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Class Schedule
                               SPRING 2020
                    REGISTRATION STARTS
                       NOVEMBER 18
                                CLASSES START
                               JANUARY 27

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DEGREES & CERTIFICATES

                                                                 Accomplishment

                                                                                                                                                   Accomplishment

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Accomplishment
                                                Achievement

                                                                                                                                  Achievement

                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Achievement
                                                Certificate of

                                                                 Certificate of

                                                                                                                                  Certificate of

                                                                                                                                                   Certificate of

                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Certificate of

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Certificate of
                                    Associate

                                                                                                                      Associate

                                                                                                                                                                                                               Associate
                                    Degree

                                                                                                                      Degree

                                                                                                                                                                                                               Degree
  Program of Study                                                                Program of Study                                                                  Program of Study

  Administration of Justice                                                       Computer Science                   AS                                              Psychosocial Rehabilitation                                                 

   Administration of Justice      AS-T
                                                                                  Culinary Arts                                                                      Substance Abuse Case
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 
   Correctional Specialist                                                                                                                                          Management
                                                                                   Basic Food Service                                                   
   Corrections                     AS                                                                                                                              History                                AA-T, AA
                                                                                   Classical/Modern Food
   Law Enforcement                 AS                                             Preparation + Restaurant          AS                                            Journalism                             AA-T, AA              

   Police Records +                                                                Training
                                                                                                                                                                   La Raza Studies                           AA
   Services Technician                                                             Restaurant
                                                                                   Management
                                                                                                                                                                    Social Justice: Latino +
   Pre-Law Studies                                                                                                                                                                                          AA-T
                                                                                                                                                                     Chicano Studies
                                                                                   Training in Pastry + Baking
   Security Specialist                                                                                              AS                                            Liberal Arts
                                                                                   Skills
  African American Studies         AA                                                                                                                                Arts + Humanities                        AA
                                                                                  Early Childhood
  Anthropology                   AA-T, AA                                         Education                                                                          Communication in the
                                                                                                                                                                                                              AA
  Art                              AA                                              Early Childhood Education       AS-T, AS                                         English Language

                                                                                   Associate Teacher -                                                               Math + Science                           AA
  Automotive Services                                                                                                                   
                                                                                   Preschool                                                                         Science, Technology,
   Automotive Collision Repair                                                                                                                                                                                                   
                                   AS                
                                                                                   Associate Teacher -                                                               Engineering + Math
   Technology                                                                                                                           
                                                                                   School Age Children                                                               Social + Behavioral
   Automotive Hybrid                                                                                                                                                                                          AA
                                                                                  Montessori Education:                                                             Sciences
   Technician                                                                                                        AS                 
                                                                                   Preschool Teacher
                                                                                                                                                                    Mathematics                              AS-T
   Automotive Service                                                              Montessori Education:
                                   AS                
   Technician                                                                      Introductory Level
                                                                                                                                                                   Media

   Chassis Level I Technician                                                     Violence Intervention +                                                           Digital Film Production                                     
                                                                                                                                        
                                                                                   Counseling
   Powertrains Level I                                                                                                                                              Medical Assisting                         AS                 
                                                     
   Technician                                                                     Earth Science                      AS
                                                                                                                                                                     Health Navigator                                            

   Automotive Collision Repair                                                    Economics                        AA-T, AA
                                                                                                                                                                    Medical Terminology                                                         
   - Damage Estimator
  Biological Science                                                              Emergency Medical Services                                                       Music                                  AA-T, AA

   Biology                        AS-T                                             Paramedic Studies                                                               Nursing*                                  AS

   Biological Science              AS                                                                                                                               Philosophy                               AA-T                
                                                                                  Engineering                        AS                 

   Biotechnology                   AS                                                                                                                               Physical Education/Kinesiology
                                                                                  English                           AA-T
   Biotechnology Assistant                                                                                                                                          Kinesiology                             AA-T
                                                                                  English as a Second Language
   Biotechnology Technician                                                                                                                                         Physical Education/Kinesiology           AS
                                                                                   Advanced ESL                                         
   Pre-Allied Health                                                                                                                                                Fitness Trainer                                                             

  Business                                                                         High-Intermediate ESL                                
                                                                                                                                                                     Personal Training Prep Course                                               

   Accounting Technician                                                          Low-Intermediate ESL                                 
                                                                                                                                                                    Physics                                  AS-T
   Business Administration       AS-T, AS            
                                                                                  Geography                                                                         Political Science                        AA-T
   Business Management             AS                
                                                                                                                                                                    Psychology                             AA-T, AA
                                                                                   Geography                       AA-T, AA
  Business Office Technology                                                                                                                                        Real Estate                               AA                 
                                                                                   Geographical
   Administrative Assistant        AS                
                                                                                   Information Systems
                                                                                                                                                        
                                                                                                                                                                    Sociology                              AA-T, AA
   Business Information Worker                       
                                                                                  Health Education                                                                  Spanish                                AA-T, AA

   General Office                  AS                                             Public Health Science            AS-T
                                                                                                                                                                    Speech
  Chemistry                        AS                                            Health + Human Services
                                                                                                                                                                     Communication Studies                   AA-T
  Computer Information                                                             Human Services                    AA                 
  Systems
                                                                                   Dual Diagnosis Screening                                             

   Computer Operations             AS                                                                                                                              *Bachelor of Science in Nursing, in partnership with the
                                                                                   Dual Diagnosis Specialization                        
                                                                                                                                                                    University of Phoenix, and Certified Nursing Assistant
   Computer Programming            AS                                                                                                                              programs also available.
                                                                                   Peer Support Services                                                

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SPRING 2020 ACADEMIC CALENDAR
August 3 – September 15          Filing period to submit early Spring 2020 graduation application to receive early registration appointment for Spring 2020

November 1-30                    Filing period for continuing and returning students with over 100 degree applicable units or on second semester
                                 probation or dismissal who want to appeal their registration date

November 18-19                   Priority registration for EOPS, DSPS, Veterans, Foster Youth, and CalWORKs students

November 20                      Priority registration for DSPS notetakers, early graduation petitioners and intercollegiate athletes

November 21 – December 3         Priority registration for continuing students and Middle College HS students who have completed the Student Success
                                 Program**

December 4                       Priority registration for new students who have completed the Student Success Program** and returning students with
                                 less than 100 degree applicable units

December 9                       Registration for continuing and returning students with over 100 degree applicable units or on second semester
                                 probation or dismissal

December 20 – January 1          Winter Recess – College Closed

                                 FAST TRACK SESSIONS: 1st 8 weeks (M-W, 1/27-3/18 and T-TH, 1/28-3/19); 2nd 8 weeks (MW, 3/23 - 5/20 and
                                 T-TH, 3/24-5/21); 12 week-classes (2/24 - 5/22). See pages 40-41.

January 2-3                      Registration for new students who did not complete the Student Success Program** and exempt students

January 14                       In-person registration for concurrent special admit high school students

January 20                       Holiday – Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

January 27                       First day of instruction

February 1-2                     Saturday and Sunday classes begin

January 27-February 9            Late Registration Period - Obtain permission from your instructor

February 7                       Last day to add a full-term class (in person)

February 7                       Last day to drop a full-term class with eligibility for fee refund (in person)

February 7                       Last day to drop a full term class without a “W” appearing on transcript (in person)

February 9                       Last day to drop a full term class without a “W” appearing on transcript (online) - No refund

February 10                      Census for full-term course

February 14                      Holiday – Lincoln’s Birthday

February 15-16                   No Saturday/Sunday Classes

February 17                      Holiday – Washington’s Birthday

February 28                      Last day to choose Pass/No Pass (P/NP) grading option for full-term courses

March 2                          Last day to petition to graduate and participate in Spring Commencement

March 29 – April 4               Spring Recess

April 17                         Last day to withdraw from a full-term course with a “W” appearing on transcript

April 17                         Last day to add or adjust a variable unit class

May 22                           Last day of instruction for spring

May 22                           Commencement

** The Student Success Program includes placement, orientation and completion of an educational plan. (Enroll in Couns-108 or ESL-108.)

Info: Students may register online until 11:59 p.m., the day prior to the first class meeting.

IMPORTANT NOTE: For short-term courses the dates to add, receive a refund or drop are calculated individually based on the length of each course.
For detailed course-specific deadline dates, log into your Insite Portal and select “My Schedule”. You may also check with your instructor who has this
information on the class roster.
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Where do I start at Contra Costa College?

