Ransom
Spring 2017
KIN454 AE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Garrett, Levi Ransom
Fall 2017
KIN454 AE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
KIN454 BE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
KIN454 BE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
KIN454 AE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Rsrch Mthds & Evaluatn in Kines

Rsrch Mthds & Evaluatn in Kines

This course provides an introduction to research design that prepares the student to develop relevant questions and hypotheses in kinesiology, and to collect, analyze, and make application of empirical data through scientific writing. Prerequisite: KIN383. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Spring 2017
KIN473 AE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Coburn, Jared W.
Spring 2017
KIN473 BE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Ramos, Charles J.
Spring 2017
KIN473 CE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Clemons, Donna Kay
Fall 2017
KIN473 AE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
KIN473 BE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
KIN473 BE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
KIN473 AE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fitness Assess & Ex Prescrip

Fitness Assess & Ex Prescrip

Study and practice of concepts and techniques for evaluating physical fitness. Topics include health and medical histories, liability concerns, blood pressure, graded exercise stress testing, ECG recording and basic interpretation, strength assessment, body composition analysis, pulmonary function tests, CHD risk-factor analysis and health risk appraisal. Prerequisite: KIN 383. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
KIN480 BE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Garrett, Levi Ransom
Spring 2017
KIN480 AE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Harveson, Andrew T.
Fall 2017
KIN480 AE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
KIN480 AE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Prin of Conditioning Athletes

Prin of Conditioning Athletes

A study of the physiological and biomechanical basis of conditioning for different sports. Topics include bioenergetics, specificity of training, periodization, and organization and administration of the strength and conditioning facility. Prerequisites: KIN274 and KIN383. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Spring 2017
KIN490 CE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Johnson, Timothy R.
Spring 2017
KIN490 DE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Stone, Kyle Mark
Summer 2017
KIN490 AE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
KIN490 BE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
KIN490 AE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
KIN490 BE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
KIN490 AE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Contemporary Health Issues (Graduate Level)

Contemporary Health Issues

Major areas include personal, family, and community health, including the effects of alcohol, dangerous drugs and narcotics, degenerative and infectious diseases, and tobacco on the human body. Exploration of community resources related to health issues is offered. Meets California Teacher Credential requirements. Crosslisted with KIN302. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
KIN502 BG Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Sturz, Dominick L.
Fall 2016
KIN502 CG Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Sturz, Dominick L.
Fall 2016
KIN502 DG Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Sturz, Dominick L.
Fall 2016
KIN502 FG Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Sturz, Dominick L.
Spring 2017
KIN502 AG Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Bonome, Janet H
Spring 2017
KIN502 CG Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Garrett, Levi Ransom
Fall 2017
KIN502 AG Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
KIN502 BG Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
KIN502 CG Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
KIN502 DG Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
KIN502 BG Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
KIN502 CG Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Ethics & Leadership Kinesiology (Graduate Level)

Ethics & Leadership Kinesiology

This course will focus on value systems and their role in ethical leadership. Ethical issues in kinesiology, sport, exercise, and physical education are examined, with the application of leadership theory and fundamental principles in guiding ethical discussion, assessment and evaluation. This course will include an examination of biblical principles of leadership, relevant laws and theories pertaining to leadership, ethical theories, and the development of leadership in the domains of kinesiology, exercise and sport. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
KIN505 AE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Garrett, Levi Ransom
Fall 2017
KIN505 AE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Advanced Exercise Physiology (Graduate Level)

Advanced Exercise Physiology

This course that prepares students to better understand clinical exercise physiology, sport physiology, and exercise testing and prescription. Students will understand the bioenergetics, energetics of human movement, lactate metabolism, cardiovascular and pulmonary exercise physiology, and both acute and chronic hormonal responses to exercise. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Spring 2017
KIN516 AE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Harveson, Andrew T.
Fall 2017
KIN516 AE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
KIN516 AE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Sports Nutrition (Graduate Level)

Sports Nutrition

This course provides a foundation in the science of exercise nutrition and bioenergetics. These foundational principles will be used in constructing sound nutritional recommendations as they apply to human physical activity and sports medicine. Current research concerning pharmacologic and nutritional ergogenic aids, disordered eating, fluid balance and thermoregulation, and body composition will be discussed. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
KIN546 AE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Harveson, Andrew T.
Summer 2017
KIN546 AE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
KIN546 AE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
KIN546 AE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Legal Aspects of Kinesiology (Graduate Level)

Legal Aspects of Kinesiology

This course provides an understanding of the American legal system and its response to sport related disputes. Material includes legal terminology, liability, risk management, personnel issues, Title IX, and various issues facing today's teachers, coaches and athletic administrators. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Spring 2017
KIN550 AE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Harveson, Andrew T.
Summer 2017
KIN550 AE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
KIN550 AE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
KIN550 AE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Adv Study Sport & Exerc Psych (Graduate Level)

Adv Study Sport & Exerc Psych

This course will focus on psychological theory and application towards sport and exercise performance. In-depth analysis of sport psychology theory and exercise behavior will be applied to areas such as motivation, goal setting, burnout, anxiety, attention/concentration, and behavior change. Current issues, research trends, and interventions will play a critical role in the discovery and application of sport and exercise psychological theory. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
KIN552 AE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Garrett, Levi Ransom
Summer 2017
KIN552 AE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
KIN552 AE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
KIN552 AE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fit Test & Exrc Prscrp Spec Popl (Graduate Level)

Fit Test & Exrc Prscrp Spec Popl

This integrated lecture and virtual lab course focuses on the administration and interpretation of exercise tests for special populations. Lectures and interactive labs will help prepare students to identify normal and abnormal physiological responses of the human body before, during and after the administration of various exercise testing and training protocols. Application of current research will guide program design and exercise prescription for adults and special populations. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Spring 2017
KIN557 AE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Garrett, Levi Ransom
Fall 2017
KIN557 AE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
KIN557 AE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Exercise and Fitness Education (Graduate Level)

Exercise and Fitness Education

This course will focus on the pedagogical principles of fitness and applied psychomotor skills that fitness professionals must possess in order to successfully work with adults and special populations. Instructional methods will be studied in relation to cardio-respiratory endurance, strength, flexibility exercises, skill related components of fitness, body composition, and wellness. Special emphasis will be place on health risk factors, fitness assessment, movement technique, and exercise programming. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Summer 2017
KIN562 AE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
KIN562 AE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Research Methods (Graduate Level)

