CLASS SCHEDULE Spring 2020 - www.sbcc.edu/ExtendedLearning - Santa Barbara City College

 
CLASS SCHEDULE Spring 2020 - www.sbcc.edu/ExtendedLearning - Santa Barbara City College
Spring 2020

CLASS SCHEDULE
CLASSES START: January 13

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CLASS SCHEDULE Spring 2020 - www.sbcc.edu/ExtendedLearning - Santa Barbara City College
Off the Roller Coaster, and
                                          Back to School
                                           the Adult High School/GED                   and be able to go to SBCC. So I
                                           Program at the School of Extended           enrolled in Adult High School,
                                           Learning.                                   and it was the best thing I could
                                                                                       have done.
                                           “As a kid, school was my escape
                                           from problems at home, but with             Although some days, life can
                                           constant change in my living                still feel like a roller coaster (Jenkins
                                           situation and finances, it was a            also has nine younger siblings that
Kyijanay’s determination                   struggle to focus on school and I           she helps her mother care for),
and commitment were                        dropped out in eighth grade.”               she says that getting her GED
apparent from the moment                                                               has already changed her life.
she started.                               After other attempts to finish, she
                                           dropped out for good to support             As a student speaker at the Adult
                                           herself and her family.                     High School graduation, Kyijanay
Despite working two jobs,                                                              shared something that kept her
and helping her mother                     Later, living in Santa Barbara,             going even when she was tired and
with her nine younger                      working two jobs, homeless and              overwhelmed, “My brother often
                                           living in her car, Kyijanay heard           says we all have the same 24 hours
siblings, she finished her                                                             in a day. So it’s up to you what you
                                           about the SBCC Promise. She was
GED in one semester.                       inspired, and determined to succeed         do with them. Keep striving to be
                                           this time around.                           the best version of yourself.”

“My journey to get my GED was              “I found the Extended Learning              “I wanted my brother to have
kind of like a roller coaster,” says       Program and just fell in love. I            someone he looked up to and was
Kyijanay Jenkins, who recently             wanted to get my GED fast, so I             proud of; but the truth is, I was
completed her certificate through          could qualify for the Promise grant         proud of myself.”

    fStop Warrior Project
    grads exhibit their photos
    at Wake Campus
    Veterans have found a new option at SBCC
    School of Extended Learning. Working in                     Pictured from L to R: Guadalupe Cazares, Bryan Chaney,
    cooperation with fStop Foundation, the School               Matthew  Nancarrow, Mark Zimmermann, Rob Robinson,
    of Extended Learning has launched an exciting              Terence  Ford - Instructor, Stefan Landfried, Darian Merino
    new program in Digital Photography. Created
    and taught by Terence Ford, founder of the fStop Foundation, offered the first 12 week session this past
    summer. A second session of the digital photography class began this fall comprised of veterans who
    served in the military from 2001 and beyond. Students in the class are selected from a group of peers
    with a common experience in the military. Their camaraderie provides support and encouragement using
    equipment to document each assignment. With cameras and a color printer generously donated by Canon
    Corporation, students use these resources to create challenging images that are displayed in a variety
    of formats. Learning a new skill is just part of the overall goal of the class, which provides support and
    connection to social services while helping each student become an active community participant.
CLASS SCHEDULE Spring 2020 - www.sbcc.edu/ExtendedLearning - Santa Barbara City College
CONTENTS

                                                                                                     CONTENTS
                                            GENERAL INFORMATION                                                                      Allied Health............................................................19
                                            Tuition-Free Application and Registration......2                                         Communication......................................................20
                                            Tuition-Free Application........................................3                        Computer Applications and                                                        .
                                            Registration Worksheet.........................................4                             Office Management.......................................20
                                            Fee-Based Registration.........................................5                         Computer Information Systems......................24
        Dr. Melissa V. Moreno               General Information................................................6                     Construction Technology...................................24
            Vice President                    • Admission...................................................................6        Disability Services.................................................24
       mvmoreno1@pipeline.sbcc.edu            • Student Support Services...................................6                         Drafting/CAD..........................................................25
                                              • Community Education Center...........................7                               Emergency Medical..............................................25
            Jeanette Chian                                                                                                           Environmental Horticulture...............................25
                                              • Disability Services and
           Associate Director                                                                                                        Graphic Design.......................................................26
                                                Programs for Students (DSPS)..........................7
      Career Skills, Vitality Program                                                                                                Library........................................................................26
                                              • Class Schedule is Subject to Change.............7
      jchianbrooks@pipeline.sbcc.edu                                                                                                 Multimedia...............................................................26
                                              • Applying and Registering for                                                         Personal Development........................................27
            Andrew Harper                       Tuition-Free Classes..............................................7                  Photography............................................................27
              Interim Dean                    • About the Schedule................................................7                  Professional Development................................27
 Health & Safety, Older Adults, Parenting   Program Descriptions.............................................8
        agharper@pipeline.sbcc.edu
                                                                                                                                     ENGLISH AS A SECOND
                                              • Adult High School (AHS) Program..................8
                                                                                                                                     LANGUAGE (ESL)
                                              • General Education Development (GED)                                              .
               Ken Harris                                                                                                            English as a Second Language........................31
                                                Program......................................................................8
           Associate Director                                                                                                        English as a Second Language -
                                              • Bilingual (GED)........................................................8
                                                                                                                                      Vocational...............................................................35
Fee-Based Life Enhancement, Older Adults      • Career Skills Institute (CSI).................................8
        keharris1@pipeline.sbcc.edu
                                              • English as a Second Language (ESL)............8                                      HEALTH AND SAFETY
                                              • Noncredit ESL New Student Assessment .                                               Health and Safety..................................................36
            Claudia Johnson
                                                Dates...........................................................................9
                Director                                                                                                             HOME ECONOMICS
                                              • Fee-Based Life Enhancement...........................9
             Dual Enrollment                                                                                                         Home Economics..................................................38
                                              • Health and Safety....................................................9
       cljohnson10@pipeline.sbcc.edu
                                              • Home Economics....................................................9                  OLDER ADULTS
            Jose Martinez                     • Older Adults...............................................................9         Creative Art..............................................................39
              Coordinator                     • Parenting....................................................................9       Creative English.....................................................51
        Adult High School/GED                 • Vitality Program........................................................9            Creative Music........................................................52
      Community Education Center                                                                                                     Creative Theatre....................................................54
        martinezj@pipeline.sbcc.edu         ADULT HIGH SCHOOL (AHS)                                                                  Self-Management.................................................54
                                            GED, BILINGUAL GED
             Sachiko Oates                  Adult High School Biology.................................10                             PARENTING
               Coordinator                  Adult High School Computer                                                               Parent-Child Workshops....................................57
                                             Applications and Office Management..........11                                          Parenting Skills.......................................................58
  English as a Second Language (ESL)
         sooates@pipeline.sbcc.edu          Adult High School Earth Science....................11
                                            Adult High School Economics.........................12                                   FEE-BASED LIFE ENHANCEMENT
                                            Adult High School English.................................12                             Cooking.....................................................................61
              Corlei Prieto
                                            Adult High School Health Education.............13                                        Culture........................................................................... 63
               Coordinator
                                            Adult High School History.................................14                             Do-It-Yourself...........................................................63
        Adult Education Program                                                                                                      Fitness........................................................................... 66
                                            Adult High School Mathematics......................14
        cnprieto@pipeline.sbcc.edu
                                            Adult High School                                                                        Languages................................................................70
                                             Personal Development.....................................15                             Recreation................................................................... 71
                                            Adult High School Political Science..............15                                      Special Topics.........................................................71
      @SBCCExtLearning
                                            Adult High School Visual Design....................16                                    Spirituality.................................................................71
                                            Adult High School World History....................16
      @SBCCExtendedLearning                 General Education Development....................16                                      GENERAL INFORMATION
                                            General Education Development -                                                          Directory of Locations.........................................74
      SBCCSchoolofExtendedLearning           Bilingual..................................................................17           Index of Classes by Category...........................75
                                                                                                                                     Schott Campus Map.............................................79
      @SBCCExtendedLearning                 CAREER SKILLS INSTITUTE (CSI)                                                            Wake Campus Map...............................................80
                                            Accounting...............................................................19