STEPS TO SUCCESS
STEP 1 – Submit an Application for Admission                               STEP 6 – Register for Classes
Go to www.contracosta.edu/apply to complete your                           Now that you have a plan for meeting your educational
application online. To submit an application in person visit               goals, registering for classes is simple. Log in to InSite to
the Welcome Center in the Student Services Center, Room                    register for classes directly from your educational plan. If
111.                                                                       you need help in person, visit the Welcome Center in the
                                                                           Student Services Center, Room 111.

STEP 2 – Apply for Financial Aid
College can be expensive, but we are here to help! Federal                 GET YOUR STUDENT ID
and state financial aid is available to students who qualify.              Visit the Welcome Center in the Student Services Center,
See page 6 for more details.                                               Room 111. Bring proof of enrollment and personal
                                                                           identification.

STEP 3 – Complete Orientation
New students at Contra Costa College are required to                       Need Help?
complete orientation. Orientation is offered online through                If you need additional support and guidance getting started
self-paced modules where you will learn a wealth of                        with the admissions or registration process, please visit the
information about programs, classes, support services,                     Welcome Center in the Student Services Center, Room 111.
and campus policies. After you submit your application for                 Call (510) 215-4110 for current center hours of operation or
admission, you will receive an email with a link to the online             visit www.contracosta.edu/welcome.
orientation.
* For non-native English speakers and learners, an in-
                                                                           Parking Information
person class, ESL-108, is available. Information about ESL-
                                                                           A parking permit is needed to park on campus. You may
108 can be found at InSite.4cd.edu/search.
                                                                           purchase a parking permit for the semester online via
                                                                           InSite. Log in and click on “Students” tab, then select
STEP 4 – Complete the Assessment                                           “Academic Services”. Have your vehicle registration
We want to meet you where you are! Assessing your math                     information ready to enter. You may also purchase daily
and English or English as a Second Language (ESL) skills                   permits at machines located in multiple campus parking
will help you choose the right classes. If you attended high               lots.
school in the United States: for math and English, visit
www.contracosta.edu/assessment to use your high school
transcripts to self-report grades from classes you have                    Bookstore
already taken. For ESL: make an appointment, online or                     For information about required textbooks and
in person, to take an assessment test in the Assessment                    prices, please visit the bookstore’s website at www.
Center of the Student Services Center, Room 104.                           contracostabooks.com.

STEP 5 – Develop an Educational Plan
An educational plan is a map to help you identify the
courses required to complete your goals. By enrolling in
COUNS-108: Introduction to Educational Planning, you will
work with a counselor to identify your specific program
of study and the most direct route from start to finish.
Information about COUNS-108 can be found at www.
contracosta.edu/steps-to-success.

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¿Como comienzo en Contra Costa College?

PASOS AL ÉXITO
PASO 1 – Presentar una Solicitud de Admisión                     PASO 6 – Inscribirse en las Clases
Para completar su solicitud de admisión en línea visite la       Ahora que tiene un plan para alcanzar sus metas
página: www.contracosta.edu/apply. Para presentar una            educativas registrarse para las clases es simple. Ingrese
solicitud en persona puede visitar la oficina de Welcome         a su cuenta de estudiante InSite por medio de: www.
Center en el edificio de Student Services Center, oficina        contracosta.edu. Si necesita ayuda en persona, visite
111.                                                             la oficina Welcome Center en el edificio de Student
                                                                 Services Center, oficina 111.
PASO 2 – Aplicar para Ayuda Financiera
Asistir al colegio puede ser costoso, pero estamos aquí          Obtenga su tarjeta de indentificación
para ayudar! Tenemos disponible ayuda financiera                 de estudiante
Federal y Estatal para los estudiantes que califican. Ver        Visite el Welcome Center ubicado en el edificio de
página 6 para más información.                                   Student Services Center, oficina 111. Necesitará prueba
                                                                 de inscripción y una identificación personal.
PASO 3 – Completar Orientación
Contra Costa College requiere que estudiantes nuevos             ¿Necesita ayuda o está confundido?
completen una orientación. La orientación se ofrece en           Si necesita ayuda adicional para empezar con el proceso
línea a través de módulos donde aprenderá una gran               de admisión o registro, visite el Welcome Center ubicado
cantidad de información acerca de los programas, clases          en el edificio de Student Services Center, oficina 111.
de apoyo, servicios y pólizas del colegio. Después de            Para el horacio de la oficina llame al (510) 215-4110 o
presentar su solicitud de admisión, usted recibirá un            visite www.contracosta.edu/welcome.
correo electrónico que proporciona instrucciones de
como completar la orientación en línea.
*Para los estudiantes cuyo segundo idioma es Inglés, tienen      Información acerca del estacionamiento
la opción de completar la orientación en persona por medio       Necesitará un permiso para poder estacionarse
de la clase ESL-108. Los horarios de éstas clases los puede      en el colegio. Usted puede comprar un permiso
encontrar en InSite.4cd.edu/search.                              de estacionamiento en línea a través de InSite. Al
                                                                 ingresar a su cuenta, inicie su sesión por medio de
                                                                 InSite y haga clic en “Students” y luego en “Academic
PASO 4 – Completar la Evaluación                                 Services”. Necesitará la información de registro del
Vamos a ayudarle a elegir los cursos correctos! Evaluar sus      vehículo. Usted también puede comprar permisos de
habilidades en matemáticas, Inglés o Inglés como Segundo         estacionamiento diarios en las máquinas situadas en
Lengua (ESL) le ayudará a elegir las clases correctas. Tiene     varios estacionamientos en el colegio.
dos opciones para saber cuáles son sus niveles académicos
en dichas áreas. Puede usar sus high school transcripts
y auto-reportar sus calificaciones de la secundaria o            Librería
puede hacer una cita, en línea o en persona, para tomar          Para obtener información acerca de los libros de
la prueba de evaluación en el Assessment Center en el            texto requeridos y los precios, por favor visite www.
edificiode Student Services Center, oficina 104. Visita www.     contracostabooks.com.
contracosta.edu/assessment para más información.

PASO 5 – Desarrollar un Plan de Estudio
Por medio del curso de Counseling-108 los estudiantes
obtienen un plan de estudio que le ayudará a identificar
los cursos necesarios para completar sus metas. Al
inscribirse en COUNS-108: Introduction to Educational
Planning, trabajará con un consejero para identificar
el programa específico de estudio y la ruta más directa
para completarlo. La información sobre las clases
disponibles de COUNS-108 se puede encontrar en www.
contracosta.edu/steps-to-success.

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FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION
California College Promise Grant                                           Pell Lifetime Eligibility Limit
(formerly the BOG Fee Waiver)                                              The duration of a student’s eligibility to receive a Federal
Students who meet specific income and academic                             Pell Grant is 12 full-time semesters (or its equivalent). The
requirements can have their class fees waived. If you have                 calculation of the duration of a student’s eligibility will
already filed your 2019-2020 Free Application for Federal                  include all years of the student’s receipt of Federal Pell Grant
Student Aid (FAFSA) you may already have a California                      funding. Once a student has received a Federal Pell Grant
College Promise Grant fee waiver awarded. Please log in to                 for 12 full-time semesters (or its equivalent), the student
InSite at https://m4cd.edu and click on the “Financial Aid”                will no longer be eligible for a Federal Pell Grant for future
tile, then “Financial Aid Home” to view your status.                       semesters. There is no appeal process for this limit.

FAFSA                                                                      High School Graduation Requirements
Fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)              Students who do not have a high school diploma or a
to see if you are eligible to receive the Promise Grant fee                recognized equivalent (e.g., GED), or do not meet the home
waiver as well as free cash aid to go to school. Apply online at           school requirements, will not be eligible to receive financial
www.fafsa.gov. To apply for financial aid for the spring 2020              aid. Students may qualify for financial aid under one of
semester you must complete the 2019-20 FAFSA. Contra                       the Ability-to-Benefit (ATB) alternatives if the student was
Costa College’s school code is 001190.                                     enrolled in an eligible program prior to July 1, 2012. The ATB
                                                                           alternatives include the student passing an independently
Cal Grant Deadline                                                         administered, approved ATB test or successfully completing
The State of California offers state aid through the Cal                   at least six credit hours of postsecondary education.
Grant program. To determine your eligibility for this
additional state aid you must complete all necessary                       Financial Aid Repeat Course Policy
application paperwork by the Cal Grant deadline. The                       The Department of Education has set a limit on the number
deadline is March 2 annually for the following academic                    of times a course can be repeated before it is excluded from
year, with a second deadline of September 2 annually (for                  a student’s enrollment status for financial aid purposes. To
community college students only). For more information,                    read the policy in its entirety, visit www.contracosta.edu/
visit www.calgrants.org.                                                   financialaid.

