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CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY<br />

DOMINGUEZ HILLS<br />

S u m m e r S e s s i o n s 2 0 1 8<br />

S e s s i o n I C l a s s e s B e g i n M a y 2 6<br />

S e s s i o n I I C l a s s e s B e g i n J u l y 7


Quick Reference<br />

Academic Calendar.....................4<br />

Index of Classes ..................... 5<br />

Schedule of Classes .................. 6<br />

Registration Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20<br />

General Information...................24<br />

Map of Campus ......................26<br />

Registration Form . . . . . . . . ............27<br />

<strong>Summer</strong> <strong>Sessions</strong><br />

<strong>2018</strong> <strong>Summer</strong><br />

Classes Begin May 26<br />

Cover Photo ©2017 Michael Pliskin<br />

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<strong>Summer</strong> <strong>Sessions</strong><br />

DO YOU WANT TO TAKE<br />

UNIVERSITY CLASSES NOW?<br />

<strong>CSUDH</strong> <strong>Summer</strong> Session is an easy way for anyone to participate<br />

in regular university classes at CSU Dominguez Hills.<br />

Registration is easy - formal admission to <strong>CSUDH</strong> is not required.<br />

Simply call 310-243-3741.<br />

Each class you take through <strong>Summer</strong> <strong>Sessions</strong> at <strong>CSUDH</strong><br />

may apply toward your future degree while you enhance your<br />

professional skills and explore your personal interests.<br />

High School students who will have completed their junior year<br />

by June may register with the written support of their principal or<br />

counselor accompanying their registration form and fees.<br />

Earning Credit Toward a Degree Through<br />

<strong>Summer</strong> Session<br />

<strong>Summer</strong> Session courses are recorded as resident credit on <strong>CSUDH</strong> transcripts<br />

and can count toward undergraduate and graduate degrees at <strong>CSUDH</strong><br />

• Take <strong>CSUDH</strong> credit courses without being<br />

admitted to the university. No transcripts,<br />

applications, or other documentation<br />

are required. Apply credits you earn to a<br />

degree later, if you wish.<br />

• Test a degree program to see if it suits<br />

your educational aspirations.<br />

• Improve your grade point average if your<br />

first attempt at college courses was<br />

less than successful. If you have been<br />

disqualified from the university or denied<br />

admission because of a grade point<br />

deficiency, you can enroll in <strong>Summer</strong><br />

Session and get a second chance to show<br />

your true potential.<br />

For further information:<br />

call 310-243-3741<br />

or email: learn@csudh.edu<br />

or go to:<br />

www.csudh.edu/summer<br />

Facebook/Instagram: @<strong>CSUDH</strong>Intersession<br />

• Complete requirements for a degree<br />

begun at another university.<br />

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Academic Program Calendar <strong>Summer</strong> Semester <strong>2018</strong><br />

<strong>Summer</strong> Session 1<br />

(First 6 weeks of summer term) - Saturday, May 26 - Friday, July 6, <strong>2018</strong><br />

Mar 19-May 25 Registration - Session 1<br />

May 25<br />

Last day to completely withdraw with 100% refund (less $10 processing fee).<br />

May 25<br />

Last Day for students on waitlists to be added to courses for Session 1. All waitlists will be cancelled at midnight.<br />

May 26<br />

Classes Begin<br />

May 28<br />

Memorial Day Holiday Observed - No Classes; Campus Closed<br />

May 26-Jun 1 Late Registration - Session 1 ($25 late registration fee assessed)<br />

Jun 1<br />

Last day to add a class<br />

Jun 1<br />

Last day to change grading option to Credit/No Credit<br />

Jun 8<br />

Last Day to Drop/Completely Withdraw without "W" grade***<br />

Jun 9-29 Withdrawal for Serious and Compelling Reason<br />

Jul 4<br />

Independence Day Holiday Observed - No Classes; Campus Closed<br />

Jul 4-6<br />

Withdrawal for Serious Accident or Illness<br />

Jul 6<br />

Last Day of Class<br />

Jul 9<br />

Final Grades due via My<strong>CSUDH</strong><br />

<strong>Summer</strong> Session 2<br />

(Second 6 weeks of summer term) - Saturday, July 7 - Friday, August 17, <strong>2018</strong><br />

Mar 19-Jul 6 Registration -Session 2<br />

Jul 6<br />

Last Day to completely withdraw with 100% Refund (less $10 processing fee).<br />

Jul 6<br />

Last Day for students on waitlists to be added to courses for Session 2. All waitlists will be cancelled at midnight.<br />

Jul 7<br />

Classes Begin<br />

Jul 7-13 Late Registration - Session 2 ($25 late registration fee assessed)<br />

Jul 13<br />

Last Day to Add a Course**<br />

Jul 13<br />

Last Day to Request CR/NC option*<br />

Jul 20<br />

Last Day to Drop/Completely Withdraw without "W" grade***<br />

Jul 21-Aug 10 Withdrawal for Serious and Compelling Reason<br />

Aug 11-17 Withdrawal for Serious Accident or Illness<br />

Aug 17<br />

Last Day of Class<br />

Aug 20<br />

Final Grades due via My<strong>CSUDH</strong><br />

Regular Session (entire 11 week summer term) - Saturday, May 26 - Friday, August 17, <strong>2018</strong><br />

Mar 19-May 25<br />

May 25<br />

May 25<br />

May 26<br />

May 26-Jun 1<br />

May 28<br />

Jun 1<br />

Jun 1<br />

Jun 8<br />

Jun 9-Aug 10<br />

Jul 4<br />

Aug 11-17<br />

Aug 17<br />

Aug 20<br />

Registration - Regular Session<br />

Last day to completely withdraw with 100% refund (less $10 processing fee).<br />

Last Day for students on waitlists to be added to courses for Session 1. All waitlists will be cancelled at midnight.<br />

Classes Begin<br />

Late Registration - Session 1 ($25 late registration fee assessed)<br />

Memorial Day Holiday Observed - No Classes; Campus Closed<br />

Last day to add a class<br />

Last day to change grading option to Credit/No Credit<br />

Last Day to Drop/Completely Withdraw without "W" grade***<br />

Withdrawal for Serious and Compelling Reason<br />

Independence Day Holiday Observed - No Classes; Campus Closed<br />

Withdrawal for Serious Accident or Illness<br />

Last Day of Class<br />

Final Grades due via My<strong>CSUDH</strong><br />

4


A<br />

Index<br />

Abbreviation Key 19<br />

Academic Program Calendar 4<br />

Academic Program Course<br />

Offerings:<br />

Regular Session 6<br />

Session One 9<br />

Session Two 14<br />

Accounting 10, 14<br />

Add Classes 23<br />

Africana Studies 9, 14<br />

Anthropology 14<br />

Art 9, 14<br />

Asian-Pacific Studies 9, 14<br />

B<br />

Biology 9, 14<br />

Business 6, 10, 14<br />

C<br />

Calendar 4<br />

Chemistry 7<br />

Chicano/Chicana Studies 10,<br />

15<br />

Class Times 19<br />

Clinical Science 10, 15<br />

Communications 7, 10, 15<br />

Computer Forensics 7, 10, 15<br />

Computer Info Systems 6, 10,<br />

15<br />

Computer Science 11, 15<br />

Course Fees 22<br />

Criminal Justice 7,<br />

D<br />

Dance 11, 15<br />

Dishonored Check Policy 22<br />

Drop Classes 23<br />

E<br />

Earth Science 16<br />

Economics 6<br />

Education 8, 11, 16<br />

English 11, 16<br />

F<br />

Fees 22<br />

Finance 6<br />

G<br />

General Information 24<br />

Grades 24<br />

Graduate Education 8<br />

H<br />

Health Science 16<br />

History 11, 16<br />

How to Register 20<br />

Human Resource Mgt 6<br />

Human Services 8, 11<br />

Humanities 11, 16<br />

I<br />

Interdisciplinary Studies/PACE<br />

11, 17<br />

K<br />

Kinesiology 12, 17<br />

Key to Symbols and<br />

Abbreviations 19<br />

L<br />

Law 6<br />

M<br />

Management 6, 10<br />

Map of Campus 26<br />

Marital & Family Therapy 12<br />

Marketing 7<br />

Music 12, 17<br />

N<br />

Nursing (BSN) 8, 12<br />

Nursing (MSN) 12<br />

O<br />

Operations Mgt 7, 10, 15<br />

P<br />

Parking 24<br />

Philosophy 12<br />

Physics 12, 17<br />

Political Science 13, 17<br />

Psychology 13, 17<br />

Public Administration 9<br />

Q<br />

Quick Reference 2<br />

R<br />

Recreation & Leisure Studies 17<br />

Refunds 23<br />

Registration 20<br />

REGISTRATION FORM 27<br />

S<br />

Science, Mathematics &<br />

Technology 13, 18<br />

Social & Behaviorial Sciences<br />

13, 18<br />

Sociology 9, 13, 18<br />

Spanish 18<br />

Special Education 8, 16<br />

T<br />

Teacher Education 8, 11, 16<br />

Theater Arts 13, 18<br />

Transcripts 23<br />

W<br />

Women's Studies 13<br />

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CLASS<br />

NUMBER<br />

DEPARTMENT<br />

NR. & SEC.<br />

COURSE TITLE UNITS START TIME END TIME DAYS BLDG/RM INSTRU CTOR<br />

Academic Program Course Offerings -<br />

Regular Session<br />

Business Administration<br />

Business<br />

30318 BUS 445 41 International Business 3.00 n/a n/a n/a online Prakash Dheeriya<br />

30437 BUS 302 41 Written Communications 1.00 n/a n/a n/a online Xuefei Deng<br />

Computer Information Systems<br />

30439 CIS 270 41 Info Sys/Tech Fundamentals 3.00 n/a n/a n/a online M. Eyadat<br />

30607 CIS 275 41 Internet Literacy 3.00 n/a n/a n/a online Chi-Wen Chen<br />

30539 CIS 370 35 Info Sys Theory and Practice 3.00 n/a n/a n/a online<br />

30539 CIS 370 35 Info Sys Theory and Practice 3.00 9:00 AM 12:25 PM S SAC2101 Wang-Chan Wong<br />

30615 CIS 372 41 Systems Analysis & Design 3.00 n/a n/a n/a online Wang-Chan Wong<br />

30608 CIS 476 41 Adv Concepts Bus Systems 3.00 n/a n/a n/a online Myron Sheu<br />

Economics<br />

30319 ECO 210 41 Economic Theory 1A Micro 3.00 n/a n/a n/a online Jose Martinez<br />

30320 ECO 211 41 Economic Theory 1B Macro 3.00 n/a n/a n/a online Sherine El Hag<br />

Finance<br />

30321 FIN 360 41 Business Finance 3.00 n/a n/a n/a online Tayyeb Shabbir<br />

30323 FIN 375 41 Personal Financial Planning 3.00 n/a n/a n/a online Michael Manahan<br />

30324 FIN 468 41 Sem Investment Analysis 3.00 n/a n/a n/a online Rama Malladi<br />

Human Resource Management<br />

30632 HRM 313 41 Human Resources Management 3.00 n/a n/a n/a online Jessica Federman<br />

Law<br />

30325 LAW 240 41 Legal Environment of Business 3.00 n/a n/a n/a online Charles Thomas II<br />

Management<br />

30633 MGT 310 41 Management Theory 3.00 n/a n/a n/a online Thomas Norman<br />

30634 MGT 312 41 Organizational Behavior 3.00 n/a n/a n/a online Lei Lai<br />

30635 MGT 416 41 Leadership 3.00 n/a n/a n/a online Xia Zhao<br />

30636 MGT 418 41 International Management 3.00 n/a n/a n/a online William Brice<br />

30535 MGT 490 35 Strategic Management Seminar 3.00 n/a n/a n/a online Y. Abdourazakou<br />

30535 MGT 490 35 Strategic Management Seminar 3.00 5:00 PM 6:30 PM M W SBSA144<br />

6<br />

Instructor assignment may change without prior notification to students.<br />

+ Consult current University Catalog for course prerequisite(s).


