Fall 2010 Credit Schedule

MiraCosta College
Cardiff & Oceanside Campuses
Fall 2010 Credit Courses
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MiraCosta College Fall 2010
Table of Contents
AAcademic Advisement
......................... 14,
98, 99
Academic Department Directory. ..................... 7
FFees
. ........ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4, 89, 92
RRefund Policy
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
92
Final Exam Schedule.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88
Repeating Classes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90
Academic Programs & Services.................... 104
Financial Aid Information. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 101, 103
Residency Requirements. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 92
Adding Classes. ............................................... 90
Food Pantry.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 103
Admissions Information................................... 89
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)........... 113
Applying for Admission...................................... 4
Associate Degrees............................................8
Athletics & Intramural Sports........................ 102
Auditing Classes. ............................................. 90
BBook Loans/Grants
. .......................... 92,
101, 106
SSafety
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 114
GGeneral Education Pattern
.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
San Elijo Campus........................................6, 71
Grades....... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88, 90
Scholarships.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 105
Selective Service Information. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 113
HHealth Fee
.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
92
Service Learning. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 105
Health Services.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 103
Sprinter/Bus Student Pass.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 114
Help Desk.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 103
Student Accounts (Cashier).. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 103
High School Diploma Program. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56
Student Activities.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 102
Bookstore....................................................... 106
Honors Scholar Program.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66, 104
Student ID Card. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 92
Bus/Sprinter Student Pass (ad). ..................... 114
Housing Referral. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 103
Student Newspaper (Chariot).. . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67
How to Read Course Listings..........................15
CCalendar
. ............................................................
5
Campus Police. .............................................. 102
LLibrary
. ...... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
104
Career Center................... 12, 14, 32, 45, 69, 102
Locations of Classes Offered Off-Campus. . . . 114
Cashier (Student Accounts)........................... 103
Lost & Found.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 103
Certificate Programs.......................................... 8
Child Development Center............................ 102
Class Selection & Fee Worksheet................... 93
Counseling. .............................................. 14, 102
Course Listings
All Courses.................................................. 16
Late-Start Courses...................................... 86
Online.......................................................... 83
San Elijo Campus........................................ 72
DDates & Deadlines
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91
Degrees.............................................................. 8
Department Chairs............................................. 7
MMaps
. ........ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Inside Back Cover
Math Learning Center (ad).. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 104
Matriculation (Testing, Orientation,
Advisement).. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19, 98, 103
Military Tuition Assistance.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 92
NNon-Resident Tuition
.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
OOrientation
.................................................
Academic Departments................................ 7
Student Services. ......................................... 6
Disability Accommodation.............................. 113
Disabled Students Programs & Services...... 102
92
19, 99
Online Enrollment Information (SURF). . . . . . . . . . . 94
PParking on Campus
.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Directories
92
Pass/No Pass Option. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90
Permission Numbers. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90
Phi Theta Kappa.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 104
Policies
Enrollment/Class Policies. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90
Equal Employment Opportunity Policy. . . . . 113
104
Equal Opportunity Policy/
Disability Accommodation.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 113
Enrollment Schedule. ................................. 89
Family Educational Rights
& Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 113
SURF Online Enrollment. ........................... 94
Fee Policies.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 92
EOPS.. . . .......................................................... 103
Refund Policy.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 92
Smoking & Drug Use.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 113
Dropping Classes............................................. 90
EEnglish as a Second Language (Credit)
. .......
Enrolling in Courses
Student Right-to-Know Rates.. . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 113
Student Services Directory. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Prerequisites/Corequisites
Regulations. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90, 91
Requisite Review Form. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 112
Student Support Services.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 102
Study Abroad.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 105
SURF Online Enrollment Information. . . . . . . . . . . . . 94
TTax Credit Information
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 113
Tech Prep.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 105
Testing.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . 19, 98, 103
Transfer Information
Transfer Agreements. . . . . . . . . . 13, 14, 36, 53, 65
Transfer Center. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12, 14, 103
CSU List of Transfer Courses. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
IGETC List of Transfer Courses. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Chart of IGETC Course Days/Times.. 107–111
Transportation (NCTD). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 114
Tutoring.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 105
VVeterans Services
.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
103
W
Wait Lists........................................................90
Work Experience Education. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70, 82, 105
Writing Center.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 105
Accreditation
MiraCosta College is accredited by the
Western Association of Schools and
Colleges (WASC) and the Accrediting
Commission for Community and Junior
Colleges (ACCJC). The University of
California, California State Universities
and private universities of high rank give
credit for transfer courses completed at
MiraCosta College.
Puente Project.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 104
MiraCosta College • Fall 2010
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Welcome to Fall 2010 at MiraCosta College!
You may attend MiraCosta College if you are 18 years or older, or a high school graduate or equivalent.
High school students (sophomore and above) ready for the challenge of college work may also attend
MiraCosta College with a permit signed by their parents and high school principal.
Here’s how to get started: If you are a…
Continuing MiraCosta College student
who was enrolled in spring or summer 2010, you can enroll beginning
June 30 — check for your exact enrollment date on page 89 then go to the
course listings to select your classes for fall.
Returning MiraCosta College student who was not
enrolled in spring or summer 2010
First, complete an online Application for Admission. After it is processed,
you may enroll in your classes online using SURF. Your enrollment day
may be as early as July 26 if your application was submitted in advance.
If you haven’t yet taken the English and math placement tests, see page 98.
First-time college student
Complete an online Application for Admission. Complete English and
math placement tests, orientation and advisement as soon as possible,
see pages 98–100 for details. Placement tests are not graded—they are
tools to place you in the appropriate level English and math classes.
Online orientation and advisement will teach you how to select classes
and enroll. Completing the placement tests, orientation and advisement
earns you an earlier enrollment date! (First priority enrollment privilege
does not apply to concurrently enrolled high school students.)
Student new to MiraCosta with previous
college experience
Complete an online Application for Admission. If you plan to use course
work from another school to meet a prerequisite for a MiraCosta College
class, complete the Requisite Review Form on page 112. Submit the
completed form and a transcript or grade report to the Admissions and
Records Office for each prerequisite to be cleared. Once your application
has been processed and any prerequisites cleared, you will be able to enroll
online using SURF on or after July 26.
Student new to MiraCosta, taking courses for
personal/professional development
If you already have a degree and/or are not planning to earn a degree or
certificate at MiraCosta College, complete an online Application for
Admission. Enroll online on or after July 26. If you plan to take courses
requiring prerequisites, you will need to clear the prerequisites following
the procedure outlined above. See pages 90–91 for details on prerequisites.
International student
International students (F-1 visa) apply for admission through the
International Student Office, Room 3443 in the Student Center on the
Oceanside Campus, (760) 795-6897.
Current high school sophomore, junior or senior
You may attend MiraCosta College with a Concurrent Enrollment Permit
signed by your high school principal and parent. Concurrent Enrollment
Permits and an Application for Admission may be printed from the college
Web site at www.miracosta.edu/studentforms. Mail or take your completed
permit and Application for Admission to the Admissions and Records Office.
See page 89 for hours and location of the Admissions and Records Office.
Concurrently enrolled high school students will register for classes
beginning August 9.
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MiraCosta College • Fall 2010
Applying for Admission
Complete the Credit Class Application at:
www.miracosta.edu
The online application is available in both English and Spanish.
Or, print the application from the college Web site or pick up a
paper application from the Admissions and Records Office
(locations below). Mail or bring the completed application to
either location:
MiraCosta College Oceanside Campus
Admissions and Records Office, Building 3300, Sta. 10A
1 Barnard Drive, Oceanside, CA 92056
MiraCosta College San Elijo Campus
Admissions and Records Office, Sta. 17B
Administration Building
3333 Manchester Avenue, Cardiff, CA 92007
Allow 2–3 days for your online application to be processed
and 5–6 days for the paper application.
Fees for Fall 2010
Enrollment Fee
Health Services Fee
Student Center Fee
$26 per unit for California residents*
$17
$1 per unit up to $10 per year
Optional Fees:
Student ID Card
Parking Permit
$6
$35 car/$17.50 motorcycle
For a detailed explanation of required and optional fees,
see page 92.
*Persons determined to be nonresidents of California pay an additional
per-unit fee of $185. Some exemptions to residency requirements exist.
See page 92 for detailed information on residency and non-resident fees.
For the best selection of
classes, enroll online as soon
as possible on or after your
enrollment date.
Learn how to use SURF!
Go to pages 94–97
for detailed instructions.
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College Calendar • Fall 2010
Deadlines listed below are for full-length fall semester classes.
For late-start, mid-semester and other variable class deadlines, see the chart on page 91.
JUNE
June 30, 2010
•First priority enrollment begins; continues through August 22. (For continuing students enrolled in spring or summer
and new students who have completed testing, orientation and advisement.)
JUly
July 26
•Second priority enrollment begins; continues through August 22. (For new and returning students who have not
completed testing, orientation and advisement or students from previous group who have not yet enrolled.)
August 9
•Third priority student enrollment begins; continues through August 22. (For all concurrently enrolled
high school students or students from previous groups who have not yet enrolled)
August 16 – 20
•In-person enrollment. (Students may apply, enroll in classes, clear preprequisites and pay fees
in one visit to the Admissions and Records Office.)
August 19
•Deadline to submit application online, in person or by mail to be processed in time for first day of the semester.
August 23
•First day of fall classes.
August 23 – 28
•Late enrollment/add classes.
August 29 – September 4
•Late enrollment/add classes with instructor permission.
September 4
• Last day to add classes with instructor permission.
• Financial Aid add/drop deadline.
• Last day to drop classes and receive a refund.
• Last day to drop classes with no grade place on permanent record.
September 6
•College closed — Labor Day (Legal Holiday).
September 7
•Late-Start (15-Week) classes begin.
September 24
• Last day to file petition for degree/certificate for fall.
• Last day to petition for pass/no pass grading option.
• Last day to file petition for Directed Studies.
October 1
•Last day to file petition for Credit by Institutional Examination.
October 18
• Mid-Semester (8-Week) classes begin.
November 12
•College closed — Veterans Day (Legal Holiday).
November 18
•Last day to DROP classes with option of “W” grade (unless an instructor has set an earlier date).
November 25 – 28
•College closed —Thanksgiving.
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December 11–17
•Final examinations.
December 17
•Fall semester ends.
December 23 – January 2
•College closed.
January 3, 2011
•Offices reopen.
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Student Services Directory
Oceanside Campus
The following offices may be contacted by calling (760) 757-2121 and the extensions listed below:
OFFICE BLDG.
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Admissions and Records: Enroll, add, drop classes; request official transcript.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3300
6620
Campus Police: Pick up parking decal; Lost & Found; safety concerns.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1100
6640
Hours: Mon.–Thurs. 8 a.m.–7 p.m.; Fri. 8 a.m.–4:30 p.m.
Hours: Mon.–Fri. 7 a.m.–11 p.m.; Sat. 7 a.m.–3 p.m.
Career Center: Career counseling; student employment; internships; work experience.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3700
Child Development Center: Preschool/child care program. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8000
Counseling: Academic counseling by appointment or during scheduled drop-in times.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3700
Hours: Mon.–Thurs. 8 a.m.–7 p.m.; Fri. 8 a.m.–4:30 p.m.
Disabled Students Programs: Services for students with disabilities
DSPS Director/Section 504 Coordinator: Connie Wilbur. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3000
EOPS/CalWORKs: Services for financially/educationally disadvantaged students.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3000
Financial Aid: Apply for BOG fee waiver; other financial aid; Hours: Mon.–Thurs. 8 a.m.–7 p.m.; Fri. 8 a.m.–4:30 p.m... . . . . . . 3000
Health Services: Registered nurse on duty handles a variety of student health needs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3300
International Students: Support services for students on F-1/M-1 visas.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3400
Library: For current hours, call ext. 6717 or check www.miracosta.edu/library.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1200
Scholarship Office: Apply for scholarships....................... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3000
School Relations/Diversity Recruitment: Information for prospective students. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3400
Service Learning: Community service opportunities for students.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3300
Student Accounts: Pay fees; clear delinquent accounts. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3200
Hours: Mon.–Thurs. 8 a.m.–7 p.m.; Fri. 8 a.m.–4:30 p.m.
Student Activities: Pick up photo ID card; student government, clubs; .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3400
Hours: Mon.–Thurs. 8 a.m.–7 p.m.; Fri. 8 a.m.–4:30 p.m.
Testing: English and math placement tests......................... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3300
Hours: Mon.–Fri. 8 a.m.–4:30 p.m. (See page 98.)
Academic Proctoring Center: Call for information and schedule. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3300
Transfer Center: Advising and resources for students intending to transfer to a four-year college or university.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3700
Tutoring/Academic Support Center: Free individual and group tutoring. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1200
Veterans: Support services for veterans. ............................ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3300
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6670
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6680
6711
6675
6897
6715
6751
6894
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6890
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Student Services Administrators
Vice President, Student Services: Dick Robertson ........ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3400
Dean, Admissions, Assessment and Student Support: Gilbert Hermosillo. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3000
Dean, Counseling & Student Development: Martin Spring. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3700
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6685
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The following services are available at the San Elijo Campus. For all other student services, please contact the Oceanside office
listed above. The following offices at San Elijo may be contacted by calling (760) 944-4449 and the extensions listed below:
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Admissions and Records: Enroll, add, drop classes; request official transcript; Lost & Found.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Administration
7870
Student Accounts: Pay fees; clear delinquent accounts. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Administration
7762
Hours: Mon.–Thurs. 8 a.m.–7 p.m.; Fri. 8 a.m.–4:30 p.m.
Hours: Mon.–Thurs. 8 a.m.–7 p.m.; Fri. 8 a.m.–4:30 p.m.
Campus Police: Pick up parking decal; safety concerns. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Parking/Police Kiosk
Counseling: Academic counseling by appointment or during scheduled drop-in times.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Administration
Health Services: Registered nurse handles a variety of student health needs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Student Center
Library: For current hours, call ext. 6717 or check www.miracosta.edu/library.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100
Student Activities: Pick up photo ID card; student government, clubs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Student Center Testing: English and math placement tests; see page 98 for testing times.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100
Academic Proctoring Center: Call for information and schedule
Tutoring/Academic Support Center: Free individual and group tutoring. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100
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Dean: Sally Foster................................................................. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Administration
Associate Dean, Student Services: Nikki Schaper.......... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Student Center
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The chair of each academic department may be reached by calling MiraCosta College at (760) 757-2121 or (760) 944-4449.
Use the extensions below:
DEPARTMENTCHAIROFFICE
O’Cain
OC2274 6268
Gerontology, Psychology, Sociology.......................... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Robert Kelley
Biological Sciences: Biology, Biotechnology................... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jeff Ihara
Business: Accounting, Business Administration, Real Estate. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tom Severance
Career Studies: Career and Life Planning, Cooperative Work Experience Education,
Internship Studies.......................................................... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Donna Davis
Communication Studies..................................................... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Neil Moura
Computer Studies: Business Office Technology, Computer Studies and Information Technology,
Computer Science, Medical Administrative Professional .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kathy Striebel
Cosmetology......................................................................... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Instruction Office
Counseling............................................................................. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Hilda Gomez-Zinn
......................................................................................... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Counseling appointments
Education............................................................................... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ric Matthews
Horticulture, Architecture and Applied Technologies: Architecture, Auto Technology,
Drafting, Engineering, Horticulture............................ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Claire Ehrlinger
International Languages: Chinese, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Spanish.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lilia Vidal Kinesiology, Health, Hospitality and Nutrition: Health, Hospitality, Kinesiology,
Restaurant, Tourism...................................................... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Karen Smith
Letters: English, ESL, Film, Humanities, Linguistics, Literature, Reading,
Special Education.......................................................... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Susan Herrmann
Library..................................................................................... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Pamela Perry
Mathematics. ........................................................................ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Peter Avery
Media Arts and Technologies.............................................. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jeff Uhlik
Nursing and Allied Health: Nursing, Pharmacology, Surgical Technology. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Susan Roberts
Performing Arts: Dance, Drama, Music............................. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dave Massey
Physical Sciences: Astronomy, Chemistry, Earth Science, Geology, Oceanography,
Physical Science, Physics, Radiation Protection Technology.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Chris Metzler
Social Science: Anthropology, Asian Studies, Economics, Geography, History,
Philosophy, Political Science....................................... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Herschel Stern
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Behavioral Sciences: Administration of Justice, Child Development,
OC4519 6525
OC4810 6388
OC3700 6576
OC3124 6389
OC4812 6385
OC4715 6844
OC3700 OC3700 6517
6670
OC4713 6809
OC7057 6704
OC4703 6539
OCT412 6404
OC3618 6218
OC1206 6719
SAN602 7746
OC4623 6394
OCT422 6567
OC5105 6302
SAN403 7738
OC3122 6247
Vice President, Instructional Services.............................. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Pamela Deegan
OC4700
6814
Dean, Academic Information Services: Library. ............. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mario Valente
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6720
OC4700
6818
Instructional Services Administrators
Dean, Arts and Letters: Art, Communication Studies, International Languages,
Letters, Performing Arts............................................... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dana Smith
Dean, Career and Technical Education: Architecture and Applied Technologies;
Business; Career Studies; Computer Studies; Cosmetology; Health and Nutrition;
Horticulture; Kinesiology; Media Arts and Technologies.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Al Taccone
Dean, Community Services and Business Development.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lynda Lee
Associate Dean, Community Learning Center: Noncredit Programs.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Alketa Wojcik
Dean, Math and Sciences: Behavioral Sciences, Biological Sciences,
Education, Interdisciplinary Studies, Mathematics, Physical Sciences,
Social Science................................................................ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ric Matthews
Associate Dean, Nursing and Allied Health. ................... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sandy Comstock
OC4700
6811
CLC 8721
CLC 8701
OC4700
6648
OCT420
6651
OC = Oceanside Campus
SAN = San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
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2010 –2011 Associate Degrees & Certificate Programs
Certificate
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Achievement
Kinesiology (KINE)
Personal Fitness Trainer
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Yoga Instructor
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Liberal Arts
Arts and Humanities
Creative and Applied Arts
Mathematics and Sciences
Multicultural Studies Social and Behavioral Sciences
Mathematics (MATH)
Media Arts & Technologies (MAT)
Graphic Design
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Print Publishing
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Video and Animation
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Video and Media Design
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Visual Communication
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Web Design
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Web Development and Design
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Medical Administrative Professional (MAP)
Medical Insurance and Coding Specialist
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Medical Office Specialist
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Music (MUS)
Business of Music
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Digital Audio Production
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Guitar
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Music Technology
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Performance Technician
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Recording Arts/Record Production
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Songwriting
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Sound Reinforcement
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Nursing (NURS)
Certified Nursing Assistant
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Health Care Fundamentals
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Home Health Aide
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Licensed Vocational Nursing
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Pre-Nursing
Registered Nursing (ADN)
Registered Nursing (LVN-to-RN)
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Philosophy (PHIL)
Physics (PHYS)
Political Science (PLSC)
Psychology (PSYC)
Human Development
Research Fundamentals
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Volunteer Services
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Radiation Protection Technology (RPT)
Radiation Protection Technician
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Real Estate (REAL)
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Assistant
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Entrepreneurship
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Finance
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Property Management
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Sales
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Sociology (SOC)
Pre-Social Work
Research Fundamentals
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Social Sciences
Volunteer Services
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Career Spanish for Medical Personnel
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MiraCosta General
Education Pattern
MiraCosta’s general education pattern promotes
skill development and knowledge acquisition
through the study of ideas, the analysis of data,
and the interpretation of issues and events.
Students who complete this program are systematic, critical, creative thinkers and clear communicators who are intellectually curious, culturally
and scientifically literate, civic-minded, and
aesthetically appreciative. These students are able
to demonstrate the following:
• A broad understanding of mathematics,
science, social science, humanities, and
the arts
• Effective communication in oral and
written form
• A multicultural, global perspective
• Critical thinking skills that apply analytical
and creative approaches to problem solving
• The ability to adapt to new environments
and technologies
• Social awareness and responsibility as a
participating member of society.
Students who select Plan A must also complete
the following MiraCosta requirements to earn
an associate degree:
American Institutions and History
Complete the required course(s) or equivalent
for one of the following groups:
Group I — History 110* & 111*
Group II — History 116* & 117*
MiraCosta general education pattern:
A
Plan A is for students who wish to earn an associate degree and do not plan to
transfer to a university to pursue a bachelor’s degree.This pattern of courses
does not meet admission or general education requirements for any California
State University or University of California campus. Students should consult with
a MiraCosta college counselor for assistance in selecting the general education
pattern that is most appropriate for their educational goal.
Plan A: MiraCosta College General Education Requirements • 2010–2011
Area A—English Composition
One course and a minimum of 3 semester units are required.
ENGL* 100
Area B—Communication & Analytical Thinking
One course and a minimum of 3 semester units are required. Select one course from any discipline.
BIO/BTEC 180
COMM 101, 106, 207, 212
ENGL* 201, 202
GEOG 124
MATH* 101/101B, 103, 105, 106, 115, 125, 130, 135, 150, 155, 260
PHIL 100
PSYC/SOC 104
READ* 100
Area C—Natural Sciences
Two courses and a minimum of 6 semester units are required. Select one course from Life Sciences and one
from Physical Sciences. One course must be a laboratory course. (Laboratory courses are underlined).
Life Sciences:
ANTH 101, 101H, 101L, 190†
BIO 100, 101, 101L, 102, 103, 105, 105L, 130, 130L, 150, 170, 172, 172L, 202, 204, 220
HORT 116
PSYC 260
Physical Sciences:
ASTR 101, 101L, 120, 201
CHEM 100, 102, 103, 103L, 104, 108, 110, 111
EART 106
GEOG 101, 101L
GEOL 101/101H, 101L, 120
OCEA 101/101H, 101L
PHSN 101, 106
PHYS 111, 112, 151, 152, 253
Group III— History 141 & 142
Area D—Social & Behavioral Sciences
Group IV— History 145 & 146
Two courses and a minimum of 6 semester units are required. Select courses from at least two disciplines.
ADM 100/100H; ADM/SOC 105
GERO 101
ANTH 102/102H, 103, 104, 190†
HIST 100/100H, 101/101H, 105, 108, 109,
110**, 111**, 116**, 117**, 150, 165
ASIA/HIST 107
CHLD/PSYC 121
PLSC 101, 102**, 103, 150
COMM 120, 135, 220
PSYC 100, 101; PSYC/SOC 103
ECON 100, 101, 102
SOC 101/101H, 102, 110, 120
GEOG 102, 104
Group V — Political Science 102*
Health and Physical Fitness
Complete Principles of Health (HEAL 101) and
Principles of Health Laboratory (HEAL 101L) or
equivalent through credit by exam.
*May be applied to both the American Institutions
and History requirement and the MiraCosta General
Education Area D requirement.
Note: Courses used to meet the GE requirement must be
on the approved GE list the year they are completed.
Area E—Humanities
Two courses and a minimum of 6 semester units are required. Select courses from at least two disciplines.
Only one performance (P) course may be counted for this requirement.
ART 100(P), 101(P), 103(P), 157, 158, 177, 201,
230(P), 254, 258, 259, 260/260H, 290
ASIA/PHIL 105
CHNS 101, 102, 201
COMM/DRAM 111(P); COMM 215
DNCE 100, 101, 105
DRAM 105(P), 120, 121, 130(P); DRAM/FILM 106
FILM 101/101H, 110
FREN 101, 102, 201, 202
GRMN 101, 102, 201
HIST 103, 104
HUMN 101, 201, 202, 205, 250, 251
ITAL 101, 102, 201, 202, 210
JAPN 101, 102, 201, 202
LIT 120, 265, 250, 251, 260, 261, 270, 271
MUS 105, 108, 109, 113, 114, 115/115H, 116,
117, 118, 119
PHIL 101, 102, 122, 221
SPAN 101, 102, 201, 202, 203, 205
*Courses used to complete a competency requirement must be completed with a minimum grade of “C” or “P.”
**May be applied to both the general education and the American Institutions and History requirements.
†Courses listed in two different areas may be used in either area but not both.
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Associate Degree/Transfer Information
For students planning to transfer to CSU:
Is a Bachelor’s
Degree Your Goal?
If you are planning to transfer to earn a
bachelor’s degree, you need to know about the
Transfer Center where experts can assist you in
the transfer process to the college or university
of your choice. Once you have completed a
MiraCosta College application, the English
and math placement tests, orientation and
advisement, contact the Transfer Center so we
can assist you with a seamless transition.
Transfer Check List
• Visit the Transfer Center to learn about
resources for transfer students.
Plan B: CSU General Education-Breadth Courses • 2010–2011
AREA A—English Language Communication & Critical Thinking
Three courses and a minimum of 9 semester units are required. Select one course from each group below.
A1.*Oral Communication: COMM 101, 106, 207
A2.*Written Communication: ENGL 100
A3.*Critical Thinking: COMM 212; ENGL 201/201H, 202; PHIL 100; READ 100
AREA B—Scientific Inquiry & Quantitative Reasoning
• Send transcripts from all previous colleges
and/or Advanced Placement Board to the
MiraCosta College Admissions &
Records Office.
• Schedule an appointment with a MiraCosta
counselor to complete your personalized
educational plan and term-by-term schedule.
• Complete transfer-level math and writing
classes early.
• Complete general education requirements
(see IGETC and CSU GE lists).
• Complete transferable course work in
your major.
• Visit at least three different colleges that
offer your major.
• Check application deadlines and apply to
more than one university.
• Apply for financial aid early
(January 1–March 2) via FAFSA.
Three courses and a minimum of 9 semester units are required. Select one course from each group below.
One course must include a corresponding laboratory from group B1 or B2. (Lab courses are underlined.)
B1.Physical Science: ASTR 101, 101L, 120, 201; CHEM 100, 102, 103, 103L, 104, 108, 110, 111; EART 106;
GEOG 101, 101L; GEOL 101/101H, 101L, 120; OCEA 101/101H, 101L; PHSN 101, 106; PHYS 111, 112, 151, 152, 253
B2.Life Science: ANTH 101/101H, 101L, 190†; BIO 100, 101, 101L, 102, 103, 105, 105L, 150, 170, 172, 172L, 202, 204,
220; HORT 116; PSYC 260
B3.Laboratory Activity: This requirement may be met by the completion of any lab course above in B1 or B2.
(Lab courses are underlined.)
B4.*Mathematics/Quantitative Reasoning: A minimum of 3 semester units are required.
BIO/BTEC 180; MATH 103, 105, 106, 115, 125, 130, 135, 150, 155, 260; PSYC/SOC 104
AREA C—Arts & Humanities
Select one course from C1 and one course from C2. Select a third course from either C1 or C2. A minimum of
9 semester units is required.
C1.Arts: ART 100, 101, 103, 157, 158, 201, 254, 258, 259, 260/260H, 290; COMM/DRAM 111; DNCE 100, 101, 105;
DRAM 105, 106, 120, 121, 130; FILM 101H, 106; MUS 105, 109, 113, 114, 115/115H, 116, 117, 118, 119
C2.Humanities: ASIA/PHIL 105; CHNS 101, 102, 201; COMM 215; FILM 101, 110; FREN 101, 102, 201, 202;
GRMN 101, 102, 201; HIST 103, 104; HUMN 101, 201, 202, 205, 250, 251; ITAL 101, 102, 201, 202, 210;
JAPN 101, 102, 201, 202; LIT 120, 250, 251, 260, 261, 265, 270, 271; PHIL 101, 102, 122, 221; SPAN 101, 102, 201,
202, 203, 205
AREA D—Social Sciences
Select three courses from at least two different groups. A minimum of 9 semester units is required.
A course used to meet one group requirement may not be used to meet another group requirement.
D1.Anthropology and Archaeology: ANTH 102/102H, 103, 104†, 190†
D2.Economics: ECON 100, 101, 102
D3.Ethnic Studies: ANTH 104†; ASIA/HIST 107†; SOC 110
D4.Gender Studies: COMM 135; SOC 120
D5.Geography: GEOG 102, 104
D6.History: ASIA/HIST 107†; HIST 100/100H, 101/101H, 105, 108, 109, 110, 111, 116, 117, 150, 165
D7.Interdisciplinary, Social or Behavioral Science: ADM/SOC 105; COMM 120, 220; GERO 101
D8.Political Science, Government and Legal Institutions: PLSC 101, 102 (F ’09), 103, 150
D9.Psychology: CHLD/PSYC 121; PSYC 100, 101, 103
D10.Sociology and Criminology: ADM 100/100H; SOC 101/101H, 102, 103
• Consider applying for scholarships.
Career, Counseling &
Transfer Center
Oceanside Campus:
Building 3700
San Elijo Campus:
Administration Building
To schedule an appointment with the Counseling
Center at either campus, call (760) 795-6670.
To schedule an appointment with the Transfer
Center at either campus, call (760) 795-6880.
MiraCosta’s Honors Scholar Program
earns you a transfer advantage—
see pages 66 and 104.
Note: Courses used to meet the GE requirement must be
on the approved GE list the year they are completed.
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B
The following courses have been approved for meeting the lower-division general
education requirements for the California State University system. Students should
work with a counselor to develop an education plan that includes general education
and major preparation for the intended CSU campus.
U.S. History, Constitution and American Ideals Requirement
All CSU campuses have a graduation requirement in U.S. History, Constitution and American Ideals. Students
may be certified as completing this requirement at MiraCosta College by completing one of the groups of
classes listed below. Choose one group:
Group I: HIST 110 & 111; Group II: HIST 116 & 117**; Group III: HIST 141 & 142;
Group IV: HIST 145 & 146**; Group V: PLSC 102
These courses may be used to partially satisfy the Area D requirement.
AREA E—Lifelong Learning & Self-Development
Select one course. A minimum of 3 units is required.
COUN/CRLP 100; COUN 110; HEAL 100, 101; INTR 100; PSYC 115; PSYC/SOC 145
*MiraCosta College will not certify courses in Area A or B4 that have not been completed with a minimum grade of “C” or “P.”
**These courses cannot be used to meet this requirement if taken in the Fall 2004 semester.
†Courses listed in two different areas may be used in either area but not both.
( ) Course approved beginning semester and year indicated. Course taught on campus prior to CSU GE approval.
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Associate Degree/Transfer Information
Transfer to the
University of California
If you want to transfer to the University of
California (UC), then you’ve made the right
choice in choosing to attend a community college.
UC gives priority consideration for admission
to all California community college students
over transfer students from any other institution,
including CSU or students transferring from
one UC campus to another. The definition of a
California community college student for UC
admission purposes only is:
1. Student was enrolled at one or more of
California community colleges for at least two
terms (excluding summer sessions);
2. The last college student attended before
admission to a UC campus was a California
community college (excluding summer
sessions); and
3. Student has completed at least 30 semester
(45 quarter) UC transferable units at one or
more California community college.
There are two ways to transfer
as a junior from MiraCosta College
to the UC system:
1. IGETC certification: 60 units, a competitive
GPA and any requirements to enter a
particular major. (IGETC is also used for most
of the guaranteed admission programs.)
2. UC admission course pattern requirements,
plus: 60 units, a competitive GPA, and any
requirements to enter a particular major.
MiraCosta offers Guaranteed Admission
Programs to the following UC campuses:
• UC San Diego: Transfer Admission
Guarantee (TAG) or the University Link
Program (students must complete COUN 105
their freshman year at MiraCosta).
IGETC pattern of transfer courses:
C
The following courses have been approved for meeting the lower-division
general education requirements for the California State University or the University
of California. Students should work with a counselor to develop an education
plan that includes general education and major preparation for the intended
CSU/UC campus.
Plan C: IGETC for CSU and UC • 2010–2011
AREA 1—English Composition
UC:Two courses are required. Select one course from Group 1A and one course from Group 1B.
CSU:Three courses are required. Select one course from each group (1A, 1B, and 1C).
Group 1A: English Composition (a minimum of 3 semester units) ENGL 100
Group 1B: C
ritical Thinking—English Composition (a minimum of 3 semester units) ENGL 201/201H, 202
Group 1C: Oral Communication —CSU ONLY (a minimum of 3 semester units) COMM 101, 106
AREA 2—Mathematical Concepts & Quantitative Reasoning
One course and a minimum of 3 semester units is required. Select one of the following courses:
BIO/BTEC 180; MATH 103, 115, 125, 135, 150, 155, 260; PSYC/SOC 104
AREA 3—Arts & Humanities
Three courses and a minimum of 9 semester units are required. Select one course from group 3A and
one course from group 3B. Select a third course from either group 3A or 3B.
3A.Arts: ART 157, 158, 201, 254, 258, 259, 260/260H; DNCE 100, 101, 105; DRAM 105, 106, 120, 121;
FILM 101H, 106; MUS 105, 113, 114 (F ’09),115/115H, 116, 117, 118, 119
3B.Humanities: ASIA/PHIL 105; CHIN 201; COMM 215; FILM 101, 110; FREN 201, 202; GRMN 201; HIST 103, 104;
HUMN 101, 201, 202, 205, 250, 251; ITAL 201, 202; JAPN 201, 202; LIT 120, 250, 251, 260, 261, 265, 270, 271;
PHIL 101, 102, 122, 221; SPAN 201, 202, 203 (F ’09), 205
AREA 4—Social & Behavioral Sciences
Three courses and a minimum of 9 semester units are required. Select three courses from at least two
disciplines.
ADM 100/100H, ADM/SOC 105; ANTH 102/102H, 104, 190; ASIA/HIST 107; CHLD/PSYC 121; COMM 120, 135, 220;
ECON 100, 101, 102; GEOG 102, 104; GERO 101; HIST 100/100H, 101/101H, 105, 108, 109, 110, 111, 116, 117, 150, 165;
PLSC 101, 102 (F ’09), 103, 150; PSYC 100, 101, 103; SOC 101/101H, 102, 103, 110.
AREA 5—Physical & Biological Sciences
Two courses and a minimum of 7 semester units are required. Select one course from group A and one course
from group B. One course must include a corresponding laboratory. (Lab courses are underlined.)
5A.Physical Science: ASTR 101, 101L, 201; CHEM 100, 102, 103, 103L, 104, 108, 110, 111; EART 106; GEOG 101,
101L; GEOL 101/101H, 101L, 120; OCEA 101/101H, 101L; PHSN 101, 106; PHYS 111, 112, 151, 152, 253
5B.Biological Science: ANTH 101/101H, 101L; BIO 100, 101, 101L, 102, 103, 105, 105L, 150, 170, 172, 172L, 202,
204, 220; PSYC 260
AREA 6—Language Other Than English (UC only)
• UC Irvine: TAG
This proficiency may be met by having completed two years of high school course work in a language other
than English with a “C-”* or better or by selecting one of the following courses:
CHNS 101; FREN 101; GRMN 101; ITAL 101; JAPN 101; SPAN 101
• UC Merced: TAG
CSU Graduation Requirement in U.S. History, Constitution and American Ideals
• UC Davis: TAG
• UC Riverside: TAG
• UC Santa Barbara: TAG
• UC Santa Cruz: TAG
We also offer Priority Admission to:
UC Los Angeles: Open to students accepted into
MiraCosta College’s Honors Scholar Program
(UCLA College of Letters and Science only).
See pages 107–111 for a list of IGETC courses
to be offered this fall.
All CSU campuses have a graduation requirement in U.S. History, Constitution and American Ideals.
Students may be certified as completing this requirement at MiraCosta College by completing one of the
groups listed below.
Group I: HIST 110 & 111; Group II: HIST 116 & 117**; Group III: HIST 141 & 142;
Group IV: HIST 145 & 146**; Group V: PLSC 102
These courses may be used to partially satisfy the Area D requirement.
All courses on IGETC must be completed with a “C” or better. A “P” (Pass) is acceptable, but UC accepts no more than
14 semester transferable units to be completed on a pass/no pass basis.
*Grades of C- are not acceptable except for high school language courses.
**These courses cannot be used to meet this requirement if taken in the Fall 2004 semester.
( ) Course approved beginning semester and year indicated. Course taught on campus prior to IGETC approval.
Note: Courses used to meet the GE requirement must be
on the approved GE list the year they are completed.
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You need a plan!
Don’t wander through the class schedule
randomly choosing courses—get the right
information up front.
If your goal is to complete a vocational certificate, earn an associate
degree, or transfer, visit the Career, Counseling & Transfer Centers.
A counselor can help you plot your course to achieve your goal.
The Counseling Center offers:
• One-On-One Counseling—Counselors are available on both the Oceanside
and San Elijo campuses to help you plan for a vocational certificate,
associate degree, or transfer. Schedule an appointment at either campus
by calling (760) 795-6670.
• Online Advising—www.miracosta.edu/counseling
• Group Advising—Optional follow-up information sessions to answer additional
questions you may have after completing Online Orientation and Advisement.
The Transfer Center offers:
• Transfer Advisement—Learn about MiraCosta’s transfer guarantee programs
with UC campuses.
• Articulation Agreements—There are agreements available for CSU, UC
and select private universities.
• Educational Plans—Individual plans are created to meet the needs of each
student and their specific transfer goal.
• Visits with Representatives and Field Trips to University Campuses—
See for yourself what UC, CSU and private universities are all about.
To schedule an appointment with a transfer counselor at Oceanside or
San Elijo, call (760) 795-6880, stop in at the Transfer Center in Building 3700
on the Oceanside Campus or visit us online at www.miracosta.edu/transfer.
The Career Center offers:
• One-On-One Counseling—Career counselors are available to administer
and interpret individual interest and personality assessments to help you choose
your major and learn about related careers.
• Career Advisement—Learn about local and national industry trends to make
informed career and education planning decisions.
• Workshops—Choosing Your Major, Writing Resumes and Cover Letters,
Finding Jobs and Internships, Interviewing Techniques,
Succeeding at Work and Job Search Hour.
• Online Resources—www.miracosta.edu/careers
To schedule an appointment call (760) 795-6772, or stop by the Career Center
in Building 3700 on the Oceanside Campus.
Career, Counseling & Transfer Center offices are located in Building 3700 on the Oceanside Campus.
Services are also provided at the San Elijo Campus in the Administration Building.
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How to Read the Course Listings
If you are new to MiraCosta College, you may wish to take a minute to review our course listing terms.
Subject Area:
Subjects are listed alphabetically.
Catalog Number:
When you enroll, you will be
asked the catalog number of the
course you wish to take.
The Class Number is an
identification number for each
individual class. When you enroll,
you will be asked the class number
of the class you wish to take.
A Prerequisite is a requirement
to be met before you can enroll
in the course. If you have met
the prerequisite at MiraCosta, the
computerized enrollment system
will allow you to enroll. If you
have met it at another school, you
must provide documentation to the
Admissions and Records Office
before enrolling in the class.
An Advisory is the
recommended preparation you
are advised but not required to
have before or in conjunction
with this course.
A • symbol means the course
is an On-Campus Class with
Limited Online Instruction.
Class Format/Location
indicates the format of the class and
the location where classes meet.
A + symbol means the course
is repeatable (as defined in the
catalog).
A Corequisite is a course you
are required to take in the same
semester you are enrolled in the
related course.
Class # Days
Time
Instructor
Units Room #
English
Course Title
ENGL 100 Composition and Reading
Critical reading and expository writing offers training in the writing process,
the development and organization of expository prose, and research techniques. CSU; UC
PREREQUISITE: Pass with a grade of “P” ENGL 803 or ESL 803 or approved
equivalent, or qualify through the English Assessment or approved equivalent.
Oceanside Campus
2202 MW
2204 MW
7:30am-9:15am
7:30am-9:15am
FACULTY NAME
FACULTY NAME
Room #
4.0 OC3607
4.0 OC3510
ENGL 201 Critical Thinking, Composition, and Literature
Offers instruction in critical thinking, critical writing, and research, using
the genres of literature (poetry, drama, short story, and novel). CSU; UC
(CAN ENGL 4)
PREREQUISITE: ENGL 100 with a grade of “C” or better.
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
2342 MW
7:30am-9:15am
FACULTY NAME
Room #
4.0 SAN201
Health Education
HEAL 101 Principles of Health
Includes instruction on exercise, weight maintenance, nutrition, human sexuality, sexually transmitted diseases, drug use, cancers, and cardiovascular
diseases. Emphasizes principles of wellness. CSU; UC
ADVISORY: Concurrent enrollment in HEAL 101L.
Oceanside Campus
• 1620
• 1628
MW
MW
8:00am-9:15am
9:30am-10:45am
FACULTY NAME
FACULTY NAME
Room #
3.0 OCT413
3.0 OCT413
Kinesiology
KINE 142 Body Conditioning/Wellness Lab
An individualized fitness program to improve muscular strength, cardiorespiratory endurance, flexibility, weight management/loss, stress reduction, and
positive attitudes toward life long physical activity and wellness. This class
is offered pass/no pass only. CSU; UC — credit limitation
Self-Paced/OCEANSIDE Campus
+3923 TBA
FACULTY NAME
Accepted for transfer by
California State University (CSU)
and University of California (UC).
Units or credits are assigned to
a course based on the number of
hours the course meets each week.
The enrollment fee is charged by
the unit ($26 per unit for Calif.
residents). Your enrollment fee for
this four-unit class would be $104.
Campus and Room Number:
“OC” refers to Oceanside Campus;
“SAN” refers to the San Elijo
Campus in Cardiff; “CLC” refers
to the Community Learning
Center in Oceanside (see page 114
for addresses). The room number
follows the campus designation.
Pass/no pass: This course is
only offered on a pass/no pass basis.
Room #
1.0 OC4100
Surgical Technology
SURG 101L Surgical Patient Care Concepts
Laboratory accompanies SURG 101. Students will apply principles and knowledge in a mock operating room environment. This class is offered pass/no
pass only. COREQUISITES: SURG 101.
Oceanside Campus
2774
MT
&W
1:30pm-5:15pm
9:00am-4:45pm
STAFF
Room #
5.0 OC4408
OC4408
STAFF under the “Instructor”
column means the instructor has
not yet been assigned to the class.
Schedule Accuracy
MiraCosta College has made every
reasonable effort to assure that materials
contained in this schedule are accurate.
Updates, changes, additions, and deletions will be posted at the Admissions and
Records offices and are available online.
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surf.miracosta.edu
for the most up-to-date
class information.
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Class # Days
Time
Instructor
Units Room #
Class # Days
Time
Instructor
Units Room #
All Courses
Day-time, night-time, any time—MiraCosta offers the flexibility you need to achieve your educational goals!
This section includes all courses offered this fall. MiraCosta offers a variety of formats including classes taught on our
campuses in Oceanside and Cardiff and online courses taught via the Internet.
ALL COURSES
Class # Days
Time
Instructor
Units Room #
Class # Days
Time
Accounting
Accounting
ACCT 101 Practical Accounting
ACCT 202 Managerial Accounting
Course covers recordkeeping for sole proprietorships in trade or service
businesses as well as financial statements, worksheets, and journals. CSU
Oceanside Campus
1003 MW
1004 TTH
1018 MW
7:30am-9:15am
3:30pm-5:15pm
5:30pm-7:15pm
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
1015
TTH
Online
1002 ONL
9:30am-11:15am
Room #
DISKIN D
KRUPINSKI L
TACCONE A
4.0 OC4801
4.0 OC4801
4.0 OC4801
CARSTENSEN E
4.0 SAN303
Room #
LOEDEL D
4.0 ONLINE
ACCT 145 Individual Income Tax
Covers filing status, exemptions, income and exclusions, business expenses,
itemized deductions, credits, capital gains, depreciation, tax payments, partnerships, corporations, IRS and FTB, and audits. CTEC-approved course which
fulfills the 60-hour “qualifying education” requirement for tax preparers. CSU
Oceanside Campus
1019
MW
3:30pm-5:15pm
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
1005 TTH
5:30pm-7:15pm
Room #
DESCHAMPS M
4.0 OC4801
STAFF
4.0 SAN303
Room #
ACCT 148 Computer Accounting
This course covers fundamental accounting concepts and principles. Students
perform the full accounting cycle using computer accounting software suitable for small business enterprises. CSU
ADVISORY: ACCT 101.
Online
1012 ONL
1020 ONL
NOBLE S
NOBLE S
3.0 ONLINE
3.0 ONLINE
ACCT 158 Business Mathematics
Math applications for trade and cash discounts, markup, depreciation, property
tax, interest and payrolls. Preparation for accounting.
Oceanside Campus
1021 TTH
9:30am-10:45am
Online
1016
ONL
Room #
LOEDEL D
3.0 OC4802
LOEDEL D
3.0 ONLINE
ACCT 201 Financial Accounting
Transfer-level course for Business and Accounting majors focusing on the
accounting process and financial statements. A requirement for the Accounting and Bookkeeping certificates. CSU; UC
ADVISORY: ACCT 101.
Oceanside Campus
1006
1024
1008
1014
1022
TTH
MW
TTH
MW
TTH
7:30am-9:15am
9:30am-11:15am
11:30am-1:15pm
1:30pm-3:15pm
5:30pm-7:15pm
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
1007 MW
1023 TTH
1009 MW
16
9:30am-11:15am
11:30am-1:15pm
5:30pm-7:15pm
H Honors
H Course
Room #
DISKIN D
CARSTENSEN E
DESCHAMPS M
DESCHAMPS M
GILKEY M
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
OC4801
OC4801
OC4801
OC4801
OC4801
VERA S
CARSTENSEN E
MARTIN L
4.0 SAN303
4.0 SAN303
4.0 SAN303
Room #
Units Room #
This transfer-level course for business and accounting majors focuses on
decision-making, planning, controlling, and costing with accounting information. CSU; UC
PREREQUISITE: ACCT 201.
Oceanside Campus
1025 TTH
1010 MW
1011 TTH
9:30am-11:15am
11:30am-1:15pm
7:30pm-9:15pm
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
Instructor
1013
1017
MW
MW
Online
3140 ONL
11:30am-1:15pm
7:30pm-9:15pm
Room #
DESCHAMPS M
CARSTENSEN E
GILKEY M
4.0 OC4801
4.0 OC4801
4.0 OC4801
VERA S
MARTIN L
4.0 SAN303
4.0 SAN303
DESCHAMPS M
4.0 ONLINE
Room #
ACCT 299P(3.0) Coop Work Exp — Occupational
For students whose work is related to their declared major. CSU
COREQUISITES: Students must be employed in a position directly related to
their declared major and must complete 75 hours of paid work or 60 hours
of non-paid work per unit of credit.
NOTE: To receive instructor consent and permission number,
students must submit employer contact information. Go to
www.miracosta.edu/dataform or the Career Center in Building
3700, Oceanside campus, to complete the form. Questions? Call
(760) 795-6772.
+1027 ARR
STAFF
3.0 THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/17).
Administration of Justice
ADM 100 Introduction to the Administration of Justice
This course explores the roots of our current justice system and covers
criminal justice subsystems, their relationship to the overall social system,
and issues relevant to criminal law, crime statistics, crime causation, criminal
procedure, and rationales for punishment. UC CREDIT LIMITATION: Credit
for ADM 100/100H, or ADM 105/SOC 105. CSU; UC — credit limitation
Oceanside Campus
1030 MW
1029 TTH
1031 T
9:30am-10:45am CONNOLLY P
11:00am-12:15pm CONNOLLY P
6:30pm-9:15pm FLORES B
Late-Start/Oceanside
1032 F
8:30am-12:00pm NYMAN A
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/10-12/17).
Late-Start/San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
1033 TTH
2:00pm-3:30pm CONNOLLY P
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/14).
Room #
3.0 OC4809
3.0 OC4809
3.0 OC4809
Room #
3.0 OC4801
Room #
3.0 SAN303
ADM 105 Introduction to Justice Studies
Explores social, economic, and criminal justice issues by means of sociological, philosophical, and legal perspectives and methodologies. UC
CREDIT LIMITATION: Credit for ADM 100/100H, or ADM 105/SOC 105. CSU;
UC — credit limitation
Oceanside Campus
1038 MW
Online class: Go to www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta
12:30pm-1:45pm
HA T
Room #
3.0 OC4809
• On-Campus class with Limited Online Instruction
miraCosta CREDIT courses • Fall 2010
Class # Days
Time
Instructor
Units Room #
Class # Days
Time
Administration of Justice
Anthropology
ADM 200 Concepts of Criminal Law
ANTH 101 Biological Anthropology
Concepts of criminal law; philosophical and historical development; the nature
of criminal law; classification of crimes; elements of crimes; capacity and
defenses; study of specific crimes. CSU; UC
Oceanside Campus
1035 W
6:30pm-9:15pm
MADIGAN J
Room #
3.0 OC4809
ADM 210 Criminal Procedures
In-depth study of the criminal procedures and related principles of law that
apply to each component of the criminal justice system: law enforcement,
judiciary, and corrections, from initial investigation to final disposition. CSU
Oceanside Campus
2985 MW
11:00am-12:15pm CONNOLLY P
Room #
3.0 OC4809
Identification and development of written and oral communication skills
necessary for success in criminal justice related jobs; application of relevant
legal considerations to law enforcement related writing and communication.
Oceanside Campus
3143 TTH
9:30am-10:45am
CONNOLLY P
& PETERS G
Room #
3.0 OC4809
ADM 260 Organized Crime, Vice, and Narcotics
Origin and evolution of organized crime explored; emphasis placed on organized crime’s illicit activities and effect on society, law enforcement, and
world politics.
Oceanside Campus
1037 TH
6:30pm-9:15pm
WHITBREAD B
Room #
3.0 OC4809
ADM 280 Criminal Investigation
Units Room #
Examines human appearance and behavior from a biological perspective,
including coverage of evolution theory, genetics, primate ecology, and the
fossil evidence for human evolution. CSU; UC
Oceanside Campus
1060 MW
1049 MW
1050 TH
8:00am-9:15am
3:30pm-4:45pm
6:30pm-9:15pm
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
1046 MW
1048 TTH
9:30am-10:45am
2:00pm-3:15pm
Online
1056 ONL
Room #
STAFF
MARION J
RETTELE B
3.0 OC3103
3.0 OCT306
3.0 OC3104
MILLER L
PAIN B
3.0 SAN609
3.0 SAN401
POJE H
3.0 ONLINE
Late-Start/Oceanside
1047 F
8:00am-11:30am WILD K
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/10-12/17).
Room #
Room #
3.0 OC3102
ANTH 101H Biological Anthropology (Honors)
This course offers highly motivated students an advanced introduction to
genetic and evolutionary principles, primate ecology, and the evidence pertaining to human evolution. UC CREDIT LIMITATION: Credit for ANTH 101
or 101H. CSU; UC — credit limitation
Oceanside Campus
1208 TTH
Room #
11:00am-12:15pm MILLER L
This course is part of the Honors Scholar Program.
H H
3.0 OC3601
ANTH 101L Biological Anthropology Laboratory
Fundamentals of investigation including standard investigative techniques,
applicable legal considerations, crime scene searches, chain of custody issues, scientific tests, sources of information, interview/interrogation, pre-trial
preparation and testimony. CSU
Lab to accompany ANTH 101. Practical, hands-on learning in genetics, human
osteology, primate comparative anatomy, methods for observing primate
behavior, fossil evidence for human evolution. CSU; UC
PREREQUISITE: ANTH 101 or ANTH 101H.
COREQUISITE: ANTH 101 or ANTH 101H if prerequisite not met.
Oceanside Campus
Oceanside Campus
2987 M
6:30pm-9:15pm
PETERS G
Room #
3.0 OC4809
ADM 293-1 Topics in Admin of Justice: Computer Crime & Forensics
Introductory course on computer crime and abuse from the perspective of
the criminal investigator, corporate security official, and computer specialist.
Topics include issues related to computer crime, criminal investigations; and
an overview of the forensic tools used for gathering evidence in Internet and
computer investigations.
Repeatability Rule: Allow four completions in any combination of ADM 293,
ADM 296.
Oceanside Campus
+1040 MW
9:30am-10:45am
MEHLHOFF D
ADM 299P(3.0) Coop Work Exp — Occupational
Room #
3.0 OC4803A
For students whose work is related to their declared major. CSU
COREQUISITES: Students must be employed in a position directly related to
their declared major and must complete 75 hours of paid work or 60 hours
of non-paid work per unit of credit.
NOTE: To receive instructor consent and permission number,
students must submit employer contact information. Go to
www.miracosta.edu/dataform or the Career Center in Building
3700, Oceanside campus, to complete the form. Questions? Call
(760) 795-6772.
+1043 ARR
STAFF
3.0 THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/17).
1054 T
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
1055 TH
Anatomy
6:30pm-9:15pm
Room #
PETERSON B
1.0 OC3205
FROEHLE A
1.0 SAN406
Room #
ANTH 102 Cultural Anthropology
Explores human cultural variation in use of the environment, gender roles,
language, art, ritual, and celebrations of the life cycle. CSU; UC
Oceanside Campus
1061 TTH
1052 T
9:30am-10:45am
6:30pm-9:15pm
Online
1058 ONL
Room #
MILLER L
RETTELE B
3.0 OC3601
3.0 OC3609
DINCKAN G
3.0 ONLINE
Late-Start/Oceanside
1053 F
8:00am-11:30am LEWIS L
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/10-12/17).
Room #
3.0 OC3103
ANTH 102H Cultural Anthropology (Honors)
This course offers highly motivated students an advanced introduction to the
study of human culture, including global diversity in use of the environment,
