CSUDH Summer Sessions 2018 Bulletin (Interactive)

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CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY

DOMINGUEZ HILLS

S u m m e r S e s s i o n s 2 0 1 8

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

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

Academic Calendar.....................4

Index of Classes ..................... 5

Schedule of Classes .................. 6

Registration Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20

General Information...................24

Map of Campus ......................26

Registration Form . . . . . . . . ............27

Summer Sessions

2018 Summer

Classes Begin May 26

Cover Photo ©2017 Michael Pliskin

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Summer Sessions

DO YOU WANT TO TAKE

UNIVERSITY CLASSES NOW?

CSUDH Summer Session is an easy way for anyone to participate

in regular university classes at CSU Dominguez Hills.

Registration is easy - formal admission to CSUDH is not required.

Simply call 310-243-3741.

Each class you take through Summer Sessions at CSUDH

may apply toward your future degree while you enhance your

professional skills and explore your personal interests.

High School students who will have completed their junior year

by June may register with the written support of their principal or

counselor accompanying their registration form and fees.

Earning Credit Toward a Degree Through

Summer Session

Summer Session courses are recorded as resident credit on CSUDH transcripts

and can count toward undergraduate and graduate degrees at CSUDH

• Take CSUDH credit courses without being

admitted to the university. No transcripts,

applications, or other documentation

are required. Apply credits you earn to a

degree later, if you wish.

• Test a degree program to see if it suits

your educational aspirations.

• Improve your grade point average if your

first attempt at college courses was

less than successful. If you have been

disqualified from the university or denied

admission because of a grade point

deficiency, you can enroll in Summer

Session and get a second chance to show

your true potential.

For further information:

call 310-243-3741

or email: learn@csudh.edu

or go to:

www.csudh.edu/summer

Facebook/Instagram: @CSUDHIntersession

• Complete requirements for a degree

begun at another university.

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Academic Program Calendar Summer Semester 2018

Summer Session 1

(First 6 weeks of summer term) - Saturday, May 26 - Friday, July 6, 2018

Mar 19-May 25 Registration - Session 1

May 25

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

May 25

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

May 26

Classes Begin

May 28

Memorial Day Holiday Observed - No Classes; Campus Closed

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

Jun 1

Last day to add a class

Jun 1

Last day to change grading option to Credit/No Credit

Jun 8

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

Jun 9-29 Withdrawal for Serious and Compelling Reason

Jul 4

Independence Day Holiday Observed - No Classes; Campus Closed

Jul 4-6

Withdrawal for Serious Accident or Illness

Jul 6

Last Day of Class

Jul 9

Final Grades due via MyCSUDH

Summer Session 2

(Second 6 weeks of summer term) - Saturday, July 7 - Friday, August 17, 2018

Mar 19-Jul 6 Registration -Session 2

Jul 6

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

Jul 6

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

Jul 7

Classes Begin

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

Jul 13

Last Day to Add a Course**

Jul 13

Last Day to Request CR/NC option*

Jul 20

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

Jul 21-Aug 10 Withdrawal for Serious and Compelling Reason

Aug 11-17 Withdrawal for Serious Accident or Illness

Aug 17

Last Day of Class

Aug 20

Final Grades due via MyCSUDH

Regular Session (entire 11 week summer term) - Saturday, May 26 - Friday, August 17, 2018

Mar 19-May 25

May 25

May 25

May 26

May 26-Jun 1

May 28

Jun 1

Jun 1

Jun 8

Jun 9-Aug 10

Jul 4

Aug 11-17

Aug 17

Aug 20

Registration - Regular Session

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

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

Classes Begin

Late Registration - Session 1 ($25 late registration fee assessed)

Memorial Day Holiday Observed - No Classes; Campus Closed

Last day to add a class

Last day to change grading option to Credit/No Credit

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

Withdrawal for Serious and Compelling Reason

Independence Day Holiday Observed - No Classes; Campus Closed

Withdrawal for Serious Accident or Illness

Last Day of Class

Final Grades due via MyCSUDH

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A

Index

Abbreviation Key 19

Academic Program Calendar 4

Academic Program Course

Offerings:

Regular Session 6

Session One 9

Session Two 14

Accounting 10, 14

Add Classes 23

Africana Studies 9, 14

Anthropology 14

Art 9, 14

Asian-Pacific Studies 9, 14

B

Biology 9, 14

Business 6, 10, 14

C

Calendar 4

Chemistry 7

Chicano/Chicana Studies 10,

15

Class Times 19

Clinical Science 10, 15

Communications 7, 10, 15

Computer Forensics 7, 10, 15

Computer Info Systems 6, 10,

15

Computer Science 11, 15

Course Fees 22

Criminal Justice 7,

D

Dance 11, 15

Dishonored Check Policy 22

Drop Classes 23

E

Earth Science 16

Economics 6

Education 8, 11, 16

English 11, 16

F

Fees 22

Finance 6

G

General Information 24

Grades 24

Graduate Education 8

H

Health Science 16

History 11, 16

How to Register 20

Human Resource Mgt 6

Human Services 8, 11

Humanities 11, 16

I

Interdisciplinary Studies/PACE

11, 17

K

Kinesiology 12, 17

Key to Symbols and

Abbreviations 19

L

Law 6

M

Management 6, 10

Map of Campus 26

Marital & Family Therapy 12

Marketing 7

Music 12, 17

N

Nursing (BSN) 8, 12

Nursing (MSN) 12

O

Operations Mgt 7, 10, 15

P

Parking 24

Philosophy 12

Physics 12, 17

Political Science 13, 17

Psychology 13, 17

Public Administration 9

Q

Quick Reference 2

R

Recreation & Leisure Studies 17

Refunds 23

Registration 20

REGISTRATION FORM 27

S

Science, Mathematics &

Technology 13, 18

Social & Behaviorial Sciences

13, 18

Sociology 9, 13, 18

Spanish 18

Special Education 8, 16

T

Teacher Education 8, 11, 16

Theater Arts 13, 18

Transcripts 23

W

Women's Studies 13

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CLASS

NUMBER

DEPARTMENT

NR. & SEC.

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

Academic Program Course Offerings -

Regular Session

Business Administration

Business

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

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

Computer Information Systems

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

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

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

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

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

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

Economics

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

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

Finance

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

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

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

Human Resource Management

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

Law

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

Management

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

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

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

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

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

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

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Instructor assignment may change without prior notification to students.

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


CLASS

NUMBER

DEPARTMENT

NR. & SEC.

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

Marketing

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

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

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

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

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

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

Operations Management

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

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

30540 OMG 322 35 Operations Management 3.00 n/a n/a n/a online

Computer Information Systems (See Business Administration)

Chemistry

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Communications

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

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

Computer Forensics

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

Criminal Justice

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

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

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

Instructor assignment may change without prior notification to students.

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


CLASS

NUMBER

DEPARTMENT

NR. & SEC.

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

Education

Special Education

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Graduate Education

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

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

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

Teacher Education

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Human Services

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

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

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

Nursing (BSN)

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

8

Instructor assignment may change without prior notification to students.

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


CLASS

NUMBER

DEPARTMENT

NR. & SEC.

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

Public Administration

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

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

Sociology

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

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

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

Academic Program Course Offerings -

Session One

Africana Studies

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

Art

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

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

Asian-Pacific Studies

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

Biology

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

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

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

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

Instructor assignment may change without prior notification to students.

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


CLASS

NUMBER

DEPARTMENT

NR. & SEC.

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

Business Administration

Accounting

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

Business

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

Computer Information Systems

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

Management

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

Operations Management

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

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

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

Chicano/Chicana Studies

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

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

Clinical Science

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

Communications

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

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

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

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

Computer Forensics

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

10

Instructor assignment may change without prior notification to students.

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


CLASS

NUMBER

DEPARTMENT

NR. & SEC.

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

Computer Science

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

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

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

Dance

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

Education

Teacher Education

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

English

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

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

30622 ENG 350 12 Advanced Composition 3.00 12:30 PM 4:00 PM M W WHF145

History

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

Human Services

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

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

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

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

Humanities

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

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

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

Interdisciplinary Studies/PACE Program

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

Instructor assignment may change without prior notification to students.

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


CLASS

NUMBER

DEPARTMENT

NR. & SEC.

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

Kinesiology

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

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

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

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

Marital & Family Therapy

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

Music

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

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

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

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

Nursing (BSN)

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

30707 BSN 494 11 Independent Study 1.00 n/a n/a n/a online

Nursing (MSN)

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

Philosophy

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

Physics

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

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

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

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

12

Instructor assignment may change without prior notification to students.

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


CLASS

NUMBER

DEPARTMENT

NR. & SEC.

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

Political Science

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

Psychology

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

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

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

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

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

Science, Mathematics, & Technology

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

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

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

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

Social & Behavioral Sciences

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

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

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

Sociology

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

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

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

Theater Arts

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

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

Women's Studies

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

Instructor assignment may change without prior notification to students.

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


CLASS DEPARTMENT

NUMBER NR. & SEC.

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

Academic Program Course Offerings -

Session Two

Africana Studies

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

Anthropology

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

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

Art

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

Asian-Pacific Studies

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

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

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

Biology

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

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

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

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

Business Administration

Accounting

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

Business

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

14

Instructor assignment may change without prior notification to students.

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


CLASS

NUMBER

DEPARTMENT

NR. & SEC.

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

Computer Information Systems

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

Operations Management

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

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

Chicano/Chicana Studies

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

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

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

Clinical Science

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

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

Communications

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

Computer Forensics

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

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

Computer Science

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

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

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

Dance

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

Instructor assignment may change without prior notification to students.

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


CLASS

NUMBER

DEPARTMENT

NR. & SEC.

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

Earth Science

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

Education

Special Education

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

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

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

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

Teacher Education

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

Christine Mendoza

English

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

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

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

Health Science

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

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

History

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

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

Humanities

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

16

Instructor assignment may change without prior notification to students.