CLASS<br />

NUMBER<br />

DEPARTMENT<br />

NR. & SEC.<br />

COURSE TITLE UNITS START TIME END TIME DAYS BLDG/RM INSTRU CTOR<br />

Marketing<br />

30637 MKT 350 41 Principles Of Marketing 3.00 n/a n/a n/a online Kirti Celly<br />

30638 MKT 350 42 Principles Of Marketing 3.00 n/a n/a n/a online Meng Zhao<br />

30639 MKT 352 41 Advertising and Promotion MGT. 3.00 n/a n/a n/a online Sari Silvanto-Ryan<br />

30640 MKT 355 41 Consumer Behavior 3.00 n/a n/a n/a online Orie Berezan<br />

30641 MKT 452 41 Sports & Entertainment Mkt. 3.00 n/a n/a n/a online Melissa St James<br />

30642 MKT 454 41 Marketing Research 3.00 n/a n/a n/a online Bing Xu<br />

Operations Management<br />

30431 OMG 321 01 Business Stats 3.00 9:00 AM 12:25 PM S SBSG126 Hamid Pourmohammadi<br />

30540 OMG 322 35 Operations Management 3.00 1:00 PM 5:45 PM Su SBSG126 G Keong Leong<br />

30540 OMG 322 35 Operations Management 3.00 n/a n/a n/a online<br />

Computer Information Systems (See Business Administration)<br />

Chemistry<br />

30411 CHE 108 60 Intro To Collge Chemistry 5.00 9:00 AM 11:30 AM M T W T h NSMC213 Lida Latifzadeh<br />

30412 CHE 108 61 Intro To Collge Chemistry 0.00 12:00 PM 3:00 PM M W NSMC315 Lida Latifzadeh<br />

30414 CHE 108 62 Intro To Collge Chemistry 0.00 12:00 PM 3:00 PM T Th NSMC213 Lida Latifzadeh<br />

30416 CHE 110 60 General Chemistry I 5.00 9:00 AM 11:30 AM M T W Th SBSB140 Kenneth Rodriguez<br />

30419 CHE 110 61 General Chemistry I 0.00 12:00 PM 3:00 PM M W NSMB340 Kenneth Rodriguez<br />

30420 CHE 110 62 General Chemistry I 0.00 12:00 PM 3:00 PM T Th NSMB340 Kenneth Rodriguez<br />

30421 CHE 112 60 General Chemistry II 5.00 9:00 AM 11:30 AM M T W Th SBSB215 Nancy Roback<br />

30422 CHE 112 61 General Chemistry II 0.00 12:00 PM 3:00 PM M W NSMB352 Nancy Roback<br />

30425 CHE 112 62 General Chemistry II 0.00 12:00 PM 3:00 PM T Th NSMB352 Nancy Roback<br />

Communications<br />

30217 COM 496 11 Internship In Comm 3.00 n/a n/a Lisa Mastramico<br />

30218 COM 496 12 Internship In Comm 3.00 n/a n/a Lisa Mastramico<br />

Computer Forensics<br />

30555 CTC 195 01 Special Topics 2.00 6:00 PM 8:00 PM F S SAC2102 Amlan Chatterjee<br />

Criminal Justice<br />

30526 CJA 423 41 Administrative Law 3.00 n/a n/a n/a online Theodore Byrne<br />

30527 CJA 445 41 Policing & Admin. of Justice 3.00 n/a n/a n/a online Edward Newcomer<br />

30529 CJA 496 01 Internship in Criminal Justice 1.00 12:30 PM 1:45 PM M W ennifer Sumner<br />

Instructor assignment may change without prior notification to students.<br />

+ Consult current University Catalog for course prerequisite(s). 7


CLASS<br />

NUMBER<br />

DEPARTMENT<br />

NR. & SEC.<br />

COURSE TITLE UNITS START TIME END TIME DAYS BLDG/RM INSTRU CTOR<br />

Education<br />

Special Education<br />

30581 SPE 480 01 Educating Exceptional Children 3.00 4:00 PM 8:30 PM W SCC1100 Mary Esposito<br />

30582 SPE 481 01 Diverse Lrnrs Exceptionalities 3.00 4:00 PM 8:30 PM M SCC1100 Trena Spurlock<br />

30570 SPE 549 01 ECSE Infant/Toddler Seminar 2.00 8:00 AM 5:30 PM S Su SCC1300 Kimmie Tang<br />

30692 SPE 550 01 ECSE Infant /Toddler Field Wrk 1.00 n/a n/a Kimmie Tang<br />

30693 SPE 556 01 Fld Ex Gen Sp Ed Stu Teach Opt 3.00 n/a n/a Trena Spurlock<br />

30571 SPE 567 01 Assmt Students w/Mild/Mod Dis 3.00 4:00 PM 8:30 PM T SCC100 Deborah Ward<br />

30669 SPE 595 01 Grad Sel Topics in SPE 1.00 n/a n/a Ann Selmi<br />

30694 SPE 556 02 Fld Ex Gen Sp Ed Stu Teach Opt 3.00 n/a n/a Leticia Barrera<br />

Graduate Education<br />

30664 CUR 519 41 Adv Stud in Curric Practices 3.00 n/a n/a n/a online Jeffery Sapp<br />

30665 GED 500 41 Research Meth In Edu 3.00 n/a n/a n/a online Kitty Fortner<br />

30663 TBE 518 41 Current Topics in Educ. Tech. 3.00 n/a n/a n/a online Doron Zinger<br />

Teacher Education<br />

30580 TED 507 01 Lang Learning: Theory & Prac 3.00 4:00 PM 8:30 PM T SCC601<br />

30577 TED 414 01 Classroom Management & Health 3.00 4:00 PM 8:30 PM W SCC710 Cecilia Duenas<br />

30578 TED 414 02 Classroom Management & Health 3.00 4:00 PM 8:30 PM W SCC601 Kristal Cheek<br />

30576 TED 413 01 Elementary PE & VAPA Methods 3.00 8:00 AM 12:00 PM Th SCC601<br />

30576 TED 413 01 Elementary PE & VAPA Methods 3.00 8:00 AM 12:30 PM Th SCC104<br />

30576 TED 413 01 Elementary PE & VAPA Methods 3.00 4:00 PM 6:00 PM Th SCC601<br />

30584 TED 467 01 Secondary Teaching Methods I 3.00 4:00 PM 8:30 PM Th SCC1100 Cecilia Duenas<br />

30573 TED 400 01 Intro to Education 3.00 4:00 PM 8:30 PM M SCC104<br />

30574 TED 400 02 Intro to Education 3.00 4:00 PM 8:30 PM M SCC601<br />

Human Services<br />

30744 HUS 390 01 Field Practicum in HUS II 1.00 n/a n/a Tri Le<br />

30310 HUS 391 01 Seminar in HUS II 2.00 6:00 PM 8:15 PM Th WHF145 Tri Le<br />

30311 HUS 400 01 Case Management 3.00 6:00 PM 9:30 PM T WHF145 Tri Le<br />

Nursing (BSN)<br />

30708 BSN 302 01 Concepts Prof Nsg Prac 3.00 n/a n/a n/a online Terriv Ares<br />

30709 BSN 346 01 Human Pathophysiology 3.00 n/a n/a n/a online Abdelraheem Yosef<br />

30731 BSN 381 01 Hlth Assess Skills Seminar 1.00 n/a n/a n/a online<br />

30731 BSN 381 01 Hlth Assess Skills Seminar 1.00 8:00 AM 5:00 PM Th F SBSA110B Joanne Armenia<br />

30732 BSN 381 02 Hlth Assess Skills Seminar 1.00 n/a n/a n/a online<br />

30732 BSN 381 02 Hlth Assess Skills Seminar 1.00 8:00 AM 5:00 PM S Su SBSA110B Tina Cassar<br />

30733 BSN 381 03 Hlth Assess Skills Seminar 1.00 n/a n/a n/a online<br />

30733 BSN 381 03 Hlth Assess Skills Seminar 1.00 8:00 AM 5:00 PM S Su SBSA110B Cynthia Ulm<br />

30710 BSN 400 01 Health Promotion and Teaching 3.00 n/a n/a n/a online Susan Mccoy<br />

30711 BSN 423 01 Com Based Nursing Role Perf 2.00 n/a n/a n/a online Sharon Tipple<br />

30712 BSN 451 01 LDSP/MGMT NSG Role Performance 2.00 n/a n/a n/a online Deborah Matia<br />

30713 BSN 451 02 LDSP/MGMT NSG Role Performance 2.00 n/a n/a n/a online Susan Scott<br />

30714 BSN 451 03 LDSP/MGMT NSG Role Performance 2.00 n/a n/a n/a online Timothy Yett<br />

30715 BSN 460 01 Nursing Research Utilization 3.00 n/a n/a n/a online<br />

30651 BSN 451 02 LDSP/MGMT NSG Role Performance 2.00 n/a n/a n/a online<br />

8<br />

Instructor assignment may change without prior notification to students.<br />

+ Consult current University Catalog for course prerequisite(s).