gender roles, language, art, and ritual. UC CREDIT LIMITATION: Credit for
ANTH 102 or 102H. CSU; UC — credit limitation
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
2988 MW
See Biological Sciences (BIO 210)
6:30pm-9:15pm
8:00am-9:15am
Room #
MILLER L
This course is part of the Honors Scholar Program.
H H
3.0 SAN609
ANTH 103 Introduction to Archaeology
Explores current methods for collecting and analyzing archaeological data,
along with evidence pertaining to early human culture and the emergence
of civilization. CSU; UC
Oceanside Campus
1059 T
+Repeatable course
*Meets off-campus (see page 114)
2:00pm-4:45pm
CSU; UC: Transferable course
MILLER L
Room #
3.0 OC3601
17
ALL COURSES
ADM 240 Written and Oral Communication in the Administration of
Justice
Instructor
miraCosta CREDIT courses • Fall 2010
Class # Days
Time
Instructor
Units Room #
Class # Days
Time
Art
ARCH 101 Architectural Drawing
ART 103 Beginning Sculpture
Covers basic techniques of architectural drawing: sketching, line work, lettering, geometric constructions, orthographic and isometric projections, floor
and foundation plans, elevations, sections, and details. CSU
Oceanside Campus
1062 TTH
1064 MW
9:00am-10:45am PARKER D
5:00pm-6:45pm PARKER D
Room #
3.0 OC4531
3.0 OC4531
ARCH 104 Building Codes and Specifications
Introduction to the Building Code; emphasis on locating, describing, and
applying appropriate code sections in the design and development of residential and commercial structures. Recommended for architectural students
and building contractors.
Oceanside Campus
ALL COURSES
Architecture
1066 T
5:30pm-7:15pm
PERKINS S
Room #
2.0 OC4531
ARCH 207 AutoDesk Revit Building 3D CADD
Develops computer-aided drafting and parametric modeling skills for use in
architectural, engineering, construction, and interior design industries using
Revit software. Electronic modeling, drafting, and presentation techniques
will be taught.
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
1068 T
5:30pm-9:15pm
VORKOPER D
Late-Start/Oceanside
2991 MW
1:00pm-4:45pm CLARKE P
& VORKOPER D
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (10/18-12/08)
Room #
2.0 SAN112
Room #
2.0 OC4530
For students whose work is related to their declared major. CSU
COREQUISITES: Students must be employed in a position directly related to
their declared major and must complete 75 hours of paid work or 60 hours
of non-paid work per unit of credit.
NOTE: To receive instructor consent and permission number,
students must submit employer contact information. Go to
www.miracosta.edu/dataform or the Career Center in Building
3700, Oceanside campus, to complete the form. Questions? Call
(760) 795-6772.
+1071 ARR
STAFF
3.0 THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/17).
ART 100 Drawing and Composition
Beginning course in drawing which develops basic drawing skills, perception,
and personal expression. CSU; UC
1131
1154
1073
1170
1077
1079
TTH
MW
MW
TTH
TTH
MW
9:30am-12:15pm
9:30am-12:15pm
12:30pm-3:15pm
2:00pm-4:45pm
6:30pm-9:15pm
6:30pm-9:15pm
ADAME A
GOELTZENLEUC
FACEY M
RAMOS D
MASSE D
CHWEKUN J
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
1075 MW
1081 TTH
9:30am-12:15pm STAFF
2:00pm-4:45pm EGGLETON J
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
Room #
OC2242
OC2242
OC2242
OC2269
OC2242
OC2242
Room #
3.0 SAN205
3.0 SAN206
ART 101 Design and Color
Students will create artworks using paint, drawing materials, and other
media to demonstrate and evaluate fundamental principles of design and
color. History, theory, and critical analysis of art will be integrated into the
study of design and color. CSU; UC
Oceanside Campus
+1083 MW
+1156 TTH
+1087 TTH
11:00am-1:45pm
11:00am-1:45pm
6:30pm-9:15pm
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
+1085 TTH
+1089 MW
18
(Materials Fee: $25.00) In this sculpture course students explore the language
of three-dimensional form, structure, and space. CSU; UC
Oceanside Campus
1091 TTH
1136 MW
9:30am-12:15pm MARTINEZ M
2:00pm-4:45pm BELT A
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
1093 MW
10:00am-12:45pm RAMOS D
Room #
WHITING M
3.0 OC2272
CHRISTOPHER R 3.0 OC2272
NAAGE Y
3.0 OC2272
8:00am-10:45am LO J
2:00pm-4:45pm STAFF
Room #
3.0 OC2101
3.0 OC2306
Room #
3.0 SAN206
ART 157 Art Orientation
An overview of the field of art, covering elements of form, subject, and
various media. CSU; UC
Oceanside Campus
1099 TTH
1141 MW
1133 M
11:00am-12:15pm DELANEY S
2:00pm-3:15pm DELANEY S
6:30pm-9:15pm FACEY M
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
1098 F
1192 TH
9:00am-11:45am
6:30pm-9:15pm
Online
1097 ONL
1158 ONL
1197 ONL
Room #
3.0 OC2304
3.0 OC2304
3.0 OC2304
Room #
CONTRERAS J
ABEL J
3.0 SAN606
3.0 SAN606
EGGLETON X
EGGLETON X
GOELTZENLEUC
3.0 ONLINE
3.0 ONLINE
3.0 ONLINE
ART 158 Traditional Arts of Africa, Oceania, and the Americas
Oceanside Campus
1100
TTH
12:30pm-1:45pm
CARRUBA J
Room #
3.0 SAN206
3.0 SAN206
Online: Go to www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta
Room #
3.0 OC2304
ART 203 Life Drawing
The human figure is the subject of this drawing course. Students work from a
nude model using a variety of media including charcoal and pastels. CSU; UC
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
+1101 MW
6:30pm-9:15pm
WHEELDEN M
Late-Start/Oceanside
+1188 TTH
9:30am-12:45pm RAMOS D
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/14).
Late-Start/San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
Art
Oceanside Campus
Units Room #
An introduction to art of Africa, Oceania, and the Pre-Columbian Americas.
CSU; UC
ARCH 299P(3.0) Coop Work Exp — Occupational
Instructor
+1193 TTH
3:00pm-6:20pm LEWELLAN C
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/16).
Room #
3.0 SAN205
Room #
3.0 OC2269
Room #
3.0 SAN205
ART 204 Painting
Students will study past and present practices in painting working from various subjects which may include still life, landscape, figures, or portraits either
from life or two-dimensional references using oils or acrylic as determined
by instructor. CSU; UC
ADVISORY: ART 100 or ART 101.
Late-Start/Oceanside
+1107 MW
11:00am-2:15pm NEMOUR L
Emphasis: Oil.
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/08-12/15).
Late-Start/San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
+1134 F
9:00am-4:20pm NUGENT K
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/10-12/17).
+1105 TTH
10:00am-1:15pm NEMOUR L
Note: Emphasis Oil.
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/14).
Room #
3.0 OC2269
Room #
3.0 SAN205
3.0 SAN205
ART 205 Painting in Watercolor and Waterbase Media
Composition, techniques, and theory of painting using watercolor/waterbase
media. CSU; UC
Oceanside Campus
+1109 F
9:00am-2:50pm
Late-Start/San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
ADAMS D
+1111 F
9:00am-4:20pm NUGENT K
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/10-12/17).
• On-Campus with Limited Online
Room #
3.0 OC2242
Room #
3.0 SAN205
Hybrid: On-Campus and Online
miraCosta CREDIT courses • Fall 2010
Class # Days
Time
Instructor
Units Room #
Class # Days
Time
Instructor
Units Room #
Art
ART 206 Figure Painting
Working from a posed model, students explore various approaches to the
representation of the human figure. Media may include oils, acrylics, ink,
watercolor, or pastels as directed by the instructor. CSU; UC
ADVISORY: ART 100 or ART 204.
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
+1103 MW
6:30pm-9:15pm
WHEELDEN M
Late-Start/Oceanside
+1174 MW
3:00pm-6:15pm NEMOUR L
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/08-12/15).
Room #
3.0 SAN205
Room #
3.0 OC2269
ART 207 Beginning Photography
Study of the camera, black/white film processing and printing, lighting techniques, and presentation. CSU; UC
3106
1113
1115
1177
TTH
F
MW
MW
8:00am-10:45am
9:00am-2:45pm
3:30pm-6:15pm
6:30pm-9:15pm
DILLEMUTH J
CHAVEZ P
BURNS W
PRESTON J
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
Room #
OC2272
OC2272
OC2304
OC2306
ART 210 Printmaking
Introduces woodcut, etching, lithography, and contemporary printmaking
techniques. CSU; UC
Late-Start/Oceanside
+1146 TTH
1:00pm-4:15pm RICHARDS T
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/16).
Room #
3.0 OC2242
ART 216 Advanced Sculpture
(Materials Fee: $25.00) Exploration and refinement in a wide range of sculptural techniques and strategies. Course will include 3-D art theory. CSU; UC
PREREQUISITE: ART 103.
Oceanside Campus
+1150 MW
2:00pm-4:45pm
Room #
BELT A
3.0 OC2306
ART 223 Woodworking and Furniture Design
(Materials Fee: $25.00) Develops an understanding of the nature of wood,
mechanics of shaping and joining, plus safe use of hand and power tools. CSU
Late-Start/Oceanside
+1142 TTH
6:30pm-9:45pm ANDERSON J
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/14).
2:00pm-4:45pm
6:30pm-9:15pm
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
+1144 F
9:00am-2:45pm
BERNING T
CASIAS L
BERNING K
MW
9:30am-12:45pm NERI G
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/08-12/13).
Room #
3.0 SAN206
Room #
3.0 OC2306
ART 231 Introduction to Video and Performance Art
This foundation-level course explores the historical, theoretical, and creative
dimensions of performance art, sound, and digital video. It introduces students to multimedia narrative, authorship, time-based art, and interactive
art. CSU; UC
Late-Start/Oceanside
3127 TTH
12:30pm-3:50pm NERI G
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/14).
+Repeatable course
Test
Take the English and math placement tests at the
Testing Office, Bldg. 3300 on the Oceanside Campus
or Bldg. 100 at the San Elijo Campus —
no appointment is required!
Online at:
www.miracosta.edu/orientation
Room #
3.0 OC2104
3.0 OC2104
This course provides a hands-on exploration of installation, interactive, and
site-specific art. Students study the historical development of these contemporary art practices and create individual and collaborative installation
artworks. CSU; UC
1183
Go to www.miracosta.edu and submit the
Application for Admission online.
Complete Orientation
ART 230 Introduction to Installation, Interactive, and Site-Specific Art
Late-Start/Oceanside
Apply
Room #
(Materials Fee: $25.00) Emphasis on creative use of ceramic material and
techniques. Fee does not include costs to purchase clay. CSU; UC
+1117 MW
+1119 TTH
Why should you do it?
It will get you off to a good start on your
college career AND you will be able
to enroll up to two weeks earlier for a
better selection of classes!
3.0 OC2101
ART 225 Ceramics
Oceanside Campus
Matriculation is one word
that encompasses four processes:
Application for Admission, Placement
Testing, Orientation and Advisement.
ALL COURSES
Oceanside Campus
Matriculation
Made Easy
Room #
3.0 OC2306
*Meets off-campus (see page 114)
Complete Advisement
Online at:
www.miracosta.edu/orientation
Enroll in Classes
By completing matriculation, you can enroll
in classes during First Priority Enrollment —
up to two weeks earlier.*
*First priority enrollment privilege does not apply to
concurrently enrolled high school students.
For detailed information about Testing,
Orientation and Advisement, including test
review information, see page 98 or go to
www.miracosta.edu/testing.
CSU; UC: Transferable course
19
miraCosta CREDIT courses • Fall 2010
Class # Days
Time
Instructor
Units Room #
Class # Days
Time
Art
ART 245 Introduction to Digital Arts
ART 258 Ancient to Gothic Art
Provides hands-on experience with personal computers working with paint
systems, design elements and color printers. Introduces applications for
animation, music, video, and electronic presentations. CSU; UC
Oceanside Campus
+1121 TTH
9:30am-12:15pm NERI G
Room #
3.0 OC2306
ART 247 Digital Imaging 1: Adobe Photoshop
Introduction to the digital imaging software program, Adobe Photoshop.
Students will use photo editing and color correction tools to enhance digital
images and to create special effects using the computer. Projects include
raster graphic designs for use in print publishing, website design, and multimedia. Involves considerable hands-on instruction and multiple projects. CSU
Oceanside Campus
ALL COURSES
Art
1161
1160
1159
1176
T
W
M
TH
9:30am-12:15pm
12:30pm-3:15pm
6:30pm-9:15pm
6:30pm-9:15pm
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
1163
1162
Online
1164
MW
TH
ONL
LATE-START/Online
1167
9:30am-10:45am
2:00pm-4:45pm
MALONE J
MALONE J
NAAGE Y
O’BARR C
BRIZENDINE D
MALONE J
BRIZENDINE D
ONL
MALONE J
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/17).
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
Room #
OC4607
OC4607
OC4607
OC4607
Room #
3.0 SAN108
3.0 SAN108
3.0 ONLINE
3.0 ONLINE
ART 248 Digital Imaging 2: Adobe Illustrator
Introduction to the computer graphics software program, Adobe Illustrator.
Students use computer techniques to create vector graphic designs (company logos, product promotion, and 3-D packaging) for print publishing, web
graphics, and commercial use. Involves considerable hands-on instruction
and multiple projects. CSU
Oceanside Campus
1165
Online
1166
T
6:30pm-9:15pm
ONL
3.0 OC4607
CORNISH R
3.0 ONLINE
Late-Start/Oceanside
1168
Room #
THORNHILL M
TH
9:30am-12:45pm MALONE J
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/09-12/16).
Room #
3.0 OC4607
ART 251 Digital Photography
This course studies the digital camera, composition, photographic principles,
image editing techniques, printing, and presentation. CSU; UC
ADVISORY: ART 247 OR MAT 110.
Oceanside Campus
1152
1123
TTH
MW
2:00pm-4:45pm
6:30pm-9:15pm
ARNOLD S
GRAY-ADAMS G
Room #
3.0 OC2272
3.0 OC2272
Advanced digital imaging techniques using Adobe Photoshop. Students will
acquire higher level skills for color corrections, complex compositing, and
special effects while practicing short-cut techniques for production. Multiple
projects address preparation of digital files for printing at service bureaus
and screen delivery, such as the World Wide Web. CSU
PREREQUISITE: ART 247 or MAT 110.
Enrollment Limitation: Not open to students with prior credit in ART 252
or MAT 210.
Oceanside Campus
1185
TH
6:30pm-9:15pm
BRUINGTON N
Room #
3.0 OC4622
ART 254 Understanding and Appreciating the Photographic Image
This historical survey of still photography from its inception to the present
digital age explores photographs in historical, socio-political, and cultural
contexts, and it emphasizes the evolution of photographic images, process,
delivery, and meaning. CSU; UC
Oceanside Campus
1138
20
W
6:30pm-9:15pm
H Honors
H Course
FERRERIA C
Room #
Units Room #
Survey of Western art from prehistoric through Gothic. CSU; UC
Oceanside Campus
1125
1126
TTH
MW
9:30am-10:45am
9:30am-10:45am
DELANEY S
DELANEY S
Room #
3.0 OC2304
3.0 OC2304
ART 259 History of Renaissance to Modern Art
Survey of Western art history from Renaissance to early Twentieth Century.
CSU; UC
Oceanside Campus
1128
MW
11:00am-12:15pm DELANEY S
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
1127
MW
8:00am-9:15am
Online
1169 ONL
3108 ONL
Room #
3.0 OC2304
Room #
BUOTE M
3.0 SAN606
MCDERMOTT T
MCDERMOTT T
3.0 ONLINE
3.0 ONLINE
ART 260 History of Modern Art
This course surveys European and American modern art from the mid-19th
century to post World War II. CSU; UC
Oceanside Campus
1129
MW
12:30pm-1:45pm
MULLER G
Room #
3.0 OC2304
ART 260H History of Modern Art (Honors)
This honors course introduces highly motivated students to European and
American modern art from the mid-19th century to post World War II. UC
CREDIT LIMITATION: Credit for ART 260 or 260H. CSU; UC — credit limitation
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
1209 MW
9:30am-10:45am
Room #
BUOTE M
This course is part of the Honors Scholar Program.
H H
3.0 SAN606
ART 295 Professional Practices and Portfolio Development in Visual Art
Designed for the student artist, this course examines professional practices,
career goals, and educational choices in the visual arts. Students will produce
a professional portfolio. Required visits to galleries, museums, artist studios,
and design businesses. CSU
Late-Start/Oceanside
3104 MW
2:30pm-5:45pm O’CAIN A
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/08-12/13).
Room #
3.0 OC2272
Asian Studies
ASIA 105 Asian Philosophy and Religion
An interdisciplinary survey of the philosophical and religious thought of
South and East Asia and its application in theory and practice in traditional
Asian societies. CSU; UC
Oceanside Campus
1199
ART 252 Digital Imaging 3: Advanced Photoshop
Instructor
TTH
9:30am-10:45am
SCOTT JAMES Room #
3.0 OC3102
Astronomy
ASTR 101 Descriptive Astronomy
Introductory course surveying a broad range of astronomical topics including
light and telescopes, the solar system and its components, planets, stars,
nebulae, galaxies, and cosmology. Emphasizes the nature and process of
science. UC CREDIT LIMITATION: Credit for ASTR 101 or 201; no credit for
201 if taken after 101. CSU; UC — credit limitation
Oceanside Campus
1200 MW
1201 M
11:00am-12:15pm FRENCH R
6:30pm-9:15pm FITZGERALD B
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
1206 MW
1202 TTH
1203 T
9:30am-10:45am
12:30pm-1:45pm
6:30pm-9:15pm
FITZGERALD B
FRENCH R
FITZGERALD B
Room #
3.0 OC4526
3.0 OC4529
Room #
3.0 SAN406
3.0 SAN401
3.0 SAN406
3.0 OC2304
Online class: Go to www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta
• On-Campus class with Limited Online Instruction
miraCosta CREDIT courses • Fall 2010
Class # Days
Time
Instructor
Units Room #
Class # Days
Time
Instructor
Astronomy
Automotive Technology
ASTR 101L Descriptive Astronomy Laboratory
AUTO 155 Manual Transmissions and Transaxles
Hands-on intro to observational astronomy. Observations of the night sky
with the naked eye, binoculars, and small telescopes. Studies of light and
optics, the earth, sun, moon, stars, planets, nebulae, and galaxies. CSU; UC
PREREQUISITE: ASTR 101 or ASTR 201.
COREQUISITE: ASTR 101 or ASTR 201 if prerequisite not met.
Oceanside Campus
1204 M
1205 W
7:00pm-9:45pm
7:00pm-9:45pm
FRENCH R
FRENCH R
Room #
1.0 OC4529
1.0 OC4529
ASTR 120 Life in the Universe
Study of life in the Universe. Includes the formation and evolution of the
Universe, stars, and extrasolar planets; origin and evolution of life on Earth,
the search for life elsewhere in our solar system and beyond, methods of
communication, and implications of contact. CSU; UC
1207 MW
12:30pm-1:45pm
FRENCH R
Room #
3.0 OC4526
Automotive Technology
AUTO 102 Preventive Maintenance and Engine Performance
This course prepares students for entry-level positions as transmission
technicians. It covers all aspects of manual transmissions and transaxles
and clutch and driveline service.
Oceanside Campus
1230 TTH
6:00pm-8:45pm
GENACK C
Room #
3.0 OC4001
AUTO 160 Automotive Suspension, Steering, and Alignment
This automotive steering and suspension systems course emphasizes wheel
alignment, service procedures, safety practices, and system failure diagnosis.
This course prepares students for the Automotive Service Excellence (ASE)
A4 Suspension and Steering examination.
Oceanside Campus
1232 MW
1234 MW
8:00am-10:45am WILLIAMS A
6:00pm-8:45pm WILLIAMS A
Room #
4.0 OC4010
4.0 OC4010
AUTO 161 Automotive Brake Service and Repair
This course covers the theory, service, and repair of hydraulic brake, anti-lock
brake, and traction control systems. It prepares students for the Automotive
Service Excellence (ASE) A5 Brakes examination.
1236 TTH
8:00am-10:45am VAIL S
4.0 OC4010
Topics include care and preventive maintenance of the automobile; maintenance of tires, wheels, brakes, suspensions, fuels, oil and lubricants, smog
devices, basic engine performance and automotive electronic procedures
and safety factors. CSU
AUTO 251 ASE A6 Alternative Course Electrical and Electronic Systems
Oceanside Campus
3015 T
6:00pm-9:45pm BROUILLETTE THIS IS AN 8 WEEK CLASS, (08/24-10/12)
Room #
1212 TTH
11:00am-1:45pm KATSON P
4.0 OC4001
1216 TTH
6:00pm-8:45pm KATSON P
4.0 OC4010
1214 T
2:00pm-4:45pm KATSON P
4.0 OC4001
&ONL
ONLINE
**NOTE** +3 hours weekly online. Readings and some lecture
will be offered online to prepare for the hands-on instruction lab
that will meet for 3 hours weekly. During lab you can work on your
own car, a shop car, or a friend’s car. CSU transferable.
This course supplants the ASE A6 examination required to sit for the California
Smog Check Technician examination.
Oceanside Campus
AUTO 252 ASE A8 Alternative Course Engine Performance
This course supplants the ASE A8 examination required to sit for the California Smog Check Technician examination. Students learn the A8 examination
content areas and perform lab exercises relative to each area.
Oceanside Campus
3017
AUTO 130 Basic Automotive Tune-Up
This introduction to the theory and operation of the internal combustion
engine covers ignition, fuel, emission control, and computerized systems.
It prepares students for the study of automotive tune-up and diagnosis.
Oceanside Campus
1218 M
3:00pm-5:45pm
Room #
VAIL S
2.0 OC4001
Late-Start/Oceanside
1210 S
8:00am-11:30am STAFF
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/11-12/11).
Room #
2.0 OC4001
Covers the fundamentals of electricity, electromagnetism, electromagnetic
induction, electronics, and D/C and A/C current theory. Prepares students for
the study of automotive electrical and electronic control systems.
1220 MW
1222 MW
11:00am-1:45pm
6:00pm-8:45pm
WILLIAMS A
RICHER J
Room #
4.0 OC4001
4.0 OC4016
AUTO 140 Automotive Engine Technology
This course introduces automotive engine mechanical theory and repair. It
prepares students for the Automotive Excellence (ASE) A1 Engine Repair
examination.
1224 MW
8:00am-10:45am VAIL S
4.0 OC4001
1226 MW
6:00pm-8:45pm STAFF
4.0 OC4001
AUTO 141 Automotive Engine Performance and Drivability
This engine performance course covers diagnostics, service, and repair
of fuel, ignition, starting, charging, emission, and computer systems. It
prepares students for the Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) A8 Engine
Performance examination.
Oceanside Campus
1228 TTH
8:00am-10:45am KATSON P
+Repeatable course
TH
6:00pm-9:45pm BROUILLETTE THIS IS AN 8 WEEK CLASS, (08/26-10/14)
Room #
1.0 OC4016
AUTO 253 ASE L1 Alternative Course Advanced Engine Performance
This course provides the equivalent to the ASE L1 Advanced Engine Performance certification required to take the State of California Smog Check
Technician examination.
Late-Start/Oceanside
3019 TTH
6:30pm-8:30pm BROUILLETTE THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (10/19-12/09)
Room #
1.0 OC4016
AUTO 299P(3.0) Coop Work Exp — Occupational
AUTO 135 Auto Electronic Fundamentals
Oceanside Campus
Room #
1.0 OC4016
For students whose work is related to their declared major. CSU
COREQUISITES: Students must be employed in a position directly related to
their declared major and must complete 75 hours of paid work or 60 hours
of non-paid work per unit of credit.
NOTE: To receive instructor consent and permission number,
students must submit employer contact information. Go to
www.miracosta.edu/dataform or the Career Center in Building
3700, Oceanside campus, to complete the form. Questions? Call
(760) 795-6772.
+1239 ARR
STAFF
3.0 THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/17).
New to MiraCosta College?
Then make a little time for orientation! You’ll find it useful––
whether you plan to take just a few courses or earn a degree.
Room #
4.0 OC4001
*Meets off-campus (see page 114)
Complete orientation online:
www.miracosta.edu/orientation
CSU; UC: Transferable course
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Oceanside Campus
Units Room #
miraCosta CREDIT courses • Fall 2010
Class # Days
Time
Instructor
Units Room #
Class # Days
Time
Instructor
Biological Sciences
BIO 100 General Biology (Lecture and Lab)
BIO 101 General Biology
This entry-level course provides a broad perspective of biological concepts
and principles, and it presents them in a real-world context to develop the
student’s ability to make effective decisions regarding current issues in biology. The laboratory component of this course provides direct participation
in experiments, demonstrations, and discussions related to fundamental
concepts in biology. UC CREDIT LIMITATION: Credit for BIO 100, 101, 103,
or 105. No credit for BIO 103 or 105 if taken after BIO 100 or 101, 101L. CSU;
UC — credit limitation
Oceanside Campus
2994 MW
&M
12:30pm-1:45pm
2:30pm-5:15pm
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
ALL COURSES
Biological Sciences
2996 MW
&M
12:30pm-1:45pm
3:00pm-5:45pm
Room #
CUNNINGHAM K 4.0 OC3606
OC4522
BAUGHMAN G
Room #
4.0 SAN401
SAN402
Bio Majors
Suggested BIO/CHEM course sequence for
transfer students:
SEMESTER 1:
CHEM 108 and one of the following:*
BIO 100, 101, 102, 103, 105, 150, 170 or 172
SEMESTER 2:
CHEM 110 and BIO 202
SEMESTERS 3 & 4:
CHEM 111 and BIO 204**
Refer to the schedule or catalog for names and descriptions of these courses. You
should also contact your transfer university and/or a counselor at the MiraCosta
Transfer Center (ext. 6880) to determine the appropriate course sequence.
*A lower-division, college-level biology course is not a requirement, as
students may meet the prerequisites for BIO 202 with only MATH 101;
however, it is strongly recommended.
**Students may also need BIO 220 to satisfy prerequisites for upper-division
course work at some institutions.
Allied Health Majors
Suggested course sequence for students
entering R.N., B.S. in nursing, dental hygiene
or physician assistant programs:
SEMSTER 1:
BIO 100 (Alternatively BIO 101 + 101L*)
SEMESTERS 2, 3 & 4:
BIO 210, 220**, 230**
Refer to the schedule or catalog for names and descriptions of these courses.
You should also contact your transfer university to determine any additional
prerequisites that may be completed at MiraCosta.
*BIO 101L (included in the BIO 100 curriculum) is not a requirement though it
is strongly recommended to enhance success in BIO 101 and in
future lab-based courses.
**If a chemistry course is required in your educational plan, it is advisable to
complete it before enrolling in either BIO 220 or 230.
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Online: Go to www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta
Units Room #
This entry-level course provides a broad perspective of biological concepts
and principles, and it presents them in a real-world context to develop the
student’s ability to make effective decisions regarding current issues in biology. UC CREDIT LIMITATION: Credit for BIO 100, 101, 103, or 105. No credit
for BIO 103 or 105 if taken after 100 or 101, 101L. CSU; UC — credit limitation
ADVISORY: Concurrent enrollment in BIO 101L is strongly recommended.
Eligibility for English 100.
Oceanside Campus
1242
1311
1245
1246
1241
1248
1281
1249
1284
MW
TTH
F
S
MW
TTH
MW
TH
T
8:00am-9:15am
8:00am-9:15am
9:00am-11:45am
9:00am-12:00pm
9:30am-10:45am
12:30pm-1:45pm
5:00pm-6:15pm
6:30pm-9:15pm
6:30pm-9:15pm
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
1243
1244
1250
1251
1285
1318
MW
TTH
MW
MW
W
M
8:00am-9:15am
9:30am-10:45am
11:00am-12:15pm
3:30pm-4:45pm
6:30pm-9:15pm
6:30pm-9:15pm
Room #
KLINGBEIL C
SUZUKI E
HULL S
WILLIAMS L
CUNNINGHAM K
CRUMMETT L
LEE M
HOLLAND A
WOO M
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
OC3606
OC3606
OC3606
OC3606
OC3606
OC3606
OC3606
OC3606
OC3606
MARBEY D
BAILEY S
WEST J
ANTONIADES S
KURZ-CAMACHO
WATERS A
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
SAN401
SAN401
SAN401
SAN401
SAN401
SAN401
Room #
BIO 101L General Biology Laboratory
This laboratory accompaniment to BIO 101 introduces the practices, techniques, and skills inherent to studies in the biological sciences, thereby
reinforcing, supporting, and extending theoretical concepts introduced in
the companion lecture course. UC CREDIT LIMITATION: Credit for BIO 100,
101, 103, or 105. No credit for BIO 103 or 105 if taken after BIO 100 or 101,
101L. CSU; UC — credit limitation
PREREQUISITE: BIO 101. COREQUISITE: BIO 101 if prerequisite not met.
Enrollment Limitation: Not open to students with prior credit in BIO 100.
Oceanside Campus
1252
1296
1253
1256
1255
1257
1286
T
F
TH
F
TH
M
W
8:30am-11:15am
9:00am-11:45am
9:30am-12:15pm
1:00pm-3:45pm
2:00pm-4:45pm
6:45pm-9:30pm
6:45pm-9:30pm
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
1254
1287
1258
1298
M
T
T
TH
8:00am-10:45am
11:30am-2:15pm
3:00pm-5:45pm
3:00pm-5:45pm
Room #
THOMFORD J
WEGNER N
CRUMMETT L
HULL S
URBACH M
KURZ-CAMACHO
LEE M
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
OC4522
OC4522
OC4522
OC4522
OC4522
OC4522
OC4522
WEST J
BAILEY S
BAILEY S
ANTONIADES S
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
SAN402
SAN402
SAN402
SAN402
Room #
BIO 102 Ecology and Environmental Biology
This course for non-science majors uses an interdisciplinary approach to
explore the science of ecology and address contemporary environmental
problems. The accompanying lab includes field trips to local environmental
resources. CSU; UC
ADVISORY: Eligibility for English 100.
Oceanside Campus
1261 TTH
&T
9:30am-10:45am
12:00pm-2:45pm
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
1259 MW
&W
9:30am-10:45am
11:30am-2:15pm
Room #
CUNNINGHAM K 4.0 OC3606
OC4522
STILLINGER D
Room #
4.0 SAN401
SAN402
BIO 103 Animal Diversity
This course introduces non-science majors to basic biological concepts
(e.g., evolution, ecology, behavior, physiology and development) with a
focus on animals. UC CREDIT LIMITATION: Credit for BIO 100, 101, 103, or
105. No credit for BIO 103 or 105 if taken after BIO 100 or 101, 101L. CSU;
UC — credit limitation
Online
1299 ONL
• On-Campus with Limited Online
WEST J
3.0 ONLINE
Hybrid: On-Campus and Online
miraCosta CREDIT courses • Fall 2010
Class # Days
Time
Instructor
Units Room #
Class # Days
Time
Instructor
Units Room #
Biological Sciences
Biological Sciences
BIO 105 Genes and Technology in Society
BIO 204 Foundations of Biology: Biochemistry, Cell Biology, Genetics, and
Molecular Biology
Introductory course in biology with a focus on the applications and implications of biology and biotechnology in medicine and agriculture. UC CREDIT
LIMITATION: Credit for BIO 100, 101, 103, or 105. No credit for BIO 103 or
105 if taken after BIO 100 or 101, 101L. CSU; UC — credit limitation
ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL100.
Online
1310 ONL
BAUGHMAN G
Late-Start/Oceanside
1297 TTH
2:00pm-3:30pm HOLLAND A
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/14).
3.0 ONLINE
Room #
3.0 OC3606
BIO 170 Marine Biology
Oceanside Campus
1263 MW
&W
11:00am-12:15pm SEPULVEDA J
12:30pm-3:15pm
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
1288 TTH
&TH
9:30am-10:45am
11:30am-2:15pm
Room #
4.0 OC3606
OC4522
Room #
HAUGSNESS WH 4.0 SAN501
SAN402
BIO 172 Marine Ecology
This introductory study of the marine environment emphasizes the ecological
principles that govern marine systems. CSU; UC
Online
1316 ONL
SEPULVEDA J
3.0 ONLINE
BIO 180 Biostatistics
This introductory statistics course focuses on experimental design and
data analysis with application to biological and health sciences. UC CREDIT
LIMITATION: Credit for BIO 180/BTEC 180, MATH 103, or PSYC 104/SOC
104. CSU; UC — credit limitation
PREREQUISITE: MATH 101 or MATH 101B with a grade of “C” or better or
qualification through the Math Competency Exam or approved equivalent.
Enrollment Limitatation: Not open to students with prior credit in BTEC 180,
BIO 180, PSYC 104 or SOC 104.
ADVISORY: BIO 101 or BIO 100.
Late-Start/Oceanside
1301 TTH
5:00pm-6:30pm FINO M
&ONL
+3.5 hours weekly online.
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/14).
Room #
4.0 OC4522
ONLINE
Introduction to the anatomy and physiology of the human muscular and skeletal systems. Students will learn to identify bones and muscles. This course
includes the study of joints and movement with minor clinical applications.
Room #
1300 TH
7:00pm-9:05pm HAUGSNESS WH 1.0 OC4522
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (10/21-12/09)
BIO 202 Foundations of Biology: Evolution, Biodiversity, and Organismal
Biology
Course covers biological diversity, plant/animal physiology, evolutionary biology, behavior, and ecology. CSU; UC
PREREQUISITE: MATH 101 or MATH 101B with a grade of “C” or better or
qualification through the Math Competency Exam or approved equivalent.
ADVISORY: Completion of college-level coursework in biology with focus at
organismal or populational level, e.g. BIO 100, BIO 101, BIO 102, BIO 103,
BIO 150, BIO 170, or BIO 220.
Oceanside Campus
1269 TTH
&T
11:00am-12:15pm IHARA J
1:00pm-3:45pm
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
1265 MW
&M
9:30am-10:45am
11:30am-2:15pm
IHARA J
+Repeatable course
1267 MW
&W
11:00am-12:15pm BAILEY S
1:00pm-3:45pm
Room #
4.0 OC3205
OC4050
BIO 210 Human Anatomy
This course follows a systemic approach to microscopic (tissue) and gross
anatomical studies of the human body and provides training in dissection
techniques. CSU; UC
PREREQUISITE: BIO 100, 101 or NURS 151 or a minimum 3-unit course in
biology that includes curriculum which presents principles of cellular life.
Oceanside Campus
1271 TTH
&TTH
1304 MW
&MW
1292 MW
&MW
1275 MW
&MW
8:00am-8:50am
9:05am-11:50am
8:00am-8:50am
9:05am-11:50am
12:30pm-1:20pm
1:35pm-4:20pm
5:30pm-6:20pm
6:45pm-9:30pm
1273
1312
Room #
SANCHEZ A
4.0 OC4526
OC4523
HAUGSNESS WH 4.0 OC3516
OC4523
TIFFANY B
4.0 OCT307
OC4523
STAFF
4.0 OC4529
OC4523
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
TTH
5:30pm-6:20pm THOMPSON S
4.0
&TTH
6:45pm-9:30pm
WF
DORNER M
4.0
&ONL
+2 hours weekly online.
Room #
SAN401
SAN402
SAN402
ONLINE
BIO 220 Human Physiology
Emphasis is placed on the integration of body systems and interactions at the
cellular and molecular levels for maintaining homeostasis. Students will have
the opportunity to record and analyze their own physiological data. CSU; UC
PREREQUISITE: BIO 100, BIO 101, BIO 204 or BIO 210.
ADVISORY: CHEM 100 or CHEM 104.
Oceanside Campus
1277 WF
&F
1314 F
&F
1282 TTH
&TH
1294 TTH
&TH
8:00am-9:15am
9:35am-12:20pm
9:45am-12:30pm
1:00pm-3:45pm
12:30pm-1:45pm
2:05pm-4:50pm
5:00pm-6:15pm
6:45pm-9:30pm
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
BIO 190 Survey of Human Musculoskeletal System
Late-Start/Oceanside
Oceanside Campus
1306 MW
&W
1:00pm-2:15pm
3:00pm-5:45pm
RICCITELLI M
BURG M
THOMFORD J
WOO M
THOMFORD J
Room #
4.0 OC4529
OC4523
4.0 OCT307
OC4523
4.0 OCT307
OC4523
4.0 OC3606
OC4523
Room #
4.0 SAN407
SAN402
BIO 230 Fundamentals of Microbiology
This course examines the history, morphology, and physiology of microbes
and covers techniques of isolating, culturing, identifying, and controlling
bacteria growth. CSU; UC
PREREQUISITE: BIO 220, CHEM 100, CHEM 104, CHEM 108, or CHEM 110.
Oceanside Campus
1290 TTH
&TTH
1308 MW
&MW
1279 TTH
&TTH
11:00am-12:15pm KULKARNI H
1:00pm-3:45pm
11:00am-12:15pm KULKARNI H
1:00pm-3:45pm
5:00pm-6:15pm TAMRAKAR S
6:45pm-9:30pm
Room #
5.0 OC3609
OC4514
5.0 OC7001
OC4514
5.0 OCT307
OC4514
Room #
4.0 OC3606
OC4523
Room #
4.0 SAN407
SAN402
Not a Biology Major? These 100-level
biology classes meet the Life Sciences General Education requirement:
BIO 100, BIO 102, BIO 150, BIO 170
*Meets off-campus (see page 114)
CSU; UC: Transferable course
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Explores the diversity of marine organisms and introduces basic biological and ecological concepts. Combining classroom investigation with field
exploration, the laboratory emphasizes an understanding of the marine environment from the biology of marine organisms to the structure of coastal
communities. CSU; UC
Course covers the molecular and cellular half of biology, including biochemistry, cell biology, genetics, and molecular biology. CSU; UC
PREREQUISITE: CHEM 110.
miraCosta CREDIT courses • Fall 2010
Class # Days
Time
Instructor
Units Room #
Class # Days
Time
Instructor
Biotechnology
Biotechnology
BTEC 110 Basic Techniques in Biotechnology
BTEC 299P(3.0) Coop Work Exp — Occupational
(Materials Fee: $30.00) This introductory course focuses on basic laboratory
techniques vital for employment in the bioscience/biotechnology industry.
Techniques include documentation, solution preparation, cell culture, assay
performance, purification of biomolecules, and gel electrophoresis.
ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 100 as evidenced by successful completion of
ENGL 803 or qualification through the English Assessment Examination; and
MATH 101 or MATH 101B or qualification through the Math Competency Exam
or approved equivalent; and CHEM 108; and BIO 100 or BIO 101 or BIO 105.
Oceanside Campus
1322 TTH
8:30am-12:15pm FINO M
Room #
4.0 OC4050
Units Room #
For students whose work is related to their declared major. CSU
COREQUISITES: Students must be employed in a position directly related to
their declared major and must complete 75 hours of paid work or 60 hours
of non-paid work per unit of credit.
NOTE: To receive instructor consent and permission number,
students must submit employer contact information. Go to
www.miracosta.edu/dataform or the Career Center in Building
3700, Oceanside campus, to complete the form. Questions? Call
(760) 795-6772.
+1333 ARR
STAFF
3.0 THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/17).
BTEC 120 Business and Regulatory Practices in Biotechnology
ALL COURSES
Introduction to business and regulatory practices in biotechnology.
LATE-START/Online
1326 ONL
FINO M
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/17).
Business Administration
3.0 ONLINE
BTEC 180 Biostatistics
This introductory statistics course focuses on experimental design and
data analysis with application to biological and health sciences. UC CREDIT
LIMITATION: Credit for BIO 180/BTEC 180, MATH 103, or PSYC 104/SOC
104. CSU; UC — credit limitation
PREREQUISITE: MATH 101 or MATH 101B with a grade of “C” or better or
qualification through the Math Competency Exam or approved equivalent.
Enrollment Limitatation: Not open to students with prior credit in BTEC 180,
BIO 180, PSYC 104 or SOC 104.
ADVISORY: BIO 100 or BIO 101.
Late-Start/Oceanside
1324 TTH
5:00pm-6:30pm FINO M
&ONL
+3.5 hours weekly online.
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/14).
Room #
4.0 OC4522
ONLINE
Advanced short-course in biotechnology that focuses on techniques related
to the amplification of DNA by the polymerase chain reaction (PCR).
ADVISORY: BTEC 110.
2998 TH
5:45pm-9:55pm SIVA A
&ONL
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (11/04-12/09)
+.5 hours weekly online.
Room #
1.0 OC4050
ONLINE
FINO M
1.0 ONLINE
BTEC 215 Qualification and Validation in Biotechnology
The study and practice of qualification and validation in biotechnology using
a functional biotechnology laboratory as the basis to develop and execute
equipment and analytical method validations.
ADVISORY: BTEC 110; BTEC 120; Eligibility for ENGL 100.
Oceanside Campus
3000 M
5:45pm-9:40pm STAFF
&ONL
THIS IS AN 8 WEEK CLASS, (08/23-10/18)
+1 hour weekly online.
Room #
1.5 OC4050
ONLINE
BTEC 293-1 Techniques in Biofuels Production and Analysis
HORNING K
Online: Go to www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta
3.0 ONLINE
BUS 120 Introduction to Business
Covers economics, global markets, social responsibility, ownership forms,
entrepreneurship, management, organization, employee relations, marketing,
decision-making, accounting, and financial management. CSU; UC
Oceanside Campus
1338 MW
1358 TTH
9:30am-10:45am
3:30pm-4:45pm
1348 TTH
9:30am-10:45am
Online
3008 ONL
Room #
SOZA R
SILVERMAN J
3.0 OC4802
3.0 OC4802
SOZA R
3.0 SAN606
MOLINA J
3.0 ONLINE
Room #
BUS 130 Small Business Management
Covers research, analyzing trends and competition, startup, business plans,
franchises, legal issues, marketing, accounting, managing personnel. CSU
Oceanside Campus
2:00pm-3:15pm
1340 T
6:30pm-9:15pm
Room #
HATA C
3.0 OC4802
THOMAS E
3.0 SAN302
Room #
BUS 132 Marketing
Covers segmenting, targeting, market research, buyer behavior, distribution,
retailing, advertising, selling, and international issues. CSU
Oceanside Campus
1342 TTH
11:00am-12:15pm LOVEJOY N
Online
1341 ONL
CUSHING B
Room #
3.0 OC4802
3.0 ONLINE
BUS 134 Retail Management
Principles and practices used in management of retail businesses. Includes
site selection, layout, organization, staffing, positioning, customer service,
promotional techniques, and all aspects of the critical buying function. CSU
Online
3130 ONL
MOLINA JOE
3.0 ONLINE
BUS 135 Personal Selling
This advanced course introduces students to the rapidly developing field of
renewable energy and biofuels production.
ADVISORY: BTEC 110
3144 TH
5:45pm-9:55pm SCHMID E
1.0 OC4050
&ONL
ONLINE
(09/30-10/28)
+.5 hours weekly online.
24
1360 ONL
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
Teaches practical applications of modern spreadsheets to handle and organize
scientific data for analysis and display.
ADVISORY: Working knowledge of desktop computing.
1329 ONL
(08/23-09/25)
Online
1339 MW
BTEC 210 Data Analysis with Excel
Online
This introduction to human resource management covers employee advocacy, law, and development; recruiting; training; performance management;
compensation and benefits programs; managing diversity and global operations; collective bargaining; and using human resources as a competitive
advantage. CSU
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
BTEC 203 Techniques in DNA Amplification
Late-Start/Oceanside
BUS 117 Human Resources Management
Covers professional selling techniques, motivation, persuasion, prospecting,
interviewing, negotiating, handling concerns, obtaining referrals, telemarketing, and legal and ethical concerns. CSU
Oceanside Campus
1363 T
6:30pm-9:15pm
• On-Campus with Limited Online
NYDEGGER D
Room #
3.0 OC4802
Hybrid: On-Campus and Online
miraCosta CREDIT courses • Fall 2010
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Time
Instructor
Units Room #
Class # Days
Time
Business Administration
Business Administration
BUS 136 Human Relations in Business
BUS 290 Business Communication
Covers motivation, values, attitudes, group behavior, teamwork, total quality, communication, productivity, conflict management, and change. CSU
Oceanside Campus
3009 MW
Room #
11:00am-12:15pm SOZA R
3.0 OC4802
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
1343 TTH
Room #
11:00am-12:15pm SOZA R
3.0 SAN606
BUS 137 Customer Service
Covers positive strategies for internal and external customers including
mystery shopping, surveys, face-to-face, telephone, and internet delivery
methods. CSU
Oceanside Campus
1353 TTH
2:00pm-3:15pm
Room #
HATA C
3.0 OC4802
Covers strategic planning, research, budgeting, choosing message and media,
creating ads, public relations. CSU
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
3129 MW
11:00am-12:15pm LOVEJOY N
Room #
3.0 SAN606
BUS 140 Legal Environment of Business
Covers courts, torts, crimes, contracts, sales, consumer protection, insurance,
bankruptcy, agency, employment, business entities, secured transactions,
real/personal property, landlord/tenant, wills/trusts. CSU; UC
Oceanside Campus
1365 TTH
1346 MW
1359 M
12:30pm-1:45pm
3:30pm-4:45pm
6:30pm-9:15pm
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
1345 MW
1352 W
9:30am-10:45am
6:30pm-9:15pm
Online
1344 ONL
1355 ONL
Room #
HATA C
HATA C
DRASCO M
3.0 OC4802
3.0 OC4802
3.0 OC4802
LUND E
LUND E
3.0 SAN202
3.0 SAN302
SEVERANCE T
SEVERANCE T
3.0 ONLINE
3.0 ONLINE
Room #
Covers financial planning and budgeting topics: bank accounts and CDs, credit,
credit cards, college funding, taxes, personal residence, property/ life/ health
insurance, stocks/ bonds/ mutual funds, estate and retirement planning. CSU
1347 ONL
1357 ONL
SEVERANCE T
SEVERANCE T
3.0 ONLINE
3.0 ONLINE
BUS 160 International Business
Overview of international business, trade, and globalization. Political systems,
economics, law, culture, monetary and financial systems, investment, trade
agreements, management, marketing, and operations. CSU
Oceanside Campus
1370 MW
Effective written, oral and electronic communication through carefully organized and designed memos, letters, reports and presentations. CSU
PREREQUISITE: Pass with a grade of “P” ENGL 803 or ESL 803 or approved
equivalent, or qualify through the English Assessment or approved equivalent.
ADVISORY: ENGL 100.
Oceanside Campus
1349 TTH
1354 TH
8:00am-9:15am
6:30pm-9:15pm
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
1356 TTH
1361 M
8:00am-9:15am
6:30pm-9:15pm
Room #
HICKMAN L
HICKMAN L
3.0 OC4802
3.0 OC4802
SOZA R
LEVY L
3.0 SAN606
3.0 SAN302
Room #
BUS 299P(3.0) Coop Work Exp — Occupational
For students whose work is related to their declared major. CSU
COREQUISITES: Students must be employed in a position directly related to
their declared major and must complete 75 hours of paid work or 60 hours
of non-paid work per unit of credit.
NOTE: To receive instructor consent and permission number,
students must submit employer contact information. Go to
www.miracosta.edu/dataform or the Career Center in Building
3700, Oceanside campus, to complete the form. Questions? Call
(760) 795-6772.
+1368 ARR
STAFF
3.0 THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/17).
Business Office Technology
Business Office Technology (BOT) program courses are designed to provide
students with basic entry-level skills for employment or foundation skills for
computer application and business courses. All courses are offered in a selfpaced format online or in the BOT Model Office, 4803B OC lab. Students
arrange a flexible weekly schedule with the instructor. Program information
can be found on the Web site at www.miracosta.edu/home/kstriebel. All
students must contact the instructor and complete the online orientation during the first week of the semester or they will be dropped from the courses.
Please contact kstriebel@miracosta.edu for more information.
BOT 100 Beginning Keyboarding
BUS 147 Personal Finance
Online
Units Room #
12:30pm-1:45pm
THOMAS E
Room #
3.0 OC4802
Beginning keyboarding course for those who need to learn the alphabetic
keys and basic keyboarding technique. Finger placement and accuracy are
emphasized, not speed. This class is offered pass/no pass only.
Online
LATE-START/Online
1377 ONL
VANPELT K
THIS IS AN 8 WEEK CLASS, (08/23-10/16)
1385 ONL
VANPELT K
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (10/18-12/11).
Practical business start-up topics for prospective entrepreneurs: successful
traits and skills, finding and evaluating business ideas, starting or buying a
business or franchise, market research, sales forecasting, distribution, pricing, promotion, advertising, selling. CSU
Oceanside Campus
1350 W
6:30pm-9:15pm WUEBBEN J
THIS IS AN 8 WEEK CLASS, (08/25-10/13)
Room #
1.5 OC4802
BUS 171 Entrepreneur II
More practical business start-up topics: determining financing needs and
sources, choosing a business entity and location, legal issues, organization
and personnel, bookkeeping and financial management, risk analysis and
insurance. CSU
Late-Start/Oceanside
1351 W
6:30pm-9:15pm WUEBBEN J
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (10/20-12/08).
+Repeatable course
Room #
1.0 ONLINE
BOT 101 Advanced Keyboarding
Advanced keyboarding course for those who wish to increase speed and
accuracy. This class is offered pass/no pass only.
LATE-START/Online
BUS 170 Entrepreneur I
1.0 ONLINE
1386 ONL
VANPELT K
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (10/18-12/11).
1.0 ONLINE
Financial Aid Recipients:
If you received financial aid at MiraCosta College and
you drop to zero units before October 29, 2010, you
and the college must repay any unearned aid. OUCH!!
If you have not received financial aid, visit us on the
Web to find out how you can apply.
www.miracosta.edu/financialaid
1.5 OC4802
*Meets off-campus (see page 114)
CSU; UC: Transferable course
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BUS 138 Advertising and Promotion
Instructor
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Class # Days
Time
Instructor
Units Room #
Class # Days
Time
Instructor
Career and Life Planning
BOT 102 10-Key
CRLP 101 Introduction to Career Planning
This course teaches only the 10-key pad on the computer keyboard. Students
learn finger placement and practice numeric drills to build speed and accuracy.
This class is offered pass/no pass only.
LATE-START/Online
1387 ONL
VANPELT K
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (10/18-12/11).
1.0 ONLINE
BOT 110 Word Processing
Students practice the operations of a word processing application through
document production assignments including electronic messages and
Internet assignments. Lectures and supplemental information are included
in Blackboard.
ADVISORY: BOT 100 or at least 25 wpm keyboarding speed.
ALL COURSES
Business Office Technology
Online
1388 ONL
STRONG M
3.0 ONLINE
BOT 113 Basic Office Skills
Course emphasizes practical applications needed for working in a business
office. Information and drills on telephone techniques, filing, proofreading,
office equipment, mailing procedures, and teamwork are included.
Online
1389 ONL
HOPKINS T
1.0 ONLINE
BOT 116 Office Systems and Procedures
This is an Administrative Assistant simulation course. Students can choose
a career-specific simulation package in general office procedures. Lectures
and supplemental information are included in Blackboard.
ADVISORY: BOT 100, BOT 110, CSIT 110.
Online
1392 ONL
STRIEBEL K
3.0 ONLINE
BOT 117 Management Office Skills
Course presents information and applications for attaining management skills
needed in a business office. Assignments emphasize supervisory office
skills such as communication, leadership, decision-making, and scheduling.
LATE-START/Online
1384 ONL
HOPKINS T
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (10/18-12/11).
1.0 ONLINE
BOT 299P(3.0) Coop Work Exp — Occupational
For students whose work is related to their declared major. CSU
COREQUISITES: Students must be employed in a position directly related to
their declared major and must complete 75 hours of paid work or 60 hours
of non-paid work per unit of credit.
NOTE: To receive instructor consent and permission number,
students must submit employer contact information. Go to
www.miracosta.edu/dataform or the Career Center in Building
3700, Oceanside campus, to complete the form. Questions? Call
(760) 795-6772.
+1395 ARR
STAFF
3.0 THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/17).
Units Room #
An introduction to the career planning process including self-assessment,
career research, decision-making, and job search strategies. Stages of career development and the active management of one’s own career will be
emphasized. This class is offered pass/no pass only. CSU
Late-Start/Oceanside
1398 TTH
2:00pm-3:45pm BADER E
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-09/30)
Late-Start/San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
1399 TTH
9:00am-10:45am BADER E
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-09/30)
LATE-START/Online
1403 ONL
BADER E
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-10/18)
Room #
1.0 OCT402
Room #
1.0 SAN509
1.0 ONLINE
Chemistry
CHEM 100 Introductory Chemistry
Beginning course that teaches the student the language, materials, mathematics, and principles of chemistry. Designed for the non-chemistry major,
and along with CHEM 102, makes up the “General-Organic-Biological” (GOB)
sequence required for many allied health fields. While this course has no
prerequisites, high school-level math skills are assumed. UC CREDIT LIMITATION: Credit for CHEM 100, 103, 103L, or 108. No credit for 100, 103 or 103L
if taken after CHEM 108 or 110. CSU; UC — credit limitation
Oceanside Campus
1404 MW
&MW
1433 TH
&T
1408 MW
&MW
8:00am-9:15am
9:30am-10:45am
2:00pm-4:45pm
2:00pm-4:45pm
3:30pm-4:45pm
5:00pm-6:15pm
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
1406 F
&F
9:00am-11:45am
1:00pm-3:45pm
LEE N
SALAMI B
BOLANOS T
ASSADERAGHI Room #
4.0 OC4526
OC4501
4.0 OC3609
OC4505
4.0 OC3609
OC4501
Room #
4.0 SAN407
SAN402
CHEM 102 Introduction to Organic and Biological Chemistry
Teaches students to identify names, structures and reactions of organic and
biochemistry. Emphasizes evaluating the carbon-based chemicals encountered
daily, especially compounds used in medicine, our food supply, and energy.
Last course “General-Organic-Biochemistry” sequence required for many
allied health fields. UC CREDIT LIMITATION: Credit for CHEM 102 or 104.
No credit if taken after CHEM 210. CSU; UC — credit limitation
PREREQUISITE: CHEM 100 or CHEM 108 or CHEM 110.
Oceanside Campus
1410 T
&TH
2:00pm-4:45pm
2:00pm-4:45pm
STAFF
Room #
4.0 OC3609
OC4505
CHEM 104 Chemistry of Living Things (Introduction to General, Organic,
and Biochemistry)
This course assists students in successfully establishing and achieving education, career, and life goals through a comprehensive approach to effective
planning. Students relate their interests, personality, learning style, transferable skills, and work values to academic major and career options. CSU; UC
Course surveys chemical principles involved in the functioning of living
organisms, with emphasis on the human body. Includes both lecture and
laboratory components, and meets the needs of many students in certain
nursing and other allied health programs (check with program advisor or
transfer institution for specific information on transferability). UC CREDIT
LIMITATION: Credit for CHEM 102 or 104. No credit if taken after CHEM
102. CSU; UC — credit limitation
ADVISORY: High School level math skills.
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
Oceanside Campus
Career and Life Planning
CRLP 100 Career and Life Planning
1401 MW
8:00am-9:15am
Online
1400 ONL
Late-Start/Oceanside
3.0 SAN305
GLEASON B
3.0 ONLINE
1402 MW
11:00am-12:30pm WILCOX D
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/08-12/15).
26
Room #
STAFF
3.0 Room #
Online: Go to www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta
1426 MW
&MW
1428 TTH
&TTH
9:30am-10:45am GOUETH P
11:00am-1:45pm
12:30pm-1:45pm GOUETH P
9:30am-12:15pm
Late-Start/Oceanside
1439 MW
2:00pm-3:15pm FRYSZMAN O
&MW
3:30pm-6:15pm
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/08-12/13).
• On-Campus with Limited Online
Room #
5.0 OC3609
OC4501
5.0 OC3609
OC4505
Room #
5.0 OC3609
OC4505
Hybrid: On-Campus and Online
miraCosta CREDIT courses • Fall 2010
Class # Days
Time
Instructor
Units Room #
Class # Days
Time
Chemistry
Chemistry
CHEM 108 Preparatory Chemistry
CHEM 211 Organic Chemistry II
Provides skills in problem-solving, math, critical thinking, and abstract visualization used in CHEM 110. Historical development of chemistry, graphing
and measurements, dimensional analysis, atomic theory, nomenclature,
quantum theory, stoichiometry, chemical reactions, gases, bonding theory,
Lewis structures, and the relationship between chemistry and society. UC
CREDIT LIMITATION: Credit for CHEM 100, 103, 103L, or 108. No credit for
100, 103 or 103L if taken after CHEM 108 or 110. CSU; UC — credit limitation
PREREQUISITE: MATH 101 or MATH 101B or qualification through the Math
Competency Exam or approved equivalent.
COREQUISITE: MATH 101 OR MATH 101B if prerequisite not met.
Enrollment Limitation: Not open to students with credit in CHEM 110.
Oceanside Campus
1414 MW
1412 W
8:00am-9:15am
6:30pm-9:15pm
ASSADERAGHI SALAMI B
1425 TTH
11:00am-12:15pm MCMAHON S
Online
Room #
3.0 SAN407
1413 ONL
BYRNES C
3.0 ONLINE
This online class requires students to take proctored tests given
on campus.
Late-Start/Oceanside
1432 F
9:00am-12:30pm BEAR T
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/10-12/17).
Room #
3.0 OC3609
Continuation of the one-year sequence begun by CHEM 210. CSU; UC
PREREQUISITE: CHEM 210 with a grade of “C” or better.
Oceanside Campus
3021 MW
&MW
5:00pm-6:15pm
6:45pm-9:30pm
CHLD 105 Program Planning and Curriculum Methods
In-depth study of early childhood program planning and developmentally
appropriate practices. Includes consideration of philosophy, design of the
environment, materials and resources, daily schedule, goals and objectives,
curriculum and adaptations, and methods of assessing learning. CSU
Oceanside Campus
1443 MW
1444 W
9:30am-10:45am
6:30pm-9:15pm
Late-Start/San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
6:30pm-9:15pm
Oceanside Campus
Online
1415 TTH
&TTH
3023 MW
&MW
11:00am-12:15pm BOLANOS T
8:00am-10:45am
5:00pm-6:15pm GABBAY S
6:45pm-9:30pm
Room #
Room #
5.0 SAN401
SAN402
5.0 SAN407
SAN402
CHEM 111 General Chemistry
Continuation of CHEM 110. Covers kinetics, equilibrium, nuclear reactions,
thermodynamics, electrochemistry, and organic chemistry. CSU; UC
PREREQUISITE: CHEM 110 with a grade of “C” or better.
Oceanside Campus
1423 TTH
&TTH
1421 MW
&MW
9:30am-10:45am
11:00am-1:45pm
5:00pm-6:15pm
6:45pm-9:30pm
Room #
LEE N
5.0 OC3609
OC4501
5.0 OC4802
OC4501
ABBAS S
CHEM 210 Organic Chemistry I
Introduction to organic chemistry compounds, structure, nomenclature,
reactions and reaction mechanisms for alkanes, alkenes, alkynes, alcohols,
alkyl halides, elimination and nucleophilic substitution reactions, and aromatic
compounds and reactions. CSU; UC
PREREQUISITE: CHEM 110 with a grade of “C” or better.
ADVISORY: CHEM 111.
Oceanside Campus
1435 MW
&MW
1437 TTH
&TTH
11:00am-12:15pm ROBERTSON D
12:30pm-3:15pm
5:00pm-6:15pm KOLONKO K
6:45pm-9:30pm
+Repeatable course
Room #
3.0 OC8001
3.0 OC8001
Overview of curriculum and development of play materials and activities for
young children. Includes philosophy of play, developmentally and culturally
appropriate practices, and designing curriculum based on observation and
assessment of young children.
1446 TH
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
WHITNEY M
PARIS J
CHLD 106 Educational Play: Materials
CHLD 109 Child Behavior and Guidance
5.0 OC3609
OC4505
5.0 OC3609
OC4501
5.0 OC3201
OC4501
Room #
5.0 OC3609
OC4505
Child Development
Study of fundamental principles and their applications. Chemical calculations are emphasized. Laboratory assignments complement the work in
class. CSU; UC
PREREQUISITE: CHEM 108 or one year of high school chemistry, and MATH
101 or MATH 101B with a grade of “C” or better or qualification through the
Math Competency Exam or approved equivalent.
ADVISORY: CHEM 108 strongly recommended if it has been four or more
years since chemistry course.
8:00am-9:15am
YEAGER M
9:30am-12:15pm
12:30pm-1:45pm PICKHAM K
2:00pm-4:45pm
5:00pm-6:15pm JOSHI H
6:45pm-9:30pm
ROBERTSON D
1445 T
6:30pm-9:35pm D’ARCY A
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/14).
CHEM 110 General Chemistry
1430 MW
&MW
1417 MW
&MW
1419 TTH
&TTH
Units Room #
Room #
3.0 SAN609
This course examines the reasons for children’s behavior in relation to appropriate teaching strategies and interventions. Students learn how to design,
implement, and evaluate developmentally appropriate classroom guidance
and discipline strategies. CSU
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
1469 ONL
Room #
THOMPSON R
3.0 SAN505
ANDERSON L
3.0 ONLINE
CHLD 111 Programs for Infants and Toddlers
Introductory focus on the growth and development of children birth through
three years of age, including early learning environments and experiences.
Designed to meet state licensing requirements.
Oceanside Campus
1448 TH
6:30pm-9:15pm
HANLEY A
Late-Start/Oceanside
1447 W
2:00pm-5:05pm HANLEY A
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/08-12/15).
Room #
3.0 OC8001
Room #
3.0 OC8001
CHLD 112 Child Growth and Development
This course covers principles of child growth and development from conception
through age six within cultural and family contexts. UC CREDIT LIMITATION:
Credit for CHLD 112/PSYC 112, CHLD 113/PSYC 113, or CHLD 121/PSYC 121.
CSU; UC — credit limitation
ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 100.
Oceanside Campus
• 1460
Online
T
1461 ONL
6:30pm-9:15pm
3.0 OC3201
MOORE V
3.0 ONLINE
Go to
surf.miracosta.edu
Room #
for the most up-to-date
class information.
5.0 OC3609
OC4505
5.0 OC3609
OC4505
*Meets off-campus (see page 114)
Room #
WILSON G
CSU; UC: Transferable course
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San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
Room #
3.0 OC4802
3.0 OCT306
Instructor
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Class # Days
Time
Instructor
Units Room #
Class # Days
Time
Instructor
Child Development
CHLD 113 Child and Adolescent Growth and Development
CHLD 210 Child, Family, and Community
Study of the child from conception through adolescence. Principles of human
development with emphasis on cognitive, physical, social, and emotional
development within cultural and family contexts. UC CREDIT LIMITATION:
Credit for CHLD 112/PSYC 112, CHLD 113/PSYC 113, or CHLD 121/PSYC 121.
CSU; UC — credit limitation
ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 100.
Oceanside Campus
• 1462
• 1463
TTH
T
Online
1464 ONL
1465 ONL
ALL COURSES
Child Development
9:30am-10:45am
3:30pm-6:15pm
SKEMP P
SKEMP P
Room #
3.0 OC8001
3.0 OC8001
SKEMP P
MIDDLETON L
3.0 ONLINE
3.0 ONLINE
This is a study of emotional, intellectual, social, and physical growth patterns
from conception to death. Explores major theories of development. UC
CREDIT LIMITATION: Credit for CHLD 112/PSYC 112, CHLD 113/PSYC 113,
or CHLD 121/PSYC 121. CSU; UC — credit limitation
Oceanside Campus
11:00am-12:15pm WHITNEY M
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
1471 TTH
11:00am-12:15pm WHITNEY M
Late-Start/Oceanside
• 1472
Room #
3.0 OC8001
Room #
3.0 SAN502
Room #
TTH
2:00pm-3:15pm KELLEY R
3.0 OC3101
&ONL
ONLINE
+.5 hours weekly online. As a late start course, this class will make
up the class meeting time that did not occur during the first two
weeks. This will be done using an online format, that is spread out
evenly across the semester.
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/14).
CHLD 140 Language and Literacy in Early Childhood
Principles and practices to support language development, emerging literacy,
language arts, literature, and learning in early childhood with a focus on handson activities (including dramatic play, puppetry, fingerplays and flannelboards).
Late-Start/Oceanside
1449 S
9:00am-12:55pm PACIOREK L
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/11-12/04)
Room #
3.0 OC8001
CHLD 160 Music and Movement for Young Children
Late-Start/Oceanside
1450 M
6:30pm-9:45pm SACHS R
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/13-12/13).
Room #
3.0 OC8001
• 1466
• 1467
TTH
M
Online
1468 ONL
8:00am-9:15am
6:30pm-9:15pm
Room #
SEPULVEDA R
WARE M
3.0 OC8001
3.0 OC3201
MOORE V
3.0 ONLINE
An in-depth examination of observation, documentation, and assessment
strategies designed to incorporate standards-based assessment to inform
classroom teaching practices and insure developmentally appropriate curriculum. CSU
Oceanside Campus
1451 T
11:00am-12:45pm ANDERSON L
&ARR
+3 hours weekly.
Room #
3.0 OC8001
Late-Start/Oceanside
1458 TH
6:30pm-9:45pm ANDERSON L
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/09-12/16).
Room #
3.0 OC3205
CHLD 245 Adult Supervision/Mentor Teacher
This course offers a study of the methods and principles of supervising
teachers, assistant teachers, student teachers, parents and volunteers in
early childhood classrooms. It meets the adult supervision requirement in
the Child Development Permit Matrix.
Oceanside Campus
1454 W
6:30pm-9:15pm
WHITNEY M
Room #
3.0 OC3101
CHLD 250 Administration of Child Development Programs
Planning and management of early childhood programs. Includes policy
development, licensing and state regulations, budgets, sources of funding,
and program planning and evaluation.
Late-Start/Oceanside
1455 S
9:00am-12:55pm ETIENNE B
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/11-12/04)
Room #
3.0 OC3201
CHLD 270 Preschool Teacher Internship
Supervised internship experience in designated early childhood education
settings.
PREREQUISITES: Complete 6 units at MCC prior to internship; instructor &
department chair permission required.
COREQUISITE: Must complete 120 hours of non-paid work.
1456 T
6:30pm-7:20pm
&ARR
+6 hours weekly.
WHITNEY M
Room #
3.0 OC8001
Under the guidance of either an on- or off-campus child care center director,
student interns develop skills in staff supervision, fiscal management, curriculum planning and evaluation, program policies and procedures, staff-family
partnerships, and public relations. CSU
PREREQUISITES: Complete 6 units at MCC prior to internship; instructor &
department chair permission required.
COREQUISITE: Must be enrolled in 3 units in addition to Internship Studies.
Must complete 180 hours of non-paid or 225 hours of paid work.
Oceanside Campus
1459 ARR
CHLD 205 Health and Safety Issues in Childhood
Designed to give those who care for children an overview of health and safety
issues including child abuse, laws, and reporting procedures. Students will