California Dream Act                                                       Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) Policy
If you are not a U.S. citizen or eligible non-citizen (including           In accordance with federal financial aid regulations, students
undocumented and DACA students) and meet AB540                             are required to maintain minimum academic and progress
requirements, you may qualify for state financial aid                      requirements in order to remain eligible to receive financial
programs, including the Promise Grant fee waiver. Apply                    assistance. To read the SAP Policy in its entirety, visit www.
online by completing the Dream Act Application at www.                     contracosta.edu/financialaid.
caldreamact.org. The deadline to be considered for state
grants is March 2 annually for the following academic year,                Need help filling out your application online?
but students can apply throughout the academic year for                    Visit the Financial Aid Computer Lab for one-on-one help
Promise Grant fee waiver consideration.                                    from a financial aid staff member. Lab is offered Monday
                                                                           through Friday from 9am to 1pm in the Office of Financial
For additional information about financial aid, including                  Assistance – just choose “Lab” as the reason for your visit
important policies, guidelines and processes, please visit                 when signing in during these hours. We also offer FA Pop-Up
www.contracosta.edu/financialaid. You can also stop by                     Labs throughout the year, located in the Fireside Hall. Check
the Office of Financial Assistance located in the Student                  our website for a listing of Pop-Up Lab offerings: www.
Services Center, Room 102, or call us with general questions               contracosta.edu/financialaid. Applying for financial aid has
at (510) 215-6026.                                                         never been easier!

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HOW DO I REGISTER FOR CLASSES USING
STUDENT PLANNING
1. Go to https://m.4cd.edu to log in using your               5. When you find the class you want, click Add
    Insite username and password.                                   Course to Plan.

                                                                                      Add Course to Plan

                                                              6. Choose the correct semester/term from the
                                                                    drop down menu.

                                                              7. Click Add Course to Plan.

2. Click the Plan-Progress tile to access student
    planning.
                                                              8. Click Back to Plan & Schedule.

                                                                                 < Back to Plan & Schedule

                                                              9. Click View other sections.

                                                                                  > View other sections
3. A Plan & Progress screen will appear.
    Click Plan and Register.                                  10. Click the section you’d like to add to
                                                                    your schedule. Click Add Section in the
                                                                    pop-up window.

                                                                                                          Add Section

4. Search for classes in the Course Search box
    at the top of the page.
                                                              11. Click Register Now to complete your class
         Course search (i.e., BUS-294)...
                                                                    registration.
                                                                                         Register Now

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FEES AND TUITION
 Fee type                  Amount *                                               Comments

 Enrollment Fee*           $46 per unit                                           California residents pay an enrollment fee of $46* per unit of credit.

 Nonresident Fee           $321 total per unit                                    Nonresidents of California pay an enrollment fee of $46* per unit of
                                                                                  credit, plus $265 in tuition per unit of credit, plus $10 for a capital outlay
                                                                                  fee, per unit.

 Non-U.S. Citizen          $321 total per unit                                    Nonresidents of California pay an enrollment fee of $46* per unit of
 Tuition (including                                                               credit, plus $265 in tuition per unit of credit, plus $10 for a capital outlay
 International                                                                    fee, per unit.
 Students)

 Health Insurance          $110 per month                                         Health insurance for international students is mandatory. Students who
 for International                                                                do not provide proof of health insurance to the International Office
 Students                                                                         before the term begins will be automatically enrolled in a health plan
                                                                                  offered by the district (subject to change at any time).

 Parking Permit            $48 per semester for a car or $3 per day,              Term-length parking permits can only be purchased online through the
                           (subject to change at any time without notice) and     InSite Portal. California College Promise Grant (formerly the BOG fee
                           $30 per semester for a motorcycle.                     waiver) recipients receive a discount on parking permits.
                           Mid-semester parking - $24 cars and $15
                           motorcycles

 Instructional Material    Variable by course                                     See policy statement below.1
 Fees1

 Student Activity Fee**    $5 per semester                                        The Student Activity Fee allows the Contra Costa College Associated
 (This is an optional                                                             Students Union (student government) to provide funding for campus
 fee.)                                                                            clubs, events, activities, and campus-based programs that will benefit the
                                                                                  student population. Examples of programs which the activity fee could
                                                                                  support are student scholarships, textbook scholarships, multi-cultural
                                                                                  campus events, and community resource outreach programs.

 Student                   $1 per semester, required. Non-refundable              All students.
 Representation Fee

 Student ID Card           No charge for ID card or semester stickers             Student ID cards and semester stickers can be obtained in the Welcome
                                                                                  Center located in the Student Services Center. All students must show
                                                                                  proof of registration.

 Transcript Fee2           All requests require written authorization and         Standard: Mailed through the U.S. Postal Service within 7-10 business
                           advance payment.                                       days. No student pick up allowed for standard service.
                           Standard: First 2 copies in the district are free.     Rush: Mailed by U.S. Postal Service next business day or for pick up.
                           $7.50 thereafter.                                      Express: Same day service prepared for student pick up (may not always
                           Rush: $17.50 per transcript. If the student has        be available).
                           not received their free transcripts, the total cost
                           will be $10. If the student has received their free
                           transcripts the cost will be $17.50.
                           Express: $32.50 per transcript.

 Verification Fee          $2 per copy                                            Written authorization is required.
                           First 2 copies are free                                Verifications requested through the Admissions and Records Office will
                           $5 letterhead verification                             be charged $2 for each request. Students can receive free verifications of
                                                                                  enrollment through the InSite Portal.

*        This amount may be changed by the governor/state legislature without notice.
**       Fee is voluntary. Refund forms are available at the Student Life Office. Refund forms must be submitted in person to the Cashier’s Office
         within the first two (2) weeks of instruction. Refund checks will be issued monthly after the first two (2) weeks
         of instruction each term.
1.       Instructional Material Fees: For your convenience the bookstore offers required course materials at a reasonable cost. You have the option
         to purchase your materials from another vendor. If you choose this option, please obtain a note from your instructor and take it to the
         Cashier’s Office to have the fees removed from your account.
2.       Transcripts: Students may receive two (2) free transcripts across the district (e.g. one (1) at CCC and one (1) at DVC equals two (2)).
         A Transcript Request Form is available on the college website and at the Admissions and Records Office. It can be mailed or faxed to
         (510) 412-0769. All requests must include payment for associated fees. This includes electronic transcripts.

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SPRING 2020 SCHEDULE OF CLASSES                                                                                                                  NOTE: CLASSES SHADED IN
                                                                                                                                                 “GRAY”ARE EVENING CLASSES
sec           days       hrs                rm                  instr                  dates    sec           days       hrs               rm              instr                     dates

      Administration of Justice                                                                 HIST-123     History of African Americans in the U.S. (1865 to the Present) - (SC) - 3 Units
                                                                                                7603         TTH         9:35-11:00am GE-312            Hodge, C                1/27-5/22
ADJUS-120 Introduction to Administration of Justice - (LR) - 3 Units                                         This class is a part of the AFRAM Studies Program
0431         TTH         12:45-2:10pm AA-142                    Sanford, J          1/27-5/22   6490         MW          11:10-12:35pm GE-312           Hodge, C                1/27-5/22
                                                                                                             This class is a part of the AFRAM Studies Program.
ADJUS-121 Concepts of Criminal Law - (LR) - 3 Units
2346         TTH         2:30-3:55pm        AA-142              Sanford, J          1/27-5/22   HUMAN-113 African American Humanities - (SC) - 3 Units
                                                                                                6496         MW          9:35-11:00am GE-312            Robinson, L             1/27-5/22
ADJUS-126 Correctional Counseling - (LR) - 3 Units                                                           This class is a part of the AFRAM Studies Program.
0433         MW          9:35-11:00am AA-205                    Harrison, P         1/27-5/22   6495         TTH         12:45-2:10pm GE-312            Hodge, C                1/27-5/22
                                                                                                             This class is a part of the AFRAM Studies Program.
ADJUS-130 Juvenile Procedures - (LR) - 3 Units
0432         W           2:30-5:40pm        AA-142              Sanford, J          1/27-5/22   POLSC-225 Dynamics of African American Politics in America - (LR) - 3 Units
                                                                                                1245         MW          9:35-11:00am GE-104            Staff, C                1/27-5/22
                                                                                                             This class is a part of the AFRAM Studies Program.
ADJUS-135 Law and Democracy - (LR) - 3 Units
NOTE: This course is a Dual Enrollment course for students in the Richmond High
School Law Academy.                                                                                Anthropology
0605        M            8:30-9:40am RICHMHS                    Rosenbluth, E       1/27-5/22
            TTH          8:30-9:20am                                                            ANTHR-125 Introduction to Archaeology - (SC) - 3 Units
0635        M            10:17-11:27am RICHMHS                  Rosenbluth, E       1/27-5/22   2355         TTH         9:35-11:00am GE-314               Crandall, J          1/27-5/22
            TTH          10:17-11:07am
0655        M            10:18-11:28am DEANZAHS                 Dunning, A          1/27-5/22   ANTHR-130 Cultural Anthropology - (SC) - 3 Units
            TTH          10:00-10:50am                                                          2821         TTH         12:45-2:10pm GE-314               Thomas, S            1/27-5/22
0665        M            12:47-1:57pm DEANZAHS                  Dunning, A          1/27-5/22   2819         M           6:00-9:10pm GE-312                McCrary, M           1/27-5/22
            TTH          12:20-1:10pm
Online and Partially Online Sections
                                                                                                ANTHR-140 Introduction to Physical Anthropology - (LR) - 3 Units
1175			                                  ONLINE         McCarty-Snead, S 3/23-5/22
                                                                                                1823         F           8:00-11:10am GE-314               Schwappach-Shirriff, L 1/27-5/22
            Section 1175 is offered in an online format with no live sessions.
                                                                                                2352         MW          12:45-2:10pm GE-314               Thomas, S              1/27-5/22
Students should go to https://contracosta.instructure.com and choose this course and
                                                                                                3823         T           6:00-9:10pm GE-314                Schwappach-Shirriff, L 1/27-5/22
watch the course video tour. For more information email smccarty@contracosta.edu.