                                                                                   SBCC School of Extended Learning • SPRING 2020 1
CLASS SCHEDULE Spring 2020 - www.sbcc.edu/ExtendedLearning - Santa Barbara City College
TUITION-FREE APPLICATION AND REGISTRATION

                 Apply and Register for TUITION-FREE CLASSES
               IMPORTANT NOTE TO STUDENTS: As a tuition-free student, you must first apply to become a
           Santa Barbara City College “Noncredit” student, and then register for classes. If you have been registered
    as a “Noncredit” tuition-free student within the last four (4) months, you can proceed straight to the registration process.

                      Tuition-Free Registration Begins December 10
                      TWO EASY WAYS TO APPLY AND REGISTER
ONLINE                                                                  IN-PERSON
Go to sbcc.edu/extendedlearning/apply-reg.php                           Students may register in-person at either campus.
CLICK TO APPLY/REGISTER FOR TUITION-FREE CLASSES                        Locations
                                                                        Schott Campus Main Office
                                                                        310 W. Padre St., Room 8
                                                                        Santa Barbara, CA 93105
                                                                        Wake Campus Main Office
Carefully read the instructions.                                        300 N. Turnpike Rd., Room 34B
If you are currently enrolled in a “tuition-free” course or completed   Santa Barbara, CA 93111
a “tuition-free” course within the last four (4)months you do not
                                                                        Schott and Wake Office Hours
need to complete the application and may proceed directly to course
registration beginning December 10 at 8 a.m.                            M–R *: 8 a.m. – 6:45 p.m.
                                                                        F: 8 a.m. – 4:15 p.m.
You can apply online now for Spring 2020, courses. Course
                                                                        S and SAT: 8:30 a.m. – 12:15 p.m.
registration starts on December 10, 2019 at 8 a.m.
                                                                        * R indicates Thursday
Once you apply you will be immediately prompted to look up
your username and create a password to log into your campus             Complete and submit the paper application and registration form
Pipeline account. Once logged in, on or after 8 a.m. on December        available at the Main Office of both Wake and Schott campuses
10, you may proceed to registration.                                    and as shown on the next page. Application and registration
                                                                        forms are only accepted during open registration, starting
A detailed guide along with self-help videos to assist                  December 10, 2019, at 8 a.m. Only original forms signed by the
with the online process available at                                    student are accepted. The office will not process paper forms
sbcc.edu/extendedlearning/apply-reg.php                                 received by mail, fax or email.
                                                                        COURSE REGISTRATION IS BASED ON SEAT AVAILABILITY.

               ATTENTION CERAMICS STUDENTS (CRAO NC823, NC851, NC853, NC862, NC888, NC896)

    Staggered and limited registration: Ceramics opens Friday,          JANUARY 13, 2020
    December 13 at 9:00 a.m. at which time students can                 Students can follow our “add process” to obtain a seat for
    register online or in person at either Wake or Schott campus.       those sections that are full, at the sole discretion of the
    Please read carefully:                                              instructor. In order to add a class that is full, the student
                                                                        must: (1) be present in the class they are adding; (2) obtain
    DECEMBER 13, 2019 AT 9:00 AM                                        the instructor’s permission and signature on the registration
    Registration opens for all Ceramics courses. Students are           form during class time; (3) bring the signed form to the main
    limited to two seats per Ceramics course (one during                office in person at Wake or Schott campus to complete the
    weeks 1-8 and one during weeks 9-16). Students may enroll           process.
    online, or in person at either Wake or Schott Campus.
                                                                        NOTE: Instructors cannot authorize adding a class prior
    JANUARY 6, 2020
                                                                        to the first meeting. Instructors cannot add a student
    Registration opens for all remaining seats in the Ceramics
                                                                        that is not present.
    courses. Students interested in adding seats at that time
    may do so only in person at Wake or Schott campus.                  For registration questions, please call (805) 683-8200.

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TUITION-FREE APPLICATION

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REGISTRATION WORKSHEET

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CLASS SCHEDULE Spring 2020 - www.sbcc.edu/ExtendedLearning - Santa Barbara City College
FEE-BASED REGISTRATION

                              Register for FEE-BASED CLASSES
 IMPORTANT NOTE TO STUDENTS: As a new fee-based student, you must first create a student profile to become a
                       Santa Barbara City College “Fee-Based” student and then register for classes.

                      Fee-Based Registration Begins December 12
                           TWO EASY WAYS TO REGISTER

ONLINE                                                                IN-PERSON
Go to sbcc.edu/extendedlearning/apply-reg.php                        Students may register in-person at either campus.
CLICK TO REGISTER FOR FEE-BASED CLASSES
                                                                     Locations
                                                                     Schott Campus Main Office
                                                                     310 W. Padre St., Room 8
                                                                     Santa Barbara, CA 93105
                                                                     Wake Campus Main Office
                                                                     300 N. Turnpike Rd., Room 34B
                                                                     Santa Barbara, CA 93111
Be sure to have created a student profile and be logged-in
before registering for a class.                                      Schott and Wake Office Hours
                                                                     M–R *: 8 a.m. – 6:45 p.m.
                                                                     F: 8 a.m. – 4:15 p.m.
                                                                     S and SAT: 8:30 a.m. – 12:15 p.m
                                                                     * R indicates Thursday

                                                                     Complete and submit the registration form available at the Main
                                                                     Office of both Wake and Schott Campuses. Registration forms
                                                                     are only accepted during open registration, starting December
                                                                     12, 2019, at 8 a.m. Only original forms signed by the student are
                                                                     accepted. The office will not process paper forms received by
                                                                     mail, fax or email.

                                 COURSE REGISTRATION IS BASED ON SEAT AVAILABILITY.