CLASS<br />

NUMBER<br />

DEPARTMENT<br />

NR. & SEC.<br />

COURSE TITLE UNITS START TIME END TIME DAYS BLDG/RM INSTRU CTOR<br />

Public Administration<br />

30557 PUB 302 41 Admin Financial Resources 3.00 n/a n/a n/a online Rui Sun<br />

30606 PUB 305 41 Applied Stats In Pub Adm 3.00 n/a n/a n/a online Elena Kulikov<br />

Sociology<br />

30299 SOC 340 41 Soc Psych: Soc Perspectiv 3.00 n/a n/a n/a online Sohaila Shakib<br />

30296 SOC 363 41 Drug & Alcohol Use 3.00 n/a n/a n/a online Sohaila Shakib<br />

30298 SOC 369 41 Juvenile Delinquency 3.00 n/a n/a n/a online Sohaila Shakib<br />

Academic Program Course Offerings -<br />

Session One<br />

Africana Studies<br />

30648 AFS 310 41 African American Exp in the US 3.00 n/a n/a n/a online Justin Gammage<br />

Art<br />

30647 ART 160 41 Intro to Graphic Applications 3.00 n/a n/a n/a online Bonita Tanaka<br />

30511 ART 171 11 3-D Composition 3.00 10:00 AM 2:15 PM T W Th LCHA106 James Keville<br />

Asian-Pacific Studies<br />

30661 APP 315 42 Asian Pop Cult & Globalization 3.00 n/a n/a n/a online Charlotte D'Evelyn<br />

Biology<br />

30441 BIO 122 11 Principles of Biology II 3.00 9:00 AM 11:30 AM T W Th SBSB143 Begona De Velasco<br />

30442 BIO 123 11 Principles of Biology II Lab 1.00 12:00 PM 3:00 PM T W Th NSMB122 Begona De Velasco<br />

30445 BIO 324 11 Microbiology 3.00 11:00 AM 2:40 PM T Th SBSD125 Davood Soleymany<br />

30446 BIO 325 11 Microbiology Laboratory 1.00 3:15 PM 7:10 PM T Th NSMC151 Davood Soleymany<br />

Instructor assignment may change without prior notification to students.<br />

+ Consult current University Catalog for course prerequisite(s). 9


CLASS<br />

NUMBER<br />

DEPARTMENT<br />

NR. & SEC.<br />

COURSE TITLE UNITS START TIME END TIME DAYS BLDG/RM INSTRU CTOR<br />

Business Administration<br />

Accounting<br />

30326 ACC 435 11 Auditing 3.00 6:00 PM 9:50 PM T Th SBSD125 Li-Lin Liu<br />

Business<br />

30436 BUS 301 41 Employment Communications 1.00 n/a n/a n/a online Xuefei Deng<br />

Computer Information Systems<br />

30427 CIS 370 11 Info Sys Theory and Practice 3.00 6:00 PM 9:45 PM M W SAC2101 Chi-Wen Chen<br />

Management<br />

30435 MGT 490 11 Strategic Management Seminar 3.00 12:30 PM 4:30 PM M W SBSB143 David Hoopes<br />

Operations Management<br />

30432 OMG 321 11 Business Stats 3.00 12:30 PM 4:20 PM T Th SBSG126 Jian-yu Ke<br />

30429 OMG 321 12 Business Stats 3.00 6:00 PM 9:45 PM M W SBSG126 Edward Chu<br />

30433 OMG 322 11 Operations Management 3.00 6:00 PM 9:45 PM T Th SBSG126 Jian-yu Ke<br />

Chicano/Chicana Studies<br />

30482 CHS 323 41 US Imm & Citizen Latino Pers 3.00 n/a n/a n/a online Michael Fraga<br />

30483 CHS 330 41 Mexican & Latino Identities US 3.00 n/a n/a n/a online Michael Fraga<br />

Clinical Science<br />

30542 CLS 304 11 Intro UA and BF 2.00 10:00 AM 12:15 PM T Th WHB369 Payman Nasr<br />

Communications<br />

30512 COM 206 11 Photojournalism 3.00 6:00 PM 9:50 PM M W OHA008 Christian Russo<br />

30513 COM 365 11 Intro To Public Relations 3.00 6:00 PM 9:50 PM T Th NSMC213 Christian Russo<br />

30215 COM 379 11 Media Industries 3.00 12:30 PM 4:20 PM T Th LIB5486 Brant Burkey<br />

30214 COM 435 41 Media Psychology 3.00 n/a n/a n/a online Nancy Cheever<br />

Computer Forensics<br />

30554 CTC 195 11 Special Topics 2.00 6:00 PM 8:00 PM F S SAC2102 Liudong Zuo<br />

10<br />

Instructor assignment may change without prior notification to students.<br />

+ Consult current University Catalog for course prerequisite(s).


CLASS<br />

NUMBER<br />

DEPARTMENT<br />

NR. & SEC.<br />

COURSE TITLE UNITS START TIME END TIME DAYS BLDG/RM INSTRU CTOR<br />

Computer Science<br />

30551 CSC 301 11 Computers And Society 3.00 4:30 PM 7:00 PM M T W SCC800 Marek Suchenek<br />

30550 CSC 500 11 Research Methods 3.00 4:30 PM 7:00 PM M T W SAC2102 Mohsen Beheshti<br />

30553 CSC 501 11 Design and Analysis 3.00 4:30 PM 7:00 PM M T W NSMB208 Bin Tang<br />

Dance<br />

30645 DAN 130 41 Dance Perceptions 3.00 n/a n/a n/a online Doris Ressl<br />

Education<br />

Teacher Education<br />

30579 TED 507 11 Lang Learning: Theory & Prac 3.00 4:00 PM 8:30 PM T SCC610 Jennifer Stacy<br />

English<br />

30629 ENG 110 11 Freshman Composition I 3.00 8:30 AM 12:00 PM M W SCC710<br />

30621 ENG 350 11 Advanced Composition 3.00 8:30 AM 12:00 PM M W WHA139<br />

30622 ENG 350 12 Advanced Composition 3.00 12:30 PM 4:00 PM M W WHF145<br />

History<br />

30625 HIS 354 11 American Immigration History 3.00 8:00 AM 11:50 AM M W SBSD125 Andrea Johnson<br />

Human Services<br />

30309 HUS 315 35 Intercultural Comm for HUS 3.00 n/a n/a M online<br />

30309 HUS 315 35 Intercultural Comm for HUS 3.00 12:30 PM 4:20 PM W SBSD125 Hannah Nguyen<br />

30221 HUS 330 41 Human Behavior & Social Envir 3.00 n/a n/a n/a online Phu Phan<br />

30222 HUS 460 41 Research Methods for HUS 3.00 n/a n/a n/a online Phu Phan<br />

Humanities<br />

30696 HUM 310 42 Key Concepts 3.00 n/a n/a n/a online Cristina Smith<br />

30204 HUM 314 41 Key Issues 3.00 n/a n/a n/a online Lorna Fitzsimmons<br />

30762 HUM 312 41 Age of Revolt 3.00 n/a n/a n/a online Matthew McGarvey<br />

Interdisciplinary Studies/PACE Program<br />

30205 IDS 326 41 Perspectives In Human Studies 3.00 n/a n/a n/a online Anne Choi<br />

Instructor assignment may change without prior notification to students.<br />

+ Consult current University Catalog for course prerequisite(s). 11


CLASS<br />

NUMBER<br />

DEPARTMENT<br />

NR. & SEC.<br />

COURSE TITLE UNITS START TIME END TIME DAYS BLDG/RM INSTRU CTOR<br />

Kinesiology<br />

30286 KIN 300 11 Tests/Measure In PE 3.00 8:00 AM 10:30 AM T W Th LIBE127 Michael Ernst<br />

30220 KIN 310 41 Nutrition for Peak Performance 3.00 n/a n/a n/a online<br />

30220 KIN 310 41 Nutrition for Peak Performance 3.00 12:00 PM 1:30 PM Th WHF144 Carole Casten<br />

30289 KIN 330 11 Somatic Education 3.00 8:00 AM 10:30 AM T W Th SCC625 L ee Hancock II<br />

Marital & Family Therapy<br />

30541 MFT 511 11 Practicum in MFT Fieldwork I 2.00 n/a n/a n/a Monique Willis<br />

Music<br />

30697 MUS 201 41 Music in Film 3.00 n/a n/a n/a online Derrick Noyce<br />

30698 MUS 250 41 History of Rock 3.00 n/a n/a n/a online Jonathon Grasse<br />

30294 MUS 340 11 Music For Children 3.00 5:00 PM 8:55 PM T W Th GYMA102 Stephen Moore<br />

30295 MUS 340 12 Music For Children 0.00 9:00 PM 10:00 PM T W Th GYMA102 Stephen Moore<br />

Nursing (BSN)<br />

30716 BSN 306 11 Cult Diversity Healthcare 3.00 n/a n/a n/a online Barbara Kennedy<br />

30717 BSN 307 11 Hlth Info & Tech 3.00 n/a n/a n/a online Hernani Ledesma Jr.<br />

30718 BSN 340 11 Prof Collaboration Nrsg Pract 3.00 n/a n/a n/a online Barbara Kennedy<br />

30700 BSN 380 11 Health Assessment 3.00 n/a n/a n/a online Mary Livingston<br />

30701 BSN 380 12 Health Assessment 3.00 n/a n/a n/a online Maria Barbosa<br />

30702 BSN 408 11 Gerontol Nsg Prac 3.00 n/a n/a n/a online Lauren Outland<br />

30703 BSN 422 11 Community-Based Nursing 3.00 n/a n/a n/a online Martha Boughen<br />

30704 BSN 430 11 H/C Systems, Policy & Finance 3.00 n/a n/a n/a online Catherine Earl<br />

30705 BSN 450 11 Principles Ldsp/Mgt in Nursing 3.00 n/a n/a n/a online Dale Mueller<br />

30706 BSN 450 12 Principles Ldsp/Mgt in Nursing 3.00 n/a n/a n/a online Dale Mueller<br />

30707 BSN 494 11 Independent Study 1.00 n/a n/a n/a online<br />

Nursing (MSN)<br />

30727 MSN 531 41 Nursing Ethics 3.00 n/a n/a n/a online Gwen Anderson<br />

Philosophy<br />

30481 PHI 120 41 Critical Reasoning 3.00 n/a n/a n/a online Sheela Pawar<br />

Physics<br />

30280 PHY 120 11 Elements Of Physics I 4.00 8:00 AM 1 1:50 AM M W LCHA225 Mokyang Kim<br />

30281 PHY 120 12 Elements Of Physics I 0.00 12:30 PM 4:20 PM M W NSMB242 Mokyang Kim<br />

30282 PHY 300 11 Physical Science for Teachers 4.00 8:00 AM 1 1:50 AM T Th LCHA330 Patrick Haas<br />

30283 PHY 300 12 Physical Science for Teachers 0.00 12:30 PM 4:20 PM T Th NSMC243 Mesfin Taye<br />

12<br />

Instructor assignment may change without prior notification to students.<br />

+ Consult current University Catalog for course prerequisite(s).