                                                                                                ANTHR-140L Physical Anthropology Laboratory - (LR) - 1 Unit
ADJUS-221 Legal Aspects of Evidence - (LR) - 3 Units
                                                                                                Prerequisite: ANTHR-140 (may take concurrently)
0416         W           5:50-9:00pm        AA-142              Sanford, J          1/27-5/22
                                                                                                1853         F           12:45-3:55pm GE-314               Schwappach-Shirriff, L 1/27-5/22
                                                                                                2353         W           2:30-5:40pm GE-314                Olson, K               1/27-5/22
ADJUS-222 Basic Investigations - (LR) - 3 Units                                                 0329         TH          6:00-9:10pm GE-314                Thomas, S              1/27-5/22
2349         M           2:30-5:40pm        AA-142              Martin, K           1/27-5/22
                                                                                                ANTHR-150 Magic, Witchcraft and Religion - (LR) - 3 Units
ADJUS-223 Community and the Justice System - (LR) - 3 Units                                     2356         TTH         11:10-12:35pm GE-314              McCrary, M           1/27-5/22
2066         TTH         9:35-11:00am AA-142                    Sanford, J          1/27-5/22
                                                                                                   Art
      African American Studies
                                                                                                ART-102      3-D Foundations in Art - (SC) - 3 Units
AFRAM-110 Introduction to African American Studies - (SC) - 3 Units                             0389         MW          12:45-3:55pm A-6B                 Cowan, C             1/27-5/22
6975         TTH         11:10-12:35pm GE-312           Hodge, C                    1/27-5/22
             This class is a part of the AFRAM Studies Program.
                                                                                                ART-117      Appreciation of Art & Architecture - (SC) - 3 Units
                                                                                                6800         MW          9:35-11:00am CTC-128              Reece, R             1/27-5/22
HIST-110     History of African Civilization - (SC) - 3 Units                                   Online and Partially Online Sections
0012         TTH         12:45-2:10pm GE-313            Ampim, M                    1/27-5/22   6801			                                    ONLINE           Gordon, C            1/27-5/22
             This class is a part of the AFRAM Studies Program.                                                Section 6801 is offered online. All instruction will be online. Your
                                                                                                instructor will send a college email to you prior to class. You may contact your
HIST-122     History of African Americans in the U.S. (pre-Colonial - 1865) - (SC) - 3 Units    instructor at cgordon@contracosta.edu.
0412         MW          12:45-2:10pm GE-312            Hodge, C                    1/27-5/22
             This class is a part of the AFRAM Studies Program.                                 ART-124      Painting 1 - (SC) - 3 Units
                                                                                                6803 MW                  9:25-10:15am A-6A                 Gordon, C            1/27-5/22
                                                                                                		                       10:15-12:35pm A-6B

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ART-132       Photoshop 1 - (SC) - 3 Units                                                ART-810N     Drawing for the Older Adult Student - (P/NP) - 0 Unit
2173          TTH         12:45-3:15pm A-1                 Reece, R           1/27-5/22   0322         F            9:25-12:35pm A-6B              Lu, J            1/27-5/22
                                                                                                       For more information about section 0322, please contact Jiajun Lu
ART-140       Sculpture 1 - (SC) - 3 Units                                                at jlu@contracosta.edu.
2130          MW        9:35-12:45pm A-8              Cowan, C                1/27-5/22   0321         M            3:10-5:15pm OC                 Thongvanh, S     1/27-5/22
              Section 2130 has a required $9.00 materials fee.                                         Section 0321 meets off campus at El Cerrito Senior Center, 6500
                                                                                          Stockton Ave., El Cerrito. For more information contact Sai Thongvanh @
                                                                                          sthongvanh@contracosta.edu.
ART-145       Ceramics: 1 - (SC) - 3 Units
6811          TTH       9:35-12:45pm A-8              Lu, J                   1/27-5/22
              Section 6811 has a required $9.00 materials fee.                            ART-811N     Beginning and Intermediate Painting for Older Adults - (P/NP) - 0 Unit
                                                                                          5119         F           12:45-3:55pm A-6B           Lu, J              1/27-5/22
                                                                                                       Section 5119 is a Community Education cours. For more information
ART-158       Digital Photography 1 - (SC) - 3 Units                                      contact Jiajun Lu at jlu@contracosta.edu.
3081          MW          10:05-12:35pm A-1                Davis, D           1/27-5/22

                                                                                          ART-812N     Exploration in 2-D Art for Seniors - (P/NP) - 0 Unit
ART-174       Drawing and Composition 1 - (SC) - 3 Units                                  2370         T          9:35-12:45pm HERCSRCT Thongvanh, S                1/27-5/22
3150 TTH                  9:25-10:15am A-6A                Gordon, C          1/27-5/22                Section 2370 meets off campus at Hercules Senior Center, 111 Civic Dr.,
		                        10:15-12:35pm A-6B                                              Hercules. For more information contact Sai Thongvanh at sthongvanh@contracosta.
                                                                                          edu.
ART-184       Color Theory - (SC) - 3 Units                                               2369         W          12:45-3:55pm OC                Thongvanh, S       1/27-5/22
4455          TTH         12:45-3:55pm A-6A                Cole, F            1/27-5/22                Section 2369 meets off campus at El Cerrito Senior Center,
                                                                                          6500 Stockton Ave., El Cerrito. For more information contact Sai Thongvanh at
                                                                                          sthongvanh@contracosta.edu.
ART-191       History of Art - Renaissance to Contemporary - (SC) - 3 Units
0398          TTH         9:35-11:00am A-2                 Levine, K          1/27-5/22
                                                                                                Astronomy
ART-224       Painting 2 - (SC) - 3 Units
                                                                                          ASTRO-120 Elementary Astronomy - (LR) - 3 Units
Prerequisite: ART-124
                                                                                          Advisory: ENGL-001A or equivalent or ESL-192
6805 MW                   9:25-10:15am A-6A                Gordon, C          1/27-5/22
                                                                                          6792         MW          9:35-11:00am PS-132               Celesia, J         1/27-5/22
		                        10:15-12:35pm A-6B
                                                                                          1359         MW          12:45-2:10pm PS-132               Celesia, J         1/27-5/22
                                                                                          1405         TTH         12:45-2:10pm PS-132               Celesia, J         1/27-5/22
ART-232       Photoshop 2 - (SC) - 3 Units
Prerequisite: ART-132                                                                           Automotive Services
2174          TTH         12:45-3:15pm A-1                 Reece, R           1/27-5/22
                                                                                          AUSER-097 Automotive Service Advising - (SC) - 3 Units
ART-240       Sculpture: Intermediate I - (SC) - 3 Units                                  1840         M           1:00-4:10pm       AT-110          Rupprecht, N       1/27-5/22
Prerequisite: ART-141
2147          MW        9:35-12:45pm A-8              Cowan, C                1/27-5/22   AUSER-099 Occupational Work Experience - (SC) - 1-4 Units
              Section 2147 has a required $9.00 materials fee.                            1870			                                   AT-101       Salas, L           1/27-5/22
                                                                                                       Section 1870 requires students to be working in the automotive collision
ART-245       Ceramics 2 - (SC) - 3 Units                                                 and repair industry. Date and time is determined by appointment.
Prerequisite: ART-145
6812          TTH       9:35-12:45pm A-8              Lu, J                   1/27-5/22   AUSER-101 Automotive Fundamentals - (LR) - 4 Units
              Section 6812 has a required $9.00 materials fee.                            4701         MT          9:00-12:10pm AT-110               Beatty, L          1/27-5/22