  CLASS FEES                                                         REFUND AND TRANSFER POLICY
  Class fees include Tuition fees (average $7 per hour),             Read the Refund and Transfer policy pertaining to your class
  Materials fees to cover items used in class or taken home, and     here: https://sbcc.augusoft.net
  Lab fees to cover specialized instruction costs.
                                                                     Complete a “School of Extended Learning Refund & Transfer
  REGISTRATION FEE                                                   Form” at the Schott or Wake campus Main Office. You can
  The “Registration Fee” is a nonrefundable enrollment               also submit the form online.
  processing fee. Without regard to the number of classes
  enrolled in, students pay this fee only once per semester no       CANCELLATION
  matter how many classes. Note: This fee cannot be refunded         The minimum enrollment for fee-based classes is five (5)
  even if a class is cancelled for whatever reason.                  students, with the exception of classes with lab fees. If a
                                                                     class does not meet the enrollment anticipated by the
  FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE                                               instructor, the instructor has discretion to cancel. In the event
  Tuition assistance is available for fee-based classes.             a class is canceled, the student will receive a full refund or
  Call (805) 683-8200 for more information.                          apply the fees to another class.

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GENERAL INFORMATION
                                                                             d. Minor students may not attend class until they have
                                                                                completed and submitted all the required paperwork.
                                                                             e. Paperwork is required of each student for every term in
                                                                                which the minor student enrolls.
                                                                             f. Adult students, 18 and older, will be given registration
                                                                                priority.

                                                                       STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES
                                                                       Provides assistance to students wanting to achieve their educa-
                                                                       tion and career goals.

                                                                       Location and Hours
                                                                       Schott Campus, Room 2 or call (805) 898-8121 or
                                                                       (805) 898-8123
                                                                       MTR*: 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
                                                                       W: 8:30 a.m. – 6:30 p.m. (Closed Noon – 1:30 p.m.)
                                                                       F: 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
                                                                       (Hours subject to change without notice)
                                                                       *R indicates Thursday
ADMISSION
All classes are open to persons age 18 or over, unless other-          Hours Between Semesters
wise noted, or who are not enrolled in a secondary school.             M–R*: 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. (Closed Wed., Noon – 1:30 p.m.)
Those under 18 who have a high school diploma are also                 F: 9:00 a.m. – 1 p.m.
eligible. Exceptions to the age 18 or older eligibility requirement    *R indicates Thursday
can be made for a student who submits a “Minor Enrollment
Request Form.” (See “Procedures for Enrollment of Minors in            Services Include
Noncredit Classes” below.)                                             Career Counseling
                                                                       Academic Advising
Applications for this semester must be submitted by any student
                                                                       Assessment Testing
who was not enrolled at SBCC for the prior semester.
                                                                       Orientation to Extended Learning Programs
Procedures for Enrollment of Minors                                     • Learn how to read the Schedule of Classes, plan your class
SBCC allows high school students in grade 9 (age 14) to enroll            and create an ESL academic plan.
in tuition-free classes if they follow specific registration and        • Learn how to move from one ESL level to the next.
enrollment procedures:                                                  • Learn about Extended Learning Student Support Services.
  1. Any student age 17 or under who attempts enrollment in
      tuition-free classes will be prompted to contact the Student     Servicios también están disponibles en español
      Support Services office at the Schott Campus for informa-          • Aprenderá como planear su horario de clases y como
      tion on how to proceed in order to register.                         inscribirse.
      No student will be permitted to enroll in tuition-free classes     • Aprenderá como cambiarse de un nivel de inglés al
      if they are under the age of 14.                                     siguiente.
  2. If space in the class is available, students 14 to 17 will be       • Se informará acerca de los servicios de apoyo para los
      registered but must follow these procedures:                         estudiantes del colegio.
      a. Obtain and complete a Minor Enrollment Request Form           Transfer Assistance to SBCC Credit Programs
          from the Information and Registration office at either the   Referral to Community Resources
          Schott Campus, Wake Campus or from the instructor.           Scholarships
      b. The form must be completed and signed by a high                • Small grants are available.
          school administrator, parents/guardians, tuition-free
          class instructor and an administrator of the Extended
          Learning Programs.                                                                   Schott and Wake Campuses
      c. The completed form, along with the Registration form,
          must be returned to the Student Support Services office
                                                                                         Fee-Based Registration
                                                                                               Begins December 12, 2019
          at the Schott Campus or the Information and Regis-
          tration office at the Schott Campus or Wake Campus.                  Fee-based classes at the end of the schedule.
          Completed forms can also be given to an instructor.

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GENERAL INFORMATION
                                                                                              TITLE
COMMUNITY EDUCATION CENTER                                             Applying to SBCC
Assists hundreds of people every year with their United States         Go to www.sbcc.edu/apply, or obtain a paper application in
Citizenship process. The center also provides basic immigration        English or Spanish, available at the Wake and Schott campuses.
services and can make referrals.                                       A supplemental application is required for the Medical Assistant
                                                                       Training Certificate, the Restorative Nurse Assistant Certificate
Location and Hours                                                     and the Personal Care Attendant Training Certificate. Students
Wake Campus, Room 22                                                   interested in those programs must meet with a Student Support
M-R*: 11 a.m. – 7 p.m. • F: 11 a.m. – 6 p.m.                           Services Program adviser to complete the supplemental form.
Student drop-ins welcome                                               Call Student Support Services at (805) 898-8160 to make an
*R indicates Thursday                                                  appointment.

                                                                       Late Adds
DISABILITY SERVICES AND PROGRAMS                                       A student may enroll in a class after it has begun if: (1) space
FOR STUDENTS (DSPS)                                                    is available; (2) the instructor permits the late enrollment; and
Accommodations for Disability                                          (3) the student completes the online application for admission
For information about disability services and/or requesting            and full registration procedure. See your instructor.
disability based accommodations, including an alternate format
                                                                       Dropping a Class
of this Class Schedule, go to www.sbcc.edu/dsps.
                                                                       Students who decide not to attend class must drop themselves
Location                                                               from the class before it starts. To drop, log on to pipeline.sbcc.
Main Campus                                                            edu, select “Registration” and then select “Register, Add or
Student Services Building , Room 160 (SS-160)                          Drop Classes.” Follow the instructions on the Add/Drop Classes
(805) 730-4164 or dspshelp@sbcc.edu                                    page for dropping a class. To drop a class after it starts, go to
                                                                       the Information and Registration office at the Schott or Wake
                                                                       campuses.
CLASS SCHEDULE
IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE                                                   ABOUT THE SCHEDULE
SBCC School of Extended Learning reserves the right to cancel          • CRN: “Course Reference Number” is used to register in a
classes, change times or locations, and change instructors               specific, tuition-free noncredit class.
when necessary. In the event of a discrepancy between the              • DAYS: “R” stands for Thursday.
printed and online versions of our schedule,                                    SAT indicates Saturday classes.
information shown online prevails.
                                                                       • EVE: EVE indicates evening classes.
SBCC is proud to be a Tobacco Free and Smoke Free Campus.              • ID: “ID number” is used to register for a specific Fee-based
                                                                         Life Enhancement class.
                                                                       • LOCATION: For complete location names and addresses,
APPLYING AND REGISTERING
                                                                         see page 74 “Directory of Locations.”
FOR TUITION-FREE CLASSES
Go to www.sbcc.edu/ExtendedLearning and click
“Apply & Register.”

Registration
After you have completed your application, log on to your SBCC
Pipeline account to register for classes. If you are a continuing
student, log on to pipeline.sbcc.edu to register.