Research Methods

This course provides an introduction to research methods designed to acquaint the student with reading and analyzing literature. Material will include basic statistics, quantitative and qualitative research methods.(3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
KIN570 AE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A McKinney, Ogbochi A.
Spring 2017
KIN570 AE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A McKinney, Ogbochi A.
Summer 2017
KIN570 AE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
KIN570 AE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
KIN570 AE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
KIN570 AE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Applied Knowledge in Kinesiology (Graduate Level)

Applied Knowledge in Kinesiology

This course is a culminating experience that will allow the student to demonstrate knowledge they have gained throughout the Master of Science in Kinesiology program. The culminating exercise will be in the format of a comprehensive examination, research project or thesis. Students completing a project or thesis will prepare a presentation that focuses on that experience. Prerequisite: KIN 570. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Summer 2017
KIN593 AE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
KIN593 AE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
KIN593 AE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
KIN593 AE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Leadership Theory

Leadership Theory

The purpose of this course is to equip students with skills necessary for successful leadership in public, private, and non-governmental organizations. Emphasis is on assessment of personal growth needs and enhancement of administrative skills including communication, decision-making, motivation, leadership styles, and team building. Experimental class work will be utilized in conjunction with classic and current organizational literature so that students can appreciate the bridge linking theory and practice. Students completing this course for credit may not also earn credit for BUS 435. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Spring 2017
LDR310 BE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Bowden, A. Greg
Spring 2017
LDR310 AE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Davis, Dirk M.
Summer 2018
LDR310 AE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Personal Leadership

Personal Leadership

This course introduces the student to the concepts of personal leadership and helps identify the skills and strategies that the student may employ to effectively lead. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
LDR330 BE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Bowden, A. Greg
Fall 2016
LDR330 AE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Davis, Dirk M.
Spring 2018
LDR330 BE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
LDR330 AE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Commnctn Prncpls for Ldrshp

Commnctn Prncpls for Ldrshp

This course provides an analysis of the principles of communication in the workplace. Students will learn basic communication theories, strategies, and processes as they relate to the modern organizational structure. We will be examining the nature and process of communication in modern organizations, including pragmatic implications of organizational communication theories as they relate to understanding organizations, and implementing change strategies. The course will also compare contemporary principles of leadership with the contemporary literature on communications. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Summer 2017
LDR350 BE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2017
LDR350 AE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
LDR350 AE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Ethcl & Biblcl Prncpls for Ldshp

Ethcl & Biblcl Prncpls for Ldshp

This course evaluates the principles for practicing ethical judgments and behavior that confront those in leadership positions. Students will evaluate various ethical frameworks and survey the Bible to explore and develop principles and habits for Biblically-based leadership practices. The course will also compare Biblical principles of leadership with the contemporary literature on leadership ethics. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Spring 2017
LDR410 BE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Darnell, Jasmine Dawn
Spring 2017
LDR410 AE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Bowden, A. Greg
Summer 2018
LDR410 AE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Decision Making and Leadership

Decision Making and Leadership

This course explores various biases, common heuristics, and social dynamics that often lead to faulty decisions and evaluates strategies and tactics to safe guard the decision making process so as to enhance the probability of implementing good decisions. Students will also study the creative process and models for making wise decision that optimize personal and collective outcomes. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2017
LDR430 BE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
LDR430 AE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Culture and Leadership

Culture and Leadership

This course deepens the student's understanding of principles of collaboration, modeling positive behavior, and mentorship in relation to diverse groups, communities, and individuals. Students will evaluate various effective strategies for fostering and nurturing diversity best practices. The course will also have students appreciate the differences of individuals and how to capitalize on those differences as strengths. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
LDR450 BE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Darnell, Jasmine Dawn
Fall 2016
LDR450 AE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Davis, Dirk M.
Spring 2018
LDR450 BE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
LDR450 AE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Group and Leadership

Group and Leadership

Effective groups and teams are critical in modern organizations, yet there are often dysfunctional dynamics and processes within the group. This course will provide the student with fundamental concepts relating to group dynamics, group decision making, and interpersonal conflict. Special attention will be paid to diversity in this class. Students will gain a better understanding of dynamics of small group interaction and having an understanding of some of the techniques for solving conflict and imporoving communication toward future benefits. This course will provide the platform necessary for the student to engage in accurate communication of ideas which can influence other behavior. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2017
LDR470 BE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
LDR470 AE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Capstone Portfolio

Capstone Portfolio

Students will review their personal and professional development based upon their baccalaureate experiences at California Baptist University. Students will evaluate their growth and development through the program, identify their relative strengths and areas for growth, and development a personal development plan. Students will demonstrate critical self-reflection and ability to make judicious, relevant and insightful applicants and professional judgment from their cumulative undergraduate experience. Pass/Fail. (1 unit)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
LBS498 AE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Bowden, A. Greg
Spring 2017
LBS498 AE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Bowden, A. Greg
Summer 2017
LBS498 AE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
LBS498 AE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
LBS498 AE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
LBS498 AE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Retailing & Merchandising

Retailing & Merchandising

To familiarize students with the decisions involved in running a retail firm and the concepts and principles for making those decisions. Topics of discussion will include retail business planning, site selection, retail promotion strategies, HR management, customer relationship management, supply chain management, customer buying behavior, merchandising, space planning and layout, and store management. While the course focuses on the retail industry including retailers of consumer services, the content of the course is also useful for students interested in working for companies that interface with retailers such as manufacturers of consumer products or for students with a general business interest. Prerequisite: MKT 333. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Spring 2017
MKT313 AE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Ballard, Rodney J.
Summer 2018
MKT313 AE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Marketing Research

Marketing Research

The emphasis of the course is on improving the skills of conducting marketing research. This course is designed to teach students the fundamentals of the research process including: recognizing the need for marketing research, planning for marketing research, obtaining and collecting the data, analyzing the data, and presenting the research results. This course concerns the use of marketing research as an aid to making marketing decisions. Accordingly, this course is appropriate for both prospective users of research results and prospective marketing researchers. Primary and secondary research will be performed, qualitative and quantitative methods will be utilized as well. Prerequisite: BUS 315 and MKT 333. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
MKT323 AE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Gonzalez, Christina Maria
Summer 2017
MKT323 AE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
MKT323 AE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Principles of Marketing