CLASS<br />

NUMBER<br />

DEPARTMENT<br />

NR. & SEC.<br />

COURSE TITLE UNITS START TIME END TIME DAYS BLDG/RM INSTRU CTOR<br />

Political Science<br />

30277 POL 101 41 American Institutions 3.00 n/a n/a n/a online Elizabeth Whetmore<br />

Psychology<br />

30654 PSY 330 41 Intermediate Statistics 3.00 n/a n/a n/a online Carl Sneed<br />

30655 PSY 330 42 Intermediate Statistics 0.00 n/a n/a n/a online Carl Sneed<br />

30652 PSY 350 41 Child Psychology 3.00 n/a n/a n/a online Maria Hurtado-Ortiz<br />

30651 PSY 360 41 Theories Of Personality 3.00 n/a n/a n/a online Silvia Santos<br />

30653 PSY 368 41 Human Sexuality 3.00 n/a n/a n/a online Keisha Paxton<br />

Science, Mathematics, & Technology<br />

30273 SMT 312 41 Natural Disasters 3.00 n/a n/a n/a online Brendan McNulty<br />

30274 SMT 312 42 Natural Disasters 3.00 n/a n/a n/a online Brendan McNulty<br />

30278 SMT 416 11 Earth Science For Teacher 3.00 2:30 PM 3:20 PM MTWTh F SAC2106 Parveen Chhetri<br />

30279 SMT 416 12 Earth Science For Teacher 0.00 3:30 PM 4:45 PM MTWTh F SAC2106 Parveen Chhetri<br />

Social & Behavioral Sciences<br />

30545 SBS 318 11 Cultural Pluralism: 3.00 6:00 PM 9:50 PM M W SBSB143 Charzetta Funderburk<br />

30547 SBS 318 41 Cultural Pluralism: 3.00 n/a n/a n/a online Ivonne Heinze<br />

30548 SBS 318 42 Cultural Pluralism: 3.00 n/a n/a n/a online Cynthia Villanueva<br />

Sociology<br />

30306 SOC 320 41 The Family 3.00 n/a n/a n/a online Katy Pinto<br />

30301 SOC 334 11 Women In Society 3.00 6:00 PM 9:50 PM T Th LCHA324 Joan Budesa<br />

30303 SOC 364 41 Corrections 3.00 n/a n/a n/a online Jeb Middlebrook<br />

Theater Arts<br />

30567 THE 120 11 Fundamentals Of Speech 3.00 12:30 PM 4:20 PM T Th LCHA324 Donis Leonard<br />

30219 THE 315 41 The American Musical 3.00 n/a n/a n/a online William Deluca<br />

Women's Studies<br />

30650 WMS 250 41 Women's Studies 3.00 n/a n/a n/a online Cynthia Villanueva<br />

Instructor assignment may change without prior notification to students.<br />

+ Consult current University Catalog for course prerequisite(s). 13


CLASS DEPARTMENT<br />

NUMBER NR. & SEC.<br />

COURSE TITLE UNITS START TIME END TIME DAYS BLDG/RM INSTRU CTOR<br />

Academic Program Course Offerings -<br />

Session Two<br />

Africana Studies<br />

30649 AFS 332 41 Harlem Renaissance 3.00 n/a n/a n/a online Donna Nicol<br />

Anthropology<br />

30234 ANT 101 21 Intro to Biological Anthro 3.00 12:30 PM 4:20 PM M W SBSD125 Sarah Lacy<br />

30235 ANT 312 21 Language And Culture 3.00 5:00 PM 8:30 PM T Th SBSD125 Nancy Armstrong<br />

Art<br />

30620 ART 100 21 Looking At Art 3.00 12:30 PM 3:00 PM T W Th LCHA324 Daniela Campins<br />

Asian-Pacific Studies<br />

30660 APP 101 41 Introduction To Asian Studies 3.00 n/a n/a n/a online Katherine Chu<br />

30206 APP 311 41 Contemp Iss Asian Amer Comm 3.00 n/a n/a n/a online Mary Lacanlale<br />

30207 APP 315 41 Asian Pop Cult & Globalization 3.00 n/a n/a n/a online Katherine Chu<br />

Biology<br />

30443 BIO 220 21 Molecular Biology 3.00 9:00 AM 1 1:30 AM T W Th SBSB143 Daniela Parodi Chocano<br />

30444 BIO 221 21 Molecular Biology Laboratory 1.00 12:00 PM 3:00 PM T W Th NSMC139 Daniela Parodi Chocano<br />

30447 BIO 425 21 Medical Bacteriology 2.00 10:00 AM 11:20 AM M T W Th SBSD125 Brynn Heckel<br />

30448 BIO 435 21 Medical Bateriology Laboratory 2.00 12:00 PM 4:00 PM M T W Th NSMC151 Brynn Heckel<br />

Business Administration<br />

Accounting<br />

30327 ACC 337 21 Cost Accounting 3.00 6:00 PM 9:50 PM M W SBSD125 Cenap Ilter<br />

Business<br />

30438 BUS 303 41 Oral Communication 1.00 n/a n/a n/a online Xuefei Deng<br />

14<br />

Instructor assignment may change without prior notification to students.<br />

+ Consult current University Catalog for course prerequisite(s).


CLASS<br />

NUMBER<br />

DEPARTMENT<br />

NR. & SEC.<br />

COURSE TITLE UNITS START TIME END TIME DAYS BLDG/RM INSTRU CTOR<br />

Computer Information Systems<br />

30428 CIS 370 21 Info Sys Theory and Practice 3.00 6:00 PM 9:45 PM T Th SAC2101 Myron Sheu<br />

Operations Management<br />

30430 OMG 321 21 Business Stats 3.00 6:00 PM 9:45 PM T Th SBSG126 Edward Chu<br />

30434 OMG 322 21 Operations Management 3.00 6:00 PM 9:45 PM M W SBSG126 Hamid Pourmohammadi<br />

Chicano/Chicana Studies<br />

30746 CHS 323 21 US Imm & Citizen Latino Pers 3.00 8:00 AM 11:50 AM T Th WHA139 Lizette Arevalo<br />

30484 CHS 330 42 Mexican & Latino Identities US 3.00 n/a n/a n/a online Michael Fraga<br />

30485 CHS 345 41 Identity in the Americas 3.00 n/a n/a n/a online Jose Lopez-Morin<br />

Clinical Science<br />

30543 CLS 307 21 Clinical Hematology 4.00 10:00 AM 3:00 PM T W TH WHB369 Payman Nasr<br />

30544 CLS 307 22 Clinical Hematology 0.00 10:00 AM 3:00 PM T W TH Payman Nasr<br />

Communications<br />

30216 COM 342 21 Advertising Strategy & Writing 3.00 12:30 PM 4:20 PM T Th LIB5486 Linda Dam<br />

Computer Forensics<br />

30549 CTC 492 01 Senior Project 3.00 4:30 PM 7:00 PM M T W SAC2102 Mohsen Beheshti<br />

30556 CTC 195 21 Special Topics 2.00 6:00 PM 8:00 PM F S SAC2102 Garrett Poppe<br />

Computer Science<br />

30344 CSC 492 21 Senior Design 3.00 4:30 PM 7:00 PM MTWThF SCC625 Mohsen Beheshti<br />

30552 CSC 581 01 Adv. Software Engineering 3.00 4:30 PM 7:00 PM M T W NSMB208 Jianchao Han<br />

30610 CSC 401 21 Analysis Of Algorithms 3.00 4:30 PM 5:30 PM M T W Th SCC800 Jianchao Han<br />

Dance<br />

30646 DAN 440 41 Dance for Children 3.00 n/a n/a n/a online Marco Carreon<br />

Instructor assignment may change without prior notification to students.<br />

+ Consult current University Catalog for course prerequisite(s). 15


CLASS<br />

NUMBER<br />

DEPARTMENT<br />

NR. & SEC.<br />

COURSE TITLE UNITS START TIME END TIME DAYS BLDG/RM INSTRU CTOR<br />

Earth Science<br />

30238 EAR 100 21 Physical Geology 3.00 8:00 AM 11:50 AM T Th SBSF225 Cheyenne Cummings<br />

Education<br />

Special Education<br />

30568 SPE 480 21 Educating Exceptional Children 3.00 4:00 PM 8:30 PM M W COE1407 Yolanda Jordan<br />

30569 SPE 481 21 Diverse Lrnrs Exceptionalities 3.00 4:00 PM 8:20 PM T Th COE1407 Saili Kulkarni<br />

30583 SPE 595 21 Grad Sel Topics in SPE 1.00 n/a n/a Ann Selmi<br />

30670 SPE 595 22 Grad Sel Topics in SPE 1.00 n/a n/a Ann Selmi<br />

Teacher Education<br />

30761 TED 412 21 Teaching History-Social Studies 4.00 4:00 PM 8:55PM T Th SCC 1426 Diane/ Hembacher<br />

Christine Mendoza<br />

English<br />

30630 ENG 110 21 Freshman Composition I 3.00 8:30 AM 12:00 PM T Th WHF148<br />

30623 ENG 350 21 Advanced Composition 3.00 8:30 AM 12:00 PM T Th SCC625<br />

30624 ENG 350 22 Advanced Composition 3.00 12:30 PM 4:00 PM T Th SBSF225<br />

Health Science<br />

30517 HEA 463 21 Hlth Prog Implem and Eval 3.00 12:30 PM 3:00 PM M T W SBSB143 Enrique Ortega<br />

30514 HEA 479 21 Research Methods in Hlth Sci 3.00 8:00 AM 10:30 AM M T W SBSD215 Enrique Ortega<br />

History<br />

30626 HIS 101 21 History Of United States 3.00 12:30 PM 4:20 PM T Th SBSG126 Kathleen Fawver<br />

30627 HIS 348 21 Labor In American Society 3.00 5:00 PM 8:50 PM M W LCHA228 Thomas Alvarez<br />

Humanities<br />

30208 HUM 310 41 Key Concepts 3.00 n/a n/a n/a online Lorna Fitzsimmons<br />

16<br />

Instructor assignment may change without prior notification to students.<br />

+ Consult current University Catalog for course prerequisite(s).