be certified in CPR and First Aid training. An additional fee will be charged
for CPR and First Aid certification. CSU
1453 F
8:30am-12:05pm SACHS R
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/10-12/17).
Development of effective partnerships between teachers and parents; examination of cultural beliefs, attitudes, and practices to improve home-school
communication; knowledge of community resources supporting parents
and professionals.
CHLD 271P(3.0) Administration Internship
CHLD 200 Observation & Assessment in Early Childhood
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Oceanside Campus
Oceanside Campus
Development of an early childhood music and movement curriculum.
Late-Start/Oceanside
Study of behavior and development as shaped by family and cultural influences. CSU; UC
ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 100.
CHLD 230 Parent / Teacher Partnerships
CHLD 121 Human Development
1470 MW
Units Room #
Room #
3.0 OC8001
Online: Go to www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta
SKEMP P
3.0 CHLD 299P(3.0) Coop Work Exp — Occupational
Room #
For students whose work is related to their declared major. CSU
COREQUISITES: Students must be employed in a position directly related to
their declared major and must complete 75 hours of paid work or 60 hours
of non-paid work per unit of credit.
NOTE: To receive instructor consent and permission number,
students must submit employer contact information. Go to
www.miracosta.edu/dataform or the Career Center in Building
3700, Oceanside campus, to complete the form. Questions? Call
(760) 795-6772.
+1474 ARR
STAFF
3.0 THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/17).
• On-Campus with Limited Online
Hybrid: On-Campus and Online
miraCosta CREDIT courses • Fall 2010
Class # Days
Time
Instructor
Units Room #
Class # Days
Time
Instructor
Chinese
Communication
CHNS 101 Elementary Chinese (First Semester)
COMM 120 Principles of Human Communication
This course introduces contemporary Chinese, emphasizing the development
of language acquisition through listening, speaking, reading, and writing. It
corresponds to the first two years of high school Chinese. CSU; UC
Oceanside Campus
1479 TTH
6:30pm-8:45pm
Room #
LI S
4.0 OCT313
CHNS 201 Intermediate Chinese (Third Semester)
This course is a continuation of CHNS 101 and CHNS 102. It reviews and
expands first-year grammar with emphasis on communicative proficiency.This
course also provides an increased awareness of Chinese culture. CSU; UC
PREREQUISITE: CHNS 102 with a “C” or better or third year of high school
Chinese with a “C” or better.
Oceanside Campus
6:30pm-8:45pm
KUAN RODERIC
Room #
4.0 OC3104
Communication
COMM 101 Oral Communication
Provides experience in creating and delivering oral presentations; covers
organization and support of ideas, and effective delivery. CSU; UC
ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 100.
Oceanside Campus
1512
1510
1492
1484
1506
1486
1488
1489
1490
1521
1500
1518
TTH
F
MW
MW
TTH
MW
TTH
MW
MW
TTH
TH
W
8:00am-9:15am
9:00am-11:45am
11:00am-12:15pm
12:30pm-1:45pm
12:30pm-1:45pm
2:00pm-3:15pm
2:00pm-3:15pm
3:30pm-4:45pm
5:00pm-6:15pm
5:00pm-6:15pm
6:30pm-9:15pm
6:30pm-9:15pm
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
1491
1485
1517
1507
1511
1487
1519
MW
TTH
MW
MW
TTH
TH
T
8:00am-9:15am
11:00am-12:15pm
11:00am-12:15pm
2:00pm-3:15pm
2:00pm-3:15pm
6:30pm-9:15pm
6:30pm-9:15pm
Room #
STAFF
ANDERSON T
MCCLURE L
MCCLURE L
MCCLURE L
MCCLURE L
ONGYOD A
ONGYOD A
PERKINS P
SPERLA M
SPERLA M
ANDERSON T
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
OC3501
OC3501
OC3501
OC3501
OC3501
OC3501
OC3501
OC3501
OC3501
OC3501
OC3501
OC3501
BROWN M
ARENIVAR S
BROWN M
STAFF
WALSH A
PERKINS P
ARENIVAR S
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
SAN507
SAN507
SAN507
SAN507
SAN507
SAN507
SAN507
Room #
COMM 106 Group Communication
Introduces students to group communication processes and principles, and
the necessary role of discussion in society. CSU; UC
ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 100.
Oceanside Campus
1493 TTH
1502 MW
1503 T
9:30am-10:45am STAFF
11:00am-12:15pm ONGYOD A
6:30pm-9:15pm MARTIN P
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
1520 MW
1522 MW
9:30am-10:45am
12:30pm-1:45pm
Room #
3.0 OC3501
3.0 OC3516
3.0 OC3501
Room #
STAFF
STAFF
Introductory course in human communication concepts and theories, with a
focus on the role and significance of communication in and across different
contexts. CSU; UC
ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 100.
Oceanside Campus
2958 TTH
9:30am-10:45am
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
1514 TTH
9:30am-10:45am
Online
1505 ONL
Room #
MCCLURE L
3.0 OC3516
ARENIVAR S
3.0 SAN507
ARENIVAR S
3.0 ONLINE
Room #
COMM 135 Gender Studies in Communication
Examination of the communication patterns of men and women including
differences and similarities in verbal, nonverbal, leadership, conflict, and
interpersonal styles. CSU; UC
ADVISORY: Eligibility for English 100
Oceanside Campus
1508 TTH
11:00am-12:15pm MCCLURE L
Room #
3.0 OC3501
COMM 207 Interpersonal Communication
Study of the communication process, perception, symbolic nature of language,
and effects of communication on people in society. CSU; UC
ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 100.
Oceanside Campus
1509 MW
1494 TTH
1496 M
8:00am-9:15am
3:30pm-4:45pm
6:30pm-9:15pm
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
1504 W
6:30pm-9:15pm
Room #
MOURA N
ONGYOD A
BROOM C
3.0 OC3501
3.0 OC3501
3.0 OC3501
EIDSMORE J
3.0 SAN507
Room #
COMM 212 Argumentation
Development of critical thinking skills. Practice of creating and evaluating
arguments. CSU; UC
ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 100.
Oceanside Campus
1513 MW
9:30am-10:45am
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
1497 TTH
8:00am-9:15am
Room #
MOURA N
3.0 OC3501
MOURA N
3.0 SAN507
Room #
COMM 215 Intercultural Communication
This course analyzes the cultural factors and variables that influence human
communication choices and actions. CSU; UC
ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 100.
Oceanside Campus
2959 MW
12:30pm-1:45pm
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
2960 TTH
12:30pm-1:45pm
Online
1498 ONL
Room #
ONGYOD A
3.0 OC3516
ARENIVAR S
3.0 SAN507
ARENIVAR S
3.0 ONLINE
Room #
3.0 SAN507
3.0 SAN507
COMM 110 Voice and Diction
Emphasizes training to improve the speaking voice in quality, flexibility, and
effectiveness. CSU; UC
Oceanside Campus
1515 TTH
12:30pm-1:45pm
WILLIAMS T
Room #
3.0 OC2011
COMM 111 Oral Interpretation of Literature
New to MiraCosta College?
Then make a little time for orientation! You’ll find it useful––
whether you plan to take just a few courses or earn a degree.
Introduction to the oral interpretation and analysis of literary works through
development of vocal and physical expressiveness, variety, and flexibility.
CSU; UC
Late-Start/Oceanside
1516 MW
11:00am-12:30pm WILLIAMS T
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/08-12/13).
+Repeatable course
Complete orientation online:
www.miracosta.edu/orientation
Room #
3.0 OC2011
*Meets off-campus (see page 114)
CSU; UC: Transferable course
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ALL COURSES
3153 MW
Units Room #
miraCosta CREDIT courses • Fall 2010
Class # Days
Time
Instructor
Units Room #
Class # Days
Time
Instructor
Computer Science
Note: Students pursuing a degree in Computer Science should also
see MATH 226.
CS 299P(3.0) Coop Work Exp — Occupational
CS 107 Introduction to Object-Oriented Programming
In this introductory computer programming course, students use pre-built
objects to create animated storyboards in 3-D virtual worlds while learning the
concepts of object-oriented programming (OOP). UC CREDIT LIMITATION:
No credit if taken after CS 111. CSU; UC — credit limitation
Oceanside Campus
2642 TTH
11:00am-12:45pm PORTO J
&ONL
+1 hour weekly online.
Room #
3.0 OC4804
ONLINE
CS 111 Introduction to Computer Science I: Java
ALL COURSES
Computer Science
This course introduces computer science and an object-oriented programming
language and develops basic programming skills. UC CREDIT LIMITATION:
No credit if taken after CS 112. CSU; UC — credit limitation
PREREQUISITE: High school algebra or MATH 100.
ADVISORY: MATH 101 OR MATH 101A and MATH 101B.
Oceanside Campus
2636 TTH
2638 M
1:00pm-2:45pm
5:30pm-9:15pm
PORTO J
STAFF
Room #
3.0 OC4804
3.0 OC4804
CS 112 Introduction to Computer Science II: Java
This course develops advanced object-oriented programming concepts and
refines the concepts of inheritance, polymorphism, and encapsulation.Topics
include various data structures and their usage, recursion, modularity and
abstraction, including generics, event-driven programming, graphical user
interfaces, applets, and exception handling. CSU; UC
PREREQUISITE: CS 111.
Oceanside Campus
2651 W
5:30pm-9:15pm
&ONL
+1 hour weekly online.
PORTO J
Room #
3.0 OC4804
ONLINE
This programming course introduces Python, a dynamic, object-oriented,
extensible language that is well-suited for large, complex applications as
well as website development and systems administration.
Online
3043 ONL
STAFF
3.0 ONLINE
This course introduces data input/output, data types, control structures,
operators, functions, and graphical user interface (GUI) tools using an objectoriented approach to programming in the Visual Basic 2008 language. CSU
ADVISORY: MATH 101 or MATH 101A and MATH 101B.
2640 ONL
LOUGHREY E
3.0 ONLINE
CS 150 C++ Programming
This course uses an object oriented approach to programming in the C++
language and covers data input/output, data types, control structures, operators, functions, and the operating environment. CSU; UC
ADVISORY: MATH 101 or MATH 101A and MATH 101B.
Oceanside Campus
2644 TTH
3:30pm-5:15pm
&ONL
+1 hour weekly online.
PORTO J
Room #
3.0 OC4804
ONLINE
CS 220 Computer Architecture and Assembly Language
This course introduces the fundamental physical and structural concepts
of assembly language programming. Topics include machine architecture,
memory addressing, input/output, interrupts, control structures, compiling,
and linking. CSU; UC
PREREQUISITE: CS 112.
Oceanside Campus
3045 TH
5:30pm-9:15pm
&ONL
+1 hour weekly online.
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Computer Studies & Information Technology
CSIT 100 Computer Basics I
In this first of a two-course sequence, students with little to no computer
experience develop and strengthen their basic computer skills. Topics include
basic computer techniques and literacy in computer concepts. CSU
Oceanside Campus
3057 S
9:00am-11:45am SANDERS C
THIS IS AN 8 WEEK CLASS, (08/28-10/16)
3058 MW
5:00pm-6:15pm HERRICK J
THIS IS AN 8 WEEK CLASS, (08/23-10/13)
Room #
1.5 OC4803A
1.5 OC4803A
CSIT 105 Computer Basics II
This course provides new and expanded study in the areas of basic computer
techniques and literacy in computer concepts. Topics include Windows,
hierarchical file and folder management, multi-tasking, word processing,
safe and ethical Internet practices, e-mail, spreadsheet creation, computer
maintenance, security, and purchasing a computer. CSU
ADVISORY: CSIT 100.
Oceanside Campus
Late-Start/Oceanside
3061 MW
5:00pm-6:15pm HERRICK J
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (10/18-12/08)
3060 S
9:00am-11:45am SANDERS C
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (10/23-12/11)
Room #
1.5 OC4803A
Room #
1.5 OC4803A
1.5 OC4803A
CSIT 110 Computer Applications
CS 140 Visual Basic Programming
Online
For students whose work is related to their declared major. CSU
COREQUISITES: Students must be employed in a position directly related to
their declared major and must complete 75 hours of paid work or 60 hours
of non-paid work per unit of credit.
NOTE: To receive instructor consent and permission number,
students must submit employer contact information. Go to
www.miracosta.edu/dataform or the Career Center in Building
3700, Oceanside campus, to complete the form. Questions? Call
(760) 795-6772.
+2649 ARR
STAFF
3.0 THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/17).
3059 TTH
9:30am-10:45am MURRAY C
THIS IS AN 8 WEEK CLASS, (08/24-10/14)
CS 138 Programming with Python
Units Room #
STAFF
Room #
3.0 OC4804
ONLINE
Online: Go to www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta
This course provides an in-depth, hands-on introduction to computer applications and fundamentals. Topics include computer concepts, the operating
system, and word processing, spreadsheet, presentation, database, and
Web browser applications. UC CREDIT LIMITATION: Credit for CSIT 110 or
120. CSU; UC — credit limitation. ADVISORY: CSIT 105.
Oceanside Campus
• +3062 TTH
8:00am-9:15am
+3063 S
9:00am-11:45am
2:00pm-3:15pm
• +3064 MW
+3065 W
6:30pm-9:15pm
+3066 M
11:00am-12:15pm
&ONL
+1.5 hours weekly online.
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
+3067 T
9:30am-10:45am
&ONL
+1.5 hours weekly online.
Online
Room #
LEE S
LEE S
PELKIE T
LOUGHREY E
ISACHSEN S
3.0 OC4803A
3.0 OC4804
3.0 OC4803A
3.0 OC4803A
3.0 OC4803A
ONLINE
ISACHSEN S
3.0 SAN108
ONLINE
Room #
+3071 ONL
ISACHSEN S
3.0 ONLINE
THIS IS AN 8 WEEK CLASS, (08/23-10/16)
This is an accelerated 8-week section. Upon enrolling, students
must complete the online signup exercise at miracosta.edu/
computerapplications by 8/19.
+3070 ONL
LEE S
3.0 ONLINE
Upon enrolling, students must complete the online signup exercise
at miracosta.edu/computerapplications by 8/19.
• On-Campus with Limited Online
Hybrid: On-Campus and Online
miraCosta CREDIT courses • Fall 2010
Class # Days
Time
Instructor
Units Room #
Class # Days
Time
Instructor
Units Room #
Computer Studies & Information Technology
CSIT 110 Computer Applications (continued)
Late-Start/Oceanside
+3068 TTH
6:30pm-8:00pm SAYBLE-THORN
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/14).
Late-Start/San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
• +3069 MW
6:30pm-8:00pm VANPELT K
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/08-12/13).
LATE-START/Online
Room #
3.0 SAN108
This course features the use and integration of computer applications at the
intermediate level. Topics include further development of concepts, skills,
and techniques in word processing, spreadsheet, presentation, and database
applications. CSU
PREREQUISITE: CSIT 110.
ONL
ISACHSEN S
3.0 ONLINE
Upon enrolling, students must complete the online signup exercise
at miracosta.edu/computerapplications by 9/2.
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/17).
CSIT 120 Fundamentals of Computer Information Systems
This course covers the concepts of information systems in business, which
include the integration of information technology, e-commerce, systems
analysis, data storage, data processing, security and communications. UC
CREDIT LIMITATION: Credit for CSIT 110 or 120. CSU; UC — credit limitation
Online
3075 ONL
3076 ONL
STAFF
BARNES S
Late-Start/Oceanside
3077 M
2:00pm-4:00pm STRIEBEL K
&M
4:00pm-4:45pm
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/13-12/13).
3.0 ONLINE
3.0 ONLINE
Room #
3.0 OC4809
OC4612
Computer-Aided Drafted (CAD)
DRAF 101Beginning AutoCAD
CSIT 105 Computer Basics II
DRAF 110Graphics Communication
CSIT 110 Computer Applications
DRAF 111Engineering Design Graphics
CSIT 120 Fundamentals of Computer
Information Systems
DRAF 201Advanced AutoCAD
Business Office Applications
CSIT 100 Computer Basics I
DRAF 204Solidwords Advanced
3D Solid Modeling
CSIT 105 Computer Basics II
DRAF 207AutoDesk Revit Building 3D
CADD
CSIT 110 Computer Applications
Students learn how to use Microsoft Word for word processing in business
environments. This comprehensive course includes fundamentals as well as
advanced skills and techniques. This course helps prepare students for the
Microsoft Certification Exam. CSU
ADVISORY: CSIT 105.
3078 ONL
SAYBLE-THORN 3.0 ONLINE
Upon enrolling, students must complete the online signup exercise
at miracosta.edu/computerapplications by 9/2.
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/17).
Networking
CSIT 155 Web 2.0
CSIT 120 Fundamentals of Computer
Information Systems
CSIT 160 Computers in Society
CSIT 125 Microsoft Word for Business
CSIT 128 Microsoft Excel for Business
CSIT 131 Microsoft Access for Business
CSIT 134 Microsoft PowerPoint
for Business
CSIT 137 Google Apps for Business
CSIT 146 Internet Presence for the
Small and Medium Business
CSIT 149 Intro to Windows for Business
and Power Users
Business Office Technology
BOT 100 Beginning Keyboarding
BOT 101 Advanced Keyboarding
+Repeatable course
CSIT 172 Windows Networking
Environment
CSIT 173 Desktop Support
Computer Graphics
MAT 110 Digital Imaging 1:
Adobe PhotoShop
MAT 135 Graphic Design 1: Principles
MAT 155 Graphic Design 2: Typography
MAT 170 Digital Imaging 2:
Adobe Illustrator
MAT 180 Publishing 1: Adobe InDesign
MAT 210 Digital Imaging 3: Advanced
Photoshop
Web Design & Multimedia
MAT 120 Interactive Media Production
BOT 113 Basic Office Skills
MAT 125 Web Design 1: Fundamentals
BOT 116 Office Systems and
Procedures
MAT 140 Maya: 3D Animation
Programming
CS 107 Intro to Object-Oriented
Programming
Smoking is only allowed in designated smoking
areas on the Oceanside and San Elijo campuses and
at the CLC. Please look at the map at the back of
this schedule to find the locations of designated smoking
areas. Signs at each campus also mark the location of these areas.
CSIT 171 Fundamentals of Computer
Networks and Security
BOT 110 Word Processing
BOT 102 10-Key
BOT 117 Managaement Office Skills
Did you know?
DRAF 2033D Parametric Solid Modeling
CSIT 115 Intermediate Computer
Applications
CSIT 155 Web 2.0
CSIT 125 Microsoft Word for Business
LATE-START/Online
Introduction to Computers
CSIT 100 Computer Basics I
MAT 150 Flash 1: Animation and
Interactivity
MAT 160 Video 1: Production
MAT 165 Web Design 2:
Tools and Techniques
CS 111
Intro to Comp Science I: Java
MAT 190 Flash 2: ActionScript
CS 112
Intro to Comp Science II: Java
CS 138
Programming with Python
MAT 200 Video 2: Post-Production
and Special Effects
CS 140
Visual Basic Programming
CS 150
C++ Programming
CS 220
Computer Architecture and
Assembly Language
*Meets off-campus (see page 114)
MAT 225 Dynamic Web Development
CSU; UC: Transferable course
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ALL COURSES
CSIT 115 Intermediate Computer Applications
3074
See what’s available
fall 2010.
+3072 ONL
ANDERSEN A
3.0 ONLINE
Upon enrolling, students must complete the online signup exercise
at miracosta.edu/computerapplications by 9/2.
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/17).
+3073 ONL
ISACHSEN S
3.0 ONLINE
This is an accelerated 8-week section. Upon enrolling, students
must complete the online signup exercise at miracosta.edu/
computerapplications by 10/14.
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (10/18-12/11).
LATE-START/Online
Looking for a
Computer Class?
Room #
3.0 OC4803A
miraCosta CREDIT courses • Fall 2010
Class # Days
Time
Instructor
Units Room #
Looking for a new career?
Class # Days
Time
Instructor
Units Room #
Computer Studies & Information Technology
CSIT 128 Microsoft Excel for Business
Students learn how to use Microsoft Excel for spreadsheet and chart creation
in a business environment.This comprehensive course includes fundamentals
as well as advanced skills and techniques. This course helps prepare students
for the Microsoft Certification Exam. CSU
ADVISORY: CSIT 105.
Online
3080 ONL
ANDERSEN A
3.0 ONLINE
Upon enrolling, students must complete the online signup exercise
at miracosta.edu/computerapplications by 8/19.
Late-Start/Oceanside
ALL COURSES
3079 W
11:00am-12:15pm HAMIDY W
&ONL
+1.75 hours weekly online.
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/08-12/15).
If you’re a people person, check out these career
options —you can earn a certificate in 2–4 semesters:
Child Development
Criminology
(see Administration of Justice)
Dance Instructor
Hotel Management
(see Hospitality)
Law Enforcement
(see Administration of Justice)
Massage Therapy
(see Health)
Medical Office
(see Medical Administrative Professional)
Nursing—CNA, LVN, RN
Personal Fitness Training
(see Kinesiology)
Pilates Instructor
(see Dance)
Restaurant Management
(see Hospitality)
Secretary/Administrative Assistant
(see Business Office Technology)
Travel & Tourism Management
(see Hospitality)
Yoga Instructor
(see Kinesiology)
NEED CAREER COUNSELING OR HELP
CHOOSING A MAJOR?
Stop by the Career Center in Building 3700 on the
Oceanside Campus, or call (760) 795-6772.
Career Center staff will be at the
San Elijo Campus by appointment.
LATE-START/Online
3081 ONL
AFZALI A
3.0 ONLINE
Upon enrolling, students must complete the online signup exercise
at miracosta.edu/computerapplications by 9/2.
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/17).
3082 ONL
AFZALI A
3.0 ONLINE
Upon enrolling, students must complete the online signup exercise
at miracosta.edu/computerapplications by 10/14.
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (10/18-12/11).
CSIT 131 Microsoft Access for Business
Students learn how to use Microsoft Access for database creation in a business environment. This comprehensive course includes fundamentals as
well as advanced skills and techniques. This course helps prepare students
for the Microsoft Certification Exam. CSU
ADVISORY: CSIT 105.
LATE-START/Online
3083 ONL
HAMIDY W
3.0 ONLINE
Upon enrolling, students must complete the online signup exercise
at miracosta.edu/computerapplications by 9/2.
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/17).
CSIT 134 Microsoft PowerPoint for Business
Students learn how to use Microsoft PowerPoint for creating electronic presentations in business environments. This comprehensive course includes
fundamentals as well as advanced skills and techniques. This course helps
prepare students for the Microsoft Certification Exam. CSU
ADVISORY: CSIT 105.
LATE-START/Online
3084 ONL
SAYBLE-THORN 3.0 ONLINE
Upon enrolling, students must complete the online signup exercise
at miracosta.edu/computerapplications by 9/2.
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/17).
CSIT 137 Google Apps for Business
Students learn how to use Google Apps in a business environment. Topics
include Google Search, Gmail, Google Calendar, Google Docs, Google Spreadsheets, Google Presentations, and emerging trends in Google Apps. CSU
ADVISORY: CSIT 105.
LATE-START/Online
3085 ONL
LOUGHREY E
3.0 ONLINE
Upon enrolling, students must complete the online signup exercise
at miracosta.edu/computerapplications by 9/2.
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/17).
CSIT 146 Internet Presence for the Small and Medium Business
This course covers the principles and technologies involved in creating a Web
presence for a small or medium-sized business (SMB). Students create a
starter e-business Web site or improve an existing one. CSU
Online
LATE-START/Online
3086 ONL
DEAN JR D
3087 ONL
PARKS M
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/17).
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Online: Go to www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta
Room #
3.0 OC4803A
ONLINE
• On-Campus with Limited Online
3.0 ONLINE
3.0 ONLINE
Hybrid: On-Campus and Online
miraCosta CREDIT courses • Fall 2010
Class # Days
Time
Instructor
Units Room #
Class # Days
Time
Instructor
Units Room #
Computer Studies & Information Technology
Cosmetology
CSIT 149 Introduction to Windows for Business and Power Users
MiraCosta is not accepting applications for the cosmetology program.
Students already enrolled in cosmetology courses may complete their
program through MiraCosta during the 2010 summer session and fall
semester. Both new and continuing students should contact Oceanside
College of Beauty for enrollment information, (760) 757-6161.
This course covers the current Microsoft Windows operating system.
Students install the operating system, create and manage accounts, install
applications, manage files and folders, including folder sharing, and customize Windows. CSU
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
3088 M
6:00pm-7:45pm
&ONL
+1 hour weekly online.
COWELL III F
Room #
3.0 SAN309
ONLINE
CSIT 155 Web 2.0
LATE-START/Online
COUN 100 Career and Life Planning
This course assists students in successfully establishing and achieving education, career, and life goals through a comprehensive approach to effective
planning. Students relate their interests, personality, learning style, transferable skills, and work values to academic major and career options. CSU; UC
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
• 1535
MW
Online
1534 ONL
8:00am-9:15am
Room #
WILCOX D
3.0 SAN305
GLEASON B
3.0 ONLINE
3089 ONL
PELKIE T
3.0 ONLINE
Upon enrolling, students must complete the online signup exercise
at miracosta.edu/computerapplications by 9/2.
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/17).
Late-Start/Oceanside
CSIT 171 Fundamentals of Computer Networks and Security
Designed to help new students adapt to the college environment. Students
will learn about college services and resources and will also analyze and
improve basic college success skills. Students will learn about the requirements for certificate, degree, and transfer programs and will develop career
and life goals. This class is offered pass/no pass only.
This course presents the basics of computer network design and operation
and computer and network security. It prepares students for the CompTIA
Network+ and Security+ certification exams. CSU
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
3091 T
6:00pm-8:45pm
&ONL
+1 hour weekly online.
PARKS M
Room #
4.0 SAN309
ONLINE
CSIT 172 Windows Networking Environment
This course provides a broad understanding of Microsoft Windows Server.
It prepares students for network server administration and Windows certification exams. CSU
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
3092 W
6:00pm-8:45pm
&ONL
+1 hour weekly online.
PARKS M
Room #
4.0 SAN309
ONLINE
CSIT 173 Desktop Support
This course prepares students to support desktop users. It covers desktop
operating system and computer implementation and support and emphasizes
workstation integration in the network environment. CSU
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
3093 TH
6:00pm-8:45pm
&ONL
+1 hour weekly online.
PARKS M
Room #
4.0 SAN309
ONLINE
Room #
3.0 OC3106
COUN 101 Orientation to College
Oceanside Campus
Room #
3135 M
11:30am-12:20pm MOTA J
1.0 OCT307
Section 3135 is designed for students in the First Year Experience
Program. Contact Counseling at 760-795-6670.
3136 W
11:30am-12:20pm MOTA J
1.0 OCT307
Section 3136 is designed for students in the First Year Experience
Program. Contact Counseling at 760-795-6670.
COUN 105 Transfer Success
This course is designed to help students transfer successfully to a baccalaureate level university or college. Students will receive information about
education options, college majors and how they relate to career goals, and
the guaranteed transfer programs offered at MiraCosta. This class is offered
pass/no pass only. CSU
Oceanside Campus
1531 T
1537 W
12:30pm-1:20pm
12:30pm-1:20pm
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
1532 TH
12:30pm-1:20pm
Room #
FLOCKEN L
FLOCKEN L
1.0 OC3607
1.0 OC3511
FLOCKEN L
1.0 SAN509
Room #
COUN 110 College Success Skills
CSIT 299P(3.0) Coop Work Exp — Occupational
For students whose work is related to their declared major. CSU
COREQUISITES: Students must be employed in a position directly related to
their declared major and must complete 75 hours of paid work or 60 hours
of non-paid work per unit of credit.
NOTE: To receive instructor consent and permission number,
students must submit employer contact information. Go to
www.miracosta.edu/dataform or the Career Center in Building
3700, Oceanside campus, to complete the form. Questions? Call
(760) 795-6772.
+3139 ARR
STAFF
3.0 THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/17).
Note: For Adobe InDesign, Illustrator and PhotoShop, see Art or
Media Arts Technology.
Cisco Networking Academy classes, formerly CIS 120–123, are offered
by the noncredit program and listed as NCVOC 11–14. Please go to
www.miracosta.edu/cisco for additional information and class schedule.
Cisco Networking classes are taught at MiraCosta’s Community Learning
Center on Mission Avenue in Oceanside and are available in a variety of
formats including in-class, hybrid format or online.
+Repeatable course
1536 MW
12:30pm-2:00pm WILCOX D
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/08-12/15).
Includes creative goal setting, academic and life management, college and
community resources, information technology/resources, time management,
memory techniques, health management, and learning styles. Recommended
for new and re-entry students. CSU; UC
Oceanside Campus
Room #
Oceanside HIGH SCHOOL
Room #
1528 MW
9:30am-10:45am DIAZ N
3.0 OCT402
1539 MW
11:00am-12:15pm RAMIREZ F
3.0 OC3106
Designed for student in the Puente Program.
1533 TTH
2:00pm-3:15pm ASKERNEESE A 3.0 OC3103
3137 TTH
2:00pm-3:15pm LARA L
3.0 OCT307
Section 3137 is designed for students in the First Year Experience
Program. Contact Counseling at 760-795-6670.
1530 MW
5:00pm-6:15pm GONZAGA J
3.0 OC3101
*3138 TTH
2:45pm-4:15pm DECKER S
3.0 OHS
& LOVELACE S
This section meets at Oceaside High School and does not meet
the week of November 23rd.
Online
1529 ONL
1538 ONL
*Meets off-campus (see page 114)
CSU; UC: Transferable course
GLEASON B
FLOCKEN L
3.0 ONLINE
3.0 ONLINE
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ALL COURSES
This course examines Web 2.0, focusing on Web applications and services
that facilitate creativity, collaboration, and information sharing among users.
It explores historical development and emerging trends. Students preview
and learn to manipulate the most significant various Web 2.0 applications
and services. CSU
ADVISORY: CSIT 105.
Counseling
miraCosta CREDIT courses • Fall 2010
Class # Days
Time
Instructor
Units Room #
Class # Days
Dance
DNCE 100 Dance Appreciation
DNCE 154 Ballet II
This course examines the origins and aethetics of dance, the similarities and
differences among dance genres, and the use of dance-production elements
to convey the choreographer’s creative intent. CSU; UC
Online
2932 ONL
HADDAD M
3.0 ONLINE
This course provides a historical survey of dance in western civilization from
antiquity to the present and relates dance to other art forms within various
historical periods. CSU; UC
Oceanside Campus
2877 W
6:30pm-9:15pm
Online
2917 ONL
Room #
CAVAZZI D
3.0 OCT307
CAVAZZI D
3.0 ONLINE
DNCE 105 Dance Cultures of the World
This survey of world dance examines the relationship between a person and
the body, the opposite sex, religion, cultural traditions, and ritual. Requires
attendance at a live dance performance. CSU; UC
Oceanside Campus
2878 M
6:30pm-9:15pm
Online
3113
ONL
Room #
CAVAZZI D
3.0 OCT307
LEMOS J
3.0 ONLINE
DNCE 140 Ballroom Dance I
This course covers beginning principles, techniques, and steps of ballroom
dances, including the fox-trot, waltz, and swing. CSU; UC
Oceanside Campus
+2879 M
+2881 W
5:30pm-7:15pm
5:30pm-7:15pm
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
+2883 S
1:00pm-2:45pm
Room #
HANADA-ROGER 1.0 OC5101
HUGHES M
1.0 OC5101
SIEBERT A
Room #
1.0 SAN204
DNCE 146 Latin Dance I
This course introduces beginning Latin dance principles, techniques, and steps
and focuses on the salsa, cha cha, and merengue. Students are required to
attend a live dance concert. CSU; UC
Oceanside Campus
+2887 W
7:30pm-9:15pm
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
+2889 S
3:00pm-4:45pm
Room #
DNCE 152 Ballet I
This course covers the fundamentals of ballet technique including barre,
center, adagio, and allegro work. Students are required to attend a live dance
performance. CSU; UC
Repeatability Rule: Allow four completions in any combination of DNCE 152,
DNCE 154, DNCE 252.
+2891 S
+3109 TTH
Room #
9:00am-12:15pm LAUMANN A
1.5 OC5101
6:00pm-7:30pm HANADA-ROGER 1.5 OC5101
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
+2893 MW
34
6:00pm-7:30pm
LAUMANN A
Room #
1.5 SAN204
A conditioning program based on Pilates apparatus work, using the Universal Reformer and special exercises for improved body alignment, strength,
flexibility, control, coordination, and breathing. UC CREDIT LIMITATION: Any
or all activity courses, maximum credit, 4 units. CSU; UC — credit limitation
COREQUISITE: DNCE 159
Repeatability Rule: Allow four completions in any combination of DNCE
157, DNCE 257
Late-Start/Oceanside
+2896 MW
10:30am-11:20am HARDING C
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/08-12/13).
+2897 TTH
6:00pm-6:50pm HUMPHREY J
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/14).
Room #
1.0 OC5004
1.0 OC5004
DNCE 158 Dance Stretch
This course covers specific flexibility and strengthening exercises designed
to improve overall body awareness. Students are required to attend a live
dance performance. UC CREDIT LIMITATION: Any or all activity courses,
maximum credit, 4 units. CSU; UC — credit limitation
Late-Start/Oceanside
+2898 MW
1:30pm-2:20pm GREGG K
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/08-12/13).
Room #
1.0 OC5101
DNCE 159 Pilates Mat Work I
Basic Pilates mat work exercises focusing on movements to improve overall
body strength, flexibility, control, coordination, alignment, and breathing. UC
CREDIT LIMITATION: Any or all activity courses, maximum credit, 4 units.
CSU; UC — credit limitation
Repeatability Rule: Allow four completions in any combination of DNCE
159, DNCE 259
Oceanside Campus
DNCE 162 Dance Arts Ensemble
HANADA-ROGER 1.0 OC5101
LAUMANN A
DNCE 157 Pilates Apparatus I
Room #
1.0 OC5101
This continued study of Latin dance principles and technique focuses on
intermediate Latin dances, including rumba, samba, and mambo. Students
are required to attend a live dance concert. CSU; UC
ADVISORY: DNCE 146
Oceanside Campus
7:45pm-9:15pm
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
1.0 SAN204
DNCE 147 Latin Dance II
7:30pm-9:15pm
+2895 MW
Room #
SIEBERT A
Units Room #
This course focuses on intermediate ballet technique, principles, and terminology in preparation for more advanced ballet study. CSU; UC
Repeatability Rule: Allow four completions in any combination of DNCE 152,
DNCE 154, DNCE 252.
ADVISORY: DNCE 152.
+2909 MW
+2911 TTH
1.0 OC5101
+2915 F
6:30pm-8:35pm HUGHES M
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/10-12/17).
+3111 M
Instructor
Room #
HUGHES M
Late-Start/Oceanside
Oceanside Campus
Time
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
DNCE 101 Dance History
ALL COURSES
Dance
+2913 MW
9:00am-9:50am
5:00pm-5:50pm
5:00pm-5:50pm
Room #
HUMPHREY J
1.0 OC5101
HANADA-ROGER 1.0 OC5101
WILTSHIRE M
This course provides the opportunity to rehearse and perform works
choreographed by faculty and/or artist-in-residence for live and recorded
performance. CSU; UC
PREREQUISITE: By audition only.
Oceanside Campus
Room #
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
Room #
+2937 ARR
MASSEY D
1.5 OC5101
& HANADA-ROGER
(09/20-12/05)
+56 hours to be arranged within the dates listed above. Students
must enroll before attending a rehearsal. Audition date is 9/14 at
7:45pm in OC5101.
+2939 ARR
HANADA-ROGER 1.5 SAN204
& MASSEY D
(09/20-12/05)
+56 hours to be arranged within the dates listed above. Students
must enroll before attending a rehearsal. Audition date is 9/14 at
7:45pm in OC5101.
Room #
1.5 SAN204
Online: Go to www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta
Room #
1.0 SAN204
• On-Campus with Limited Online
Hybrid: On-Campus and Online
miraCosta CREDIT courses • Fall 2010
Class # Days
Time
Instructor
Units Room #
Class # Days
Time
Dance
Dance
DNCE 166 Jazz Dance I
DNCE 259 Pilates Mat Work II
This course covers the fundamentals of jazz-dance technique, principles, and
terminology. Students are required to attend a live dance performance. CSU; UC
Repeatability Rule: Allow four completions in any combination of DNCE 166,
DNCE 168, DNCE 266.
Oceanside Campus
+2900 S
+2920 MW
9:00am-12:15pm SIEBERT A
10:00am-11:30am BONNER T
Room #
1.5 OC5004
1.5 OC5101
DNCE 168 Jazz Dance II
This course provides study in intermediate jazz-dance technique, principles, and
terminology in preparation for a more advanced study in jazz dance. CSU; UC
Repeatability Rule: Allow four completions in any combination of DNCE 166,
DNCE 168, DNCE 266.
ADVISORY: DNCE 166
+2902 MW
11:45am-1:15pm
BONNER T
Room #
1.5 OC5101
DNCE 169 Introduction to World Dance Forms
This introduction to the dance and music of various world dance cultures,
including Africa, Asia, South America, the Middle East, and Europe, teaches
basic dance steps, rhythms, postures, and movements. Students are required
to attend a live dance performance. CSU; UC
Repeatability Rule: Allow four completions in any combination of DNCE
169, DNCE 171.
Late-Start/Oceanside
+3118 MW
4:30pm-5:25pm LEMOS J
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/08-12/13).
Room #
1.0 OC5101
+2928 TTH
7:30pm-9:00pm
HUMPHREY J
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
+2903 S
9:00am-12:15pm WEINBERG S
Room #
1.5 SAN204
This course focuses on movement used in movies, television, musical theater, and videos offering current trends in popular dance styles. Students are
required to attend a live dance performance. UC CREDIT LIMITATION: Any
or all activity courses, maximum credit, 4 units. CSU; UC — credit limitation
+2905 F
4:30pm-6:15pm
Room #
CABAG V
1.0 OC5101
DNCE 185 Choreography I
This course focuses on the art and craft of choreography and emphasizes
solo and small-group work. CSU; UC
ADVISORY: DNCE 152, DNCE 166 or DNCE 176
Oceanside Campus
2908 TTH
2:15pm-4:30pm
WEINBERG S
+3114 MW
9:00am-10:30am HARDING C
Room #
1.5 OC5004
DNCE 260 Dance Touring Ensemble
The MiraCosta College Dance Touring Ensemble participates in concerts and
festivals on campus and throughout the community and region. CSU; UC
PREREQUISITE: By audition only at the first class meeting.
Enrollment Limitation: May not enroll in two sections of the same course
in any given semester.
Oceanside Campus
+2933 TTH
11:30am-1:00pm
MASSEY D
Room #
1.5 OC5101
DNCE 266 Jazz Dance III
This course provides study in advanced jazz-dance technique, principles,
and terminology. CSU; UC
Repeatability Rule: Allow four completions in any combination of DNCE 166,
DNCE 168, DNCE 266.
ADVISORY: DNCE 168
7:45pm-9:15pm
MASSEY D
Room #
1.5 OC5101
DNCE 288 Dance Pedagogy
This course develops the experienced dancer’s knowledge and skills in the
theory and practical application of teaching dance. CSU; UC
PREREQUISITE: DNCE 152, DNCE 166, or DNCE 176.
Oceanside Campus
3116
MW
2:30pm-4:15pm
Room #
HANADA-ROGER 2.0 OC5101
Room #
1.5 OC5004
DNCE 183 Commercial Dance
Oceanside Campus
Oceanside Campus
+2935 TTH
This introduction to modern dance principles and techniques explores the
elements of time, space, energy, and shape as students apply correct body
alignment, rhythm, breath, and balance to modern dance combinations.
Students are required to attend a live dance performance. CSU; UC
Repeatability Rule: Allow four completions in any combination of DNCE
176, DNCE 178.
Oceanside Campus
This course focuses on the intermediate through advanced exercises and
concepts developed by Joseph H. Pilates. The exercises focus on improved
body alignment, strength, flexibility, control, centering, coordination, and
breathing. UC CREDIT LIMITATION: Any or all activity courses, maximum
credit, 4 units. CSU; UC — credit limitation
PREREQUISITE: DNCE 159.
Repeatability Rule: Allow four completions in any combination of DNCE
159, DNCE 259.
Oceanside Campus
DNCE 176 Modern Dance I
Units Room #
Room #
3.0 OC5101
Design Drafting Technology
DRAF 101 Beginning Computer-Aided Drafting Using AutoCAD
Introduction to computer-aided drafting. Use of microcomputers with AutoCAD software and peripheral equipment to develop computer-generated
drawings for various fields and industries including architecture, engineering,
landscape, and design. Students will create, edit, modify, scale, and plot
two-dimensional technical drawings. CSU; UC
Oceanside Campus
+1540 MW
+1542 TTH
9:00am-12:45pm CLARKE/TITUS
5:00pm-8:45pm CUNNINGHAM J
Online
Room #
4.0 OC4530
4.0 OC4530
+1548 ONL
CLARKE P
4.0 ONLINE
This course will be taught on the internet. Optional on-campus lab
sessions are available throughout the week for students who want
additional help or need access to computers with AutoCAD. Course
information and e-mail address are available at www.miracosta.
edu/home/pclarke/online101.htm
DNCE 191 Tap Dance I
This course provides study in beginning tap-dance technique, principles, and
terminology in preparation for a more advanced study in tap dance. CSU; UC
Repeatability Rule: Allow four completions in any combination of DNCE
191, DNCE 193.
Oceanside Campus
+2907 TTH
9:00am-10:30am BONNER T
Room #
1.5 OC5101
Money, Money, Money!
MiraCosta Foundation scholarships are available
to continuing students, students transferring from
MiraCosta to a 4-year college and to high school
seniors planning to attend MiraCosta.
www.miracosta.edu/scholarships
+Repeatable course
*Meets off-campus (see page 114)
CSU; UC: Transferable course
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ALL COURSES
Oceanside Campus
Instructor
miraCosta CREDIT courses • Fall 2010
Class # Days
Time
Instructor
Units Room #
Class # Days
Time
Instructor
Units Room #
Design Drafting Technology
DRAF 110 Graphics Communication
DRAF 201 Advanced Computer-Aided Drafting Using AutoCAD
Graphics as a fundamental means of communicating technical information
for product design, manufacturing, and construction. 3D spatial visualization
skills will be emphasized and developed through sketching and exercises.
Topics include dimensioning, design teams, orthographic projections, freehand
sketching, technical calculations, drafting standards, and CAD systems as
they relate to engineering drawings and models. CSU
Oceanside Campus
1556 MW
&MW
7:00pm-8:30pm
8:30pm-9:45pm
REILLY J
Room #
4.0 OC4532
OC4530
DRAF 111 Engineering Design Graphics
ALL COURSES
Design Drafting Technology
Engineering design process and graphical communication tools used by engineers for design team projects. Design topics include problem identification,
ideation, and project management. Visualization using sketching, AutoCAD,
SolidWorks, and rapid prototyping. CSU; UC
PREREQUISITE: DRAF 110 or ENGR 110.
Enrollment Limitation: Not open to students with prior credit in DRAF 111
or ENGR 111.
Oceanside Campus
1558 MW
&MW
7:00pm-8:30pm
8:30pm-9:45pm
REILLY J
Room #
4.0 OC4532
OC4530
DRAF 136 Fundamentals of Design
A systematic approach to the process of designing two and three dimensional objects including color theory, surface, and volume investigation. CSU
Late-Start/Oceanside
1554 TTH
1:00pm-2:10pm PARKER D
&TTH
2:10pm-4:15pm
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/16).
Room #
3.0 OC4532
OC4530
Apply advanced AutoCAD skills in the design process to create models,
drawings, and related documentation for a wide variety of applications and
industries. Topics include tolerancing, blocks, libraries, attributes, bills of
materials, isometric drawings, plotting, modeling, and rendering. Emphasis
on improving productivity and presentation skills. CSU
PREREQUISITE: DRAF 101.
COREQUISITE: DRAF 101 if prerequisite not met.
Oceanside Campus
+1544 MW
5:00pm-7:45pm
SUTTON F
Room #
4.0 OC4530
DRAF 203 3D Parametric Solid Modeling
Introduction to three-dimensional (3D) parametric solid modeling using
SolidWorks software. Basic 3D model creation, modification, and presentation techniques taught. CSU
Oceanside Campus
+1546 TTH
8:00am-10:45am HEMATI H
Room #
3.0 OC4530
DRAF 204 SolidWorks Advanced 3D Solid Modeling
Advanced 3D parametric solid modeling; topics include surface modeling,
molds, sheet metal design, and dynamic assemblies; emphasis on improving
productivity, enhancing presentation, and using finite element analysis tools to
solve design problems; documentation with GD&T per ASME standards. CSU
PREREQUISITE: DRAF 203.
Oceanside Campus
+1550 TTH
9:00am-10:45am HEMATI H
Room #
2.0 OC4530
DRAF 207 AutoDesk Revit Building 3D CADD
Develops computer-aided drafting and parametric modeling skills for use in
architectural, engineering, construction, and interior design industries using
Revit software. Electronic modeling, drafting, and presentation techniques
will be taught.
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
1552 T
5:30pm-9:15pm
VORKOPER D
Late-Start/Oceanside
2989 MW
1:00pm-4:45pm CLARKE P
& VORKOPER D
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (10/18-12/08)
Room #
2.0 SAN112
Room #
2.0 OC4530
DRAF 299P(3.0) Coop Work Exp — Occupational
Are You Considering
Transferring to a UC School?
MiraCosta College offers GUARANTEED admission (TAG) to:
• UC Davis
• UC Irvine
• UC Merced
• UC Riverside
• UC San Diego
• UC Santa Barbara
• UC Santa Cruz
And PREFERRED admission to:
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For students whose work is related to their declared major. CSU
COREQUISITES: Students must be employed in a position directly related to
their declared major and must complete 75 hours of paid work or 60 hours
of non-paid work per unit of credit.
NOTE: To receive instructor consent and permission number,
students must submit employer contact information. Go to
www.miracosta.edu/dataform or the Career Center in Building
3700, Oceanside campus, to complete the form. Questions? Call
(760) 795-6772.
1561 ARR
STAFF
3.0 THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/17).
Digital Arts
See Media Arts Technology
Dramatic Arts
DRAM 105 Introduction to Theatre
This survey course introduces the fundamental practices and creative
processes of the dramatic arts. Students will gain greater insight and appreciation of the dramatic arts as an agent of change that is vital to the
humanities. CSU; UC
• UC Los Angeles—TAP (Transfer Admission Program)
Oceanside Campus
1563 TTH
9:30am-10:45am
Visit the MiraCosta College Transfer Center located in Building 3700
on the Oceanside Campus, or call (760) 795-6880 for an appointment
with a transfer counselor.
Online
Online: Go to www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta
1564 ONL
• On-Campus with Limited Online
Room #
BERGER L
3.0 OC2011
LAYNE T
3.0 ONLINE
Hybrid: On-Campus and Online
miraCosta CREDIT courses • Fall 2010
Class # Days
Time
Instructor
Units Room #
Class # Days
Time
Instructor
Units Room #
Dramatic Arts
Dramatic Arts
DRAM 106 Study of Filmed Plays
DRAM 270(2.0) Rehearsal and Performance — Technical Theatre
Focuses on cinematic adaptations of plays by comparing and contrasting
the stage and screen versions in concept, writing, and production. CSU; UC
Oceanside Campus
1574 MW
1575 TTH
9:30am-10:45am KURNER K
11:00am-12:15pm BISHOP E
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
1576 TTH
2:00pm-3:15pm
BISHOP E
Room #
3.0 OC2011
3.0 OC2011
Room #
3.0 SAN202
DRAM 110 Voice and Diction
Emphasizes training to improve the speaking voice in quality, flexibility, and
effectiveness. CSU; UC
Oceanside Campus
1577 TTH
12:30pm-1:45pm
WILLIAMS T
Room #
3.0 OC2011
Composed of students who are assigned crew positions in the main stage
productions. CSU; UC
Oceanside Campus
Room #
Late-Start/Oceanside
Room #
+1589 ARR
WILLIAMS T
2.0 OC2001
(09/01-10/10)
+99 total hours for “Charlie’s Aunt”. For information go to www.
miracostatheatre.com or call (760) 757-2121, ext. 6452.
+1587 ARR
BISHOP E
2.0 OC2001
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (10/11-11/23)
+99 total hours for “Machinal”. For information go to www.miracostatheatre.com or call (760) 757-2121, ext. 6452.
Composed of students who are cast in the main-stage, non-musical productions. CSU; UC
PREREQUISITE: By audition only.
Late-Start/Oceanside
Room #
Oceanside Campus
Room #
This course introduces students to dramatic literature from the Greeks to
the Seventeenth Century and emphasizes the analysis of dramatic structure
and practice. CSU; UC
Late-Start/Oceanside
Room #
1578 MW
11:00am-12:30pm WILLIAMS T
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/08-12/15).
3.0 OC2011
DRAM 120 Dramatic Literature (Ancient Greeks to Shakespeare)
Online
1581 ONL
GUNN B
3.0 ONLINE
DRAM 130 Acting I
Focuses on the fundamentals of acting and techniques based on Stanislavski’s principles. CSU; UC
Oceanside Campus
1565 MW
8:30am-10:45am
BISHOP E
Late-Start/Oceanside
1579 TTH
9:30am-12:05pm WILLIAMS T
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/14).
Room #
3.0 OC2218
Room #
3.0 OC2001
DRAM 148 Acting for the Camera
This course offers an introduction to peformance for the camera concerning
the mediums of film, video, and television. CSU; UC
PREREQUISITE: DRAM 130.
Oceanside Campus
+3004 MW
2:00pm-4:15pm
THOMPSON M
Room #
3.0 OC2001
DRAM 256 Stagecraft
Practical applications center on construction of stage scenery for dramatic
productions. CSU; UC
Late-Start/Oceanside
+1569 TTH
11:00am-1:35pm KISSINGER K
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/16).
Room #
3.0 OC2021
DRAM 270(1.0) Rehearsal and Performance — Technical Theatre
Composed of students who are assigned crew positions in the main stage
productions. CSU; UC
Oceanside Campus
+1572 ARR
WILLIAMS T
1.0 OC2001
(09/01-10/10)
+49.5 total hours for “Charlie’s Aunt”. For information go to www.
miracostatheatre.com or call (760) 757-2121, ext. 6452.
+3006 ARR
BISHOP E
1.0 OC2001
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (10/11-11/23)
+49.5 total hours for “Machinal”. For information go to www.
miracostatheatre.com or call (760) 757-2121, ext. 6452.
DRAM 271(2.0) Rehearsal and Performance — Acting
Composed of students who are cast in the main-stage, non-musical productions. CSU; UC
PREREQUISITE: By audition only.
Oceanside Campus
Room #
Late-Start/Oceanside
Room #
+3007 ARR
WILLIAMS T
2.0 OC2001
(09/01-10/10)
+99 total hours for “Charlie’s Aunt”. For information go to www.
miracostatheatre.com or call (760) 757-2121, ext. 6452.
+1573 ARR
BISHOP E
2.0 OC2001
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (10/11-11/23)
+99 total hours for “Machinal”. For information go to www.miracostatheatre.com or call (760) 757-2121, ext. 6452.
DRAM 299P(3.0) Coop Work Exp — Occupational
For students whose work is related to their declared major. CSU
COREQUISITES: Students must be employed in a position directly related to
their declared major and must complete 75 hours of paid work or 60 hours
of non-paid work per unit of credit.
1583 ARR
STAFF
3.0 NOTE: To receive instructor consent and permission number,
students must submit employer contact information. Go to
www.miracosta.edu/dataform or the Career Center in Building
3700, Oceanside campus, to complete the form. Questions? Call
(760) 795-6772.
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/17).
Room #
+1588 ARR
WILLIAMS T
1.0 OC2001
(09/01-10/10)
+49.5 total hours for “Charlie’s Aunt”. For information go to www.
miracostatheatre.com or call (760) 757-2121, ext. 6452.
Late-Start/Oceanside
Room #
+1571 ARR
BISHOP E
1.0 OC2001
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (10/11-11/23)
+49.5 total hours for “Machinal”. For information go to www.
miracostatheatre.com or call (760) 757-2121, ext. 6452.
Earth Sciences
EART 106 Earth and Space Science
This course introduces astronomy, earth science, atmospheric processes
and earth’s oceans and other forms of water. UC CREDIT LIMITATION: No
credit if taken after a college level course in Astronomy, Geology, or Earth
Science. CSU; UC — credit limitation
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
1591 TTH
8:00am-9:15am
Online
1590 ONL
+Repeatable course
*Meets off-campus (see page 114)
CSU; UC: Transferable course
Room #
METZLER C
3.0 SAN406
EGGERS M
3.0 ONLINE
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ALL COURSES
DRAM 271(1.0) Rehearsal and Performance — Acting
This course introduces the oral interpretation and analysis of literary works
of art in their intellectual, emotional, and aesthetic forms. CSU; UC
DRAM 111 Oral Interpretation of Literature
miraCosta CREDIT courses • Fall 2010
Class # Days
Time
Instructor
Units Room #
Class # Days
Time
Engineering
ECON 100 Survey of Economics
ENGR 111 Engineering Design Graphics
A non-technical introduction to the principles of economics with application analyzing and evaluating contemporary social issues and public policy.
UC CREDIT LIMITATION: No credit if taken after ECON 101 or 102. CSU;
UC — credit limitation
Oceanside Campus
• 1605
• 3012
TTH
TH
8:00am-9:15am
6:30pm-9:15pm
ALI S
AKABOGU COLL
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
• 3010
• 3011
TTH
MW
Online
1593 ONL
ALL COURSES
Economics
11:00am-12:15pm AKABOGU COLL
12:30pm-1:45pm MICELLI H
CARR F
Room #
3.0 OC3205
3.0 OCT413
Room #
3.0 SAN509
3.0 SAN505
3.0 ONLINE
ECON 101 Principles of Economics: MACRO
This introductory level economics course emphasizes national income determination, money and banking, monetary and fiscal policies, international
economic relations, and economic growth. CSU; UC
PREREQUISITE: MATH 101 or MATH 101B with a grade of “C” or better or
qualification through the Math Competency Exam or approved equivalent.
Oceanside Campus
• 1595
• 1596
• 1598
• 1599
MW
TTH
MW
T
9:30am-10:45am
9:30am-10:45am
12:30pm-1:45pm
6:30pm-9:15pm
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
• 1594
MW
Online
1607 ONL
8:00am-9:15am
Room #
ALI S
ALI S
SILVERMAN J
AKABOGU COLL
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
OC3516
OC3205
OCT413
OC3516
CARR F
3.0 SAN505
ALI S
3.0 ONLINE
Room #
ECON 102 Principles of Economics: MICRO
This introductory course covers consumer behavior and price determination
in factor and resource markets. CSU; UC
PREREQUISITE: MATH 101 or MATH 101B with a grade of “C” or better or
qualification through the Math Competency Exam or approved equivalent.
Oceanside Campus
• 1600
• 1601
TTH
MW
11:00am-12:15pm ALI S
11:00am-12:15pm ALI S
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
• 1609
• 1610
• 1602
TTH
TTH
M
9:30am-10:45am
12:30pm-1:45pm
6:30pm-9:15pm
SILVERMAN J
MICELLI H
KELLY-COCHRA
Room #
3.0 OC3205
3.0 OC3516
Room #
3.0 SAN609
3.0 SAN407
3.0 SAN505
Education
See MATH 105, 106, Concepts and Structures of Elementary Math I & II;
KINE 200 Physical Education in the Elementary School.
EDUC 115 Foundations of Teaching as a Profession
An orientation to teaching careers in K-12 education. Participation in 45 hours
of supervised fieldwork assignments in K-12 classroom settings. Focuses
on teaching and schooling from multiple perspectives, with an emphasis
on current thinking and practices in public education in the U.S. CSU; UC
Oceanside Campus
2993 W
6:30pm-9:15pm
AHLE S
Room #
3.0 OC3607
Engineering
ENGR 110 Graphics Communication
Graphics as a fundamental means of communicating technical information
for product design, manufacturing, and construction. 3D spatial visualization
skills will be emphasized and developed through sketching and exercises.
Topics include dimensioning, design teams, orthographic projections, freehand
sketching, technical calculations, drafting standards, and CAD systems as
they relate to engineering drawings and models. CSU
Oceanside Campus
1611
38
MW
&MW
7:00pm-8:30pm
8:30pm-9:45pm
H Honors
H Course
REILLY J
Instructor
Units Room #
Engineering design process and graphical communication tools used by engineers for design team projects. Design topics include problem identification,
ideation, and project management. Visualization using sketching, AutoCAD,
SolidWorks, and rapid prototyping. CSU; UC
PREREQUISITE: DRAF 110 or ENGR 110.
Enrollment Limitation: Not open to students with prior credit in DRAF 111
or ENGR 111.
Oceanside Campus
1613 MW
&MW
7:00pm-8:30pm
8:30pm-9:45pm
REILLY J
Room #
4.0 OC4532
OC4530
English
ENGL 100 Composition and Reading
Critical reading and expository writing offers training in the writing process,
the development and organization of expository prose, and research techniques. CSU; UC
PREREQUISITE: Pass with a grade of “P” ENGL 803 or ESL 803 or approved
equivalent, or qualify through the English Assessment or approved equivalent.
Oceanside Campus
• 1617
• 1618
• 1619
• 1625
• 1632
• 1718
• 1626
• 1627
• 1623
• 1635
• 1647
• 1693
• 1702
• 1630
• 1634
• 1703
• 1722
• 1624
• 1636
• 1639
• 1689
• 1704
• 1721
• 1724
• 1633
• 1640
• 1642
• 1709
• 1628
• 1643
• 1644
• 1695
Room #
MW
7:30am-9:15am
MECUCCI L
4.0 OC3510
MW
7:30am-9:15am
PAIGE D
4.0 OC3512
TTH
7:30am-9:15am
MITCHELL C
4.0 OC3510
TTH
7:30am-9:15am
DAVIS K
4.0 OCT306
TTH
7:30am-9:15am
HERRMANN S
4.0 OCT313
MW
7:30am-9:15am
STAFF
4.0 OCT307
F
8:00am-11:45am MECUCCI L
4.0 OC3510
S
8:00am-11:45am MCGUINNESS J 4.0 OC3510
MW
9:30am-11:15am ALESSI A
4.0 OC4016
TTH
9:30am-11:15am DOHENEY K
4.0 OC3510
T
9:30am-11:15am ERICKSEN L
4.0 OC4611
&TH
9:30am-11:15am
OCT306
TTH
9:30am-11:15am DUFFY D
4.0 OC7001
MW
9:30am-11:15am HERRMANN S
4.0 OCT313
TTH
11:30am-1:15pm STAFF
4.0 OC3104
TTH
11:30am-1:15pm DAVIS K
4.0 OCT313
MW
11:30am-1:15pm KIRWAN J
4.0 OC3512
Work in section 1703 will include a compulsory 13 hours of Service Learning.
M
11:30am-12:00pm JARA J
4.0 OC3104
&M
12:00pm-1:15pm
OC4612
&W
11:30am-1:15pm
OC3104
T
1:30pm-3:15pm JARA J
4.0 OC3510
&TH
1:30pm-3:15pm
OC4607
MW
1:30pm-3:15pm FIGUEROA M
4.0 OC3510
TTH
1:30pm-3:15pm FIGUEROA M
4.0 OC3512
MW
1:30pm-3:15pm BOLASKI A
4.0 OCT313
TTH
1:30pm-3:15pm ORDWAY H
4.0 OCT313
Section 1704 will be taught from a multi-lingual perspective,
focusing on ESL issues.
TTH
1:30pm-3:15pm MCCLARY K
4.0 OC4809
TTH
1:30pm-3:15pm DEROCHE J
4.0 OC3504
MW
3:30pm-5:15pm MOLINA JORDAN 4.0 OC3607
TTH
3:30pm-5:15pm FELD E
4.0 OC3607
M
3:30pm-5:15pm JARA J
4.0 OC3510
&W
3:30pm-5:15pm
OC4611
TTH
5:30pm-7:15pm MCGUINNESS J 4.0 OCT306
M
6:00pm-9:45pm WATERHOUSE M 4.0 OCT306
W
6:00pm-9:45pm WATERHOUSE M 4.0 OC3510
T
6:00pm-9:45pm BURMAN T
4.0 OC3512
Section 1644 will be taught from a multi-lingual perspective,
focusing on ESL issues.
TH
6:00pm-9:45pm VOGEL J
4.0 OC3512
Room #
4.0 OC4532
OC4530
Online class: Go to www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta
• On-Campus class with Limited Online Instruction
miraCosta CREDIT courses • Fall 2010
Class # Days
Time
Instructor
Units Room #
English
ENGL 100 Composition and Reading (continued)
• 1713
• 1631
• 1705
• 1723
• 1710
• 1719
• 1645
Online
1616
1690
1692
1696
Room #
TTH
7:30am-9:15am
KNITTEL R
4.0 SAN506
TTH
7:30am-9:15am
HETRICK K
4.0 SAN306
MW
7:30am-9:15am
SCADUTO E
4.0 SAN506
F
8:00am-11:45am MCCLARY K
4.0 SAN506
TTH
9:30am-11:15am KEEHN J
4.0 SAN506
MW
9:30am-11:15am SCADUTO E
4.0 SAN506
TTH
9:30am-11:15am MUSHINSKY J
4.0 SAN306
Section 1712 will focus on writing about the natural sciences.
MW
9:30am-11:15am PAULSEN K
4.0 SAN509
MW
11:30am-1:15pm WILLIAMS J
4.0 SAN506
Section 1631 will focus on writing about ecology.
TTH
11:30am-1:15pm BURMAN T
4.0 SAN506
MW
11:30am-1:15pm PAULSEN K
4.0 SAN509
MW
1:30pm-3:15pm WILLIAMS J
4.0 SAN506
Section 1637 will focus on writing about ecology.
TTH
1:30pm-3:15pm KEEHN J
4.0 SAN506
MW
1:30pm-3:15pm STAFF
4.0 SAN607
MW
3:30pm-5:15pm KOPFSTEIN R
4.0 SAN506
TTH
3:30pm-5:15pm CROUCH H
4.0 SAN506
W
6:00pm-9:45pm KOPFSTEIN R
4.0 SAN506
ONL
ONL
ONL
ONL
SULLIVAN J
SULLIVAN J
SCHIFFLER B
SCHIFFLER B
Late-Start/Oceanside
• 1646
F
8:00am-10:30am ERICKSEN L
&F
10:30am-12:50pm
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/10-12/17).
Late-Start/San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
• 1648
Instructor
Units Room #
TTH
5:30pm-7:35pm SMEDLEY C
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/14).
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
ONLINE
ONLINE
ONLINE
ONLINE
Room #
4.0 OC3512
OC4611
Room #
4.0 SAN506
This course offers enhanced instruction in critical thinking, critical writing,
and research using the genres of literature (poetry, drama, short story,
and novel). UC CREDIT LIMITATION: Credit for ENGL 201 or 201H. CSU;
UC — credit limitation
PREREQUISITE: ENGL 100 with a grade of “C” or better.
Enrollment Limitation: Not open to students with prior credit in ENGL 201
or ENGL 201H.
Oceanside Campus
1838 MW
11:30am-1:15pm
This course is part of the Honors Scholar Program.
H H
4.0 OC3510
ENGL 202 Critical Thinking and Composition
Methods of analysis; principles of logic, including the relationship between
language and logic; techniques of reasoning, including the use of evidence;
techniques of style; and research skills. CSU; UC
PREREQUISITE: ENGL 100 with a grade of “C” or better.
Oceanside Campus
1660
1688
1662
1663
1664
1665
MW
TTH
MW
TTH
MW
T
7:30am-9:15am
7:30am-9:15am
9:30am-11:15am
11:30am-1:15pm
1:30pm-3:15pm
6:00pm-9:45pm
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
1661 MW
1666 TTH
9:30am-11:15am
1:30pm-3:15pm
Room #
HANSON C
POTRATZ D
ARCHER R
MITCHELL C
KEEHN J
ARCHER R
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
OC3607
OC3607
OCT307
OCT306
OC3512
OC3510
STAFF
ARCHER R
4.0 SAN201
4.0 SAN306
Room #
ENGL 280 Creative Writing
Emphasizes individual creativity, self-direction, and initiative in developing
poetry and fiction. CSU; UC
PREREQUISITE: Pass with a grade of “P” ENGL 803 or ESL 803 or approved
equivalent, or qualify through the English Assessment or approved equivalent.
Oceanside Campus
ENGL 201 Critical Thinking, Composition, and Literature
Room #
BURMAN T
1667 F
Oceanside Campus
Introduction to the writing process and to critical reading and thinking. Practice
in gathering, organizing, and communicating information and in applying the
principles and conventions of standard edited American English. This class
is offered pass/no pass only.
ADVISORY: Qualify through the English Assessment or approved equivalent.
1649
1654
1697
1650
1659
1691
1653
1701
1707
1656
1717
1658
2962
TTH
7:30am-9:15am
PAIGE D
MW
7:30am-9:15am
POTRATZ D
MW
7:30am-9:15am
ALESSI A
F
8:00am-11:45am HANSON C
S
8:00am-11:45am FAZIO-DIBENE
TTH
9:30am-11:15am FIGUEROA M
Section 1691 will focus on Latino/Latina writing.
MW
11:30am-1:15pm BOLASKI A
TTH
1:30pm-3:15pm PERALES D
MW
1:30pm-3:15pm BURMAN T
MW
3:30pm-5:15pm DEROCHE J
TTH
3:30pm-5:15pm SPIRITO J
M
6:00pm-9:45pm MOLINA JORDAN
TH
6:00pm-9:45pm FAZIO-DIBENE
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
1685
1657
1651
1652
1708
1655
1699
MW
MW
TTH
MW
MW
TTH
TH
7:30am-9:15am
9:30am-11:15am
11:30am-1:15pm
11:30am-1:15pm
1:30pm-3:15pm
3:30pm-5:15pm
6:00pm-9:45pm
ORDWAY H
ORDWAY H
HETRICK K
MUSHINSKY J
MUSHINSKY J
SMEDLEY C
VOTH J
+Repeatable course
Room #
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
OCT307
OCT306
OCT313
OCT313
OC3512
OCT313
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
OCT313
OCT306
OCT306
OC3512
OC3512
OC3510
OC3510
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
Room #
SAN306
SAN306
SAN607
SAN306
SAN306
SAN306
SAN306
9:00am-11:45am
VOTH J
Room #
Offers instruction in critical thinking, critical writing, and research, using the
genres of literature (poetry, drama, short story, and novel). CSU; UC
PREREQUISITE: ENGL 100 with a grade of “C” or better.
Enrollment Limitation: Not open to students with prior credit in ENGL 201
or ENGL 201H.
Late-Start/San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
1668 T
12:30pm-3:35pm KENYON K
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/14).
3.0 OC3607
Room #
3.0 SAN609
ENGL 802 Introduction to College Writing I
Oceanside Campus
1669 M
&W
1670 T
&TH
1694 M
&W
1672 T
&TH
1673 M
&M
7:30am-9:15am
7:30am-9:15am
11:30am-1:15pm
11:30am-1:15pm
11:30am-1:15pm
11:30am-1:15pm
1:30pm-3:15pm
1:30pm-3:15pm
6:00pm-7:50pm
8:00pm-9:45pm
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
1671 T
&TH
1700 M
&W
*Meets off-campus (see page 114)
11:30am-1:15pm
11:30am-1:15pm
5:30pm-7:15pm
5:30pm-7:15pm
CSU; UC: Transferable course
GUINON T
HAGEN K
ARCHER R
HAGEN K
FREEDMAN A
CROUCH H
STAFF
Room #
4.0 OC3511
OC4611
4.0 OC4611
OC3510
4.0 OCT306
OC4611
4.0 OC4611
OC3511
4.0 OC3512
OC4611
Room #
4.0 SAN306
SAN107
4.0 SAN506
SAN107
39
ALL COURSES
• 1641
• 3150
• 1637
Time
ENGL 201H Critical Thinking, Composition, and Literature (Honors)
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
• 1620
• 1621
• 1622
• 1711
• 1629
• 1638
• 1712
Class # Days
English
miraCosta CREDIT courses • Fall 2010
Class # Days
Time
Instructor
Units Room #
Class # Days
Time
Instructor
Units Room #
English as a Second Language
ENGL 803 Introduction to College Writing II
ESL 803 Introduction to College Writing II for Non-Native Speakers
Intensive practice in the writing process as well as critical reading and thinking. This class is offered pass/no pass only.
PREREQUISITE: Pass with a grade of “P” ENGL 802 or ESL 802 or approved
equivalent or qualify through the English Assessment or approved equivalent.
Oceanside Campus
ALL COURSES
English
1674
1675
1720
1677
1679
1698
1714
1678
1681
1715
1680
1683
2963
1684
1682
Room #
M
7:30am-9:15am
HAGEN K
4.0 OC4611
&W
7:30am-9:15am
OC3511
T