Principles of Marketing

A study of the marketing functions, channels of distribution, selling, advertising, distribution, and marketing management for both retail and industrial businesses. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
MKT333 CE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Lowes, Nicole Ann
Fall 2016
MKT333 BE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A McNair, Josh Carel
Fall 2016
MKT333 AE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Ballard, Rodney J.
Spring 2017
MKT333 AE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Putulowski, Joe R.
Spring 2017
MKT333 BE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Putulowski, Joe R.
Summer 2017
MKT333 BE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2017
MKT333 AE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2017
MKT333 CE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
MKT333 BE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
MKT333 AE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
MKT333 BE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
MKT333 AE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
MKT333 BE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
MKT333 AE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Integrated Marketing Communicatn

Integrated Marketing Communicatn

This course examines the best practices companies use to perform integrated marketing communications (IMC). IMC includes advertising, sales promotion, direct marketing, personal selling, public relations, customer segmentation and selection, branding, and building customer relationships. Integration of these functions is essential to the success of the marketing strategy of the organization. Prerequisite: MKT 333. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2017
MKT353 AE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Consumer Behavior

Consumer Behavior

A focus on the individual buyer's role in the marketing system; retail operation and how the needs and wants of the buyers are met in a market-oriented system; importance of product image, brand package influence, and store image in influencing consumer purchases. Prerequisite: MKT 333. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Spring 2017
MKT458 AE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Gonzalez, Christina Maria
Fall 2017
MKT458 AE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
MKT458 AE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Marketing Management

Marketing Management

The formulation and implementation of effective marketing management strategies to achieve the creation of a viable marketing plan. Group presentations, case studies and experiential learning assignments will be performed in and out of class. Prerequisite: MKT 333 and senior status. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
MKT463 AE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Putulowski, Joe R.
Spring 2017
MKT463 AE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Putulowski, Joe R.
Summer 2017
MKT463 AE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
MKT463 AE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
MKT463 AE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
MKT463 AE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Elementary Algebra

Elementary Algebra

This course is designed to prepare a student who is not ready for college algebra. There is no prerequisite. This course will include instruction in the following areas: The real number system, linear equations and inequalities, linear graphs, exponents and polynomials, and rational expressions. Math placement will be determined by SAT or ACT and math placement test scores. Pass/Fail. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
MAT095 GE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Kennedy, David A.
Fall 2016
MAT095 FE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Hofschroer, Amy N.
Fall 2016
MAT095 BE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Morris, Elizabeth Ann
Fall 2016
MAT095 CE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Hofschroer, Amy N.
Spring 2017
MAT095 BE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Morris, Elizabeth Ann
Spring 2017
MAT095 DE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Hofschroer, Amy N.
Spring 2017
MAT095 CE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Degeneffe, Timothy Daniel
Summer 2017
MAT095 BE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2017
MAT095 DE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
MAT095 BE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
MAT095 AE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
MAT095 CE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
MAT095 AE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
Hybrid
TBA
M
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W
TH
F
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6:00 -
7:50 PM
Staff
Spring 2018
MAT095 BE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
MAT095 CE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
MAT095 AE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
Hybrid
TBA
M
T
W
TH
F
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6:00 -
7:50 PM
Staff
Summer 2018
MAT095 BE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
MAT095 CE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Intermediate Algebra

Intermediate Algebra

This course satisfies the math competency for the general education requirements. It will include instruction in the following areas; roots and radicals, quadratic equations and inequalities, graphing relations and functions, systems of equations and inequalities, and matrices and determinants. Prerequisite: MAT 095 or sufficient SAT, ACT or math placement exam scores. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
MAT115 GE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Degeneffe, Timothy Daniel
Fall 2016
MAT115 BE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Tucker, Ryan
Fall 2016
MAT115 DE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Morris, Elizabeth Ann
Fall 2016
MAT115 FE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Ritzi, Brandi Nicole
Spring 2017
MAT115 AE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Ritzi, Brandi Nicole
Spring 2017
MAT115 GE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Hofschroer, Amy N.
Spring 2017
MAT115 CE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Morris, Elizabeth Ann
Summer 2017
MAT115 BE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2017
MAT115 DE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
MAT115 BE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
MAT115 AE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
MAT115 CE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
MAT115 DE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
MAT115 AE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
Hybrid
TBA
M
T
W
TH
F
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6:00 -
7:50 PM
Staff
Spring 2018
MAT115 BE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
MAT115 DE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
MAT115 FE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
MAT115 BE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
MAT115 AE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
MAT115 FE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
MAT115 CE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Survey of Mathematics

Survey of Mathematics

This is a survey course covering the topics of critical thinking skills, inductive reasoning, problem solving, sets, logic, number theory, algebra, graphs and functions, systems of linear equations and inequalities, euclidean and non-euclidean geometry, groups, finance, probability, and statistics. The course is designed to expand into a variety of areas which students in the arts may find more applicable. Prerequisite: MAT 095 or sufficient SAT, ACT or math placement exam scores. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
MAT123 AE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Ritzi, Brandi Nicole
Fall 2016
MAT123 BE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Tucker, Ryan
Spring 2017
MAT123 AE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Tucker, Ryan
Spring 2017
MAT123 BE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Tucker, Ryan
Summer 2017
MAT123 AE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2017
MAT123 BE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
MAT123 AE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
MAT123 CE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
MAT123 AE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
MAT123 BE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
MAT123 AE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
MAT123 BE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Thrtcl Found & Intrprfl Commnctn