CLASS<br />

NUMBER<br />

DEPARTMENT<br />

NR. & SEC.<br />

COURSE TITLE UNITS START TIME END TIME DAYS BLDG/RM INSTRU CTOR<br />

Interdisciplinary Studies/PACE Program<br />

30209 IDS 350 41 IDS Top Env Studies 3.00 n/a n/a n/a online Jenney Hall<br />

Kinesiology<br />

30287 KIN 303 21 Exercise Physiology 4.00 10:00 AM 11:45 AM MTWThF LCHA330 Scott Cheatham<br />

30288 KIN 303 22 Exercise Physiology 0.00 n/a n/a Scott Cheatham<br />

30290 KIN 462 21 Therapeutic Exercise 3.00 12:30 PM 4:20 PM M W SCC625 Scott Cheatham<br />

30291 KIN 462 22 Therapeutic Exercise 0.00 n/a n/a Scott Cheatham<br />

Music<br />

30683 MUS 101 41 Introducing Music 3.00 n/a n/a n/a online Scott Morris<br />

30699 MUS 250 42 History of Rock 3.00 n/a n/a n/a online David Isaacs<br />

Physics<br />

30284 PHY 122 21 Elements Of Physics II 4.00 8:00 AM 11:50 AM M W LCHA225 Mesfin Taye<br />

30285 PHY 122 22 Elements Of Physics II 0.00 12:30 PM 4:20 PM M W NSMB242 Patrick Haas<br />

Political Science<br />

30237 POL 101 21 American Institutions 3.00 12:30 PM 4:20 PM T Th WHF145 Salvatore Russo<br />

Psychology<br />

30619 PSY 110 21 Crit Thinking & Prob Solv 3.00 8:00 AM 11:50 AM T Th SCC1300<br />

30617 PSY 235 21 Intro To Research Methods 3.00 12:30 PM 4:20 PM T Th SBSD125<br />

30618 PSY 235 22 Intro To Research Methods 0.00 5:00 PM 8:50 PM T Th SBSB101<br />

30658 PSY 305 41 History And Systems Psych 3.00 n/a n/a n/a online L Carrier<br />

30657 PSY 340 41 Social Psych: Psych Persp 3.00 n/a n/a n/a online Carl Sneed<br />

30656 PSY 360 42 Theories Of Personality 3.00 n/a n/a n/a online Silvia Santos<br />

30643 PSY 411 41 Adv Res Meth Pers & Soc 3.00 n/a n/a n/a online Heather Butler<br />

30644 PSY 412 21 Res Sem Personality & Soc 3.00 12:30 PM 4:20 PM T Th SBSA246 Heather Butler<br />

30616 PSY 464 21 Intro To Clinical Psych 3.00 8:00 AM 11:50 AM M W SBSF225<br />

30659 PSY 490 41 Senior Seminar Psychology 3.00 n/a n/a n/a online Philip Vieira<br />

Recreation & Leisure Studies<br />

30735 REC 100 41 Dimensions Of Leisure 3.00 n/a n/a n/a online Mary Cappel<br />

Instructor assignment may change without prior notification to students.<br />

+ Consult current University Catalog for course prerequisite(s). 17


CLASS<br />

NUMBER<br />

DEPARTMENT<br />

NR. & SEC.<br />

COURSE TITLE UNITS START TIME END TIME DAYS BLDG/RM INSTRU CTOR<br />

Science, Mathematics, & Technology<br />

30275 SMT 312 43 Natural Disasters 3.00 n/a n/a n/a online Ashish Sinha<br />

30276 SMT 312 44 Natural Disasters 3.00 n/a n/a n/a online Ashish Sinha<br />

30747 SMT 310 41 Science And Technology 3.00 n/a n/a n/a online Kenneth Rodriguez<br />

Social & Behavioral Sciences<br />

30546 SBS 318 21 Cultural Pluralism: 3.00 5:00 PM 8:10 PM T W Th SBSB143 Maricelia Leon<br />

Sociology<br />

30308 SOC 311 21 Global Org & Soc Processes 3.00 5:00 PM 8:50 PM M W SBSF225 Roseanne Macias<br />

30662 SOC 337 41 Soc Through Film 3.00 n/a n/a n/a online Sohaila Shakib<br />

30302 SOC 362 41 Gangs & Adoles Subcultrs 3.00 n/a n/a n/a online Latanya Skiffer<br />

30304 SOC 368 41 Criminology 3.00 n/a n/a n/a online Jeb Middlebrook<br />

30305 SOC 369 42 Juvenile Delinquency 3.00 n/a n/a n/a online Latanya Skiffer<br />

30307 SOC 320 42 The Family 3.00 n/a n/a n/a online Katy Pinto<br />

Spanish<br />

30440 SPA 351 41 Cnt Hisp Cult Spa Spk Am 3.00 n/a n/a n/a online Ivonne Heinze<br />

Theatre Arts<br />

30628 THE 319 21 The Power of Masks 3.00 12:30 PM 4:20 PM T Th WHA139 William Deluca<br />

18<br />

Instructor assignment may change without prior notification to students.<br />

+ Consult current University Catalog for course prerequisite(s).


C l a s s T i m e s at<br />

C S U D o m i n g u e z H i l l s<br />

Monday, Wednesday, Friday<br />

7:30 a.m. – 8:20 a.m.<br />

8:30 a.m. – 9:20 a.m.<br />

10:00 a.m. – 10:50 a.m.<br />

11:30 a.m. – 12:20 p.m.<br />

1:00 p.m. – 1:50 p.m.<br />

Monday, Wednesday<br />

7:00 a.m. – 8:15 a.m.<br />

8:30 a.m. – 9:45 a.m.<br />

10:00 a.m. – 11:15 a.m.<br />

11:30 a.m. – 12:45 p.m.<br />

1:00 p.m. – 2:15 p.m.<br />

2:30 p.m. – 3:45 p.m.<br />

# 4:00 p.m. – 5:15 p.m.<br />

# 5:30 p.m. – 6:45 p.m.<br />

# 7:00 p.m. – 8:15 p.m.<br />

# 8:30 p.m. – 9:45 p.m.<br />

Tuesday, Thursday<br />

7:00 a.m. – 8:15 a.m.<br />

8:30 a.m. – 9:45 a.m.<br />

10:00 a.m. – 11:15 a.m.<br />

11:30 a.m. – 12:45 p.m.<br />

1:00 p.m. – 2:15 p.m.<br />

2:30 p.m. – 3:45 p.m.<br />

# 4:00 p.m. – 5:15 p.m.<br />

# 5:30 p.m. – 6:45 p.m.<br />

# 7:00 p.m. – 8:15 p.m.<br />

# 8:30 p.m. – 9:45 p.m.<br />

Key to Symbols and Abbreviations in the Course Listings<br />

Course Meeting Locations<br />

ERC = Educational Resources Center<br />

FH = Field House<br />

GYM = Gymnasium<br />

HC = Hughes Education and Athletic Center<br />

LCH = LaCorte Hall<br />

LUSU = Loker University Student Union<br />

NSM = Natural Sciences and Mathematics<br />

SAC = South Academic Complex, Buildings 1, 2, & 3<br />

SBS = Social and Behavioral Sciences<br />

SCC = Small College Complex<br />

SH = Student Housing<br />

SHC = Student Health Center<br />

OE = School of Education<br />

TBA = To Be Arranged<br />

Friday<br />

8:30 a.m. – 11:15 a.m.<br />

11:30 a.m. – 2:15 p.m.<br />

Evening Classes<br />

Meeting Once a Week<br />

# 4:00 p.m. – 6:45 p.m.<br />

# 6:10 p.m. – 9:45 p.m.<br />

# 7:00 p.m. – 9:45 p.m.<br />

A boldfaced # symbol<br />

indicates course meets during evening hours.<br />

NOTE:<br />

With the exception of the Division of Nursing<br />

courses (see Nursing course listing for class<br />

times), final exam dates and times are<br />

scheduled according to this Class Meeting<br />

Time Module. If this module is not followed<br />

when scheduling a course section, a time<br />

frame and room location for finals week will<br />

not be available for that course section unless<br />

special arrangements have been made by the<br />

instructor.<br />

Day Abbreviations<br />

W = Wednesday<br />

M = Monday<br />

MW = Monday/Wednesday<br />

TTh = Tuesday/Thursday<br />

W = Wednesday<br />

Th = Thursday<br />

F = Friday<br />

S = Saturday<br />

Su = Sunday<br />

Course Suffixes<br />

A = Activity P = Production<br />

L = Laboratory S = Supervision<br />

Most of these courses require enrollment in both the lecture<br />

section and associated activity, lab, production or supervision<br />

portion of the course.<br />

Improve Your Career<br />

Prospects<br />

with<br />

Certificate<br />

Programs<br />

from the<br />

College of Extended<br />

and International<br />

Education<br />

Information at<br />

www.csudh.edu/ee<br />

+ Prerequisite Required<br />

Consult the course description in the current<br />

University Catalog for course prerequisite(s).<br />

Co-Req – co-requisite<br />

Co-requisite courses require enrollment in both the lecture<br />

section and associated activity, lab, production or supervision<br />

portion of the course or, in some cases, enrollment in<br />

another course. Co-reqs are listed below the course information<br />

in italics. If the co-requisite CRN is listed, you must<br />

register for that specific CRN. If only the department and<br />

course number is listed, you may register for any section of<br />

the co-requisite course for which you are eligible. Refer to the<br />

course description in the current University Catalog.<br />

Course Number (CN)<br />

The five digit number in the far left column<br />

identifies the course and section of the class you want to<br />

take. During registration, it will be necessary to use this<br />

number to register for a section or to change your program<br />

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What is<br />

<strong>Summer</strong> <strong>Sessions</strong><br />

and How Can It Benefit<br />

You?<br />

Through <strong>CSUDH</strong> College of Extended &<br />

International Education, adults capable<br />

of college-level work may enroll in regular<br />

<strong>CSUDH</strong> courses during <strong>Summer</strong> <strong>Sessions</strong> on<br />

a space-available basis. There is no formal<br />

admission to the University and registration<br />

is easy.<br />

<strong>Summer</strong> <strong>Sessions</strong> gives you the<br />

freedom to<br />

• Sample a particular field before enrolling<br />

in a degree program<br />

• Take courses for professional or personal<br />

development<br />

• Improve your grade point average if you<br />

have been turned down for admission by<br />

the university or have been academically<br />

disqualified.<br />

• Get a start on your degree if you missed<br />

the application deadline<br />

Through the <strong>Summer</strong> <strong>Sessions</strong> program, you<br />

can receive credit for your completed course<br />

work in any of the lower division, upper<br />

division, or graduate courses available to<br />

you.<br />

How to Register for<br />

<strong>Summer</strong> <strong>Sessions</strong><br />

Registration Dates and Times<br />

<strong>Summer</strong> Session 1 and Regular <strong>Summer</strong><br />

Session<br />

Mar 19 - May 25, <strong>2018</strong> (<strong>CSUDH</strong> Students)<br />

Mar 26 - May 25, <strong>2018</strong> (non-<strong>CSUDH</strong><br />

Students)<br />

<strong>Summer</strong> Session 2<br />

Mar 19 - Jul 6, <strong>2018</strong> (<strong>CSUDH</strong> Students)<br />

Mar 26 - Jul 6, <strong>2018</strong> (non-<strong>CSUDH</strong> Students)<br />