Online registration is available approximately two weeks to one
month before classes start. Class registration is on a first-come,
first-served basis, and no visitors or auditors are allowed. If a
class is full, students are encouraged to show up to the first
class meeting in case of no-shows. A student who does not
attend the first meeting of a class may be dropped. If any seats
are unclaimed on the first day of a class, walk-in students may
then register.

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PROGRAM DESCRIPTIONS

Program Descriptions                                                 • Tenemos computadoras, libros y pruebas de práctica
                                                                     • No importa su nivel académico; los instructores le proporciona-
                                                                       rán un plan de estudios para que trabaje a su propio ritmo
ADULT HIGH SCHOOL (AHS) PROGRAM                                      • Las clases del GED también están disponibles en inglés
The Adult High School Diploma Program is designed for adults
who want to earn their high school diploma. Students meet with      Instructores
an advisor to create an individualized learning plan, and work      Araceli Ponce and Karla Uribe
one-on-one with faculty and in small groups with other students.
We offer student support services such as transcript analysis;      Lugares y Horario
assessment, orientation, and registration support; and academic      Schott Campus
advising/counseling and career counseling.                           310 W. Padre St., salón 29, Santa Barbara, CA 93105
 • Individualized and small group instruction                        9 a.m. — Noon • martes, y jueves, salón 29
 • Work at your own pace
                                                                     Wake Campus
 • Start at any time; hours are flexible
                                                                     300 N. Turnpike Rd., salón 19, Santa Barbara, CA 93111
 • Classes are free
                                                                     9 – Noon • martes, miércoles y viernes, salón 21
Instructors                                                          5 – 8 p.m. • lunes, miércoles y jueves, salón 21
Bridget Harrington, Claudia Johnson, Dave Mathers-Winn,              La Cumbre Jr. High School
Patricia Mautone and Mariah Messer                                   2255 Modoc Rd., Santa Barbara, CA 93101
                                                                     5 — 7 p.m. • martes, miércoles y jueves, biblioteca
Locations and Class Hours
(Hours subject to change without notice.) *R indicates Thursday     (El programa está sujeto a cambios sin previo aviso.)
 Schott Campus                       Wake Campus
 310 W. Padre St., Rm 16             300 N. Turnpike Rd., Rm 19     CAREER SKILLS INSTITUTE
 Santa Barbara, CA 93105             Santa Barbara, CA 93111        Offers training to adults re-entering the workforce and to any
 MTW: 9 a.m. — 8 p.m.                M: 9 a.m. — Noon               student interested in up-skilling in the areas of business, tech-
 R*F: 9 a.m. – Noon                  TWR*: 9 a.m. — 1 p.m.          nology and design. Short courses are offered each week. We
                                                                    partner with employers in the community to complement their
GENERAL EDUCATION DEVELOPMENT                                       own employee training programs. In addition, we are a proud
(GED®) PROGRAM                                                      partner with the Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s Department,
                                                                    offering skills training to inmates in the local jail. For more infor-
Locations and class hours: same as AHS Program                      mation, contact Jeanette Chian at
Exam Preparation Program                                            jchianbrooks@pipeline.sbcc.edu, (805) 683-8289.
GED exam preparation classes are designed for students who
are 18 years of age or older and wish to earn a high school         ENGLISH AS A
equivalency certificate. Students are given instruction in the
basic skills needed, and have the opportunity to take practice
                                                                    SECOND LANGUAGE (ESL)
tests that will help them successfully complete all GED or Bilin-   English as a Second Language (ESL) program empowers stu-
gual GED exams.                                                     dents with no prior education to pursue pathways to careers or
One-on-one help from instructors in all subjects                    credit transfer. Tuition-free courses are offered at both Wake and
  • Tips for improving your GED test-taking skills                  Schott campuses, and also at numerous locations throughout our
  • Study materials and practice tests                              community between Goleta and Carpinteria. Courses are offered
  • All levels are welcome; work at your own pace                   year round, both during the day and in the evening. ESL classes
  • Flexible hours; start any time                                  provide a wide variety of educational options needed to the learn
  • Classes are free                                                English. Students can develop skills necessary to be able to train
                                                                    for new job skills, or transition to college-level courses. Our
BILINGUAL – (GED)                                                   experienced instructors appreciate ethnic diversity, and culti-
                                                                    vate multicultural exchanges in the classrooms. The tuition-free
Prepárese para los exámenes GED                                     program invites students who may have never been to school,
 •   Horarios flexibles                                             or who may have some high school level education or less. For
 •   Las clases son gratis                                          more information, call (805) 683-8233 or visit www.sbcc.edu/
 •   Contamos con cuidado de niños en La Cumbre Jr. High School     extendedlearning/esl.php.
 •   Los instructores le dan orientación personalizada en todas
     las materias para presentar los exámenes del GED

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PROGRAM DESCRIPTIONS
                                                                                             TITLE
NONCREDIT ESL NEW STUDENT
ASSESSMENT DATES                                                              18 NEW! COURSES
Spring I
 Monday, January 6 - Thursday, January 16                                          18 new courses in the Fee-Based
Spring II                                                                  Life Enhancement program. Denoted with a NEW!
 Monday, March 2 - Thursday, March 12
Assessments by appointment available after the above dates.               SAMPLE:
Call (805) 683-8233 for more information.                                 NEW! How to Use Your Dreams for Healing
Registration Deadline for ESL core classes:                               We dream every night. Dreams are part of everyone’s night experience.
                                                                          Through dreams we are able to connect to our vast reservoir of lifetime
Spring I Saturday, February 1                                             experience of thought, feeling, action and aspiration. Our dream life is
Spring II Saturday, April 4 - Open-Entry/Exit classes are also            also a well-spring of healing insight, energy and inspiration. In this class
available-Join us anytime.                                                you will learn about the dream sleep, how to remember dreams and
                                                                          interpret them. Join the discussion of dream incubation for healing and
For more information, call (805) 683-8233 or visit                        guidance.
https://www.sbcc.edu/extendedlearning/esl.php
                                                                          608704LE
Open-Entry/Exit classes are also available-Join us anytime.
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                                                                                            S • 10:00am - Noon • $19
FEE-BASED LIFE ENHANCEMENT
Classes provide flexible, community-centered alternatives to
the tuition-free noncredit classes. Classes cover topics that offer     OLDER ADULTS
enriching experiences in cooking, culture, languages, fitness,          Courses for Older Adults are offered tuition-free to commu-
recreation, and spirituality. For more information, contact Ken         nity members and offer a wide variety of topics taught by skilled
Harris at keharris1@sbcc.edu, (805) 898-8140.                           professionals in each subject. Our classes are specifically designed
                                                                        for adults age 55 and over, and offer a welcoming and engaging
Fee-based classes are denoted with a       .                            environment for students of all levels. Students develop mental
                                                                        acuity and physical dexterity while learning and honing new skills
HEALTH AND SAFETY                                                       in a variety of topics. For more information, contact Ken Harris at
                                                                        keharris1@pipeline.sbcc.edu, (805) 898-8140, or Andy Harper at
Courses focus on lifelong education to promote health, safety
                                                                        agharper@pipeline.sbcc.edu, (805) 898-8138.
and the well-being of individuals, families and communities.
Health and Safety topics include nutrition, alternative medicine,
naturopathy and pain management. For more information,                  PARENTING
contact Andy Harper at agharper@sbcc.edu, (805) 898-8138.               The Parenting Program offers parents of pre-kindergarten
                                                                        age children classes in two different supportive environments:
HOME ECONOMICS                                                          “Parenting Skills” classes teach skills to parents of three-
                                                                        month old infants to five-year olds in age-specific groups, and
These tuition-free courses are designed to offer lifelong edu-          parents attend class with their children. In the “Parent Child
cation to enhance the quality of home, family and community             Workshops,” parents must register for both a weekly morning
life for students of all levels. Coursework focuses on family and       lab section with their child and also a weekly evening lecture.
consumer science and the value of homemaking. This area of              Children in classes at the Parent Child Workshops are aged 2.5
instruction provides educational opportunities in family studies        to 5 years. For more information, contact
and gerontology, fashion, textiles, interior design and mer-            Andy Harper at agharper@pipeline.sbcc.edu, (805) 898-8138.
chandising. Students develop applicable skills in home-based
subjects through hands-on projects and exercises. For more
information, contact Ken Harris at keharris1@sbcc.edu,                  VITALITY PROGRAM
(805) 898-8140.                                                         The Vitality Program offers 50+ classes per week for adults who
                                                                        live in independent, assisted and memory care facilities. Classes