Thrtcl Found & Intrprfl Commnctn

Conceptual and essential component themes of the baccalaureate program in the California Baptist University School of Nursing will enhance understanding of the history of the discipline, the phenomenon of interest in nursing, and the roles of the professional nurse in relation to interprofessional collaboration. Focus is on an in- depth analysis of paradigms, theories, concepts, and values of the discipline of nursing. Verbal, non-verbal communication, attitudes, beliefs and principles will be explored in relation to interprofessional collaboration. An emphasis is placed on living the art with communication/collaboration activities, the nurse-person relationship and an understanding of the nurse?s presence and role in being with people as living quality unfolds. Prerequisite: Admission into the RN-BSN program (4 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
NUR300 AE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
Hybrid
School of Nursing Bldg
M
T
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TH
F
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8:00 -
9:50 PM
Schmidt, Jasmine D
Fall 2016
NUR300 BE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Schmidt, Jasmine D
Spring 2017
NUR300 AE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
Hybrid
School of Nursing Bldg
M
T
W
TH
F
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6:00 -
7:50 PM
Staff
Spring 2017
NUR300 BE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
NUR300 AE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
Hybrid
School of Nursing Bldg
M
T
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TH
F
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6:00 -
7:50 PM
Staff
Fall 2017
NUR300 BE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Cmmnctn/Infrmtcs inNrsng Practic

Cmmnctn/Infrmtcs inNrsng Practic

This course is designed to introduce applications of informatics systems to nursing practice, education, research, and administration. Utilizing nursing theory/collaboration communication methods in the nurse-person relationship for purposes of health information acquisition and teaching-learning opportunities will be explored. Integrating various theories, students will understand the importance of becoming knowledge workers, and develop skills for information literacy. Students are introduced to computer hardware, software, databases, and communications applications. Developments in computer technologies are discussed in the context of telehealth, e-health, distance education, and research utilization. Associated human-computer interaction and legal and ethical issues are addressed. Students learn how nurses can use nursing information systems to work more efficiently, allocate resources more effectively, and improve nursing services. Prerequisite: Admission into nursing major. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
NUR301 AE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
Hybrid
School of Nursing Bldg
M
T
W
TH
F
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8:00 -
9:50 PM
Rojas, Crystal L.
Fall 2016
NUR301 BE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Rojas, Crystal L.
Spring 2017
NUR301 AE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
Hybrid
School of Nursing Bldg
M
T
W
TH
F
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6:00 -
7:50 PM
Staff
Spring 2017
NUR301 BE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
NUR301 AE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
Hybrid
School of Nursing Bldg
M
T
W
TH
F
S
6:00 -
7:50 PM
Staff
Fall 2017
NUR301 BE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Pathophysiology

Pathophysiology

Emphasis on complementary knowledge development in life sciences, as they relate to global health. Understanding of basic pathophysiology including disease processes, prevention, clinical signs and symptoms, secondary effects and methods of treatment, will enable health professionals to collaborate and provide curative and rehabilitative services. Study of scientific principles assist in developing critical thinking and analytic methods of inquiry for nursing practice. This course builds upon the general principles of anatomy/physiology studied as a nursing prerequisite. Presentation of a pathophysiological problem through a research paper is required. The effects of psychosocial stimuli on disease will be discussed. A global approach to disease will be emphasized. Students are expected to look at vital statistics of disease and research results in a critical manner. Prerequisite: Admission into nursing major. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Spring 2017
NUR315 AE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
Hybrid
School of Nursing Bldg
M
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TH
F
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6:00 -
7:50 PM
Staff
Spring 2017
NUR315 BE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2017
NUR315 AE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
Hybrid
School of Nursing Bldg
M
T
W
TH
F
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6:00 -
7:50 PM
Staff
Summer 2017
NUR315 BE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Pharmacology and Nutrition

Pharmacology and Nutrition

An introduction to the basic principles of pharmacology and nutrition with a focus on pharmacokinetics, pharmacodynamics, and therapeutic implications for major drug categories as well as natural products. Emphasis also on nutritional health promotion as well as therapeutic nutrition related to selected illness states. Prerequisite: Admission into nursing major. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
NUR320 AE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
Hybrid
School of Nursing Bldg
Room 232
M
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8:00 -
9:50 PM
Martin, Nia M
Health Assessment & Promotion

Health Assessment & Promotion

The course is designed to improve knowledge, skills, and attitudes related to health promotion, the early detection of illness and disease prevention within diverse populations. Techniques of interview, observation, percussion, palpation, inspection, and auscultation to perform a comprehensive assessment are demonstrated. The process of data collection, interpretation, documentation and dissemination of assessment findings are covered. Presentation of a disease process and integration of health promotion strategies as it relates to the findings of a comprehensive assessment is required. Prerequisite: Admission into the RN-BSN program. (4 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Spring 2017
NUR327 AE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
Hybrid
School of Nursing Bldg
M
T
W
TH
F
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8:00 -
9:50 PM
Staff
Spring 2017
NUR327 BE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2017
NUR327 AE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
Hybrid
School of Nursing Bldg
M
T
W
TH
F
S
8:00 -
9:50 PM
Staff
Summer 2017
NUR327 BE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Research&Writing Healthcare Prof

Research&Writing Healthcare Prof

This course is designed to provide an introduction and overview of nursing research. The course will be devoted to a discussion of the development of nursing research and its utilization in the practice of nursing. Additionally, the course will introduce basic terminology, principles of research, methods and designs of qualitative and quantitative nursing research with the goal of aiding the student to critically evaluate and utilize nursing research. The ?So What?? connections between nursing theory and health care research and the possible importance for nursing practice and the profession will be regularly discussed. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
NUR375 AE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
Hybrid
School of Nursing Bldg
Room 132
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TH
F
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6:00 -
7:50 PM
Drayer, Mary E.
Spring 2017
NUR375 AE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
Hybrid
School of Nursing Bldg
M
T
W
TH
F
S
6:00 -
7:50 PM
Staff
Spring 2017
NUR375 BE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2017
NUR375 AE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
Hybrid
School of Nursing Bldg
M
T
W
TH
F
S
6:00 -
7:50 PM
Staff
Summer 2017
NUR375 BE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Community/Public Health Nursing

Community/Public Health Nursing

The course focuses on a theoretical understanding of nursing concepts which are utilized in nurse-community processes while providing nursing services to individuals, families, communities, and aggregates of populations. The student will explore the role of the community health /public health nurse as an interdisciplinary collaborator with other members of the healthcare team. Changing healthcare systems and policies from a global perspective will be explored. Co-requisite: NUR 421. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Summer 2017
NUR420 BE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
NUR420 BE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
Hybrid
School of Nursing Bldg
M
T
W
TH
F
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6:00 -
7:50 PM
Staff
Fall 2017
NUR420 CE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Community/Pblc Hlth Nrsng Prctcm