Ways to Register<br />

• Online<br />

If you have taken a class at <strong>CSUDH</strong> in the<br />

past 2 years, you may register online at<br />

my.csudh.edu.<br />

20<br />

• By phone: (310) 243-3741 or<br />

877-GO-HILLS (877-464-4557)<br />

(VISA, Mastercard, Discover, & debit cards)<br />

• By Mail:<br />

Print and complete the Registration Form<br />

Mail to:<br />

CSU Dominguez Hills<br />

College of Extended and International<br />

Education<br />

1000 East Victoria Street<br />

Carson, CA 90747<br />

• In person<br />

Extended Education Complex, EE 1100<br />

CSU Dominguez Hills<br />

College of Extended and International<br />

Education<br />

1000 East Victoria Street<br />

Carson, CA 90747<br />

Fees Payment Deadlines:<br />

Students must pay fees on day of registration<br />

or courses may be dropped for non-payment.<br />

If courses are dropped for non-payment, you<br />

may register again and pay immediately to<br />

reserve your course selections, if there are<br />

still seats available. You will not receive a<br />

bill. You may review your registration fees on<br />

my.csudh.edu.<br />

1. Fee Payment - Your fees are due at the<br />

time of registration. You will not receive a<br />

bill. You may check your fees at my.csudh.<br />

edu.<br />

2. Fees may be paid three ways: online, in<br />

person, or by mail. Acceptable methods of<br />

payment are check, money order, or credit<br />

card (Visa, Discover, or MasterCard).<br />

• To pay online:<br />

Go to ToroPay at my.csudh.edu; Fees MUST<br />

be paid at the time of registration.<br />

After adding a course, be sure to click on<br />

“Account Inquiry” first, then go to the<br />

“Make a Payment” page, select “<strong>Summer</strong><br />

<strong>2018</strong>” and pay with VISA, MasterCard, or<br />

Discover Card.<br />

Note: Credit Card payments are subject to<br />

a non-refundable 2.75% fee.<br />

• To pay in person:<br />

Visit the College of Extended &<br />

International Registration office, EE1100.<br />

• Mail (check only) payment to:<br />

College of Extended and International<br />

Education<br />

1000 East Victoria Street<br />

Carson, CA 90747<br />

LATE REGISTRATION<br />

Dates:<br />

Session 1 and Regular Session:<br />

May 26-Jun 1, <strong>2018</strong><br />

Session 2: July 7-July 13, <strong>2018</strong><br />

• In person<br />

Extended Education Complex, EE 1100<br />

CSU Dominguez Hills<br />

College of Extended and International<br />

Education<br />

1000 East Victoria Street<br />

• Online: my.csudh.edu: Only with permission<br />

numbers which you can obtain from the<br />

Department.<br />

• Fees: Due on day of Late Registration.<br />

Additional $25.00 Late Registration fee<br />

assessed. Fees must be paid at the<br />

Extended Education Registration office or<br />

online at my.csudh.edu. Note: Waitlisting<br />

is not available during Late Registration.<br />

ADDS (beginning May 26, <strong>2018</strong>)<br />

For: Students who have already registered but<br />

who wish to add classes<br />

Dates:<br />

Session 1 and Regular Session: May 26-Jun<br />

1, <strong>2018</strong><br />

Session 2: July 7-13, <strong>2018</strong><br />

• Online Registration Hours (my.csudh.edu):<br />

Mon through Sat 8:00 am-12 midnight<br />

Sunday -system not available<br />

• By phone: (310) 243-3741 or<br />

877-GO-HILLS (877-464-4557)<br />

(VISA, MasterCard, Discover, & debit cards)<br />

• By Mail:<br />

Print and complete the Registration form<br />

• Mail to:<br />

CSU Dominguez Hills<br />

College of Extended and International<br />

Education<br />

1000 East Victoria Street<br />

Carson, CA 90747<br />

• In person<br />

Extended Education Complex, EE 1100<br />

CSU Dominguez Hills<br />

College of Extended and International<br />

Education<br />

1000 East Victoria Street<br />

Carson, CA 90747


• Office Hours:<br />

Office Hours: M-Th 8am-8pm; Fri 8am -<br />

5pm; Sat 8am-1:30pm.<br />

Fees: Due on day of add, if adding class will<br />

result in a change of fees. Fees must be<br />

paid at the Extended Education Registration<br />

office or online at My<strong>CSUDH</strong> .<br />

To add a course before the start of the<br />

session (refer to registration dates).<br />

To add a course after the start of the<br />

session, obtain a Late Registration<br />

Permission Number from the instructor of<br />

the course or signature. Go to My<strong>CSUDH</strong> and<br />

register using this number. The number can<br />

only be used for the specific course that it is<br />

assigned to and can only be used once by<br />

the expiration date.<br />

Appropriate signatures are needed and you<br />

must register in person if one or more the<br />

following exist:<br />

1) if you are attempting to exceed max<br />

hours;<br />

2) if there is a time conflict;<br />

3) if there are issues regarding co-requisites<br />

An advisor's signature of approval is<br />

required on the Change of Program form to<br />

exceed approved max hour limit.<br />

Six-week courses may be added during the<br />

first week of the session. Students wishing<br />

to add an Intensive of one week or fewer<br />

may only add on the first day of class. For<br />

two to three week courses, they may only<br />

add during the first two days, and for four to<br />

five-week courses, students may only add<br />

during the first week of the course.<br />

The deadline for adding courses is June 1,<br />

<strong>2018</strong> for the first session and regular<br />

session, and July 13, <strong>2018</strong> for the second<br />

session. Provided that you are enrolled in a<br />

summer session course at the time you<br />

choose to add an additional course, you will<br />

not be charged a late fee.<br />

Students may exchange one class for<br />

another within the same session without<br />

penalty, if the unit and fee value are the<br />

same.<br />

DROPS AND SCHEDULE REVIEW<br />

For: Students who have already registered but<br />

who wish to check their schedule or drop<br />

class(es).<br />

Dates:<br />

Session 1 and Regular Session last day to<br />

drop: June 8<br />

Session 2 last day to drop: July 20<br />

Signatures: No signature is required to drop<br />

during the drop with refund period. Dept.<br />

approval is required to drop remedial English<br />

and math courses during the drop without "W"<br />

grade period.<br />

Fees: Will be refunded by mail, automatically<br />

if dropping class will result in a change of<br />

fees. Drops must take place during the period<br />

to drop with refund.<br />

Non-attendance in class, notifying the<br />

instructor, or stopping payment on a check<br />

does NOT officially constitute dropping or<br />

withdrawing from a course. The CEE<br />

Registration office must be notified and<br />

appropriate forms must be filed. Students<br />

must drop via My<strong>CSUDH</strong> or in person, to<br />

officially drop or withdraw.<br />

DROPPING A COURSE OR COMPLETE<br />

WITHDRAWAL FROM SUMMER TERM<br />

If you decide to drop a course or completely<br />

withdraw (drop all courses), you must file a<br />

Change of Program (Drop Card) from the<br />

Extended Education Registration office, EE<br />

1100.<br />

Drops and complete withdrawals may be<br />

processed via my.csudh.edu prior to the<br />

session.<br />

You must drop all classes by May 25, <strong>2018</strong> to<br />

receive 100% refund (less $10 processing fee)<br />

for <strong>Summer</strong> Session 1 and the Regular<br />

<strong>Summer</strong> Session. You must drop all classes by<br />

July 6, <strong>2018</strong> to receive 100% refund (less $10<br />

processing fee) for <strong>Summer</strong> Session 2.<br />

DROP, PRIOR TO THE FIRST DAY OF SESSION<br />

You must drop a six-week (or longer) course<br />

before a session begins. Via my.csudh.edu,<br />

students may drop prior to the first day of a<br />

session without record of enrollment, "W"<br />

grade on transcripts and without instructor's<br />

signature.<br />

DROPS DURING THE FIRST TWO WEEKS OF<br />

THE SESSION<br />

Students may drop or withdraw from any<br />

six-week course prior to and during the first<br />

two weeks of a session without record of<br />

enrollment or "W" on transcript, and without<br />

instructor's signature. You may drop or<br />

completely withdraw from six-week (or<br />

longer) courses during this period via my.<br />

csudh.edu.<br />

DROPS DURING THIRD THROUGH FIFTH<br />

WEEKS OF THE SESSION<br />

During the third and until the final week of<br />

the six-week session, the instructor's and the<br />

school dean's (or associate dean's)<br />

signatures are required on the Change of<br />

Program form in order to drop. Nonmatriculated<br />

students need the signatures of<br />

the instructor and the dean of Extended<br />

Education. Drops or complete withdrawals<br />

during this period must be processed in<br />

person.<br />

If a student drops or withdraws after the<br />

second week of either a six-week or regular<br />

session, a grade of "W" for the course(s) will<br />

appear on the student’s transcript.<br />

DROPPING FOUR AND FIVE WEEK COURSES<br />

During the first week, a student may<br />

withdraw and no grade is assigned. No<br />

signatures are required if a four or five week<br />

course is dropped during the first week. Prior<br />

to the last four days of the session, a student<br />

may withdraw with a "W" with the signatures<br />

of the instructor and school dean. During the<br />

last four days of the session, a student may<br />

withdraw with a "W" grade for serious and<br />

compelling reason, with the signatures of the<br />

instructor and school dean.<br />

Fees<br />

Students are fully responsible for meeting the<br />

payment deadline even if a bill is not<br />

received. Failure to make a payment by the<br />

deadline may result in disenrollment from<br />

courses. Account balances are available<br />

through my.csudh.edu and by calling the<br />

Registration office, College of Extended &<br />

International Education, (310) 243-3741.<br />

Students wishing to be considered for<br />

<strong>Summer</strong> <strong>2018</strong> financial aid must complete<br />

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and submit a <strong>Summer</strong> <strong>2018</strong> Financial Aid<br />

Request Form. By submitting this form, the<br />

Financial Aid Office will allow students to<br />

defer their summer registration fees and<br />

their classes will be held from disenrollment.<br />

Students will be notified via their <strong>CSUDH</strong><br />

e-mail account of their summer aid<br />

eligibility.<br />

Students whose financial aid does not cover<br />

the full amount of their <strong>Summer</strong> fees, or<br />

who are deemed ineligible for financial aid<br />

will be responsible for paying the balance<br />

of their <strong>Summer</strong> fees. Additionally, a hold<br />

will be placed on their student records and<br />

the <strong>Summer</strong> fees will need to be paid-in-full<br />

along with Fall fees to avoid disenrollment<br />

from Fall classes.<br />

Students planning to borrow a Federal Direct<br />

Loan must be enrolled in the minimum<br />

required units. Students, who are not enrolled<br />

in a minimum of 6 units (undergraduate) or 4<br />

units (graduate) during <strong>Summer</strong> Session I,<br />

will have their disbursements delayed until<br />

the start of <strong>Summer</strong> Session II.<br />

Please note: Because students will be<br />

enrolling through Extended Education for<br />

their summer classes, State University Grants<br />

can not be offered to assist with the payment<br />

of registration fees.<br />

Installment Payment Plan<br />

• Installment plan is available. For<br />

additional information, please contact<br />

the Office of Extended & International<br />

Education at (310) 243-3741. To sign<br />

up, visit the College of Extended &<br />

International Registration office,<br />

EE1100.<br />

Fees may be paid three ways: online, in<br />

person, or by mail. Acceptable methods of<br />

payment are check, money order, or credit<br />

card (Visa, Discover, or MasterCard).<br />

• To pay online, go to ToroPay at my.csudh.<br />

edu.; Fees MUST be paid at the time of<br />

registration. After adding a course, be<br />

sure to click on “Account Inquiry” first,<br />

then go to the “Make a Payment” page,<br />

select “<strong>Summer</strong> <strong>2018</strong>” and pay with<br />

VISA, MasterCard, or Discover Card.<br />

Note: Credit Card payments are subject<br />

to a non-refundable 2.75% fee.<br />

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• To pay in person, visit the College of<br />