7:30am-9:15am
STAFF
4.0 OC3512
&TH
7:30am-9:15am
OC4611
T
7:30am-9:15am
DUFFY D
4.0 OC4611
&TH
7:30am-9:15am
OC3512
M
9:30am-11:15am PERALES D
4.0 OC4611
&W
9:30am-11:15am
OC3510
TTH
9:30am-11:15am KIRWAN J
4.0 OC3512
Section 1679 is designated for students in the Puente Program.
M
9:30am-11:15am KEEHN J
4.0 OC3510
&W
9:30am-11:15am
OC4611
T
9:30am-11:15am GUINON T
4.0 OCT306
&TH
9:30am-11:15am
OC4611
Section 1714 is designated for students in the First Year Experience Program. Contact Counseling at 760-795-6670.
T
11:30am-1:15pm FELD E
4.0 OC4612
&TH
11:30am-1:15pm
OCT401
T
11:30am-1:15pm DOHENEY K
4.0 OC3510
&TH
11:30am-1:15pm
OC4611
M
11:30am-1:15pm GUINON T
4.0 OC4611
&W
11:30am-1:15pm
OCT306
M
1:30pm-3:15pm PERALES D
4.0 OC4611
&W
1:30pm-3:15pm
OC3511
T
1:30pm-3:15pm GUINON T
4.0 OC3607
&TH
1:30pm-3:15pm
OC4611
M
3:30pm-5:15pm FREEDMAN A
4.0 OC4611
&W
3:30pm-5:15pm
OC3511
M
5:30pm-7:15pm STAFF
4.0 OCT313
&W
5:30pm-7:15pm
OC4611
W
6:00pm-7:50pm CONKLIN E
4.0 OC3512
&W
8:00pm-9:45pm
OC4611
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
1676 M
&W
1687 T
&TH
1706 M
&W
7:30am-9:15am
7:30am-9:15am
9:30am-11:15am
9:30am-11:15am
1:30pm-3:15pm
1:30pm-3:15pm
SPIRITO J
KNITTEL R
STAFF
Room #
4.0 SAN607
SAN107
4.0 SAN607
SAN107
4.0 SAN509
SAN107
ENGL 850 English Grammar and Usage
Review of traditional grammar; rules of syntax, punctuation, spelling, and
capitalization.
Oceanside Campus
• 1686
MW
12:30pm-1:45pm
HAGEN K
Room #
3.0 OC3607
This course designed for non-native speakers of English offers intensive
practice in the academic writing process to advance critical reading, writing,
and thinking skills necessary for success in transfer-level courses.
PREREQUISITE: Pass with a grade of “P” in ESL 802 or approved equivalent
or qualify through the English Assessment or approved equivalent.
Oceanside Campus
• +2860 T
&TH
• +2864 M
&W
• +2866 T
&TH
• +2868 T
&TH
8:30am-10:45am
8:30am-10:45am
9:30am-11:45am
9:30am-11:45am
1:00pm-3:15pm
1:00pm-3:15pm
6:30pm-8:45pm
6:30pm-8:45pm
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
• +2862 M
&W
9:30am-11:45am
9:30am-11:45am
Oceanside Campus
+2965 MW
+2852 TTH
12:30pm-1:45pm
5:00pm-6:15pm
Oceanside Campus
+2872 TTH
+2875 W
3:30pm-4:45pm
6:30pm-9:15pm
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
• +2856 M
&W
40
9:30am-11:45am
9:30am-11:45am
H Honors
H Course
LLOYD JONES Room #
4.0 SAN607
SAN107
CANO A
GROSS M
Room #
3.0 OC3205
3.0 OC3511
FORSETH C
LECAKES-JONE
Room #
3.0 OC3511
3.0 OC3511
This course reviews parts of speech, clauses, verb forms and tenses, pronoun
case, and sentence types. Offered pass/no pass only.
Oceanside Campus
• +2851 TTH
• +2853 M
11:00am-12:15pm GROSS M
6:00pm-8:45pm GROSS M
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
• +2876 MW
12:30pm-1:45pm
LLOYD JONES Room #
3.0 OC3511
3.0 OC3511
Room #
3.0 SAN502
Film
FILM 101 Introduction to Film
This course introduces students to film as an art form and as a cultural
artifact. CSU; UC
T
2:00pm-4:45pm
Online
Room #
Room #
4.0 SAN607
SAN107
ESL 820 Grammar for Non-Native Speakers of English
Oceanside Campus
OC4612
OC3511
OC3511
OC4612
OC3511
OC4612
OC4612
OC3511
LLOYD JONES Develops reading comprehension and vocabulary skills necessary for academic
and workplace success using a variety of texts and materials, many of which
have been designed for ESL students. This class is offered pass/no pass only.
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
8:30am-10:45am FORSETH C
4.0
8:30am-10:45am
9:30am-11:45am CANO A
4.0
9:30am-11:45am
1:00pm-3:15pm WELDELE H
4.0
1:00pm-3:15pm
6:30pm-8:45pm WELDELE H
4.0
6:30pm-8:45pm
LLOYD JONES ESL 815 Reading and Vocabulary Development for Non-Native Speakers
of English
This course is designed for non-native speakers who are making a transition
to the use of academic English needed for success in college-level courses.
It emphasizes the development of critical thinking, reading, and writing skills.
+2870 T
&TH
+2873 M
&W
+2854 M
&W
+2858 T
&TH
LACKKATY S
Covers oral and aural communication skills: pronunciation, intonation patterns, and listening comprehension, including notetaking.This class is offered
pass/no pass only.
• 1883
ESL 802 Introduction to College Writing I for Non-Native Speakers
LACKKATY S
Room #
4.0 OC3511
OC4612
4.0 OC4612
OC3511
4.0 OC3511
OC4612
4.0 OC3511
OC4612
ESL 810 Listening and Speaking for Non-Native Speakers of English
Oceanside Campus
English as a Second Language
LLOYD JONES • 1884
• 1885
TH
W
1881 ONL
1882 ONL
2:00pm-4:45pm
6:30pm-9:15pm
Room #
COLLINS-PORT
3.0 OC3516
WHEELER K
WHEELER K
3.0 SAN609
3.0 SAN601
FLOREN G
FLOREN G
3.0 ONLINE
3.0 ONLINE
Room #
FILM 101H Introduction to Film (Honors)
This course offers highly motivated students an enriched introduction to film
as an art form and as a cultural artifact. UC CREDIT LIMITATION: Credit for
FILM 101 or 101H. CSU; UC — credit limitation
Oceanside Campus
1891 TH
H H
6:30pm-9:15pm
Room #
WHEELER K
3.0 OC3609
This course is part of the Honors Scholar Program.
Online class: Go to www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta
• On-Campus class with Limited Online Instruction
miraCosta CREDIT courses • Fall 2010
Class # Days
Time
Instructor
Units Room #
Class # Days
Time
Instructor
Film
Geography
FILM 106 Study of Filmed Plays
GEOG 101L Physical Geography Laboratory
Focuses on cinematic adaptations of plays by comparing and contrasting
the stage and screen versions in concept, writing, and production. CSU; UC
Oceanside Campus
1886 MW
1887 TTH
9:30am-10:45am KURNER K
11:00am-12:15pm BISHOP E
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
1888 TTH
2:00pm-3:15pm
BISHOP E
Room #
3.0 OC2011
3.0 OC2011
Room #
3.0 SAN202
FILM 110 Film History
A survey of the history of film. CSU; UC
Oceanside Campus
1889 F
9:00am-11:45am
COLLINS-PORT
Room #
3.0 OC3516
This course introduces basic French pronunciation, vocabulary, and grammar
and explores the history, geography, and customs of the French-speaking
world. It also provides for increased awareness of the Francophone world
culture. CSU; UC
Oceanside Campus
8:00am-10:15am
4:00pm-6:15pm
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
1857 MW
1:00pm-3:15pm
STAFF
PEROVIC C
Room #
4.0 OC4016
4.0 OCT402
Room #
STAFF
4.0 SAN202
This course is a continuation of FREN 101. It reviews and expands first-year
grammar with emphasis on communicative proficiency. This course also
provides for increased awareness of the francophone world culture. CSU; UC
PREREQUISITE: FREN 101 or two years of high school French with a “C”
or better.
Enrollment Limitation: Not open to students with prior credit in FREN 201
or 202.
Oceanside Campus
1:30pm-3:45pm
ARNAUD D
Room #
4.0 OC4016
FREN 201 Intermediate French (Third Semester)
This course is a continuation of FREN 101 and FREN 102. It reviews and
expands first-year grammar with emphasis on communicative proficiency.
This course also provides for increased awareness of the French-speaking
world culture. CSU; UC
PREREQUISITE: FREN 102 or three years of high school French with a “C”
or better.
Enrollment Limitation: Not open to students with prior credit in FREN 202.
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
1863 MW
1872 W
6:30pm-9:15pm
STGEAN B
Late-Start/San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
1879 T
1:15pm-4:20pm TAUGHER M
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/14).
7:00pm-9:15pm
HARKER A
Room #
4.0 SAN306
1877 MW
2:00pm-3:30pm STGEAN B
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/08-12/13).
A global survey examining the distinguishing features of major culture regions
and the interrelationships among regions in a globalizing world. CSU; UC
Oceanside Campus
• 1874
MW
9:30am-10:45am
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
• 1873
TTH
2971 ONL
9:30am-10:45am
3.0 OC3102
STERN H
3.0 SAN406
KLEIN M
3.0 ONLINE
1875 M
6:00pm-9:15pm STGEAN B
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/13-12/13).
Oceanside Campus
2961 T
6:30pm-9:15pm
KINZEL M
Geology
This course introduces processes at work changing the earth today, and it
explores the origins of rocks and minerals as well as the action of air, water,
ice, and solar energy in sculpting earth’s surface. CSU; UC
11:00am-12:15pm TAYLOR M
Online
1986 ONL
Oceanside Campus
LATE-START/Online
3.0 OC4529
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
• 1870
Online
TTH
1878 ONL
1880 ONL
Room #
11:00am-12:15pm STERN H
3.0 SAN406
SAXE A
SAXE A
1871 TTH
7:45am-9:15am
HUCKABAY J
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/14).
1876 TTH
4:45pm-6:15pm TAUGHER M
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/16).
+Repeatable course
Room #
3.0 OC4529
Room #
FARQUHARSON 3.0 SAN406
EGGERS M
3.0 ONLINE
1987 ONL
EGGERS M
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/17).
3.0 ONLINE
3.0 ONLINE
3.0 ONLINE
Late-Start/Oceanside
Late-Start/San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
Room #
3.0 OC4611
GEOL 101 Physical Geology
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
11:00am-12:15pm STERN H
Room #
3.0 OC3106
This course introduces concepts and applications of geographic information
systems, cartography, remote sensing, spatial analysis and statistics, and
global positioning systems. CSU; UC pending
ADVISORY: MATH 101 or MATH 101B with a grade of “C” or better or
qualification through the Math Competency Exam or approved equivalent.
12:30pm-1:45pm
MW
Room #
GEOG 124 Geographic Information Science and Spatial Reasoning
1992 MW
• 1869
Room #
STERN H
Late-Start/Oceanside
Examines the natural environment, including climate, water, life forms, soils
and landforms, and their significance in environmental issues. CSU; UC
Room #
Room #
3.0 OC3606
GEOG 104 World Geography
3033 TTH
GEOG 101 Physical Geography
Room #
1.0 SAN406
The development, distribution, ecological relationships, and landscapes of
population dynamics, economic activity, politics, language, religion, folk and
popular culture, and urban settlement. CSU; UC
Oceanside Campus
Geography
Room #
1.0 OC3609
GEOG 102 Cultural Geography
Online
FREN 102 Elementary French (Second Semester)
1851 MW
Oceanside Campus
Late-Start/Oceanside
FREN 101 Elementary French (First Semester)
1839 TTH
1845 TTH
Emphasizes map reading and the collection, presentation, and interpretation
of physical geographic data. CSU; UC
PREREQUISITE: GEOG 101.
COREQUISITE: GEOG 101 if prerequisite not met.
Room #
3.0 OC3106
Room #
3.0 SAN406
*Meets off-campus (see page 114)
CSU; UC: Transferable course
41
ALL COURSES
French
Units Room #
miraCosta CREDIT courses • Fall 2010
Class # Days
Time
Instructor
Units Room #
Class # Days
Time
Health Education
GEOL 101H Physical Geology (Honors)
HEAL 100 Nutrition Today
This course introduces processes at work changing the earth today, and it
explores the origins of rocks and minerals as well as the action of air, water,
ice, and solar energy in sculpting earth’s surface. This honors course offers
highly motivated students the opportunity to complete, document, and
discuss independent scientific research. UC CREDIT LIMITATION: Credit
for GEOL101 or 101H. CSU; UC — credit limitation
Oceanside Campus
1994 MW
Room #
12:30pm-1:45pm
TURBEVILLE J
This course is part of the Honors Scholar Program.
H H
3.0 OC4529
Hands-on experience in interpretation of rock and mineral samples, fossils,
maps, use of computers, and online field trips to study local geology. CSU; UC
PREREQUISITE: GEOL 101 or GEOL 101H.
COREQUISITE: GEOL 101 or GEOL 101H if prerequisite not met.
Online
1991 ONL
TURBEVILLE J
1.0 ONLINE
1993 M
2:00pm-5:15pm TURBEVILLE J
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/13-12/13).
1.0 OC4529
Late-Start/Oceanside
Room #
Study of geologic hazards (earthquakes, volcanoes, flooding and landslides);
formation of geologic resources (water, soils, energy and mineral resources);
and human impacts on the earth’s environment. CSU; UC
1990 ONL
FARQUHARSON THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/17).
Oceanside Campus
• 1918
• 1936
TTH
TTH
11:00am-12:15pm MEINHOLD G
12:30pm-1:45pm MEINHOLD G
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
• 1919
M
Online
2:00pm-4:45pm
3.0 ONLINE
Units Room #
Room #
3.0 OCT413
3.0 OCT413
Room #
MEINHOLD G
3.0 SAN303
MEINHOLD G
MEINHOLD G
3.0 ONLINE
3.0 ONLINE
HEAL 101 Principles of Health
Includes instruction on exercise, weight maintenance, nutrition, human sexuality, sexually transmitted diseases, drug use, cancers, and cardiovascular
diseases. Emphasizes principles of wellness. CSU; UC
ADVISORY: Concurrent enrollment in HEAL 101L.
Oceanside Campus
• 1922
• 1926
• 1927
MW
TTH
T
11:00am-12:15pm EVANS C
11:00am-12:15pm CONREY M
6:30pm-9:15pm SHAFFER L
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
GEOL 120 Environmental Geology: Earth Hazards and Humanity
LATE-START/Online
Instructor
Attention will be given to nutrition throughout the life cycle, special dietary
needs, and food budgeting. CSU; UC
1917 ONL
1939 ONL
GEOL 101L Physical Geology Laboratory
ALL COURSES
Geology
• 1925
• 1923
Online
1920
1921
1924
1928
1929
TTH
MW
ONL
ONL
ONL
ONL
ONL
11:00am-12:15pm BOLDT D
2:00pm-3:15pm PRETI M
SHAFFER L
SHAFFER L
SHAFFER L
STAFF
SHAFFER L
Room #
3.0 OCT413
3.0 OC4016
3.0 OCT413
Room #
3.0 SAN609
3.0 SAN201
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
ONLINE
ONLINE
ONLINE
ONLINE
ONLINE
HEAL 101L Principles of Health Laboratory
German
This course introduces basic German pronunciation, vocabulary, and grammar
and explores the history, geography, and customs of the German-speaking
world. CSU; UC
This introduction to current research on fitness and wellness involves each
student in fitness assessment, including cardiorespiratory endurance,
muscular strength, muscular endurance, body composition, and weight
management. Offered pass/no pass only. CSU; UC
ADVISORY: Concurrent enrollment in HEAL 101.
Oceanside Campus
Oceanside Campus
GRMN 101 Elementary German (First Semester)
1892 MW
7:00pm-9:15pm
KRISH M
Room #
4.0 OCT402
GRMN 102 Elementary German (Second Semester)
This course is a continuation of GRMN 101. It reviews and expands first-year
grammar with emphasis on communicative proficiency. This course also provides for increased awareness of the German-speaking world culture. CSU; UC
PREREQUISITE: GRMN 101 with a “C” or better or two years of high school
German with a “C” or better.
Enrollment Limitation: Not open to students with prior credit in GRMN 201
or 202.
3156 MW
7:00pm-9:15pm SCHACHT H
4.0 OCT401
Gerontology
GERO 101 Introduction to Aging
Introduction to the interdisciplinary field of gerontology and the study of
aging. Includes theories from biology/physiology, psychology, and sociology. Emphasis is on the impact of increased life expectancy and aging on
individuals, families, health care providers and health care systems. CSU; UC
Online
1916 ONL
PHILLIPS J
3.0 ONLINE
Students will take two proctored on-campus exams during the
semester at the Academic Proctoring Center (at Oceanside or San
Elijo). Further course information is available at www.miracosta.
edu/home/jphillips.
42
H Honors
H Course
Room #
+1930 ARR
HACKETT J
1.0 OC4100
For registration deadlines, required orientation dates and times,
and Wellness Center hours visit the Wellness Center website at
miracosta.edu/wellnesscenter or call 760-757-2121 ext. 6248.
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
+1931 MW
12:30pm-1:45pm
Cardiff
*+3025 TTH
1:00pm-2:15pm
Room #
PRETI M
1.0 SAN204
PRETI M
1.0 FROGS
HEAL 105 Human Performance and Sports Nutrition
This course introduces nutrition concepts to students interested in sports,
fitness, and health.Topics include macro and micro nutrient intakes, hydration,
pre- and post-event food, supplements and ergogenic aids, weight control,
and body composition related to performance. CSU; UC pending
Oceanside Campus
3026 TTH
9:30am-10:45am
MEINHOLD G
Room #
3.0 OCT413
HEAL 110 Therapeutic Massage I
This is the foundation course for therapeutic massage. It includes theory,
practical experience, methods, procedures, and contraindications of massage. Students will practice massage techniques utilizing the therapeutic
principles of massage.
Community learning Center
Room #
1932 TW
5:30pm-7:30pm NEILL C
3.0 CLC116
&TW
7:30pm-8:45pm
CLC109
&S
8:00am-10:45am
CLC109
THIS IS AN 8 WEEK CLASS, (08/24-10/16)
Class No. 1932 meets at CLC, 1831 Mission Ave., Oceanside.
Online class: Go to www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta
• On-Campus class with Limited Online Instruction
miraCosta CREDIT courses • Fall 2010
Class # Days
Time
Instructor
Units Room #
Class # Days
Time
Instructor
Health Education
History
HEAL 210 Therapeutic Massage II
HIST 100H World History to 1500 (Honors)
This is the advanced course for therapeutic massage. It includes advanced
massage theory, methods and procedures of advanced soft tissue techniques,
contraindications, focusing on anatomy and pathology and practical experience.
PREREQUISITE: HEAL 110.
Late-Start/CoMMUNITY LEARNING CENTER
Room #
1934 TW
5:30pm-7:30pm VETTEL C
3.0 CLC116
&TW
7:30pm-8:45pm
CLC109
&S
8:00am-11:10am
CLC109
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (10/19-12/11)
Class No. 1934 meets at CLC, 1831 Mission Ave., Oceanside.
HEAL 215 Massage Clinical Practicum
Community learning Center
Room #
1937 S
11:30am-12:30pm VETTEL C
2.0 CLC116
&S
12:45pm-3:30pm
CLC109
Class No. 1937 meets at CLC, 1831 Mission Ave., Oceanside.
HEAL 220 Sports Massage
This advanced massage course builds on the concepts and practices of
Health 210. The course covers massage techniques and evaluation procedures for providing massage to athletes, based upon the athlete’s condition,
anatomy, and sport.
PREREQUISITE: HEAL 210.
Community learning Center
Room #
3028 TW
1:00pm-2:00pm NEILL C
2.0 CLC116
&TW
2:00pm-4:45pm
CLC109
THIS IS AN 8 WEEK CLASS, (08/24-10/13)
Class No. 3028 meets at CLC, 1831 Mission Ave., Oceanside.
HEAL 222 Stress Management
This course introduces stress management and prevention concepts and
emphasizes the analysis of stressful events, application of appropriate
techniques, and development and implementation of a stress-reduction/
prevention plan.
Oceanside Campus
3027 M
6:30pm-8:15pm
Room #
EVANS C
2.0 OCT413
Oceanside Campus
11:00am-12:15pm SCOTT JAMES San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
1996 ONL
12:30pm-1:45pm
3.0 OC3103
Room #
3.0 SAN601
SCOTT JAMES 3.0 ONLINE
MW
2:00pm-3:30pm MOORE C
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/08-12/13).
Late-Start/San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
• 1995
Room #
BREWSTER M Late-Start/Oceanside
• 2021
3.0 SAN601
HIST 101 World History Since 1500
This course covers the development of global civilizations from AD 1500 to
the present. CSU; UC
Oceanside Campus
• 1999
• 2032
TTH
MW
8:00am-9:15am
12:30pm-1:45pm
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
• 1998
TTH
Online
2025 ONL
12:30pm-1:45pm
3.0 OC3103
3.0 OC3103
BREWSTER M
3.0 SAN601
DORSEY D
3.0 ONLINE
Late-Start/Oceanside
• 2000
Room #
REEVES D
BALE V
TH
6:00pm-9:15pm GREGORY E
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/09-12/16).
Room #
Room #
3.0 OC3103
HIST 101H World History Since 1500 (Honors)
This course offers highly motivated students an enriched and more personalized introduction to the history of the world from origins since 1500. UC
CREDIT LIMITATION: Credit for HIST 101 or 101H. CSU; UC — credit limitation
Oceanside Campus
2966 TTH
Room #
9:30am-10:45am
SLEEPER C
This course is part of the Honors Scholar Program.
H H
3.0 OC3103
HIST 103 Western Civilization
History of western civilization from earliest times to 1648. CSU; UC
Oceanside Campus
• 2022
MW
11:00am-12:15pm MOORE C
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
MW
11:00am-12:15pm LANE L
GOLEMO K
Room #
3.0 OC3103
Room #
3.0 SAN601
3.0 ONLINE
History of western civilization from 1648 to contemporary times, with emphasis on western culture and humanities. CSU; UC
This course covers the historical development of major global societies to
1500. CSU; UC
MW
Room #
HEINZMANN J
HIST 104 Western Civilization
HIST 100 World History to 1500
Online
9:30am-10:45am
This course is part of the Honors Scholar Program.
H H
2028 ONL
History
• 1997
• 2077 TTH
Online
See Medical Administrative Professional, Nursing, Pharmacology,
Surgical Technology
TTH
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
• 2001
Health Occupations
• 2031
This course offers highly motivated students an enriched and more personalized introduction to the history of the world from origins to A.D. 1500. UC
CREDIT LIMITATION: Credit for HIST 100 or 100H. CSU; UC — credit limitation
TH
6:30pm-9:45pm BREWSTER M
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/09-12/16).
Room #
3.0 OC3103
Oceanside Campus
• 2003
Online
MW
2002 ONL
9:30am-10:45am
3.0 OC3103
LANE L
3.0 ONLINE
Late-Start/Oceanside
• 2004
Room #
BALE V
W
6:30pm-9:35pm GREGORY E
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/08-12/15).
Room #
3.0 OC3103
See the world at MiraCosta
Room #
3.0 SAN601
Study this fall in London, England or
Barcelona, Spain!
Deadline to apply is June 18!
For details call MiraCosta’s Institute for International
Perspectives, (760) 795-6897 or visit online,
www.miracosta.edu/iip
+Repeatable course
*Meets off-campus (see page 114)
CSU; UC: Transferable course
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ALL COURSES
This course is the clinical practice for massage therapy. Students will focus
on massage methods, business practices, massage marketing, ethics, and
clinic procedures of massage practice.
PREREQUISITE: HEAL 210.
Units Room #
miraCosta CREDIT courses • Fall 2010
Class # Days
Time
Instructor
Units Room #
Class # Days
Time
Instructor
History
HIST 105 History of England
HIST 116 History of the Americas
Examines the cultural, social, political, economic, intellectual, and diplomatic
history of England from earliest times to the present. CSU; UC
Online
2005 ONL
LANE L
3.0 ONLINE
HIST 109 History of the Middle East
Covers the history of the Middle East from origins to contemporary times,
focusing on political, social, and economic aspects of life in these societies.
CSU; UC
Online
2035 ONL
GOLEMO K
Late-Start/Oceanside
ALL COURSES
History
• 2029
M
6:30pm-9:45pm GOLEMO K
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/13-12/13).
3.0 ONLINE
Room #
3.0 OC3103
• 2008
• 2007
• 2023
• 2010
MW
TTH
MW
W
8:00am-9:15am
11:00am-12:15pm
11:00am-12:15pm
6:30pm-9:15pm
DANAHER K
SLEEPER C
BALE V
AREVALOS A
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
• 2009
• 2033
Online
2006
2024
2026
2030
TTH
T
ONL
ONL
ONL
ONL
LATE-START/Online
2011
11:00am-12:15pm HEINZMANN J
6:30pm-9:15pm SLEEPER C
AREVALOS A
AREVALOS A
MOORE C
AREVALOS A
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
Room #
OC3102
OC3102
OC3102
OC3102
Room #
3.0 SAN601
3.0 SAN601
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
ONLINE
ONLINE
ONLINE
ONLINE
3.0 ONLINE
History of the United States from Reconstruction to the present. Taken with
HIST 110, satisfies both the MCC and CSU American Institutions and History
requirements. UC CREDIT LIMITATION: Credit for one series: HIST 110 &111;
141 & 142; or 145 & 146. CSU; UC — credit limitation
Oceanside Campus
TTH
MW
TTH
W
T
8:00am-9:15am
9:30am-10:45am
2:00pm-3:15pm
2:00pm-4:45pm
6:30pm-9:15pm
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
• 2016
• 2017
MW
TTH
Online
2012 ONL
2027 ONL
3133 ONL
LATE-START/Online
9:30am-10:45am
2:00pm-3:15pm
2036 ONL
AREVALOS A
3.0 ONLINE
HIST 141 History of the Mexican-American in the United States
A study of United States history with emphasis on a Chicano/a Latino/a
perspective through the Mexican American War and the late 19th century.
Taken with HIST 142, satisfies both the MCC and CSU American Institutions
and History requirements. UC CREDIT LIMITATION: Credit for one series:
HIST 110 &111; 141 & 142; or 145 & 146. CSU; UC — credit limitation
5:00pm-6:15pm
AGUILAR E
Room #
3.0 OC3102
HIST 146 History of African-Americans in the United States
Study of the role of African-Americans in United States history from Reconstruction to the present, this course emphasizes black experience within
political, social, economic, and cultural frameworks. Taken with History 145,
it satisfies the American Institutions and History requirement. UC CREDIT
LIMITATION: Credit for one series: HIST 110 &111; 141 & 142; or 145 & 146.
CSU; UC — credit limitation
Oceanside Campus
2040 MW
12:30pm-1:45pm
BROWNE J
Room #
3.0 OC3102
HIST 165 California History
Addresses the social, economic, political, and cultural history of California
from pre-Spanish colonization until recent times. CSU; UC
Oceanside Campus
• 2037
T
6:30pm-9:15pm
JOHNSON A
Room #
3.0 OC3103
Horticulture
HORT 110 Basic Horticulture
ONL
AREVALOS A
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/17).
HIST 111 United States History
• 2013
• 2034
• 2014
• 2015
• 2018
Online
2039 MW
History of the United States from early cultures to Reconstruction. Taken
with HIST 111, satisfies both the MCC and CSU American Institutions and
History requirements. UC CREDIT LIMITATION: Credit for one series: HIST
110 &111; 141 & 142; or 145 & 146. CSU; UC — credit limitation
Oceanside Campus
Histories of Latin America, Canada, and the United States presented as an
integrated whole. Included is the study of the United States Constitution
comparing it with other American nation constitutions. Taken with HIST 117,
satisfies both the MCC and CSU American Institutions and History requirements. CSU; UC
Oceanside Campus
HIST 110 United States History
Units Room #
Room #
MARSHALL G
DANAHER K
JOHNSON A
AREVALOS A
MARSHALL G
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
JOHNSON A
HEINZMANN J
3.0 SAN601
3.0 SAN601
LANE L
LANE L
SLEEPER C
2020 ONL
SLEEPER C
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/17).
OC3102
OC3601
OC3102
OC3102
OC3102
Room #
3.0 ONLINE
3.0 ONLINE
3.0 ONLINE
3.0 ONLINE
Covers seed production, propagation of plants from seeds and cuttings,
potting and planting media, bedding plants, greenhouses, and aspects of
vegetable crop production. CSU
Oceanside Campus
3030 M
10:00am-2:45pm
FAIRLEIGH M
Room #
3.0 OC7053
HORT 115 Soil Science
Problem solving techniques that apply to Southern California soils are emphasized, including fertility, salinity, pH, calcium, and specific toxicities. CSU; UC
Oceanside Campus
2043 TH
5:00pm-9:45pm
FAIRLEIGH M
Room #
3.0 OC7003
HORT 116 Plant Science
This course covers the basic principles of plant science pertaining to food
and ornamental plants and addresses plant taxonomy and nomenclature.
Students are required to attend field labs and field trips. CSU; UC
Oceanside Campus
2045 MW
2047 TTH
2049 MW
12:30pm-3:15pm
12:30pm-3:15pm
5:00pm-7:45pm
KINNON C
MESSINA J
BENDER G
Room #
4.0 OC7003
4.0 OC7003
4.0 OC7003
HORT 117 Plant Identification: Trees, Shrubs, and Vines
This course covers the identification, growth habits, culture, and ornamental
use of plants found in Southern California landscapes. It emphasizes botanical
and common names, plant family relationships, and environmental adaptations.
Students are required to attend field trips both on and off campus. CSU; UC
Oceanside Campus/San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
Room #
2051 TH
6:00pm-8:45pm EHRLINGER C
3.0 OC7051
&S
8:00am-12:30pm
SAN406
+4 hours 30 mins every other Saturday from 8am-12:30pm beginning 9/4.
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• On-Campus with Limited Online
Hybrid: On-Campus and Online
miraCosta CREDIT courses • Fall 2010
Class # Days
Time
Instructor
Units Room #
Horticulture
HORT 118 Arboriculture
This course covers the care and management of ornamental trees including
fertilization, irrigation, integrated pest management, pruning techniques, safety
equipment and practices, climbing, repairs, bracing, cabling, and tree removal.
Oceanside Campus
Class # Days
Time
Instructor
Units Room #
Looking for a new career?
Room #
+2063 M
6:00pm-8:45pm HOLCOMB S
3.0 OC7053
&S
8:00am-11:55am
OC7053
+3 hours 55 mins every other Saturday from 8am-11:55am beginning 8/28.
HORT 126 Landscape Irrigation
Covers site analysis, design, engineering, installation, and maintenance of
landscape sprinkler and drip systems. CSU
Oceanside Campus
5:00pm-9:45pm
EHRLINGER C
Room #
3.0 OC7051
HORT 127 Landscape Design
Principles of design for residential projects. Students will prepare a site analysis,
plot plan, presentation drawings, and budget for a typical residential site. CSU
Oceanside Campus
2069 W
&W
10:30am-12:30pm FAIRLEIGH M
12:30pm-3:15pm
Room #
3.0 OC7051
OC7051
HORT 128 Landscape Construction
Covers architectural building components including benches, planters, walks,
patio decks, fences, retaining walls, and enrichment features. CSU
Oceanside Campus
Room #
2061 TH
5:00pm-6:45pm CONGER D
3.0 OC7053
&S
8:00am-1:45pm
OC7001
+6 hours every other Saturday from 8am-1:45pm beginning 8/28.
HORT 144 Nursery Management and Production
Includes cutting/seed propagation methods and systems, soils, water, pest
management, fertilization, pruning and staking, and production management.
Field trips to local nurseries. CSU
Oceanside Campus
2065 T
&S
6:00pm-7:45pm KINNON C
8:00am-10:45am
Room #
3.0 OC7003
OC7003
HORT 145 Introduction to Enology
(Material Fee: $85.00) Students will be presented with an overview of
the history and development of winemaking, detailing the grape varieties
produced in the major wine-producing regions. Students must be 21 years
old to enroll. CSU; UC
Oceanside Campus
+2060 F
6:30pm-9:15pm
COLANGELO D
Room #
3.0 OC7053
HORT 147 Wines of California
(Material Fee: $85.00) This course is designed for students to increase their
knowledge of the technical, historical, social, and marketing aspects of wines
and winemaking. Students must be 21 years old to enroll and pay a lab fee.
Oceanside Campus
3032 W
6:30pm-9:15pm
COLANGELO D
Room #
3.0 OC7053
HORT 148 Introduction to Wine Production
This course will provide beginning winemakers with basic “how to” instructions and also provide advanced technical training on aspects of winemaking.
Late-Start/Oceanside
2059 T
6:30pm-9:15pm STAFF
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/14-11/02)
Room #
1.5 OC7053
HORT 171 Floral Design I
(Materials Fee: $200.00) Theory, techniques, and skills practiced in the floral
design industry. Instruction in basic design principles, cut flower preparation
and care, merchandising and packaging. CSU
Oceanside Campus
2055 W
5:30pm-9:15pm
PATTERSON DE
+Repeatable course
Room #
2.0 OC7001
*Meets off-campus (see page 114)
ALL COURSES
2053 W
If you want a hands-on and high-tech
career, check out these options—
you can earn a certificate in
2–4 semesters:
Automotive Technology
Architectural Technology
Biotechnology
Business Office Technology
Computer & Information Science
Design Drafting Technology
Digital Photography
(see Art)
Graphic Design
(see Media Arts & Technology)
Landscape Architecture
(see Horticulture)
Radiation Protection Technology
Recording Technology
(see Music)
Surgical Technology
Technical Theatre
(see Dramatic Arts)
Video & Animation
(see Media Arts & Technology)
Web Design & Development
(see Media Arts & Technology)
NEED CAREER COUNSELING OR HELP
CHOOSING A MAJOR?
Stop by the Career Center in Building 3700 on the
Oceanside Campus, or call (760) 795-6772.
Career Center staff will be at the
San Elijo Campus by appointment.
CSU; UC: Transferable course
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miraCosta CREDIT courses • Fall 2010
Class # Days
Time
Instructor
Units Room #
Class # Days
Time
Instructor
Hospitality
HORT 173 Wedding Design
HOSP 128 Hospitality Marketing
(Materials Fee: $240.00) Traditional and contemporary styles of wedding
bouquets, corsages, and boutonniere construction.
ADVISORY: HORT 171.
Oceanside Campus
2057 TH
5:30pm-9:15pm
PATTERSON DE
Room #
2.0 OC7001
HORT 230 Landscape Architecture
Online
3037 ONL
SMITH K
HOSP 134 Facilities Management
Oceanside Campus
LATE-START/Online
5:00pm-9:45pm
FAIRLEIGH M
Room #
3.0 OC7051
HORT 299P(3.0) Coop Work Exp — Occupational
For students whose work is related to their declared major. CSU
COREQUISITES: Students must be employed in a position directly related to
their declared major and must complete 75 hours of paid work or 60 hours
of non-paid work per unit of credit.
NOTE: To receive instructor consent and permission number,
students must submit employer contact information. Go to
www.miracosta.edu/dataform or the Career Center in Building
3700, Oceanside campus, to complete the form. Questions? Call
(760) 795-6772.
2073 ARR
STAFF
3.0 THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/17).
Hospitality
HOSP 100 Introduction to Hospitality Management
This course covers the functions and procedures, current issues, and career
opportunities in the hospitality, food service, and tourism industries. Students
may be required to visit various hospitality sites. CSU
Oceanside Campus
2078 M
6:00pm-8:00pm
&ONL
+1 hour weekly online.
MOES J
Room #
3.0 OC3516
ONLINE
HOSP 110 Guest Services and Presentations
Students gain service and presentation skills expected of uniformed hospitality
employees, supervisors, and managers when interacting on a professional
basis with hospitality guests and colleagues. Students may be required to
visit various hospitality sites. CSU
Oceanside Campus
3035 TH
5:30pm-7:30pm
&ONL
+1 hour weekly online.
BLACKMON L
Room #
3.0 OC3106
ONLINE
HOSP 120 Hospitality Human Resources Management
This course examines employment laws, discrimination, job design, motivation and supervision, employee recruitment and selection processes, training
and cross-training, employee classifications, wages and benefits, and union
relations within hospitality settings. Students may be required to visit various
hospitality sites. CSU
LATE-START/Online
3036 ONL
SMITH K
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/17).
3.0 ONLINE
Units Room #
This practical overview of marketing topics affecting hospitality managers
covers marketing techniques and marketing methodologies, sales, advertising,
public relations, and promotions. Students may be required to visit various
hospitality sites. CSU
The advanced study and implementation of landscape design. Techniques
for organizing and creating varied elements in the shaping of a landscape
project dealing with diverse aspects of design. CSU
PREREQUISITE: HORT 127.
2067 T
ALL COURSES
Horticulture
3.0 ONLINE
Overview of departments and functions in a hotel, motel, or resort property
that impact guest comfort. Emphasis is on examining procedures to meet
sustainable or “green” business practices.
2079 ONL
SMITH K
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/17).
3.0 ONLINE
HOSP 150 Purchasing and Cost Control
This course applies control to food, beverage, supplies, and labor costs, and it
emphasizes operating budget, income and cost control, menu pricing, linens,
and supplies. Students may be required to visit various hospitality sites. CSU
Late-Start/Oceanside
3038 W
5:30pm-7:30pm BURK B
&ONL
+1 hour weekly online.
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/08-12/15).
Room #
3.0 OCT413
ONLINE
HOSP 160 Culinary Arts Basics
(Material Fee: $65.00) This hands-on professional cooking course uses
modern equipment and facilities to cover fundamental concepts and skills,
proper safety and sanitation, and professional work habits. Students may
be required to visit off-campus hospitality sites. CSU
Carlsbad
*3039 W
10:00am-3:15pm ALBO J
3.0 LEGO
This class will be held at Legoland in Carlsbad, California. Parking
directions are as follows: Exit Palomar Airport Road. Head Eastbound on Palomar Airport Road. Turn left at The Crossings Drive.
Turn left into the LEGOLAND administrative entrance.Park in the
MC (employee) lot. Display your MiraCosta parking pass. Proceed
to the Security Gatehouse and present MiraCosta photo I.D. The
class facility is Sports Cafe.
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/08-12/15).
Humanities
HUMN 101 Introduction to the Arts
Explores literature, music, art, theater, philosophy, film, architecture, and
dance. CSU; UC
ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 100.
Oceanside Campus
2086 TH
6:30pm-9:15pm
ARCHER R
Room #
3.0 OC3607
HUMN 201 Humanities of the Western World: Pre-History Through the
Middle Ages
Surveys major works in art, architecture, literature, music, philosophy, theater
and history from the Early Mediterranean, Hellenic, Hellenistic, Roman, and
Medieval eras. CSU; UC
ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 100.
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
2967 TTH
11:00am-12:15pm ARCHER R
Room #
3.0 SAN201
HUMN 250 American Studies
Need Help with Books?
Textbooks are a big expense. One way to save money
is to participate in the bookstore’s used book, book
rental and book buy-back programs. If you need
money to buy textbooks, visit Financial Aid or EOPS in
Building 3000 on the Oceanside Campus to see if you
qualify for textbook loan or grant programs.
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Explores what it means to be an “American” from roughly 1588-1877 through
cultural values, beliefs, and preoccupations. Uses materials from philosophy,
religion, music, art, architecture, history, and literature. CSU; UC
ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 100.
Oceanside Campus
2088 TTH
11:00am-12:15pm SULLIVAN J
• On-Campus with Limited Online
Room #
3.0 OC3607
Hybrid: On-Campus and Online
miraCosta CREDIT courses • Fall 2010
Class # Days
Time
Instructor
Units Room #
Class # Days
Time
Instructor
Interdisciplinary Studies
Japanese
INTR 100 Foundation Skills for the College Experience
JAPN 101 Elementary Japanese (First Semester)
This course prepares new and returning students to develop the knowledge,
skills, attitudes, and behaviors that are necessary for academic, career, and
personal success. Topics include strategic study skills, time management,
educational planning, student services, and resources to promote academic
and personal success, career assessment and exploration, goal setting,
computer basics, and effective use of library and learning resources. CSU; UC
Oceanside Campus
Room #
• 2947
TTH
11:30am-1:15pm HORTON/ISACHSEN4.0 OC3516
& ROSEN/PERRY
Section 2947 is designed for students in the First Year Experience.
11:30am-1:15pm ISACHSEN/HORTON4.0 OC4803A
• 2949 TTH
& PERRY/ROSEN
INTERNSHIP STUDIES
Internships allow students the opportunity to gain “hands-on” experience in
a field of interest. They link classroom learning to the workplace, add related
experience to a student’s resume, help students develop mentor relationships
and build professional contacts.
PREREQUISITE: Complete six units at MiraCosta College prior to internship;
permission of the instructor and the department chair required.
COREQUISITE: Must be enrolled in three units in addition to Internship Studies, except summer session. Must complete 60 hours of non-paid work or 75
hours of paid work per unit of credit. Internships are offered in nearly every
major. To find out more, come to the Career Center in Building 3700 on the
Oceanside campus, call (760)795-6772, or go to www.miracosta.edu/careers.
Italian
This course introduces basic Italian pronunciation, vocabulary, and grammar
and explores the history, geography, and customs of the Italian-speaking
world. CSU; UC
2091 MW
2095 TTH
11:00am-1:15pm
4:30pm-6:45pm
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
2089 MW
6:30pm-8:45pm
PETRI A
DYESS J
PETRI A
Room #
4.0 OC3504
4.0 OC3504
Room #
4.0 SAN305
ITAL 102 Elementary Italian (Second Semester)
This course is a continuation of ITAL 101. It reviews and expands first-semester
grammar with emphasis on communicative proficiency. This course also provides for increased awareness of the Italian-speaking world culture. CSU; UC
PREREQUISITE: ITAL 101 with a “C” or better or two years of high school
Italian with a “C” or better.
Enrollment Limitation: Not open to students with prior credit in ITAL 201 or 202.
Oceanside Campus
2093 TTH
3158 MW
11:00am-1:15pm
4:00pm-6:15pm
Room #
MCCRARY KAMB 4.0 OCT402
STAFF
4.0 OC3205
ITAL 201 Intermediate Italian (Third Semester)
This course is a continuation of ITAL 101 and ITAL 102. It reviews and
expands first-year grammar with emphasis on communicative proficiency.
This course also provides for increased awareness of the Italian-speaking
world culture. CSU; UC
PREREQUISITE: ITAL 102 with a “C” or better or three years of high school
Italian with a “C” or better.
Enrollment Limitation: Not open to students with prior credit in ITAL 202.
Oceanside Campus
2097 TTH
7:00pm-9:15pm
PETRI A
+Repeatable course
Oceanside Campus
2099 MW
2101 MW
1:30pm-4:15pm
6:30pm-9:15pm
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
2105 TTH
6:30pm-9:15pm
Room #
KAMEDA N
ISOGAI M
5.0 OC3504
5.0 OC3205
KAMEDA N
5.0 SAN502
Room #
JAPN 102 Elementary Japanese (Second Semester)
This second-semester course reviews (recycles) vocabulary and grammar
from JAPN 101, introduces more advanced kanji characters, and develops
the student’s language proficiency through listening, speaking, reading, and
writing. CSU; UC
PREREQUISITE: JAPN 101 with a “C” or better or two years of high school
Japanese with a “C” or better.
Enrollment Limitation: Not open to students with prior credit in JAPN 201
or 202.
Oceanside Campus
2103 MW
6:30pm-9:15pm
KAMEDA N
Room #
5.0 OC3606
JAPN 201 Intermediate Japanese (Third Semester)
This third-semester course reviews (recycles) vocabulary and grammar
from JAPN 102, introduces more advanced kanji characters, and develops
the student’s language proficiency through listening, speaking, reading, and
writing. CSU; UC
PREREQUISITE: JAPN 102 with a “C” or better or three years of high school
Japanese with a “C” or better.
Enrollment Limitation: Not open to students with prior credit in JAPN 202.
Oceanside Campus
2107 TTH
6:30pm-9:15pm
HIRATA B
Room #
5.0 OCT307
Kinesiology
ITAL 101 Elementary Italian (First Semester)
Oceanside Campus
This course introduces contemporary Japanese, the Japanese writing system
(hiragana, katakana, and selected kanji characters), and Japanese history,
geography, customs, and culture. It corresponds to the first two years of
high school Japanese. CSU; UC
KINE 100(1.0) Functional Resistance Training
Improve activities of daily living and/or athletic performance, weight loss,
stress reduction, body appearance, core strength, balance, speed, power
and coordination, while decreasing the risk of orthopedic injury and low back
pain through functional resistance training. UC CREDIT LIMITATION: Any
or all activity courses, maximum credit, 4 units. CSU; UC — credit limitation
Oceanside Campus
+2158 TTH
+2117 TTH
+2116 TTH
7:00am-8:15am
9:30am-10:45am
4:30pm-5:45pm
CONAHAN P
HACKETT J
MULVILLE D
Room #
1.0 OC5004
1.0 OC5004
1.0 OC5004
KINE 103 Basketball Theory
Investigates the fundamentals and philosophies of playing and/or coaching
basketball. UC CREDIT LIMITATION: Any or all KINE theory courses, maximum credit, 8 units. CSU; UC — credit limitation
Oceanside Campus
2109 MW
3:00pm-3:50pm
MULVILLE D
Room #
2.0 OCT413
KINE 111(0.5) Cardio Conditioning
This class will focus on improving cardiorespiratory endurance, body tone,
flexibility and core strength through aerobic conditioning utilizing various
exercise equipment. UC CREDIT LIMITATION: Any or all activity courses,
maximum credit, 4 units. CSU; UC — credit limitation
Late-Start/Oceanside
+2151 F
8:00am-9:35am BOLDT D
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/10-12/17).
Room #
.5 OC GYM
Room #
4.0 OC3504
*Meets off-campus (see page 114)
CSU; UC: Transferable course
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ALL COURSES
Internet & Multimedia Technology
Internet & Multimedia Technology courses are now offered in
Media Arts & Technologies.
Units Room #
miraCosta CREDIT courses • Fall 2010
Class # Days
Time
Instructor
Units Room #
Class # Days
Kinesiology
KINE 111(1.0) Cardio Conditioning
KINE 147 Yoga Core
This class will focus on improving cardiorespiratory endurance, body tone,
flexibility and core strength through aerobic conditioning utilizing various
exercise equipment. UC CREDIT LIMITATION: Any or all activity courses,
maximum credit, 4 units. CSU; UC — credit limitation
Late-Start/Oceanside
+2118 MW
7:45am-9:15am
SKVARNA N
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/08-12/15).
Room #
1.0 OC GYM
Time
Instructor
Units Room #
This is the second in a three-part series in order to gain yoga certification.
It includes advanced yoga asana and posture work, continuation of yoga
history and philosophy, and further integration of knowledge and wisdom
to effectively teach and practice.
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
2156 MW
2:00pm-4:15pm
HANDA D
Room #
3.0 SAN204
KINE 149 Yoga Mastery
KINE 117 Basketball Competition
ALL COURSES
Kinesiology
This course provides advanced-level instruction and training in basketball
skills, techniques, strategies, and leadership. UC CREDIT LIMITATION: Any
or all activity courses, maximum credit, 4 units. CSU; UC — credit limitation
PREREQUISITE: By audition only.
This course is the third for the yoga certification program and it is about finding your own expression physically, mentally, emotionally, and meditatively
through yoga. Marketing, ethics, guided meditations, and how to integrate
your personal style into your teaching experience is experientially and intellectually included.
Oceanside Campus
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
+2119 DAIL
12:30pm-2:00pm MULVILLE D
THIS IS A 6 WEEK CLASS, (08/23-10/01)
+2120 DAIL
3:00pm-4:30pm CONAHAN P
THIS IS A 6 WEEK CLASS, (08/23-10/01)
Room #
1.5 OC GYM
1.5 OC GYM
KINE 142(0.5) Body Conditioning/Wellness Lab
An individualized fitness program to improve muscular strength, cardiorespiratory endurance, flexibility, weight management/loss, stress reduction
and positive attitudes toward life long physical activity and wellness. UC
CREDIT LIMITATION: Any or all activity courses, maximum credit, 4 units.
CSU; UC — credit limitation
Oceanside Campus
Room #
2154 TTH
12:30pm-2:45pm
LIGHT L
Room #
3.0 SAN204
KINE 151(0.5) Stretch for Flexibility and Relaxation
This course is designed to enhance athletic ability, daily living, and stress
reduction through range-of-motion exercises and body awareness. UC
CREDIT LIMITATION: Any or all activity courses, maximum credit, 4 units.
CSU; UC — credit limitation
Late-Start/Oceanside
+2134 F
7:30am-9:05am KRAMER A
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/10-12/17).
Room #
.5 OC5101
KINE 151(1.0) Stretch for Flexibility and Relaxation
+2131 ARR
STAFF
.5 OC4100
For registration deadlines, required orientation dates and times,
and Wellness Center hours visit the Wellness Center website at
miracosta.edu/wellnesscenter or call 760-757-2121 ext. 6248.
This course is designed to enhance athletic ability, daily living, and stress
reduction through range-of-motion exercises and body awareness. UC
CREDIT LIMITATION: Any or all activity courses, maximum credit, 4 units.
CSU; UC — credit limitation
KINE 142(1.0) Body Conditioning/Wellness Lab
Late-Start/Oceanside
An individualized fitness program to improve muscular strength, cardiorespiratory endurance, flexibility, weight management/loss, stress reduction
and positive attitudes toward life long physical activity and wellness. UC
CREDIT LIMITATION: Any or all activity courses, maximum credit, 4 units.
CSU; UC — credit limitation
Oceanside Campus
Room #
+2132 ARR
STAFF
1.0 OC4100
For registration deadlines, required orientation dates and times,
and Wellness Center hours visit the Wellness Center website at
miracosta.edu/wellnesscenter or call 760-757-2121 ext. 6248.
KINE 142(1.5) Body Conditioning/Wellness Lab
An individualized fitness program to improve muscular strength, cardiorespiratory endurance, flexibility, weight management/loss, stress reduction
and positive attitudes toward life long physical activity and wellness. UC
credit limitation: Any or all activity courses, maximum credit, 4 units. CSU;
UC — credit limitation
Oceanside Campus
Room #
+2133 ARR
STAFF
1.5 OC4100
For registration deadlines, required orientation dates and times,
and Wellness Center hours visit the Wellness Center website at
miracosta.edu/wellnesscenter or call 760-757-2121 ext. 6248.
KINE 145 Yoga Essentials
This is the foundation course for the yoga certification program. It includes
the introduction and exploration of yoga and becoming a yoga teacher while
deepening one’s own practice. Breath work, movement in the postures,
and philosophy are an essential part of the mind/body/spirit connection of
this course.
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
2113
TTH
9:30am-11:45am
LIGHT L
Room #
3.0 SAN204
+2135 MW
3:30pm-5:00pm EVANS C
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/08-12/15).
KINE 152(0.5) Yoga
Introduces students to philosophy, history, and core poses of yoga that
improve physical endurance, flexibility, balance, and posture, and restore
peacefulness. UC CREDIT LIMITATION: Any or all activity courses, maximum
credit, 4 units. CSU; UC — credit limitation
Oceanside Campus
+2136 F
9:15am-10:30am
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
+2137 TH
8:00am-9:15am
.5 OC5004
PRETI M
.5 SAN204
+2138 MW
7:30am-8:20am KRAMER A
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/08-12/15).
Late-Start/San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
+2139 TH
3:30pm-5:00pm LIGHT L
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/09-12/16).
Room #
Room #
.5 OC5101
Room #
.5 SAN204
KINE 152(1.0) Yoga
Introduces students to philosophy, history, and core poses of yoga that
improve physical endurance, flexibility, balance, and posture, and restore
peacefulness. UC CREDIT LIMITATION: Any or all activity courses, maximum
credit, 4 units. CSU; UC — credit limitation
Oceanside Campus
+2140 MW
+2141 MW
2:00pm-3:15pm
5:15pm-6:13pm
KRAMER A
HANDA D
Room #
1.0 OC5004
1.0 OC5004
KINE 160 Taekwondo
This course introduces students to the skills of Taekwondo, including punching, kicking, blocking, self-defense, katas, sparring, and grappling. NOTE: A
Gi uniform and equipment is required (approximately $60); please attend
the first class meeting before purchasing. UC CREDIT LIMITATION: Any or
all activity courses, maximum credit, 4 units. CSU; UC — credit limitation
+2149 TTH
+2150 TTH
Online: Go to www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta
Room #
HANDA D
Late-Start/Oceanside
Oceanside Campus
48
Room #
1.0 OC5004
9:30am-10:45am FULBRIGHT R
11:00am-12:15pm FULBRIGHT R
• On-Campus with Limited Online
Room #
1.0 OC GYM
1.0 OC GYM
Hybrid: On-Campus and Online
miraCosta CREDIT courses • Fall 2010
Class # Days
Time
Instructor
Units Room #
Class # Days
Time
Instructor
Kinesiology
Kinesiology
KINE 171 Intercollegiate Basketball, Men/Women
KINE 210 Exercise Prescription for Special Populations
Advanced level instruction and training in basketball skills, techniques,
strategies,and leadership. UC CREDIT LIMITATION: Any or all activity courses,
maximum credit, 4 units. CSU; UC — credit limitation
PREREQUISITE: By audition only.
Oceanside Campus
Room #
+2142 DAIL
3:00pm-5:00pm CONAHAN P
2.0 OC GYM
(10/01-03/01)
This class is designated for those interested in men’s intercollegiate/
competitive basketball.
+2143 TBA
MULVILLE D
2.0 OC GYM
(10/01-03/01)
This class is designated for those interested in women’s intercollegiate/competitive basketball.
Advanced level instruction and training in soccer skills, techniques, and
strategies. UC CREDIT LIMITATION: Any or all activity courses, maximum
credit, 4 units. CSU; UC — credit limitation
PREREQUISITE: By audition only.
Oceanside Campus
Room #
+2145 DAIL
2:00pm-4:00pm SKVARNA N
2.0 FIELD
This class is designated for those interested in women’s intercollegiate/competitive soccer.
+2144 DAIL
3:00pm-5:00pm CAMPERELL E
2.0 FIELD
(08/23-12/17)
This class is designated for those interested in men’s intercollegiate/competitive soccer.
KINE 190 Introduction to Kinesiology
Introductory course for students interested in exploring careers in kinesiology
and sports medicine including personal training, health and fitness, physical therapy, massage therapy, rehabilitation, athletic training, strength and
conditioning, coaching, physical education, and sports management. CSU
Oceanside Campus
• 2110
TTH
Online
3095 ONL
12:30pm-1:45pm
Room #
FULBRIGHT R
3.0 OC3103
FULBRIGHT R
3.0 ONLINE
KINE 200 Physical Education in the Elementary School
Students will learn to create physical education curriculum, units, and individual
lesson plans to best meet the needs of elementary school age children. CSU
Designed to study exercise implications for special populations related to age,
medical condition, and level of fitness. Topics include exercise prescription
for cardiac conditions, diabetes, orthopedic, obese, neuromuscular, pregnant,
athletic, and older adult populations.
Oceanside Campus
2112
TTH
11:00am-11:50am HACKETT J
Room #
2.0 OC1202
KINE 299P(3.0) Coop Work Experience — Occupational
For students whose work is related to their declared major. CSU
COREQUISITES: Students must be employed in a position directly related to
their declared major and must complete 75 hours of paid work or 60 hours
of non-paid work per unit of credit.
NOTE: To receive instructor consent and permission number,
students must submit employer contact information. Go to
www.miracosta.edu/dataform or the Career Center in Building
3700, Oceanside campus, to complete the form. Questions? Call
(760) 795-6772.
2161 ARR
STAFF
3.0 THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/17).
Law
See Administration of Justice
Library
LIBR 101 College Research Skills
This course provides students with an understanding of print and electronic
resources available in academic libraries as well as research skills that can
be used to find information for papers, presentations, and other class assignments. CSU; UC
Late-Start/Oceanside
Room #
Late-Start/San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
Room #
2951 ARR
STAFF
1.0 OC1201
This one-unit course requires 32 hours of work in the library.
Upon completion of the course workbook, a student may take
the final exam. All course work must be completed before the
end of the semester. A librarian is available during library/HUB
hours for assistance.
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/17).
An overview of the field of sports medicine. Focus will be on prevention,
first-aid, and treatment of sports injuries. CSU; UC
2950 ARR
GANGULI V
1.0 SAN107
This one-unit course requires 32 hours of work in the library.
Upon completion of the course workbook, a student may take
the final exam. All course work must be completed before the
end of the semester. A librarian is available during library/HUB
hours for assistance.
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/17).
Oceanside Campus
LATE-START/Online
Online
3094 ONL
FULBRIGHT R
3.0 ONLINE
KINE 203 Techniques in Athletic Training
2152 M
8:00am-10:45am JACOBS A
&ARR
+16 hours.
Room #
2.0 OCT413
KINE 204 Techniques and Analysis of Fitness and Weight Training
Students create comprehensive fitness programs that include muscular
strength and endurance, flexibility, and cardio respiratory and core training
to meet individual clients needs. UC CREDIT LIMITATION: Any or all KINE
theory courses, maximum credit, 8 units. CSU; UC — credit limitation
Oceanside Campus
2111
Online
TTH
&TTH
3151 ONL
2:00pm-3:00pm
3:00pm-4:15pm
Room #
FULBRIGHT R
3.0 OC4801
OC5004
FULBRIGHT R
3.0 ONLINE
+Repeatable course
2953 ONL
MA R
1.0 ONLINE
This course will be taught on the Internet via Blackboard. Enrolled
students must e-mail the instructor before the first day of class.
For course information and e-mail, go to http://library.miracosta.
edu and select “Library Classes.”
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/17).
LIBR 108 Research Strategies for the Online World
Through lecture, discussion, and course work, students will acquire lifelong
research and information literacy skills to effectively access, evaluate, and
utilize information resources. Students will develop an efficient research
strategy, making maximum use of online catalogs, electronic books, full-text
periodical and reference databases, as well as Internet resources. CSU; UC
LATE-START/Online
2662 ONL
STAFF
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/17).
*Meets off-campus (see page 114)
CSU; UC: Transferable course
3.0 ONLINE
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KINE 188 Intercollegiate Soccer, Men/Women
Units Room #
miraCosta CREDIT courses • Fall 2010
Class # Days
Time
Instructor
Units Room #
Class # Days
Time
Instructor
Units Room #
Mathematics
LING 110 Language Structure and Linguistics
Note: For students whose programs require statistics for Behavioral
Science, see PSYC 104, or SOC 104.
A grounding in the grammatical patterns of English syntax and their application to issues in real-world usage. CSU; UC
ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 100.
Oceanside Campus
2165 TTH
9:30am-10:45am
PERALES D
Room #
3.0 OC3607
Literature
See also Dramatic Literature (DRAM 120)
LIT 120 Introduction to Literature
ALL COURSES
Linguistics
This course provides a general introduction to literary genres — prose fiction
(short story and novel), poetry, drama and film — in order to enhance students’
skills in analyzing texts and film with insight. CSU; UC
ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 100.
Oceanside Campus
Room #
2169 MW
9:30am-10:45am FIGUEROA M
3.0 OC3607
Section 2169 will focus on Latino/Latina literature.
2166 TTH
11:00am-12:15pm JARA J
3.0 OCT307
2168 T
6:30pm-9:15pm JARA J
3.0 OC3607
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
2167 MW
12:30pm-1:45pm
ORDWAY H
Room #
3.0 SAN201
LIT 250 American Literature
A survey of major writers and literary movements in America from roughly
1492 to 1877. CSU; UC
ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 100.
Oceanside Campus
2170 MW
11:00am-12:15pm SULLIVAN J
Room #
3.0 OC3607
LIT 260 English Literature
Survey of major writers in English literature from the Anglo-Saxon era to the
18th century. Students will read plays, poetry, prose, and fiction representing
a variety of styles and periods. CSU; UC
ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 100.
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
2171 TTH
12:30pm-1:45pm
MUSHINSKY J
Room #
3.0 SAN502
LIT 270 World Literature
A survey of world literature from the ancient period to the 1600s, including
literature of the Middle East, Asia, Africa, Europe, and the Americas. CSU; UC
ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 100.
Oceanside Campus
2172 MW
9:30am-10:45am
KIRWAN J
Room #
3.0 OC3512
Massage Therapy
See Health (HEAL 110, 210, 215, 220)
New to MiraCosta College?
Then make a little time for orientation! You’ll find it useful––
whether you plan to take just a few courses or earn a degree.
Complete orientation online:
www.miracosta.edu/orientation
50
Online: Go to www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta
MATH 101 Intermediate Algebra
Study of radicals, rational expressions, relations and functions, exponential
and logarithmic functions, and equations. Offered in both traditional and
self-paced format.
PREREQUISITE: MATH 830 or MATH 830B with a “C” or better, or qualification through the Math Competency Exam or approved equivalent.
Enrollment Limitation: Students may earn a maximum of 4 units in any
combination of MATH 101, MATH 101A, and MATH 101B.
Oceanside Campus
2713
• 2712
2715
2725
2717
2718
2719
• 2720
2796
2716
• 2794
2714
• 2721
2722
2724
TTH
MW
TTH
MW
TTH
TTH
TTH
MW
MW
TTH
MW
TTH
MW
TTH
MW
7:00am-8:45am
7:30am-9:15am
9:00am-10:45am
9:00am-10:45am
11:00am-12:45pm
1:00pm-2:45pm
1:00pm-2:45pm
2:00pm-3:45pm
2:00pm-3:45pm
3:00pm-4:45pm
3:00pm-4:45pm
4:30pm-6:15pm
4:30pm-6:15pm
6:30pm-8:15pm
6:30pm-8:15pm
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
• 2828
2727
• 2726
2765
2795
2723
TTH
MW
TTH
MW
TTH
MW
7:30am-9:15am
11:00am-12:45pm
2:30pm-4:15pm
4:30pm-6:15pm
4:30pm-6:15pm
6:30pm-8:15pm
Online
LATE-START/Online
Room #
KELLY M
DUBININ S
LAUREL M
SAFARALIAN L
NAKAMURA L
DUNBAR K
NAKAMURA L
MERCADO S
TOWERS J
DUNBAR K
AVETISIAN D
POOL J
MERCADO S
BURGESS D
KOMANCHECK J
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
OC3509
OC3509
OC3608
OC3508
OC3507
OC3608
OC3507
OC3509
OC3517
OC3608
OC3508
OC3509
OC3509
OC3508
OC3507
KASHYAP N
NODDINGS V
DALTON M
ZIAI B
NAVO C
ZIAI B
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
SAN305
SAN305
SAN407
SAN304
SAN305
SAN304
Room #
2767 ONL
CONGLETON C
4.0 ONLINE
After enrolling, go to http://blackboard.miracosta.edu, log in using your Surf ID and Password, and go to the homepage for this
course. Follow the instructions given there to purchase and log
into the required course software, MyMathLab (MML). You must
log into MML by Wednesday of the first week of classes AND
complete all assignments in Lesson One by Sunday of the first
week of classes. Students who miss either of these deadlines will
be dropped. All tests are paper-and-pencil tests and are given on
campus or at instructor-approved testing centers.
2774 ONL
CONGLETON C
4.0 ONLINE
After enrolling, go to http://blackboard.miracosta.edu, log in using your Surf ID and Password, and go to the homepage for this
course. Follow the instructions given there to purchase and log
into the required course software, MyMathLab (MML). You must
log into MML by Wednesday of the first week of classes AND
complete all assignments in Lesson One by Sunday of the first
week of classes. Students who miss either of these deadlines will
be dropped. All tests are paper-and-pencil tests and are given on
campus or at instructor-approved testing centers.
2979 ONL
BELTRAN-AGUILAR4.0 ONLINE
This online class requires students to take proctored tests given
on campus. After enrolling, go to http://blackboard.miracosta.edu,
log in using your Surf ID and Password, and go to the homepage
for this course. Follow the instructions given there to purchase
and log into the required course software.
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/17).
2980 ONL
HARLAND J
4.0 ONLINE
Go to http://yourmathgal.com, click Online Classes, and follow
instructions. Students take proctored tests on campus. All information is at http://yourmathgal.com.
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (10/18-12/11).
• On-Campus with Limited Online
Hybrid: On-Campus and Online
miraCosta CREDIT courses • Fall 2010
Class # Days
Time
Instructor
Units Room #
Class # Days
Time
Mathematics
Mathematics
MATH 101B Intermediate Algebra Part 2
MATH 103 Statistics (continued)
This algebra course covers rational expressions, relations and functions,
and exponential and logarithmic functions. Students may be required to
take proctored exams.
PREREQUISITE: MATH 101A with a grade of “C” or better.
Enrollment Limitation: Students may earn a maximum of 4 units in any
combination of MATH 101, MATH 101A, and MATH 101B.
Online
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
• 2766
• 2787
• 2788
• 2771
• 3134
TTH
MW
TTH
TTH
TTH
9:00am-10:45am
9:00am-10:45am
11:00am-12:45pm
4:30pm-6:15pm
6:30pm-8:15pm
Instructor
Units Room #
AVERY P
KNAPPEN M
AVERY P
SALEHPOOR Z
BLAMEY T
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
Room #
SAN304
SAN501
SAN304
SAN304
SAN501
2779 ONL
APALATEA J
2.0 ONLINE
On-campus attendance required for multiple tests. Please read
the syllabus for more information BEFORE you enroll. Mandatory
orientation for enrolled students (and more information about
the class), can be found at www.miracosta.edu/home/japalatea.
Mandatory orientation must be completed no later than 11:59 pm
on the first day of the class (or within 24 hours if you add after
the first day of class).
Online
MATH 103 Statistics
Required for students working toward a multiple subjects credential in
elementary education. Includes introduction to problem solving, sets, systems of numeration, elementary number theory, and the study of arithmetic
algorithms. UC CREDIT LIMITATION: Credit for MATH 105 or 106. CSU;
UC — credit limitation
PREREQUISITE: MATH 101 or MATH 101B with a grade of “C” or better or
qualification through the Math Competency Exam or approved equivalent.
• 2728
2729
• 2731
• 2732
• 2733
• 2730
MW
TTH
MW
TTH
TTH
TTH
7:00am-8:45am
7:30am-9:15am
12:30pm-2:15pm
3:30pm-5:15pm
6:30pm-8:15pm
7:00pm-8:45pm
ZAHEDANI H
RAJAH M
PICKETT B
PICKETT B
JOLLEY J
ZAHEDANI H
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
Oceanside Campus
• 2734
Room #
OC3508
OC3517
OC3608
OC3517
OC3517
OC3608
MW
2:30pm-3:45pm
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
2829 TTH
9:30am-10:45am
Room #
BELTRAN-AGUILAR3.0 OC3608
Room #
FERREIRAE K
3.0 SAN305
MiraCosta College Math Course Sequences
MATH 820 or MATH 820A and MATH 820B
Pre-Algebra