Community/Pblc Hlth Nrsng Prctcm

Practicum experience in community/public health nursing focusing on collaborative policy development, change, teaching-learning processes, the role, application of public health principles and nursing processes in the provision of nursing services with individuals/families and populations in a variety of community-based settings. Co-requisite: NUR 420. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Summer 2017
NUR421 BE Session 1&2
05/08/2017
08/27/2017
In-Person
Other Non-Site Locations
Room OTHR
M
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W
TH
F
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  Staff
Fall 2017
NUR421 AE Session 1&2
09/05/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
NUR421 BE Session 1&2
09/05/2017
12/23/2017
In-Person
Other Non-Site Locations
Room OTHR
M
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W
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F
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  Staff
Transcultural Patterns of Health

Transcultural Patterns of Health

This course will examine patterns of health beliefs and values from a nursing theoretical perspective. Health beliefs determined by religion, culture, society, and history will be reviewed. The course will examine how views of health influences health care, the health care delivery system, and specific elements of health throughout the life span. An important component of the course will be examination of the professional nurse?s role and implications for nursing services. Application of nursing research in health beliefs and values will also be included. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
NUR430 AE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
Hybrid
School of Nursing Bldg
Room 139
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F
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8:00 -
9:50 PM
Stephen, Tara L
Ethics and Issues in Healthcare

Ethics and Issues in Healthcare

The philosophical and ethical aspects of the roles of professional roles of provider, designed and member of profession are examined. Emphasis is placed on current issues of professional and legal accountability and responsibility, professional liability, advocacy, collective action, and the ethical responsibilities and decision making for the profession and changing healthcare systems. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
NUR460 AE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
Hybrid
School of Nursing Bldg
Room 132
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TH
F
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6:00 -
7:50 PM
Bradley, Karen S
Summer 2017
NUR460 BE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
NUR460 AE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
Hybrid
School of Nursing Bldg
M
T
W
TH
F
S
6:00 -
7:50 PM
Staff
Fall 2017
NUR460 BE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
Hybrid
School of Nursing Bldg
M
T
W
TH
F
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6:00 -
7:50 PM
Staff
Christian Leadership in Nursing

Christian Leadership in Nursing

Concepts of management, leadership and followership, change-persistence and organizational structure as frameworks for managing policy development and delivery of nursing care to groups of clients in an acute care setting. The transition from student role to professional nursing role as provider, coordinator, and designer is emphasized. Co-requisite: NUR 471. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Spring 2017
NUR470 AE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
Hybrid
School of Nursing Bldg
M
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W
TH
F
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6:00 -
7:50 PM
Staff
Fall 2017
NUR470 BE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
Hybrid
School of Nursing Bldg
M
T
W
TH
F
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6:00 -
7:50 PM
Staff
Fall 2017
NUR470 CE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Chrstian Ldrship Nursng Practicm

Chrstian Ldrship Nursng Practicm

Practicum hours are to equal hours 9 hours per week for the 15 weeks semester (135 hours total for the semester). This experience emphasizes the student experience of observing and assuming the role of nurse leader/manager. Implications for nursing theory-driven practice, teaching-learning processes, change-persistence, and collaboration with other healthcare providers shall be emphasized. Preceptors are selected and assigned to students by the course coordinator and/or nursing faculty. Co-requisite: NUR 470. (2 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Spring 2017
NUR471 AE Session 1&2
01/09/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
NUR471 AE Session 1&2
09/05/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
NUR471 BE Session 1&2
09/05/2017
12/23/2017
In-Person
Other Non-Site Locations
Room OTHR
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Senior Capstone Practicum

Senior Capstone Practicum

This practicum senior level course focuses on the roles and responsibilities of a new graduate BSN professional nurse. The course provides an opportunity for the student to further develop leadership and practice nursing skills necessary for the beginning practitioner role. It also facilitates synthesis of the nursing knowledge and skills acquired in previous program courses in the provision of nursing care to individuals, families, and aggregates. Faculty in collaboration with the nursing administrators in health care agencies identify agency nurses who will assist students to achieve course/individual objectives in the agency. A nursing clinical faculty member and the selected agency nurse, i.e., Clinical Faculty, who is matched with the student assist the student to develop a Personal Objective Plan. The Plan is a set of individualized specific measurable objectives, which guide the student?s clinical learning experience while meeting course objectives. The Clinical Faculty, the student and Campus Faculty form a three person team which facilitates the implementation of the student?s plan. Nine (9) hours/week practicum. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Spring 2017
NUR499 AE Session 1&2
01/09/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
NUR499 AE Session 1&2
09/05/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
NUR499 BE Session 1&2
09/05/2017
12/23/2017
In-Person
Other Non-Site Locations
Room OTHR
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  Staff
Foundtns of Organiztnl Leadrship (Graduate Level)

Foundtns of Organiztnl Leadrship

Reviews contemporary issues and perspectives on organizational leadership, multi-disciplinary perspectives, and leadership models. The distinction between leadership and management, vision, collaboration and strategies to manage organizational behavior will be explored. Emphasizes the application of concepts to actual organizational situations culminating in the articulation of a personal philosophy of leadership. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
ORG501 BE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
Hybrid
Other Non-Site Locations
M
T
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TH
F
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6:00 -
7:50 PM
Davis, Dirk M.
Fall 2016
ORG501 AE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Bowden, A. Greg
Spring 2017
ORG501 AE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Brown, Stephen C.
Summer 2017
ORG501 AE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
ORG501 AE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
ORG501 AE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
ORG501 AE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Conflict Resolution & Negotiatns (Graduate Level)

Conflict Resolution & Negotiatns

Emphasizes a pragmatic approach to resolving conflicts that arise in both non-profit and for-profit enterprises by applying conflict analysis models, tools and processes. Focuses on constructive communication, cultural awareness and sensitivity to diverse populations in a variety of settings, and reaching outcomes through the use of collaborative processes. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Spring 2017
ORG512 CE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
Hybrid
Other Non-Site Locations
Room OTHR
M
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W
TH
F
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6:00 -
7:50 PM
Frederick, Thomas Vincent
Spring 2017
ORG512 AE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Brown, Stephen C.
Spring 2017
ORG512 BE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Davis, Dirk M.
Summer 2017
ORG512 AE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
ORG512 AE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
ORG512 AE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Organizational Communication (Graduate Level)