Extended & International Registration<br />

office, EE1100.<br />

• Mail (check only) payment to:<br />

College of Extended and International<br />

Education<br />

1000 East Victoria Street<br />

Carson, CA 90747<br />

Dishonored Checks<br />

Students whose checks are returned by their<br />

bank are subject to disenrollment.<br />

Dishonored checks that are not paid may be<br />

sent to the L.A. District Attorney.<br />

Students with Third Party payments (online and<br />

in person registration) must submit the<br />

appropriate authorization to the College of<br />

Extended Education Registration Office, EE<br />

1100. Students may also fax this to (310) 516-<br />

3971. Please note that you will be dis-enrolled<br />

from your classes if this authorization is not<br />

received by the College of Extended<br />

Education.<br />

MANDATORY STUDENT REGISTRATION FEES<br />

The CSU makes every effort to keep student<br />

costs to a minimum. Fees listed in published<br />

schedules or student accounts may need to be<br />

increased when public funding is inadequate.<br />

Therefore, CSU must reserve the right, even<br />

after initial fee payments are made, to increase<br />

or modify any listed fees, without notice, until<br />

the date when instruction for a particular<br />

semester or quarter has begun. All CSU listed<br />

fees should be regarded as estimates that are<br />

subject to change upon approval by The Board<br />

of Trustees.<br />

These <strong>Summer</strong> <strong>2018</strong> Programs are being<br />

administered through the College of Extended<br />

and International Education (CEE).<br />

UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS<br />

Tuition Fee<br />

$275 Per unit<br />

Other Registration Fees<br />

Student Activity Fee $3.00<br />

Student Center Fee $138.00*<br />

Total Other Mandatory Reg. Fees $139.00<br />

QUALIFIED CREDENTIAL STUDENTS<br />

Tuition Fee<br />

$310 Per unit<br />

Other Registration Fees<br />

Student Activity Fee $3.00<br />

Student Center Fee $138.00*<br />

Total Other Mandatory Reg. Fees $139.00<br />

GRADUATE STUDENTS<br />

Tuition Fee<br />

$330 Per unit<br />

Other Registration Fees<br />

Student Activity Fee $3.00<br />

Student Center Fee $138.00*<br />

Total Other Mandatory Reg. Fees $139.00<br />

Non-Matriculated Students (Undergraduate)<br />

Tuition Fee<br />

$275 Per unit<br />

Other Registration Fees<br />

Student Activity Fee $3.00<br />

Student Center Fee $138.00*<br />

Total Other Mandatory Reg. Fees $139.00<br />

Non-Matriculated Students (Graduate)<br />

Tuition Fee<br />

$330 Per unit<br />

Other Registration Fees<br />

Student Activity Fee $3.00<br />

Student Center Fee $138.00*<br />

Total Other Mandatory Reg. Fees $139.00<br />

If applicable, there is a non-refundable<br />

Identification Card fee of $5 for all students.<br />

*Nursing students: Student Activity Fee $3 &<br />

Student Center Fee $24.<br />

WESTERN UNIVERSITY EXCHANGE (WUE)<br />

For more information please consult www.<br />

csudh.edu/accounting-services/studentfinancial-services/term-fees-information


Refunds:<br />

Refund for <strong>Summer</strong> One and Regular<br />

<strong>Summer</strong> Session<br />

<strong>Summer</strong> One (the first 6-week session)<br />

and Regular <strong>Summer</strong> Session (the 12-week<br />

session) will begin on May 26, <strong>2018</strong>. Students<br />

dropping a course before 11:59pm on May 25<br />

in either of those sessions will receive a full<br />

refund (less a $10 processing fee). There will<br />

be a 75% refund for dropping a course during<br />

the first week, May 26 - Jun 1. There will be<br />

a 50% refund for dropping a course during<br />

the second week, June 2-8. Beginning June<br />

10, <strong>2018</strong>, there will be no refund for <strong>Summer</strong><br />

One (the first 6-week session) or the Regular<br />

<strong>Summer</strong> Session (the 12-week session).<br />

Note: Regardless of when a course starts<br />

within <strong>Summer</strong> One or Regular <strong>Summer</strong><br />

Session, no refund will be granted after<br />

11:59 pm on June 8, <strong>2018</strong>.<br />

Note: Credit card convenience fees are not<br />

refundable.<br />

Refund for <strong>Summer</strong> Two<br />

<strong>Summer</strong> Two (the second term, which is a<br />

6-week term) will begin on July 7, <strong>2018</strong>.<br />

Students dropping a course in <strong>Summer</strong><br />

Two will receive a full refund (less a $10<br />

processing fee) before 11:59pm on July 6.<br />

There will be a 75% refund for dropping<br />

a course during the first week, July 7-13.<br />

There will be a 50% refund for dropping a<br />

course during the second week, July 14-20.<br />

Beginning July 22, <strong>2018</strong>, there will be no<br />

refund for <strong>Summer</strong> Two (the second term,<br />

which is a 5-week term).<br />

Note: Regardless of when a course starts<br />

within <strong>Summer</strong> Two, no refund will be granted<br />

after 11:59pm on July 21, <strong>2018</strong>.<br />

Note: Credit card convenience fees are no<br />

refundable.<br />

Class Cancellations<br />

If the University cancels a class, all the<br />

students enrolled in that class will get an<br />

automatic refund for the full campus fees and<br />

the full tuition fees.<br />

Transcripts<br />

Transcripts may be ordered online, by phone,<br />

or by mail. Expedited requests may also be<br />

made in person. Details are available at<br />

http://www.csudh.edu/records-registration/<br />

records/request-transcript. The fee for<br />

transcripts is $4, payable at the Cashier’s<br />

Office. <strong>CSUDH</strong> Records & Registration keeps<br />

track of your degree applicable credits and<br />

records them in your student file.<br />

Grade Reports<br />

Official transcripts with current grades will be<br />

available approximately five weeks after the end<br />

of the course. To learn your grade for any graded<br />

class, including Extension, Special <strong>Sessions</strong>,<br />

<strong>Summer</strong> <strong>Sessions</strong> and Winter Session, please<br />

access My<strong>CSUDH</strong>: http://my.csudh.edu, or go<br />

to http://www.csudh.edu From the QUICKLINKS<br />

pull-down menu, select My<strong>CSUDH</strong>.<br />

Changes From <strong>Bulletin</strong><br />

The University reserves the right to make<br />

changes in the class schedule as printed.<br />

When classes are split or sections are<br />

cancelled, it may be necessary to assign an<br />

instructor different from the one listed in the<br />

class schedule.<br />

Credit/No Credit Option<br />

(Undergraduate Students Only)<br />

Undergraduate students selecting the Credit/<br />

No Credit option must do so by the end of the<br />

third week of instruction. Credit/No Credit<br />

forms are available from the Extension Office,<br />

the Office of Records & Registration, and<br />

Information and Service Center, and must<br />

be submitted by the deadline. For additional<br />

conditions or limitations of the Credit/No<br />

Credit option, consult the current <strong>CSUDH</strong><br />

catalog at:<br />

http://www.csudh.edu/university-catalog<br />

Season for a Change!<br />

ADD or DROP Classes<br />

1. Complete the ADD/DROP information on<br />

the Change of Program form, available<br />

from the College of Extended &<br />

International Education Registration<br />

Office EE 1100, in the Extended<br />

Education Complex. Use the schedule<br />

number (5 numbers), department name<br />

(3 letters), course number (3 numbers)<br />

and section number (2 numbers).<br />

2. If adding, have the instructor sign the<br />

form.<br />

3. If dropping, enter the information in the<br />

DROP position of the card. Instructor’s<br />

signature is not required before end of<br />

first week of class.<br />

4. Return the Change of Program form to<br />

the Extended Education Office.<br />

5. Present your receipt and I.D. card.<br />

6. Conditions for dropping a course after<br />

the third week are outlined in the current<br />

<strong>CSUDH</strong> Catalog.<br />

A student who enrolls in a course, discontinues<br />

attendance, and does not officially drop the<br />

course will automatically receive a “WU” (calculated<br />

as “F” in G.P.A.) or “F” grade for the<br />

course, which is permanently recorded. Students<br />

are responsible for submitting completed drop or<br />

withdrawal forms to the designated offices.<br />

The <strong>Summer</strong> <strong>2018</strong> <strong>CSUDH</strong> Extended Education Catalog is available now!<br />

Business, Pleasure or Enrichment?<br />

Enroll in an extension course and explore possibilities for life or career enhancement.<br />

Browse the Catalog for opportunities to advance or enjoy.<br />

Want to Change or Update Your Career?<br />

Discover our professional certificate programs. Most professionals change careers at least<br />

three times in their lives. Is it time for you? Need to Update Technology Skills?<br />

<strong>CSUDH</strong> Extended Education features a range of new courses in information and media<br />

technology which provide managers and teachers with cutting-edge skills.<br />

<strong>CSUDH</strong> Extended Education specializes in accessible, quality courses, workshops, and<br />

programs. Extended Education can customize content and delivery for on-site corporate<br />

training or mediated instruction.<br />

Request the <strong>Summer</strong> <strong>2018</strong> Catalog, phone (310) 243-2075 or browse our Web<br />

site at www.csudh.edu/ee<br />

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General Information<br />

Grades<br />

For Academic Programs, student performance<br />

in each course is reported at the end of the<br />

session by one of the following grades (with<br />

grade points earned):<br />

GRADE<br />

GRADE POINTS<br />

A.............................................................................4.0<br />

A-............................................................................3.7<br />