      Mind &
OLDER ADULTS                  Supermind                                 engage the mind and enhance social connection. We are proud
                                                                        to partner with 13 locations in our community. Adult children
        April 20, 2020 7.30 - 9.30 p.m.                                 are also invited to participate in these classes with their parents.
                                                                        (NOTE: These classes are not included in this schedule.)
      ID# 23321 | $20 | Wake Campus Auditorium                          For more information, contact Jeanette Chian at
                                                                        jchianbrooks@pipeline.sbcc.edu, (805) 683-8289.

                                                                      SBCC School of Extended Learning • SPRING 2020 9
ADULT HS/GED

                  Adult High School
                                                                                                 ADULT HIGH SCHOOL MEETING TIMES
                                                                                                 Students may attend classes at te Schott Campus or Wake
                                                                                                 Campus during the folloing times:
                                                                                                 Schott Campus - 310 W. Padre Street, Room 16
                                                                                                 MTW: 9 a.m. - 8 p.m.
                                                                                                 RF*: 9 a.m. - Noon.
                                                                                                 Wake Campus - 310 N. Turnpike, Room 19
                                                                                                 M: 9 a.m. - Noon
                                                                                                 TWR*: 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.
                                                                                                 Instructors: Bridget Harrington, Claudia Johnson,
                                                                                                 Dave Mathers-Winn, Tricia Mautone and Maria Messer
                                                                                                 R: Indicates Thursday

               Adult High School                                                                   Oceanography
                                                                                                   This course covers the basics of oceanography, beginning with oceans,
                                                                                                   marine geological formations, currents and waves. Animal and plant life

               (AHS)                                                                               in the ocean is also covered with a discussion of ecological concerns and
                                                                                                   pollution. Additionally, the student is expected to explore a current scientific
                                                                                                   issue related to the course. Evaluation takes the form of tests based on
                                                                                                   presented material.

               All classes in ESL and AHS are tuition-free. In                                     HSBI 020                                                         Credit Hours: 5

               accordance with State and Federal Law, no fees shall                                CRN 62704 ❯	Staff • 1/13 - 5/9 • SCHOTT-16
                                                                                                                Open Lab: MTWRF
               be charged for classes in English, citizenship, or adult
                                                                                                   		Staff • 1/13 - 5/9 • WAKE-19
               basic skills.                                                                          Open Lab: MTWR

               Adult High School Biology                                                           Biology
                                                                                                   This competency-based survey course will introduce students to the basic
                                                                                                   concepts necessary to understand the diversity and complexity of life on
               Marine Biology                                                                      earth. Topics covered include the scientific method, the chemistry of living
               This text-based course will teach students about marine organisms, marine           things, cell structure and function, genetics and heredity, evolution and
               habitats, and global marine issues. This course will teach students about           adaptation, unicellular and multicellular organisms, human biology, and
               the characteristics of marine organisms as well as their role in their unique       ecology. Text books will be supplemented with interactive, multimedia
               environments. This course will utilize scientific resources structured to give      and software assignments. Evaluation takes the form of regular student-
               students a hands-on experience without having to leave the classroom. This          instructor conferencing, quizzes and a final exam.
               course will address state science standards, state environmental principles,
                                                                                                   HSBI 030                                                        Credit Hours: 10
               and state writing standards. Evaluation takes the form of review questions,
               critical thinking essays and examinations.                                          CRN 62706 ❯	Staff • 1/13 - 5/9 • SCHOTT-16
                                                                                                                Open Lab: MTWRF
               HSBI 010                                                        Credit Hours: 5
                                                                                                   		Staff • 1/13 - 5/9 • WAKE-19
               CRN 62702 ❯	Staff • 1/13 - 5/9 • SCHOTT-16                                            Open Lab: MTWR
                            Open Lab: MTWRF
               		Staff • 1/13 - 5/9 • WAKE-19
                  Open Lab: MTWR

               10 ADULT HIGH SCHOOL/GED • www.sbcc.edu/ExtendedLearning
HS/GED
                                                                                                                                                                          HS/GED
Adult High School Computer                                                        Learning Skills: Excel

                                                                                                                                                                      ADULT
                                                                                  Using Professor Teaches Software Tutorials, this competency-based
Applications and Office

                                                                                                                                                                    ADULT
                                                                                  course promotes an understanding of the skills necessary to take full
                                                                                  advantage of Microsoft Office Excel. Topics covered include designing and
Management                                                                        managing spreadsheets, using spreadsheets to manage data, and creating
                                                                                  charts, graphs, formulas and functions. Software based quizzes, instructor
                                                                                  conferencing and individualized final projects will measure skill mastery. This
Learning Skills: PowerPoint                                                       course is offered under Individualized Instruction and is open only to those
                                                                                  seeking to complete a high school diploma in the SBCC Adult High School
Using Professor Teaches Software Tutorials, this competency-based course
                                                                                  (AHS) program.
promotes an understanding of the skills necessary to take full advantage
of Microsoft Office PowerPoint. Topics covered include formatting and             HSCA 040                                                        Credit Hours: 2
designing slides, creating and presenting slideshow presentations, and using
templates, sound effects and images. Software based quizzes, instructor           CRN 64506 ❯	Staff • 1/13 - 5/9 • SCHOTT-16
conferencing and individualized final projects will measure skill mastery. This                Open Lab: MTWRF
course is offered under Individualized Instruction and is open only to those      		Staff • 1/13 - 5/9 • WAKE-19
seeking to complete a high school diploma in the SBCC Adult High School              Open Lab: MTWR
(AHS) program.
HSCA 010                                                        Credit Hours: 2   Learning Skills: Word Basics
CRN 64505 ❯	Staff • 1/13 - 5/9 • SCHOTT-16                                       Using Professor Teaches Software Tutorials, this competency-based course
             Open Lab: MTWRF                                                      promotes an understanding of the skills necessary to take full advantage
		Staff • 1/13 - 5/9 • WAKE-19                                                   of Microsoft Office Word. Topics covered include document formatting
   Open Lab: MTWR                                                                 and editing, creating tables and templates and collaborating on the
                                                                                  production of documents. Software based quizzes, instructor conferencing
                                                                                  and individualized final projects will measure skill mastery. This course is
Learning Skills: Access                                                           offered under Individualized Instruction and is open only to those seeking
                                                                                  to complete a high school diploma in the SBCC Adult High School (AHS)
Using Professor Teaches Software Tutorials, this competency-based course
                                                                                  program.
promotes an understanding of the skills necessary to take full advantage of
Microsoft Office Access. Topics covered include designing and managing            HSCA 050                                                        Credit Hours: 2
databases, using macros and queries to manage data, designing forms
and creating reports. Software based quizzes, instructor conferencing             CRN 64507 ❯	Staff • 1/13 - 5/9 • SCHOTT-16
and individualized final projects will measure skill mastery. This course is                   Open Lab: MTWRF
offered under Individualized Instruction and is open only to those seeking        		Staff • 1/13 - 5/9 • WAKE-19
to complete a high school diploma in the SBCC Adult High School (AHS)                Open Lab: MTWR
program.
HSCA 020                                                        Credit Hours: 2