NonTransfer
MATH 830 or MATH 830A and MATH 830B
Elementary Algebra

MATH 101 or MATH 101A and MATH 101B
Intermediate Algebra

MATH 103
Statistics
MATH 105
Concepts & Structures of Elem. Math I

MATH 115
Calculus
MATH 125
College Algebra
MATH 106
Concepts & Structures of Elem. Math II
MATH 130
Trigonometry

MATH 135
Pre-Calculus
These courses
may be taken
concurrently


MATH 150
Calculus & Analytic Geometry

MATH 226
Discreet Math

MATH 155
Calculus & Analytic Geometry
Transfer

These courses
may be taken
concurrently
+Repeatable course

MATH 260
Calculus & Analytic Geometry


MATH 265
Differential Equations
MATH 270
Linear Algebra
*Meets off-campus (see page 114)
CSU; UC: Transferable course
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MATH 105 Concepts and Structures of Elementary Mathematics I
This course introduces data analysis. Topics include design of experiments,
descriptive statistics, correlation and regression, probability, sampling, estimation, and significance testing. Students use appropriate technology to
analyze real-world data. UC CREDIT LIMITATION: Credit for MATH 103, BIO
180/BTEC 180, or PSYC 104/SOC 104. CSU; UC — credit limitation
PREREQUISITE: MATH 101 or MATH 101B with a grade of “C” or better or
qualification through the Math Competency Exam or approved equivalent.
Oceanside Campus
2981 ONL
AVERY P
4.0 ONLINE
After enrolling, go to http://blackboard.miracosta.edu and log in
using your surf ID and password. Go to the home page for this
section to find information regarding the class. This class is taught
online with tests (on paper) in the Math Learning Center at the
San Elijo campus.
miraCosta CREDIT courses • Fall 2010
Class # Days
Time
Instructor
Units Room #
Class # Days
Time
Mathematics
MATH 115 Calculus with Applications
MATH 130 Trigonometry
This course relates calculus to real-world applications in social science, economics, and business and is intended for students majoring in those fields. UC
CREDIT LIMITATION: Credit for MATH 115 or 150. CSU; UC — credit limitation
PREREQUISITE: MATH 101 or MATH 101B with a grade of “C” or better or
qualification through the Math Competency Exam or approved equivalent.
Oceanside Campus
2797 MW
2735 TTH
2738 MW
7:30am-9:15am
9:30am-11:15am
4:30pm-6:15pm
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
ALL COURSES
Mathematics
2736 MW
2737 TTH
1:00pm-2:45pm
4:30pm-6:15pm
Online
Room #
RAJAH M
RAJAH M
LAUREL M
4.0 OC3517
4.0 OC3517
4.0 OC3517
NODDINGS V
TOWERS J
4.0 SAN305
4.0 SAN501
Room #
2977 ONL
APALATEA J
4.0 ONLINE
On-campus attendance required for multiple tests. Please read
the syllabus for more information BEFORE you enroll. Mandatory
orientation for enrolled students (and more information about
the class), can be found at www.miracosta.edu/home/japalatea.
Mandatory orientation must be completed no later than 11:59 pm
on the first day of the class (or within 24 hours if you add after
the first day of class).
MATH 125 College Algebra
Topics include definitions, properties, and graphs of functions and inverse
functions, zeros of polynomial functions, exponential and logarithmic functions, systems of equations. UC CREDIT LIMITATION: Credit for MATH 125
or 135. CSU; UC — credit limitation
PREREQUISITE: MATH 101 or MATH 101B with a grade of “C” or better or
qualification through the Math Competency Exam or approved equivalent.
Oceanside Campus
2978
• 2740
• 2826
2741
TTH
MW
TTH
MW
7:30am-8:45am
1:00pm-2:15pm
3:00pm-4:15pm
6:30pm-7:45pm
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
2739 MW
9:30am-10:45am
Online
Room #
NACOZY F
AVETISIAN D
FOSSUM N
JACKSON C
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
OC3508
OC3508
OC3507
OC3509
FERREIRAE K
3.0 SAN304
Room #
2782 ONL
NAKAMURA L
3.0 ONLINE
This online class requires students to take proctored tests given
on campus. After enrolling, go to http://blackboard.miracosta.edu,
log in using your Surf ID and Password, and go to the homepage
for this course. Follow the instructions given there to purchase and
log into the required course software. You must log in no later than
11:59pm on the first day of class (or within 24 hours if you add
after the first day of class) or you will be dropped as a no-show
and your seat will be given to another student.
LATE-START/Online
2805 ONL
CARLETON R
3.0 ONLINE
Students are required to take proctored tests given on campus.
Enrolled students must e-mail instructor (rcarleton@miracosta.
edu) by end of the first day of class (or within 24 hours of enrolling if after the first day of class) for syllabus and ID number for
online material.
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/17).
Need math help?
Drop by the Math Learning
Center in the library for
a variety of services
designed to help you
succeed in your
MiraCosta math class!
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Online: Go to www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta
Instructor
Units Room #
Topics include definitions, properties, graphs, and equations of trigonometric
functions, applications, and identities. NOTE: A graphics calculator is required.
Please attend the first class meeting before purchasing. CSU
PREREQUISITE: MATH 101 or MATH 101B with a grade of “C” or better or
qualification through the Math Competency Exam or approved equivalent.
Oceanside Campus
2744
2743
2798
• 2745
• 2746
TTH
TTH
MW
MW
TTH
9:30am-10:45am
11:30am-12:45pm
12:30pm-1:45pm
5:00pm-6:15pm
5:00pm-6:15pm
NACOZY F
3.0
RAJAH M
3.0
RAJAH M
3.0
BELTRAN-AGUILAR3.0
BELTRAN-AGUILAR3.0
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
• 2747
MW
2827 TTH
11:00am-12:15pm KNAPPEN M
6:30pm-7:45pm NAVO C
Online
LATE-START/Online
Room #
OC3508
OC3517
OC3517
OC3508
OC3508
Room #
3.0 SAN501
3.0 SAN305
2775 ONL
CARLETON R
3.0 ONLINE
Students are required to take proctored tests given on campus.
Enrolled students must e-mail instructor (rcarleton@miracosta.
edu) by end of the first day of class (or within 24 hours of enrolling if after the first day of class) for syllabus and ID number for
online material.
2837 ONL
HARLAND J
3.0 ONLINE
Go to http://yourmathgal.com, click Online Classes, and follow
instructions. Students take proctored tests on campus. All information is at http://yourmathgal.com.
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/17).
MATH 135 Pre-Calculus Mathematics
A study of functions and their properties. NOTE: A graphics calculator is required. Please attend the first class meeting before purchasing. UC CREDIT
LIMITATION: Credit for MATH 125 or 135. CSU; UC — credit limitation
PREREQUISITE: MATH 130 with a grade of “C” or better or qualification
through the Math Competency Exam or approved equivalent.
COREQUISITE: MATH 130 if prerequisite not met.
Oceanside Campus
2748 MW
• 2750 TTH
2751 MW
9:30am-11:45am
1:00pm-3:15pm
5:30pm-7:45pm
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
• 2749
TTH
Online
11:00am-1:15pm
Room #
RAJAH M
PICKETT B
TOWERS J
5.0 OC3517
5.0 OC3517
5.0 OC3608
PEROVIC Z
5.0 SAN501
Room #
2976 ONL
APALATEA J
5.0 ONLINE
On-campus attendance required for multiple tests. Please read
the syllabus for more information BEFORE you enroll. Mandatory
orientation for enrolled students (and more information about
the class), can be found at www.miracosta.edu/home/japalatea.
Mandatory orientation must be completed no later than 11:59 pm
on the first day of the class (or within 24 hours if you add after
the first day of class).
MATH 150 Calculus and Analytic Geometry I
This course is the first in a three-semester calculus sequence designed for
mathematics, science, and engineering majors. Topics include limits, derivatives, an introduction to integration, and applications of integrals. NOTE: A
graphics calculator is required. Please attend the first class meeting before
purchasing. UC CREDIT LIMITATION: Credit for MATH 115 or 150. CSU;
UC — credit limitation
PREREQUISITE: MATH 130 and MATH 135 with a grade of “C” or better or
qualification through the Math Competency Exam or approved equivalent.
Oceanside Campus
• 2752
• 2783
MW
TTH
2754 MW
9:30am-11:45am
1:00pm-3:15pm
6:30pm-8:45pm
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
2753 TTH
11:00am-1:15pm
• On-Campus with Limited Online
Room #
PEROVIC Z
BONDS D
LAUREL M
5.0 OC3509
5.0 OC3509
5.0 OC3517
NODDINGS V
5.0 SAN305
Hybrid: On-Campus and Online
Room #
miraCosta CREDIT courses • Fall 2010
Class # Days
Time
Instructor
Units Room #
Class # Days
Time
Instructor
Units Room #
Mathematics
MATH 155 Calculus and Analytic Geometry II
This course for mathematics, science, and engineering majors covers advanced
integration techniques, improper integrals, infinite series, conic sections,
parametric equations, and polar coordinates. NOTE: A graphics calculator is
required. Please attend the first class meeting before purchasing. CSU; UC
PREREQUISITE: MATH 150 with a grade of “C” or better or approved
equivalent.
Oceanside Campus
• 2755
MW
2772 TTH
11:00am-12:45pm BONDS D
4:30pm-6:15pm NAKAMURA L
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
2769 TTH
1:30pm-3:15pm
NODDINGS V
Room #
4.0 OC3507
4.0 OC3507
Room #
4.0 SAN305
MATH 226 Discrete Mathematics
Designed for students majoring in mathematics or computer science. An
introduction to discrete mathematics including logic, methods of proof,
number theory, sets, counting, relations, recursion, recurrence relations,
and Boolean algebra. CSU; UC
PREREQUISITE: MATH 135 with a grade of “C” or better or qualification
through the Math Competency Exam or approved equivalent.
Oceanside Campus
• 2830
MW
Online
3:00pm-4:15pm
PEROVIC Z
Room #
3.0 OC3507
2834 ONL
PEROVIC Z
3.0 ONLINE
Tests and the Final Exam must be taken on campus. Dates and
more information will be provided after the semester begins. After
enrolling, go to http://blackboard.miracosta.edu, log in using your
Surf ID and Password, and click on the link to this course to access the syllabus and more information about this class. Reading
and homework assignments will be posted on Blackboard, and
students may also attend the classroom lecture section on campus.
MATH 260 Calculus and Analytic Geometry III
This course for mathematics, science, and engineering majors covers vectors
in two and three space, graphs of quadric surfaces, vector-valued functions
of several variables, partial differentiation and multiple integration, vector
fields, and line integrals and conservative fields. CSU; UC
PREREQUISITE: MATH 155 with a grade of “C” or better or approved
equivalent.
Oceanside Campus
2756 MW
9:00am-10:45am DUNBAR K
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
• 2770
TTH
2:00pm-3:45pm
PEROVIC Z
Room #
4.0 OC3608
Room #
This course introduces ordinary differential equations of first and higher (mostly
second) order as well as systems of linear differential equations. CSU; UC
PREREQUISITE: MATH 155 with a grade of “C” or better or approved
equivalent.
Oceanside Campus
MW
12:30pm-1:45pm
PEROVIC Z
Room #
3.0 OC3509
MATH 270 Linear Algebra
This introduction to linear algebra includes matrix algebra, Gaussian elimination,
determinant of a matrix, vector spaces, linear transformations, orthogonality,
and eigenvalues and eigenvectors CSU; UC
PREREQUISITE: MATH 260 with a grade of “C” or better or approved
equivalent.
COREQUISITE: MATH 260 if prerequisite not met.
Oceanside Campus
2784 MW
11:00am-12:15pm TOWERS J
Ten reasons why attending MiraCosta College and
transferring to a four-year college or university may be
the smartest way to get a bachelor’s degree:
1University of California gives first priority to CA community college
transfers.
2 Transfer Admission Guarantee (TAG) programs.
3 Location close to home and work.
4 Smaller class sizes for lower division courses than at UC or CSU.
5 Free tutoring and other services to help you succeed.
6 High quality instruction.
7High success rates—statistics show that community college transfers
often earn GPAs as high or higher than their counterparts who start at
UC or CSU.
4.0 SAN501
MATH 265 Differential Equations
• 2768
ALL COURSES
The Best
Way to Get
Into a UC
or CSU is
Through a
Community
College—
MiraCosta
College!
8 Low per unit cost is the best value around.
9 A Counseling and Transfer Center to help you get there.
10 It just makes sense!
Start planning for your bachelor’s degree today—visit
the Counseling or Transfer Center for help in choosing a
major and developing your education plan!
General Education + Prep for
the Major + Strong GPA =
Transfer Success!
Room #
3.0 OC3608
To make an appointment with the Counseling Center on
the Oceanside or Cardiff campus, call (760) 795-6670.
To make an appointment with a Transfer Center counselor
for either Oceanside or Cardiff, call (760) 795-6880.
See page 12–13 for course patterns for University of California (IGETC)
and California State University.
+Repeatable course
*Meets off-campus (see page 114)
CSU; UC: Transferable course
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miraCosta CREDIT courses • Fall 2010
Class # Days
Time
Instructor
Units Room #
Class # Days
Time
Mathematics
MATH 820 Pre-Algebra
MATH 830 Elementary Algebra
This course prepares students for Elementary Algebra (MATH 830) by covering
fractions, decimals, and percents, basic geometry, algebraic concepts, square
roots, and applications. Students may be required to take proctored exams.
Oceanside Campus
2757 MW
2759 TTH
2760 TTH
• 2761 TTH
• 2758 MW
• 2763 TTH
2762 TTH
7:00am-8:45am
7:00am-8:45am
9:00am-10:45am
11:00am-12:45pm
1:00pm-2:45pm
1:00pm-2:45pm
6:30pm-8:15pm
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
ALL COURSES
Mathematics
• 2764
• 2831
TTH
MW
Online
DUNBAR K
BROWN C
BROWN C
BONDS D
BONDS D
PARTAINE L
BUTLER J
11:00am-12:45pm JOHNSON D
6:30pm-8:15pm LEDERMAN B
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
Room #
OC3608
OC3507
OC3507
OC3509
OC3507
OC3508
OC3507
Room #
4.0 SAN307
4.0 SAN501
2799 ONL
CONGLETON C
4.0 ONLINE
After enrolling, go to http://blackboard.miracosta.edu, log in using your Surf ID and Password, and go to the homepage for this
course. Follow the instructions given there to purchase and log
into the required course software, MyMathLab (MML). You must
log into MML by Wednesday of the first week of classes AND
complete all assignments in Lesson One by Sunday of the first
week of classes. Students who miss either of these deadlines will
be dropped. All tests are paper-and-pencil tests and are given on
campus or at instructor-approved testing centers.
2982 ONL
CONGLETON C
4.0 ONLINE
After enrolling, go to http://blackboard.miracosta.edu, log in using your Surf ID and Password, and go to the homepage for this
course. Follow the instructions given there to purchase and log
into the required course software, MyMathLab (MML). You must
log into MML by Wednesday of the first week of classes AND
complete all assignments in Lesson One by Sunday of the first
week of classes. Students who miss either of these deadlines will
be dropped. All tests are paper-and-pencil tests and are given on
campus or at instructor-approved testing centers.
LATE-START/Online
2983 ONL
KASHYAP N
4.0 ONLINE
After enrolling, go to http://blackboard.miracosta.edu and log in
using your surf ID and password. Go to homepage for this course
to find information regarding mandatory orientation and how to
purchase and log into required course software, MyMathLab(MML)
(includes e-book). Students may be dropped if they do not purchase and log into MML by first day of class or within 24 hours of
enrolling if after first day of class.This class is taught online with
3 on-campus tests (on paper).
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/17).
MATH 820B Pre-Algebra Part 2
This successor course to MATH 820A prepares students for Elementary
Algebra (MATH 830) by covering perimeters, areas, and volumes of geometric figures, fundamental algebraic concepts, square roots, and applications.
Students may be required to take proctored exams.
PREREQUISITE: MATH 820A with a grade of C or better.
Enrollment Limitation: Students may earn a maximum of 4 units in any
combination of MATH 820, MATH 820A, and MATH 820B.
Online
2781 ONL
ZYBURT J
2.0 ONLINE
Students are required to take proctored assessments on campus.
For more information before and after enrolling, go to www.miracosta.edu/home/jzyburt Students will be dropped if they do not
complete the mandatory online orientation (including purchasing
and enrolling in the online class materials) by 11:59 pm on the
first day of the class (or within 24 hours of enrolling if after the
first day of class).
Instructor
Units Room #
Designed to prepare students for Intermediate Algebra. Topics include
simplifying algebraic expressions involving polynomials and rational terms;
factoring; solving linear equations; solving quadratic equations using factoring;
analyzing graphs of linear equations; and solving applied problems. Offered
in both traditional and self-paced formats.
PREREQUISITE: MATH 820 or MATH 820B with a “C” or better or qualification through the Math Competency Exam or approved equivalent.
Enrollment Limitation: Students may earn a maximum of 4 units in any
combination of MATH 830, MATH 830A and MATH MATH 830.
Oceanside Campus
• 2699
2700
• 2701
2702
• 2704
2705
• 2707
• 2703
2708
• 2800
2709
2833
Room #
MW
7:00am-8:45am PICKETT B
4.0 OC3507
TTH
7:00am-8:45am WILLIAMS C
4.0 OC3608
MW
9:00am-10:45am PICKETT B
4.0 OC3507
TTH
9:00am-10:45am KELLY M
4.0 OC3509
MW
11:00am-12:45pm DUBININ S
4.0 OC3508
TTH
11:00am-12:45pm LAUREL M
4.0 OC3608
Section 2705 is designed for students in the First Year Experience
Program. Contact Counseling at 760-795-6670.
TTH
11:00am-12:45pm PARTAINE L
4.0 OC3508
TTH
3:00pm-4:45pm BELTRAN-AGUILAR4.0 OC3508
MW
4:30pm-6:15pm WILLIAMS C
4.0 OC3507
TTH
5:00pm-6:45pm FOSSUM N
4.0 OC3608
TTH
6:30pm-8:15pm POOL J
4.0 OC3509
MW
6:30pm-8:15pm BUTLER J
4.0 OC3508
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
• 2786
2710
• 2848
• 2706
• 2785
TTH
MW
MW
MW
TTH
9:00am-10:45am
11:00am-12:45pm
1:00pm-2:45pm
4:30pm-6:15pm
6:30pm-8:15pm
Online
LATE-START/Online
JOHNSON D
FERREIRAE K
GLOAG A
LEDERMAN B
SALEHPOOR Z
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
Room #
SAN307
SAN304
SAN501
SAN501
SAN304
2984 ONL
HARLAND J
4.0 ONLINE
THIS IS AN 8 WEEK CLASS, (08/23-10/16)
Go to http://yourmathgal.com, click Online Classes, and follow
instructions. Students take proctored tests on campus. All information is at http://yourmathgal.com.
2711 ONL
HARLAND J
4.0 ONLINE
Go to http://yourmathgal.com, click Online Classes, and follow
instructions. Students take proctored tests on campus. All information is at http://yourmathgal.com.
2773 ONL
HARLAND J
4.0 ONLINE
Go to http://yourmathgal.com, click Online Classes, and follow
instructions. Students take proctored tests on campus. All information is at http://yourmathgal.com.
2832 ONL
SAFARALIAN L
4.0 ONLINE
Students are required to take proctored assessment on campus.
The entire class will be taught on www.coursecompass.com and
not on Blackboard. The course ID will be sent to enrolled students
one week before class starts. Also, students may e-mail the instructor lsafaralian@miracosta.edu to get the course ID. You can
purchase the material from the campus bookstore or at www.
coursecompass.com. Students will be dropped if they do not
complete the mandatory online orientation (including purchasing
and enrolling in the ) by 11:59 pm on the first day of the class (or
within 24 hours of enrolling if after the first day of class.)
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/17).
Need computer help?
Call or e-mail the Student Help Desk!
Get help with any college computer system —
Blackboard, SURF, Wimba, Elluminate Live, and others.
Mon.–Fri. 8 a.m.–4:30 p.m. Extended hours during registration.
(760) 795-6655 or studenthelp@miracosta.edu
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Online: Go to www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta
• On-Campus with Limited Online
Hybrid: On-Campus and Online
miraCosta CREDIT courses • Fall 2010
Class # Days
Time
Instructor
Units Room #
Class # Days
Time
Instructor
Mathematics
Media Arts and Technologies
MATH 830B Elementary Algebra Part 2
MAT 140 Maya: 3D Animation
This second half of Elementary Algebra covers simplifying algebraic expressions involving rational expressions, factoring, solving quadratic equations
using factoring, and solving applied problems. Students may be required to
take proctored exams.
PREREQUISITE: MATH 830A with a grade of “C” or better.
Repeatability: Students may earn a maximum of 4 units in any combination
of MATH 830, MATH 830A, and MATH 830B.
Online
Learn the entire 3D development process from concepts through development to execution using Maya, an industry standard. You will learn how to
develop storyboards, 3D environment design including lighting and camera
angles, efficient modeling and texturing techniques, object, character and
camera animation, and final rendering to video. CSU
ADVISORY: MAT 120.
Oceanside Campus
2189 W
5:30pm-9:15pm
MAT 110 Digital Imaging 1: Adobe Photoshop
Introduction to the digital imaging software program, Adobe Photoshop.
Students will use photo editing and color correction tools to enhance digital
images and to create special effects using the computer. Projects include
raster graphic designs for use in print publishing, website design, and multimedia. Involves considerable hands-on instruction and multiple projects. CSU
Oceanside Campus
2195
2194
2193
2203
T
W
M
TH
9:30am-12:15pm
12:30pm-3:15pm
6:30pm-9:15pm
6:30pm-9:15pm
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
2196 MW
2197 TH
9:30am-10:45am
2:00pm-4:45pm
Online
LATE-START/Online
2198 ONL
Room #
MALONE J
MALONE J
NAAGE Y
O’BARR C
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
OC4607
OC4607
OC4607
OC4607
BRIZENDINE D
MALONE J
3.0 SAN108
3.0 SAN108
BRIZENDINE D
3.0 ONLINE
Room #
Learn the tricks of web animation using Flash, one of the industry’s standard
web design tools! Build your skills in the latest techniques using motion
and step animation techniques. Create rich, interactive, internet content with
video and ActionScript, Flash’s powerful scripting tool. Every Web designer
needs these skills. CSU
ADVISORY: MAT 120; MAT 125; MAT 135.
2183 TH
1:30pm-5:15pm
Online
2187 ONL
3.0 ONLINE
Room #
CLEVELAND K
3.0 OC4610
CLEVELAND K
3.0 ONLINE
MAT 155 Graphic Design 2: Typography
Typography is one of the most vital components of all visual communication.
Learn the essential typographic principles to improve the meaning and impact
of your message through design and composition using type/image, type/
color, and semantic/syntactic relationships. CSU
ADVISORY: MAT 135
Oceanside Campus
2215 MW
11:30am-1:15pm
UHLIK J
Room #
3.0 OC4622
MAT 160 Video 1: Production
Learn how to make video that really tells a story. The digital video production
environment is covered in detail, from concept and storyboard, setting up and
shooting scenes, through editing and mastering final projects. Editing using
Apple’s industry leading Final Cut HD is covered throughout the course. CSU
ADVISORY: MAT 120.
Oceanside Campus
2199 ONL
MALONE J
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/17).
Room #
3.0 OC4622
MAT 150 Flash 1: Animation and Interactivity
Oceanside Campus
Media Arts and Technologies
KATSOFF J
2191 M
5:30pm-9:15pm
FORD D
Room #
3.0 OC4622
MAT 165 Web Design 2: Tools and Techniques
Create your own interactive CD or DVD! Learn the techniques the pros use
to develop real-world projects, including digital video, digital audio, 3D animation, image manipulation, and interactive design. Concept development and
project management are stressed throughout. CSU
Learn the latest version of the industry leading web design software, Adobe
Creative Suite (Dreamweaver, Fireworks, Flash) to create compelling and
powerful Web pages. Harness the power of cascading style sheets, templates, layers, and more. CSU
ADVISORY: MAT 125.
Oceanside Campus
Oceanside Campus
MAT 120 Interactive Media Production
2175 F
9:30am-1:15pm
Room #
PRIOR R
3.0 OC4622
MAT 125 Web Design 1: Fundamentals
Learn to build Web pages from the ground up, using HTML and XHTML, including image and animation techniques. Implement style sheets and Javascript,
upload your final Web site to a Web server, and maintain using FTP. CSU
ADVISORY: CSIT100 and CSIT105 or equivalent.
Oceanside Campus
2177 M
2206 W
1:30pm-5:15pm
5:30pm-9:15pm
Online
2179 ONL
Room #
FAULK C
FAULK C
3.0 OC4610
3.0 OC4610
COTNOIR L
3.0 ONLINE
MAT 135 Graphic Design 1: Principles
This course introduces the concepts and principles of visual communication
and two-dimensional graphic design, such as form, color, grid structures, text/
image relationships, layout design, and typography. CSU; UC
Oceanside Campus
2181 MW
&ONL
9:30am-11:15am UHLIK J
+1 hour weekly online.
Online
2208 ONL
UHLIK J
+Repeatable course
2185 T
3102 TH
9:30am-1:15pm
5:30pm-9:15pm
CLEVELAND K
CLEVELAND K
Room #
3.0 OC4610
3.0 OC4610
MAT 170 Digital Imaging 2: Adobe Illustrator
Introduction to the computer graphics software program, Adobe Illustrator.
Students use computer techniques to create vector graphic designs (company logos, product promotion, and 3-D packaging) for print publishing, web
graphics, and commercial use. Involves considerable hands-on instruction
and multiple projects. CSU
Oceanside Campus
2200 T
6:30pm-9:15pm
Online
2201 ONL
Late-Start/Oceanside
Room #
THORNHILL M
3.0 OC4607
CORNISH R
3.0 ONLINE
2202 TH
9:30am-12:45pm MALONE J
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/09-12/16).
Room #
3.0 OC4607
Room #
3.0 OC4622
ONLINE
3.0 ONLINE
*Meets off-campus (see page 114)
CSU; UC: Transferable course
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ALL COURSES
2777 ONL
APALATEA J
2.0 ONLINE
On-campus attendance required for multiple tests. Please read
the syllabus for more information BEFORE you enroll. Mandatory
orientation for enrolled students (and more information about
the class), can be found at www.miracosta.edu/home/japalatea.
Mandatory orientation must be completed no later than 11:59 pm
on the first day of the class (or within 24 hours if you add after
the first day of class).
Units Room #
miraCosta CREDIT courses • Fall 2010
Class # Days
Time
Instructor
Units Room #
Class # Days
Time
Instructor
Media Arts and Technologies
MAT 180 Publishing 1: Adobe InDesign
MAT 210 Digital Imaging 3: Advanced Photoshop
This course introduces students to the page layout program Adobe InDesign, used by professional graphic designers to create ads, business cards,
brochures, postcards, newsletters, magazines, books, posters, CD covers,
and more. Students will create and package digital files for output to a commercial printer or to a destination publication on the Web. This course involves
considerable hands-on instruction and multiple projects. CSU
Oceanside Campus
2173 T
2:00pm-4:45pm
Online
2174
ONL
MALONE J
Room #
3.0 OC4607
CABALLES C
3.0 ONLINE
Increase your Flash skills and unleash the full power of this amazing program
using ActionScript, Flash’s programming language for interactive media,
games, the Web, and mobile devices. No previous programming experience
or scripting background is required. However, this course is not recommended
for the novice Flash user. CSU
ADVISORY: MAT 150.
Oceanside Campus
2210 T
5:30pm-9:15pm
CLEVELAND K
Room #
3.0 OC4610
MAT 200 Video 2: Post-Production and Special Effects
Take your video production skills to the next level. Learn how to create
compelling video using advanced editing techniques and dazzling special
effects using the industry standard Final Cut HD and Adobe After Effects.
Create sophisticated video sequences by combining video, foley effects,
green screen, and compositing moving layers of graphics, text, photographs,
and video for broadcast, cable, DVD, multimedia, and Web programs. CSU
ADVISORY: MAT 110 or ART 247, MAT 160.
Oceanside Campus
2217 T
5:30pm-9:15pm
FORD D
Room #
3.0 OC4622
It’s never too late to get started on
Your High School Diploma!
Registration: August 17–19 (for Term 1)
October 12–14 (for Term 2)
For more information, call (760) 795-8710
or come by the Community Learning Center,
1831 Mission Avenue, Oceanside
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MiraCo ffers
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Colleg
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2212 TH
BRUINGTON N
Room #
3.0 OC4622
This course develops skills for building database driven, dynamically generated web applications using current database technologies, such as PHP and
MySQL. Students integrate dynamic content into their web-page designs
using Dreamweaver’s database functionality. CSU
ADVISORY: MAT 165.
Online
2213 ONL
COTNOIR L
3.0 ONLINE
MAT 290 Portfolio Development
Create a professional portfolio that showcases your skills and your best work
in the most strategic way. Then learn the necessary presentation skills and
techniques that will help you tell your story in a compelling manner and set
you apart from the competition. CSU
ADVISORY: It is recommended that students complete most courses within
an MAT certificate program before enrolling in MAT 290.
Oceanside Campus
2204 ARR
UHLIK J
Room #
3.0 OC4622
MAT 299P(3.0) Coop Work Exp — Occupational
For students whose work is related to their declared major. CSU
COREQUISITES: Students must be employed in a position directly related to
their declared major and must complete 75 hours of paid work or 60 hours
of non-paid work per unit of credit.
NOTE: To receive instructor consent and permission number,
students must submit employer contact information. Go to
www.miracosta.edu/dataform or the Career Center in Building
3700, Oceanside campus, to complete the form. Questions? Call
(760) 795-6772.
2220 ARR
STAFF
3.0 THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/17).
Medical Administrative Professional
MAP 100 Introduction to Administrative Medical Assisting
Introduces students to the basic administrative procedures of a medical
office, the roles and relationships of the office staff; professionalism and
ethical standards required in a medical office setting.
Oceanside Campus
2232 M
6:00pm-9:15pm
Online
Room #
STRIEBEL K
3.0 OCT430
MCNEAL C
3.0 ONLINE
MAP 102 HIPAA Compliance and Certification
This course provides an easy-to-understand overview of Health Information Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) privacy and security rules
and compliance tasks. The student will be able to summarize the analysis,
training, and technology needed to properly plan and implement privacy and
security policies.
i
beginn 23
t
s
Augu
Online
2224 ONL
56
6:30pm-9:15pm
MAT 225 Dynamic Web Development
2223 ONL
ASS
FREE CL ng
A High School
Diploma or GED
Units Room #
Advanced digital imaging techniques using Adobe Photoshop. Students will
acquire higher level skills for color corrections, complex compositing, and
special effects while practicing short-cut techniques for production. Multiple
projects address preparation of digital files for printing at service bureaus
and screen delivery such as the World Wide Web. CSU
PREREQUISITE: ART 247 or MAT 110.
Enrollment Limitation: Not open to students with prior credit in ART 252
or MAT 210.
Oceanside Campus
MAT 190 Flash 2: ActionScript
ALL COURSES
Media Arts and Technologies
=
CORDEIRO C
3.0 ONLINE
Higher Pay
More Opportunities
A Better Life!
Online: Go to www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta
• On-Campus with Limited Online
Hybrid: On-Campus and Online
miraCosta CREDIT courses • Fall 2010
Class # Days
Time
Instructor
Units Room #
Class # Days
Time
Medical Administrative Professional
Music
MAP 104 Medical Coding
MUS 105 Music Fundamentals
Provides entry-level training in medical information coding: Current Procedural
Terminology 4 (CPT-4), International Classification of Diseases (ICD-9-CM)
Volumes I and II, HCFA Common Procedure Coding System (HCPCS).
Oceanside Campus
Room #
2226 ARR
DAVIS K
3.0 OC4803B
NOTE:This course is offered in a self-paced, flexible-learning format
in the BOT Model Office, 4803B OC. Students must contact the
instructor at kdavis@miracosta.edu to arrange a weekly schedule.
All students must contact the instructor and complete the course
orientation by 9/2/10 or they will be dropped from the class.
MAP 105 Medical Insurance Practice
Oceanside Campus
Room #
2227 ARR
BUTLER A
3.0 OC4803B
NOTE:This course is offered in a self-paced, flexible-learning format
in the BOT Model Office, 4803B OC. Students must contact the
instructor at abutler@miracosta.edu to arrange a weekly schedule.
All students must contact the instructor and complete the course
orientation by 9/2/10 or they will be dropped from the class.
MAP 110 Health Information Management: Introduction to the Electronic
Health Record
This course will provide students with an overview of all the information entered into and extrapolated from an electronic health record (EHR). Students
will examine specific sections of the EHR in relation to health information
management. ADVISORY: MAP 102.
Online
2225 ONL
MCNEAL C
3.0 ONLINE
MAP 299P(3.0) Coop Work Exp — Occupational
For students whose work is related to their declared major. CSU
COREQUISITES: Students must be employed in a position directly related to
their declared major and must complete 75 hours of paid work or 60 hours
of non-paid work per unit of credit.
NOTE: To receive instructor consent and permission number,
students must submit employer contact information. Go to
www.miracosta.edu/dataform or the Career Center in Building
3700, Oceanside campus, to complete the form. Questions? Call
(760) 795-6772.
2229 ARR
STAFF
3.0 THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/17).
MUS 101 Theory I
Chord spelling and four-part writing (voice leading) emphasized. Models of
the 18th and 19th centuries are integrated with contemporary theoretical
practices. CSU; UC. ADVISORY: Concurrent enrollment in MUS 103 and MUS
129 or appropriate level of piano class.
Oceanside Campus
2303 M
9:30am-11:15am
&ONL
+1 hour weekly online.
2233 ONL
2333 ONL
Room #
TOROK S
3.0 OC2413
ONLINE
FALKER M
FALKER M
3.0 ONLINE
3.0 ONLINE
MUS 103 Musicianship
Ear training for both the major and non-major. Designed to give an aural
foundation to music theory. CSU; UC. ADVISORY: Concurrent enrollment in
MUS 101 and MUS 129 or appropriate level piano class.
LATE-START/Online
Rudimentary music theory and listening skill development with regard to
melody, rhythm, and harmony. Students development skills of reading, writing, listening, and analyzing music. CSU; UC
Oceanside Campus
2236 MW
11:00am-12:15pm CHANG W
2237 W
6:30pm-7:20pm FALKER M
&ONL
+2 hours weekly online.
LATE-START/Online
2238 ONL
MEGILL DO
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/17).
2304 ONL
LANGAGER A
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/17).
Room #
3.0 OC2218
3.0 OC2251
ONLINE
3.0 ONLINE
3.0 ONLINE
MUS 113 Musics in Multicultural America
An introductory course surveying musical cultures of the United States in
its diverse cultural background. Emphasis on listening to and discussion of
American music. CSU; UC
Online
2240 ONL
STONE L
3.0 ONLINE
MUS 114 History of Rock and Roll
This course surveys rock and roll history from its origin in American popular
music to the present, and it relates stylistic changes that have occurred to
the social events that surround them. CSU; UC
Oceanside Campus
2241 TH
2:00pm-4:45pm
LATE-START/Online
Room #
COOBATIS C
3.0 OC2304
2307 ONL
MEGILL DA
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (10/18-12/11).
3.0 ONLINE
MUS 115 History and Appreciation of Western Music
This course introduces students to the canon of Western classical music
through a survey of great composers from the medieval period to the
present. Students are required to attend live classical music performances.
UC CREDIT LIMITATION: No credit if taken after MUS 117 or 118. CSU;
UC — credit limitation
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
2242 TTH
9:30am-10:45am
Online
3121 ONL
2306 ONL
Room #
CRATTY W
3.0 SAN201
TOROK S
COOBATIS C
3.0 ONLINE
3.0 ONLINE
MUS 116 A Survey of World Music
Music
Online
Units Room #
2235 ONL
FALKER M
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/17).
3120 ONL
TOROK S
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/17).
+Repeatable course
This ethno-musicological exploration of indigenous music cultures around
the world emphasizes listening and develops skills to distinguish various
musical styles and instrumentation. Students are required to attend live
performances of world music. CSU; UC
Online
2302 ONL
CRATTY W
3.0 ONLINE
MUS 119 History of Jazz
This course explores American jazz and blues history, including sociological
and cultural influences, by examining the artists responsible for the music’s
development. It emphasizes listening. Students are required to attend live
jazz performances. CSU; UC
Oceanside Campus
2243 T
2:00pm-4:45pm
Online
2305 ONL
Room #
TOROK S
3.0 OC2304
SIEGEL D
3.0 ONLINE
1.0 ONLINE
1.0 ONLINE
*Meets off-campus (see page 114)
CSU; UC: Transferable course
57
ALL COURSES
Introduces students to procedures for filling out insurance claims and the
various financial methods used in medical offices for insurance billing, collecting, etc.
Instructor
miraCosta CREDIT courses • Fall 2010
Class # Days
Time
Instructor
Units Room #
Class # Days
Time
Music
MUS 120 Beginning Keyboard/Piano I
MUS 144 Applied Music
Beginning class in piano performance; rudimentary music fundamentals,
scales, chords, sight-reading using standard songs, and appropriate keyboard
literature. CSU; UC
Oceanside Campus
2246 MW
2244 MW
2245 T
8:30am-9:20am
9:30am-10:20am
4:30pm-6:15pm
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
2337 M
2315 M
4:30pm-6:15pm
6:30pm-8:15pm
CHANG W
CHANG W
LEE J
LEE J
LEE J
Room #
1.0 OC2251
1.0 OC2251
1.0 OC2251
Room #
1.0 SAN203
1.0 SAN203
MUS 121 Beginning Keyboard/Piano II
ALL COURSES
Music
Continuing keyboard performance training and study notation, scales, chords,
and sight-reading with specialized key areas, basic transposition skills, and
appropriate keyboard and piano literature. CSU; UC
PREREQUISITE: MUS 120 or audition on first class meeting day.
Oceanside Campus
2249 MW
2247 MW
2248 T
8:30am-9:20am
9:30am-10:20am
4:30pm-6:15pm
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
2345 M
2316 M
4:30pm-6:15pm
6:30pm-8:15pm
Room #
CHANG W
CHANG W
LEE J
1.0 OC2251
1.0 OC2251
1.0 OC2251
LEE J
LEE J
1.0 SAN203
1.0 SAN203
Room #
MUS 129 Keyboarding for Music Majors
Keyboard techniques and guided practice in skills necessary for music majors. Included are scales, arpeggios, chords, inversions, modulations, and
improvisation. (May be repeated three times.) CSU; UC
Oceanside Campus
+2250 TTH
11:00am-11:50am FALKER M
Room #
1.0 OC2251
MUS 130 Beginning Guitar
This course provides fundamental guitar performance training through music
reading for students with no or limited formal guitar education. Students are
required to attend a live music concert. CSU; UC
Oceanside Campus
2253 W
4:30pm-6:15pm
FOSTER E
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
2309 S
2251 TH
11:00am-12:45pm HILL M
12:30pm-2:15pm LIBERTINO D
2:30pm-4:15pm
FOSTER E
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
+2311 S
+2255 TH
9:00am-10:45am HILL M
12:30pm-2:15pm LIBERTINO D
9:30am-11:15am LOPEZ S
10:00am-10:50am O’BRIEN K
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
+2261 TH
58
3:00pm-4:45pm
LOPEZ S
+2265 ARR
+.5 hours weekly.
STAFF
Room #
.5 OC2213
MUS 145 Performance Lab
This class offers students individual recital experience. Students will perform
for each other and explore techniques to enhance personal performance
skills. This class is a co-requisite for MUS 144. CSU
PREREQUISITE: By audition only at the first class meeting.
Oceanside Campus
+2308 W
3:30pm-4:20pm
LANGAGER A
Room #
.5 OC2413
MUS 150 Jazz Lab Band
Study and performance of ensemble jazz literature from the Big Band era to
present. (May be repeated three times.) CSU; UC
PREREQUISITE: By audition only at the first class meeting.
Oceanside Campus
+2332 MW
12:30pm-1:45pm
TOROK S
Room #
1.0 OC2218
MUS 158(1.0) Special Ensemble Project
Short-term group project in music. Nature of project specified by instructor
at first class meeting. CSU
PREREQUISITE: By audition only at the first class meeting.
Enrollment Limitation: May not enroll in two sections of the same course
in any given semester.
Oceanside Campus
3122 T
6:30pm-9:15pm
TOROK S
Room #
1.0 OC2218
MUS 159 Instrumental Ensemble
Oceanside Campus
Room #
1.0 OC2213
Room #
1.0 SAN201
1.0 SAN201
Group and individual instruction in singing technique, including study of
breathing, voice placement, diction, phrasing, and interpretation. CSU; UC
+2263 F
+2259 TTH
Oceanside Campus
Room #
1.0 SAN201
1.0 SAN201
MUS 141 Vocal Fundamentals
Oceanside Campus
Advanced study of performance technique for instrumentalists and vocalists, coordinated with formal recitals. Students study musical performance
technique, historical performance practice, and effective programming with
master teachers. CSU; UC
PREREQUISITE: For advanced music performers by audition only at the
first class meeting.
COREQUISITE: MUS 145.
Small ensembles working under direction of master teacher. (May be repeated
three times.) CSU; UC
PREREQUISITE: By audition only at the first class meeting.
This continuation of basic guitar reading and performance skills acquired in
Music 130 emphasizes reading intermediate- and advanced-level traditional
and non-traditional guitar repertoire as well as blues, rock, popular, and folk
styles. Attendance at a live music concert is required. CSU; UC
PREREQUISITE: MUS 130 or audition held at first class meeting.
+2257 W
Units Room #
Room #
1.0 OC2218
MUS 131 Intermediate/Advanced Guitar
Oceanside Campus
Instructor
Room #
1.0 OC2413
1.0 OC2413
Room #
1.0 SAN201
Online: Go to www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta
+2266 W
6:30pm-8:15pm
FOSTER E
Room #
1.0 OC2218
MUS 161 Masterworks Chorale
Large college/community choir(s) that perform a variety of traditional and
contemporary literature. Performances include sacred and secular music.
CSU; UC
PREREQUISITE: By audition only at the first class meeting.
Oceanside Campus
+2330 T
6:30pm-9:15pm
LANGAGER A
Room #
1.0 OC2413
MUS 163 Commercial Arts Ensemble
Preparation and performance of commercial (pop) music styles. Open to
singers, rhythm section players, sound and recording technicians. (May be
repeated three times.) CSU
PREREQUISITE: By audition only at the first class meeting.
Oceanside Campus
+2326 M
6:30pm-9:15pm
GONZALES M
Room #
1.0 OC2413
MUS 165 College Choral Chamber Ensemble
Traditional and contemporary choral music prepared and performed in concerts, festivals, and concert tours. (May be repeated three times.) CSU; UC
PREREQUISITE: By audition only at the first class meeting.
Oceanside Campus
+2267 TWTH
12:30pm-1:40pm
• On-Campus with Limited Online
LANGAGER A
Room #
2.0 OC2413
Hybrid: On-Campus and Online
miraCosta CREDIT courses • Fall 2010
Class # Days
Time
Instructor
Units Room #
Class # Days
Time
Music
Music
MUS 166 Vocal Jazz Ensemble
MUS 201 Advanced Theory
The vocal jazz ensemble (Frequency) is a small group of singers that rehearse
and perform jazz and other contemporary literature. Solo singing and other
performance skills will be addressed as well. CSU; UC
PREREQUISITE: By audition only at the first class meeting.
Oceanside Campus
+2328 TTH
&TTH
+2338 TTH
2:00pm-2:30pm
2:30pm-3:45pm
2:30pm-4:15pm
LANGAGER A
&FALKER M
FALKER M
Room #
2.0 OC2251
OC2218
2.0 OC2218
MUS 170 College-Community Symphonic Orchestra
Oceanside Campus
+2331 W
6:30pm-9:15pm
Room #
STAFF
1.0 OC2406
This classical guitar techniques course emphasizes small and large ensembles
and covers all periods of music. Students are required to attend a live music
concert. CSU; UC
Oceanside Campus
+2269 W
6:30pm-9:15pm
FOSTER E
Room #
1.0 OC2218
MUS 176 Guitar Orchestra
A large mixed ensemble of guitars and other instruments rehearse and
perform in concert. Musical literature from classical to jazz is explored. All
instruments are welcome. (May be repeated three times.) CSU; UC
Oceanside Campus
+2270 W
6:30pm-9:15pm
FOSTER E
Room #
1.0 OC2218
MUS 181 Recording Arts I
This course in music technology introduces the physics of sound, soundprocessing equipment, and studio-recording procedures. CSU
Oceanside Campus
2273 TH
2271 M
3123 T
2:00pm-4:45pm
6:30pm-9:15pm
6:30pm-9:15pm
Room #
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
2.0 OC2213
2.0 OC2218
2.0 OC2213
MUS 182 Recording Arts II
A hands-on laboratory that covers basic recording production and management procedures. CSU
PREREQUISITE: MUS 181.
Oceanside Campus
2275 T
3:30pm-6:15pm
Continuation of harmonic practices through alternation, modulation, and
chromaticism as applied to 17th, 18th and 19th century harmony. CSU; UC
PREREQUISITE: MUS 102.
ADVISORY: Concurrent enrollment in MUS 203 and MUS 129 or appropriate
level of piano class.
Oceanside Campus
2282 MW
9:30am-10:45am
Online
2281 ONL
Room #
STAFF
2.0 OC2213
Room #
CRATTY W
3.0 OC2213
CRATTY W
3.0 ONLINE
MUS 203 Advanced Musicianship
Advanced ear training for both the major and non-major. CSU; UC
ADVISORY: Concurrent enrollment in MUS 201.
Oceanside Campus
2286 MW
8:30am-9:20am
Online
2285 ONL
MUS 175 Classical Guitar Ensemble
Units Room #
Room #
CRATTY W
1.0 OC2213
CRATTY W
1.0 ONLINE
MUS 244 Applied Music II
Advanced study on an instrument or voice are explored and are coordinated
with performances and recitals. Includes intensive performance study with
master teachers. CSU; UC
PREREQUISITES: MUS 144. Open to music majors only who are making
progress towards transfer. Students must audition at first class meeting.
COREQUISITE: MUS 145.
Oceanside Campus
+2292 ARR
+.5 hours weekly.
STAFF
Room #
.5 OC2213
MUS 260 Songwriting I
Study and application of skills necessary for popular songwriting and presentation. Includes melody, harmony, form, timbre, voicing, marketing, and demo
creation. Designed for students with existing musical abilities.
Oceanside Campus
2293 T
6:30pm-9:15pm
COOBATIS C
Room #
2.0 OC2304
MUS 281 Recording Arts III
Applied study of advanced recording configurations within a multi-track
recording and mixdown environment. CSU
PREREQUISITE: MUS 182.
Oceanside Campus
2295 MW
6:30pm-9:35pm COOBATIS C
THIS IS AN 8 WEEK CLASS, (08/23-10/13)
Room #
2.0 OC2213
MUS 282 Recording Arts IV
Survey course that explores the full range of MIDI capable equipment. CSU
This course involves both musical and non-musical elements for final production of commercial music projects. CSU
PREREQUISITE: MUS 281.
Oceanside Campus
Late-Start/Oceanside
MUS 183 Computerized Audio Production I: MIDI/Synthesizer
2277 TH
6:30pm-9:15pm
Room #
STAFF
2.0 OC2251
MUS 185 Sound Reinforcement I
This course is an overview of live concert sound reinforcement. Topics include theory and application of individual sound system components such
as microphones, mixers, effects, and speaker systems.
Oceanside Campus
2313 TH
6:30pm-9:15pm
COOBATIS C
Room #
2.0 OC2218
MUS 198 Digital Audio Production
Survey of software, hardware, and procedures involved with digital audio
presentations.
PREREQUISITE: MUS 181.
ADVISORY: MUS 182.
Oceanside Campus
2279 T
6:30pm-9:15pm
STAFF
+Repeatable course
Room #
2.0 OC2251
2297 MW
6:30pm-9:20pm COOBATIS C
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (10/18-12/08)
Room #
2.0 OC2213
MUS 286 The Business of Music I
A course designed to address the ever-changing legal needs of the music
industry. Students will utilize knowledge of the history and infrastructure of
the music industry to create a realistic plan for job placement in the field.
Oceanside Campus
2299 TH
6:30pm-9:15pm
STAFF
Room #
3.0 OC2304
MUS 295 Concert Production
Requires active student participation in administration, promotion, sponsor
solicitation, correlation of entries, verbal and written communication with
sponsors/entrants, and technical teams.
PREREQUISITE: By audition only at the first class meeting.
Oceanside Campus
+2300 TH
+3125 M
*Meets off-campus (see page 114)
2:30pm-4:15pm
6:30pm-8:15pm
CSU; UC: Transferable course
FALKER M
GONZALES M
Room #
1.0 OC2218
1.0 OC2413
59
ALL COURSES
This class includes the preparation and performance of orchestral literature.
Repertoire varies by semester, but is selected from music from the 17th
century to the present. Members participate in rehearsals and performances.
CSU; UC
PREREQUISITE: By audition only at the first class meeting.
Instructor
miraCosta CREDIT courses • Fall 2010
Class # Days
Time
Instructor
Units Room #
Class # Days
Time
Instructor
Nursing
See Computer & Information Sciences
NURS 170 Licensed Vocational Nursing I
Nursing
NURS 151 Body Systems Survey for Health Professions
Intended for students who are preparing for admission to the MiraCosta College
LVN or allied health programs. Provides an introduction to the structure and
function of body systems as well as fluid, electrolyte, and acid-base balance.
Oceanside Campus
2668 TH
2669 T
9:00am-11:45am
7:00pm-9:45pm
Online
2670 ONL
ALL COURSES
Networking
Room #
COHICK K
POPE JR L
3.0 OCT430
3.0 OCT430
PLUMB R
3.0 ONLINE
NURS 155 Basic Medical Terminology
A study of the correct usage of common medical terms and their application
to clinical records and reports. CSU
Oceanside Campus
2671 T
3:30pm-6:15pm
Online
2672 ONL
Room #
POPE JR L
3.0 OC3102
BROWN K
3.0 ONLINE
NURS 160 Certified Nursing Assistant
Prepares students for employment in acute care, long-term care and skilled
nursing facilities, and in-home care. Prior convictions for misdemeanors or
felonies will need to be cleared from the Department of Health Services.
Contact lead instructor for information. Contact Nursing Office for physical
exam form. A uniform and valid social security card is required.
PREREQUISITE: ENGL 803 or ESL 803; TB test; physical exam; Basic Health
Care Provider CPR certification by American Heart Association.
Oceanside Campus
2674
Room #
MT
8:00am-12:10pm COHICK K
6.5 OCT401
&F
7:00am-12:00pm &STAFF
&F
12:30pm-3:30pm
&ARR
THIS IS AN 8 WEEK CLASS, (08/23-10/15)
+59.5 hours arranged.
Late-Start/Oceanside
Room #
2676 MT
8:00am-11:45am COHICK K
6.5 OCT401
&F
7:00am-12:00pm &STAFF
&F
12:30pm-3:30pm
&ARR
THIS IS AN 8 WEEK CLASS, (10/18-12/10)
+76 hours arranged.
NURS 166 American Medical Corps Transition to Vocational Nurse
This course introduces American Military Medical Corps members to therapeutic communication, medical/surgical nursing, basic nursing skills, basic
pharmacology, and the nursing process.
PREREQUISITE: 12 months experience as an American Military Medical
Corps member or equivalent.
*2673 M
6:00pm-8:45pm ALLEN A
3.0 USNH
This section will meet at Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton.
*2694 TH
6:00pm-8:45pm ESTRELLA R
3.0 KAISER
This section will meet at 10990 San Diego Mission Rd, San Diego.
Units Room #
(Materials Fee: $20.00) Introduces beginning vocational nursing students
to therapeutic communication, the nursing profession, basic nursing skills,
basic pharmacology, and the nursing process.
PREREQUISITES: NURS 160 or a current California CNA license; and PHAR
100; and NURS 151 or BIO 210 or BIO 220; and admission to the LVN program.
Oceanside Campus
3047 T
4:00pm-8:15pm BEATTY N
&ARR
&STAFF
+148 hours on Fridays or Saturdays.
Room #
7.5 OC4401
NURS 180 Fundamentals of Nursing
(Materials Fee: $30.00) This entry-level course introduces core concepts,
principles, and clinical skills common to the nursing practice. Non-clinical
activities in this course may be presented in an online format.
PREREQUISITES: BIO 210; BIO 220; BIO 230; ENGL 100; and admission to
the RN program (ADN).
Oceanside Campus
3049 T
9:30am-1:25pm ROBERTS S
& ESSMAN M
&WTH
1:00pm-3:55pm
&WTH
9:30am-12:30pm
THIS IS AN 8 WEEK CLASS, (08/24-10/14)
Room #
4.0 OCT430
OC4401
OC4401
NURS 181 Medical Surgical Nursing I
This course introduces the basic concepts required to care for adult and
older-adult patients with stable and/or less complex medical-surgical health
problems. Non-clinical activities in this course may be presented in an online
format.
PREREQUISITES: NURS 180 (ADN).
Late-Start/Oceanside
3051 T
9:30am-1:25pm ESSMAN M
& STAFF
&T
3:00pm-4:45pm
&W
6:45am-4:55pm
THIS IS AN 8 WEEK CLASS, (10/19-12/08)
Room #
4.0 OCT430
TCMC
TCMC
NURS 182 Maternal-Child Nursing
This course relates the nursing process to the needs of maternity and pediatric patients and their families. Non-clinical activities in this course may be
presented in an online format.
PREREQUISITES: NURS 181(ADN)
Oceanside Campus
3053 M
9:30am-12:15pm VIGNATO J
&ARR
+99 hours on Wednesdays or Fridays.
Room #
5.0 OCT430
USNH
NURS 183 Medical Surgical Nursing II
This continued study of adult patients with unmet medical needs emphasizes
perioperative health care needs across the adult life span and respective
nursing interventions. Non-clinical activities in this course may be presented
in an online format.
PREREQUISITES: NURS 181(ADN)
Oceanside Campus
Room #
3055 T
12:30am-2:15pm MOORE J
4.0 OC4408
&ARR
TCMC
+99 hours on Wednesdays, Thursdays or Fridays.
NURS 281 Medical Surgical Nursing III
Go to
surf.miracosta.edu
for the most up-to-date
class information.
60
H Honors
H Course
This continued study of caring for adult patients with unmet medical needs
examines how complex and chronic health problems affect the physiologic
and psychosocial integrity of adult and elderly patients. Non-clinical activities
in this course may be presented in an online format.
PREREQUISITE: NURS 280 (LVN to RN) or NURS 183 (ADN)
Oceanside Campus
2688 W
4:30pm-7:15pm
&ARR
+10.5 hours weekly.
Online class: Go to www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta
BARDEN R
Room #
6.5 OCT430
• On-Campus class with Limited Online Instruction
miraCosta CREDIT courses • Fall 2010
Class # Days
Time
Instructor
Units Room #
Class # Days
Time
Instructor
Nursing
Pharmacology
NURS 282 Psychiatric-Mental Health Nursing
PHAR 100 Basic Pharmacology — Dosages and Calculations
This course focuses on the theory and practice of psychiatric-mental health
nursing. Non-clinical activities in this course may be presented in an online
format.
PREREQUISITE: NURS 280 (LVN to RN) or NURS 183 (ADN)
Oceanside Campus
2690 W
2:00pm-3:45pm
&ARR
+4.5 hours weekly.
DUNCAN Y
Room #
3.5 OCT430
OCEA 101 Introduction to Oceanography
Oceanside Campus
TTH
MW
TTH
TTH
8:00am-9:15am
9:30am-10:45am
9:30am-10:45am
5:00pm-6:15pm
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
2360 MW
2372 TTH
2364 M
9:30am-10:45am
9:30am-10:45am
6:30pm-9:15pm
Online
2356 ONL
2357 ONL
ANDERSON P
TAYLOR M
ANDERSON P
RECTOR R
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
Room #
OC4529
OC4529
OC4529
OC4529
Room #
FARQUHARSON 3.0 SAN305
GOBBI K
3.0 SAN407
SACRAMENTO G 3.0 SAN406
3.0 ONLINE
3.0 ONLINE
2369 ONL
EASTMOND D
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/17).
2371 ONL
MELDAHL K
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/17).
2373 ONL
TURBEVILLE J
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/17).
3.0 ONLINE
3.0 ONLINE
3.0 ONLINE
OCEA 101H Introduction to Oceanography (Honors)
This course offers highly motivated students an enriched introduction to the
scientific study of the oceans. Topics include the formation and evolution
of the ocean basins, atmosphere-ocean interactions, waves, tides, coastal
oceanography, and an introduction to the study of marine life, including
plankton, fishes, and marine mammals. UC CREDIT LIMITATION: Credit for
OCEA 101 or 101H. CSU; UC — credit limitation
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
3034 MW
2375 W
2374 TH
3:30pm-6:15pm
6:30pm-9:15pm
KOLT T
KOLT T
Room #
11:00am-12:15pm MELDAHL K
This course is part of the Honors Scholar Program.
H H
3.0 SAN406
Oceanside Campus
3041 M
3:00pm-4:45pm
ESSMAN M
& ROBERTS S
This course continues the study and application of pharmacological therapy
in nursing and emphasizes safety as a primary nursing responsibility. Portions
of this course may be presented in an online format.
PREREQUISITE: PHAR 150 (ADN)
COREQUISITE: NURS 182 and NURS 183 (ADN)
Oceanside Campus
1:00pm-2:45pm
ROBERTS S
This course reviews pharmacology principles and updates information related
to therapeutic drug use. May be taken for CEUs without corequisite with
instructor approval.
PREREQUISITE: NURS 280.
Enrollment Limitation: PHAR 201 not open to students with credit in PHAR 151.
Online
2376 ONL
ROBERTS S
PHIL 100 Informal Logic and Critical Thinking
Use of reasoning tools with an emphasis on practical life: arguments, fallacies, language, explanations. CSU; UC
Oceanside Campus
• 2385
TTH
9:30am-10:45am
3.0 OC3106
11:00am-12:15pm LUENGO I
3.0 SAN302
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
• 2386
MW
Oceanside Campus
2394 ONL
CUDDY L
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (10/18-12/11).
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
2365 M
2366 W
2:00pm-4:45pm
2:00pm-4:45pm
1.0 OC4529
1.0 OC4529
1.0 OC4529
MELDAHL K
MELDAHL K
1.0 SAN406
1.0 SAN406
+Repeatable course
2968 ONL
CUDDY L
THIS IS AN 8 WEEK CLASS, (08/23-10/16)
2387 ONL
MOON L
THIS IS AN 8 WEEK CLASS, (08/23-10/16)
LATE-START/Online
Room #
MILLER G
Online
RECTOR R
ANDERSON P
RECTOR R
2.0 ONLINE
Philosophy
Study of navigational charts, waves, tides, coastal processes, and marine
organisms. Field trips include visits to coastal marine habitats, an aquarium,
and a half-day ocean voyage. Student-paid field trip fees will be discussed at
the first class meeting. CSU; UC
PREREQUISITE: OCEA 101 or OCEA 101H.
COREQUISITE: OCEA 101 or OCEA 101H if prerequisite not met.
2:00pm-4:45pm
2:00pm-4:45pm
2:00pm-4:45pm
Room #
2.0 OCT430
PHAR 201 Pharmacology Review & Update
2396 T
6:00pm-9:05pm ALLEN B
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/14).
Room #
Room #
2.0 OCT430
PHAR 151 Pathopharmacology II
Late-Start/Oceanside
OCEA 101L Introductory Oceanography Laboratory
2367 TH
2368 F
2370 T
Room #
3.0 OC3516
3.0 OC3516
This introductory course presents the basic knowledge required for safe
medication administration including dosage calculation. Portions of this
course may be presented in an online format.
PREREQUISITES: Admission into the RN program.
COREQUISITES: NURS 180 and NURS 181 (ADN).
3042 M
TURBEVILLE J
MELDAHL K
LATE-START/Online
Oceanside Campus
Room #
Room #
3.0 OC3106
3.0 ONLINE
3.0 ONLINE
3.0 ONLINE
Room #
*Meets off-campus (see page 114)
CSU; UC: Transferable course
61
ALL COURSES
The scientific study of the ocean. Topics include the formation and evolution
of the ocean basins, atmosphere-ocean interactions, waves, tides, coastal
oceanography, and an introduction to the study of marine life, including
plankton, fishes, and marine mammals. CSU; UC
2358
2359
2361
2363
Covers basic pharmacology concepts and principles and classifications of
major drugs. Problem-solving for accurate measurement and calculation of
medications is included.
PREREQUISITE: MATH 820 or MATH 820B with a grade of “C” or better or
qualification through the Math Competency Exam or approved equivalent.
PHAR 150 Pathopharmacology I
Oceanography
Units Room #
miraCosta CREDIT courses • Fall 2010
Class # Days
Time
Instructor
Units Room #
Class # Days
Time
Instructor
Philosophy
PHIL 101 Introduction to Philosophy: Knowledge and Reality
PHIL 221 Philosophy of Religion
Analysis of classical and contemporary works on issues such as free will,
human nature, knowledge, and God. CSU; UC
Oceanside Campus
• 2377
• 2379
MW
F
8:00am-9:15am
9:00am-11:45am
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
• 2378
MW
Online
2381 ONL
2391 ONL
9:30am-10:45am
• 2392
3.0 SAN302
See Art (ART 207, 208, 251, 254)
CUDDY L
MARTIN J
3.0 ONLINE
3.0 ONLINE
Physical Education
TTH
1:00pm-2:30pm SPIKE A
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/16).
2398 ONL
LUENGO I
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/17).
2380 ONL
LUENGO I
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/17).
Room #
Room #
3.0 OC3103
Room #
3.0 SAN302
3.0 ONLINE
3.0 ONLINE
PHIL 102 Contemporary Moral Problems
An inquiry into the nature of morality as it applies to a variety of issues. CSU; UC
Oceanside Campus
2383 MW
9:30am-10:45am
MARTIN J
Late-Start/San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
• 2384
TTH
11:00am-12:30pm SPIKE A
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/16).
Room #
3.0 OC3106
Room #
3.0 SAN302
PHIL 105 Asian Philosophy and Religion
An interdisciplinary survey of the philosophical and religious thought of
South and East Asia and its application in theory and practice in traditional
Asian societies. CSU; UC
Oceanside Campus
• 2400
TTH
9:30am-10:45am
Room #
SCOTT JAMES 3.0 OC3102
WESELOH III 3.0 OC3106
WESELOH III 3.0 SAN302
PHIL 122 World Religions
Comparison of major religions. CSU; UC
Oceanside Campus
2389 W
6:30pm-9:15pm
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
2388 MW
1:00pm-2:15pm
Online
2399 ONL
LUENGO I
THIS IS AN 8 WEEK CLASS, (08/23-10/16)
2393 ONL
LUENGO I
THIS IS AN 8 WEEK CLASS, (08/23-10/16)
LATE-START/Online
• 2397
LUENGO I
MW
4:30pm-6:00pm MILLER G
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/08-12/13).
LATE-START/Online
Oceanside Campus
3.0 OC3106
3.0 OC3104
Late-Start/San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
• 2390
Room #
2395 ONL
LUENGO I
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (10/18-12/11).
Room #
Room #
3.0 ONLINE
3.0 ONLINE
TTH
11:00am-12:15pm MILLER G
Room #
3.0 OC3106
Photography
For all activity, exercise and weight training courses, see Kinesiology
Physical Science
PHSN 101 Fundamentals of Physical Science
A survey of the physical sciences — astronomy, geology, physics, and chemistry — with emphasis placed on the principles and methods used in science.
CSU; UC — credit limitation
Oceanside Campus
2401 MW
11:00am-12:15pm STAFF
Room #
3.0 OC3601
PHSN 106 Energy, Motion, and Matter: An Introduction to Physics and
Chemistry
This course introduces the non-scientist to the fundamental concepts of
physics and chemistry as well as the applications of these concepts to a
wide variety of phenomena. CSU; UC — credit limitation
Online
2402 ONL
BYRNES C
3.0 ONLINE
This online class requires students to take proctored tests given
on campus.
Physics
PHYS 111 Introductory Physics I
Properties of matter, mechanics, heat, and sound. UC CREDIT LIMITATION:
Credit for either series PHYS 111 and 112 or PHYS 151, PHYS 152 and 253.
CSU; UC — credit limitation
PREREQUISITE: MATH 135 or MATH 125 and MATH 130 with a grade of
“C” or better in each course or qualification through the Math Competency
Exam or approved equivalent.
Enrollment Limitation: Not open to students with prior credit in PHYS 151.
Oceanside Campus
2403 TTH
5:15pm-8:00pm
BUSSELL B
Room #
4.0 OC4526
PHYS 151 Principles of Physics I
Fundamental principles of physics in the area of motion, mechanics, and
fluids. UC CREDIT LIMITATION: Credit for either series PHYS 111 and 112
or PHYS 151, PHYS 152 and 253. CSU; UC — credit limitation
PREREQUISITE: MATH 150 with a grade of “C” or better or approved
equivalent.
Oceanside Campus
3.0 ONLINE
Units Room #
Examines presuppositions about religion, studies religious perspectives, and
discusses perennial problems of religion. CSU; UC
MARTIN J
SPIKE A
Late-Start/Oceanside
ALL COURSES
Philosophy
2405 TTH
2409 MW
2:00pm-4:45pm
5:15pm-8:00pm
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
2413 MW
2:00pm-4:45pm
Room #
COLE J
BROWNELL D
4.0 OC4526
4.0 OC4526
ARTUKOVIC E
4.0 SAN502
Room #
PHYS 152 Principles of Physics II
New to MiraCosta College?
Then make a little time for orientation! You’ll find it useful––
whether you plan to take just a few courses or earn a degree.
Complete orientation online:
www.miracosta.edu/orientation
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Online: Go to www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta
Study of thermodynamics, electricity, electrical circuits, magnetism, and
electromagnetic fields. UC CREDIT LIMITATION: Credit for either series PHYS
111 and 112 or PHYS 151, PHYS 152 and 253. CSU; UC — credit limitation
PREREQUISITES: MATH 155 and PHYS 151.
COREQUISITE: MATH 155 if prerequisites not met.
Oceanside Campus
2411 MW
2:00pm-4:45pm
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
3146 TTH
COLE J
8:00am-10:45am ARTUKOVIC E
• On-Campus with Limited Online
Room #
4.0 OC4526
Room #
4.0 SAN502
Hybrid: On-Campus and Online
miraCosta CREDIT courses • Fall 2010
Class # Days
Time
Instructor
Units Room #
Class # Days
Time
Instructor
Units Room #
Physics
PHYS 253 Principles of Physics III
Principles of physics in the areas of vibrations, waves, optics, special relativity,
quantum mechanics, and atomic and nuclear physics. UC CREDIT LIMITATION: Credit for either series PHYS 111 and 112 or PHYS 151, PHYS 152 and
253. CSU; UC — credit limitation
PREREQUISITES: MATH 155 and PHYS 152.
COREQUISITE: MATH 155 and PHYS 152 if prerequisites not met.
Oceanside Campus
2407 TTH
Room #
9:30am-12:15pm COLE J
4.0 OC4526
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
2415 MW
9:30am-12:15pm ARTUKOVIC E
Room #
4.0 SAN502
Political Science
ALL COURSES
PLSC 101 Introduction to Political Science
Study of society, law, government, ideologies in a social, historical, cultural,
and economic context. CSU; UC
Oceanside Campus
• 2420
TTH
3:30pm-4:45pm
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
• 2419
• 2421
MW
T
9:30am-10:45am
6:00pm-8:45pm
Room #
PHILLIPS J
3.0 OC3104
CASTANEDA G
HUYCK K
3.0 SAN307
3.0 SAN307
Room #
PLSC 102 American Institutions and History
This course is designed specifically to satisfy the American Institutions and
History requirement by studying basic concepts in American and California
political and historical traditions. It also focuses on concepts citizens should
understand in order to vote intelligently and otherwise effectively participate
in politics. CSU; UC
Oceanside Campus
• 2429
• 2969
• 2422
• 2423
• 2425
• 2428
• 2427
MW
TTH
MW
TTH
TTH
MW
T
7:30am-9:15am
7:30am-9:15am
9:30am-11:15am
9:30am-11:15am
1:30pm-3:15pm
1:30pm-3:15pm
6:00pm-9:45pm
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
• 3149
• 2424
• 2431
• 2426
F
MW
TTH
TH
8:30am-12:15pm
1:30pm-3:15pm
1:30pm-3:15pm
6:00pm-9:45pm
Room #
BYRON M
TRUDEL J
CHIRRA J
PHILLIPS J
PHILLIPS J
CHIRRA J
PHILLIPS J
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
OC3104
OC3104
OC3104
OC3104
OC3104
OC3104
OC3104
GOODMAN G
CASTANEDA G
TRUDEL J
SERRANO J
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
SAN308
SAN307
SAN307
SAN307
Room #
Are you planning to teach
elementary school?
If so, your major is Liberal Studies and it requires you
take a specific “cluster” of courses. The following
liberal studies cluster will be offered this fall— some
of these courses are offered just once a year so check
with a counselor to make sure you choose the right
courses to meet your transfer goal.
Oceanside Campus
GEOG 104 World Geography
LIT 120 Introduction to Literature
MATH 105 Concepts and Structures of Elementary
Mathematics I
PSYC 113 Child/Adolescent Growth & Development
PLSC 103 Comparative Government
Theories and principles of government with special attention to the problems
created by modern industrialism and population pressures. Also a comparative survey of selected foreign governments. CSU; UC
Oceanside Campus
• 2430
MW
3:30pm-4:45pm
BYRON M
Room #
3.0 OC3104
Introduces students to the fundamental analytical skills and techniques pertinent to the study of international relations and examines practical political
problems encountered in foreign affairs by selected nation states. CSU; UC
2970 TTH
9:30am-10:45am
EART 106 Earth & Space Science
GEOG 104 World Geography
LIT 120 Introduction to Literature
PLSC 150 Introduction to International Relations
Oceanside Campus
San Elijo Campus
BYRON M
MATH 105 Concepts and Structures of Elementary
Mathematics II
Room #
Online
3.0 OCT402
EART 106 Earth & Space Science
Programming
GEOG 104 World Geography
See Computer Science
KINE 200 Physical Education in Elementary School*
PHSN 106 Energy Motion & Matter
PSYC 113 Child/Adolescent Growth & Development
*Offered once per year—spring semester.
+Repeatable course
*Meets off-campus (see page 114)
CSU; UC: Transferable course
63
miraCosta CREDIT courses • Fall 2010
Class # Days
Time
Instructor
Units Room #
Class # Days
Time
Instructor
Psychology
PSYC 100 Introduction to Psychology
PSYC 104 Statistics for Behavioral Science
A general introduction to the principles of human behavior. Topics include
personality, stress, relationships, psychological disorders and psychotherapy.
Emphasis is on both the scientific presentation of psychological information
and the practical application of principles. UC CREDIT LIMITATION: No credit
if taken after PSYC 101. CSU; UC — credit limitation
Oceanside Campus
2433
2434
2435
2436
2437
2438
• 3148
ALL COURSES
Psychology
MW
MW
TTH
TTH
TTH
TTH
MW
8:00am-9:15am
9:30am-10:45am
9:30am-10:45am
11:00am-12:15pm
2:00pm-3:15pm
3:30pm-4:45pm
3:30pm-4:45pm
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
2439 TTH
2440 MW
2441 W
2:00pm-3:15pm
5:00pm-6:15pm
6:30pm-9:15pm
LATE-START/Online
Room #
MELENYK G
MELENYK G
CURTISS W
CURTISS W
CURTISS W
CURTISS W
MC FIELD D
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
HEPBURN B
CLOPTON J
CLOPTON J
3.0 SAN505
3.0 SAN505
3.0 SAN505
2442 ONL
DRECUN A
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/17).
OC3201
OC3201
OC3201
OC3201
OC3201
OC3201
OC3201
Room #
3.0 ONLINE
PSYC 101 General Psychology
Examines the biological basis of human behavior including topics such as
neuroanatomy, language, thought, learning, memory, sensation, and perception. Introduces research methods and statistics. CSU; UC
Oceanside Campus
• 2443
TTH
8:00am-9:15am
Oceanside Campus
2444
2445
2483
2446
2447
MW
MW
MW
TTH
TH
11:00am-12:15pm
12:30pm-1:45pm
3:30pm-4:45pm
5:00pm-6:15pm
6:30pm-9:15pm
3.0 OC3101
CURTISS W
CURTISS W
FAST L
MELENYK G
MCPHERSON B
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
2457 MW
2448 TTH
2449 TTH
9:30am-10:45am DRECUN A
11:00am-12:15pm FAST L
3:30pm-4:45pm FAST L
Late-Start/Oceanside
2450 F
8:00am-11:30am ELCHLEPP-FAS
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/10-12/17).
LATE-START/Online
Room #
PHILLIPS J
Room #
OC3101
OC3101
OC3101
OC3101
OC3101
Room #
3.0 SAN505
3.0 SAN505
3.0 SAN505
Room #
3.0 OC3101
Covers methods for analyzing data in the behavioral sciences. Topics include
research design, descriptive statistics, probability, and statistical inference.
UC CREDIT LIMITATION: Credit for BIO 180/BTEC 180, MATH 103, or PSYC
104/SOC 104. CSU; UC — credit limitation
PREREQUISITE: MATH 101 or MATH 101B with a grade of “C” or better or
qualification through the Math Competency Exam or approved equivalent.
Enrollment Limitatation: Not open to students with prior credit in BTEC 180,
BIO 180, PSYC 104 or SOC 104.
Oceanside Campus
• 2462
2480
• 2463
2467
2482
• 2464
9:30am-10:45am
11:00am-12:15pm
2:00pm-3:15pm
2:00pm-3:15pm
3:30pm-4:45pm
6:30pm-9:15pm
MCPHERSON B
HOSKINS B
ESO S
HOSKINS B
HOSKINS B
MC FIELD D
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
• 2465
• 2466
TTH
TTH
LATE-START/Online
11:00am-12:15pm MC FIELD D
12:30pm-1:45pm MC FIELD D
Room #
3.0 OC4607
3.0 OC4607
3.0 OC4803A
3.0 OC4804
3.0 OC4607
3.0 OC4804
Room #
3.0 SAN112
3.0 SAN112
2468 ONL
KELLEY R
3.0 ONLINE
Students will take three exams at the Academic Proctoring Center
(at Oceanside or San Elijo). The syllabus is at www.miracosta.edu/
home/rkelley.
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/17).
2469 ONL
KELLEY R
3.0 ONLINE
Students will take three exams at the Academic Proctoring Center
(at Oceanside or San Elijo). The syllabus is at www.miracosta.edu/
home/rkelley.
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/17).
PSYC 112 Child Growth and Development
This course covers the psychological and physical development of children
from conception through age six within cultural and family contexts. UC
CREDIT LIMITATION: Credit for PSYC 112/CHLD 112, PSYC 113/CHLD 113,
or PSYC 121/CHLD 121. CSU; UC — credit limitation
ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 100
Oceanside Campus
• 2474
T
Online
2475 ONL
6:30pm-9:15pm
Room #
WILSON G
3.0 OC3201
MOORE V
3.0 ONLINE
Study of the child from conception through adolescence. Principles of human
development with emphasis on cognitive, physical, social, and emotional
development within cultural and family contexts. UC CREDIT LIMITATION:
Credit for PSYC 112/CHLD 112, PSYC 113/CHLD 113, or PSYC 121/CHLD 121.
CSU; UC — credit limitation
ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 100.
Oceanside Campus
Examines the effects of society and social groups on individuals. CSU; UC
• 2476
• 2477
Oceanside Campus
Online
PSYC 103 Social Psychology
11:00am-12:15pm MC FIELD D
6:30pm-9:15pm BAUM K
MW
MW
TTH
MW
MW
T
PSYC 113 Child and Adolescent Growth and Development
2451 ONL
PHILLIPS J
3.0 ONLINE
Students will take two proctored on-campus exams during the
semester at the Academic Proctoring Center (at Oceanside or San
Elijo). Further course information is available at www.miracosta.
edu/home/jphillips.
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/17).
2460 MW
2461 T
Units Room #
Room #
3.0 OC3201
3.0 OC3101
TTH
T
2478 ONL
2479 ONL
9:30am-10:45am
3:30pm-6:15pm
Room #
SKEMP P
SKEMP P
3.0 OC8001
3.0 OC8001
SKEMP P
MIDDLETON L
3.0 ONLINE
3.0 ONLINE
PSYC 114 Abnormal Psychology
Write on!
Get personal, professional help with those tough
writing assignments at the Writing Center in the
library at both the Oceanside and San Elijo campuses,
and in Room 130 at the Community Learning Center.
A detailed examination of behavioral disorders and clinical therapies for such
disorders. CSU; UC
ADVISORY: PSYC 100 or 101.
Oceanside Campus
2452 MW
12:30pm-1:45pm
FAST L
www.miracosta.edu/writingcenter
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Online: Go to www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta
• On-Campus with Limited Online
Room #
3.0 OC3201
Hybrid: On-Campus and Online
miraCosta CREDIT courses • Fall 2010
Class # Days
Time
Instructor
Units Room #
Class # Days
Time
Instructor
Psychology
Radiation Protection Technician
PSYC 115 Human Sexuality
RPT 299P(3.0) Coop Work Experience — Occupational
Examines the biological, psychological, and social aspects of human sexuality. CSU; UC
Oceanside Campus
2453 MW
2454 M
2:00pm-3:15pm
6:30pm-9:15pm
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
2455 TTH
2481 W
12:30pm-1:45pm
6:30pm-9:15pm
Room #
ESO S
HEPBURN B
3.0 OC3101
3.0 OC3101
HEPBURN B
ELCHLEPP-FAS
3.0 SAN505
3.0 SAN308
Room #
PSYC 121 Human Development
Oceanside Campus
• 2473
MW
11:00am-12:15pm WHITNEY M
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
• 2458
TTH
11:00am-12:15pm WHITNEY M
Late-Start/Oceanside
• 2459
Room #
3.0 OC8001
Room #
3.0 SAN502
Room #
TTH
2:00pm-3:15pm KELLEY R
3.0 OC3101
&ONL
ONLINE
+.5 hours weekly to be arranged online. As a late start course, this
class will make up the class meeting time that did not occur during
the first two weeks. This will be done using an online format, that
is spread out evenly across the semester.
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/14).
Reading
READ 100 Critical Reading and Thinking
Develops techniques and strengthens critical thinking for reasoning and
analysis of language and informative literature. CSU
ADVISORY: Qualify through the matriculation process.
Oceanside Campus
2485 TTH
2488 MW
2487 M
9:30am-10:45am
2:00pm-3:15pm
6:30pm-9:15pm
Studies the family as a social institution. Includes social and psychological factors applied to understanding the family and intimate relationships. CSU; UC
Oceanside Campus
11:00am-12:15pm FRASER M
LAMBERT L
LAMBERT L
LAMBERT L
Room #
3.0 OCT307
3.0 OC3607
3.0 OC3607
READ 830 College Reading Development
Allows a student to progress in areas of comprehension, vocabulary, spelling, reference skills, and word analysis using college preparatory materials
and activities.
ADVISORY: Qualify through the matriculation process.
Oceanside Campus
PSYC 145 Psychology/Sociology of the Family
2470 TTH
For students whose work is related to their declared major. CSU
COREQUISITES: Students must be employed in a position directly related to
their declared major and must complete 75 hours of paid work or 60 hours
of non-paid work per unit of credit.
NOTE: To receive instructor consent and permission number,
students must submit employer contact information. Go to
www.miracosta.edu/dataform or the Career Center in Building
3700, Oceanside campus, to complete the form. Questions? Call
(760) 795-6772.
2666 ARR
STAFF
3.0 THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/17).
+2486 MW
+2489 TTH
9:30am-11:15am