Organizational Communication

Explores the breadth of communication tools available to organizational leaders for instituting change, perception, and organizational growth. Examines and evaluates communication in a variety of formats, including dyadic, small group, formal and informal communication. Collaboration strategies and their results are examined as an influence on group dynamics. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
ORG523 DE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
Hybrid
Other Non-Site Locations
M
T
W
TH
F
S
8:00 -
9:50 PM
Bowden, A. Greg
Fall 2016
ORG523 CE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Groves, Beth A.
Fall 2016
ORG523 BE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Brown, Stephen C.
Fall 2016
ORG523 AE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Brown, Stephen C.
Fall 2017
ORG523 AE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
ORG523 BE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Leadership Across Cultures (Graduate Level)

Leadership Across Cultures

Examines the social, cultural, and historical influences on leadership in a global society. Aspects of social forces, dynamics, and historical contexts that influence human experience will be explored. National, corporate, community, and group organizations are examined for evidence of culturally influenced worldviews and values and how they impact the workplace. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
ORG534 CE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
Hybrid
Other Non-Site Locations
M
T
W
TH
F
S
6:00 -
7:50 PM
Bowden, A. Greg
Fall 2016
ORG534 BE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Brown, Stephen C.
Fall 2016
ORG534 AE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Brown, Stephen C.
Fall 2017
ORG534 AE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Leading Organizational Change (Graduate Level)

Leading Organizational Change

Investigates concepts and practical techniques of organizational design and change. Emphasizes change management includes factors in transitioning individuals, teams, and organizations to a desired future state. Explores the leader's role in creating and preventing change, and strategies for coping with resistance will also be studied. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Summer 2017
ORG545 CE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
Hybrid
Other Non-Site Locations
M
T
W
TH
F
S
6:00 -
7:50 PM
Staff
Summer 2017
ORG545 BE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2017
ORG545 AE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
ORG545 AE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Practical Financial Management (Graduate Level)

Practical Financial Management

Develops a practical understanding of how to use financial data to inform leaders in making effective decisions to carry out the mission and goals of an organization. Emphasizes understanding the role of balance sheets, cash flow, and income statements to identify drivers of financial performance and resource allocation. Case studies are utilized to provide real-world application to concepts learned. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Spring 2017
ORG556 CE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
Hybrid
Other Non-Site Locations
Room OTHR
M
T
W
TH
F
S
8:00 -
9:50 PM
Kling, Mark P.
Spring 2017
ORG556 BE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Kling, Mark P.
Spring 2017
ORG556 AE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Kling, Mark P.
Spring 2018
ORG556 AE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Managing Human Capital (Graduate Level)

Managing Human Capital

Emphasizes the strategic role of human resources in performing functions of recruitment, hiring, training, career development and other contemporary processes within the organizational setting. Serves as an introduction to the areas of compensation, collective bargaining, affirmative action and other regulatory procedures and requirements as they relate to applications within organizations. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Spring 2017
ORG567 CE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
Hybrid
Other Non-Site Locations
Room OTHR
M
T
W
TH
F
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6:00 -
7:50 PM
Bowden, A. Greg
Spring 2017
ORG567 BE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Evans Grayson, Gail Marie
Spring 2017
ORG567 AE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Bowden, A. Greg
Spring 2018
ORG567 AE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Legal Ethcl & Pblc Policy Issues (Graduate Level)

Legal Ethcl & Pblc Policy Issues

Explores the philosophical concepts behind the construct of worldview, and its control over value formation, moral, and ethical decision-making. Reviews court cases and data surrounding the intersection of legal and ethical choices made by leaders will be studied. Examines the issues that shape public policy at the local, state and federal level and the ethical dilemmas policy makers face. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Summer 2017
ORG578 CE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
Hybrid
Other Non-Site Locations
M
T
W
TH
F
S
6:00 -
7:50 PM
Staff
Summer 2017
ORG578 AE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2017
ORG578 BE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
ORG578 AE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Strategic Management (Graduate Level)

Strategic Management

Examines the strategic planning process including formulation, implementation, and control. Provides a framework for identifying vision, core values, goals, and competitive advantage for the organization. Explores various organizational strategies from for-profit and non-profit enterprises. Develops an understanding of how to create strategic options by synthesizing various strategies. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
ORG589 CE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
Hybrid
Other Non-Site Locations
M
T
W
TH
F
S
8:00 -
9:50 PM
Kling, Mark P.
Fall 2016
ORG589 BE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Hovey, Mitchell R.
Fall 2016
ORG589 AE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Hovey, Mitchell R.
Summer 2017
ORG589 AE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
ORG589 AE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
ORG589 AE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Orgnizatnl Ldrshp Innovatn Prjct (Graduate Level)

Orgnizatnl Ldrshp Innovatn Prjct

Provides an opportunity to synthesize the knowledge and skills learned throughout the program, and to develop an innovative, comprehensive project. May include, but is not limited to, a guided project, designing a new organization, analyzing an existing major organizational problem and recommending solutions, etc. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
ORG591 AE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Bowden, A. Greg
Spring 2017
ORG591 AE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Bowden, A. Greg
Summer 2017
ORG591 CE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
Hybrid
Other Non-Site Locations
M
T
W
TH
F
S
8:00 -
9:50 PM
Staff
Summer 2017
ORG591 AE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
ORG591 AE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
ORG591 AE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
ORG591 AE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Intro to Philosophy

Intro to Philosophy

This course introduces students to the meaning and basic categories of philosophy such as epistemology and philosophy of religion. This is accomplished through an exploration of the primary issues and central figures within the discipline. Particular relevance is given to the development of a Christian World-view and the role philosophy plays in life and culture. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
PHI213 BE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Cyr, Taylor W.
Fall 2016
PHI213 AE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Gill, John J
Spring 2017
PHI213 FE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Cyr, Taylor W.
Spring 2017
PHI213 CE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Gill, John J
Spring 2017
PHI213 BE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Wilhite, Shawn J.
Spring 2017
PHI213 AE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Gill, John J
Spring 2017
PHI213 DE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Cyr, Taylor W.
Summer 2017
PHI213 AE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2017
PHI213 BE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
PHI213 BE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
PHI213 AE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
PHI213 CE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
PHI213 AE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
PHI213 BE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
PHI213 CE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
PHI213 AE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
PHI213 BE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Applied Ethics