CRN 62709 ❯	Staff • 1/13 - 5/9 • SCHOTT-16
                                                                                  Adult High School Earth Science
             Open Lab: MTWRF
		Staff • 1/13 - 5/9 • WAKE-19                                                   Earth Science
   Open Lab: MTWR                                                                 This competency-based survey course in Earth science systematically covers
                                                                                  the study of the solid Earth, its waters, atmosphere, and Earth’s place in the
                                                                                  solar system. In geology, students will study the origin, history and structure
Learning Skills: Outlook                                                          of Earth and the processes that shape its surface. In oceanography, students
Using Professor Teaches Software Tutorials, this competency-based course          will learn about the characteristics and dynamics of the Earth’s oceans and
promotes an understanding of the skills necessary to take full advantage of       other waters. The section on meteorology will cover the atmosphere and its
Microsoft Office Outlook. Topics covered include designing and managing           changing conditions, including weather and climate. The astronomy section
personal calendars and schedules, using and maintaining inboxes and               studies the motions of our planet and objects outside of Earth. In relation to
contacts, and scheduling tasks. Software based quizzes, instructor                the other branches of Earth science, students will also study ecology.
conferencing and individualized final projects will measure skill mastery. This
                                                                                  HSEA 010                                                      Credit Hours: 10
course is offered under Individualized Instruction and is open only to those
seeking to complete a high school diploma in the SBCC Adult High School           CRN 64508 ❯	Staff • 1/13 - 5/9 • SCHOTT-16
(AHS) program.                                                                                 Open Lab: MTWRF
HSCA 030                                                        Credit Hours: 2   		Staff • 1/13 - 5/9 • WAKE-19
                                                                                     Open Lab: MTWR
CRN 62717 ❯	Staff • 1/13 - 5/9 • SCHOTT-16
             Open Lab: MTWRF
		Staff • 1/13 - 5/9 • WAKE-19
   Open Lab: MTWR

                                                                               SBCC School of Extended Learning • SPRING 2020 11
ADULT HS/GED

                                                                                               Reading and Composition 1A
                                                                                               This literature-based course will teach students how to compose sentences
                                                                                               and well-developed paragraphs by using the same writing tools as the
                                                                                               renowned authors of the stories in the text. The introduction of literature
                                                                                               will assist students in developing reading and critical thinking skills and
                                                                                               serve as a model of good writing. The course includes a review of language
                                                                                               mechanics and grammar. It utilizes processes known to enhance writing
                                                                                               success, stressing self-editing and regular teacher conferencing. Evaluation
                                                                                               takes the form of writing portfolio assessment by the instructor and reviews
                                                                                               based on material presented.
                                                                                               HSEN 001A                                                      Credit Hours: 5

                                                                                               CRN 64510 ❯	Staff • 1/13 - 5/9 • SCHOTT-16
                                                                                                            Open Lab: MTWRF
                                                                                               		Staff • 1/13 - 5/9 • WAKE-19
                                                                                                  Open Lab: MTWR

                                                                                               Reading and Composition 1B
               Adult High School Economics                                                     This literature-based course will teach students how to compose sentences
                                                                                               and well-developed paragraphs. The introduction of literature will assist
                                                                                               students in developing reading and critical thinking skills and serve as a
               Economics                                                                       model of good writing. The course includes a review of language mechanics
               This competency-based course stresses conceptual knowledge of                   and grammar. It utilizes processes known to enhance writing success,
               capitalism and the free enterprise system. Brief comparisons are made to        stressing self-editing and regular teacher conferencing. Evaluation takes the
               other economic systems. Topics also include banking, government, industry       form of writing portfolio assessment by the instructor and reviews based on
               and trade. Unit quizzes provide the teacher and student feedback about          material presented.
               the student’s progress. At the end of each unit, the student will also write
                                                                                               HSEN 001B                                                      Credit Hours: 5
               a short essay on issues-oriented topics. Post-tests for the assessment of
               competency are required.                                                        CRN 62725 ❯	Staff • 1/13 - 5/9 • SCHOTT-16
                                                                                                            Open Lab: MTWRF
               HSEC 010                                                      Credit Hours: 5
                                                                                               		Staff • 1/13 - 5/9 • WAKE-19
               CRN 64509 ❯	Staff • 1/13 - 5/9 • SCHOTT-16                                        Open Lab: MTWR
                            Open Lab: MTWRF
               		Staff • 1/13 - 5/9 • WAKE-19
                  Open Lab: MTWR                                                               Reading and Composition 2
                                                                                               This literature based course will teach students how to compose sentences
                                                                                               and well-developed paragraphs by using the same writing tools as the
               Adult High School English                                                       renowned authors of the stories in the text. The introduction of literature
                                                                                               will assist students in developing reading and critical thinking skills and
                                                                                               serve as a model of good writing. The course includes a review of language
               Reading and Composition 1                                                       mechanics and grammar. It utilizes processes known to enhance writing
                                                                                               success, including self-editing and teacher conferencing. Evaluation takes
               This literature-based course will teach students how to compose sentences
                                                                                               the form of writing assessment by the instructor and tests based on material
               and well-developed paragraphs by using the same writing tools as the
                                                                                               presented.
               renowned authors of the stories in the text. The introduction of literature
               will assist students in developing reading and critical thinking skills and     HSEN 002                                                     Credit Hours: 10
               serve as a model of good writing. The course includes a review of language
               mechanics and grammar. It utilizes processes known to enhance writing           CRN 64511 ❯	Staff • 1/13 - 5/9 • SCHOTT-16
                                                                                                            Open Lab: MTWRF
               success, including self-editing and teacher conferencing. Evaluation takes
               the form of writing assessment by the instructor and tests based on material    		Staff • 1/13 - 5/9 • WAKE-19
               presented.                                                                         Open Lab: MTWR

               HSEN 001                                                     Credit Hours: 10

               CRN 64530 ❯	Staff • 1/13 - 5/9 • SCHOTT-16
                            Open Lab: MTWRF
               		Staff • 1/13 - 5/9 • WAKE-19
                  Open Lab: MTWR