ART-258       Digital Photography: Intermediate I - (SC) - 3 Units                        AUSER-103 Automotive Electrical/Electronic Systems - (LR) - 5 Units
Prerequisite: ART-159                                                                     Prerequisite: AUSER-101 (may take concurrently)
3181          MW          10:05-12:35pm A-1                Davis, D           1/27-5/22   2298         WTHF        9:00-12:10pm AT-110               Christensen, M     1/27-5/22

ART-274       Drawing and Composition 2 - (SC) - 3 Units                                  AUSER-107 Introduction to Hybrid Electric Vehicles - (LR) - 3 Units
Prerequisite: ART-174                                                                     Prerequisite: AUSER-103 or AUSER-190
3152 TTH                  9:25-10:15am A-6A                Gordon, C          1/27-5/22   0947         M         6:00-9:10pm AT-110             Cortes, P               1/27-5/22
		                        10:15-12:35pm A-6B                                                           Section 0947 is for apprentice students.
                                                                                          0847         M         6:00-9:10pm AT-110             Cortes, P               1/27-5/22

                                                                                          AUSER-111 Automotive Brakes - (SC) - 5 Units
                                                                                          Prerequisite: AUSER 101 (may be taken concurrently)
                                                                                          2286         THF         12:30-5:20pm AT-110               Beatty, L          1/27-5/22

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AUSER-113 Automotive Suspension and Steering - (SC) - 5 Units                            BIOSC-110   Introduction to Biological Science - (LR) - 4 Units
Prerequisite: AUSER 101 (may be taken concurrently)                                      1869        MF          8:00-9:25am B-7                   Staff, C           1/27-5/22
0843         TWTH      6:00-9:10pm AT-110             Sturgeon, B            1/27-5/22               W           7:50-11:00am B-24
0943         TWTH      6:00-9:10pm AT-110             Sturgeon, B            1/27-5/22   1884        TH          9:25-12:35pm B-8                  Staff, C           1/27-5/22
             Section 0943 is for apprentice students.                                                T           9:25-12:35pm B-24
                                                                                         1883        MW          11:10-12:35pm B-7                 Capehart, G        1/27-5/22
                                                                                                     M           12:45-3:55pm B-24
AUSER-124 Introduction in Automotive Painting and Refinishing Technology
                                                                                         1879        MW          11:10-12:35pm B-8                 Dixon, D           1/27-5/22
             (LR) - 4 Units
                                                                                                     W           12:45-3:55pm B-24
Corequisite: AUSER-126
                                                                                         1892        TTH         11:10-12:35pm B-2                 Judd, J            1/27-5/22
6767         MTW        8:00-9:15am      AT-101         Salas, L             1/27-5/22
                                                                                                     TH          12:45-3:55pm B-24
                                                                                         1887        TH          2:30-5:40pm B-7                   Ponomareff, G      1/27-5/22
AUSER-126 Introduction to Automotive Painting and Refinishing Technology                             T           2:30-5:40pm B-24
             Laboratory - (LR) - 5 Units                                                 1893        M           5:50-9:00pm B-12                  Muick, P           1/27-5/22
Corequisite: AUSER 124                                                                               T           5:50-9:00pm B-24
6768         MTW        9:25-1:15pm AT-102              Salas, L             1/27-5/22   1872        M           5:50-9:00pm B-12                  Muick, P           1/27-5/22
             TH         8:00-12:35pm                                                                 W           5:50-9:00pm B-24

AUSER-225 Advanced Automotive Collision Repair Laboratory - (LR) - 5 Units               BIOSC-119 Microbiology - (LR) - 4 Units
Prerequisite: AUSER-123 and AUSER-125                                                    Prerequisite: Either BIOSC-172L or BIOSC-106 and either BIOSC-110 or CHEM-119
0845         TWTH       1:30-4:40pm      AT-101         Lock, P              1/27-5/22   or BIOSC-172 and BIOSC-172L.
                                                                                         1932       TTH       9:35-11:00am B-12                    Ponomareff, G      1/27-5/22
AUSER-226 Advanced Automotive Painting and Refinishing - (LR) - 5 Units                             TTH       11:10-12:35pm B-21
Prerequisite: AUSER-124 and AUSER-126                                                    1929       TTH       4:05-5:30pm B-8                      Dixon, D           1/27-5/22
0846         TWTH       1:30-4:40pm      AT-101         Lock, P              1/27-5/22              TTH       2:30-3:55pm B-21
                                                                                         1894       TTH       5:50-7:15pm B-8                      Rowning, B         1/27-5/22
                                                                                                    TTH       7:25-8:50pm B-21
      Biological Science

BIOSC-099    Occupational Work Experience - (LR) - 1 Unit                                BIOSC-132   Human Anatomy - (LR) - 4 Units
0333				                                                Krolikowski, K       1/27-5/22   1972        TH          9:25-12:35pm B-7                  TieberNielson, L   1/27-5/22
                                                                                                     T           9:25-12:35pm B-39
                                                                                         1969        MW          9:35-11:00am B-7                  Staff, C           1/27-5/22
BIOSC-106 Experimental Analysis in Biology - (P/NP) - .5 Unit                                        MW          11:10-12:35pm B-39
Short Term/Late Start                                                                    1961        MW          11:10-12:35pm B-12                Coatney, E         1/27-5/22
0731        F         9:35-12:25pm B-24              Staff, C           1/31-3/13                    MW          9:25-10:50am B-39
            Section 0731 meets 1/31, 2/7, 2/21, 3/1, 2/28, 3/6, and 3/13. No class       1962        MW          11:10-12:35pm B-12                Coatney, E         1/27-5/22
meeting on 2/14.                                                                                     MW          12:45-2:10pm B-39
0733        F         12:45-3:35pm B-24              Staff, C           1/31-3/13        1977        MW          12:45-2:10pm B-7                  Majlesi, R         1/27-5/22
            Section 0733 meets 1/31, 2/7, 2/21, 2/28, 3/6, and 3/13. No class                        MW          2:30-3:55pm B-39
meeting on 2/14.                                                                         2087        TW          5:50-7:15pm B-2                   Takata, S          1/27-5/22
0736        TH        5:50-8:40pm B-24               Dixon, D           3/19-4/30                    TW          7:25-8:50pm B-39
            Section 0736 meets: 3/19, 3/26, 4/09, 4/16, 4/23, and 4/30. No class         1965        MW          5:50-7:15pm B-39                  Staff, C           1/27-5/22
meeting on 4/3.                                                                                      MW          7:25-8:50pm B-7
0734        F         9:35-12:25pm B-24              Staff, C            3/20-5/1
            Section 0734 meets 3/20, 3/27, 4/10, 4/17, 4/24 and 5/1. No class
meeting on 4/4.                                                                          BIOSC-134 Human Physiology - (LR) - 4 Units
Weekend                                                                                  Prerequisite: BIOSC 106 and either BIOSC 110 OR CHEM 119
0732        S         9:35-12:25pm B-24             Capehart, G         3/21-5/2         2151        T           9:25-12:35pm      B-7             Coatney, E         1/27-5/22
            Section 0732 meets 3/21, 3/28, 4/11, 4/18, 4/25, and 5/2. No class                       TH          9:25-12:35pm      B-39
meeting on 4/4.                                                                          2144        T           12:45-3:55pm      B-7             Rowning, B         1/27-5/22
                                                                                                     TH          12:45-3:55pm      B-39
                                                                                         2131        T           5:50-9:00pm       B-7             Ochong, E          1/27-5/22
                                                                                                     TH          5:50-9:00pm       B-39

                                                                                         BIOSC-145 Organismal Biology - (LR) - 4 Units
                                                                                         Prerequisite: BIOSC 106, MATH 120 or high level math course
                                                                                         2164        T           9:25-12:35pm B-8                  Dixon, D           1/27-5/22
                                                                                                     TH          9:25-12:35pm B-24