Applied Ethics

An exploration of the application of various metaethical theories to ethical questions and issues that arise in various arenas of life. The study involves both the examination of methods as well as cases. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Summer 2017
PHI324 AE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Comparative Religions

Comparative Religions

This course is an introduction to the major religious traditions of the world, particularly Hinduism, Buddhism, Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. The historical development, key figures, as well as major doctrines and practices are explored. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
PHI353 BE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Wilhite, Shawn J.
Fall 2016
PHI353 FE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Nguyen, Anh-Khoa
Fall 2016
PHI353 GE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Emerson, Matthew Y.
Fall 2016
PHI353 DE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Slunaker, Joseph Gregory
Spring 2017
PHI353 BE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Wilhite, Shawn J.
Spring 2017
PHI353 AE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Stamps, Robert Lucas
Spring 2017
PHI353 CE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Wilhite, Shawn J.
Summer 2017
PHI353 BE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2017
PHI353 AE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2017
PHI353 CE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
PHI353 BE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
PHI353 AE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
PHI353 CE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
PHI353 BE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
PHI353 AE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
PHI353 BE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
PHI353 AE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
PHI353 DE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
PHI353 CE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Introduction to the Geosciences

Introduction to the Geosciences

A general study of the geosciences including the areas of astronomy, meteorology and climate, geology, and oceanography. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
PSC151 AE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Thompson, Catherine M
Spring 2017
PSC151 AE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Thompson, Catherine M
Summer 2017
PSC151 AE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
PSC151 AE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
PSC151 AE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Intro to the Geosciences Lab

Intro to the Geosciences Lab

A laboratory experience designed to illustrate and reinforce geosciences principles and to introduce basic geosciences laboratory techniques. Additional lab fee. Pre- or Co-requisite: PSC 151. (1 unit)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
PSC151L AE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Thompson, Catherine M
Spring 2017
PSC151L AE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Thompson, Catherine M
Summer 2017
PSC151L AE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
PSC151L AE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
PSC151L AE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
American Government

American Government

The course provides an introductory overview of the American political system. It begins with a discussion of the principles of the Declaration of Independence, Constitution, and Bill of Rights and an examination of their impact on the country. It also covers the avenues and means of democratic citizenship and political influence in American politics. The course further examines the major political institutions in the United States: Congress, Presidency, Bureaucracy, and Courts. In order to assess the impact of government on society, the course concludes with an exploration of public policy. (Meets state requirement in United States Constitution and California Government.) (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
POL213 AE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Alexander, Noemi Hernandez
Fall 2016
POL213 CE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Alexander, Noemi Hernandez
Fall 2016
POL213 DE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Alexander, Noemi Hernandez
Spring 2017
POL213 AE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Kircher, Patricia L.
Spring 2017
POL213 BE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Alexander, Noemi Hernandez
Spring 2017
POL213 CE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Sundstrom, Linda-Marie
Summer 2017
POL213 AE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2017
POL213 BE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
Hybrid
TBA
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6:00 -
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Staff
Summer 2017
POL213 CE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
POL213 AE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
POL213 BE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
POL213 CE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
POL213 AE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
POL213 BE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
POL213 AE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
POL213 BE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
POL213 CE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
State and Local Government

State and Local Government

This course studies the place and responsibilities of state and local governments in the United States and how they relate with other units of government. This includes an assessment of the citizenship and participation in state and local politics, both at the individual and collective level; and then an examination of state political institutions, such as governors, state legislatures, state courts, and administration. The course also covers city and county governments, and other local units of government. Although it is comparative, special attention is given to California politics. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
POL223 AE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Sundstrom, Linda-Marie
Fall 2016
POL223 BE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Doyle, James F
Spring 2017
POL223 AE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Groves, Beth A.
Summer 2017
POL223 AE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
POL223 AE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
POL223 AE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
POL223 AE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Intro to Comparative Politics

Intro to Comparative Politics

The course begins with an overview of factors (constitutions, political systems, and political ideology) political scientists use to understand and explain variations in policy outcomes at the national level. The course also examines actors (political parties, interest groups, social movements, and public opinion), processes (elections), and political institutions from a comparative perspective. The course concludes with an overview of the public policy process and examination of specific policy areas. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Summer 2017
POL255 AE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Congress & the Presidency

Congress & the Presidency

The study of the place, responsibilities, and functions of Congress and the presidency in American politics is covered. This includes congressional organization and behavior, congressional elections, party leadership, congressional rules and procedures, and the committee system, with its effect on policy. The presidency roles, powers, and functions are also examined. The president?s relationship with both the media and public, other branches, presidential character and leadership are included. Both branches are examined in light of checks and balances. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Spring 2017
POL390 AE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Huyck, Kristen J.
Summer 2018
POL390 AE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Political Economy

Political Economy

This course explores the relationship between the economy and politics and provides both a description and assessment of the economy. This entails an overview of economic theory, macroeconomics, savings, investments, microeconomics and markets, inflation, monetary policy, international economics and globalization, and the role of the private sector and government. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
POL395 AE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Kircher, Patricia L.
Fall 2016
POL395 CE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Kircher, Patricia L.
Fall 2017
POL395 BE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
POL395 AE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
POL395 AE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
World Geography

World Geography

This course studies the world's geographic areas and the outstanding human, social, and physical features of realms and regions. In doing so, special attention is given to the more important features of histories, societies, cultures, and religions of the people living in the region. It also examines the relationship between human life and natural environment. The purpose is to help students better understand the world, our relationship with the environment, and human connections around the globe. (This course does not meet the POL general education requirement.) (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
POL415 CE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Provance, Brett
Fall 2016
POL415 AE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Provance, Brett
Fall 2016
POL415 BE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Provance, Brett
Spring 2017
POL415 BE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Provance, Brett
Summer 2017
POL415 AE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2017
POL415 BE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
POL415 CE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
POL415 AE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
POL415 BE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
American Political Theory

American Political Theory

This course provides an exploration of the founding of the American Republic. It begins with the colonial period, noting the relationship between religion, liberty, and politics, and then moves to ideas that shaped the American Revolution. From there it analyzes the discussions on the Constitution by both the Federalists and the Antifederalists. The course also examines the discussions surrounding the new Republic and the growth of the nation, including the struggles regarding individualism, liberty, equality, race, gender, wealth, economic regulation, and community responsibility. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Summer 2017
POL427 AE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Christianity & Citizenship

Christianity & Citizenship

This goal of the course is the development of a Christian perspective toward politics. The course begins with an examination of the important role that Christianity played in the founding of the United States. The course carefully considers a number of political worldviews and ideologies from a Christian perspective. The course analyzes the impact of Christianity on political culture and behavior in the United States. Lastly, the course introduces students to the duties and obligations of American Christians in the arena of democratic politics. Prerequisite: Political Science Major and Junior/Senior status. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
POL431 AE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Gill, John J
Spring 2018
POL431 AE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Diplomatic Hist. of the U.S.