               12 ADULT HIGH SCHOOL/GED • www.sbcc.edu/ExtendedLearning
HS/GED
                                                                                                                                                                                  HS/GED
Reading and Composition 2A                                                           Reading and Composition 3A

                                                                                                                                                                              ADULT
This literature-based course will teach students how to incorporate                  This literature-based course will teach students how to compose sentences

                                                                                                                                                                            ADULT
sentences and well-developed paragraphs into 3-paragraph essays by using             and well-developed paragraphs by using the same writing tools as the
the same writing tools as the renowned authors of the stories in the text. The       renowned authors of the stories in the text. The introduction of literature
introduction of literature will assist students in developing reading and critical   will assist students in developing reading and critical thinking skills and
thinking skills and serve as a model to inspire student writing. The course          serve as a model of good writing. The course includes a review of language
includes a review of language mechanics and grammar. It utilizes processes           mechanics and grammar. It utilizes processes known to enhance writing
known to enhance writing success, stressing self-editing and regular teacher         success, including self-editing and teacher conferencing. Evaluation takes
conferencing. Evaluation takes the form of writing portfolio assessment by           the form of writing assessment by the instructor and tests based on material
the instructor and unit reviews based on material presented.                         presented.
HSEN 002A                                                         Credit Hours: 5    HSEN 003A                                                            Credit Hours: 5

CRN 64512 ❯	Staff • 1/13 - 5/9 • SCHOTT-16                                          CRN 64515 ❯	Staff • 1/13 - 5/9 • SCHOTT-16
             Open Lab: MTWRF                                                                      Open Lab: MTWRF
		Staff • 1/13 - 5/9 • WAKE-19                                                      		Staff • 1/13 - 5/9 • WAKE-19
   Open Lab: MTWR                                                                       Open Lab: MTWR

Reading and Composition 2B                                                           Reading and Composition 3B
This literature-based course will develop students’ ability to incorporate           This literature-based course will teach students how to compose sentences
sentences and well-developed paragraphs into 3-paragraph essays                      and well-developed paragraphs by using the same writing tools as the
demonstrating critical thought and basic literary analysis. The introduction         renowned authors of the stories in the text. The introduction of literature
of literature will assist students in developing reading and critical thinking       will assist students in developing reading and critical thinking skills and
skills and serve as a model of good writing. The course utilizes processes           serve as a model of good writing. The course includes a review of language
known to enhance writing success, stressing self-editing and regular teacher         mechanics and grammar. It utilizes processes known to enhance writing
conferencing. Evaluation takes the form of writing portfolio assessment by           success, including self-editing and teacher conferencing. Evaluation takes
the instructor and reviews based on material presented.                              the form of writing assessment by the instructor and tests based on material
                                                                                     presented.
HSEN 002B                                                         Credit Hours: 5
                                                                                     HSEN 003B                                                            Credit Hours: 5
CRN 64513 ❯	Staff • 1/13 - 5/9 • SCHOTT-16
             Open Lab: MTWRF                                                         CRN 64516 ❯	Staff • 1/13 - 5/9 • SCHOTT-16
		Staff • 1/13 - 5/9 • WAKE-19                                                                   Open Lab: MTWRF
   Open Lab: MTWR                                                                    		Staff • 1/13 - 5/9 • WAKE-19
                                                                                        Open Lab: MTWR

Reading and Composition 3
This literature-based course will teach students how to compose sentences
and well-developed paragraphs by using the same writing tools as the
                                                                                     Adult High School Health
renowned authors of the stories in the text. The introduction of literature
will assist students in developing reading and critical thinking skills and
                                                                                     Education
serve as a model of good writing. The course includes a review of language
mechanics and grammar. It utilizes processes known to enhance writing                Health
success, including self-editing and teacher conferencing. Evaluation takes
                                                                                     This course cover the following topics: nutrition for health and weight
the form of writing assessment by the instructor and tests based on material
                                                                                     control; the roles of sleep, rest, and exercise in health; first aid; abuse of licit
presented.
                                                                                     and illicit drugs; diseases and their prevention; and pollution and health.
HSEN 003                                                        Credit Hours: 10     Students are evaluated on the basis of their responses to unit quizzes and
                                                                                     Internet search projects.
CRN 64514 ❯	Staff • 1/13 - 5/9 • SCHOTT-16
             Open Lab: MTWRF                                                         HSHE 010                                                             Credit Hours: 5
		Staff • 1/13 - 5/9 • WAKE-19                                                      CRN 62732 ❯	Staff • 1/13 - 5/9 • SCHOTT-16
   Open Lab: MTWR                                                                                 Open Lab: MTWRF
                                                                                     		Staff • 1/13 - 5/9 • WAKE-19
                                                                                        Open Lab: MTWR

                                                                                 SBCC School of Extended Learning • SPRING 2020 13
ADULT HS/GED

               Adult High School History                                                        Mathematics B: Fractions, Decimals, Percent
                                                                                                This competency-based course review computation and problem solving
                                                                                                skills with decimals, fractions, and percents. Geometry (perimeter, area,
               American History: Part 1                                                         volume), estimation, problem-solving strategies, like skills and workplace
               This competency-based course is the first half of a comprehensive survey         math are included. Pretest for accurate placement and prescription, and
               of United States history. The course covers the political, social, cultural,     post-tests for measurement of mastery are utilized. When taken in sequence
               and economic history of the US. It begins with an overview of the history        with Mathematics A and Algebra or Geometry, this course prepares students
               of the American indigenous population before the arrival of European             for passing the Adult High School competency tests, the GED math test, and
               explorers, continuing through the colonization period. Focus is placed on        success in high school mathematics and in applying math to everyday like
               the development of democratic ideals and institutions. The course continues      and work problems.
               with a history of Africans in America, their culture and contributions. Issues   HSMA 020                                                         Credit Hours: 5
               and events leading to the American Revolution, the effects of the war itself,
               and the creation and the content of the Constitution are covered. The            CRN 64520 ❯	Staff • 1/13 - 5/9 • SCHOTT-16
               course then moves on to industrialism and territorial expansion, exploring                    Open Lab: MTWRF
               the problems and promise of these changes. Finally, the causes and               		Staff • 1/13 - 5/9 • WAKE-19
               consequences of the Civil War and Reconstruction era are discussed. This            Open Lab: MTWR
               course develops skills in written expression, analysis, interpretation of maps
               and graphs, and critical thinking. Post-tests for mesaurement of mastery are
               utilized.                                                                        Mathematics C: Pre-Algebra
               HSHI 030                                                       Credit Hours: 5   This competency-based course teaches problem solving strategies and
                                                                                                their application in percent, ratio, proportion, measurement, and the use
               CRN 64517 ❯	Staff • 1/13 - 5/9 • SCHOTT-16                                      of formulas and equations. Students will learn basic geometry, graphing,
                            Open Lab: MTWRF                                                     probability, squares and roots. Students will learn to solve monomial
               		Staff • 1/13 - 5/9 • WAKE-19                                                  equations and how to apply them. In the areas of ratios, proportions and
                  Open Lab: MTWR                                                                percent, students will learn to calculate interest, commissions, discounts,
                                                                                                and rates of increase, as well as apply ratio and proportion strategies to solve
                                                                                                common travel and finance questions. Students will also be able to interpret
               American History: Part 2                                                         graphs, charts, tables and meters. Pre-tests for accurate placement and
               Adult High School United States history course covering 1865 to the              post-tests for measurement of mastery are used for assessment. Successful
               present, beginning with the Reconstruction period and continuing with            completion of this course prepares a student for a high school algebra
               expansionism, industrialism, the causes and consequences of World War            course.
               1, the Great Depression, World War II, the Cold War period, the Civil Rights     HSMA 030                                                         Credit Hours: 5
               movement, globalization and America’s role in the modern world.
                                                                                                CRN 64521 ❯	Staff • 1/13 - 5/9 • SCHOTT-16
               HSHI 040                                                       Credit Hours: 5                Open Lab: MTWRF
               CRN 64518 ❯	Staff • 1/13 - 5/9 • SCHOTT-16                                      		Staff • 1/13 - 5/9 • WAKE-19
                            Open Lab: MTWRF                                                        Open Lab: MTWR
               		Staff • 1/13 - 5/9 • WAKE-19
                  Open Lab: MTWR
                                                                                                Integrated Mathematics 2: Algebra
                                                                                                This competency-based course stresses the appropriate use of problem-