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BIOSC-157 Foundations in Biotechnology - (LR) - 2 Units                                    BUS-120       Introduction to Management - (LR) - 3 Units
Corequisite: BIOSC-159                                                                     1104          TTH         11:10-12:35pm CTC-112             DeTorres, J       1/27-5/22
Advisory:    BIOSC-172L                                                                    Online and Partially Online Sections
1127          W         9:25-12:35pm B-18              Krolikowski, K       1/27-5/22      0343			                                     ONLINE         Shah, B            1/27-5/22
              Section 1127 incorporates work from the Soil Microbiome Project with                        Section 0343 is offered fully online. Students must complete an
Urban Tilth. Students who enroll in BioSc 157 also need to enroll in BioSc 159. These      orientation, either online or by attending an optional live orientation on Wednesday,
courses are a paired lecture and lab.                                                      1/29, 5:50-7:30pm in GE-225. Students unfamiliar with online courses are
                                                                                           encouraged to attend the live orientation. Students will receive a college email prior to
                                                                                           the start of class about the orientation requirement plus other important information.
BIOSC-159 Foundations in Biotechnology Labroratory - (LR) - 1 Unit
                                                                                           Students may contact their instructor at bshah@contracosta.edu.
Corequisite: BIOSC-157
1135          F         9:25-12:35pm B-22              Krolikowski, K       1/27-5/22
              Section 1135 incorporates work from the Soil Microbiome Project with         BUS-125      Report Writing - (LR) - 3 Units
Urban Tilth. Students who enroll in BioSc 159 also need to enroll in BioSc 157. These      Online and Partially Online Sections
courses are a paired lecture and lab.                                                      6736			                                     ONLINE         Crocette, S          1/27-5/22
                                                                                                         Section 6736 is offered fully online. Students must complete an
                                                                                           orientation, either online or by attending an optional live orientation on Thursday, 1/30,
BIOSC-160    Nutrition - (LR) - 3 Units
                                                                                           5:50-7:30pm in GE-225. Students unfamiliar with online courses are encouraged to
1550         W           5:50-9:00pm       B-12          Staff, C            1/27-5/22
                                                                                           attend the live orientation. Students will receive a college email prior to the start of
                                                                                           class about the orientation requirement plus other important information. Students
BIOSC-298    Independent Study - (SC) - 1-4 Units                                          may contact their instructor at scrocette@contracosta.edu
Advisory:      Educational contract of study signed by an instructor, department chair
and college dean. Topics must extend beyond regular class offerings.
                                                                                           BUS-181      Applied Accounting I - (SC) - 3 Units
3270				                                                  Coatney, E          1/27-5/22
                                                                                           Online and Partially Online Sections
              Note: This section of independent study is for honors anatomy for
                                                                                           0182			                                     ONLINE         Pena, D              1/27-5/22
continuing students in anatomy. Please apply to Dr. E. Coatney at ecoatney@
                                                                                                         Section 0182 is offered fully online. Students must complete an
contracosta.edu to enroll in this class.
                                                                                           orientation, either online or by attending an optional live orientation on Monday, 1/27,
4478				                                                  Krolikowski, K      1/27-5/22
                                                                                           5:50-7:30pm in GE-225. Students unfamiliar with online courses are encouraged to
              Note: This section of BIOSC298 covers the content of BIOSC186 - Protein
                                                                                           attend the live orientation. Students will receive a college email prior to the start of
Purification and Analysis. Sample preparation, protein separation and purification,
                                                                                           class about the orientation requirement plus other important information. Students
column chromatography, large-scale recovery, and use of assays for recovery
                                                                                           may contact their instructor at dpena@contracosta.edu.
analysis are studied. Students practice isolating a specific protein from a complex
cell lysate using affinity and other forms of chromatography, and analyze the results
by qualitative and quantitative protein assays. Please apply to Dr. K. Krolikowski at      BUS-186       Principles of Accounting I - (LR) - 4 Units
kkrolikowski@contracosta.edu to enroll in this class.                                      6582          T           5:50-10:05pm CTC-113              Yamamoto, T       1/27-5/22
                                                                                           Online and Partially Online Sections
   Business                                                                                0186           F		                          ONLINE         Viertel, C           1/27-5/22
                                                                                                          Section 0186 is offered fully online. Students must complete an
                                                                                           orientation, either online or by attending an optional live orientation on Friday, 1/31,
BUS-099      Occupational Work Experience - (SC) - 1-4 Units
                                                                                           5:50-7:30pm in GE-104. Students unfamiliar with online courses are encouraged to
Corequisite: Employment in career-related field.
                                                                                           attend the live orientation. Students will receive a college email prior to the start of
3066				                                                Crocette, S         1/27-5/22
                                                                                           class about the orientation requirement plus other important information. Students
             Section 3066 is a variable unit course. Students interested in enrolling in
                                                                                           may contact their instructor at cviertel@contracosta.edu.
an Occupational Work Experience course must be employed or volunteering and must
                                                                                           6740			                                     ONLINE         Shah, B              1/27-5/22
attend a mandatory orientation on Monday, 1/27 in LLRC (Library) 107. For more
                                                                                                          Section 6740 is offered fully online. Students must complete an
information email Sabina Crocette at scrocette@contracosta.edu.
                                                                                           orientation, either online or by attending an optional live orientation on Wednesday,
                                                                                           1/29, 5:50-7:30pm in GE-225. Students unfamiliar with online courses are
BUS-109      Introduction to Business - (SC) - 3 Units                                     encouraged to attend the live orientation. Students will receive a college email prior to
4822         MW          12:45-2:10pm CTC-113            DeTorres, J         1/27-5/22     the start of class about the orientation requirement plus other important information.
6579         TTH         12:45-2:10pm CTC-114            DeTorres, J         1/27-5/22     Students may contact their instructor at bshah@contracosta.edu.
6583         T           5:50-9:00pm CTC-112             DeTorres, J         1/27-5/22
Online and Partially Online Sections
0259			                                     ONLINE         Shah, B            1/27-5/22   BUS-187       Principles of Accounting II - (LR) - 4 Units
               Section 0259 is offered fully online. Students must complete an            Prerequisite: BUS 186 with a grade of “C” or better.
orientation, either online or by attending an optional live orientaion on Wednesday,      0338          TH          6:00-10:15pm CTC-112             Yamamoto, T          1/27-5/22
1/29, 5:50-7:30pm in GE-225. Students unfamiliar with online courses are                  Online and Partially Online Sections
encouraged to attend the live orientation. Students will receive a college email prior to 0261          F		                            ONLINE        Viertel, C           1/27-5/22
the start of class about the orientation requirement plus other important information.    			                                          -
Students may contact their instructor at bshah@contracosta.edu.
                                                                                                        Section 0261 is offered fully online. Students must complete an
4589			                                     ONLINE         Shah, B            1/27-5/22
                                                                                          orientation, either online or by attending an optional live orientation on Friday, 1/31,
               Section 4589 is offered fully online. Students must complete an
orientation, either online or by attending an optional live orientation on Wednesday,     5:50-7:30pm in GE-104. Students unfamiliar with online courses are encouraged to
1/29, 5:50-7:30pm in GE-225. Students unfamiliar with online courses are                  attend the live orientation. Students will receive a college email prior to the start of
encouraged to attend the live orientation. Students will receive a college email prior to class about the orientation requirement plus other important information. Students
the start of class about the orientation requirement plus other important information.    may contact their instructor at cviertel@contracosta.edu.
Students may contact their instructor at bshah@contracosta.edu.
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BUS-188      Accounting with Quickbooks - (SC) - 1.5 Units                                  BOT-243      General Office Procedures - (SC) - 3 Units
Online and Partially Online Sections                                                        Online and Partially Online Sections
0188			                                     ONLINE         Viertel, C           1/27-5/22   1046			                                    ONLINE          Rudy, P              1/27-5/22
              Section 0188 is offered fully online. Students must complete an                            Section 1046 is offered fully online. All instruction will be online. Go to
orientation, either online or by attending an optional live orientation on Friday, 1/31,    www.contracosta.edu/online for course access information. Your instructor will send
5:50-7:30pm in GE-104. Students unfamiliar with online courses are encouraged to            a college email to you prior to class. You may contact your instructor at prudy@
attend the live orientation. Students will receive a college email prior to the start of    contracosta.edu.
class about the orientation requirement plus other important information. Students
may contact their instructor at cviertel@contracosta.edu.                                         Chemistry