B+.................................................................3.3<br />

B.................................................................3.0<br />

B-.................................................................2.7<br />

C+.................................................................2.3<br />

C.................................................................2.0<br />

C-.................................................................1.7<br />

D+.................................................................1.3<br />

D.................................................................1.0<br />

F.................................................................0<br />

The following grades are to be used for approved<br />

courses only:<br />

I (Incomplete authorized--not counted in GPA)<br />

IC (Incomplete charged)<br />

WU (Withdrawal Unauthorized)<br />

W (Withdrawal--not counted in GPA)<br />

AU (Audit--not counted in GPA, no units<br />

allowed)<br />

CR Credit (not counted in grade average, but<br />

units allowed)<br />

CR* (Credit in sub-collegiate course, no units)<br />

NC No Credit (not counted in GPA, no units<br />

allowed)<br />

RP (Report in Progress-- credit is deferred<br />

until completion of course)<br />

*** (Graduate Continuation Course)<br />

RD (Report Delayed)<br />

Course Numbering System<br />

The course numbering system for the University is<br />

based upon three-digit numbers as follows:<br />

000-099 Sub-collegiate courses, not for<br />

baccalaureate credit<br />

100-199 Lower division courses, normally taken<br />

in the freshman year<br />

200-299 Lower division courses, normally taken<br />

in the sophomore year<br />

300-399 Upper division courses, normally taken<br />

in the junior year<br />

400-499 Upper division courses, normally taken<br />

in the senior year<br />

500-599 Graduate courses, normally limited<br />

to graduate students<br />

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Use of the I.D. Card<br />

The I.D. Card must be carried at all times<br />

and be validated each term. A current<br />

I.D. Card is necessary to perform certain<br />

transactions in Admissions, Records and<br />

Registration, the Library, the Business Office<br />

and other campus offices. I.D. cards for<br />

Open University students will be issued at<br />

the Extended Education Office.<br />

Disabled Student Services<br />

Students with verified disabilities, which<br />

are permanent or temporary (e.g., broken<br />

bones, strained back, other sprains, etc.)<br />

are eligible for a variety of support services<br />

from the Disabled Student Services Office.<br />

Information regarding special facilities<br />

and services available to students with a<br />

disability may be obtained from the Director<br />

of Disabled Student Services Office, located<br />

in Welch Hall, Room B-250, (310) 243-3660<br />

(voice) or 243-2028 (TDD).<br />

Office Hours for College of Extended &<br />

International Education<br />

The College of Extended & International<br />

Education Registration Office is located in<br />

the Extended Education Complex, EE 1100,<br />

on the west side of the campus just south<br />

of Victoria Street. The College of Extended<br />

Education is open from 8am-8pm, Monday<br />

through Thursday; 8am-5pm on Friday<br />

and from 8am-1:30pm on Saturday. The<br />

telephone number is (310) 243-3741.<br />

Parking<br />

Parking permits are required for on-campus<br />

classes. They are available from the yellow<br />

machines at the entrance of each parking lot<br />

for $8.00 per day. A parking permit good for<br />

the semester may be purchased for $90.00<br />

from the Cashier’s Office.<br />

Library Services<br />

Student identifications cards--available<br />

at the Extended Education Office--will<br />

entitle you to full use of the Cain Education<br />

Resources Center.<br />

Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act<br />

of 1973<br />

California State University, Dominguez Hills<br />

is an equal opportunity/affirmative action<br />

institution. As a unit of the university, the<br />

College of Extended Education does not<br />

discriminate on the basis of race, color,<br />

religion, national origin, gender, sexual<br />

preference, age, disability or veteran status.<br />

This policy is applicable to employment and<br />

student admission, and to all educational<br />

programs and activities.<br />

Privacy Information<br />

The University complies with Federal and<br />

State laws concerning privacy rights of<br />

students. These rights are summarized in<br />

the University Catalog. Questions about<br />

privacy rights may be directed to the Dean<br />

of Extended Education at (310) 243-3737<br />

or the Vice President for Student Affairs at<br />

(310) 243-3784.<br />

Use of Social Security Number<br />

<strong>CSUDH</strong> provides all students with generic<br />

9 digit student ID numbers. These ID<br />

numbers are used to identify student<br />

records, registration, and to conduct all<br />

University business. However, students<br />

are still required to provide the University<br />

with their correct social security numbers<br />

(individual taxpayer identification numbers)<br />

pursuant to the authority contained in<br />

Section 41201, Title 5, California Code<br />

of Regulations, and Section 6109 of the<br />

Internal Revenue Code. The University<br />

uses the social security number to identify<br />

records pertaining to the student and, if<br />

needed, to collect debts owed the University.<br />

Also, the Internal Revenue Service requires<br />

the University to file information returns<br />

that include the student’s social security<br />

number and other information such as the<br />

amount paid for qualified tuition, related<br />

expenses, and interest on educational loans.<br />

That information is used to help determine<br />

whether a student, or a person claiming a<br />

student as a dependent, may take a credit<br />

or deduction to reduce federal income taxes.<br />

Students who do not have a social security<br />

number at the time of enrollment will be<br />

required to obtain a social security number<br />

and submit it to the University within sixty<br />

days. Failure to furnish a correct social<br />

security number may result in the imposition<br />

of a penalty by the Internal Revenue Service.<br />

Immigration Requirements for Licensure<br />

On August 27, 1996, Governor Pete Wilson<br />

issued Executive Order W-135-96 which


equested that the CSU and other state<br />

agencies implement “as expeditiously<br />

as reasonably practicable” the provision<br />

of The Personal Responsibility and Work<br />

Opportunity Reconciliation Act (PRAWORA)<br />

of 1996 Reconciliation Act (PRAWORA) of<br />

1996 (P.L.104-193). The Act, also known as<br />

the Welfare Reform Act, included provisions<br />

to eliminate eligibility for federal and state<br />

public benefits for certain categories of<br />

lawful immigrants as well as benefits for all<br />

illegal immigrants.<br />

Students who will require a professional<br />

or commercial license provided by a local,<br />

state, or federal government agency in<br />

order to engage in an occupation for which<br />

the CSU may be training them must meet<br />

the immigration requirements of the new<br />

Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity<br />

Reconciliation Act to achieve licensure.<br />

Information concerning the regulation is<br />

available from the Vice President of Student<br />

Affairs, (310) 243-3784.<br />

Important Tax Credit Information<br />

If you are enrolled in an eligible degree or<br />

certificate program or are taking courses<br />

to acquire or improve job skills, you may<br />

qualify for a Hope Scholarship or Lifetime<br />

Learning Tax Credit. The Hope Scholarship<br />

Tax Credit is available only to students<br />

in their first two years of postsecondary<br />

education who are enrolled at least half-time<br />

in an eligible program. The tax credits are<br />

based on the amount of qualified tuition<br />

and fees, less grants and other tax-free<br />

educational assistance and the taxpayer’s<br />

modified adjusted gross income. Hope<br />

credits apply to fees paid after December 31,<br />

1997.<br />

The Lifetime Learning Tax Credit<br />

The Lifetime Learning tax credit is<br />

available to students at all educational and<br />

enrollment levels who are enrolled at an<br />

eligible educational institution. As with the<br />

Hope Scholarship tax credit, this opportunity<br />

is based on the amount of qualified tuition<br />

and fees, less grants and other tax-free<br />

educational assistance and the taxpayer’s<br />

modified adjusted gross income. The<br />

Lifetime Learning credit applies to fees paid<br />

after June 30, 1998.<br />

Consult IRS Publication 970 or your tax<br />

preparer for additional information on both<br />

programs.<br />

Americans with Disabilities Act<br />

It is the policy of California State University<br />

Dominguez Hills to comply with the Section<br />

504 Regulations [now, Americans with<br />

Disabilities Act] adopted by the Department<br />

of Health, Education and Welfare.<br />

Accordingly, any student at California State<br />

University Dominguez Hills who believes that<br />

there has been a violation of the Regulations<br />

is encouraged to discuss the matter with<br />

the appropriate <strong>CSUDH</strong> college, the campus<br />

Handicapped Regulations Coordinator, and/<br />

or the Handicapped Services Coordinator,<br />

and such persons as may be identified by<br />

the Handicapped Regulations Coordinator in<br />

order to resolve the matter in a prompt and<br />

equitable manner.<br />

Sexual Harassment Policy<br />

It is the policy of California State University,<br />

Dominguez Hills, that the campus maintain<br />

a working and learning environment free<br />

from sexual harassment of its students,<br />

employees, and those who apply for student<br />

or employee status. All should be aware<br />

that California State University , Dominguez<br />

Hills is concerned and will take action<br />

to eliminate sexual harassment. Sexual<br />

harassment includes such behavior as<br />

sexual advances, request for sexual favors,<br />

and other verbal or physical conduct of a<br />

sexual nature directed towards an employee,<br />

student, or applicant when one or more of<br />

the following circumstances are present:<br />

• Submission to or toleration of the conduct<br />

is an explicit or implicit term or condition<br />

of appointment, employment, admission or<br />

academic evaluation:<br />

• Submission to rejection of such conduct is<br />

used as a basis for a personnel decision or<br />

an academic evaluation:<br />

The conduct has the purpose or effect<br />

of interfering with an employee’s work<br />

performance, or creating an intimidating,<br />

hostile, offensive or otherwise adverse<br />

learning environment, or adversely affecting<br />

any student.<br />

In determining whether conduct actually<br />

constitutes sexual harassment, the<br />

circumstances surrounding the conduct will<br />

be carefully considered. However, where the<br />

facts support the allegations, all appropriate<br />

measures including disciplinary action will<br />

be taken. For more detailed information on<br />

this policy see website at www.csudh.edu/<br />

pms/printable/99-02.html<br />

Learn how to get funding<br />

for<br />

your project!<br />

Grant Writing<br />

& Administration<br />

Certificate of Completion<br />

(hybrid online/on-campus)<br />

for information, go to:<br />

www.csudh.edu/ceie/grant-writing<br />

Test Preparation<br />

Courses<br />

Workshop designed to help students<br />

prepare for exams.<br />

GMAT<br />

Graduate Management Admission Test<br />

CBEST<br />

California Basic Educational Skills Test<br />

CSET Multiple Subject Exam<br />

Exam for Teachers<br />

GRE Review<br />

Graduate Record Exam-General Test<br />

RICA<br />

Reading Instruction Competence Assessment<br />

go to:<br />

www.csudh.edu/ceie/test-prep<br />

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Map of Campus


CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, DOMINGUEZ HILLS<br />

SUMMER SESSIONS REGISTRATION FORM<br />

Date of Application_____________________Student ID:_______________________Birth date:___________________________<br />

month / day / year<br />

Name:________________________________________________________________________________________________<br />

Last First M.I.<br />

Address:_______________________________________________________________________________________________<br />

Street City State Zip<br />

Telephone:_____________________________________________________________________________________________<br />

Daytime Evening Fax Cell<br />

New Address? yes * no * Enrolled at <strong>CSUDH</strong> previously? yes * no *<br />

male * female * Date last enrolled_________Term (e.g. <strong>Summer</strong> '18)<br />

Employer:_____________________________________________________________________________________________<br />

Company Name<br />

Email<br />

COURSE INFORMATION<br />

Course No. DEPT/SECTION COURSE TITLE UNITS INSTRUCTOR SIGNATURE FEE<br />

PAYMENT METHOD<br />

Total Fee Submitted $_________________<br />

* Check/Money Order, made payable to <strong>CSUDH</strong> EXTENSION.<br />

I AUTHORIZE THE USE OF MY: VISA * MASTERCARD * DISCOVER *<br />

_____________________________________ _______________________________<br />

ACCOUNT NUMBER EXP DATE SIGNATURE<br />

REFUND POLICY<br />

Refunds are not automatic; you must file appropriate forms in the Extended Education Office in<br />

order to receive a refund. Refunds take a minimum of six to eight weeks for processing. Refunds<br />

are granted in accordance with the State refund schedule. If a course is cancelled, the entire<br />

fee will be refunded. If you withdraw after the first class and before 25 percent of the course<br />

has elapsed, 65 percent of the total fee will be refunded. After 25 percent of the course time<br />

has elapsed, no refund will be made; however a drop form must still be filed. Stop payments on<br />

checks are NOT an acceptable withdrawal from the course(s) and will result in a financial penalty.<br />

For more information call the College of Extended & International Education: (310) 243-3741.<br />

OFFICE USE ONLY<br />

SEMESTER:<br />

Sum Fall Spr (circle one)<br />

Year____________<br />

Date____________<br />

Total Fees____________<br />

Entered by ____Initial______<br />

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