               Adult High School Mathematics                                                    solving strategies. It builds upon previous math courses and life experience
                                                                                                with review and by addressing algebraic concepts and expressions. Life skills
                                                                                                and workplace math are integrated into the course assignments. Pretests
                                                                                                for accurate placement and prescription, and post-tests for measurement of
               Mathematics A: Whole Number Arithmetic                                           mastery are utilized.
               This competency-based course reviews arithmetic, beginning with basic
               number concepts, like place value, ordinal value and estimation. The course      HSMA 040                                                       Credit Hours: 10
               also reviews the four basic operations with whole numbers and introduces
                                                                                                CRN 64522 ❯	Staff • 1/13 - 5/9 • SCHOTT-16
               problem-solving strategies and life skills and workplace math. Pretests
                                                                                                             Open Lab: MTWRF
               for accurate placement and prescription, and post-tests for measurement
               of mastery are utilized. When taken in sequence with Mathematics B and           		Staff • 1/13 - 5/9 • WAKE-19
               Algebra/Geometry, this course prepares students for success in high school          Open Lab: MTWR
               mathematics and in applying math to everyday like and work problems.
               HSMA 010                                                       Credit Hours: 5

               CRN 64519 ❯	Staff • 1/13 - 5/9 • SCHOTT-16
                            Open Lab: MTWRF
               		Staff • 1/13 - 5/9 • WAKE-19
                  Open Lab: MTWR

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HS/GED
                                                                                                                                                                             HS/GED
Integrated Mathematics 3: Geometry                                                  Learning Skills: Test-Taking Skills

                                                                                                                                                                         ADULT
This competency-based course builds skills in basic geometry, the study             This course will build student test taking confidence by examining academic

                                                                                                                                                                       ADULT
of measurements and relationships of lines, angles, plane figures and solid         and emotional management techniques. Topics covered include test anxiety,
figures. Topics include the study of angles and triangles and the study of          test preparation, and strategies to use during the test and before turning in
distance, area and volume. Skills developed include estimation, mental math,        the test. Students may take the Test Taking Skills workshop and complete
and calculator use. The topics and skills that are emphasized in this course        the assignments or complete the independent study module in lieu of
are useful in many occupations, real-life problem-solving, and educational          attending a workshop.
and vocational tests.
                                                                                    HSPD 040                                                         Credit Hours: 1
HSMA 050                                                       Credit Hours: 10
                                                                                    CRN 64527 ❯	Staff • 1/13 - 5/9 • SCHOTT-16
CRN 64523 ❯	Staff • 1/13 - 5/9 • SCHOTT-16                                                      Open Lab: MTWRF
             Open Lab: MTWRF                                                        		Staff • 1/13 - 5/9 • WAKE-19
		Staff • 1/13 - 5/9 • WAKE-19                                                        Open Lab: MTWR
   Open Lab: MTWR

                                                                                    Learning Skills: Writing Skills
Adult High School Personal                                                          This interactive course will allow students to examine strategies for revising
                                                                                    their writing at different stages of the writing process. Topics covered include
Development                                                                         assignment analysis, self-editing strategies, organizing your paper, and
                                                                                    developing your thesis. Students may take the workshop and complete the
                                                                                    assignments or complete the independent study module in lieu of attending
Learning Skills: Note-Taking Strategies                                             a writing skills workshop.
This course will expand student’s knowledge of note-taking techniques and           HSPD 050                                                         Credit Hours: 1
purposes. Topics covered include basic functions of note taking, pre-reading
strategies, The Cornell Method, clustering, and outlining. Students may             CRN 64528 ❯	Staff • 1/13 - 5/9 • SCHOTT-16
                                                                                                 Open Lab: MTWRF
attend a note taking workshop and complete the assignments or complete
the independent study module in lieu of attending a workshop.                       		Staff • 1/13 - 5/9 • WAKE-19
                                                                                       Open Lab: MTWR
HSPD 010                                                        Credit Hours: 1

CRN 64524 ❯	Staff • 1/13 - 5/9 • SCHOTT-16
             Open Lab: MTWRF
		Staff • 1/13 - 5/9 • WAKE-19
                                                                                    Adult High School Political Science
   Open Lab: MTWR
                                                                                    Survey of U.S. Government
Learning Skills: Time Management                                                    This survey course of United States Government covers the core areas of
                                                                                    U.S. Democracy and Politics and contextualizes them in terms of current
This course will help students manage time effectively and create healthier         events. Students also receive instruction on college readiness skills,
lifestyle patterns. Topics covered include scheduling and how to avoid              including pre-reading and note-taking strategies. Competency in the subject
cramming. Students may take the time management workshop and                        matter is evaluated throughout the course with chapter tests and a final
complete the assignments or complete the independent study module in                exam.
lieu of attending a workshop.
                                                                                    HSPS 020                                                         Credit Hours: 5
HSPD 020                                                        Credit Hours: 1
                                                                                    CRN 64529 ❯	Staff • 1/13 - 5/9 • SCHOTT-16
CRN 64525 ❯	Staff • 1/13 - 5/9 • SCHOTT-16                                                      Open Lab: MTWRF
             Open Lab: MTWRF
                                                                                    		Staff • 1/13 - 5/9 • WAKE-19
		Staff • 1/13 - 5/9 • WAKE-19                                                        Open Lab: MTWR
   Open Lab: MTWR

Learning Skills: Learning Styles
This course will teach students to identify their personal learning styles and
how to adapt them to dominant teaching styles. Topics covered include
the Learning Styles Questionnaire, the four learning styles, and matching
your learning style and strategies. Students may take the Learning Styles
workshop and complete the assignments or complete the independent
study module in lieu of attending a workshop.
HSPD 030                                                        Credit Hours: 1

CRN 64526 ❯	Staff • 1/13 - 5/9 • SCHOTT-16
             Open Lab: MTWRF
		Staff • 1/13 - 5/9 • WAKE-19
   Open Lab: MTWR

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