Diplomatic Hist. of the U.S.

This course is a history of the diplomatic relations of the United States and the development of the leading principles of foreign policy set within the context of an analysis of various geo-political models. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2017
POL443 BE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Fall 2017
POL443 AE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
International Law

International Law

This course will examine the development of modern international law. The course will consider the foundations of customary and conventional international laws, as well as treaties that bear upon the conduct of members of the international community. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2017
POL444 AE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Research Methods Political Sci

Research Methods Political Sci

This course examines the research methods used in Political Science. Topics addressed in the course include the philosophical and theoretical foundations of social science research; ethical issues related to research; research design; descriptive and inferential statistic analysis; survey, qualitative field, unobtrusive, and evaluation research; and qualitative and quantitative data analysis with the Statistical Package for the Social Sciences (SPSS). Students will obtain the statistical knowledge necessary to read and critique scholarly articles and books. In addition, the course will prepare students to use statistical methods in their own research in graduate school or in their professional careers. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Spring 2017
POL450 AE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Kircher, Patricia L.
Fall 2017
POL450 AE Session 2
10/30/2017
12/23/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
POL450 AE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Exec Ldrshp & Mngmnt Publ Sector

Exec Ldrshp & Mngmnt Publ Sector

This course introduces students to the executive and management skills necessary for successful leadership in public organizations. Emphasis is on assessment of personal growth needs and enhancement of administrative skills, including communication, decision-making, motivation, leadership styles, and team building. (This course does not meet requirements for general education). (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Spring 2017
POL451 BE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Ahumada, Elaine
Spring 2017
POL451 AE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Alexander, Noemi Hernandez
Summer 2018
POL451 AE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Organizational Theory and Design

Organizational Theory and Design

Students will use classic and current literature to examine the fundamental questions guiding organization theory in public administration with an emphasis on reconciling democracy with bureaucratic principles and behavior. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
POL452 AE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Groves, Beth A.
Fall 2016
POL452 BE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Groves, Beth A.
Summer 2017
POL452 AE Session 1
05/08/2017
07/02/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Spring 2018
POL452 AE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Administrative Law & Bureaucracy

Administrative Law & Bureaucracy

This course examines the place and impact of executive agencies on the formation and implementation of administrative law and regulation in the United States. This includes an overview of the administrative process, a discussion of administrative power, and bureaucratic organization. The course then examines the steps, stages, and participants of the administrative process, such as delegation of authority, administrative rulemaking, agency adjudication, and judicial review. The course concludes with a discussion of tort liability and sovereign immunity, the relationship between the bureaucracy and the other branches, and administrative reform. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2017
POL453 AE Session 1
09/05/2017
10/29/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Policy Process & Analysis

Policy Process & Analysis

This class examines policy-making theory and practice in the United States. Theoretical models studied include rational, incremental, and institutional, group, elite, public choice, and game theory. Policy areas covered include civil rights, criminal justice, health, and welfare, education, environmental protection, economic policy, and national defense. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Spring 2017
POL465 AE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Groves, Beth A.
Spring 2017
POL465 BE Session 2
03/06/2017
04/30/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Doyle, James F
Summer 2018
POL465 AE Session 2
07/02/2018
08/26/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Constitutional Law I

Constitutional Law I

The course facilitates an understanding of the Constitution and its relationship to the three branches of government and their functions and a greater appreciation of the role of the court in affecting their balances. Included aspects of study are the court system, judicial review, presidential power, Congress and commerce, Federalism, contracts, due process, and civil liberties. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
POL484 AE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Minesinger, Kenneth W.
Spring 2018
POL484 AE Session 1
01/08/2018
03/04/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Constitutional Law II

Constitutional Law II

This course studies the most important decisions of the Supreme Court on individual rights and the conflicts from which they have arisen, which means examining the trinity of individual values and rights in American civil liberties?freedom, due process, and equality. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Spring 2017
POL485 AE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Sundstrom, Linda-Marie
Spring 2017
POL485 BE Session 1
01/09/2017
03/05/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Sundstrom, Linda-Marie
Summer 2017
POL485 AE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Summer 2018
POL485 AE Session 1
05/07/2018
07/01/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Contemp Issues in Public Admin

Contemp Issues in Public Admin

This course uses case studies to examine the history and scope of public administration in the United States. An emphasis is placed on both practice and theory, financial administration, problems of management, administration organization and behavior, decision-making, and intergovernmental relations. (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
POL490 AE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Sundstrom, Linda-Marie
Fall 2016
POL490 BE Session 2
10/31/2016
12/23/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Garubo, Raymond Charles
Spring 2018
POL490 AE Session 2
03/05/2018
04/29/2018
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Public Personnel Management

Public Personnel Management

The course includes theory and current practices in personnel management at the local, state, and national levels of government. Topics covered include the history and development of public personnel management, the constitutional dimensions of employment law, employee training and development, and current human resource issues such as affirmative action, sexual harassment, and cultural diversity. (This course does not meet the POL general education requirement.) (3 units)


SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Summer 2017
POL491 AE Session 2
07/03/2017
08/27/2017
OnlineN/AN/A Staff
Principles of Public Admin

Principles of Public Admin

This course examines the scope of public administration. Emphasis on practice as well as theory in personnel administration, financial administration, problems of management, administrative organization, merit systems, and intergovernmental relations by the use of case studies. (3 units)


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SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationDaysTimeInstructor
Fall 2016
POL493 CE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/AN/A Garubo, Raymond Charles
Fall 2016
POL493 DE Session 1
09/06/2016
10/30/2016
OnlineN/A