BUS-294      Business Law - (LR) - 3 Units                                                  CHEM-119 Introductory Chemistry - (SC) - 4 Units
6586         M           5:50-9:00pm       CTC-112         DeTorres, J        1/27-5/22     Prerequisite: MATH-118
Online and Partially Online Sections                                                        6721         MW          11:10-12:35pm PS-106             Dang, T             1/27-5/22
0260			                                     ONLINE         Shah, B            1/27-5/22                  M           2:30-5:40pm PS-14
               Section 0260 is offered fully online. Students must complete an              6479         MW          11:10-12:35pm PS-106             Dang, T             1/27-5/22
orientation, either online or by attending an optional live orientation on Wednesday,                    W           2:30-5:40pm PS-14
1/29, 5:50-7:30pm in GE-225. Students unfamiliar with online courses are                    3272         TTH         11:10-12:35pm PS-106             Becraft, K          1/27-5/22
encouraged to attend the live orientation. Students will receive a college email prior to                T           2:30-5:40pm PS-14
the start of class about the orientation requirement plus other important information.      6722         TTH         11:10-12:35pm PS-106             Becraft, K          1/27-5/22
Students may contact their instructor at bshah@contracosta.edu.                                          TH          2:30-5:40pm PS-14
                                                                                            6480         M           7:00-10:10pm PS-106              Borglin, S          1/27-5/22
      Business Office Technologies                                                                       W           7:00-10:10pm PS-14
                                                                                            Online and Partially Online Sections
BOT-099      Occupational Work Experience - (LR) - 1-4 Units                                4627			                                 PART-ONL         Tran, N           1/27-5/22
Corequisite: Employment in career-related field.                                                        S          9:10-1:00pm PS-14
0153				                                                Crocette, S         1/27-5/22                   S          1:10-4:00pm PS-106
             Section 0153 is a variable unit course. Students interested in enrolling in                Section 4627 is offered in a partially online format with mandatory
an Occupational Work Experience course must be employed or volunteering and must            meetings on Saturdays: 2/29, 4/11, and 5/16 from 9:10 - 4:00pm in PS-106.
attend a mandatory orientation on Monday, 1/27 in LLRC-107 (Library). For more              Students must contact Professor N. Tran at ntran@contracosta.edu.
information email Sabina Crocette at scrocette@contracosta.edu.
                                                                                            CHEM-120 General College Chemistry I - (SC) - 5 Units
BOT-210A     Keyboard Skills through Word Processing - (SC) - 2 Units                       Prerequisite: MATH-120 or equivalent (Intermediate Algebra).
7707        MW         8:00-9:25am CTC-131             Rudy, P              1/27-5/22       Advisory:     High school science preparation including a course in chemistry with
7709        TTH        8:00-9:25am CTC-131             Rudy, P              1/27-5/22       a laboratory (equivalent to CHEM-119). The ability to read and write at the ENGL-
0371        MF         12:15-1:30pm KENNEDYH Moore, L                       2/24-5/22       001A level or equivalent. A diagnostic exam may be given to assist the student in
            W          12:45-2:00pm                                                         determining whether or not she has adequate preparation for the course.
            This section is a dual enrollment course for students in the ITA Academy        0195          TTH        7:50-9:15am PS-106              Lau, J              1/27-5/22
at Kennedy High School.                                                                                   TTH        9:25-12:35pm PS-6
                                                                                            0214          MW         12:45-2:10pm PS-106             Sidharta, S         1/27-5/22
                                                                                                          MW         2:30-5:40pm PS-6
BOT-224       Microsoft Excel for Business - (SC) - 3.5 Units                               0193          MW         5:15-6:40pm PS-106              Kim, H              1/27-5/22
Prerequisite: CIS-135 with a minimum grade of “C”                                                         MW         6:50-10:00pm PS-6
Online and Partially Online Sections
1024		                   -                 ONLINE          Rudy, P              1/27-5/22
             Section 1024 is offered fully online. All instruction will be online. Go to    CHEM-121 General College Chemistry II - (SC) - 5 Units
www.contracosta.edu/online for course access information. Your instructor will send         Prerequisite: CHEM-120 or equivalent.
a college email to you prior to class. You may contact your instructor at prudy@            0234         MW          7:50-9:15am PS-106               Lau, J              1/27-5/22
contracosta.edu.                                                                                         MW          9:25-12:35pm PS-5

BOT-242      Microsoft Outlook for Business - (SC) - 2 Units                                CHEM-227 Organic Chemistry II - (SC) - 5 Units
Online and Partially Online Sections                                                        Prerequisite: CHEM-226 or equivalent.
0337			                                     ONLINE         Reyes, F             1/27-3/20   Advisory:     Recommend English reading and composition skills at the ENGL-001A
               Section 0337 is offered fully online. Students must complete a             level or equivalent.
MANDATORY ORIENTATION by attending a LIVE orientation on Monday, 1/27, 10:00-             0237          TTH       12:45-2:10pm PS-106             Alexander, L        1/27-5/22
11:00am or by watching a recorded format of this meeting on the same night.                             TH        2:30-9:00pm PS-6
Students are required to submit an online mandatory introduction in Canvas to be
considered as a show on the first week of class. Section 0337 utilizes the college’s      CHEM-298 Independent Study - (SC) - 1 Units
course management system, Canvas, and requires students to have computer/internet         Prerequisite: Educational contract of study signed by an instructor, department chair
access and Outlook 2016 to obtain homework and supplemental materials. The                and college dean; topics must extend beyond regular course offerings.
mandatory orientation will cover some basic computers skills to be successful in this     2982				                                                Alexander, L        1/27-5/22
online class. Students will receive a college email prior to the start of class about the
orientation requirement plus other important information. Students may contact their
instructor at freyes@contracosta.edu.
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      Chinese                                                                              CIS-135      Introduction to Computers - (SC) - 4 Units
                                                                                           3063         TTH         8:00-9:25am CTC-114                Chan, R           1/27-5/22
CHIN-120     First-Semester Mandarin - (SC) - 5 Units                                                   TTH         9:35-11:00am CTC-128
2426			                                   PART-ONL         Teng, Y           1/27-5/22     3068         MW          9:35-11:00am CTC-114               Chan, R           1/27-5/22
              TH         11:10-12:35pm AA-103                                                           MW          11:10-12:35pm CTC-128
              Section 2426 is offered in a partially online format with mandatory          3065         MW          7:25-8:50pm CTC-114                Phipps II, T      1/27-5/22
meetings on Thursdays, 11:10 - 12:35pm in AA-103. You will receive a college email                      MW          9:00-10:25pm CTC-128
prior to the class. Students may contact their instructor at yteng@contracosta.edu.        Online and Partially Online Sections
                                                                                           3070			                                     ONLINE         Reyes, F             1/27-5/22
CHIN-121     Second-Semester Mandarin - (SC) - 5 Units                                                    Section 3070 is offered fully online. Students must complete a
Advisory:    Chinese 120.                                                                  MANDATORY ORIENTATION by attending a LIVE orientation on Wednesday of the
Online and Partially Online Sections                                                       first week of Spring 2020 Semester, from 12:40-3:30pm in CTC-127. Section 3070
3362			                                   PART-ONL         Teng, Y           1/27-5/22     utilizes the college’s course management system, Canvas, and requires students
              TH        11:10-12:35pm AA-103                                               to have computer access to obtain homework and supplemental materials. The
              Section 3362 is offered in a partially online format with mandatory          mandatory orientation will cover some basic computers skills to be successful in this
meetings on Thursdays 11:10-12:35 in AA-103. You will receive a college email prior        online class. Students will receive a college email prior to the start of class about the
to the class. Students may contact their instructor at yteng@contracosta.edu.              orientation requirement plus other important information. Students may contact their
                                                                                           instructor at freyes@contracosta.edu.
      Computer and Communications Tech
                                                                                           CIS-166B      Advanced Web Page Development - (SC) - 1.5 Units
CCT-275      Introduction to Networks CCNA 1 - (SC) - 4 Units                              Prerequisite: CIS-166A or pass CIS-166A exam with 70% or greater
0344 TTH 12:45-2:10pm CTC-132     Reyes, F                                   1/27-5/22     0816        TTH       4:30-5:40pm MITA                Wynn, A            1/27-5/22
			                   2:20-3:45pm                                                                      Section 0816 is a Dual Enrollment course for students at Mare Island
                                                                                           Technology Academy.
      Computer Information Systems
                                                                                           CIS-190B     Windows Fundamentals - (SC) - 1.5 Units
CIS-099      Occupational Work Experience - (LR) - 1-4 Units                               Short Term/Late Start
Corequisite: Employment in career-related field.                                           0373       MF        10:00-11:35am KENNEDYHS Moore, L                     3/23-5/22
0190				                                                Crocette, S         1/27-5/22                 W         9:43-10:33am
             Section 0190 is a variable unit course. Students interested in enrolling in              W         10:33-11:18am
an Occupational Work Experience course must be employed or volunteering and must                      Section 0373 is a dual enrollment course for students in the ITA
attend a mandatory orientation on Monday, 1/27 in LLRC-107 (Library). For more             Academy at Kennedy High School.
information email Sabina Crocette at scrocette@contracosta.edu.
                                                                                              Computer Science
CIS-101      IT Essentials - Technician Course - (SC) - 4 Units
0191         TTH         9:25-12:35pm CTC-132             Reyes, F           1/27-5/22     COMP-110     Introduction to Computational Science - (LR) - 2 Units
                                                                                           Advisory:    MATH 171
                                                                                           0836         W        4:05-5:30pm         PS-107            Bansal, G         1/27-5/22
CIS-110      Fundamental Computer Literacy - (SC) - 2 Units
Short Term/Late Start
0271        TTH        12:45-3:55pm CTC-127               Hunt, J            3/24-5/21     COMP-112     Introduction to Programming - (LR) - 4 Units
            Section 0271 is part of the Forklift, Logistics, Operations, and Warehouse     Advisory:    MATH-118; basic knowledge of computer usage.
(FLOW) program but is open to all students. To enroll please contact Evan Decker at        0835         M        2:30-5:40pm PS-107           Bansal, G                  1/27-5/22
(510) 215-3977 or at edecker@contracosta.edu.
                                                                                           COMP-165 Advanced Programming With C and C++ - (LR) - 4 Units
CIS-125      Computer Logic Concepts - (SC) - 3 Units                                      Prerequisite: COMP-112
0812        MW        4:00-5:25pm MITA                Staff, C           1/27-5/22         0837         M           5:50-9:00pm      PS-107            Bansal, G         1/27-5/22
            Section 0812 is a Dual Enrollment course for students at Mare Island           0838         M           5:50-9:00pm      PS-107            Bansal, G         1/27-5/22
Technology Academy.
                                                                                           COMP-280 Computer Structure and Organization - (LR) - 4 Units
                                                                                           Prerequisite: COMP-251
                                                                                           0244         W           5:40-8:50pm      PS-107            Bansal, G         1/27-5/22

