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BIO 1 The Life Sciences (Section 90300D - 3 units)

Biology 1 is an integrated survey of the major principles of biology. Students focus on cellular and molecular biology, biochemistry, reproduction, genetics, evolution, population biology, and ecology. This course is recommended for students seeking to fulfill the general education requirement in life sciences or as an introductory course for students pursuing advanced study in life sciences. 

  • Course Length: 6/20/2016 – 7/29/2016
  • Meets: Mon/Wed  8:00 am to 12:20 pm
  • Room: B 311 
  • First Class Meeting On: 6/20/2016
    Add By: 6/21/2016 or Until Filled
  • Drop Without “W” By: 6/21/2016
  • Drop With “W” By: 7/13/2016

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BIO 1L The Life Sciences Lab (Section 90310D - 1 unit)

(Enrollment in BIO 1L requires concurrent enrollment or previous completion of BIO 1.)

This is a laboratory survey of the major principles of biology. It is the recommended course to accompany Biology 1. Topics include the application of laboratory equipment and procedures to the investigation of biological systems at the biochemical, cellular, organismal, population, and community levels. This course does not include animal dissections. Students may take BIO 1L independently or concurrently with the BIO 1 lecture course, but not prior to it. Field trips may be required to fulfill the course objectives. 

  • Course Length: 6/20/2016 – 7/29/2016
  • Meets: Tues/Thurs 8:00 am to 12:05 pm
  • Room: LSB 110
  • First Class Meeting On: 6/21/2016
    Add By: 6/22/2016 or Until Filled
  • Drop Without “W” By: 6/22/2016
  • Drop With “W” By: 7/14/2016

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CIM 141 Creating a Webpage Using HTML (Section 90355D - 3 units)

This course covers HyperText Markup Language (HTML) for building a business website for viewing on desktop and mobile devices using a browser. Topics include Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) lists, links, graphics, tables, multimedia, web forms, and Responsive Web Design for mobile devices. 

  • Course Length: 6/20/2016 – 7/29/2016
  • Meets: Mon/Wed/Fri  11:30 am to 2:05 pm
  • Room: B 116
  • First Class Meeting On: 6/20/2016
  • Add By: 6/26/2016 or Until Filled
  • Drop Without “W” By: 6/26/2016
  • Drop With “W” By: 7/14/2016 


MGT 1 Introduction to Business (Section 90365D - 3 units)

This course is a survey in business providing a multi-disciplinary examination of how culture, society, economic systems, legal, international, political, financial institutions, and human behavior interact to affect a business organization's policy and practices within the US and a global society. The course demonstrates how these influences impact the primary areas of business including: organizational structure and design; leadership, human resource management, organized labor practices; marketing; organizational communication; technology; entrpreneurship; legal; accounting, financial practices; the stock and securities market; and therefore affect the ability of a business to achieve its organizational goals. 

  • Course Length: 6/20/2016 – 7/29/2016
  • Meets: Mon/Tues/Wed/Thurs  3:00 pm to 5:05 pm
  • Room: BSTIC 101 
  • First Class Meeting On: 6/20/2016
  • Add By: 6/26/2016 or Until Filled
  • Drop Without “W” By: 6/26/2016
  • Drop With “W” By: 7/14/2016


MUS 28 History of Rock Music (Section 90320D - 3 units)

This course traces the development and history of rock music from the US Civil War to the present. Students study musical, sociological and political aspects of rock music as ewll as important people, ensembles, and institutions of the genre. The course includes a general study of musical elements such as melody, harmony, rhythm and orchestration as they pertain to the diverse styles of rock music. Attendance at live concerts may be required. 

  • Course Length: 6/20/2016 – 7/29/2016
  • Meets: Tues/Thurs  8:00 am to 12:05 pm
  • Room: A 311 
  • First Class Meeting On: 6/21/2016
  • Add By: 6/22/2016 or Until Filled
  • Drop Without “W” By: 6/22/2016
  • Drop With “W” By: 7/14/2016


PSYC 1 Introduction to Psychology (Section 90480D - 3 units)

This course is an introduction to the major concepts, theoretical perspectives, empirical findings, and historical trends in psychology. Credit may be earned in either PSYC 1 or 1H, but not both.

  • Course Length: 6/20/2016 – 7/29/2016
  • Meets: Tues/Wed/Thurs  6:00 pm to 8:30 pm
  • Room: A 307A
  • First Class Meeting On: 6/21/2016
  • Add By: 6/27/2016 or Until Filled
  • Drop Without “W” By: 6/27/2016
  • Drop With “W” By: 7/14/2016

 

 

SPAN 2 Beginning Spanish II (Section 90335D - 5 units)

(Enrollment in SPAN 2 requires satisfactory completion of SPAN 1 or SPAN 1B, or two years of high school Spanish.)

This course is designed to expand the fundamentals of communicating in Spanish, including listening comprehension, reading, writing and basic conversation. The emphasis is on the comprehension of spoken and written Spanish. Students actively participate in clssroom oral activities. This course expands beginning writing skills and presents more information about Hispanic daily life and culture. Throughout the course the role of grammar is secondary to that of acquiring basic competence in Spanish. SPAN 2 is taught in Spanish.

  • Course Length: 6/20/2016 – 7/29/2016
  • Meets: Mon/Tues/Wed/Thurs  8:00 am to 11:25 am
  • Room: A 123
  • First Class Meeting On: 6/20/2016
    Add By: 6/26/2016 or Until Filled
  • Drop Without “W” By: 6/26/2016
  • Drop With “W” By: 7/14/2016

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TU 301 Supervised Tutoring (Section 90485 - 0 units) 

(Must be referred by a counselor or instructor.)

This course is designed to facilitate student learning by offering peer tutoring in mathematics, English (writing), ESL, reading, and study skills. Peer tutors are advanced students certified by the college and trained in tutoring techniques. The course is recommended for all students experiencing difficulty in mastering study and basic skills concepts in their academic courses. Generally, tutoring is in small group settings. It is an openentry/open-exit course. 
 
  • Course Length: 6/20/2016 – 7/29/2016
  • Meets: TBA
  • Room: BSTIC 110
  • First Class Meeting On: 6/20/2016
    Add By: 7/29/2016 or Until Filled
  • Drop Without “W” By: 6/26/2016
  • Drop With “W” By: 7/15/2016
 

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Contact

Janice Brown
Senior Specialist
T:  949-451-5605
E:  jbrown@ivc.edu

Nicholas Naranjo
Senior Specialist
T:  949-451-5412
E:  nnaranjo@ivc.edu

Department Hours

Monday:​  9:00 am-6:00 pm​
​Tuesday: ​ 9:00 am-6:00 pm
​Wednesday: ​ 9:00 am-6:00 pm
​Thursday:  9:00 am-6:00 pm
​Friday: ​ 9:00 am-Noon (12:00 pm)
 
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