11:30am-1:15pm
LAMBERT L
LAMBERT L
Room #
4.0 OCT306
4.0 OC3512
Room #
3.0 OC3101
PSYC 205 Research Methods in Behavioral Sciences
This introduction to research methodologies used in the behavioral sciences
emphasizes an appreciation of the scientific method, the development of
research skills, knowledge of research ethics, and the evaluation and use of
scientific research. CSU; UC
PREREQUISITE: PSYC 101 or SOC 101; and PSYC 104 or SOC 104 and
ENGL 100.
Enrollment Limitation: Not open to students with prior credit in SOC 205
or PSYC 205.
Oceanside Campus
2471 TTH
2974 MW
8:30am-10:45am
11:00am-1:15pm
3.0 OC4804
3.0 OC4804
Covers the physiology of the nervous system and the physiological mechanisms of transmission, sensation, perception, emotion, arousal, language,
hemispheric specialization, learning and memory, the biological bases of various mental disorders, and principles of behavioral genetic research. CSU; UC
PREREQUISITE: PSYC 101.
2456 TTH
12:30pm-1:45pm
Room #
FAST L
3.0 SAN202
Radiation Protection Technician
RPT 103 Radiation Fundamentals
An overview of the science and application of radioactive materials.
Oceanside Campus
2664 T
3014 TH
6:30pm-9:15pm
6:30pm-9:15pm
GOLDIN E
GOLDIN E
+Repeatable course
UniversityLink––
linking students to
Room #
ESO S
ESO S
PSYC 260 Physiological Psychology
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
ATTENTION:
FRESHMEN!
Room #
3.0 OC4529
3.0 OC4529
Looking for guaranteed admission to a top-notch institution?
UniversityLink is the answer for you!
What does the UniversityLink program offer?
• Guaranteed admission to UCSD.
• Specialized advising appointments with MiraCosta College
counselors and UCSD admission officers.
IMPORTANT: ULink students must complete specific
requirements during their first year at MiraCosta
College to be eligible for this program, including enrolling
in COUN 105.
*Meets off-campus (see page 114)
For more information about
UniversityLink, please contact
MiraCosta College Transfer Center
(760) 795-6880.
CSU; UC: Transferable course
65
ALL COURSES
This is a study of emotional, intellectual, social, and physical growth patterns
from conception to death. Explores major theories of development. UC
CREDIT LIMITATION: Credit for PSYC 112/CHLD 112, PSYC 113/CHLD 113,
or PSYC 121/CHLD 121. CSU; UC — credit limitation
Units Room #
miraCosta CREDIT courses • Fall 2010
Class # Days
Time
Instructor
Units Room #
Class # Days
Time
Instructor
Units Room #
Real Estate
REAL 100 Real Estate Principles
Set a New Course for
Academic Excellence
Includes nature of real estate, ethics, law, contracts, real estate finance,
taxation, appraisal, property management, and public control. CSU
Oceanside Campus
2490 W
6:30pm-9:15pm
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
2491 F
9:00am-11:45am
Online
2495 ONL
Room #
CULBERTSON E
3.0 OC3201
CULBERTSON E
3.0 SAN304
CULBERTSON E
3.0 ONLINE
Room #
REAL 105 Real Estate Practice
ALL COURSES
This course covers the “how to” aspects of setting up a real estate practice.
Among the essentials of a practice covered are filling out real estate contracts
and completing the real estate transaction.
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
M I R A C O S T A
Explore academic subjects in greater
breadth and depth.
2492 M
6:30pm-9:15pm
Online
2493 ONL
Room #
DANIELS M
3.0 SAN601
CULBERTSON E
3.0 ONLINE
REAL 120 Real Estate Finance
Covers the basics of real estate finance including types of loans, the loan
process, the loan application, credit reports, lenders, and the monetary
system. CSU
Learn in small seminar-style classes
taught by dynamic faculty.
Oceanside Campus
Improve critical thinking and
communication skills.
An introductory real estate appraisal course covering the fundamentals of
appraisal plus the appraisal process and methods. CSU
Boost transcripts and increase chances
for acceptance at top universities.
Enjoy the friendship and support of
like-minded students.
2494 T
6:30pm-9:15pm
MCGOWAN R
Room #
3.0 OC3601
REAL 130 Real Estate Appraisal
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
2497 TH
6:30pm-9:15pm
CAVANAGH P
Room #
3.0 SAN302
REAL 240 Computer Applications in Real Estate
Fundamentals of computer applications and software as they relate to developing a real estate practice. CSU
Online
2496 ONL
CULBERTSON E
3.0 ONLINE
REAL 299P(3.0) Coop Work Exp — Occupational
Oceanside Campus:
ANTH 101H, ENGL 201H, FILM 101H,
GEOL 101H, HIST 101H, SOC 101H
San Elijo Campus:
ANTH 102H, ART 260H, HIST 100H,
OCEA 101H
For students whose work is related to their declared major. CSU
COREQUISITES: Students must be employed in a position directly related to
their declared major and must complete 75 hours of paid work or 60 hours
of non-paid work per unit of credit.
NOTE: To receive instructor consent and permission number,
students must submit employer contact information. Go to
www.miracosta.edu/dataform or the Career Center in Building
3700, Oceanside campus, to complete the form. Questions? Call
(760) 795-6772.
2499 ARR
STAFF
3.0 THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/17).
Religious Studies
To learn about the Honors
Scholar Program, drop by the
Honors Lounge in the Student Center
on the Oceanside Campus,
call (760) 795-6878 or visit online at
www.miracosta.edu/honors
See Philosophy (PHIL 122)
Restaurant Management
Courses required for certificates in Restaurant Management are listed
under Hospitality.
For more information,
e-mail Christopher Sleeper,
Honors Coordinator, at
honors@miracosta.edu
Any student may enroll in an
Honors course —membership in the
Honors Scholar Program is not required.
66
H Honors
H Course
Online class: Go to www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta
• On-Campus class with Limited Online Instruction
miraCosta CREDIT courses • Fall 2010
Class # Days
Time
Instructor
Units Room #
Class # Days
Time
Instructor
Sociology
Sociology
SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology
SOC 104 Statistics for Behavioral Science
Includes the principles of human relationships and social institutions. CSU; UC
Oceanside Campus
2502
2517
2513
2540
2506
2537
2507
2508
2518
2509
MW
TTH
S
TTH
TTH
MW
TTH
MW
TTH
TH
8:00am-9:15am
8:00am-9:15am
9:00am-11:45am
9:30am-10:45am
12:30pm-1:45pm
2:00pm-3:15pm
3:30pm-4:45pm
5:00pm-6:15pm
5:00pm-6:15pm
6:30pm-9:15pm
HOSKINS B
SANCHEZ G
MCCUNE B
SANCHEZ G
BAUM K
BLACKSHER A
MCCUNE B
BAUM K
MCCUNE B
AMADOR L
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
9:30am-10:45am BLACKSHER A
11:00am-12:15pm FRASER M
6:30pm-9:15pm AMADOR L
Online
2501 ONL
2514 ONL
HA T
HA T
Room #
OC3101
OC3201
OC3101
OC3101
OC3101
OC3201
OC3101
OC3201
OC3205
OC3201
Room #
3.0 SAN505
3.0 SAN505
3.0 SAN505
3.0 ONLINE
3.0 ONLINE
Covers methods for analyzing data in the behavioral sciences. Topics include
research design, descriptive statistics, probability, and statistical inference.
UC CREDIT LIMITATION: Credit for BIO 180/BTEC 180, MATH 103, or PSYC
104/SOC 104. CSU; UC — credit limitation
PREREQUISITE: MATH 101 or MATH 101B with a grade of “C” or better or
qualification through the Math Competency Exam or approved equivalent.
Enrollment Limitatation: Not open to students with prior credit in BTEC 180,
BIO 180, PSYC 104 or SOC 104.
Oceanside Campus
2522 MW
2538 MW
• 2523 TTH
2527 MW
2539 MW
• 2524 T
9:30am-10:45am
11:00am-12:15pm
2:00pm-3:15pm
2:00pm-3:15pm
3:30pm-4:45pm
6:30pm-9:15pm
MCPHERSON B
HOSKINS B
ESO S
HOSKINS B
HOSKINS B
MC FIELD D
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
• 2525
• 2526
TTH
TTH
LATE-START/Online
11:00am-12:15pm MC FIELD D
12:30pm-1:45pm MC FIELD D
Room #
3.0 OC4607
3.0 OC4607
3.0 OC4803A
3.0 OC4804
3.0 OC4607
3.0 OC4804
Room #
3.0 SAN112
3.0 SAN112
This course offers highly motivated students an enhanced and enriched
introduction to the study of human society. It explores the connections
among human relationships, social institutions, and social organization/social structures. UC CREDIT LIMITATION: Credit for SOC 101 or 101H. CSU;
UC — credit limitation
2528 ONL
KELLEY R
3.0 ONLINE
Students will take three exams at the Academic Proctoring Center
(at Oceanside or San Elijo). The syllabus is at www.miracosta.edu/
home/rkelley.
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/17).
2529 ONL
KELLEY R
3.0 ONLINE
Students will take three exams at the Academic Proctoring Center
(at Oceanside or San Elijo). The syllabus is at www.miracosta.edu/
home/rkelley.
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/17).
Oceanside Campus
SOC 105 Introduction to Justice Studies
Late-Start/Oceanside
2510 MW
9:15am-10:45am BAUM K
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/08-12/13).
Room #
3.0 OC3205
SOC 101H Introduction to Sociology (Honors)
2542 MW
Room #
9:30am-10:45am
HA T
This course is part of the Honors Scholar Program.
H H
3.0 OC3101
Oceanside Campus
SOC 102 Contemporary Social Problems
Analysis of problems of social inequality, poverty, crime, the family, education, health care, and others. CSU; UC
Oceanside Campus
2519 TTH
12:30pm-1:45pm
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
2511 TTH
12:30pm-1:45pm
Room #
BLACKSHER A
3.0 OC3201
HA T
3.0 SAN606
Room #
SOC 103 Social Psychology
Examines the effects of society and social groups on individuals. CSU; UC
Oceanside Campus
2520 MW
2521 T
Explores social, economic, and criminal justice issues by means of sociological, philosophical, and legal perspectives and methodologies. UC
CREDIT LIMITATION: Credit for ADM 100/100H or ADM 105/SOC 105. CSU;
UC — credit limitation
11:00am-12:15pm MC FIELD D
6:30pm-9:15pm BAUM K
Room #
3.0 OC3201
3.0 OC3101
2530 MW
12:30pm-1:45pm
HA T
Room #
3.0 OC4809
SOC 120 Introduction to Women’s Studies
Emphasis on current research and awareness of the objective conditions in
women’s lives as related to social class, different cultures, subcultures, and
countries. CSU; UC
Late-Start/Oceanside
2512 MW
2:00pm-3:30pm BAUM K
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/08-12/13).
Room #
3.0 OC3205
SOC 145 Psychology/Sociology of the Family
Studies the family as a social institution. Includes social and psychological factors applied to understanding the family and intimate relationships. CSU; UC
Oceanside Campus
2531 TTH
11:00am-12:15pm FRASER M
Room #
3.0 OC3101
SOC 205 Research Methods in Behavioral Sciences
Join the staff of the Chariot, MiraCosta College’s
student newspaper, this fall! Earn internship credit or a
scholarship, make new friends and get involved in the college. For more
information, e-mail mccchariot@yahoo.com or call (760) 757-2121, ext. 6254.
This introduction to research methodologies used in behavioral sciences
emphasizes an appreciation of the scientific method, the development of
research skills, knowledge of research ethics, and the evaluation and use of
scientific research. CSU; UC
PREREQUISITE: PSYC 101 or SOC 101; and PSYC 104 or SOC 104 and
ENGL 100.
Enrollment Limitation: Not open to students with prior credit in SOC 205
or PSYC 205.
Oceanside Campus
2532 TTH
3131 MW
+Repeatable course
*Meets off-campus (see page 114)
8:30am-10:45am
11:00am-1:15pm
CSU; UC: Transferable course
ESO S
ESO S
Room #
3.0 OC4804
3.0 OC4804
67
ALL COURSES
2503 TTH
2504 MW
2515 T
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
Units Room #
miraCosta CREDIT courses • Fall 2010
Class # Days
Time
Instructor
Units Room #
Class # Days
Time
Instructor
Spanish
SOC 207 Race and Ethnic Relations
SPAN 102 Elementary Spanish (Second Semester)
This course uses race and ethnicity theories to systematically examine and
connect past historical events to current racial and ethnic dynamics in the
United States. CSU; UC
Oceanside Campus
3155 TTH
2:00pm-3:15pm
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
2516 TTH
9:30am-10:45am
Room #
HOSKINS B
3.0 OC3205
HOSKINS B
3.0 SAN302
Room #
Study of behavior and development as shaped by family and cultural influences. CSU; UC
ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 100.
Oceanside Campus
• 2534
• 2535
TTH
M
Online
2536 ONL
8:00am-9:15am
6:30pm-9:15pm
Room #
SEPULVEDA R
WARE M
3.0 OC8001
3.0 OC3201
MOORE V
3.0 ONLINE
Spanish
2585
2604
2565
2569
2579
MW
TTH
MW
MW
TTH
8:00am-10:15am
11:00am-1:15pm
1:30pm-3:45pm
4:30pm-6:45pm
7:00pm-9:15pm
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
2563
2567
2599
2577
TTH
TTH
MW
MW
Online
2602 ONL
SPAN 101 Elementary Spanish (First Semester)
9:30am-11:45am
1:00pm-3:15pm
1:00pm-3:15pm
6:30pm-8:45pm
This course introduces basic Spanish pronunciation, vocabulary, and grammar
and explores the history, geography, and customs of the Spanish-speaking
world. CSU; UC
SPAN 152 Beginning Conversation
Oceanside Campus
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
2547
2608
2612
2551
2597
2553
2616
2591
2589
2559
2561
MTWT
MW
TTH
MW
TTH
TTH
MW
TTH
MW
MW
TTH
7:30am-8:35am
8:00am-10:15am
8:00am-10:15am
11:00am-1:15pm
11:00am-1:15pm
1:30pm-3:45pm
1:30pm-3:45pm
4:00pm-6:15pm
4:30pm-6:45pm
7:00pm-9:15pm
7:00pm-9:15pm
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
2549
2614
2555
2557
2543
2587
Online
MW
TTH
MW
TTH
TTH
MW
2545 ONL
2606 ONL
9:30am-11:45am
9:30am-11:45am
1:00pm-3:15pm
1:00pm-3:15pm
4:00pm-6:15pm
6:30pm-8:45pm
RAJAH R
CRUZ C
OCHOA S
OCHOA S
HERNANDEZ P
MARQUES D
TOLEDO-YILDI
GUTIERREZ V
HERRERA A
ALVARADO F
WALL D
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
Room #
OCT402
OC3504
OC3504
OCT402
OC3515
OC3515
OC3515
OC3515
OCT402
OC3504
OCT402
Room #
WESTLAKE O
DETWILER D
RODRIGUEZ L
DETWILER D
PEDROZA C
GOMEZ-CARLSS
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
SAN308
SAN308
SAN609
SAN308
SAN507
SAN502
HERNANDEZ P
VIDAL L
4.0 ONLINE
4.0 ONLINE
2601 F
9:00am-11:45am
Oceanside Library: (760) 795-6682
San Elijo Library: (760) 944-4449, ext. 7748
www.miracosta.edu/tutoring
ARCEO R
ARCEO R
VINALL K
BECKMAN W
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
SAN202
SAN304
SAN308
SAN609
VIDAL L
4.0 ONLINE
PICKSLAY A
Late-Start/Oceanside
2618 W
5:00pm-6:25pm ALVAREZ F
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/08-12/15).
Room #
Room #
3.0 SAN502
Room #
1.5 OC3515
SPAN 201 Intermediate Spanish (Third Semester)
This course is a continuation of SPAN 101 and SPAN 102. It reviews and
expands first-year grammar with emphasis on communicative proficiency.
This course also provides for increased awareness of the Spanish-speaking
world culture. UC CREDIT LIMITATION: Credit for SPAN 201 or 203. CSU;
UC — credit limitation
PREREQUISITE: SPAN 102 with a “C” or better or third year of high school
Spanish with a “C” or better.
Enrollment Limitation: Not open to students with prior credit in SPAN 202
or 203.
Oceanside Campus
8:00am-10:15am
11:00am-1:15pm
7:00pm-9:15pm
2583 MW
2610 MW
1:00pm-3:15pm
6:30pm-8:45pm
Online
2972 ONL
Room #
ALVAREZ F
ARCEO R
ALVAREZ F
4.0 OC3515
4.0 OC3515
4.0 OC3515
DETWILER D
OCAMPO M
4.0 SAN606
4.0 SAN407
HERNANDEZ P
4.0 ONLINE
Room #
SPAN 202 Intermediate Spanish (Fourth Semester)
This continuation of Spanish 201 reviews and expands third-semester
grammar with an emphasis on communicative proficiency. The course also
provides for increased awareness of the Spanish-speaking world’s history,
geography, and customs. CSU; UC
PREREQUISITE: SPAN 201 with a “C” or better or four years of high school
Spanish with a “C” or better.
Enrollment Limitation: Not open to students with prior credit in SPAN 203.
2581 MW
Online: Go to www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta
OC3515
OC3504
OCT402
OC3504
OC3515
Provides students in the health care fields with the basic language skills
needed to communicate with Spanish-speaking patients. Introductory Spanish
grammar and vocabulary needed by medical personnel (body parts, organs,
systems, common diseases and symptoms).
Oceanside Campus
68
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
SPAN 160 Spanish for Health Care Providers I
San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
We can help — free tutoring is available for most
courses! Call or stop by to make an appointment.
Room #
GOMEZ-CARLSS
MARQUES D
WHETTEN R
OCHOA S
MENDOZA P
Basic Spanish for everyday situations. Emphasis on oral communication with
an overview of grammar and vocabulary fundamentals.
2571 TTH
2619 MW
2573 MW
Looking for good grades?
Classes have you frustrated?
Units Room #
This course is a continuation of SPAN 101. It reviews and expands on first
semester grammar with emphasis on communicative proficiency. This
course also provides for increased awareness of the Spanish-speaking world
culture. CSU; UC
PREREQUISITE: SPAN 101 with a “C” or better or two years of high school
Spanish with a “C” or better.
Enrollment Limitation: Not open to students with prior credit in SPAN 201,
202, or 203.
Oceanside Campus
SOC 210 Child, Family, and Community
ALL COURSES
Sociology
1:30pm-3:45pm
• On-Campus with Limited Online
ALVAREZ F
Room #
4.0 OCT307
Hybrid: On-Campus and Online
miraCosta CREDIT courses • Fall 2010
Class # Days
Time
Instructor
Units Room #
Spanish
SPAN 203 Spanish for Native Speakers
This course reviews the rules needed to improve orthography (spelling), use of
written accents, punctuation, and other aspects of writing.The course involves
extended literary readings, film, and essay writing on Hispanic cultures. UC
CREDIT LIMITATION: Credit for SPAN 201 or 203. CSU; UC — credit limitation
PREREQUISITE: SPAN 201 with a “C” or better or four years of high school
Spanish with a “C” or better.
LATE-START/Online
2575 ONL
ARCEO R
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/17).
3.0 ONLINE
Class # Days
Time
Instructor
Units Room #
Looking for a new career?
If business is your thing, check
out these career options —
you can earn a certificate in
2– 4 semesters:
SPAN 210 Intermediate Conversation and Reading
Late-Start/San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
2595 TTH
4:45pm-6:15pm LEE T
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/14).
Room #
Accounting
3.0 SAN502
Agri-Business Management
SPAN 211 Intermediate Conversation and Writing
(see Horticulture)
Emphasis on oral communication and intermediate level writing in Spanish.
Review of some advanced grammar. May be taken concurrently with SPAN
202. CSU; UC
PREREQUISITE: SPAN 201 or SPAN 210 or four years of high school Spanish.
Late-Start/San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
2596 TTH
4:45pm-6:15pm LEE T
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/14).
Business of Music
(see Music)
Computer Applications
(See Computer Studies)
Room #
3.0 SAN502
E-Commerce
(See Computer Studies)
Entrepreneurship
Special Education
(see Business)
SPEC 840 Strategies Designed for Students with Learning Disabilities:
Mathematics
Floral Design
(see Horticulture)
Students receive instruction in mathematics as prescribed by their individual
education plans. Visual and auditory processing skills through work in mathematics plus compensatory techniques are emphasized.
Oceanside Campus
+2623 TTH
11:00am-12:15pm SCHAEFER N
Landscape Management
(see Horticulture)
Management
Room #
3.0 OC3005
(see Business)
SPEC 850 English Essentials Designed for Students with Learning
Disabilities
Marketing
(see Business)
Designed for students with learning disabilities. Prepares students to write
clear, organized sentences, paragraphs, and essays utilizing reading and
study strategies to enhance learning in English classes.
Oceanside Campus
+2621 TTH
9:30am-10:45am
ALL COURSES
Development of oral communication and reading comprehension through
cultural materials, discussion of practical topics, fundamental and expanded
vocabulary, and commonly used idioms. Some grammar review. CSU; UC
PREREQUISITE: SPAN 102 with a “C” or better or three years of high school
Spanish.
SCHAEFER N
Medical Insurance & Coding
(see Medical Administrative Professional)
Medical Transcription
Room #
(see Business Office Technology)
3.0 OC3005
Nursery/Horticultural Crop Production
SPEC 860 Educational Planning and Assessment
(see Horticulture)
Designed for students who have a suspected learning disability. Individual
assessment evaluates learning strengths, weaknesses, and styles with a
goal toward establishing appropriate educational objectives and improved
academic performance. This class is offered pass/no pass only.
Oceanside Campus
Office Manager
(see Business Office Technology)
Real Estate
Room #
2622 ARR
SCHAEFER N
.5 OC3005
Students must attend a two-hour orientation. Contact DSPS at
1-760-795-6658 to schedule the orientation.
Restaurant Management
(see Hospitality)
Retail Management
(see Business)
Speech
Tax Preparation
See Communication
(see Accounting)
Statistics
See MATH 103, PSYC 104, SOC 104
NEED CAREER COUNSELING OR HELP CHOOSING A MAJOR?
Stop by the Career Center in Building 3700 on the Oceanside
Campus, or call (760) 795-6772.
Career Center staff will be at the San Elijo Campus
by appointment.
+Repeatable course
*Meets off-campus (see page 114)
CSU; UC: Transferable course
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Class # Days
Time
Instructor
Units Room #
Class # Days
Time
Instructor
Units Room #
Surgical Technology
SURG 103 Clinical Practice for Surgical Technology
Supervised application of previously learned theory and skills in the care of
patients in selected clinical facilities. Student practice will be coordinated
by a faculty member. Supervision of the student will be shared by the staff
of the affiliating institution and the college faculty. This class is offered pass/
no-pass only.
PREREQUISITES: SURG 101 and SURG 101L.
COREQUISITE: SURG 104 and SURG 104L.
3013 ARR
EDWARDS L
11.0 & DAVIS N
+32 hours weekly.
Theatre
ALL COURSES
See Dramatic Arts
Travel & Tourism
Cooperative Work Experience
Education
Courses required for certificates in Travel and Tourism are listed
under Hospitality.
Wine Technology
See Horticulture (HORT 143, 145, 147, 148, 149)
Work Experience Education
WKEX 233P(3.0) General Cooperative Work Experience (Paid)
This course is for students who are employed in a job not directly related to
their major who seek to learn new skills or improve existing skills at work
under the instruction of a MiraCosta faculty-mentor. CSU
COREQUISITE: Must be employed and complete 75 paid hours for each
unit of credit
NOTE: Students must complete 225 hours of work by the end of
the semester. Instructors are assigned to this course by geographic
area. To choose your instructor, look for the city or town where you
work. If it is not listed, choose the city or town closest. Questions?
Call the Career Center: 760/795-6772.
+2626 ARR
WILCOX D
3.0 Camp Pendleton, Oceanside
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/17).
+3096 ARR
MOBERLY J
3.0 Oceanside Campus and vicinity
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/17).
+3097 ARR
TALBERGS J
3.0 Carlsbad, Encinitas, Solana Beach
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/17).
+3098 ARR
LEE H
3.0 East Vista, San Marcos, Escondido
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/17).
+3099 ARR
STEWART P
3.0 West Vista, Fallbrook, Bonsall
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/17).
+3100 ARR
BLAND S
3.0 Cardiff, Del Mar, La Jolla
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/17).
+3101 ARR
WOODARD J
3.0 Poway, Miramar, San Diego
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/17).
299P(3.0) Occupational Cooperative Work Experience (Paid)
For students whose work is related to their instructional major.
See ALL COURSES section for courses numbered 299.
Yoga
See Kinesiology (KINE 145, 147, 149, 152)
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Get credit for your
experience!
Enroll in a co-op class
Get credit for learning new things at your job
by enrolling in a cooperative work experience
education (co-op) class. There are two types of
co-op—one is right for you.
Occupational Co-op (#299)
Are you working in the field you are studying? Co-op classes
are offered in almost every career and technical education
major as course number 299 in the class schedule and on
SURF. To enroll in a 299 class, go to www.miracosta.edu/
dataform to provide information about your job, and then
you’ll be assigned a permission number. Questions? Call the
Career Center at (760) 795-6772.
• Already employed as a business professional? You’ll want BUS 299.
• Do you work in landscaping? HORT 299 is the course for you.
• Is your job in real estate? Check out REAL 299.
General Co-op (WKEX 233)
Are you working in a job that’s not related to your major?
Do you want to set goals that will help you develop the skills
you’ll need to become a valued employee in any job?
Enroll in WKEX 233.
To enroll in WKEX 233, choose the instructor who is assigned
to the city or town where you work. If it’s not listed, choose the
closest city or town. Questions? Call the Career Center at
(760) 795-6772.
• On-Campus with Limited Online
Hybrid: On-Campus and Online
miraCosta CREDIT courses • Fall 2010
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Time
Instructor
Units Room #
Class # Days
Time
Instructor
Units Room #
San Elijo Campus
3333 Manchester Avenue • Cardiff
MiraCosta’s San Elijo Campus is located in Cardiff with easy access from I-5. This scenic campus faces the San Elijo Lagoon
and is smaller than the Oceanside Campus, serving about 3,000 students each semester. Students enjoy the small,
friendly atmosphere of the campus as well as an active student government; plenty of parking; and a great student center,
which features a cafeteria, bookstore, student activities, and government offices and meeting rooms.
Students planning to transfer may complete their
general education requirements and preparation
for many majors at the San Elijo Campus.
Some majors may require a class or two at the
Oceanside Campus, located just 17 miles north.
+Repeatable course
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•
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•
•
Admissions & Records
Counseling
Campus Police
Health Services
Student Activities/Student Government
Testing Services
Tutoring & Academic Support Center
Writing Center
These services are available to San Elijo students
via telephone or appointment:
•
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•
•
•
•
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•
•
SAN ELIJO Campus
A variety of student services are offered at San Elijo full-time;
others have scheduled hours at the campus. Of special interest
to students is an active student government program that
schedules weekly activities and events, and the Tutoring and
Academic Support Center. Free tutoring is available for most
classes by appointment, and help with writing and math is
provided by the Math Learning Center and the Writing Center
on a drop-in basis.
These services are full-time at the San Elijo Campus:
Career Center
Disabled Students Programs & Services (DSPS)
Extended Opportunity Programs & Services/CalWORKs
Financial Aid
International Students & Study Abroad
Scholarship Office
Service Learning
Transfer Center
Veterans Services
*Meets off-campus (see page 114)
CSU; UC: Transferable course
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Class # Days
Time
Instructor
Units Room #
Class # Days
Time
Art
ACCT 101 Practical Accounting
ART 100 Drawing and Composition
Course covers recordkeeping for sole proprietorships in trade or service
businesses as well as financial statements, worksheets, and journals. CSU
1015 TTH
9:30am-11:15am CARSTENSEN E 4.0 SAN303
ACCT 145 Individual Income Tax
Covers filing status, exemptions, income and exclusions, business expenses,
itemized deductions, credits, capital gains, depreciation, tax payments, partnerships, corporations, IRS and FTB, and audits. CTEC-approved course which
fulfills the 60-hour “qualifying education” requirement for tax preparers. CSU
1005 TTH
5:30pm-7:15pm STAFF
4.0 SAN303
ACCT 201 Financial Accounting
Transfer-level course for Business and Accounting majors focusing on the
accounting process and financial statements. A requirement for the Accounting and Bookkeeping certificates. CSU; UC
ADVISORY: ACCT 101.
1007 MW
9:30am-11:15am VERA S
4.0 SAN303
1023 TTH
11:30am-1:15pm CARSTENSEN E 4.0 SAN303
1009 MW
5:30pm-7:15pm MARTIN L
4.0 SAN303
ACCT 202 Managerial Accounting
This transfer-level course for business and accounting majors focuses on
decision-making, planning, controlling, and costing with accounting information. CSU; UC
PREREQUISITE: ACCT 201.
1013 MW
11:30am-1:15pm VERA S
4.0 SAN303
1017 MW
7:30pm-9:15pm MARTIN L
4.0 SAN303
SAN ELIJO Campus
Accounting
Instructor
Units Room #
Beginning course in drawing which develops basic drawing skills, perception,
and personal expression. CSU; UC
1075 MW
9:30am-12:15pm STAFF
3.0 SAN205
1081 TTH
2:00pm-4:45pm EGGLETON J
3.0 SAN206
ART 101 Design and Color
Students will create artworks using paint, drawing materials, and other
media to demonstrate and evaluate fundamental principles of design and
color. History, theory, and critical analysis of art will be integrated into the
study of design and color. CSU; UC
+1085 TTH
8:00am-10:45am LO J
3.0 SAN206
+1089 MW
2:00pm-4:45pm STAFF
3.0 SAN206
ART 103 Beginning Sculpture
(Materials Fee: $25.00) In this sculpture course students explore the language
of three-dimensional form, structure, and space. CSU; UC
1093 MW
10:00am-12:45pm RAMOS D
3.0 SAN206
ART 157 Art Orientation
An overview of the field of art, covering elements of form, subject, and
various media. CSU; UC
1098 F
9:00am-11:45am CONTRERAS J
3.0 SAN606
1192 TH
6:30pm-9:15pm ABEL J
3.0 SAN606
ART 203 Life Drawing
Administration of Justice
The human figure is the subject of this drawing course. Students work from a
nude model using a variety of media including charcoal and pastels. CSU; UC
+1101 MW
6:30pm-9:15pm WHEELDEN M
3.0 SAN205
+1193 TTH
3:00pm-6:20pm LEWELLAN C
3.0 SAN205
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/16).
ADM 100 Introduction to the Administration of Justice
ART 204 Painting
This course explores the roots of our current justice system and covers
criminal justice subsystems, their relationship to the overall social system,
and issues relevant to criminal law, crime statistics, crime causation, criminal
procedure, and rationales for punishment. UC CREDIT LIMITATION: Credit
for ADM 100/100H, or ADM 105/SOC 105. CSU; UC — credit limitation
1033 TTH
2:00pm-3:30pm CONNOLLY P
3.0 SAN303
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/14).
Anthropology
ANTH 101 Biological Anthropology
Examines human appearance and behavior from a biological perspective,
including coverage of evolution theory, genetics, primate ecology, and the
fossil evidence for human evolution. CSU; UC
1046 MW
9:30am-10:45am MILLER L
3.0 SAN609
1048 TTH
2:00pm-3:15pm PAIN B
3.0 SAN401
Lab to accompany ANTH 101. Practical, hands-on learning in genetics, human
osteology, primate comparative anatomy, methods for observing primate
behavior, fossil evidence for human evolution. CSU; UC
PREREQUISITE: ANTH 101 or ANTH 101H.
COREQUISITE: ANTH 101 or ANTH 101H if prerequisite not met.
1055 TH
6:30pm-9:15pm FROEHLE A
1.0 SAN406
ANTH 102H Cultural Anthropology (Honors)
This course offers highly motivated students an advanced introduction to the
study of human culture, including global diversity in use of the environment,
gender roles, language, art, and ritual. UC CREDIT LIMITATION: Credit for
ANTH 102 or 102H. CSU; UC — credit limitation
8:00am-9:15am
MILLER L
This course is part of the Honors Scholar Program.
H H
3.0 SAN609
Architecture
ARCH 207 AutoDesk Revit Building 3D CADD
Develops computer-aided drafting and parametric modeling skills for use in
architectural, engineering, construction, and interior design industries using
Revit software. Electronic modeling, drafting, and presentation techniques
will be taught.
1068 T
5:30pm-9:15pm VORKOPER D
2.0 SAN112
72
H Honors
H Course
ART 205 Painting in Watercolor and Waterbase Media
Composition, techniques, and theory of painting using watercolor/waterbase
media. CSU; UC
+1111 F
9:00am-4:20pm NUGENT K
3.0 SAN205
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/10-12/17).
ART 206 Figure Painting
ANTH 101L Biological Anthropology Laboratory
2988 MW
Students will study past and present practices in painting working from various subjects which may include still life, landscape, figures, or portraits either
from life or two-dimensional references using oils or acrylic as determined
by instructor. CSU; UC
ADVISORY: ART 100 or ART 101.
+1134 F
9:00am-4:20pm NUGENT K
3.0 SAN205
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/10-12/17).
+1105 TTH
10:00am-1:15pm NEMOUR L
3.0 SAN205
Note: Emphasis Oil.
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/14).
Working from a posed model, students explore various approaches to the
representation of the human figure. Media may include oils, acrylics, ink,
watercolor, or pastels as directed by the instructor. CSU; UC
ADVISORY: ART 100 or ART 204.
+1103 MW
6:30pm-9:15pm WHEELDEN M
3.0 SAN205
ART 225 Ceramics
(Materials Fee: $25.00) Emphasis on creative use of ceramic material and
techniques. Fee does not include costs to purchase clay. CSU; UC
+1144 F
9:00am-2:45pm BERNING K
3.0 SAN206
ART 247 Digital Imaging 1: Adobe Photoshop
Introduction to the digital imaging software program, Adobe Photoshop.
Students will use photo editing and color correction tools to enhance digital
images and to create special effects using the computer. Projects include
raster graphic designs for use in print publishing, website design, and multimedia. Involves considerable hands-on instruction and multiple projects. CSU
1163 MW
9:30am-10:45am BRIZENDINE D
3.0 SAN108
1162 TH
2:00pm-4:45pm MALONE J
3.0 SAN108
ART 259 History of Renaissance to Modern Art
Survey of Western art history from Renaissance to early Twentieth Century.
CSU; UC
1127 MW
8:00am-9:15am
BUOTE M
3.0 SAN606
Online class: Go to www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta
• On-Campus class with Limited Online Instruction
miraCosta CREDIT courses • Fall 2010
Class # Days
Time
Instructor
Units Room #
Class # Days
Time
Art
Biological Sciences
ART 260H History of Modern Art (Honors)
BIO 170 Marine Biology
This honors course introduces highly motivated students to European and
American modern art from the mid-19th century to post World War II. UC
CREDIT LIMITATION: Credit for ART 260 or 260H. CSU; UC — credit limitation
1209 MW
H H
9:30am-10:45am
BUOTE M
3.0 SAN606
This course is part of the Honors Scholar Program.
Instructor
Units Room #
Explores the diversity of marine organisms and introduces basic biological and ecological concepts. Combining classroom investigation with field
exploration, the laboratory emphasizes an understanding of the marine environment from the biology of marine organisms to the structure of coastal
communities. CSU; UC
1288 TTH
9:30am-10:45am HAUGSNESS WH 4.0 SAN501
&TH
11:30am-2:15pm
SAN402
BIO 202 Foundations of Biology: Evolution, Biodiversity, and Organismal
Biology
Astronomy
ASTR 101 Descriptive Astronomy
Introductory course surveying a broad range of astronomical topics including
light and telescopes, the solar system and its components, planets, stars,
nebulae, galaxies, and cosmology. Emphasizes the nature and process of
science. UC CREDIT LIMITATION: Credit for ASTR 101 or 201; no credit for
201 if taken after 101. CSU; UC — credit limitation
1206 MW
9:30am-10:45am FITZGERALD B
3.0 SAN406
1202 TTH
12:30pm-1:45pm FRENCH R
3.0 SAN401
1203 T
6:30pm-9:15pm FITZGERALD B
3.0 SAN406
Biological Sciences
BIO 100 General Biology (Lecture and Lab)
BIO 101 General Biology
This entry-level course provides a broad perspective of biological concepts
and principles, and it presents them in a real-world context to develop the
student’s ability to make effective decisions regarding current issues in biology. UC CREDIT LIMITATION: Credit for BIO 100, 101, 103, or 105. No credit
for BIO 103 or 105 if taken after 100 or 101, 101L. CSU; UC — credit limitation
ADVISORY: Concurrent enrollment in BIO 101L is strongly recommended.
Eligibility for English 100.
1243 MW
8:00am-9:15am
MARBEY D
3.0 SAN401
1244 TTH
9:30am-10:45am BAILEY S
3.0 SAN401
1250 MW
11:00am-12:15pm WEST J
3.0 SAN401
1251 MW
3:30pm-4:45pm ANTONIADES S
3.0 SAN401
1285 W
6:30pm-9:15pm KURZ-CAMACHO 3.0 SAN401
1318 M
6:30pm-9:15pm WATERS A
3.0 SAN401
BIO 101L General Biology Laboratory
This laboratory accompaniment to BIO 101 introduces the practices, techniques, and skills inherent to studies in the biological sciences, thereby
reinforcing, supporting, and extending theoretical concepts introduced in
the companion lecture course. UC CREDIT LIMITATION: Credit for BIO 100,
101, 103, or 105. No credit for BIO 103 or 105 if taken after BIO 100 or 101,
101L. CSU; UC — credit limitation
PREREQUISITE: BIO 101.
COREQUISITE: BIO 101 if prerequisite not met.
Enrollment Limitation: Not open to students with prior credit in BIO 100.
1254 M
8:00am-10:45am WEST J
1.0 SAN402
1287 T
11:30am-2:15pm BAILEY S
1.0 SAN402
1258 T
3:00pm-5:45pm BAILEY S
1.0 SAN402
1298 TH
3:00pm-5:45pm ANTONIADES S
1.0 SAN402
BIO 102 Ecology and Environmental Biology
This course for non-science majors uses an interdisciplinary approach to
explore the science of ecology and address contemporary environmental
problems. The accompanying lab includes field trips to local environmental
resources. CSU; UC
ADVISORY: Eligibility for English 100.
1259 MW
9:30am-10:45am STILLINGER D
4.0 SAN401
&W
11:30am-2:15pm
SAN402
+Repeatable course
BIO 210 Human Anatomy
This course follows a systemic approach to microscopic (tissue) and gross
anatomical studies of the human body and provides training in dissection
techniques. CSU; UC
PREREQUISITE: BIO 100, 101 or NURS 151 or a minimum 3-unit course in
biology that includes curriculum which presents principles of cellular life.
1273 TTH
5:30pm-6:20pm THOMPSON S
4.0 SAN401
&TTH
6:45pm-9:30pm
SAN402
1312 WF
8:00am-10:45am DORNER M
4.0 SAN402
&ONL
ONLINE
+2 hours weekly online.
BIO 220 Human Physiology
Emphasis is placed on the integration of body systems and interactions at the
cellular and molecular levels for maintaining homeostasis. Students will have
the opportunity to record and analyze their own physiological data. CSU; UC
PREREQUISITE: BIO 100, BIO 101, BIO 204 or BIO 210.
ADVISORY: CHEM 100 or CHEM 104.
1306 MW
1:00pm-2:15pm THOMFORD J
4.0 SAN407
&W
3:00pm-5:45pm
SAN402
Business Administration
BUS 120 Introduction to Business
Covers economics, global markets, social responsibility, ownership forms,
entrepreneurship, management, organization, employee relations, marketing,
decision-making, accounting, and financial management. CSU; UC
1348 TTH
9:30am-10:45am SOZA R
3.0 SAN606
BUS 130 Small Business Management
Covers research, analyzing trends and competition, startup, business plans,
franchises, legal issues, marketing, accounting, managing personnel. CSU
1340 T
6:30pm-9:15pm THOMAS E
3.0 SAN302
BUS 136 Human Relations in Business
Covers motivation, values, attitudes, group behavior, teamwork, total quality, communication, productivity, conflict management, and change. CSU
1343 TTH
11:00am-12:15pm SOZA R
3.0 SAN606
BUS 138 Advertising and Promotion
Covers strategic planning, research, budgeting, choosing message and media,
creating ads, public relations. CSU
3129 MW
11:00am-12:15pm LOVEJOY N
3.0 SAN606
BUS 140 Legal Environment of Business
Covers courts, torts, crimes, contracts, sales, consumer protection, insurance,
bankruptcy, agency, employment, business entities, secured transactions,
real/personal property, landlord/tenant, wills/trusts. CSU; UC
1345 MW
9:30am-10:45am LUND E
3.0 SAN202
1352 W
6:30pm-9:15pm LUND E
3.0 SAN302
*Meets off-campus (see page 114)
CSU; UC: Transferable course
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SAN ELIJO Campus
This entry-level course provides a broad perspective of biological concepts
and principles, and it presents them in a real-world context to develop the
student’s ability to make effective decisions regarding current issues in biology. The laboratory component of this course provides direct participation
in experiments, demonstrations, and discussions related to fundamental
concepts in biology. UC CREDIT LIMITATION: Credit for BIO 100, 101, 103,
or 105. No credit for BIO 103 or 105 if taken after BIO 100 or 101, 101L. CSU;
UC — credit limitation
2996 MW
12:30pm-1:45pm BAUGHMAN G
4.0 SAN401
&M
3:00pm-5:45pm
SAN402
Course covers biological diversity, plant/animal physiology, evolutionary biology, behavior, and ecology. CSU; UC
PREREQUISITE: MATH 101 or MATH 101B with a grade of “C” or better or
qualification through the Math Competency Exam or approved equivalent.
ADVISORY: Completion of college-level coursework in biology with focus at
organismal or populational level, e.g. BIO 100, BIO 101, BIO 102, BIO 103,
BIO 150, BIO 170, or BIO 220.
1265 MW
9:30am-10:45am IHARA J
4.0 SAN407
&M
11:30am-2:15pm
SAN402
miraCosta CREDIT courses • Fall 2010
Class # Days
Time
Instructor
Units Room #
Class # Days
Time
Child Development
BUS 290 Business Communication
CHLD 106 Educational Play: Materials
Effective written, oral and electronic communication through carefully organized and designed memos, letters, reports and presentations. CSU
PREREQUISITE: Pass with a grade of “P” ENGL 803 or ESL 803 or approved
equivalent, or qualify through the English Assessment or approved equivalent.
ADVISORY: ENGL 100.
1356 TTH
8:00am-9:15am
SOZA R
3.0 SAN606
1361 M
6:30pm-9:15pm LEVY L
3.0 SAN302
Career and Life Planning
CRLP 100 Career and Life Planning
This course assists students in successfully establishing and achieving education, career, and life goals through a comprehensive approach to effective
planning. Students relate their interests, personality, learning style, transferable skills, and work values to academic major and career options. CSU; UC
1401 MW
8:00am-9:15am
STAFF
3.0 SAN305
CRLP 101 Introduction to Career Planning
An introduction to the career planning process including self-assessment,
career research, decision-making, and job search strategies. Stages of career development and the active management of one’s own career will be
emphasized. This class is offered pass/no pass only. CSU
1399 TTH
9:00am-10:45am BADER E
1.0 SAN509
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-09/30)
Chemistry
CHEM 100 Introductory Chemistry
SAN ELIJO Campus
Business Administration
Beginning course that teaches the student the language, materials, mathematics, and principles of chemistry. Designed for the non-chemistry major,
and along with CHEM 102, makes up the “General-Organic-Biological” (GOB)
sequence required for many allied health fields. While this course has no
prerequisites, high school-level math skills are assumed. UC CREDIT LIMITATION: Credit for CHEM 100, 103, 103L, or 108. No credit for 100, 103 or 103L
if taken after CHEM 108 or 110. CSU; UC — credit limitation
1406 F
9:00am-11:45am ASSADERAGHI 4.0 SAN407
&F
1:00pm-3:45pm
SAN402
CHEM 108 Preparatory Chemistry
Provides skills in problem-solving, math, critical thinking, and abstract visualization used in CHEM 110. Historical development of chemistry, graphing
and measurements, dimensional analysis, atomic theory, nomenclature,
quantum theory, stoichiometry, chemical reactions, gases, bonding theory,
Lewis structures, and the relationship between chemistry and society. UC
CREDIT LIMITATION: Credit for CHEM 100, 103, 103L, or 108. No credit for
100, 103 or 103L if taken after CHEM 108 or 110. CSU; UC — credit limitation
PREREQUISITE: MATH 101 or MATH 101B or qualification through the Math
Competency Exam or approved equivalent.
COREQUISITE: MATH 101 OR MATH 101B if prerequisite not met.
Enrollment Limitation: Not open to students with credit in CHEM 110.
1425 TTH
11:00am-12:15pm MCMAHON S
3.0 SAN407
CHEM 110 General Chemistry
Study of fundamental principles and their applications. Chemical calculations are emphasized. Laboratory assignments complement the work in
class. CSU; UC
PREREQUISITE: CHEM 108 or one year of high school chemistry, and MATH
101 or MATH 101B with a grade of “C” or better or qualification through the
Math Competency Exam or approved equivalent.
ADVISORY: CHEM 108 strongly recommended if it has been four or more
years since chemistry course.
1415 TTH
11:00am-12:15pm BOLANOS T
5.0 SAN401
&TTH
8:00am-10:45am
SAN402
3023 MW
5:00pm-6:15pm GABBAY S
5.0 SAN407
&MW
6:45pm-9:30pm
SAN402
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H Course
Instructor
Units Room #
Overview of curriculum and development of play materials and activities for
young children. Includes philosophy of play, developmentally and culturally
appropriate practices, and designing curriculum based on observation and
assessment of young children.
1445 T
6:30pm-9:35pm D’ARCY A
3.0 SAN609
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/14).
CHLD 109 Child Behavior and Guidance
This course examines the reasons for children’s behavior in relation to appropriate teaching strategies and interventions. Students learn how to design,
implement, and evaluate developmentally appropriate classroom guidance
and discipline strategies. CSU
1446 TH
6:30pm-9:15pm THOMPSON R
3.0 SAN505
CHLD 121 Human Development
This is a study of emotional, intellectual, social, and physical growth patterns
from conception to death. Explores major theories of development. UC
CREDIT LIMITATION: Credit for CHLD 112/PSYC 112, CHLD 113/PSYC 113,
or CHLD 121/PSYC 121. CSU; UC — credit limitation
1471 TTH
11:00am-12:15pm WHITNEY M
3.0 SAN502
Communication
COMM 101 Oral Communication
Provides experience in creating and delivering oral presentations; covers
organization and support of ideas, and effective delivery. CSU; UC
ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 100.
1491 MW
8:00am-9:15am
BROWN M
3.0 SAN507
1485 TTH
11:00am-12:15pm ARENIVAR S
3.0 SAN507
1517 MW
11:00am-12:15pm BROWN M
3.0 SAN507
1507 MW
2:00pm-3:15pm STAFF
3.0 SAN507
1511 TTH
2:00pm-3:15pm WALSH A
3.0 SAN507
1487 TH
6:30pm-9:15pm PERKINS P
3.0 SAN507
1519 T
6:30pm-9:15pm ARENIVAR S
3.0 SAN507
COMM 106 Group Communication
Introduces students to group communication processes and principles, and
the necessary role of discussion in society. CSU; UC
ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 100.
1520 MW
9:30am-10:45am STAFF
3.0 SAN507
1522 MW
12:30pm-1:45pm STAFF
3.0 SAN507
COMM 120 Principles of Human Communication
Introductory course in human communication concepts and theories, with a
focus on the role and significance of communication in and across different
contexts. CSU; UC
ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 100.
1514 TTH
9:30am-10:45am ARENIVAR S
3.0 SAN507
COMM 207 Interpersonal Communication
Study of the communication process, perception, symbolic nature of language,
and effects of communication on people in society. CSU; UC
ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 100.
1504 W
6:30pm-9:15pm EIDSMORE J
3.0 SAN507
COMM 212 Argumentation
Development of critical thinking skills. Practice of creating and evaluating
arguments. CSU; UC
ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 100.
1497 TTH
8:00am-9:15am
MOURA N
3.0 SAN507
COMM 215 Intercultural Communication
This course analyzes the cultural factors and variables that influence human
communication choices and actions. CSU; UC
ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 100.
2960 TTH
12:30pm-1:45pm ARENIVAR S
3.0 SAN507
Online class: Go to www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta
• On-Campus class with Limited Online Instruction
miraCosta CREDIT courses • Fall 2010
Class # Days
Time
Instructor
Units Room #
Class # Days
Computer Studies & Information Technology
Dance
CSIT 110 Computer Applications
DNCE 152 Ballet I
This course provides an in-depth, hands-on introduction to computer applications and fundamentals. Topics include computer concepts, the operating
system, and word processing, spreadsheet, presentation, database, and
Web browser applications. UC CREDIT LIMITATION: Credit for CSIT 110 or
120. CSU; UC — credit limitation
ADVISORY: CSIT 105.
+3067 T
9:30am-10:45am ISACHSEN S
3.0 SAN108
&ONL
ONLINE
+1.5 hours weekly online.
6:30pm-8:00pm VANPELT K
3.0 SAN108
• +3069 MW
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/08-12/13).
CSIT 149 Introduction to Windows for Business and Power Users
This course covers the current Microsoft Windows operating system.
Students install the operating system, create and manage accounts, install
applications, manage files and folders, including folder sharing, and customize Windows. CSU
3088 M
6:00pm-7:45pm COWELL III F
3.0 SAN309
&ONL
ONLINE
+1 hour weekly online.
CSIT 171 Fundamentals of Computer Networks and Security
This course presents the basics of computer network design and operation
and computer and network security. It prepares students for the CompTIA
Network+ and Security+ certification exams. CSU
3091 T
6:00pm-8:45pm PARKS M
4.0 SAN309
&ONL
ONLINE
+1 hour weekly online.
CSIT 172 Windows Networking Environment
CSIT 173 Desktop Support
Instructor
Units Room #
This course covers the fundamentals of ballet technique including barre,
center, adagio, and allegro work. Students are required to attend a live dance
performance. CSU; UC
Repeatability Rule: Allow four completions in any combination of DNCE 152,
DNCE 154, DNCE 252.
+2893 MW
6:00pm-7:30pm LAUMANN A
1.5 SAN204
DNCE 154 Ballet II
This course focuses on intermediate ballet technique, principles, and terminology in preparation for more advanced ballet study. CSU; UC
Repeatability Rule: Allow four completions in any combination of DNCE 152,
DNCE 154, DNCE 252.
ADVISORY: DNCE 152.
+2895 MW
7:45pm-9:15pm LAUMANN A
1.5 SAN204
DNCE 159 Pilates Mat Work I
Basic Pilates mat work exercises focusing on movements to improve overall
body strength, flexibility, control, coordination, alignment, and breathing. UC
CREDIT LIMITATION: Any or all activity courses, maximum credit, 4 units.
CSU; UC — credit limitation
Repeatability Rule: Allow four completions in any combination of DNCE
159, DNCE 259
+2913 MW
5:00pm-5:50pm WILTSHIRE M
1.0 SAN204
DNCE 162 Dance Arts Ensemble
This course provides the opportunity to rehearse and perform works
choreographed by faculty and/or artist-in-residence for live and recorded
performance. CSU; UC
PREREQUISITE: By audition only.
+2939 ARR
HANADA-ROGER 1.5 SAN204
& MASSEY D
(09/20-12/05)
+56 hours to be arranged within the dates listed above. Students
must enroll before attending a rehearsal. Audition date is 9/14 at
7:45pm in OC5101.
DNCE 176 Modern Dance I
This course prepares students to support desktop users. It covers desktop
operating system and computer implementation and support and emphasizes
workstation integration in the network environment. CSU
3093 TH
6:00pm-8:45pm PARKS M
4.0 SAN309
&ONL
ONLINE
+1 hour weekly online.
This introduction to modern dance principles and techniques explores the
elements of time, space, energy, and shape as students apply correct body
alignment, rhythm, breath, and balance to modern dance combinations.
Students are required to attend a live dance performance. CSU; UC
Repeatability Rule: Allow four completions in any combination of DNCE
176, DNCE 178.
+2903 S
9:00am-12:15pm WEINBERG S
1.5 SAN204
Counseling
Design Drafting Technology
COUN 100 Career and Life Planning
DRAF 207 AutoDesk Revit Building 3D CADD
This course assists students in successfully establishing and achieving education, career, and life goals through a comprehensive approach to effective
planning. Students relate their interests, personality, learning style, transferable skills, and work values to academic major and career options. CSU; UC
8:00am-9:15am
WILCOX D
3.0 SAN305
• 1535 MW
COUN 105 Transfer Success
This course is designed to help students transfer successfully to a baccalaureate level university or college. Students will receive information about
education options, college majors and how they relate to career goals, and
the guaranteed transfer programs offered at MiraCosta. This class is offered
pass/no pass only. CSU
1532 TH
12:30pm-1:20pm FLOCKEN L
1.0 SAN509
Develops computer-aided drafting and parametric modeling skills for use in
architectural, engineering, construction, and interior design industries using
Revit software. Electronic modeling, drafting, and presentation techniques
will be taught.
1552 T
5:30pm-9:15pm VORKOPER D
2.0 SAN112
Dramatic Arts
DRAM 106 Study of Filmed Plays
Focuses on cinematic adaptations of plays by comparing and contrasting
the stage and screen versions in concept, writing, and production. CSU; UC
1576 TTH
2:00pm-3:15pm BISHOP E
3.0 SAN202
Dance
DNCE 140 Ballroom Dance I
This course covers beginning principles, techniques, and steps of ballroom
dances, including the fox-trot, waltz, and swing. CSU; UC
+2883 S
1:00pm-2:45pm
SIEBERT A
1.0 SAN204
DNCE 146 Latin Dance I
New to MiraCosta College?
Then make a little time for orientation! You’ll find it useful––
whether you plan to take just a few courses or earn a degree.
This course introduces beginning Latin dance principles, techniques, and steps
and focuses on the salsa, cha cha, and merengue. Students are required to
attend a live dance concert. CSU; UC
+2889 S
3:00pm-4:45pm SIEBERT A
1.0 SAN204
+Repeatable course
*Meets off-campus (see page 114)
Complete orientation online:
www.miracosta.edu/orientation
CSU; UC: Transferable course
75
SAN ELIJO Campus
This course provides a broad understanding of Microsoft Windows Server.
It prepares students for network server administration and Windows certification exams. CSU
3092 W
6:00pm-8:45pm PARKS M
4.0 SAN309
&ONL
ONLINE
+1 hour weekly online.
Time
miraCosta CREDIT courses • Fall 2010
Class # Days
Time
Instructor
Units Room #
Class # Days
Time
Instructor
English
EART 106 Earth and Space Science
ENGL 201 Critical Thinking, Composition, and Literature
This course introduces astronomy, earth science, atmospheric processes
and earth’s oceans and other forms of water. UC CREDIT LIMITATION: No
credit if taken after a college level course in Astronomy, Geology, or Earth
Science. CSU; UC — credit limitation
1591 TTH
8:00am-9:15am
METZLER C
3.0 SAN406
Economics
ECON 100 Survey of Economics
A non-technical introduction to the principles of economics with application analyzing and evaluating contemporary social issues and public policy.
UC CREDIT LIMITATION: No credit if taken after ECON 101 or 102. CSU;
UC — credit limitation
11:00am-12:15pm AKABOGU COLL 3.0 SAN509
• 3010 TTH
12:30pm-1:45pm MICELLI H
3.0 SAN505
• 3011 MW
ECON 101 Principles of Economics: MACRO
This introductory level economics course emphasizes national income determination, money and banking, monetary and fiscal policies, international
economic relations, and economic growth. CSU; UC
PREREQUISITE: MATH 101 or MATH 101B with a grade of “C” or better or
qualification through the Math Competency Exam or approved equivalent.
8:00am-9:15am
CARR F
3.0 SAN505
• 1594 MW
ECON 102 Principles of Economics: MICRO
SAN ELIJO Campus
Earth Sciences
This introductory course covers consumer behavior and price determination
in factor and resource markets. CSU; UC
PREREQUISITE: MATH 101 or MATH 101B with a grade of “C” or better or
qualification through the Math Competency Exam or approved equivalent.
9:30am-10:45am SILVERMAN J
3.0 SAN609
• 1609 TTH
12:30pm-1:45pm MICELLI H
3.0 SAN407
• 1610 TTH
6:30pm-9:15pm KELLY-COCHRA
3.0 SAN505
• 1602 M
English
ENGL 100 Composition and Reading
Critical reading and expository writing offers training in the writing process,
the development and organization of expository prose, and research techniques. CSU; UC
PREREQUISITE: Pass with a grade of “P” ENGL 803 or ESL 803 or approved
equivalent, or qualify through the English Assessment or approved equivalent.
7:30am-9:15am
KNITTEL R
4.0 SAN506
• 1620 TTH
7:30am-9:15am
HETRICK K
4.0 SAN306
• 1621 TTH
7:30am-9:15am
SCADUTO E
4.0 SAN506
• 1622 MW
8:00am-11:45am MCCLARY K
4.0 SAN506
• 1711 F
9:30am-11:15am KEEHN J
4.0 SAN506
• 1629 TTH
9:30am-11:15am SCADUTO E
4.0 SAN506
• 1638 MW
9:30am-11:15am MUSHINSKY J
4.0 SAN306
• 1712 TTH
Section 1712 will focus on writing about the natural sciences.
9:30am-11:15am PAULSEN K
4.0 SAN509
• 1713 MW
11:30am-1:15pm WILLIAMS J
4.0 SAN506
• 1631 MW
Section 1631 will focus on writing about ecology.
11:30am-1:15pm BURMAN T
4.0 SAN506
• 1641 TTH
11:30am-1:15pm PAULSEN K
4.0 SAN509
• 3150 MW
1:30pm-3:15pm WILLIAMS J
4.0 SAN506
• 1637 MW
Section 1637 will focus on writing about ecology.
1:30pm-3:15pm KEEHN J
4.0 SAN506
• 1705 TTH
1:30pm-3:15pm STAFF
4.0 SAN607
• 1723 MW
3:30pm-5:15pm KOPFSTEIN R
4.0 SAN506
• 1710 MW
3:30pm-5:15pm CROUCH H
4.0 SAN506
• 1719 TTH
6:00pm-9:45pm KOPFSTEIN R
4.0 SAN506
• 1645 W
5:30pm-7:35pm SMEDLEY C
4.0 SAN506
• 1648 TTH
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/14).
Units Room #
Offers instruction in critical thinking, critical writing, and research, using the
genres of literature (poetry, drama, short story, and novel). CSU; UC
PREREQUISITE: ENGL 100 with a grade of “C” or better.
Enrollment Limitation: Not open to students with prior credit in ENGL 201
or ENGL 201H.
1685 MW
7:30am-9:15am
ORDWAY H
4.0 SAN306
1657 MW
9:30am-11:15am ORDWAY H
4.0 SAN306
1651 TTH
11:30am-1:15pm HETRICK K
4.0 SAN607
1652 MW
11:30am-1:15pm MUSHINSKY J
4.0 SAN306
1708 MW
1:30pm-3:15pm MUSHINSKY J
4.0 SAN306
1655 TTH
3:30pm-5:15pm SMEDLEY C
4.0 SAN306
1699 TH
6:00pm-9:45pm VOTH J
4.0 SAN306
ENGL 202 Critical Thinking and Composition
Methods of analysis; principles of logic, including the relationship between
language and logic; techniques of reasoning, including the use of evidence;
techniques of style; and research skills. CSU; UC
PREREQUISITE: ENGL 100 with a grade of “C” or better.
1661 MW
9:30am-11:15am STAFF
4.0 SAN201
1666 TTH
1:30pm-3:15pm ARCHER R
4.0 SAN306
ENGL 280 Creative Writing
Emphasizes individual creativity, self-direction, and initiative in developing
poetry and fiction. CSU; UC
PREREQUISITE: Pass with a grade of “P” ENGL 803 or ESL 803 or approved
equivalent, or qualify through the English Assessment or approved equivalent.
1668 T
12:30pm-3:35pm KENYON K
3.0 SAN609
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/14).
ENGL 802 Introduction to College Writing I
Introduction to the writing process and to critical reading and thinking. Practice
in gathering, organizing, and communicating information and in applying the
principles and conventions of standard edited American English. This class
is offered pass/no pass only.
ADVISORY: Qualify through the English Assessment or approved equivalent.
1671 T
11:30am-1:15pm CROUCH H
4.0 SAN306
&TH
11:30am-1:15pm
SAN107
1700 M
5:30pm-7:15pm STAFF
4.0 SAN506
&W
5:30pm-7:15pm
SAN107
ENGL 803 Introduction to College Writing II
Intensive practice in the writing process as well as critical reading and thinking. This class is offered pass/no pass only.
PREREQUISITE: Pass with a grade of “P” ENGL 802 or ESL 802 or approved
equivalent or qualify through the English Assessment or approved equivalent.
1676 M
7:30am-9:15am
SPIRITO J
4.0 SAN607
&W
7:30am-9:15am
SAN107
1687 T
9:30am-11:15am KNITTEL R
4.0 SAN607
&TH
9:30am-11:15am
SAN107
1706 M
1:30pm-3:15pm STAFF
4.0 SAN509
&W
1:30pm-3:15pm
SAN107
English as a Second Language
ESL 802 Introduction to College Writing I for Non-Native Speakers
This course is designed for non-native speakers who are making a transition
to the use of academic English needed for success in college-level courses.
It emphasizes the development of critical thinking, reading, and writing skills.
9:30am-11:45am LLOYD JONES 4.0 SAN607
• +2856 M
&W
9:30am-11:45am
SAN107
ESL 803 Introduction to College Writing II for Non-Native Speakers
This course designed for non-native speakers of English offers intensive
practice in the academic writing process to advance critical reading, writing,
and thinking skills necessary for success in transfer-level courses.
PREREQUISITE: Pass with a grade of “P” in ESL 802 or approved equivalent
or qualify through the English Assessment or approved equivalent.
9:30am-11:45am LLOYD JONES 4.0 SAN607
• +2862 M
&W
9:30am-11:45am
SAN107
ESL 820 Grammar for Non-Native Speakers of English
This course reviews parts of speech, clauses, verb forms and tenses, pronoun
case, and sentence types. Offered pass/no pass only.
12:30pm-1:45pm LLOYD JONES 3.0 SAN502
• +2876 MW
76
H Honors
H Course
Online class: Go to www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta
• On-Campus class with Limited Online Instruction
miraCosta CREDIT courses • Fall 2010
Class # Days
Time
Instructor
Units Room #
Class # Days
Time
Instructor
Film
Health Education
FILM 101 Introduction to Film
HEAL 101L Principles of Health Laboratory
This course introduces students to film as an art form and as a cultural
artifact. CSU; UC
2:00pm-4:45pm WHEELER K
3.0 SAN609
• 1884 TH
6:30pm-9:15pm WHEELER K
3.0 SAN601
• 1885 W
FILM 106 Study of Filmed Plays
Focuses on cinematic adaptations of plays by comparing and contrasting
the stage and screen versions in concept, writing, and production. CSU; UC
1888 TTH
2:00pm-3:15pm BISHOP E
3.0 SAN202
Units Room #
This introduction to current research on fitness and wellness involves each
student in fitness assessment, including cardiorespiratory endurance,
muscular strength, muscular endurance, body composition, and weight
management. Offered pass/no pass only. CSU; UC
ADVISORY: Concurrent enrollment in HEAL 101.
+1931 MW
12:30pm-1:45pm PRETI M
1.0 SAN204
History
HIST 100 World History to 1500
French
FREN 101 Elementary French (First Semester)
This course introduces basic French pronunciation, vocabulary, and grammar
and explores the history, geography, and customs of the French-speaking
world. It also provides for increased awareness of the Francophone world
culture. CSU; UC
1857 MW
1:00pm-3:15pm STAFF
4.0 SAN202
FREN 201 Intermediate French (Third Semester)
This course is a continuation of FREN 101 and FREN 102. It reviews and
expands first-year grammar with emphasis on communicative proficiency.
This course also provides for increased awareness of the French-speaking
world culture. CSU; UC
PREREQUISITE: FREN 102 or three years of high school French with a “C”
or better.
Enrollment Limitation: Not open to students with prior credit in FREN 202.
1863 MW
7:00pm-9:15pm HARKER A
4.0 SAN306
HIST 100H World History to 1500 (Honors)
This course offers highly motivated students an enriched and more personalized introduction to the history of the world from origins to A.D. 1500. UC
CREDIT LIMITATION: Credit for HIST 100 or 100H. CSU; UC — credit limitation
• 2077
TTH
H H
9:30am-10:45am
HEINZMANN J
3.0 SAN601
This course is part of the Honors Scholar Program.
HIST 101 World History Since 1500
This course covers the development of global civilizations from AD 1500 to
the present. CSU; UC
12:30pm-1:45pm BREWSTER
3.0 SAN601
• 1998 TTH
HIST 103 Western Civilization
GEOG 101 Physical Geography
Examines the natural environment, including climate, water, life forms, soils
and landforms, and their significance in environmental issues. CSU; UC
11:00am-12:15pm STERN H
3.0 SAN406
• 1870 TTH
1876 TTH
4:45pm-6:15pm TAUGHER M
3.0 SAN406
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/14).
GEOG 101L Physical Geography Laboratory
Emphasizes map reading and the collection, presentation, and interpretation
of physical geographic data. CSU; UC
PREREQUISITE: GEOG 101.
COREQUISITE: GEOG 101 if prerequisite not met.
1879 T
1:15pm-4:20pm TAUGHER M
1.0 SAN406
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/14).
GEOG 104 World Geography
A global survey examining the distinguishing features of major culture regions
and the interrelationships among regions in a globalizing world. CSU; UC
9:30am-10:45am STERN H
3.0 SAN406
• 1873 TTH
Geology
History of western civilization from earliest times to 1648. CSU; UC
11:00am-12:15pm LANE L
3.0 SAN601
• 2001 MW
HIST 110 United States History
History of the United States from early cultures to Reconstruction. Taken
with HIST 111, satisfies both the MCC and CSU American Institutions and
History requirements. UC CREDIT LIMITATION: Credit for one series: HIST
110 &111; 141 & 142; or 145 & 146. CSU; UC — credit limitation
11:00am-12:15pm HEINZMANN J
3.0 SAN601
• 2009 TTH
6:30pm-9:15pm SLEEPER C
3.0 SAN601
• 2033 T
HIST 111 United States History
History of the United States from Reconstruction to the present. Taken with
HIST 110, satisfies both the MCC and CSU American Institutions and History
requirements. UC CREDIT LIMITATION: Credit for one series: HIST 110 &111;
141 & 142; or 145 & 146. CSU; UC — credit limitation
9:30am-10:45am JOHNSON A
3.0 SAN601
• 2016 MW
2:00pm-3:15pm HEINZMANN J
3.0 SAN601
• 2017 TTH
Horticulture
HORT 117 Plant Identification: Trees, Shrubs, and Vines
GEOL 101 Physical Geology
This course introduces processes at work changing the earth today, and it
explores the origins of rocks and minerals as well as the action of air, water,
ice, and solar energy in sculpting earth’s surface. CSU; UC
1992 MW
12:30pm-1:45pm FARQUHARSON 3.0 SAN406
This course covers the identification, growth habits, culture, and ornamental
use of plants found in Southern California landscapes. It emphasizes botanical
and common names, plant family relationships, and environmental adaptations.
Students are required to attend field trips both on and off campus. CSU; UC
Oceanside Campus/San Elijo Campus in Cardiff
Health Education
HEAL 100 Nutrition Today
Attention will be given to nutrition throughout the life cycle, special dietary
needs, and food budgeting. CSU; UC
2:00pm-4:45pm MEINHOLD G
3.0 SAN303
• 1919 M
Go to
HEAL 101 Principles of Health
surf.miracosta.edu
Includes instruction on exercise, weight maintenance, nutrition, human sexuality, sexually transmitted diseases, drug use, cancers, and cardiovascular
diseases. Emphasizes principles of wellness. CSU; UC
ADVISORY: Concurrent enrollment in HEAL 101L.
11:00am-12:15pm BOLDT D
3.0 SAN609
• 1925 TTH
2:00pm-3:15pm PRETI M
3.0 SAN609
• 1923 MW
+Repeatable course
Room #
2051 TH
6:00pm-8:45pm EHRLINGER C
3.0 OC7051
&S
8:00am-12:30pm
SAN406
+4 hours 30 mins every other Saturday from 8am-12:30pm beginning 9/4.
*Meets off-campus (see page 114)
for the most up-to-date
class information.
CSU; UC: Transferable course
77
SAN ELIJO Campus
Geography
This course covers the historical development of major global societies to
1500. CSU; UC
12:30pm-1:45pm BREWSTER
3.0 SAN601
• 1997 MW
6:30pm-9:45pm BREWSTER
3.0 SAN601
• 1995 TH
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/09-12/16).
miraCosta CREDIT courses • Fall 2010
Class # Days
Time
Instructor
Units Room #
Class # Days
Time
Instructor
Literature
HUMN 201 Humanities of the Western World: Pre-History Through the
Middle Ages
LIT 120 Introduction to Literature
Surveys major works in art, architecture, literature, music, philosophy, theater
and history from the Early Mediterranean, Hellenic, Hellenistic, Roman, and
Medieval eras. CSU; UC
ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 100.
2967 TTH
11:00am-12:15pm ARCHER R
3.0 SAN201
Italian
ITAL 101 Elementary Italian (First Semester)
This course introduces basic Italian pronunciation, vocabulary, and grammar
and explores the history, geography, and customs of the Italian-speaking
world. CSU; UC
2089 MW
6:30pm-8:45pm PETRI A
4.0 SAN305
JAPN 101 Elementary Japanese (First Semester)
This course introduces contemporary Japanese, the Japanese writing system
(hiragana, katakana, and selected kanji characters), and Japanese history,
geography, customs, and culture. It corresponds to the first two years of
high school Japanese. CSU; UC
2105 TTH
6:30pm-9:15pm KAMEDA N
5.0 SAN502
Kinesiology
KINE 145 Yoga Essentials
This is the foundation course for the yoga certification program. It includes
the introduction and exploration of yoga and becoming a yoga teacher while
deepening one’s own practice. Breath work, movement in the postures,
and philosophy are an essential part of the mind/body/spirit connection of
this course.
2113 TTH
9:30am-11:45am LIGHT L
3.0 SAN204
KINE 147 Yoga Core
This is the second in a three-part series in order to gain yoga certification.
It includes advanced yoga asana and posture work, continuation of yoga
history and philosophy, and further integration of knowledge and wisdom
to effectively teach and practice.
2156 MW
2:00pm-4:15pm HANDA D
3.0 SAN204
KINE 149 Yoga Mastery
This course is the third for the yoga certification program and it is about finding your own expression physically, mentally, emotionally, and meditatively
through yoga. Marketing, ethics, guided meditations, and how to integrate
your personal style into your teaching experience is experientially and intellectually included.
2154 TTH
12:30pm-2:45pm LIGHT L
3.0 SAN204
KINE 152(0.5) Yoga
Introduces students to philosophy, history, and core poses of yoga that
improve physical endurance, flexibility, balance, and posture, and restore
peacefulness. UC CREDIT LIMITATION: Any or all activity courses, maximum
credit, 4 units. CSU; UC — credit limitation
+2137 TH
8:00am-9:15am
PRETI M
.5 SAN204
+2139 TH
3:30pm-5:00pm LIGHT L
.5 SAN204
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/09-12/16).
Library
LIBR 101 College Research Skills
This course provides students with an understanding of print and electronic
resources available in academic libraries as well as research skills that can
be used to find information for papers, presentations, and other class assignments. CSU; UC
2950 ARR
GANGULI V
1.0 SAN107
This one-unit course requires 32 hours of work in the library.
Upon completion of the course workbook, a student may take
the final exam. All course work must be completed before the
end of the semester. A librarian is available during library/HUB
hours for assistance.
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/17).
78
Units Room #
This course provides a general introduction to literary genres — prose fiction
(short story and novel), poetry, drama and film — in order to enhance students’
skills in analyzing texts and film with insight. CSU; UC
ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 100.
2167 MW
12:30pm-1:45pm ORDWAY H
3.0 SAN201
LIT 260 English Literature
Survey of major writers in English literature from the Anglo-Saxon era to the
18th century. Students will read plays, poetry, prose, and fiction representing
a variety of styles and periods. CSU; UC
ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 100.
2171 TTH
12:30pm-1:45pm MUSHINSKY J
3.0 SAN502
Mathematics
Note: For students whose programs require statistics for Behavioral
Science, see PSYC 104, or SOC 104.
Japanese
SAN ELIJO Campus
Humanities
Online: Go to www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta
MATH 101 Intermediate Algebra
Study of radicals, rational expressions, relations and functions, exponential
and logarithmic functions, and equations. Offered in both traditional and
self-paced format.
PREREQUISITE: MATH 830 or MATH 830B with a “C” or better, or qualification through the Math Competency Exam or approved equivalent.
Enrollment Limitation: Students may earn a maximum of 4 units in any
combination of MATH 101, MATH 101A, and MATH 101B.
7:30am-9:15am
KASHYAP N
4.0 SAN305
• 2828 TTH
2727 MW
11:00am-12:45pm NODDINGS V
4.0 SAN305
2:30pm-4:15pm DALTON M
4.0 SAN407
• 2726 TTH
2765 MW
4:30pm-6:15pm ZIAI B
4.0 SAN304
2795 TTH
4:30pm-6:15pm NAVO C
4.0 SAN305
2723 MW
6:30pm-8:15pm ZIAI B
4.0 SAN304
MATH 103 Statistics
This course introduces data analysis. Topics include design of experiments,
descriptive statistics, correlation and regression, probability, sampling, estimation, and significance testing. Students use appropriate technology to
analyze real-world data. UC CREDIT LIMITATION: Credit for MATH 103, BIO
180/BTEC 180, or PSYC 104/SOC 104. CSU; UC — credit limitation
PREREQUISITE: MATH 101 or MATH 101B with a grade of “C” or better or
qualification through the Math Competency Exam or approved equivalent.
9:00am-10:45am AVERY P
4.0 SAN304
• 2766 TTH
9:00am-10:45am KNAPPEN M
4.0 SAN501
• 2787 MW
11:00am-12:45pm AVERY P
4.0 SAN304
• 2788 TTH
4:30pm-6:15pm SALEHPOOR Z
4.0 SAN304
• 2771 TTH
6:30pm-8:15pm BLAMEY T
4.0 SAN501
• 3134 TTH
MATH 105 Concepts and Structures of Elementary Mathematics I
Required for students working toward a multiple subjects credential in
elementary education. Includes introduction to problem solving, sets, systems of numeration, elementary number theory, and the study of arithmetic
algorithms. UC CREDIT LIMITATION: Credit for MATH 105 or 106. CSU;
UC — credit limitation
PREREQUISITE: MATH 101 or MATH 101B with a grade of “C” or better or
qualification through the Math Competency Exam or approved equivalent.
2829 TTH
9:30am-10:45am FERREIRAE K
3.0 SAN305
MATH 115 Calculus with Applications
This course relates calculus to real-world applications in social science, economics, and business and is intended for students majoring in those fields. UC
CREDIT LIMITATION: Credit for MATH 115 or 150. CSU; UC — credit limitation
PREREQUISITE: MATH 101 or MATH 101B with a grade of “C” or better or
qualification through the Math Competency Exam or approved equivalent.
2736 MW
1:00pm-2:45pm NODDINGS V
4.0 SAN305
2737 TTH
4:30pm-6:15pm TOWERS J
4.0 SAN501
• On-Campus with Limited Online
Hybrid: On-Campus and Online
miraCosta CREDIT courses • Fall 2010
Class # Days
Time
Instructor
Units Room #
Class # Days
Time
Instructor
Mathematics
Mathematics
MATH 125 College Algebra
MATH 155 Calculus and Analytic Geometry II
MATH 130 Trigonometry
MATH 260 Calculus and Analytic Geometry III
MATH 135 Pre-Calculus Mathematics
MATH 820 Pre-Algebra
Topics include definitions, properties, and graphs of functions and inverse
functions, zeros of polynomial functions, exponential and logarithmic functions, systems of equations. UC CREDIT LIMITATION: Credit for MATH 125
or 135. CSU; UC — credit limitation
PREREQUISITE: MATH 101 or MATH 101B with a grade of “C” or better or
qualification through the Math Competency Exam or approved equivalent.
2739 MW
9:30am-10:45am FERREIRAE K
3.0 SAN304
Units Room #
This course for mathematics, science, and engineering majors covers advanced
integration techniques, improper integrals, infinite series, conic sections,
parametric equations, and polar coordinates. NOTE: A graphics calculator is
required. Please attend the first class meeting before purchasing. CSU; UC
PREREQUISITE: MATH 150 with a grade of “C” or better or approved
equivalent.
2769 TTH
1:30pm-3:15pm NODDINGS V
4.0 SAN305
Topics include definitions, properties, graphs, and equations of trigonometric
functions, applications, and identities. NOTE: A graphics calculator is required.
Please attend the first class meeting before purchasing. CSU
PREREQUISITE: MATH 101 or MATH 101B with a grade of “C” or better or
qualification through the Math Competency Exam or approved equivalent.
11:00am-12:15pm KNAPPEN M
3.0 SAN501
• 2747 MW
2827 TTH
6:30pm-7:45pm NAVO C
3.0 SAN305
This course for mathematics, science, and engineering majors covers vectors
in two and three space, graphs of quadric surfaces, vector-valued functions
of several variables, partial differentiation and multiple integration, vector
fields, and line integrals and conservative fields. CSU; UC
PREREQUISITE: MATH 155 with a grade of “C” or better or approved
equivalent.
2:00pm-3:45pm PEROVIC Z
4.0 SAN501
• 2770 TTH
A study of functions and their properties. NOTE: A graphics calculator is required. Please attend the first class meeting before purchasing. UC CREDIT
LIMITATION: Credit for MATH 125 or 135. CSU; UC — credit limitation
PREREQUISITE: MATH 130 with a grade of “C” or better or qualification
through the Math Competency Exam or approved equivalent.
COREQUISITE: MATH 130 if prerequisite not met.
11:00am-1:15pm PEROVIC Z
5.0 SAN501
• 2749 TTH
This course prepares students for Elementary Algebra (MATH 830) by covering
fractions, decimals, and percents, basic geometry, algebraic concepts, square
roots, and applications. Students may be required to take proctored exams.
11:00am-12:45pm JOHNSON D
4.0 SAN307
• 2764 TTH
6:30pm-8:15pm LEDERMAN B
4.0 SAN501
• 2831 MW
MATH 830 Elementary Algebra
This course is the first in a three-semester calculus sequence designed for
mathematics, science, and engineering majors. Topics include limits, derivatives, an introduction to integration, and applications of integrals. NOTE: A
graphics calculator is required. Please attend the first class meeting before
purchasing. UC CREDIT LIMITATION: Credit for MATH 115 or 150. CSU;
UC — credit limitation
PREREQUISITE: MATH 130 and MATH 135 with a grade of “C” or better or
qualification through the Math Competency Exam or approved equivalent.
2753 TTH
11:00am-1:15pm NODDINGS V
5.0 SAN305
MiraCosta College Math Course Sequences
MATH 820 or MATH 820A and MATH 820B
Pre-Algebra