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      Cooperative Education                                                                 COUNS-120 Managing College Success and Life Transitions - (SC) - 3 Units
                                                                                            0842          MTW        9:33-10:23am ACPA                Staff, C            1/27-5/22
COOP-160     General Work Experience Education - (LR) - 1-3 Units                                         This course will be held at Aspire High School as part of the Early
1603				                                                 Baatin, A          1/27-5/22       College Credit Program.
              All registered students must attend a mandatory orientation on Monday         0841          TWTH       10:33-11:23am ACPA               Staff, C            1/27-5/22
1/27, 5:30-7:00pm OR Tuesday 1/28 5:30-7:00pm in the CCC Library Tutoring                                 This course will be held at Aspire High School as part of the Early
Lab (LLRC 125) to participate in this course. The COOP Application and Learning             College Credit Program.
Objectives must be completed online (www.contracosta.edu/COOP) to submit during             2398          MW         11:10-12:35pm AA-142             Azizi, N            1/27-5/22
orientation and to complete your registration for the course. Learning Objectives must      5144          TTH        11:10-12:35pm GE-111             Lockett, N          1/27-5/22
be signed by the site supervisor.                                                                         Section 5144 is designed for new and continuing EOPS students but is
Short Term/Late Start                                                                       open to all students. Please contact the instructor at nlockett@contracosta.edu.
0741			                                    Staff, C       2/24-5/22                         3247          TTH        12:45-2:10pm GE-214              Phillips, A         1/27-5/22
             Section 0741 is designed to assist students whose employment or                Online and Partially Online Sections
volunteer position does not relate to their college major or career goals. All registered   2399			                                     ONLINE          Perez, D             1/27-5/22
students must attend a mandatory orientation on Tuesday, 2/25/19 6:00-7:00pm                               Section 2399 is offered fully online. Instructor will send college email
in the CCC Library Tutoring Lab (LLRC 125) to participate in this course. The COOP          prior to the class. Students may contact their instructor at dperez@contracosta.edu.
Application and Learning Objectives must be completed online (www.contracosta.edu/          0849			                                     ONLINE          Azizi, N             2/24-5/22
COOP) to submit during orientation and to complete your registration for the course.                       Section 0849 is offered in an online format. You will receive a college email
Learning Objectives must be signed by the site supervisor.                                  prior to the class. Students may contact their instructor at nazizi@contracosta.edu.

COOP-170     Occupational Work Experience Education - (LR) - 1-4 Units                      COUNS-130 Career and Major Exploration - (SC) - 1.5 Units
1727				                                                 Baatin, A          1/27-5/22       Short Term/Late Start
              All registered students must attend a mandatory orientation on Monday         0129         TTH         9:35-11:00am AA-135             Phillips, A         1/28-3/19
1/27, 5:30-7:00pm OR Tuesday 1/28 6:00 5:30-7:00pm in the CCC Library Tutoring                           Section 0129 is for new and continuing FYE Students, but is open to all
Lab (LLRC 125) to participate in this course. The COOP Application and Learning             students. Students interested in this course are advised to contact Andrea Phillips,
Objectives must be completed online (www.contracosta.edu/COOP) to submit during             aphillips@contracosta.edu.
orientation and to complete your registration for the course. Learning Objectives must      4462         F           9:35-12:45pm GE-214             Cadungug, K         1/31-3/27
be signed by the site supervisor. For questions, email abaatin@contracosta.edu.                          Section 4462 is for new and continuing FYE Students, but is open to all
Short Term/Late Start                                                                       students. Students interested in this course are advised to contact Kelley Cadungug,
0739			                                    Staff, C       2/24-5/22                         kcadungug@contracosta.edu.
             Section 0739 is designed to assist students whose employment or                4447         TTH         11:10-12:35pm AA-142            Boland Drain, S     3/24-5/21
volunteer position does not relate to their college major or career goals. All registered
students must attend a mandatory orientation on Monday, 2/24, 5:30-7:00pm in
                                                                                            COUNS-140 Job Search Strategies - (SC) - 1.5 Units
the CCC Library Tutoring Lab (LLRC 125) ) to participate in this course. The COOP
                                                                                            Short Term/Late Start
Application and Learning Objectives must be completed online (www.contracosta.edu/
COOP) to submit during orientation and to complete your registration for the course.        1493          TTH        2:20-3:30pm OC                     Staff, C           3/10-5/21
Learning Objectives must be signed by the site supervisor.                                                Section 1493 is a Dual Enrollment course for students at Sylvester
                                                                                            Greenwood Academy. Students interested in this course should contact Christina
                                                                                            Craig-Chardon, Early College Credit Coordinator, (510) 215-4009, ccraig@
      Counseling                                                                            contracosta.edu.
                                                                                            3405          MW         12:45-2:10pm CTC-127               Chavez Baquero, D 3/23-5/20
COUNS-103B Ensuring Transfer Success - (LR) - 1.5 Units                                                   Section 3405 is part of the Forklift, Logistics, Operations, and Warehouse
Puente                                                                                      (FLOW) learning community and requires participation in an orientation to enroll.
4450         T         12:45-2:10pm AA-135              Valdez-Jimenez, N 1/27-5/22         Please contact Evan Decker at (510)215-3977 or at edecker@contracosta.edu to
             Section 4450 is part of the Puente Project. Students must also enroll in       participate in the program.
ENGL-002B and attend orientation. To register for classes and join the Puente Project,      Online and Partially Online Sections
contact nvaldez-jimenez@contracosta.edu for program eligibility and orientation dates.      1406			                                    ONLINE           Boland Drain, S      3/23-5/22
                                                                                                           Section 1406 is offered online. All instruction will be online. Your
COUNS-108 Introduction to Educational Planning - (P/NP) - .2 Unit                           instructor will send a college email to you prior to class. You may contact your
Short Term/Late Start                                                                       instructor at sboland@contracosta.edu. Section 1406 is for new and continuing FYE
4403          F          9:35-1:25pm GE-211              Gonzalez, L          1/17-1/17     students, but is open to all students. Students interested in this course are advised to
              This course is intended for new students. Please complete the online          contact Sarah Boland. , sboland@contracosta.edu
orientation and the math and English assessments prior to the first class meeting.          4448			                                    ONLINE           Boland Drain, S      3/23-5/22
Bring a printout of assessment results and high school transcripts, if applicable.                         Section 4448 is offered in an online format. You will receive a
                                                                                            college email prior to the class. Students may contact their instructor at sboland@
                                                                                            contracosta.edu.

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