NonTransfer
MATH 830 or MATH 830A and MATH 830B
Elementary Algebra

MATH 101 or MATH 101A and MATH 101B
Intermediate Algebra

MATH 103
Statistics
MATH 105
Concepts & Structures of Elem. Math I

MATH 115
Calculus
MATH 125
College Algebra
MATH 106
Concepts & Structures of Elem. Math II
MATH 130
Trigonometry

MATH 135
Pre-Calculus
These courses
may be taken
concurrently


MATH 150
Calculus & Analytic Geometry

MATH 226
Discreet Math

MATH 155
Calculus & Analytic Geometry
Transfer

These courses
may be taken
concurrently
+Repeatable course

MATH 260
Calculus & Analytic Geometry


MATH 265
Differential Equations
MATH 270
Linear Algebra
*Meets off-campus (see page 114)
CSU; UC: Transferable course
79
SAN ELIJO Campus
Designed to prepare students for Intermediate Algebra. Topics include
simplifying algebraic expressions involving polynomials and rational terms;
factoring; solving linear equations; solving quadratic equations using factoring;
analyzing graphs of linear equations; and solving applied problems. Offered
in both traditional and self-paced formats.
PREREQUISITE: MATH 820 or MATH 820B with a “C” or better or qualification through the Math Competency Exam or approved equivalent.
Enrollment Limitation: Students may earn a maximum of 4 units in any
combination of MATH 830, MATH 830A and MATH MATH 830.
9:00am-10:45am JOHNSON D
4.0 SAN307
• 2786 TTH
2710 MW
11:00am-12:45pm FERREIRAE K
4.0 SAN304
1:00pm-2:45pm GLOAG A
4.0 SAN501
• 2848 MW
4:30pm-6:15pm LEDERMAN B
4.0 SAN501
• 2706 MW
6:30pm-8:15pm SALEHPOOR Z
4.0 SAN304
• 2785 TTH
MATH 150 Calculus and Analytic Geometry I
miraCosta CREDIT courses • Fall 2010
Class # Days
Time
Instructor
Units Room #
Class # Days
Time
Instructor
Oceanography
MAT 110 Digital Imaging 1: Adobe Photoshop
OCEA 101H Introduction to Oceanography (Honors)
Introduction to the digital imaging software program, Adobe Photoshop.
Students will use photo editing and color correction tools to enhance digital
images and to create special effects using the computer. Projects include
raster graphic designs for use in print publishing, website design, and multimedia. Involves considerable hands-on instruction and multiple projects. CSU
2196 MW
9:30am-10:45am BRIZENDINE D
3.0 SAN108
2197 TH
2:00pm-4:45pm MALONE J
3.0 SAN108
MUS 115 History and Appreciation of Western Music
This course introduces students to the canon of Western classical music
through a survey of great composers from the medieval period to the
present. Students are required to attend live classical music performances.
UC CREDIT LIMITATION: No credit if taken after MUS 117 or 118. CSU;
UC — credit limitation
2242 TTH
9:30am-10:45am CRATTY W
3.0 SAN201
MUS 120 Beginning Keyboard/Piano I
Beginning class in piano performance; rudimentary music fundamentals,
scales, chords, sight-reading using standard songs, and appropriate keyboard
literature. CSU; UC
2337 M
4:30pm-6:15pm LEE J
1.0 SAN203
2315 M
6:30pm-8:15pm LEE J
1.0 SAN203
MUS 121 Beginning Keyboard/Piano II
Continuing keyboard performance training and study notation, scales, chords,
and sight-reading with specialized key areas, basic transposition skills, and
appropriate keyboard and piano literature. CSU; UC
PREREQUISITE: MUS 120 or audition on first class meeting day.
2345 M
4:30pm-6:15pm LEE J
1.0 SAN203
2316 M
6:30pm-8:15pm LEE J
1.0 SAN203
MUS 130 Beginning Guitar
This course provides fundamental guitar performance training through music
reading for students with no or limited formal guitar education. Students are
required to attend a live music concert. CSU; UC
2309 S
11:00am-12:45pm HILL M
1.0 SAN201
2251 TH
12:30pm-2:15pm LIBERTINO D
1.0 SAN201
MUS 131 Intermediate/Advanced Guitar
This continuation of basic guitar reading and performance skills acquired in
Music 130 emphasizes reading intermediate- and advanced-level traditional
and non-traditional guitar repertoire as well as blues, rock, popular, and folk
styles. Attendance at a live music concert is required. CSU; UC
PREREQUISITE: MUS 130 or audition held at first class meeting.
+2311 S
9:00am-10:45am HILL M
1.0 SAN201
+2255 TH
12:30pm-2:15pm LIBERTINO D
1.0 SAN201
MUS 141 Vocal Fundamentals
Group and individual instruction in singing technique, including study of
breathing, voice placement, diction, phrasing, and interpretation. CSU; UC
+2261 TH
3:00pm-4:45pm LOPEZ S
1.0 SAN201
The scientific study of the ocean. Topics include the formation and evolution
of the ocean basins, atmosphere-ocean interactions, waves, tides, coastal
oceanography, and an introduction to the study of marine life, including
plankton, fishes, and marine mammals. CSU; UC
2360 MW
9:30am-10:45am FARQUHARSON 3.0 SAN305
2372 TTH
9:30am-10:45am GOBBI K
3.0 SAN407
2364 M
6:30pm-9:15pm SACRAMENTO G 3.0 SAN406
80
3034 MW
11:00am-12:15pm MELDAHL K
H Honors
H Course
3.0 SAN406
OCEA 101L Introductory Oceanography Laboratory
Study of navigational charts, waves, tides, coastal processes, and marine
organisms. Field trips include visits to coastal marine habitats, an aquarium,
and a half-day ocean voyage. Student-paid field trip fees will be discussed at
the first class meeting. CSU; UC
PREREQUISITE: OCEA 101 or OCEA 101H.
COREQUISITE: OCEA 101 or OCEA 101H if prerequisite not met.
2365 M
2:00pm-4:45pm MELDAHL K
1.0 SAN406
2366 W
2:00pm-4:45pm MELDAHL K
1.0 SAN406
Philosophy
PHIL 100 Informal Logic and Critical Thinking
Use of reasoning tools with an emphasis on practical life: arguments, fallacies, language, explanations. CSU; UC
11:00am-12:15pm LUENGO I
3.0 SAN302
• 2386 MW
PHIL 101 Introduction to Philosophy: Knowledge and Reality
Analysis of classical and contemporary works on issues such as free will,
human nature, knowledge, and God. CSU; UC
9:30am-10:45am LUENGO I
3.0 SAN302
• 2378 MW
1:00pm-2:30pm SPIKE A
3.0 SAN302
• 2390 TTH
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/16).
PHIL 102 Contemporary Moral Problems
An inquiry into the nature of morality as it applies to a variety of issues. CSU; UC
11:00am-12:30pm SPIKE A
3.0 SAN302
• 2384 TTH
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/16).
PHIL 122 World Religions
Comparison of major religions. CSU; UC
2388 MW
1:00pm-2:15pm WESELOH III 3.0 SAN302
Physics
PHYS 151 Principles of Physics I
Fundamental principles of physics in the area of motion, mechanics, and
fluids. UC CREDIT LIMITATION: Credit for either series PHYS 111 and 112
or PHYS 151, PHYS 152 and 253. CSU; UC — credit limitation
PREREQUISITE: MATH 150 with a grade of “C” or better or approved
equivalent.
2413 MW
2:00pm-4:45pm ARTUKOVIC E
4.0 SAN502
PHYS 152 Principles of Physics II
Oceanography
OCEA 101 Introduction to Oceanography
Units Room #
This course offers highly motivated students an enriched introduction to the
scientific study of the oceans. Topics include the formation and evolution
of the ocean basins, atmosphere-ocean interactions, waves, tides, coastal
oceanography, and an introduction to the study of marine life, including
plankton, fishes, and marine mammals. UC CREDIT LIMITATION: Credit for
OCEA 101 or 101H. CSU; UC — credit limitation
This course is part of the Honors Scholar Program.
H H
Music
SAN ELIJO Campus
Media Arts and Technologies
Study of thermodynamics, electricity, electrical circuits, magnetism, and
electromagnetic fields. UC CREDIT LIMITATION: Credit for either series PHYS
111 and 112 or PHYS 151, PHYS 152 and 253. CSU; UC — credit limitation
PREREQUISITES: MATH 155 and PHYS 151.
COREQUISITE: MATH 155 if prerequisites not met.
3146 TTH
8:00am-10:45am ARTUKOVIC E
4.0 SAN502
PHYS 253 Principles of Physics III
Principles of physics in the areas of vibrations, waves, optics, special relativity,
quantum mechanics, and atomic and nuclear physics. UC CREDIT LIMITATION: Credit for either series PHYS 111 and 112 or PHYS 151, PHYS 152 and
253. CSU; UC — credit limitation
PREREQUISITES: MATH 155 and PHYS 152.
COREQUISITE: MATH 155 and PHYS 152 if prerequisites not met.
2415 MW
9:30am-12:15pm ARTUKOVIC E
4.0 SAN502
Online class: Go to www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta
• On-Campus class with Limited Online Instruction
miraCosta CREDIT courses • Fall 2010
Class # Days
Time
Instructor
Units Room #
Class # Days
Time
Political Science
Real Estate
PLSC 101 Introduction to Political Science
REAL 100 Real Estate Principles
Study of society, law, government, ideologies in a social, historical, cultural,
and economic context. CSU; UC
9:30am-10:45am CASTANEDA G
3.0 SAN307
• 2419 MW
6:00pm-8:45pm HUYCK K
3.0 SAN307
• 2421 T
PLSC 102 American Institutions and History
This course is designed specifically to satisfy the American Institutions and
History requirement by studying basic concepts in American and California
political and historical traditions. It also focuses on concepts citizens should
understand in order to vote intelligently and otherwise effectively participate
in politics. CSU; UC
8:30am-12:15pm GOODMAN G
4.0 SAN308
• 3149 F
1:30pm-3:15pm CASTANEDA G
4.0 SAN307
• 2424 MW
1:30pm-3:15pm TRUDEL J
4.0 SAN307
• 2431 TTH
6:00pm-9:45pm SERRANO J
4.0 SAN307
• 2426 TH
Psychology
Instructor
Units Room #
Includes nature of real estate, ethics, law, contracts, real estate finance,
taxation, appraisal, property management, and public control. CSU
2491 F
9:00am-11:45am CULBERTSON E 3.0 SAN304
REAL 105 Real Estate Practice
This course covers the “how to” aspects of setting up a real estate practice.
Among the essentials of a practice covered are filling out real estate contracts
and completing the real estate transaction.
2492 M
6:30pm-9:15pm DANIELS M
3.0 SAN601
REAL 130 Real Estate Appraisal
An introductory real estate appraisal course covering the fundamentals of
appraisal plus the appraisal process and methods. CSU
2497 TH
6:30pm-9:15pm CAVANAGH P
3.0 SAN302
Sociology
SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology
PSYC 100 Introduction to Psychology
A general introduction to the principles of human behavior. Topics include
personality, stress, relationships, psychological disorders and psychotherapy.
Emphasis is on both the scientific presentation of psychological information
and the practical application of principles. UC CREDIT LIMITATION: No credit
if taken after PSYC 101. CSU; UC — credit limitation
2439 TTH
2:00pm-3:15pm HEPBURN B
3.0 SAN505
2440 MW
5:00pm-6:15pm CLOPTON J
3.0 SAN505
2441 W
6:30pm-9:15pm CLOPTON J
3.0 SAN505
PSYC 101 General Psychology
PSYC 104 Statistics for Behavioral Science
Covers methods for analyzing data in the behavioral sciences. Topics include
research design, descriptive statistics, probability, and statistical inference.
UC CREDIT LIMITATION: Credit for BIO 180/BTEC 180, MATH 103, or PSYC
104/SOC 104. CSU; UC — credit limitation
PREREQUISITE: MATH 101 or MATH 101B with a grade of “C” or better or
qualification through the Math Competency Exam or approved equivalent.
Enrollment Limitatation: Not open to students with prior credit in BTEC 180,
BIO 180, PSYC 104 or SOC 104.
11:00am-12:15pm MC FIELD D
3.0 SAN112
• 2465 TTH
12:30pm-1:45pm MC FIELD D
3.0 SAN112
• 2466 TTH
SOC 102 Contemporary Social Problems
Analysis of problems of social inequality, poverty, crime, the family, education, health care, and others. CSU; UC
2511 TTH
12:30pm-1:45pm HA T
3.0 SAN606
SOC 104 Statistics for Behavioral Science
Covers methods for analyzing data in the behavioral sciences. Topics include
research design, descriptive statistics, probability, and statistical inference.
UC CREDIT LIMITATION: Credit for BIO 180/BTEC 180, MATH 103, or PSYC
104/SOC 104. CSU; UC — credit limitation
PREREQUISITE: MATH 101 or MATH 101B with a grade of “C” or better or
qualification through the Math Competency Exam or approved equivalent.
Enrollment Limitatation: Not open to students with prior credit in BTEC 180,
BIO 180, PSYC 104 or SOC 104.
11:00am-12:15pm MC FIELD D
3.0 SAN112
• 2525 TTH
12:30pm-1:45pm MC FIELD D
3.0 SAN112
• 2526 TTH
SOC 207 Race and Ethnic Relations
This course uses race and ethnicity theories to systematically examine and
connect past historical events to current racial and ethnic dynamics in the
United States. CSU; UC
2516 TTH
9:30am-10:45am HOSKINS B
3.0 SAN302
Spanish
SPAN 101 Elementary Spanish (First Semester)
PSYC 115 Human Sexuality
Examines the biological, psychological, and social aspects of human sexuality. CSU; UC
2455 TTH
12:30pm-1:45pm HEPBURN B
3.0 SAN505
2481 W
6:30pm-9:15pm ELCHLEPP-FAS
3.0 SAN308
PSYC 121 Human Development
This is a study of emotional, intellectual, social, and physical growth patterns
from conception to death. Explores major theories of development. UC
CREDIT LIMITATION: Credit for PSYC 112/CHLD 112, PSYC 113/CHLD 113,
or PSYC 121/CHLD 121. CSU; UC — credit limitation
11:00am-12:15pm WHITNEY M
3.0 SAN502
• 2458 TTH
PSYC 260 Physiological Psychology
Covers the physiology of the nervous system and the physiological mechanisms of transmission, sensation, perception, emotion, arousal, language,
hemispheric specialization, learning and memory, the biological bases of various mental disorders, and principles of behavioral genetic research. CSU; UC
PREREQUISITE: PSYC 101.
2456 TTH
12:30pm-1:45pm FAST L
3.0 SAN202
+Repeatable course
This course introduces basic Spanish pronunciation, vocabulary, and grammar
and explores the history, geography, and customs of the Spanish-speaking
world. CSU; UC
2549 MW
9:30am-11:45am WESTLAKE O
4.0 SAN308
2614 TTH
9:30am-11:45am DETWILER D
4.0 SAN308
2555 MW
1:00pm-3:15pm RODRIGUEZ L
4.0 SAN609
2557 TTH
1:00pm-3:15pm DETWILER D
4.0 SAN308
2543 TTH
4:00pm-6:15pm PEDROZA C
4.0 SAN507
2587 MW
6:30pm-8:45pm GOMEZ-CARLSS 4.0 SAN502
SPAN 102 Elementary Spanish (Second Semester)
This course is a continuation of SPAN 101. It reviews and expands on first
semester grammar with emphasis on communicative proficiency. This
course also provides for increased awareness of the Spanish-speaking world
culture. CSU; UC
PREREQUISITE: SPAN 101 with a “C” or better or two years of high school
Spanish with a “C” or better.
Enrollment Limitation: Not open to students with prior credit in SPAN 201,
202, or 203.
2563 TTH
9:30am-11:45am ARCEO R
4.0 SAN202
2567 TTH
1:00pm-3:15pm ARCEO R
4.0 SAN304
2599 MW
1:00pm-3:15pm VINALL K
4.0 SAN308
2577 MW
6:30pm-8:45pm BECKMAN W
4.0 SAN609
*Meets off-campus (see page 114)
CSU; UC: Transferable course
81
SAN ELIJO Campus
Examines the biological basis of human behavior including topics such as
neuroanatomy, language, thought, learning, memory, sensation, and perception. Introduces research methods and statistics. CSU; UC
2457 MW
9:30am-10:45am DRECUN A
3.0 SAN505
2448 TTH
11:00am-12:15pm FAST L
3.0 SAN505
2449 TTH
3:30pm-4:45pm FAST L
3.0 SAN505
Includes the principles of human relationships and social institutions. CSU; UC
2503 TTH
9:30am-10:45am BLACKSHER A
3.0 SAN505
2504 MW
11:00am-12:15pm FRASER M
3.0 SAN505
2515 T
6:30pm-9:15pm AMADOR L
3.0 SAN505
miraCosta CREDIT courses • Fall 2010
Class # Days
Time
Instructor
Units Room #
Class # Days
Time
Instructor
Units Room #
Spanish
SPAN 152 Beginning Conversation
Basic Spanish for everyday situations. Emphasis on oral communication with
an overview of grammar and vocabulary fundamentals.
2601 F
9:00am-11:45am PICKSLAY A
3.0 SAN502
SPAN 201 Intermediate Spanish (Third Semester)
This course is a continuation of SPAN 101 and SPAN 102. It reviews and
expands first-year grammar with emphasis on communicative proficiency.
This course also provides for increased awareness of the Spanish-speaking
world culture. UC CREDIT LIMITATION: Credit for SPAN 201 or 203. CSU;
UC — credit limitation
PREREQUISITE: SPAN 102 with a “C” or better or third year of high school
Spanish with a “C” or better.
Enrollment Limitation: Not open to students with prior credit in SPAN 202
or 203.
2583 MW
1:00pm-3:15pm DETWILER D
4.0 SAN606
2610 MW
6:30pm-8:45pm OCAMPO M
4.0 SAN407
SPAN 210 Intermediate Conversation and Reading
Development of oral communication and reading comprehension through
cultural materials, discussion of practical topics, fundamental and expanded
vocabulary, and commonly used idioms. Some grammar review. CSU; UC
PREREQUISITE: SPAN 102 with a “C” or better or three years of high school
Spanish.
2595 TTH
4:45pm-6:15pm LEE T
3.0 SAN502
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/14).
SAN ELIJO Campus
SPAN 211 Intermediate Conversation and Writing
Emphasis on oral communication and intermediate level writing in Spanish.
Review of some advanced grammar. May be taken concurrently with SPAN
202. CSU; UC
PREREQUISITE: SPAN 201 or SPAN 210 or four years of high school Spanish.
2596 TTH
4:45pm-6:15pm LEE T
3.0 SAN502
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/14).
Work Experience Education
WKEX 233P(3.0) General Cooperative Work Experience (Paid)
This course is for students who are employed in a job not directly related to
their major who seek to learn new skills or improve existing skills at work
under the instruction of a MiraCosta faculty-mentor. CSU
COREQUISITE: Must be employed and complete 75 paid hours for each
unit of credit
NOTE: Students must complete 225 hours of work by the end of
the semester. Instructors are assigned to this course by geographic
area. To choose your instructor, look for the city or town where you
work. If it is not listed, choose the city or town closest. Questions?
Call the Career Center: 760/795-6772.
+2626 ARR
WILCOX D
3.0 Camp Pendleton, Oceanside
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/17).
+3096 ARR
MOBERLY J
3.0 Oceanside Campus and vicinity
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/17).
+3097 ARR
TALBERGS J
3.0 Carlsbad, Encinitas, Solana Beach
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/17).
+3098 ARR
LEE H
3.0 East Vista, San Marcos, Escondido
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/17).
+3099 ARR
STEWART P
3.0 West Vista, Fallbrook, Bonsall
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/17).
+3100 ARR
BLAND S
3.0 Cardiff, Del Mar, La Jolla
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/17).
+3101 ARR
WOODARD J
3.0 Poway, Miramar, San Diego
THIS IS A LATE-START CLASS, (09/07-12/17).
299P(3.0) Occupational Cooperative Work Experience (Paid)
For students whose work is related to their instructional major.
See ALL COURSES section for courses numbered 299.
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Cooperative Work Experience
Education
Get credit for your
experience!
Enroll in a co-op class
Get credit for learning new things at your job
by enrolling in a cooperative work experience
education (co-op) class. There are two types of
co-op—one is right for you.
Occupational Co-op (#299)
Are you working in the field you are studying? Co-op classes
are offered in almost every career and technical education
major as course number 299 in the class schedule and on
SURF. To enroll in a 299 class, go to www.miracosta.edu/
dataform to provide information about your job, and then
you’ll be assigned a permission number. Questions? Call the
Career Center at (760) 795-6772.
• Already employed as a business professional? You’ll want BUS 299.
• Do you work in landscaping? HORT 299 is the course for you.
• Is your job in real estate? Check out REAL 299.
General Co-op (WKEX 233)
Are you working in a job that’s not related to your major?
Do you want to set goals that will help you develop the skills
you’ll need to become a valued employee in any job?
Enroll in WKEX 233.
To enroll in WKEX 233, choose the instructor who is assigned
to the city or town where you work. If it’s not listed, choose the
closest city or town. Questions? Call the Career Center at
(760) 795-6772.
• On-Campus with Limited Online
Hybrid: On-Campus and Online
miraCosta CREDIT courses • Fall 2010
Class # Catalog #
Title
Class # Catalog #
Title
Online Courses
For more information about an online class listed below, see the detailed course description in the All Courses section
or go to www.miracosta.edu/cybercosta.
How to Crash Closed Online Courses
A “closed” course has reached maximum enrollment and students may not add the course without instructor consent. To crash a closed online course,
follow these steps:
1.You may choose to be listed on the course Wait List through SURF at https://surf.miracosta.edu. See page 101, Add to a Wait List.
DO NOT e-mail or call the instructor before the first day of classes because you may not receive a response.
2. Once classes begin, e-mail the instructor at his/her e-mail address for permission to add. Include your full name, your SURF ID, your contact information
and the specific course you’d like to crash. If there is space and the instructor consents, you will receive an e-mail response with a permission number.
Use the permission number on SURF to officially enroll in the class. Permission numbers are valid only through the enrollment deadline. Instructors cannot
process student enrollments.
Books for online courses may be purchased online at www.efollett.com.
Class # Catalog #
Title
Class # Catalog #
Title
Online Courses
1002 ACCT 101
Practical Accounting
1413 CHEM 108
Preparatory Chemistry
ACCT 148
Computer Accounting
1469 CHLD 109
Child Behavior and Guidance
1020 ACCT 148
Computer Accounting
1461 CHLD 112
Child Growth and Development
Business Mathematics
1464 CHLD 113
Child and Adolescent Growth and Development
3140 ACCT 202
Managerial Accounting
1465 CHLD 113
Child and Adolescent Growth and Development
1056 ANTH 101
Biological Anthropology
1468 CHLD 210
Child, Family, and Community
1058 ANTH 102
Cultural Anthropology
1505 COMM 120
Principles of Human Communication
1097 ART
157
Art Orientation
1498 COMM 215
Intercultural Communication
1158
ART
157
Art Orientation
1534 COUN 100
Career and Life Planning
1197
ART
157
Art Orientation
1529 COUN 110
College Success Skills
1164
ART
247
Digital Imaging 1: Adobe Photoshop
1538 COUN 110
College Success Skills
1167
ART
247
Digital Imaging 1: Adobe Photoshop
1400 CRLP
100
Career and Life Planning
1166
ART
248
Digital Imaging 2: Adobe Illustrator
1403 CRLP
101
Introduction to Career Planning
1169
ART
259
History of Renaissance to Modern Art
2640 CS
140
Visual Basic Programming
3108 ART
259
History of Renaissance to Modern Art
3070 CSIT
110
Computer Applications
1299 BIO
103
Animal Diversity
3072 CSIT
110
Computer Applications
1310 BIO
105
Genes and Technology in Society
3073 CSIT
110
Computer Applications
1316 BIO
172
Marine Ecology
3075 CSIT
120
Fundamentals of Computer Information Systems
1377 BOT
100
Beginning Keyboarding
3076 CSIT
120
Fundamentals of Computer Information Systems
1385 BOT
100
Beginning Keyboarding
3078 CSIT
125
Microsoft Word for Business
1386 BOT
101
Advanced Keyboarding
3080 CSIT
128
Microsoft Excel for Business
1387 BOT
102
10-Key
3081 CSIT
128
Microsoft Excel for Business
1389 BOT
113
Basic Office Skills
3082 CSIT
128
Microsoft Excel for Business
1392 BOT
116
Office Systems and Procedures
3083 CSIT
131
Microsoft Access for Business
1384 BOT
117
Management Office Skills
3084 CSIT
134
Microsoft PowerPoint for Business
1326 BTEC 120
Business and Regulatory Practices in Biotechnology
3085 CSIT
137
Google Apps for Business
1329 BTEC 210
Data Analysis with Excel
3086 CSIT
146
Internet Presence for the Small and Medium Business
1360 BUS
117
Human Resources Management
3087 CSIT
146
Internet Presence for the Small and Medium Business
3008 BUS
120
Introduction to Business
3089 CSIT
155
Web 2.0
1341 BUS
132
Marketing
2932 DNCE 100
Dance Appreciation
3130 BUS
134
Retail Management
2917 DNCE 101
Dance History
1344 BUS
140
Legal Environment of Business
3113
1355 BUS
140
Legal Environment of Business
1548 DRAF 101
Beginning Computer-Aided Drafting Using AutoCAD
1347 BUS
147
Personal Finance
1564 DRAM 105
Introduction to Theatre
1357 BUS
147
Personal Finance
1581 DRAM 120
Dramatic Literature
(Ancient Greeks to Shakespeare)
1012
1016
ACCT 158
MiraCosta College • Fall 2010
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Online
Online Courses
Dance Cultures of the World
(760) 757-2121
83
miraCosta CREDIT courses • Fall 2010
Class # Catalog #
Class # Catalog #
Title
Online Courses
1590 EART 106
Earth and Space Science
2198 MAT
110
Digital Imaging 1: Adobe Photoshop
1592 EART 106
Earth and Space Science
2199 MAT
110
Digital Imaging 1: Adobe Photoshop
1593 ECON 100
Survey of Economics
2179 MAT
125
Web Design 1: Fundamentals
1607 ECON 101
Principles of Economics: MACRO
2208 MAT
135
Graphic Design 1: Principles
1616 ENGL 100
Composition and Reading
2187 MAT
150
Flash 1: Animation and Interactivity
1690 ENGL 100
Composition and Reading
2201 MAT
170
Digital Imaging 2: Adobe Illustrator
1692 ENGL 100
Composition and Reading
2174
MAT
180
Publishing 1: Adobe InDesign
1696 ENGL 100
Composition and Reading
2213 MAT
225
Dynamic Web Development
1881 FILM
101
Introduction to Film
2767 MATH 101
Intermediate Algebra
1882 FILM
101
Introduction to Film
2774
MATH 101
Intermediate Algebra
1878 GEOG 101
Physical Geography
2979 MATH 101
Intermediate Algebra
1880 GEOG 101
Physical Geography
2980 MATH 101
Intermediate Algebra
2971 GEOG 104
World Geography
2779 MATH 101B
Intermediate Algebra Part 2
1986 GEOL 101
Physical Geology
2981 MATH 103
Statistics
1987 GEOL 101
Physical Geology
2977 MATH 115
Calculus with Applications
1989 GEOL 101L
Physical Geology Laboratory
2782 MATH 125
College Algebra
1991 GEOL 101L
Physical Geology Laboratory
2805 MATH 125
College Algebra
1990 GEOL 120
Environmental Geology: Earth Hazards and Humanity
2775 MATH 130
Trigonometry
1916 GERO 101
Introduction to Aging
2837 MATH 130
Trigonometry
1917 HEAL 100
Nutrition Today
2976 MATH 135
Pre-Calculus Mathematics
1939 HEAL 100
Nutrition Today
2834 MATH 226
Discrete Mathematics
1920 HEAL 101
Principles of Health
2799 MATH 820
Pre-Algebra
1921 HEAL 101
Principles of Health
2982 MATH 820
Pre-Algebra
1924 HEAL 101
Principles of Health
2983 MATH 820
Pre-Algebra
1928 HEAL 101
Principles of Health
2781 MATH 820B
Pre-Algebra Part 2
1929 HEAL 101
Principles of Health
2711 MATH 830
Elementary Algebra
1996 HIST
100
World History to 1500
2773 MATH 830
Elementary Algebra
2025 HIST
101
World History Since 1500
2832 MATH 830
Elementary Algebra
2028 HIST
103
Western Civilization
2984 MATH 830
Elementary Algebra
2002 HIST
104
Western Civilization
2233 MUS
101
Theory I
2005 HIST
105
History of England
2333 MUS
101
Theory I
2035 HIST
109
History of the Middle East
2235 MUS
103
Musicianship
2006 HIST
110
United States History
3120 MUS
103
Musicianship
HIST
110
United States History
2237 MUS
105
Music Fundamentals
2024 HIST
110
United States History
2238 MUS
105
Music Fundamentals
2026 HIST
110
United States History
2304 MUS
105
Music Fundamentals
2030 HIST
110
United States History
2240 MUS
113
Musics in Multicultural America
2012 HIST
111
United States History
2307 MUS
114
History of Rock and Roll
2020 HIST
111
United States History
2306 MUS
115
History and Appreciation of Western Music
2027 HIST
111
United States History
3121 MUS
115
History and Appreciation of Western Music
3133 HIST
111
United States History
2302 MUS
116
A Survey of World Music
2036 HIST
116
History of the Americas
2305 MUS
119
History of Jazz
3036 HOSP 120
Hospitality Human Resources Management
2281 MUS
201
Advanced Theory
3037 HOSP 128
Hospitality Marketing
2285 MUS
203
Advanced Musicianship
2079 HOSP 134
Facilities Management
2670 NURS 151
Body Systems Survey for Health Professions
3095 KINE
190
Introduction to Kinesiology
2672 NURS 155
Basic Medical Terminology
3094 KINE
200
Physical Education in the Elementary School
2356 OCEA 101
Introduction to Oceanography
3151 KINE
204
Techniques and Analysis of Fitness and
Weight Training
2357 OCEA 101
Introduction to Oceanography
2369 OCEA 101
Introduction to Oceanography
2371 OCEA 101
Introduction to Oceanography
2373 OCEA 101
Introduction to Oceanography
2376 PHAR 201
Pharmacology Review & Update
2011
Online
Title
Online Courses
2953 LIBR
101
College Research Skills
2662 LIBR
108
Research Strategies for the Online World
2223 MAP
100
Introduction to Administrative Medical Assisting
2224 MAP
102
HIPAA Compliance and Certification
2225 MAP
110
Health Information Management:
Introduction to the Electronic Health Record
84
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(760) 757-2121
miraCosta CREDIT courses • Fall 2010
Class # Catalog #
Title
Class # Catalog #
Title
Online Courses
2387 PHIL
100
Informal Logic and Critical Thinking
2394 PHIL
100
Informal Logic and Critical Thinking
2968 PHIL
100
Informal Logic and Critical Thinking
2380 PHIL
101
Introduction to Philosophy: Knowledge and Reality
2381 PHIL
101
Introduction to Philosophy: Knowledge and Reality
2391 PHIL
101
Introduction to Philosophy: Knowledge and Reality
2398 PHIL
101
Introduction to Philosophy: Knowledge and Reality
2393 PHIL
122
World Religions
2395 PHIL
122
World Religions
2399 PHIL
122
World Religions
Set a New Course for
2402 PHSN 106
Energy, Motion, and Matter:
An Introduction to Physics and Chemistry
2442 PSYC 100
Introduction to Psychology
2451 PSYC 101
General Psychology
2468 PSYC 104
Statistics for Behavioral Science
2469 PSYC 104
Statistics for Behavioral Science
2475 PSYC 112
Child Growth and Development
2478 PSYC 113
Child and Adolescent Growth and Development
2479 PSYC 113
Child and Adolescent Growth and Development
2495 REAL
100
Real Estate Principles
2493 REAL
105
Real Estate Practice
2496 REAL
240
Computer Applications in Real Estate
2501 SOC
101
Introduction to Sociology
2514 SOC
101
Introduction to Sociology
2528 SOC
104
Statistics for Behavioral Science
2529 SOC
104
Statistics for Behavioral Science
2536 SOC
210
Child, Family, and Community
2545 SPAN 101
Elementary Spanish (First Semester)
2606 SPAN 101
Elementary Spanish (First Semester)
2602 SPAN 102
Elementary Spanish (Second Semester)
2972 SPAN 201
Intermediate Spanish (Third Semester)
2575 SPAN 203
Spanish for Native Speakers
Academic Excellence
M I R A C O S T A
Explore academic subjects in greater
breadth and depth.
Learn in small seminar-style classes
taught by dynamic faculty.
Improve critical thinking and
communication skills.
Boost transcripts and increase chances
for acceptance at top universities.
Enjoy the friendship and support of
like-minded students.
Oceanside Campus:
ANTH 101H, ENGL 201H, FILM 101H,
GEOL 101H, HIST 101H, SOC 101H
Online
San Elijo Campus:
ANTH 102H, ART 260H, HIST 100H,
OCEA 101H
To learn about the Honors
Scholar Program, drop by the
Honors Lounge in the Student Center
on the Oceanside Campus,
call (760) 795-6878 or visit online at
www.miracosta.edu/honors
For more information,
e-mail Christopher Sleeper,
Honors Coordinator, at
honors@miracosta.edu
Any student may enroll in an
Honors course —membership in the
Honors Scholar Program is not required.
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Class # Catalog #
Title
Class # Catalog #
Title
Late-Start Courses
For more information about the late-start courses listed below, see the complete course descriptions in the All Courses
section. The courses listed in this section are all courses that start AFTER the first week of spring semester including
• 15-week classes that begin the week of September 7 (OC, SEC, online)
• Self-paced classes that have various start dates
• 8-week (also known as mid-semester classes) that begin the week of October 18
• Self-paced and other late-start courses
Enroll early—many late-start courses fill before the semester begins.
Class # Catalog #
Title
Class # Catalog #
15-Week late-start courses
1027 ACCT 299P(3.0) Coop Work Exp — Occupational
1402 CRLP
100
1032 ADM
100
Introduction to the Administration of Justice
2649 CS
299P(3.0) Coop Work Exp — Occupational
1033 ADM
100
Introduction to the Administration of Justice
3068 CSIT
110
Computer Applications
1043 ADM
299P(3.0) Coop Work Exp — Occupational
3069 CSIT
110
Computer Applications
Career and Life Planning
1047 ANTH 101
Biological Anthropology
3072 CSIT
110
Computer Applications
1053 ANTH 102
Cultural Anthropology
3074
CSIT
115
Intermediate Computer Applications
1188
ART
203
Life Drawing
3077 CSIT
120
Fundamentals of Computer Information Systems
1193
ART
203
Life Drawing
3078 CSIT
125
Microsoft Word for Business
1105
ART
204
Painting
3079 CSIT
128
Microsoft Excel for Business
1107
ART
204
Painting
3081 CSIT
128
Microsoft Excel for Business
1134
ART
204
Painting
3083 CSIT
131
Microsoft Access for Business
1111
ART
205
Painting in Watercolor and Waterbase Media
3084 CSIT
134
Microsoft PowerPoint for Business
1174
ART
206
Figure Painting
3085 CSIT
137
Google Apps for Business
1146
ART
210
Printmaking
3087 CSIT
146
Internet Presence for the Small and Medium Business
1142
ART
223
Woodworking and Furniture Design
3089 CSIT
155
Web 2.0
1183
ART
230
Introduction to Installation, Interactive,
and Site-Specific Art
3139 CSIT
299P(3.0) Coop Work Exp — Occupational
3127 ART
231
Introduction to Video and Performance Art
2915 DNCE 146
Latin Dance I
1167
ART
247
Digital Imaging 1: Adobe Photoshop
2896 DNCE 157
Pilates Apparatus I
1168
ART
248
Digital Imaging 2: Adobe Illustrator
2897 DNCE 157
Pilates Apparatus I
3104 ART
295
Professional Practices and Portfolio Development
in Visual Art
2898 DNCE 158
Dance Stretch
1210 AUTO 130
Basic Automotive Tune-Up
1239 AUTO 299P(3.0) Coop Work Exp — Occupational
1297 BIO
105
Genes and Technology in Society
1301 BIO
180
Biostatistics
1395 BOT
299P(3.0) Coop Work Exp — Occupational
3118
DNCE 169
Introduction to World Dance Forms
1554 DRAF 136
Fundamentals of Design
1578 DRAM 111
Oral Interpretation of Literature
1579 DRAM 130
Acting I
1569 DRAM 256
Stagecraft
1583 DRAM 299P(3.0) Coop Work Exp — Occupational
1592 EART 106
Earth and Space Science
1646 ENGL 100
Composition and Reading
1648 ENGL 100
Composition and Reading
1668 ENGL 280
Creative Writing
1871 GEOG 101
Physical Geography
Preparatory Chemistry
1876 GEOG 101
Physical Geography
Educational Play: Materials
1879 GEOG 101L
Physical Geography Laboratory
Programs for Infants and Toddlers
1877 GEOG 102
Cultural Geography
Human Development
1875 GEOG 104
World Geography
Music and Movement for Young Children
1987 GEOL 101
Physical Geology
Health and Safety Issues in Childhood
1989 GEOL 101L
Physical Geology Laboratory
Parent / Teacher Partnerships
1993 GEOL 101L
Physical Geology Laboratory
1516 COMM 111
Oral Interpretation of Literature
1990 GEOL 120
Environmental Geology: Earth Hazards and Humanity
1536 COUN 100
Career and Life Planning
1326 BTEC 120
Business and Regulatory Practices in Biotechnology
1324 BTEC 180
Biostatistics
1368 BUS
299P(3.0) Coop Work Exp — Occupational
1439 CHEM 104
1432 CHEM 108
Late-Start
Title
15-Week late-start courses
1445 CHLD 106
1447 CHLD 111
1472 CHLD 121
1450 CHLD 160
1453 CHLD 205
1458 CHLD 230
86
Chemistry of Living Things
(Introduction to General, Organic, and Biochemistry)
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Class # Catalog #
Title
Class # Catalog #
Title
15-Week late-start courses
15-Week late-start courses
1995 HIST
100
World History to 1500
2618 SPAN 160
Spanish for Health Care Providers I
2021 HIST
100
World History to 1500
2575 SPAN 203
Spanish for Native Speakers
2000 HIST
101
World History Since 1500
2595 SPAN 210
Intermediate Conversation and Reading
2004 HIST
104
Western Civilization
2596 SPAN 211
Intermediate Conversation and Writing
2029 HIST
109
History of the Middle East
2626 WKEX 233P(3.0) General Cooperative Work Experience (Paid)
HIST
110
United States History
3096 WKEX 233P(3.0) General Cooperative Work Experience (Paid)
2020 HIST
111
United States History
3097 WKEX 233P(3.0) General Cooperative Work Experience (Paid)
3036 HOSP 120
Hospitality Human Resources Management
3098 WKEX 233P(3.0) General Cooperative Work Experience (Paid)
2079 HOSP 134
Facilities Management
3099 WKEX 233P(3.0) General Cooperative Work Experience (Paid)
3038 HOSP 150
Purchasing and Cost Control
3100 WKEX 233P(3.0) General Cooperative Work Experience (Paid)
2151 KINE
111(0.5)
Cardio Conditioning
3101
WKEX 233P(3.0) General Cooperative Work Experience (Paid)
KINE
111(1.0)
Cardio Conditioning
2134 KINE
151(0.5)
Stretch for Flexibility and Relaxation
2135 KINE
151(1.0)
Stretch for Flexibility and Relaxation
2138 KINE
152(0.5)
Yoga
2139 KINE
152(0.5)
Yoga
2161 KINE
299P(3.0) Coop Work Experience — Occupational
2950 LIBR
101
College Research Skills
2951 LIBR
101
College Research Skills
2953 LIBR
101
College Research Skills
2662 LIBR
108
Research Strategies for the Online World
2229 MAP
299P(3.0) Coop Work Exp — Occupational
2199 MAT
110
Digital Imaging 1: Adobe Photoshop
2202 MAT
170
Digital Imaging 2: Adobe Illustrator
2220 MAT
299P(3.0) Coop Work Exp — Occupational
2011
2118
2979 MATH 101
Intermediate Algebra
2805 MATH 125
College Algebra
2837 MATH 130
Trigonometry
2983 MATH 820
Pre-Algebra
2832 MATH 830
Elementary Algebra
2235 MUS
103
Musicianship
3120 MUS
103
Musicianship
2238 MUS
105
Music Fundamentals
2304 MUS
105
Music Fundamentals
299P(3.0) Occupational Cooperative Work Experience (Paid)
(See ad on page 70 and the ALL COURSES
section for courses numbered 299.)
8-Week Late-start courses
2369 OCEA 101
Introduction to Oceanography
2371 OCEA 101
Introduction to Oceanography
2373 OCEA 101
Introduction to Oceanography
2396 PHIL
100
Informal Logic and Critical Thinking
2380 PHIL
101
Introduction to Philosophy: Knowledge and Reality
2390 PHIL
101
Introduction to Philosophy: Knowledge and Reality
2392 PHIL
101
Introduction to Philosophy: Knowledge and Reality
2398 PHIL
101
Introduction to Philosophy: Knowledge and Reality
2384 PHIL
102
2991 ARCH 207
AutoDesk Revit Building 3D CADD
3019 AUTO 253
ASE L1 Alternative Course Advanced Engine
Performance
1300 BIO
190
Survey of Human Musculoskeletal System
1385 BOT
100
Beginning Keyboarding
1386 BOT
101
Advanced Keyboarding
1387 BOT
102
10-Key
1384 BOT
117
Management Office Skills
1351 BUS
171
Entrepreneur II
3060 CSIT
105
Computer Basics II
3061 CSIT
105
Computer Basics II
3073 CSIT
110
Computer Applications
3082 CSIT
128
Microsoft Excel for Business
2989 DRAF 207
AutoDesk Revit Building 3D CADD
1934 HEAL 210
Therapeutic Massage II
2980 MATH 101
Intermediate Algebra
2307 MUS
114
History of Rock and Roll
2306 MUS
115
History and Appreciation of Western Music
2297 MUS
282
Recording Arts IV
2676 NURS 160
Certified Nursing Assistant
3051 NURS 181
Medical Surgical Nursing I
2394 PHIL
100
Informal Logic and Critical Thinking
2395 PHIL
122
World Religions
299P(3.0) Occupational Cooperative Work Experience (Paid)
(See ad on page 70 and the ALL COURSES
section for courses numbered 299.)
Other Late-start courses
Introduction to Psychology
2998 BTEC 203
Techniques in DNA Amplification
2450 PSYC 101
General Psychology
3144 BTEC 293-1
Techniques in Biofuels Production and Analysis
2451 PSYC 101
General Psychology
1449 CHLD 140
Language and Literacy in Early Childhood
Statistics for Behavioral Science
1455 CHLD 250
Administration of Child Development Programs
Statistics for Behavioral Science
1398 CRLP
101
Introduction to Career Planning
Human Development
1399 CRLP
101
Introduction to Career Planning
299P(3.0) Coop Work Exp — Occupational
1403 CRLP
101
Introduction to Career Planning
299P(3.0) Coop Work Experience — Occupational
1571 DRAM 270(1.0)
Rehearsal and Performance — Technical Theatre
101
Introduction to Sociology
1587 DRAM 270(2.0)
Rehearsal and Performance — Technical Theatre
Statistics for Behavioral Science
3006 DRAM 271(1.0)
Rehearsal and Performance — Acting
Statistics for Behavioral Science
1573 DRAM 271(2.0)
Rehearsal and Performance — Acting
Introduction to Women’s Studies
2059 HORT 148
Introduction to Wine Production
2468 PSYC 104
2469 PSYC 104
2459 PSYC 121
2499 REAL
2666 RPT
2510 SOC
2528 SOC
2529 SOC
2512 SOC
104
104
120
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Contemporary Moral Problems
2442 PSYC 100
87
Final Exam Schedule
Final Exam Schedule —
Fall 2010 Semester
Saturday classes, which meet only once a week, will hold their final exam on December 11.
Short-term classes will hold their final exam at the last regular class meeting.
The instructor will indicate to students if the
final will be given at a day/date/time that is
different from what is specified.
Final grades
Final grades will be available approximately
2–3 weeks after the end of the term on SURF
at surf.miracosta.edu
Day classes that only meet once a week will observe the following schedule.
A class that meets...
only on this day:
Monday
Monday
Monday
Tuesday
Tuesday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Wednesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Thursday
Thursday
Friday Friday
and begins:
before 10 a.m.
from 10 to 11:50 a.m.
at noon or later
before 10 a.m.
from 10 to 11:50 a.m.
at noon or later
before 10 a.m.
from 10 to 11:50 a.m. at noon or later
before 10 a.m.
from 10 to 11:50 a.m.
at noon or later
before 1 p.m. at 1 p.m. or later will have final on:
Monday, December 13
Monday, December 13
Monday, December 13
Tuesday, December 14
Tuesday, December 14
Tuesday, December 14
Wednesday, December 15
Wednesday, December 15
Wednesday, December 15
Thursday, December 16
Thursday, December 16
Thursday, December 16
Friday, December 17
Friday, December 17
starting at this time:
9:30 a.m.
noon
2:30 p.m.
9:30 a.m.
noon
2:30 p.m.
8:00 a.m.
10:30 a.m.
1:00 p.m.
8:00 a.m.
10:30 a.m.
1:00 p.m.
regular start time
1:00 p.m.
Day classes which meet more than once a week AND all evening and twilight classes
will observe the following schedule. Classes that have different starting times for each class
meeting should use the first day of the week to determine the day/date/time of the final.
A class that meets Monday and Wednesday, or three or more days
a week, or once a week on Monday or Wednesday night...
and begins from:
7:00 a.m.–7:25 a.m. 7:30 a.m.–8:50 a.m. 9:00 a.m.–10:15 a.m. 10:20 a.m.–11:35 a.m. 11:40 a.m.–12:50 p.m. 1:00 p.m.–1:50 p.m. 2:00 p.m.–2:50 p.m. 3:00 p.m.–4:25 p.m. 4:30 p.m.–5:30 p.m. AFTER 5:30 p.m. M only AFTER 5:30 p.m. MW AFTER 5:30 p.m. W only will have final on:
Monday, December 13
Wednesday, December 15
Monday, December 13
Wednesday, December 15
Monday, December 13
Wednesday, December 15
Monday, December 13
Wednesday, December 15
Monday, December 13
Monday, December 13
Monday, December 13
Wednesday, December 15
starting at this time:
7:00 a.m.
8:00 a.m.
9:30 a.m.
10:30 a.m.
noon
1:00 p.m.
2:30 p.m.
3:30 p.m.
5:00 p.m.
7:30 p.m.
7:30 p.m.
7:00 p.m.
A class that meets Tuesday and Thursday
or once a week on Tuesday or Thursday night...
and begins from:
7:00 a.m.–7:25 a.m. 7:30 a.m.–8:50 a.m. 9:00 a.m.–10:15 a.m. 10:20 a.m.–11:35 a.m. 11:40 a.m.–12:50 p.m. 1:00 p.m.–1:50 p.m. 2:00 p.m.–2:50 p.m. 3:00 p.m.–4:25 p.m. 4:30 p.m.–5:30 p.m. AFTER 5:30 p.m. T only
AFTER 5:30 p.m. TTH AFTER 5:30 p.m. TH only
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will have final on:
Tuesday, December 14
Thursday, December 16
Tuesday, December 14
Thursday, December 16
Tuesday, December 14
Thursday, December 16
Tuesday, December 14
Thursday, December 16
Tuesday, December 14
Tuesday, December 14
Tuesday, December 14
Thursday, December 16
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(760) 757-2121
starting at this time:
7:00 a.m.
8:00 a.m.
9:30 a.m.
10:30 a.m.
noon
1:00 p.m.
2:30 p.m.
3:30 p.m.
5:00 p.m.
7:30 p.m.
7:30 p.m.
7:00 p.m.
Enrolling in Classes
Enrolling
All students are eligible to enroll in classes using
the SURF online enrollment system. Students
may also enroll in person at the Admissions and
Records Office at either campus on or after their
assigned enrollment date and time.
Enrollment Schedule
First-Priority Enrollment:
June 30–July 25
SURF is open to:
• Continuing students
(students enrolled spring or summer 2010)
• First-time college students who have
completed testing, orientation and advisement
(see page 98)
First-priority students are assigned a specific
enrollment date and time based on the number
of units completed at MiraCosta College through
spring 2010 (see below). New students who have
completed testing, orientation and advisement
are also assigned a first-priority date and time.*
Beginning June 23, find your specific enrollment
appointment by logging onto SURF, clicking
“Self Service,” then “Enrollment.”
Next select “Enrollment Dates.” Once you
have your enrollment appointment date and time,
you may enroll online or in person on or after
your appointment time.
Number of units completed:
(not including current semester)
Enroll on
or after:
40.5–50
50.5–60
60.5–70
70.5–80
80.5–90
30.5–40
20.5–30
Matriculated Students
10.5–20
4.5–10
0–4
90.5+
All Concurrently Enrolled High School Students
June 30
July 1
July 2
July 6, a.m.
July 6, p.m.
July 7
July 8
July 9 or 12
July 13 or 14
July 15 or 16
July 19, 20 or 21
July 22
August 9
Second-Priority Enrollment:
July 26–August 8
SURF is open to:
• Returning students (students who previously
attended MiraCosta but were not enrolled in
spring 2010).
• First-time college students who have not
completed testing, orientation and advisement
(see page 98).
• Students new to MiraCosta who have prior
college credit.
• All first-priority students who have not yet
enrolled or who wish to add/drop classes.
Admissions & Records/
Student Accounts
Regular Office Hours:
Monday –Thursday, 8 a.m.–7 p.m.
Friday, 8 a.m.– 4:30 p.m.
Oceanside Campus:
Admissions & Records
Building 3300
NOTE: Returning and first-time students to
MiraCosta must have an Application for Admission
on file before enrolling online.
Student Accounts
Building 3200
Third-Priority Enrollment:
August 9–15
Concurrently enrolled high school students
(including those continuing from spring or
summer 2010) may enroll in classes beginning
August 9. State regulations require that high
school students have a lower priority than
regularly admitted students. These students are
encouraged to complete testing, orientation and
advisement, however they may not earn early
enrollment privileges by doing so. High school
students who have not yet graduated from high
school are required to submit a concurrent
enrollment permit for each semester of college
attendance.
The week before classes begin:
August 16–20
The week before classes begin, the Admissions
and Records Office provides extra in-person
assistance for students who have not yet applied
or enrolled. Students may submit an application,
enroll in classes, clear prerequisites and pay fees
in one visit to campus. Students should plan on
about two hours to complete this process and will
need to bring proof of residency (if applicable),
and transcripts or grade reports if prerequisites
need to be cleared. Some students may need
additional documents and will not be able to
complete the process in one visit. Since many
classes fill prior to this time, selection will be
limited and students are strongly encouraged to
apply and enroll earlier.
Priority Enrollment for Special Populations
By regulation, colleges may grant early registration priority to special populations including
students participating in EOPS, students identified
as DSPS, recently discharged military veterans
and active duty military personnel. Contact the
*First priority enrollment privilege does not apply to
EOPS, DSPS, or Admissions and Records offices
concurrently enrolled high school students.
for more information.
MiraCosta College • Fall 2010
www.miracosta.edu
San Elijo Campus:
Admissions & Records/
Student Accounts
Administration Building
Fees are due at the time of enrollment
When enrolling online, you may use VISA,
MasterCard or Discover to pay your fees.
If you choose not to pay online with a
credit card, you must pay immediately
after enrolling, whether you enroll online
or in-person, to insure your enrollment in
the classes you have selected. In-person
payment is made at the Student Accounts
Office. Visa, MasterCard, Discover, cash
and checks are accepted for payment.
Unpaid course fees or other debts may
result in your classes being dropped and a
“hold” being placed on your account.
This will prevent you from adding classes
and accessing other services such as
requesting a transcript or enrollment
verification.
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Adding Classes/Dropping Classes/Policies
Late Enrollment:
August 23–28
August 29–September 4 with
instructor consent
During the first week of classes through August
28, you may enroll in open classes on SURF.
Instructor’s permission will be required if the
class is full or has other restrictions (audition,
team try-out, etc.) At the instructor’s discretion,
a student may enroll in/add a semester-long class
until September 4 or a 15-week (Late-Start) class
through September 17. Enrolling in a full or
restricted class using SURF requires a permission
number issued by the instructor. You may also
add or enroll in person at the Admissions and
Records Office with a permission number or an
Add Card signed by the instructor. Students may
enroll in open Late-Starting classes for up to
five working days from the start of class without
instructor consent. See the chart on page 91.
NEW: Wait Lists
Some classes fill quickly. Once a class is filled,
you have the option to be placed on a wait list.
While enrolling in SURF, you may select the
wait list option for a closed class. If you select the
wait list, you will be required to attend the first
meeting of the class. If enrolled students are not
present or other students decide to withdraw from
the class, the instructor may allow students from
the wait list to enroll. The instructor will issue
permission numbers to students who will then use
that number to officially add the class on SURF,
or in person at the Admissions and Records Office.
If you are wait-listing an online class, in
addition to choosing wait list on SURF, contact
the class instructor via e-mail once class begins
to ask for permission to enroll. If the instructor
agrees, he/she will issue you a permission number,
which you will use on SURF to complete the
enrollment.
Classes for which a student is wait-listed do
not count as official enrollment and may not be
used to fulfill enrollment requirements toward
financial aid or verifications of enrollment.
Attendance at First Class Meeting
To insure your place in a class, attend the first
class meeting on time. Instructors may drop
absent students to make room for students
wishing to add the class. If you decide not to
continue in a class for which you have enrolled,
it is your responsibility to drop the class officially
by using SURF or by submitting a Drop Card
directly to the Admissions and Records Office.
Permission Numbers
A permission number allows you to enroll in/add
classes that require instructor permission such as
full classes that you have wait-listed or classes that
require an audition. A permission number allows
you to add the class using SURF online, avoiding
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a long wait at the Admissions and Records Office.
Full payment is required at the time of enrollment
to complete the process of adding the class. Add
Cards may be used to add a class in person but
will require either the permission number issued
by the instructor or the instructor’s signature.
• Permission numbers do not override prerequisites, holds, debts, class conflicts, repeats,
add deadlines or other enrollment restrictions.
• Use your permission number by the add
deadline for the class—your permission
number will expire on the add deadline.
• Be sure to make payment on the same day
you enroll, either on SURF with VISA,
MasterCard, Discover or at Student Accounts.
• Permission numbers may only be used once
by the student to whom they are issued.
Adding/Dropping Classes
Changes to your class schedule may be made
online using SURF. If you are adding more units
to your schedule, or are subject to new fees such
as course fees or Student Center fee, pay at the
time you add the units. After you have added or
dropped classes, we recommend you print your
new account detail and revised class schedule.
Students are responsible for officially dropping
a course at whatever point in the semester they
choose to drop up to the final deadline. If a course
is not officially dropped, either on SURF or in person, the student will receive a grade for the class.
Late Add Policy
Add and drop deadlines are strictly enforced.
Adds after class deadlines are generally not
accepted; however, a petition process exists
for students with extenuating circumstances.
The Late Add Petition is available in the
Admissions and Records Office and must be
signed by both the course instructor and the
department dean. Missing the add deadline due
to inability to pay fees, misunderstanding of
deadlines, confusion about enrollment expectations, transfer or graduation requirements, holds
or online enrollment mistakes are not acceptable
reasons for petitioning.
Pass/No Pass
Students may petition to take a course for pass/
no pass (P/NP) before the 30% deadline of the
course (see deadline grid). A “pass” (P) grade
indicates a satisfactory level of work (equivalent
to a letter grade of C). Units are earned but grade
points are not counted in the MiraCosta grade
point average (GPA). A “no pass” (NP) grade
indicates an unsatisfactory level of work or failing
grade; no units are earned and it is not counted
in the MiraCosta grade point average (GPA).
The Petition for Pass/No Pass form is available
at the Admissions and Records Office or may
be accessed online at www.miracosta.edu/
studentforms. Students planning to transfer
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should consult with a counselor before opting
for P/NP to make sure this option is accepted
by their intended transfer institution.
Class Cancellations
Classes canceled due to insufficient enrollment
will not meet. Every attempt will be made to contact students by telephone, e-mail or mail before
the class meets. Students are encouraged to adjust
their schedules by picking alternative courses/
times as soon as possible.
Students who choose not to substitute another
class for a canceled class do not need to drop the
class and will be automatically refunded their fees.
Repeating Classes
Students may repeat twice, any course in which
a grade of “D,” “F,” “NP” or “NC” has been
received in order to raise the grade and grade
points. To do this, you must enroll in person at
the Admissions and Records Office. Certain
activity, performance and skill courses have
been designated as repeatable courses and are
identified with the symbol “ + ” in the course
description. Students are limited to no more than
4 repetitions of any course in which a grade of
“W” is received. For more information on course
repetition, see the college catalog. If you are a
financial aid student, please refer to the Financial
Aid Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy for
information on repeated course work. Students
are not allowed to enroll in multiple sections of
the same course during the same semester unless
the course is short-term and one section does not
overlap with the other.
Auditing Classes
Auditing is sometimes allowed for students who
wish to repeat a credit lecture course or a repeatable performance, skill or activity course when
opportunities for repetition have been exhausted.
Approved auditors will not receive credit for the
class. Auditors will pay a non-refundable audit
fee and will also be charged for all instructional
materials. Students enrolled in 10 or more units
may audit an additional three or fewer units
without paying the fee. The current charge of $15
per unit and exemption after 10 units is subject
to change pending state legislation. Students
must obtain an audit form at the Admissions and
Records Office and secure approval of the instructor and chair of the department. Instructors and/or
department chairs reserve the right to approve or
disapprove audit requests and their decisions are
final. Enrollment fees for audited classes cannot
be waived by the Board of Governors Fee Waiver.
Clearing Prerequisites
To clear prerequisites completed at another
school, please complete the Requisite Review
Form on page 112. The completed form must be
submitted to the Admissions and Records Office
with a transcript or grade report for each prereq-
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Prerequisites/Deadlines
uisite to be cleared. Prerequisites must be cleared
by an Admissions and Records evaluator before
enrolling in the class.
Regulations on Requisites
Students have the right to enroll in any course
that does not require a prerequisite. MiraCosta
College enforces prerequisites and corequisites
during the enrollment process.
A prerequisite is a requirement which 1) is
authorized by statute or regulation, 2) is necessary to protect the health and safety of students
or others or 3) assures that the student has the
skill or knowledge presupposed to earn at least
a “C” grade in a course. If you have not taken a
prerequisite at MiraCosta College, complete the
Requisite Review Form on page 112 and bring
it with a transcript or grade report from another
institution to the Admissions and Records Office.
If you are currently enrolled in a requisite course,
you will be allowed to enroll in course(s) requiring the prerequisite for the next semester pending
proof of satisfactory completion. If you do not
pass the requisite course with a “C” or better,
you will be withdrawn from the class requiring
the prerequisite.
NOTE: A permission number or instructor
signature on an Add Card do not take the place of
a prerequisite.
A corequisite is a companion course taken
simultaneously with the related course. It teaches
skills and/or knowledge without which a student
is highly unlikely to pass the related course.
An advisory is the recommended preparation
for a class or program but is not required. Students
have the right to take a course without meeting
the advisory or recommended preparation and are
encouraged to do so if they feel their education,
work experience or other circumstances have prepared them to succeed in the course or program.
MiraCosta College offers a timely challenge
process to a student who feels s/he should be
allowed to override a mandatory requisite for any
of the grounds listed below [Title 5-55201(f)]:
1. The student has the knowledge or ability to
succeed in the course or program without
meeting the prerequisite or corequisite.
2. The student will be subject to undue delay in
attaining the goal of his or her educational plan
because the prerequisite or corequisite course
has not been made reasonably available.
3. The prerequisite or corequisite is either unlawfully discriminatory or is being applied in
an unlawfully discriminatory manner.
4. The prerequisite or corequisite has not been
established in accordance with the district’s
process for establishing prerequisites and
corequisites.
5. The prerequisite or corequisite is in violation
of Title 5.
If the challenge is upheld, the student will be
allowed to remain in the course or program
providing a space was available when the challenge was filed. If the challenge is not upheld,
the student will be withdrawn from the class.
Additional information concerning the challenge
procedure is available in the Admissions and
Records offices on both campuses as well as in
the college catalog.
Important Deadlines
Deadlines to add, drop, receive a refund and file for P/NP are determined by the start date
of the class. Because classes are offered in several time formats, there are many deadlines
throughout the semester depending on the scheduled dates of the class. The majority of
classes are semester-long; those deadlines are listed first on the chart below and are noted
on the College Calendar and elsewhere in the class schedule. Deadlines for other class
formats are listed on the chart below. Exceptions to add deadlines listed below are noted in
the individual class listings. Drop deadlines for self-paced classes apply to the full length of the
class, regardless of when the student enrolled. The last date to drop a class is the 75% point
of the class or the previous working day if the date falls on a weekend or holiday. Instructors
have the option of setting an earlier final drop date. Despite the listed deadlines to add, some
classes may require instructor consent to enroll after the class begins.
Add
Days
Start Date
End Date
Deadline*
Deadline
to drop
class with
no record
& receive
refund
Deadline
to file
for Pass/
No Pass
grading
option
Deadline
to drop
with a
“W” grade
(withdraw)
Full-Semester Classes:
Fall 2010
8/23/10
12/17/10
8/28/10
9/4/10
9/24/10
11/18/10
9/13/10
9/8/10
9/8/10
9/7/10
9/7/10
9/7/10
9/8/10
9/8/10
9/9/10
9/10/10
9/11/10
9/7/10
9/7/10
12/13/10
12/13/10
12/15/10
12/14/10
12/14/10
12/16/10
12/15/10
12/15/10
12/16/10
12/17/10
12/11/10
12/17/10
12/17/10
9/17/10
9/14/10
9/14/10
9/13/10
9/13/10
9/13/10
9/14/10
9/14/10
9/15/10
9/16/10
9/17/10
9/13/10
9/13/10
9/21/10
9/17/10
9/17/10
9/16/10
9/16/10
9/16/10
9/17/10
9/17/10
9/17/10
9/17/10
9/17/10
9/16/10
9/16/10
10/8/10
10/6/10
10/7/10
10/6/10
10/6/10
10/6/10
10/7/10
10/7/10
10/8/10
10/8/10
10/8/10
10/7/10
10/7/10
11/19/10
11/19/10
11/19/10
11/19/10
11/19/10
11/19/10
11/19/10
11/19/10
11/19/10
11/22/10
11/18/10
11/22/10
11/22/10
8/27/10
8/28/10
9/8/10
10/1/10
10/22/10
10/22/10
11/3/10
11/24/10
15-Week Classes:
M
MW
MW
T
TTH
TTH
W
W & Online
TH
F
S
To be arranged
Online
8-Week Classes Beginning in August:
Online
8/23/10
10/16/10
8-Week Classes Beginning in October:
Online
10/18/10
12/11/10
*At the instructor’s discretion, a student may add/enroll in a full-semester class
or 15-week class through the end of the second week of class.
For other variations, check your course syllabus.
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www.miracosta.edu
(760) 757-2121
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Fees: Information, Policies, Procedures
Payment of Fees. Payment is due at the time
of enrollment in classes. SURF will only accept
VISA, MasterCard or Discover payment.
• To enroll online: Pay your fees online with
VISA, MasterCard or Discover before signing
out of SURF, or prepay in person at Student
Accounts before enrolling on SURF.
• To enroll in person: Go to the Admissions
and Records Office at either campus on or
after your enrollment priority date and time.
After enrolling, immediately pay fees at the
Student Accounts Office by cash, check,
VISA, MasterCard or Discover.
Any debt will result in denial of further enrollment
privileges and holding of services such as transcript
requests and enrollment verifications.
Scholarship Recipients. If you received a
scholarship, before you enroll in classes, call or
visit the Scholarship Office to discuss how to use
your scholarship to pay for fees and textbooks. The
Scholarship Office is located in Building 3000 on
the Oceanside Campus, (760) 795-6751.
Military Tuition Assistance. Students
planning to use Military Tuition Assistance must
contact their Unit Education Officer to obtain
authorization forms. These forms must be presented to the Student Accounts Office before enrolling
in person at the Admissions and Records Office.
The authorization forms must include all required
signatures.
Enrollment Fee—$26 per unit for
California residents.* The enrollment fee is
subject to the legislative process. If the California
Legislature changes the fee after you have paid,
you will be asked to pay any additional amount
owed, or you will receive a refund as appropriate.
Currently the state mandates a fee of $26 per
unit. See fee assistance information, page 101,
for exemptions from this fee.
Tuition for Non-Residents—$185
per unit. Persons determined to be non-residents
of California, including international students, pay
$185 per credit unit in addition to the current $26
per unit enrollment fee for a total of $211 per unit.
*Possible Fee Increase
In the event that the California State Legislature increases the community college
enrollment fee, please be aware that the
fee increase applies to all community
colleges across the state and will be
effective fall semester 2010, regardless
of what is printed in class schedules. If
MiraCosta is notified of a fee increase, the
change will be made immediately in the
online enrollment system and all students
will be charged the new enrollment fee.
If a change occurs after some students
have enrolled for fall at the lower fee,
those students will need to pay the difference in order to be fully registered.
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Residency Requirements. The residency
rules as established by Title 5 of the California
Code of Regulations require a one-year physical
presence in California prior to the first day of the
term, combined with one year of evidence of intent
and ability to establish residency in California.
Students may be required to present evidence
regarding their residency. Some exceptions and
limitations to the residency requirement exist; consult the Admissions and Records Office. Students
in noncredit classes will not be required to pay
non-resident tuition.
Health Services Fee—$17. The state-
mandated health fee is collected to cover the cost
of secondary student accident insurance and to
help fund the operational expenses of the Health
Services Center. For more information on services
available to students, call (760) 795-6675. The following are exempt from paying the Health Services
Fee: Students taking only online classes; students
studying abroad; students in an approved apprenticeship training program; or students who depend
exclusively upon prayer for healing, in accordance
with the teachings of a bona fide religious sect,
denomination or organization.
Student Center Fee—$10. MiraCosta
College students voted to assess a Student Center
fee of $1 per credit unit but no more than $10 per
fiscal year (summer 2010 to spring 2011) for those
students enrolled in credit classes on the Oceanside
or San Elijo Campus. Students on CalWORKs/
TANF, SSI, or General Assistance are exempt from
this fee.
exception of disabled parking spaces and red zones.
Parking permits are priced as follows: four-wheel
vehicle — $35 (choice of hang tag or sticker); motorcycle, motor-driven two-wheel vehicle — $17.50
(sticker only; additional hang tag, $35). The vehicle
license plate number is required for a parking permit.
Parking permits may be purchased online
at SURF or in person at the Student Accounts
Office in Bldg. 3200 on the Oceanside Campus
or the Administration Building at the San Elijo
Campus. Parking permits may be picked up by presenting your receipt from SURF as proof of
payment, picture ID and vehicleinformation
(vehicle license plate/year/make/model/color) at
the Parking/Police Office on the Oceanside Campus
or the Student Accounts Office. For information
about parking on campus, call MiraCosta College
Police, (760) 795-6674.
Exceptions: Students enrolling in community
education classes or who have a current California
disabled placard are not required to pay parking
fees. However, they must register their vehicles with
Campus Police. The District accepts no responsibility
for damage to vehicles parked on District property
or for their contents. (Operation of Vehicles/Parking
Board Policy VIII G 2)
Textbook Costs. Textbooks are often more
materials fee; see course listings.
expensive than enrollment fees and can cost as
much as $150 per class. To save money, students
are encouraged to participate in the bookstore’s
used book, book buy-back and book rental programs when possible. For financial assistance to
purchase textbooks and other required supplies,
visit the Financial Aid Office or EOPS Office in
Building 3000 on the Oceanside Campus to see if
you qualify for textbook loan or grant programs.
Optional MCC Student ID Card—$6
Adding/Dropping Classes. Adding a class
Materials Fee. Some courses require a
(non-refundable once selected). The student ID
card supports a variety of college services such
as using computer and language labs and writing
checks in the college bookstore. A valid student
ID card also serves as the student’s library card,
expediting access to library resources. Students
without a valid student ID card also have access
to library resources, but will be asked to provide
proof of current semester enrollment along with a
government-issued photo ID and proof of current
address. MiraCosta College student ID cardholders also receive discounts at various North County
businesses such as movie theatres. ID cards and
replacements are issued at the Student Activities
Offices on both campuses. One dollar of this fee
supports the Chariot student newspaper. Students
need to bring their receipt of purchase and a picture
ID. Acceptable forms of ID are listed on the Student Activities Web page.
Optional Parking Permit (non-refundable
once selected). All vehicles not displaying a permit
will be ticketed starting September 7. Students may
not park in staff spaces. However, students may
park in staff spaces in Parking Lots 1C, 3C and 5A
after 6 p.m. All vehicles parked in student lots on
the Oceanside or San Elijo Campus Monday–Friday must display a student parking permit for the
current semester. Parking in student or staff lots
is not enforced on Saturday or Sunday, with the
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that increases the units of a student’s program
requires immediate payment of fees. Adding and
dropping classes for the same number of units
before the refund deadline may be subject to additional course materials fees or Student Center fees.
Refund Policy. State regulations allow
refunds for students with program changes by the
10 percent point of the course. Refunds will be
automatically mailed or credited to your credit card
throughout the semester. Fees for classes dropped
after the refund deadline will not be refunded.
(Title V of the California Code of Regulations.)
Returned Check Policy. A penalty of $10
will be charged for each check dishonored by the
bank and returned to the college. This penalty
is in addition to any and all other fees, fines and
charges. A $10 processing fee is charged for a
clearance of a hold placed on a student’s record for
a total of $20.
Delinquent Debt Collection Charge.
Each student is responsible for paying all fees
for a term or session. When classes remain on or
are added to the student schedule and fees are not
paid, the fees owed are past due and subject to the
collections process. If a delinquent debt is sent to
the State Chancellor’s Office Tax Offset Program,
a 25% penalty charge may be added to the
balance owed.
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Class Selection & Fee Calculation Worksheet
Time Management Worksheet
Use this worksheet to plan your class schedule. Be sure to choose alternate classes in case the class you have chosen is full.
Time
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Class Info & Units
Course Title
Class #
Catalog #Units
Complete the information at the left
to use as a reference when enrolling
online with SURF. You must use VISA,
MasterCard or Discover for payment to
enroll on SURF. For additional payment
information, see page 92. If you are
receiving any type of financial
assistance for your fees, see page 94
before using SURF.
TOTAL NUMBER OF UNITS:
More than 18 units requires clearance from a counselor.
Tuition & Fees (See page 92 for further explanation of fees.)
Health Services fee (required)
$
$
$ 17.00
Student Center fee (required for Oceanside and San Elijo classes only,
summer ’10 through spring ’11), $10 per year maximum, $1 per unit x total number of units =
$
Materials fees (see class listings)
$
Enrollment fee (required for all students), $26 per unit
Non-resident tuition (required for all non-residents of California), $185 per unit
Optional fees (non-refundable once selected)
Student ID card, $6
(ID card is required for many services. See page 92 for more information.)
$
$
$
TOTAL COST: $
Parking permit (required for all vehicles parked on campus, except Sundays), $35
Motorcycle or additional vehicle, $17.50
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Fee Calculation Worksheet
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First time SURF Users: To obtain your
SURF ID and password go to the SURF
Web site: https://surf.miracosta.edu
and click on the “Get your SURF ID &
Password here” link located near the
bottom of the page below the SURF ID
and Password box.
Other information needed: credit
card number and expiration date,
and vehicle license plate number if
purchasing a parking permit.
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SURF: Online Enrollment Instructions
Who Can Use SURF?
surf.miracosta.edu
a secure Web site
Who Cannot Use SURF?
Some situations prevent using SURF to enroll
in some or all of your classes. Those listed in
Category I below must be processed/cleared at
the appropriate college office on campus before
your SURF enrollment date. Situations described
in Category II below require in-person enrollment
at the Admissions and Records Office on or after
your priority date and time.
Fall Enrollment:
June 30 – August 22
SURF Hours:
CATEGORY I : Clear before using SURF
Monday – Sunday
24 hours a day
Student Help Desk:
Students who were enrolled at MiraCosta in
spring or summer 2010 may enroll using SURF
on or after their assigned enrollment date (see
page 89).
New students or returning MiraCosta
students who were not enrolled in spring or summer 2010 must submit the Application for Admission online at www.miracosta.edu. Allow two to
three business days for processing after submitting the application before using SURF.
• P
rerequisites:
Admissions and Records Office
• E nrollment in more than 18 units:
Counseling Office
(760) 795-6655
studenthelp@miracosta.edu
Monday – Friday
8 a.m.– 4:30 p.m.
• B
oard of Governors Waiver:
Financial Aid Office
• C
ash or check prepayments:
Student Accounts Office
• F ee waivers:
Student Accounts Office
• T hird party payments such as scholarships,
State Department of Rehabilitation,
VA benefits:
Student Accounts Office
• S
tudents using Military Tuition
Assistance:
Student Accounts Office
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CATEGORY II : Must enroll in person
• Challenge to a prerequisite
•Class schedule time conflicts
• C
ontinuation in courses for which a
previous grade of IP was issued
•Course repeats
• Auditing classes
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If you have a scholarship, deferment or
waiver (State Department of Rehabilitation,
VA Vocational Rehabilitation, EOPS or
CalWORKs, BOGW), you must have your
paperwork processed before using SURF.
If you have a delinquent account with
MiraCosta, you must resolve it either online
or at the Student Accounts Office, located in
Bldg. 3200 on the Oceanside Campus or in the
Administration Bldg. at the San Elijo Campus,
before you can use SURF.
If you have a hold on your account with
MiraCosta, you must resolve it before registering.
To find out if you have a hold, Log in to SURF
with your SURF ID and Password, click on the
Self Service link, Campus Personal Information link, and then click on the Holds link. If
you have a hold, you must contact the office(s)
on campus that initially placed the hold(s) on
your account to proceed with registration.
All prerequisites and corequisites for
classes will be enforced. You must clear
prerequisites and corequisites taken at other
institutions at the Admissions and Records
Office at least three business days before your
enrollment time. Use the Requisite Review
Form on page 112.
• Continuing students
(students enrolled spring or summer 2010)
• First-time college students who have
completed testing, orientation and
advisement (see page 98)
Login Information
• H
olds for debts:
Student Accounts Office
NOTE: You may be eligible for a
Board of Governors fee waiver
(BOGW). Check with the Financial
Aid Office before using SURF.
After you select your classes using
SURF, please review your account
summary carefully before choosing
“Make a Payment.” If your waiver
is not approved or payment is not
made, you may be dropped from
your classes. Fees must be paid the
same day you enroll. Contact the
Financial Aid Office, Bldg. 3000,
or call (760) 795-6711.
Before You Use SURF
Your Social Security number is used for financial
aid and tax purposes only, and is not used as
your login ID.
After you apply for admission, you will
be assigned an 8-digit Student ID number that
you will use the entire time you are a student at
MiraCosta College. To access SURF, replace
the first 0 in your Student ID number with a W.
(You can also retrieve this number on the
SURF Web site. You will find the link under the
STUDENTS MENU, highlighted in yellow, and
clicking on Get your student SURF ID and
password here.) This is now your SURF ID
which you will use to enroll in classes and track
your academic activity. Write it down— don’t
forget it! For detailed instructions on using
SURF, see the next page.
The most frequent request for SURF
assistance is “I forgot my password.” Please
use the password retrieval links at the bottom
of the SURF student login Web page.
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SURF: Online Enrollment Instructions
How to Use SURF
1 Click Student Center to:
You may use any computer with Internet access, including computers
in MiraCosta labs. SURF-only stations are also available in the
Admissions and Records offices on both campuses and in Bldg. 3000
on the Oceanside Campus.
• Manage school related activities
2 Click Class Search/Browse Catalog to:
•Search classes that match your search criteria
• Browse the course catalog by subject
Before signing into SURF, complete the planning and fee worksheets
on page 93 for use as reference.
 Go to: https://surf.miracosta.edu
Enter your SURF ID and SURF Password, click Sign In. First time
users click “Get your student SURF ID & password here” located
at the bottom of the page. Returning users who have forgotten their
information or want to reset their password click “Get your student
SURF ID & password here” or “Reset your student password”
respectively.
3 Click Academic Planning to:
•Build your Academic Planner (this is useful for planning your
schedule while awaiting your enrollment appointment or planning
future semesters)
4 Click Enrollment to:
After you log in you will see the default selection (Student Center) and
the student’s navigation menu located on the left side. Click Self Service
to view the available categories listed below.
Categories (from above screen shot):
• Student Center
• Class Search/Browse Catalog
• Academic Planning
• Enrollment
• Payment & Account Information
• Personal Information
• Academic Records
• Degree audit
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• View and Print:
– Enrollment Appointment & Dates
– My Class Schedule
– My Weekly Schedule
• Add (see steps on next page), drop, and/or swap classes
5 Click Payment & Account Information to:
• Make a payment
• Print Receipt/Account Activity
–View/print Account Summary and Activities
• View/print 1098-T tax form
•Purchase parking permit and/or ID card
6 Click Personal Information to:
• View/edit Personal Data Summary
• View Honors and Awards
• View HOLDS
• View your To Do List
7 Click Academic Records to:
• View and Print:
– Unofficial test scores
– Unofficial transcripts
– Request enrollment verification
– My Course History
– My Grades
– Request Official Transcript
– Official Transcript Status
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SURF: Online Enrollment Instructions
Example: Steps to add an ART 101 class
1 After logging in to SURF, click Self Service, next Enrollment then
Enrollment: Add Classes, select the term and click Continue.
Steps to Add to a Wait List
1 After logging in to SURF, click Self Service, next Enrollment then
Enrollment: Add Classes, select the term and click Continue.
2 Enter the class number (e.g. 2567) then click the “enter” button.
3 Notice below that SPAN 101, class number 2567 is closed (full)
which is depicted under that Status column by an orange triangle
symbol . However, you may place yourself on the Waiting List.
2 Enter either the class number (e.g. 1911) or press the Search button
to find the class you would like to add. To search, click the Search
button and enter the class criteria by selecting Art under Course Subject
and type 101 as the Catalog Number, then click Search (see the
Class Search picture).
3 Find the class you wish to add, and click Select Class.
4 Verify the information then click Next.
5 If you were assigned a PERMISSION NUMBER by your instructor,
locate the Permission Nbr box and enter the 6-digit number.
6 Verify the Enrollment Preferences, and click Next again.
4 Verify the information then click the Next button.
5 To be put on the Waiting List, you must click the Wait list checkbox
to insert a check mark.
(Repeat steps 2–6 for any other classes you wish to add.)
7 Once your shopping cart shows the correct classes,
click Proceed to Step 2 of 3.
6 Verify the Enrollment Preferences, and click the Next button.
8 Verify the information then click Finish Enrolling to complete
(Repeat steps 2 – 6 for any other classes you wish to add.)
the process.
After enrolling in classes, click Cal/Make a Payment to pay your fees
in full. You may use VISA, MasterCard or Discover only. You are
NOT officially enrolled until your fees are paid. Failure to pay may
result in being dropped from classes.
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SURF: Online Enrollment Instructions
Purchase & Print
To purchase your non-refundable parking permit and/or
student ID click Payment & Account Information, then Purchase
Parking or ID Card. All required fees will be calculated for you and
can be viewed by clicking Print Receipt/Account Activity
(all fees MUST be paid before you sign out). If you do not wish to
pay online, you may choose to pre-pay at the Student Accounts Office,
Room 3202 on the Oceanside Campus.
To print your Payments Receipt located under Payment &
Account Information > Print Receipt/Account Activity tab, select the
term to view the details accordingly.
7 Once your shopping cart shows your selected classes, click the
Proceed to Step 2 of 3 button.
8 Verify the information then click the Finish Enrolling button to
complete the process.
9 View your results here. The message depicts the following:
Use this printout as your receipt for proof of payment to pick up your
student ID card at the Student Activities Office, Room 3435 on the
Oceanside Campus (Student Center on the San Elijo Campus) and the
parking permit at the Campus Police Station on the Oceanside Campus
(Student Center on the San Elijo Campus).
10 To view your list of classes with their respective status, click the
Print your class schedule under Enrollment > My Class Schedule.
Class 2567 is full. You have been placed on the wait list in position 4.
My Class Schedule button. Look at the Status column,
it will say Waiting.
11 Note: You are NOT automatically enrolled in the wait-listed
class(es) if a spot opens up. The instructor will need to issue you a
Permission Number so you can add the class. See the instructions
on the previous page for adding a class with a Permission Number.
Students can only add themselves to the wait list until 11:59 p.m.
on the day before the first day of classes of any term. For example,
if the summer semester starts on June 14, the student can only be
wait-listed until 11:59 p.m. of June 13.
If you do not have a printer, you may complete the enrollment process
online and later come to campus to print your account detail summary
and/or class schedule at a SURF station in the Admissions and Records
offices (no charge for printing).
Please note that you will not be mailed receipts or any other
confirmation of payment.
For more information on how to use SURF please visit our SURF
Tutorials at https://surf.miracosta.edu or after you logon to your SURF
account click on the SURF Student Tutorials link located on the right-hand
side of your Student Center area.
SURF Help Desk—(760) 795-6655
If you experience technical difficulties using SURF, you may
contact the Student Help Desk by telephone at (760) 795-6655,
e-mail at StudentHelp@miracosta.edu or from SURF, click on the
“Student Help Desk” link for online chat tech support.
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Matriculation & Testing Information
Matriculation & Testing
Matriculation:
Your Path to
College Success!
Testing Information
www.miracosta.edu/testing
The matriculation process (orientation, testing
and advisement) starts you on the right path
and keeps you going with the information you
need to arrive at your educational destination.
All matriculation services are free for MiraCosta
College students.
If you are new to college and plan to transfer,
earn an associate degree or a vocational certificate, improve basic skills, or are undecided about
your goal, you should matriculate. Matriculation
is also helpful if you are returning to school after
a long absence. Placement tests or approved
alternatives (see page 99) are required if you plan
to enroll in English or math classes. Classes in
other subject areas may also require English and
math placement testing.
Important!
• You must have an Application for
Admission on file before you test unless
you are testing for another college. (A fee is
charged for testing for another college.)
• Appropriate photo ID is required to take tests
and to pick up test scores.
• Testing does not require an appointment.
Review Before You Test (optional)
If you choose to brush up on math, a review
for the Algebra Readiness, Elementary Algebra, Intermediate Algebra and Pre-Calculus
tests is available online at www.miracosta.edu/
testing. Review packets for all four tests may
also be purchased in the college bookstores.
English and ESL assessment sample
questions and answers* may be viewed on the
following Web pages in the next column:
English Assessment Sample Items
COMPASS Reading Test sample questions:
http://www.act.org/compass/sample/reading.html
http://www.act.org/compass/sample/pdf/reading.pdf
COMPASS Writing Skills Test sample questions:
http://www.act.org/compass/sample/writng.html
http://www.act.org/compass/sample/pdf/writing.pdf
ESL Assessment Sample Items
COMPASS ESL Reading Test sample questions:
http://www.act.org/compass/esl/sample/reading1.html
COMPASS ESL Grammar Usage Test
sample questions:
http://www.act.org/compass/esl/sample/grammar1.html
COMPASS ESL Listening Test sample questions:
http://www.act.org/compass/esl/sample/listening1.html
Oceanside Campus • (760) 795-6685
English and Math Tests:
San Elijo Campus • (760) 944-4449, ext. 7752
English and Math Tests:
Monday –Friday, 8 a.m. –3 p.m.
May 1– August 27:
Monday– Friday, 8:30 a.m.– 3 p.m.
For testing hours after August, please call
(760) 944-4449, ext. 7752 or (760) 795-6685.
Bldg. 3300, Room 3334
Math Tests:
Math Learning Center
Bldg. 1200, Library and Information Hub, First Floor
(When classes are in session only):
SUMMER SEMESTER:
Monday–Thursday, 4 – 5:30 p.m.
(The Math Learning Center will be closed July 30
until the first day of classes in the fall semester.)
Community Learning Center (CLC)
English and Math Tests:
Room 135
Wednesday, September 29, 1:30– 4 p.m.
By appointment only. Please call CLC Counseling
at (760) 795-8709 for a reservation.
Photo identification is required. Please read additional information about the
testing process on this page and the next before coming to test.
Call the Testing Office in Oceanside (760) 795-6685 for possible alternatives to this schedule.
The Tests
English testing is offered on a drop-in basis at
the Oceanside and San Elijo campuses and at
scheduled sessions at the Community Learning
Center. Students who start a test at the ending
times listed may not have sufficient time to finish
the test the same day. If you are a student with
a disability needing an accommodation, please
plan to test in the morning to maximize the time
available to you; an extended-time referral is not
required as there is no time limit for the test.
You will be asked to select one of the following tests in order to determine your English or
ESL course eligibility.
1. The English Assessment: This test measures
reading and writing skills of native speakers
of English.
2. The ESL Assessment: This test measures
reading, writing and listening skills of
non-native speakers of English.
The Mathematics Competency Exam
(math test) is a timed 75-minute test. You will
choose one of four computerized multiple-choice
tests to demonstrate your skills in pre-algebra,
elementary algebra, intermediate algebra or
pre-calculus. You may take just one test on a
given day. You may re-test or take another test
on another day if you wish. (See re-test policies.)
Guidelines to help you decide which test to take
are available in Testing Services in Building 3300
on the Oceanside Campus, in the Testing Center
*Sample items used with permission from ACT, Inc.
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Testing Center, Bldg. 100, Room 101
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in Room 101 on the San Elijo Campus, or on the
Testing Web page at www.miracosta.edu/testing.
The math test is offered on a drop-in basis
at the locations listed. Space is limited at the
San Elijo Campus Testing Center and at the Math
Learning Center. Students will be served on a
space-available basis. You should allow at least
1-1/2 hours to complete the math testing process
and arrive no later than the ending times listed.
Referrals from Disabled Student Programs and
Services are necessary for students with a disability needing an accommodation. ESL students
may request extended time for the math test from
Testing Office staff. Contact the Testing Department, (760) 795-6685 for information. Students
who have extended time authorization should
arrive by 2 p.m.
Obtaining Test Scores
You will receive a score report when you complete a test. Additional test scores are released to
the examinee only­— photo identification is
required. Included with your scores is a placement recommendation for English and math.
The recommendation will be entered into SURF
on a nightly basis allowing you to enroll in the
appropriate class.
If after advisement and/or re-testing you
still have questions about your placement, see a
counselor. Counseling offices are located in Bldg.
3700 on the Oceanside Campus, (760) 795-6670;
and in the Administration Building on the
San Elijo Campus, (760) 944-4449, ext. 6670.
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Ability to Benefit Test
Students without a high school diploma or GED
who are planning to apply for federal financial aid
may need to take the Ability to Benefit (ATB) test
to establish their ability to benefit from instruction. ATB examinees must be at least 18 years
old before the start of the semester for which they
wish to receive aid. The ATB test is administered
on computers in the Testing Computer Lab. Allow
at least 90 minutes to complete the test. A referral
from the Financial Aid Office is required.
Re-Testing & Testing Fee Policies
MiraCosta students may not take the English
Assessment, ESL Assessment, or any of the four
mathematics tests more than two times. Once
this maximum is reached, students will not have
the option of further retesting on that test.
(Tests given through our high school outreach
testing program will not be counted toward the
maximum.) For English and mathematics tests,
students must wait at least 24 hours after their
initial test before retesting. Students who do not
intend to enroll at MiraCosta College but who
wish to take an English test, any of the four
mathematics tests and/or the Ability to Benefit
test will be charged $30 per test.
Alternatives to Taking
MiraCosta’s Tests
1. Take your transcript from another college
showing completion with a grade “C” or
better in a prerequisite English/math class to
the Admissions and Records Office, or
2. Take your English/math course placement
results from another California community
college to the Admissions and Records Office
and submit with a “Review of Non-MCC
Placement Recommendation” form (available
in the Admissions and Records Office or on
their Web site.) Your document must state the
course in which you are eligible to enroll.
A score alone is not sufficient, or
3. Take the transcript or diploma of your bachelor’s degree to Admissions and Records for
English course placement at the 200 level and
math course placement at the 830 level, or
4. If you have achieved one of the following
minimum scores, take documentation to the
Testing Office and fill out an “Alternate
Tests Review Request” form. The Dean of
Admissions and Student Support will review
the documentation and other factors to
determine placement (see score requirements
in next column):
Math
English
• Advanced Placement (AP) Program English
(Language or Literature) test with a score of
three or higher
• International Baccalaureate (IB) Higher Level
English Examination with a score of five or
higher
• California State University system English
Placement Test with a score of 151 or higher
• Passing score on the UC Analytical
Writing Placement Examination (previously
the Subject A Examination)
• Advanced Placement Program calculus test
(AB or BC) with a score of three or higher
• College Level Examination Program general
or subject examination in mathematics with a
score at or above the 50th percentile
• California State University system Entry
Level Mathematics (ELM) test with a score of
50 or higher
NOTE: Classes in other subject areas may also
require English and math competencies.
Orientation & Advisement • Fall 2010
Orientation provides an overview of how to enroll in classes, services available
to students, and tips for success in your first semester.
Advisement helps you choose the right courses to meet your academic goal,
whether it is a vocational certificate, associate degree, or transfer to a university.
Orientation and Advisement may be completed online at www.miracosta.edu. Look for
the “Online Orientation and Advisement” link on the front page.
In order to receive matriculation credit for completing Orientation and Advisement,
you must complete the quizzes found within the online presentations. Note: You must have
a SURF ID* and password to receive credit for the quizzes. You may view the online
presentations as many times as you like. If you have additional questions after viewing
the presentations, you can attend a follow-up information session at one of the times and
locations listed below. A reservation is not required to attend a follow-up session. Online
Orientation and Advisement will answer most of your questions, so please be sure to
complete them prior to attending a follow-up session.
*To obtain a SURF ID and password, you must have applied for admission to MiraCosta College.
For more information, see the “Applying for Admission” section in this schedule.
Follow-Up Information Sessions
Day/Date
Wednesday, June 16
Thursday, June 24
Tuesday, June 29
Tuesday, July 6
Wednesday, July 7
Monday, July 12
Wednesday, July 14
Thursday, July 15
Tuesday, July 20
Thursday, July 22
Monday, Aug 2
Friday, Aug 6
Tuesday, August 10
Friday, August 13
Tuesday, August 17
Thursday, August 19
Location
Oceanside
Oceanside
Oceanside
San Elijo
Oceanside
Oceanside
San Elijo
Oceanside
Oceanside
San Elijo
Oceanside
Oceanside
San Elijo
Oceanside
Oceanside
Oceanside
Start/End Time
4–5 p.m.
5–6 p.m.
4–5 p.m.
4–5 p.m.
5–6 p.m.
4–5 p.m.
5–6 p.m.
4–5 p.m.
5–6 p.m.
4–5 p.m.
4–5 p.m.
11 a.m.–12 p.m.
4–5 p.m.
10–11 a.m.
4–5 p.m.
9–10 a.m.
Room
OC3201
OC3201
OC3201
SAN307
OC3201
OC3201
SAN307
OC3201
OC3201
SAN307
OC3205
OC3201
SAN307
OC3201
OC3201
OC3201
Follow-Up Information Locations:
Oceanside Campus: 1 Barnard Drive, Oceanside
San Elijo Campus: 3333 Manchester Avenue, Cardiff
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Matriculation & Testing Information
Exemption From the
Matriculation Process*
Student Rights & Responsibilities
To be exempt from the matriculation process at
MiraCosta College, a student must meet one of
the following conditions:
1. The student was exempt during a previous
semester; or
2. The student has earned an associate or higher
degree from an accredited institution; or
3. The student has previously attended another
college and indicated on the application
for admission one of the following as an
educational goal:
• Discover/formulate career interests,
plans, goals
• Prepare for a new career (acquire job skills)
• Advance further in current job/career
(update job skills)
• Maintain certificate or license
(e.g. nursing, real estate)
• Personal interest; no intention to use
credit for certificate, degree or transfer
• Complete credits for high school diploma
or GED
You have the right to challenge or appeal any
step in the matriculation process by contacting
the Dean of Counseling and Special Services at
(760) 795-6892. To challenge a course prerequisite or corequisite, contact the Admissions and
Records Office on either campus. Furthermore,
you may refuse to participate in any matriculation
service. Refusal, however, will not entitle you
to early enrollment privileges or waive course
prerequisites or corequisites.
You are responsible for expressing broad
educational intent upon admission and for
declaring a specific educational goal by the time
you have completed 15 semester units. You are
also responsible for attending class, completing
assignments, arranging counseling appointments
and maintaining progress toward your
educational goal.
Students or community members
with verified disabilities are entitled
to appropriate accommodations. A variety
of alternative formats are readily
available; others may require additional
time. For specific details, contact the
Disabled Students Programs and Services
Office, (760) 795-6658.
Exemption from
Assessment (testing) Only *
To be exempt from the assessment component
of matriculation, a student must meet one of the
following conditions:
1. The student has completed the prerequisite
course with a grade of “C” or higher
(transcript or grade report required) at
another college for any math or English
course(s) in which s/he wishes to enroll.
2. The student has an approved assessment test
from another California community college
which can be used to meet the prerequisite for
the math or English course(s) in which s/he
wishes to enroll.
*Exemption from matriculation and/or assessment
does not allow you to have priority enrollment
privileges. Exempted students are encouraged to
participate in the matriculation and/or
assessment process.
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(760) 757-2121
Financial Aid at MiraCosta College
Apply for
Federal Aid
There are three ways to get information about
Financial Aid at MiraCosta College:
1. Visit our Web site: www.miracosta.edu/financialaid
Here’s How…
2. Stop by the office on the Oceanside Campus, Building 3000
Monday–Thursday 8 a.m.–7 p.m.
Friday 8 a.m.–4:30 p.m.
STEP
3. Give us a call at (760) 795-6711
Monday–Thursday 10 a.m.–7 p.m.
Friday 10 a.m.–4:30 p.m.
Complete the Free Application
for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
online at
To Apply for Federal Financial Aid:
Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at
www.fafsa.gov to be considered for:
• Pell Grant, Federal Supplemental Grant (FSEOG) and the Academic
Competitiveness Grant (ACG). These grants are financial assistance
based on need and other criteria and do not have to be repaid.
• Federal Work Study (FWS). Students earn money through part-time
employment on campus.
• Direct Loan. Students must complete a FAFSA before applying for
a loan and are responsible for repayment when the loan comes due.
www.fafsa.gov
Use 001239 as the school code for
MiraCosta College.
STEP
The Board of Governors Fee Waiver (BOGW) is available to California
residents only and waives the enrollment fee and reduces the parking
fee (parking fee reduction only available for the fall and spring terms).
There are three different types of BOG waivers (Methods A, B, or C)
and two ways to apply:
To be considered for Method A or B, complete the BOGW application
available online at www.miracosta.edu/BOGW or in the Financial Aid
Office. Attach the required verification documents and submit to the
Financial Aid Office for eligibility determination. We recommend that
you also complete the FAFSA. If you meet the criteria to qualify for the
BOGW, you will likely also qualify for federal grant money.
For Method C, complete the FAFSA as instructed above.
Textbook Assistance. Textbooks are often more expensive than enrollment fees.
The Financial Aid Office can determine if you are eligible for book grants or book loans.
You can also save money at the bookstore by purchasing used books and participating
in the book buy-back program.
Warning: Financial Aid Recipients. Students who receive federal financial aid funds and
who totally withdraw before the 60 percent withdrawal date of the term will require a refund
and repayment calculation to determine funds owed back to the government by both the school
and the student. Contact the Financial Aid Office for additional information.
www.miracosta.edu
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You will receive a
Student Aid Report (SAR). Use it
to make corrections if needed.
To Apply for Enrollment Fee Assistance:
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STEP
3
We will receive a copy of your
SAR electronically. We will review
it and request any additional
documents—bring these documents
to the Financial Aid Office.
STEP
4
We will review the
documentation you submitted and
issue an award letter to you.
STEP
5
If you are eligible, a financial aid
check will be disbursed to you
via direct deposit or mail.
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Student Support Services
MiraCosta College has a comprehensive program of support services available to all students. All services listed below
are offered at the Oceanside Campus with some full-time and others available upon request at the San Elijo Campus and
Community Learning Center. Students are encouraged to take advantage of these services throughout their educational
experiences at MiraCosta College.
Activities—Get Involved!
Career Center
Oceanside, Building 3400, Room 3435: (760) 795-6890
San Elijo, Student Center: (760) 944-4449, ext. 7782
Oceanside, Building 3700: (760) 795-6772
www.miracosta.edu/careers
School isn’t just about classes—it’s about developing leadership skills,
taking an active role in the college community, learning more about things
that interest you, making friends and having fun! Here are some ways to
get involved:
The Career Center provides instruction, guidance, and resources to empower
students to make informed, intentional career decisions. Services include
career counseling, assessment, exploration, and
workshops. The center assists students with on- and
off-campus job placement and coordinates experiential
education opportunities through its Cooperative Work
Experience Education and Internship Studies programs.
The Career Center’s resources include a computer
lab and resource library. The lab is equipped with
up-to-date career planning software, access to relevant Internet sites, and
video resources. The library’s print resources include a collection of
reference books on careers, labor market forecasts, resume writing, and
interview techniques.
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Associated Students Government (ASG) activities
Campus clubs
The Chariot student newspaper
Intramural sports
College Hour and campus events
Emerging Leaders Institute
The Student Activities Office is also your source for ID cards, housing referral and posting information on campus.
Athletics & Intramural Sports
Oceanside, Building 5200: (760) 757-2121, ext. 6242
www.miracosta.edu/sports
MiraCosta College competes in the Pacific Coast Athletic Conference in
men’s and women’s basketball and soccer. MiraCosta also has a surf team
that competes in the collegiate division
of the National Scholastic Surfing
Association (NSSA).
The Intramural Sports Program is open
to all students free of charge and provides
a safe, fun atmosphere where students can
meet new people and enjoy physical activity
by participating in a variety of one-day sports tournaments. Sports include
soccer, basketball, dodgeball, softball, volleyball, ultimate Frisbee and
tennis. Tournaments are for both men and women and all skill levels
are welcome to participate.
Campus Police
Oceanside, Building 1100: (760) 795-6640
San Elijo, Parking/Police Kiosk: (760) 795-6640
Parking Information Line: (760) 795-6674
On Campus Emergency: ext. 6911
Campus Police is responsible for ensuring the general safety and security
of students, faculty, and staff as well as for maintaining the registration of
parking permits and orderly parking of motor vehicles. Campus Police
assists with vehicle lock outs, jump starts, after-dark escorts and traffic
control. Campus Police also hosts community policing events and a
women’s self-defense program.
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Child Development Center
Oceanside, Building 8000: (760) 795-6656
www.miracosta.edu/childdev
MiraCosta’s Child Development Center provides child care to student, staff,
and community families. The center provides developmentally appropriate,
play-based, and inclusive early care and education for children between the
ages of 18 months and 5 1/2 years.
Located on the Oceanside Campus, the Child Development Center is open
weekdays from 7:15 a.m.–5 p.m. throughout the academic year. MiraCosta’s
student families receive priority enrollment as well as reduced fees.
Applications for enrollment are available online each semester at the
center’s Web site.
Counseling Services
Oceanside, Building 3700: (760) 795-6670
San Elijo, Administration Building: (760) 944-4449, ext. 6670
Online advising: www.miracosta.edu/counseling
The Counseling Center offers individualized academic, career, and personal
counseling to assist both prospective and current students in developing
their educational programs, coordinating their career and academic goals,
and understanding graduation, major, certificate, and transfer requirements.
Students can visit or call the office for appointments or drop-in times.
Disabled Students Programs and Services (DSPS)
Oceanside, Building 3000: (760) 795-6658
www.miracosta.edu/DSPS
MiraCosta College’s Disabled Students Programs and Services (DSPS) Office helps student who have certain verified disabilities. Services include
academic counseling, Braille services, individualized educational plans,
test accommodations, note-takers, in-class mobility aides, interpreters,
readers, special content courses and more.
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(760) 757-2121
Student Support Services
Extended Opportunity Programs & Services (EOPS)
Housing Referral
Oceanside, Building 3000: (760) 795-6680
Oceanside, Building 3400: (760) 795-6890
San Elijo, Student Center: (760) 944-4449, ext. 7782
www.miracosta.edu/housing
Extended Opportunity Programs and Services (EOPS) is designed for
students who are economically and educationally disadvantaged. EOPS
assists students with academic and financial support as well as with transfer
application fee waivers, book vouchers, counseling, priority registration and
more. If you are a former or current foster youth, EOPS has specialized
services designed to help emancipated minors and former foster youth with
the transition to college and independent living.
The Student Activities Office maintains a Web page for students who need
housing or a roommate. Arrangements may include rooms, apartments,
houses to rent/share, or room and board in exchange for work.
Lost & Found
Oceanside, Building 1100: (760) 795-6640
San Elijo, Administration Building: (760) 634-7899
Financial Aid Office
Oceanside, Building 3000: (760) 795-6711
Lost & Found is located at the Parking/Campus Police Office at the
Oceanside Campus and in the Administration Building at the
San Elijo Campus.
See financial aid information on page 101.
Food Pantry
The Food Pantry provides emergency food to students in need of short-term
assistance and referrals for additional community resources. Any currentlyenrolled student at MiraCosta qualifies for support. All services are confidential. Contact one of these offices:
• Service Learning
Oceanside Campus, Building 3300: (760) 795-6616
• Health Services
Oceanside Campus, Building 3300: (760) 795-6675
• Student Activities
San Elijo Campus Student Center: (760) 944-4449, ext. 7782
Health Services
Student Accounts Office/Cashier
Oceanside, Building 3200: (760) 795-6835
San Elijo, Administration Building: (760) 634-7762
The Student Accounts Office processes all student payments, tuition
assistance forms, deferment forms, and refunds. It is also where eligible
students may pick up their emergency loan and scholarship checks.
The office accepts cash, checks, money orders, and Visa, Mastercard,
and Discover credit cards for payments; however, office staff cannot
cash personal or payroll checks.
Students may also pay enrollment and related fees online at
surf.miracosta.edu.
Testing Services
Oceanside, Building 3300: (760) 795-6675
San Elijo, Student Center: (760) 944-4449, ext. 7747
MiraCosta’s Student Health Services Program helps
students maintain optimal physical, mental, and emotional
health. The health services fee paid by all students covers
student
health
the cost of secondary student accident insurance and helps
services
fund services. Health services include immunizations,
pregnancy tests, health counseling and assessments, first
aid, TB tests, blood pressure checks, free condoms, cholesterol testing,
personal counseling and physician care.
Oceanside, Building 3300: (760) 795-6685
San Elijo, Building 100: (760) 944-4449, ext. 7752
www.miracosta.edu/testing
See testing and matriculation information on page 98.
Transfer Center
Oceanside, Building 3700: (760) 795-6880
www.miracosta.edu/transfercenter
See transfer information on pages 12–13.
Help Desk—Computer Technical Assistance
Veterans Services
(760) 795-6655
www.miracosta.edu/studenthelp
studenthelp@miracosta.edu
Oceanside, Building 3300: (760) 757-2121, ext. 6285
Vets Lounge, Oceanside, Building 3000
www.miracosta.edu/veteransservices
The Student Help Desk provides “live” support for all campus computer
systems—SURF, Blackboard, Elluminate Live!, Wimba and more. The
Help Desk also provides assistance with online courses as well as online
chat, tutorials and FAQs. Hours are Monday–Friday 8 a.m.–4:30 p.m.
with extended hours during registration.
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The Veterans Services Office provides
assistance to veterans and their dependents who may be eligible for various
educational benefits. The Vets Lounge
provides a gathering place for study,
conversation and relaxation.
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Academic Programs & Services
MiraCosta College offers a variety of programs designed to make your studies challenging, interesting and relevant—
from honors to community service to studying abroad! If you need help in mastering a skill, understanding a concept or
achieving the grade you want, we have a variety of services staffed with helpful professionals and trained peers ready
to work with you in a group setting, one-on-one or online.
English as a Second Language (ESL)
Library & Information Hub
Mary Gross, Lead Instructor: (760) 7757-2121, ext. 6586
or mgross@miracosta.edu
www.miracosta.edu/ESL
Oceanside, Building 1200: (760) 795-6715
San Elijo, Building 100: (760) 634-7850
Library Hours: (760) 795-6716
library.miracosta.edu
MiraCosta’s credit program in English as a Second Language (ESL) prepares
students to read, write, speak and listen as a level needed for college success.
The program offers these services:
• Assessment to help you choose the right classes to meet your
individual needs
• Classes to prepare you with the skills you need for college-level courses
• The Tutoring & Academic Support Center and the Writing Center
offer workshops and tutoring to support your learning needs
• The Institute for International Perspectives provides support for
International Students studying in the U.S.
Honors Program
Honors Lounge, Oceanside Student Center, Building 3400
(760) 795-6878
www.miracosta.edu/honors
Honors courses are open to all students and provide intensive instruction
and challenging course work affording students an enriched educational
experience. Students may also apply for
the Honors Scholar Program, which offers
transfer benefits and scholarship opportunities. Honors courses are designated in
M I R A C O S T A the course listings with an “H.”
The MiraCosta College Library—what’s in it for you?
• Get resource help! Supportive and experienced librarians will work
with you to find the best information resources
• Use online databases for ebooks, periodicals and images covering
thousands of topics—available 24/7 with your SURF ID and password!
• Check out books, DVDs and CDs for course work and for enjoyment
• Build your research skillls with library credit courses and drop-in
workshops
Math Learning Center
Oceanside, Building 1200: (760) 757-2121, ext. 6398
San Elijo, Room 103: (760) 944-4449, ext. 7751
www.miracosta.edu/mlc
The Math Learning Center provides assistance to MiraCosta math students
through a variety of services including drop-in tutoring, help with homework
for individuals or groups, self-help materials such as video lectures, textbook
checkout (for use only in the MLC), and testing services. Trained staff are
available at both the Oceanside and San Elijo campus libraries. All services
are free of charge
Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society
Oceanside: (760) 757-2121 ext. 6895 or ext. 7792
www.miracosta.edu/ptk
Internship Program
Oceanside, Career Center, Building 3700: (760) 795-6772
www.miracosta.edu/careers
Want a job? Get experience. Need experience? Get an internship!
Internships allow students the opportunity to gain “hands-on” experience
in a field of interest. Through internships, students develop faculty-mentor
relationships, professional networks, and add significant experience to
their resumes.
To enroll in an internship studies class, you must have successfully
completed 6 units at MiraCosta, be currently enrolled in at least 3 units, and
have an up-to-date resume or an internship placement. The Career Center
offers resume workshops on campus and online and helps students find
internship placements. Visit the Career Center, call or visit online.
Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society was established more than 80 years ago to
acknowledge and promote the academic achievements of two-year college
students. Membership provides opportunities for students to nurture personal
growth in leadership and service. Membership benefits include the Phi Theta
Kappa diploma seal, the privilege of wearing the honors stole and tassel
at graduation, scholarship opportunities, and travel to various conferences
throughout the year. For transfer students, transcripts sent to senior institutions will have the Phi Theta Kappa stamp.
Puente Project
Oceanside, Building 3700: (760) 757-2121, ext 6296
www.miracosta.edu/puente
The Puente Project was originally created to increase the number of
Mexican-American/Latino students transferring to four-year colleges and
universities. It is now open to all students who want to succeed academically,
gain recognition as leaders, and graduate from four-year universities.
Puente is a year-long program that includes intensive writing instruction,
one-on-one work with a counselor to develop an educational plan, work with
community-based mentors, and cultural activities. Students enroll in designated sections of English 803 in the fall and English 100 in the spring.
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Academic Programs & Services
Scholarship Office
Tech Prep — Earn College Credit While in High School
Oceanside, Building 3000: (760) 795-6751
www.miracosta.edu/scholarships
Oceanside, Building 3700: (760) 757-2121, ext. 6578
www.miracosta.edu/techprep
The MiraCosta College Foundation and community organizations, businesses and individuals offer a variety of scholarships. Continuing MiraCosta
students, graduating high school seniors planning to attend MiraCosta,
and MiraCosta students transferring to a four-year college may apply.
Application deadlines are posted on the scholarship Web site.
The Tech Prep Program awards college credit to high school students who
earn an A or B in pre-approved career-related courses. More than 40 high
school courses have been approved in the following disciplines: accounting,
architecture, automotive technology, business administration, business office
technology, child development, design drafting technology, engineering,
horticulture, medical assisting, and nursing. To find out which high school
courses qualify and how to participate in the Tech Prep Program, call or
visit the Web site.
Service Learning Program
Oceanside, Building 3300: (760) 795-6616
www.miracosta.edu/servicelearning
Are you looking for ways to get involved
with the community? Have you wondered
how to apply classroom knowledge to the
real world? If so, service learning is for
you! Service learning partners academic
instruction with community service.
Students work with their instructors and
the Service Learning Center to find meaningful service opportunities that:
• Are course-relevant
• Meet community needs
• Provide structured time for students to reflect on their service as it
relates to course objectives through reading, writing and dialogue
• Instill an ethic of service and foster a commitment to civic participation
Study Abroad
MiraCosta College • Fall 2010
Get the help you need with your classes
when you need it—schedule an
appointment today at the Tutoring and
Academic Support Center. Services
include individual and group tutoring,
supplemental instruction, self-help
materials, and student success workshops
on a variety of subjects. All services are free of charge to MiraCosta
students. Make the grade with tutoring!
Work Experience Program
See detailed information on page 70.
Writing Center
See the world at MiraCosta College! Study abroad programs are offered
each semester through the college's Institute for International Perspectives.
Programs have included semesters or summer sessions in Spain, Italy,
England, France and Costa Rica. Participants take a full course load of
transfer-level courses choosing from a variety of disciplines while learning
about the culture and heritage of their host country.
For details, visit the Institute for International Perspectives Web site.
Oceanside Library, Building 1200: (760) 795-6682
San Elijo Library, Room 105: (760) 944-4449, ext. 7748
www.miracosta.edu/tutoring
Oceanside, Career Center, Building 3700: (760) 795-6772
www.miracosta.edu/careers
International Office, Room 3443
Oceanside Student Center, Building 3400
(760) 795-6897
www.miracosta.edu/iip
Programs for Fall 2010—Apply by June 18:
Barcelona, Spain: September 23–November 27, 2010
London, England: September 9–November 19, 2010
Tutoring & Academic Support Center
Oceanside Library, Building 1200: (760) 795-6682
San Elijo Library, Room 105: (760) 944-4449, ext. 7748
www.miracosta.edu/writingcenter
Are you a weak writer, hoping to improve your skills? Are you a good writer,
hoping to become a great writer? Are you just hoping to get your next paper
written? Then the Writing Center is the place for you! The Writing Center
offers assistance in all stages of the writing process, including brainstorming,
narrowing a topic, organizing, developing clarity and proofreading.
• Trained peer consultants
• Help with all types of papers—art critiques, lab reports, essays,
speeches, poetry, research, etc.
• Drop-in assistance
• On-to-one appointments
• All services are free of charge
www.miracosta.edu
(760) 757-2121
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Books & Supplies
Textbooks for fall classes will be available beginning August 2, 2010.
Textbooks for San Elijo classes are available only at that campus. Textbooks for
Oceanside or online classes are available
at the Oceanside Campus. All textbooks
may be purchased through efollett.com.
Acceptable payments are cash,
check with matching identification, debit and credit card. Per
the requirements issued by Visa, MasterCard, American
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Last day for textbook refunds is 1 week from date
of purchase or September 7 with proof of course
refund.
Your receipt is absolutely required without
exception.
Financial aid accounts and credit cards will be
credited on any returns.
All returns must be in the same condition as
purchased for a refund.
Receipt must be scanned for refunds, therefore
”absolutely required.”
Defective textbooks will be exchanged immediately
upon discovery, if possible.
All printed coursepacks are non-returnable.
Textbook Assistance. Textbooks are often more expensive than enrollment fees. To
help save money, students are encouraged to buy used books and participate in the book
buy-back program. If you need assistance to buy books, contact the Financial Aid Office
to see if you are eligible for financial aid, book grants or book loans.
All shrink-wrapped bundles are non-returnable
if the original wrapping is broken.
Refunds will be given up to 7 days after any
course is officially canceled.
Allow 3–7 business days on credit/debit refunds.
Last Day for refunds:
One week from purchase date. (Or until September 7 with
proof of “drop.”) Absolutely no refunds without receipt.
Open Fridays and Saturdays only as noted; closed Sundays and holidays.
Bookstore hours are subject to change.
Oceanside CAMPUS bookstore
Bldg. 3400 • (760) 795-6630
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San Elijo CAMPUS bookstore
Student Center • (760) 634-7830
August 2 – 13
Mon–Thurs......... 9 a.m.– 4 p.m.
August 2 – 13
Mon–Thurs.. . . . . . . . 9 a.m.– 3 p.m.
August 16 – 20
Mon–Thurs..... 8:30 a.m.–7 p.m.
Friday. ........... 8:30 a.m.– 4 p.m.
August 16 – 20
Mon–Thurs.. . . . . . . . 9 a.m.–7 p.m.
Friday. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 a.m.– 4 p.m.
August 23 – 28
Mon–Thurs..7:30 a.m.–7:30 p.m.
Friday. ........... 8:30 a.m.– 4 p.m.
Saturday. ........... 9 a.m.– 2 p.m.
August 23 – 28
Mon–Thurs.8:30 a.m.–7:30 p.m.
Friday. . . . . . . . . . . . 8:30 a.m.– 4 p.m.
Saturday. . . . . . . . . . . . 9 a.m.– 1 p.m.
Aug. 30 – Sept. 30 Mon–Thurs..... 7:30 a.m.–7 p.m.
Friday. ..... 8:30 a.m.– 12:30 p.m.
Aug. 30 – Sept. 30 Mon–Thurs.. . . . 8:30 a.m.–7 p.m.
Friday. . . . . . 8:30 a.m.– 12:30 p.m.
Oct. 1– Dec. 9
Mon–Thurs..... 7:30 a.m.–7 p.m.
December 13 – 17 Mon–Thurs..... 7:30 a.m.–7 p.m.
Friday. ..... 8:30 a.m.– 12:30 p.m.
Oct. 1– Dec. 9
Mon–Thurs.. . . . 8:30 a.m.– 2 p.m.
December 13 – 17 Mon–Thurs.. . . . 8:30 a.m.–7 p.m.
Friday. . . . . . 8:30 a.m.– 12:30 p.m.
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Facts About Selling Your
Used Books
For those titles ordered by the instructors for
the following semester, you may be paid up to
50% of the purchase price of the book. The number
of books bought back by the bookstore at 50% is
based on “need” to supply the following
semester’s classes.
Titles not purchased for the bookstore are
appraised from a wholesale catalog where the
value is 0% to 40% of retail prices. Textbooks
package-wrapped by publishers for student
savings may result in reduced buyback value.
Books classified as “old editions” or “out of print”
are of no value to the bookstore or wholesale
company.
Books are bought on a “supply and demand” basis.
Selling during the end of semester buyback period
(week of finals) insures the best opportunity to
receive the highest $ for your used books.
Most textbooks average a new edition every
two to three years. Technical books are updated
more often.
You do not need your receipt to sell your books.
However, you will be required to provide
identification.
All buybacks are final.
The bookstore reserves the right to refuse buyback
to anyone. Buyback is a service, not a right.
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Transfer Students
IGETC = Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum
IGETC is a guide to choosing your classes that can save you time and money—an even better guide is a MiraCosta College
counselor who will work with you to develop an education plan. Your personalized plan will include general education course
choices and the courses you’ll need to prepare for your major at your chosen university. In some cases, you can use one
course to count for two requirements—saving you time and money. These charts show the days and times IGETC classes
are offered—with your education plan, you can use the charts to build your class schedule for fall!
IGETC—Oceanside Campus
Area 1Area 2Area 3Area 4Area 5Area 6
Start
Time
English
Mathematical ConceptsArts & Social &
Physical &Language
Composition
& Quantitative Reasoning
Humanities
Behavioral Sciences
Biological SciencesOther Than English
Monday & Wednesday Classes
7:30–8 a.m.
ENGL 100
MATH 103
PHIL 101
HIST 110
ANTH 101
SPAN 101 (MTWTH)
ENGL 201
MATH 115
PLSC 102
BIO 101
SPAN 101
ENGL 202
PSYC 100
BIO 220 (WF)
SOC 101
CHEM 100
CHEM 108
CHEM 110
9–9:30 a.m.
ENGL 100
MATH 135
ART 258
ADM 100
BIO 101
ENGL 202
MATH 150
DRAM 106
ECON 101
CHEM 104
MATH 260
FILM 106
GEOG 104
OCEA 101
PSYC 104
HIST 104
HIST 111
SOC 104
LIT 120
PLSC 102
LIT 270
PSYC 100
PHIL 102
SOC 101 H H
11–11:30 a.m.
COMM 101
MATH 155
ART 259
CHLD 121 ASTR 101
ITAL 101
COMM 106
PSYC 104
HIST 103
ECON 102
BIO 170
SPAN 101
ENGL 100
SOC 104
LIT 250
HIST 110
BIO 204
ENGL 201
MUS 105
PSYC 101
GEOG 101
SPAN 201
PSYC 103
PHSN 101
ENGL 201
H H PSYC 121
SOC 103
12:30 p.m.
COMM 101
MATH 103
ART 260
ADM 105 BIO 100
MATH 125
COMM 215
ECON 101
CHEM 110
HIST 101
GEOL 101
H H
PSYC 101
SOC 105
1:30–2:30 p.m.
COMM 101
PSYC 104
ART 157
GEOG 102
CHEM 104
JAPN 101
ENGL 100
SOC 104
SPAN 202
HIST 100
PHYS 152
SPAN 101
ENGL 201
PLSC 102
ENGL 202
SOC 101
3:30–4:30 p.m.
COMM 101
MATH 115
PHIL 101
PLSC 103
ANTH 101
SPAN 101
ENGL 100
PSYC 104
PSYC 100
CHEM 100
ENGL 201
SOC 104
PSYC 101
5 p.m. or later
COMM 101
MATH 125
CHNS 201
SOC 101
BIO 101
GRMN 101
MATH 135
GRMN 201
CHEM 111
JAPN 101
MATH 150
SPAN 201
PHYS 151
SPAN 101
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Composition
Mathematical ConceptsArts & Social &
& Quantitative Reasoning
Humanities
Behavioral Sciences
Physical &Language
Biological SciencesOther Than English
Tuesday & Thursday Classes
7:30–8 a.m.
COMM 101
MATH 103
SPAN 201
ECON 100
BIO 101
ENGL 100
MATH 125
HIST 101
GEOG 101
ENGL 201
HIST 111
OCEA 101
ENGL 202
PLSC 102
PSYC 101
SOC 101
9–9:30 a.m.
COMM 106
ART 258
ANTH 102
BIO 102
ENGL 100
ASIA 105
COMM 120 CHEM 111
ENGL 201
DRAM 105
ECON 101
HIST 101
H H
PHIL 105
PLSC 102
OCEA 101
PLSC 150
PHYS 253
PSYC 100
SOC 101
11 a.m.
ENGL 100
ART 157
ADM 100
ANTH 101
H H
ENGL 202
DRAM 106
COMM 135
BIO 202
FILM 106
ECON 102
GEOL 101
HUMN 250
HIST 100
LIT 120
HIST 110
PHIL 221
PSYC 100
SOC 101
12:30 p.m.
COMM 101
ART 158
SOC 101
BIO 101
SOC 102
BIO 220
CHEM 104
1–2 p.m.
COMM 101
MATH 135
CHLD 121 (+ONLINE) BIO 105
ENGL 100
MATH 150
HIST 111
PHYS 151
ENGL 201
PSYC 104
PLSC 102
SOC 104
PSYC 100
PSYC 121 (+ONLINE)
3:15–4:30 p.m.
ENGL 100
MATH 103
PLSC 101
ENGL 201
MATH 125
PSYC 100
MATH 155
SOC 101
5 p.m. or later
COMM 101
BIO 180
ITAL 201
PSYC 101
BIO 220
ENGL 100
BTEC 180
JAPN 201
CHEM 110
MATH 103
OCEA 101
PHYS 111
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ITAL 101
SPAN 101
CHNS 101
SPAN 101
Transfer Students
IGETC—San Elijo Campus
Area 1Area 2Area 3Area 4Area 5Area 6
Start Time
English
Composition
Mathematical ConceptsArts & Social &
& Quantitative Reasoning
Humanities
Behavioral Sciences
Physical &Language
Biological SciencesOther Than English
Monday & Wednesday Classes
7:30–8 a.m.
COMM 101
ART 259
ANTH 102 H H
BIO 101
ENGL 101
ECON 101
ENGL 201
HIST 111
ANTH 101
9–9:30 a.m.
COMM 106
MATH 103
ART 260
H H
ENGL 100
MATH 125
PHIL 101
PLSC 101
ASTR 101
ENGL 201
PSYC 101
BIO 102
ENGL 202
BIO 202
OCEA 101
PHYS 253
11–11:30 a.m.
COMM 101
HIST 103
SOC 101
BIO 101
ENGL 100
OCEA 101
H H
ENGL 201
12:30–1 p.m.
COMM 106
MATH 115
LIT 120
ECON 100
BIO 100
PHIL 122
HIST 100
BIO 220
SPAN 201
GEOL 101
1:30–2 p.m.
COMM 101
PLSC 102
PHYS 151
ENGL 100
ENGL 201
3:30 p.m
ENGL 100
BIO 101
FREN 201
PSYC 100
CHEM 110
SPAN 201
5 p.m. or later
SPAN 101
FREN 101
SPAN 101
ITAL 101
SPAN 101
Tuesday & Thursday Classses
7:30–8 a.m.
ENGL 100
EART 106
PHYS 152
9–9:30 a.m.
ENGL 100
MATH 103
MUS 115
COMM 120
BIO 101
ECON 102
BIO 170
GEOG 104
OCEA 101
HIST 100 H H
SOC 101
11–11:30 a.m.
COMM 101
MATH 103
HUMN 201
CHLD 121
CHEM 108
ENGL 100
MATH 135
PHIL 102
ECON 100
CHEM 110
ENGL 201
MATH 150
HIST 110
GEOG 101
PSYC 104
PSYC 101
SOC 104
PSYC 121
12:30–1 p.m.
PSYC 104
COMM 215
ECON 102
ASTR 101
SOC 104
LIT 260
HIST 101
PSYC 260
PHIL 101
SOC 102
1:30–2:30 p.m.
COMM 101
MATH 155
DRAM 106
ADM 100
ANTH 101
ENGL 100
MATH 260
FILM 106
HIST 111
ENGL 202
PLSC 102
PSYC 100
3:30–4 p.m.
ENGL 100
PSYC 101
ENGL 201
4:30–4:45 p.m.
MATH 103
GEOG 101
MATH 115
5 p.m. or later
ENGL 100
MATH 103
SPAN 101
SPAN 101
SPAN 101
JAPN 101
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Composition
Mathematical ConceptsArts & Social &
& Quantitative Reasoning
Humanities
Behavioral Sciences
Physical &Language
Biological SciencesOther Than English
Evening Classes—6 p.m. or Later
Monday—OC
ENGL 100
ART 157
GEOG 104
ASTR 101
ENGL 201
DNCE 105
HIST 109
ASTR 101L
BIO 101L
Monday—SAN
ECON 102
BIO 101
BIO 101L
OCEA 101
Tuesday—OC
COMM 106
PLSC 102
LIT 120
ADM 100
ANTH 101L
ENGL 100
PSYC 104
ANTH 102
BIO 101
ENGL 202
SOC 104
ECON 101
HIST 111
HIST 165
PSYC 103
SOC 103
Tuesday—SAN
COMM 101
HIST 110
ASTR 101
PLSC 101
SOC 101
Wednesday—OC
COMM 101
ART 254
HIST 110
ASTR 101L
ENGL 100
DNCE 101
BIO 101L
HIST 104
CHEM 108
PHIL 122
GEOG 101L
MUS 105 (+ONLINE)
Wednesday—SAN ENGL 100
FILM 101
PSYC 100
BIO 101
ECON 100
ANTH 101
Thursday—OC
COMM 101
FILM 101
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ENGL 100
HUMN 101
HIST 100
BIO 101
ENGL 201
HIST 101
PSYC 101
SOC 101
Thursday—SAN
COMM 101
ART 157
PLSC 102
ANTH 101L
ENGL 201
Online Classes
ENGL 100
MATH 103
MATH 115
MATH 125
MATH 135
PSYC 104
SOC 104
ART 157
ANTH 102
ANTH 101
ART 259
COMM 120
BIO 103
COMM 215
ECON 100
BIO 105
DNCE 100
ECON 101
BIO 172
DNCE 101
GEOG 104
CHEM 108
DNCE 105
GERO 101
EART 106
DRAM 105
HIST 100
EART 106
DRAM 120
HIST 101
GEOG 101
FILM 101
HIST 105
GEOL 101
HIST 103
HIST 109
GEOL 101L
HIST 104
HIST 110
GEOL 120
MUS 105
HIST 111
OCEA 101
MUS 113
HIST 116
PHSN 106
MUS 114
PSYC 100
MUS 115
PSYC 101
MUS 116
SOC 101
MUS 119
PHIL 101
PHIL 122
SPAN 201
SPAN 203
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Mathematical ConceptsArts & Social &
& Quantitative Reasoning
Humanities
Behavioral Sciences
Physical &Language
Biological SciencesOther Than English
One-Day-Per-Week Classes
Monday—OC
GEOL 101L
Monday—SAN
OCEA 101L
Tuesday—OC
FILM 101
BIO 101L
MUS 119
CHEM 102
OCEA 101L
Tuesday—SAN
BIO 101L
GEOG 101L
Wednesday—OC
HIST 111
Wednesday—SAN
OCEA 101L
Thursday—OC
MUS 114
BIO 101L
CHEM 100
OCEA 101L
Thursday—SAN
FILM 101
BIO 101L
Friday—OC
COMM 101
FILM 110
ADM 100
ANTH 101
ENGL 100
PHIL 101
ANTH 102
BIO 101
ENGL 201
PLSC 102
BIO 101L
PSYC 101
BIO 220
CHEM 108
OCEA 101L
Friday—SAN
ENGL 100
ART 157
CHEM 100
Saturday—OC
ENGL 100
SOC 101
BIO 101
ENGL 201
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Additional Policies
Equal Opportunity Policy/Disability
Accommodation. MiraCosta College is committed to providing equal education and employment opportunities to all persons regardless of,
but not limited to, race, color, religion, national
origin, gender, marital or parental status, disability,
age, sexual orientation or status as a Vietnam-era
veteran.
Limited English-speaking students who are
otherwise eligible will not be excluded from any
vocational education program.
Students or community members with verified
disabilities are entitled to appropriate accommodation. In compliance with Section 504 of the
Rehabilitation Act of 1974, MiraCosta College has
designated Connie Wilbur, DSPS Director, as its
Section 504 coordinator. A variety of alternative
formats and services are readily available; others
may require additional time to provide. Prospective and enrolled students who need disability
accommodations should contact Disabled Students
Programs and Services at (760) 795-6658.
The campus ADA (Americans with Disabilities
Act) coordinator is Joe Mazza. Members of the
public who seek accommodations for other than
instructional or student services activities should
contact Joe Mazza at (760) 795-6866.
If you need information about the grievance
procedure to resolve complaints of discrimination,
including sexual harassment, contact Sheri Wright,
the college Title IX coordinator, at the Oceanside
Campus Human Resources Office, (760) 795-6865.
Igualdad de oportunidades/servicios
y ayuda para personas discapacitadas.
El Colegio de MiraCosta se compromete a proporcionar igualdad de oportunidades en la educación
y en el empleo a todas las personas sin establecer
límites en cuanto a raza, religión, país de origen,
sexo, estado civil o familiar, capacidad física, edad,
orientación sexual, o situacíon como veterano de la
guerra de Vietnam.
Los estudiantes que tienen derecho a entrar a
un programa de educación vocacional no pueden
ser excluidos debido a limitaciones en su inglés.
Dando cumplimiento con a la Ley de Rehabilitación de 1974, el Colegio MiraCosta ha nombrado
a Connie Wilbur, como su coordinadora de la Sección 504 de dicha ley. Está disponible una variedad
de adaptaciones alternativas; otras adaptaciones pueden requerir tiempo adicional para que puedan ser
proporcionadas. Para obtener mayor información
específica, comuníquese a la Oficina de Programas
y Servicios para Estudiantes Incapacitados al
(760) 795-6658.
Miembros de la comunidad con incapacidades
comprobadas que desean asistencia al asistir a
actividades ademas de clases, tienen derecho a las
adaptaciones correspondientes. Communiquese
con el coordinador de ADA, Joe Mazza al
(760) 795-6866.
Si necesita información respecto a los procedimientos para la resolución de quejas relacionadas
con asuntos de discriminación, incluyendo el acoso
sexual, comuníquese con la Oficina de Recursos
Humanos del campus de Oceanside, al teléfono
(760) 795­-6865.
Open Class Policy. It is the policy of MiraCosta
College that, unless specifically exempted by
statute, every course section or class shall be fully
open to enrollment and participation by any person
who has been admitted to the college and who
meets such requisites as may be established.
Limited English-speaking students who are
otherwise eligible will not be excluded from any
vocational education program.
Los estudiantes que están calificados para
entrar en el programa de educación vocacional no
pueden ser excluidos debido a su inglés limitado.
Equal Employment Opportunity Policy.
The MiraCosta Community College District is
committed to the principles of equal employment
opportunity and will implement a comprehensive
program to put those principles into practice. The
District is committed to a continuing good faith
effort to ensure that all qualified applicants for employment and employees have full and equal access
to employment opportunity, and are not subjected
to discrimination in any program or activity of the
district on the basis of accent, age, ancestry, citizenship status, color, disability, economic status, ethnic
group identification, gender, marital status, medical
condition, national origin, parental status, race,
religion, sexual orientation, veteran status, or on the
basis of these perceived characteristics, or based
on association with a person or group with one or
more of these actual or perceived characteristics.
The district will strive to achieve a workforce that
is welcoming to men, women, persons with disabilities, and individuals from all ethnic and other
groups to ensure the district provides an inclusive
educational and employment environment. Such
an environment fosters cooperation, acceptance,
democracy and free expression of ideas. An Equal
Employment Opportunity Plan will be maintained
to ensure the implementation of equal employment
opportunity principles that conform to federal and
state laws.
Family Educational Rights & Privacy
Act of 1974 (FERPA). All student records of
MiraCosta College are kept in accordance with the
provisions of the Family Educational Rights and
Privacy Act.
A student may request access to those campus
records which personally identify the student; the
student may challenge the accuracy of the record
or the appropriateness of its retention in the college records. Regardless of age, student consent is
needed for the release of records covered by the act
to outside parties except for those agencies entitled
to access under the provisions of the act (e.g., college officials; other schools; federal, educational
and auditing officers; and requestors in connection
with the application or receipt of financial aid).
These provisions apply to records received and
used after November 19, 1974.
Amendments to the act permit the college to
release what is called “directory information,”
provided that the student or former student has
not specifically asked the college to refrain from
releasing such information. Check with the Admissions and Records Office for specific directory
information and notification of student rights.
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If you wish directory information not to be
released without your prior written consent, please
indicate on the college application or send a signed
request to the Admissions and Records Office,
Sta. 10A, MiraCosta College, 1 Barnard Drive,
Oceanside CA 92056.
Student Right-to-Know Rates. In compliance with the Student-Right-to-Know and Campus
Security Act of 1990 (Public Law 101-542), it is
the policy of the MiraCosta Community College
District to make available its completion and transfer rates to all current and prospective students.
Beginning in fall 2005, a cohort of all certificate-,
degree-, and transfer-seeking first-time, full-time
students were tracked over a three-year period.
Their completion and transfer rates are listed
below. These rates do not represent the success
rates of the entire student population at MiraCosta
College, nor do they account for student outcomes
occurring after this three-year tracking period.
Based upon the cohort defined above, 28.98
percent attained a certificate or degree or became
“transfer prepared” during a three year period,
from fall 2005 to spring 2008. Students who are
“transfer prepared” have completed 56 transferable
units with a GPA of 2.0 or better.
Based on the cohort defined above, 19.68
percent transferred to another postsecondary institution (UC, CSU, or another California community
college) prior to attaining a degree, certificate, or
becoming “transfer-prepared” during a five-semester period, from spring 2006 to spring 2008.
Selective Service—Important Notice
For Male Students. Federal law requires men
18 through 25 years of age to be registered with the
Selective Service System (SSS). The law applies
to male citizens and immigrant aliens, but not to
foreign students who hold valid student visas. Men
must be registered before they can receive federal
or state financial aid for school, including loans and
grants. Registration forms are available at any
U.S. Post Office or online at www.sss.gov.
Federal Tax Credit. In accordance with federal
tax credit legislation, MiraCosta College will post
the 1098T form online in SURF at Payment &
Account Information/view 1098T. If you do not
grant consent to use the form online, it will be
mailed to your current address by the end of
January. Information will also be reported to the
IRS. If you did not provide your correct Social
Security number to the Admissions and Records
Office, complete a change of information form
to ensure accurate reporting to the IRS. Please
check with your tax preparer to determine if you
are eligible to take advantage of this credit and the
amount you may deduct.
Smoking & Drug Use. MiraCosta College
allows smoking in designated smoking areas only
and imposes sanctions against the use of illegal
drugs. Designated smoking areas are clearly
marked with signs posted at each campus; the
campus maps in this schedule show where these
areas are located.
(760) 757-2121
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Locations
Campus Safety
Reported Crimes: 2007– 2009
Everyone wants to feel safe and secure.
And MiraCosta College’s Campus Police
do all they can to make sure you are.
By looking at the statistics on the right,
you’ll see that crime is low at MiraCosta.
Nonetheless, Campus Police are visible
and accessible. Day or night, if for any
reason you would feel safer being escorted
to and from your car, all you need to do is
call Campus Police. The phone number and
hours for this service are listed below.
(760) 795-6640
Reported in accordance with the Uniform Crime Reporting Procedures and the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of
Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act. A copy of this report is also available online at
www.miracosta.edu/studentservices/campuspolice. For a more comprehensive list of daily crime activity,
please visit any District Police and Safety Department during operating hours and ask to view the daily crime
log. This incident log is updated regularly and includes information on ALL reported crimes that occur on
district property. Contact District Police & Safety for more information.
Total crimes reported for:
OC
SAN
CLC
Non-Campus
Locations
Public
Property
Totals
Offense Type (Including attempts) ‘07 ‘08 ‘09 ‘07 ‘08 ‘09 ‘07 ‘08 ‘09 ‘07 ‘08 ‘09 ‘07 ‘08 ‘09 ‘07 ‘08 ‘09
Murder
Manslaughter
Forcible sex offenses
Non-forcible sex offenses
Robbery
Aggravated Assault
Burglary
Arson
Stolen vehicles
0
0
0
0
0
0
9
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
3
0
0
1
0
1
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
3
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
12
0
1
Crimes listed above or other crimes of bodily injury classified as hate crimes, listed by category of prejudice.
Race
Gender
Religion
Sexual Orientation
Ethnicity
Disability
Oceanside Campus:
Monday–Friday 7 a.m.–11 p.m.
Saturday 7 a.m.–3 p.m.
San Elijo Campus:
Monday–Friday 8 a.m.–10 p.m.
Saturday 8 a.m.–4 p.m.
0
0
0
0
0
2
5
0
3
0
0
1
0
1
1
3
0
2
There were no reported hate crimes for the years 2007, 2008, or 2009.
Arrests/referrals reported for:
Offense Type (Including attempts) ‘07 ‘08 ‘09 ‘07 ‘08 ‘09 ‘07 ‘08 ‘09 ‘07 ‘08 ‘09 ‘07 ‘08 ‘09 ‘07 ‘08 ‘09
Liquor Law Violations
Community Learning Center:
Monday–Thursday 7 a.m.–10 p.m.
Friday 7 a.m.–3 p.m., Saturday 7 a.m.–2 p.m.
Referral
Arrest
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
1
Referral
Arrest
0
2
0
6
0
3
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
2
1
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
4
0
8
1
5
Referral
Arrest
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
3
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
4
Drug Law Violations
Weapons Violations
MiraCosta College campuses include buildings and property owned or controlled by the college within the same contiguous geographic area and used in direct support of the college’s educational or institutional purposes.
Non-campus locations include buildings or property owned or controlled by the college and used in direct support of educational purposes, used frequently by students, but are not within the same contiguous geographic area
as the campus. Public property includes city thoroughfares, streets, sidewalks and parking facilities that are within or immediately adjacent to any of the college campuses.
Class Locations
OC MiraCosta College, Oceanside Campus
(760) 757-2121
1 Barnard Drive, Oceanside, CA 92056
SAN MiraCosta College, San Elijo Campus
(760) 944-4449
3333 Manchester Avenue, Cardiff, CA 92007
CLC MiraCosta Community Learning Center
(760) 795-8710
1831 Mission Avenue, Oceanside, CA 92058
Off-Campus Addresses
FROGS
Frogs Fitness at Encinitas
(760) 942-3000
780 Garden View Court, Encinitas, CA 92024
KAIS
Kaiser Permanente Health Care
(619) 641-2070
10990 San Diego Mission Road, San Diego, CA 92108
LEGO
LEGOLAND
(760) 918-5346
1 LEGOLAND Drive, Carlsbad, CA 92008
OHS
Oceanside High School
(760) 722-8201
1 Pirates Cove Way, Oceanside, CA 92054
TCMC
Tri-City Medical Center
(760) 724-8411
4002 Vista Way, Oceanside, CA 92056
USNH
Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton
(760) 725-7200
Bldg. #520450, Camp Pendleton, CA 92055
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MiraCosta College • Fall 2010
College Monthly Pass
It’s the ticket at $44 a month!
Introducing the College Monthly Pass
Associated Student Government, MiraCosta College and North County Transit
District have teamed up to save you money. Your College Pass is good for
unlimited riding each month on all NCTD BREEZE buses, the SPRINTER and
FAST services. It also provides a discount on the COASTER rail service to
San Diego and a free transfer to most San Diego MTS buses.
Save lots Only $44 a month: That’s $15 off a BREEZE/SPRINTER pass,
a 30% discount. If you go to school 10 times a month by the BREEZE/SPRINTER,
you’ve made your money back. And that’s just two weeks of riding back and
forth to class. Plus you save time avoiding parking hassles and car expenses!
Available after the 25th of the month at the Student Accounts Office
at MiraCosta College’s Oceanside Campus, San Elijo campus and the
Community Learning Center. One hundred fifty passes are available on a
first-come, first-served basis.
Eligibility MiraCosta students with a current student ID card at any campus
site enrolled in two classes, credit or noncredit; or students attending English as
a Second Language (ESL) classes three or more times a week.
www.miracosta.edu
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Water
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2200
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Concert
Hall
4400
FOUNTAIN
1200
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LOT-2B
CLOCK
TOWER
4300
LOT-4D Staff
T400
4700
Student
Center
T110 T100
LOT-3A
Admissions 3300
& Records
3601
Track
4200
4500
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Cafeteria/
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Art Gallery
4100
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Admissions & Records ..................................................... 3300
Art...................................................................2100, 2200, 2300
Art Gallery ........................................................................ 3400
Associate Faculty Office................................................... 4606
Associated Students ........................................................ 3400
Athletics ........................................................................... 5200
Automotive Technology .................................................... 4000
Biotechnology .................................................................. 4050
Bookstore ......................................................................... 3400
Business Development..................................................... 1000
Business Services ............................................................ 1000
Cafeteria........................................................................... 3400
Cal WORKs ....................................................................... 3000
Campus Police...................................................................1100
Career Center ................................................................... 3700
Child Development Center ................................................ 8000
Community Services......................................................... 1000
Computer/Business Department ...................................... 4800
Concert Hall...................................................................... 2400
Counseling........................................................................ 3700
Dance Studio .................................................................... 5100
Disabled Students Services.............................................. 3000
Enrollment Information ..................................................... 3300
EOPS................................................................................. 3000
Facilities Department........................................................ 4200
Financial Aid/Scholarships............................................... 3000
Gymnasium....................................................................... 5000
Health Services ................................................................ 3300
Horticulture ...................................................................... 7000
Human Resources ............................................................ 1000
Institutional Research ...................................................... 1000
Instructional Services ...................................................... 4700
International Students ...................................................... 3400
Library & Information Hub ................................................ 1200
Lost & Found......................................................................1100
Math Learning Center....................................................... 1200
Music....................................................................... 2200, 2300
Nursing/Allied Health ..............................................T420, 4400
Parking Permits .................................................................1100
President, Office of the..................................................... 1000
Printing Services .............................................................. 3400
Proctoring Center ............................................................. 3300
Public Information Office.................................................. 1000
Purchasing ....................................................................... T600
School Relations/Diversity Recruit. .................................. 3400
Service Learning .............................................................. 3300
Shipping/Receiving........................................................... 6100
Student Accounts............................................................. 3200
Student Activities ............................................................. 3400
Student Center ................................................................. 3400
Student Employment Services.......................................... 3700
Tech Prep ......................................................................... 3700
Testing Office.................................................................... 3300
Theatre ............................................................................. 2000
Little Theatre .................................................................... 3601
Transfer Center................................................................. 3700
Tutoring ............................................................................ 1200
Veterans Services ............................................................ 3300
Wellness Center ............................................................... 4100
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1 Barnard Drive, Oceanside, CA 92056 • (760) 757-2121
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5000
Gym
PEDESTRIAN
BRIDGE
1000
Admin
5200
Community
Services/
Driver Education
Soccer
Field
LOT-1C
Staff
Baseball
Field
BLAYNEY
TOWER
2100
LOT-1B
Tennis Courts
2000
Theatre
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RN
1100
LOT-2A
LOT-1A
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Parking Permits/Police
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Vending Machine
Disabled Parking
Bus Stop
MiraCosta College • San Elijo Campus
Telephone
3333 Manchester Avenue, Cardiff, CA 92007 • (760) 944-4449
ATM
Restrooms
Bike Rack
Emergency Call Box
600
Designated Smoking Area
(No smoking permitted on campus
except in these areas.)
SAN ELIJO CAMPUS BUILDING # DIRECTORY
Facilities
500
Bookstore
Student
Center
300
Administration/Student Information
Admissions & Records
Community Services
Counseling
Dean, San Elijo Campus
Instructional Services
Student Accounts
400
AMPHITHEATER
Admin/
Student Info
200
100
Library/
Information
Hub
To South
El Camino Real
Computer Labs, Library, Math Learning Center,
Testing, Tutoring, Writing Center .........................................100
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Parking Lot
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Amphitheater, Art Studios, Classrooms,
Multipurpose Room, Piano Lab............................................200
COLL
Parking Lot
Student Center
Associate Dean of Student Services
Bookstore
Cafeteria
Health Services
Meeting Rooms
Student Activities
Student Services Office
Classrooms, Faculty Offices, Science Labs .........................400
Parking Kiosk/Police
Classrooms, Faculty Offices, Language Lab ........................500
Classrooms, Faculty Offices ................................................600
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1 Barnard Drive
Oceanside, CA 92056
MiraCosta
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To Riverside
To Los Angeles
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Located just north of Highway 78 off College Boulevard;
121-acre hilltop campus with coastal and mountain views.
San Elijo Campus • (760) 944-4449
3333 Manchester Avenue, Cardiff, CA 92007
COLLEGE BLVD.
OCEANSIDE BLVD.
1 Barnard Drive, Oceanside, CA 92056
DEL MAR
SAN DIEGO
Community Learning Center • (760) 795-8710
1831 Mission Avenue, Oceanside, CA 92058
One mile east of I-5; home to MiraCosta’s tuition-free
noncredit program.
Outside the 760 area code, call us toll-free: 1-888-201-8480.
www.miracosta.edu
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