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


CLASS

NUMBER

DEPARTMENT

NR. & SEC.

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

Interdisciplinary Studies/PACE Program

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

Kinesiology

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

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

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

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

Music

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

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

Physics

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

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

Political Science

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

Psychology

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Recreation & Leisure Studies

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

Instructor assignment may change without prior notification to students.

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


CLASS

NUMBER

DEPARTMENT

NR. & SEC.

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

Science, Mathematics, & Technology

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

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

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

Social & Behavioral Sciences

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

Sociology

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

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

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

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

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

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

Spanish

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

Theatre Arts

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

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Instructor assignment may change without prior notification to students.

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


C l a s s T i m e s at

C S U D o m i n g u e z H i l l s

Monday, Wednesday, Friday

7:30 a.m. – 8:20 a.m.

8:30 a.m. – 9:20 a.m.

10:00 a.m. – 10:50 a.m.

11:30 a.m. – 12:20 p.m.

1:00 p.m. – 1:50 p.m.

Monday, Wednesday

7:00 a.m. – 8:15 a.m.

8:30 a.m. – 9:45 a.m.

10:00 a.m. – 11:15 a.m.

11:30 a.m. – 12:45 p.m.

1:00 p.m. – 2:15 p.m.

2:30 p.m. – 3:45 p.m.

# 4:00 p.m. – 5:15 p.m.

# 5:30 p.m. – 6:45 p.m.

# 7:00 p.m. – 8:15 p.m.

# 8:30 p.m. – 9:45 p.m.

Tuesday, Thursday

7:00 a.m. – 8:15 a.m.

8:30 a.m. – 9:45 a.m.

10:00 a.m. – 11:15 a.m.

11:30 a.m. – 12:45 p.m.

1:00 p.m. – 2:15 p.m.

2:30 p.m. – 3:45 p.m.

# 4:00 p.m. – 5:15 p.m.

# 5:30 p.m. – 6:45 p.m.

# 7:00 p.m. – 8:15 p.m.

# 8:30 p.m. – 9:45 p.m.

Key to Symbols and Abbreviations in the Course Listings

Course Meeting Locations

ERC = Educational Resources Center

FH = Field House

GYM = Gymnasium

HC = Hughes Education and Athletic Center

LCH = LaCorte Hall

LUSU = Loker University Student Union

NSM = Natural Sciences and Mathematics

SAC = South Academic Complex, Buildings 1, 2, & 3

SBS = Social and Behavioral Sciences

SCC = Small College Complex

SH = Student Housing

SHC = Student Health Center

OE = School of Education

TBA = To Be Arranged

Friday

8:30 a.m. – 11:15 a.m.

11:30 a.m. – 2:15 p.m.

Evening Classes

Meeting Once a Week

# 4:00 p.m. – 6:45 p.m.

# 6:10 p.m. – 9:45 p.m.

# 7:00 p.m. – 9:45 p.m.

A boldfaced # symbol

indicates course meets during evening hours.

NOTE:

With the exception of the Division of Nursing

courses (see Nursing course listing for class

times), final exam dates and times are

scheduled according to this Class Meeting

Time Module. If this module is not followed

when scheduling a course section, a time

frame and room location for finals week will

not be available for that course section unless

special arrangements have been made by the

instructor.

Day Abbreviations

W = Wednesday

M = Monday

MW = Monday/Wednesday

TTh = Tuesday/Thursday

W = Wednesday

Th = Thursday

F = Friday

S = Saturday

Su = Sunday

Course Suffixes

A = Activity P = Production

L = Laboratory S = Supervision

Most of these courses require enrollment in both the lecture

section and associated activity, lab, production or supervision

portion of the course.

Improve Your Career

Prospects

with

Certificate

Programs

from the

College of Extended

and International

Education

Information at

www.csudh.edu/ee

+ Prerequisite Required

Consult the course description in the current

University Catalog for course prerequisite(s).

Co-Req – co-requisite

Co-requisite courses require enrollment in both the lecture

section and associated activity, lab, production or supervision

portion of the course or, in some cases, enrollment in

another course. Co-reqs are listed below the course information

in italics. If the co-requisite CRN is listed, you must

register for that specific CRN. If only the department and

course number is listed, you may register for any section of

the co-requisite course for which you are eligible. Refer to the

course description in the current University Catalog.

Course Number (CN)

The five digit number in the far left column

identifies the course and section of the class you want to

take. During registration, it will be necessary to use this

number to register for a section or to change your program

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What is

Summer Sessions

and How Can It Benefit

You?

Through CSUDH College of Extended &

International Education, adults capable

of college-level work may enroll in regular

CSUDH courses during Summer Sessions on

a space-available basis. There is no formal

admission to the University and registration

is easy.

Summer Sessions gives you the

freedom to

• Sample a particular field before enrolling

in a degree program

• Take courses for professional or personal

development

• Improve your grade point average if you

have been turned down for admission by

the university or have been academically

disqualified.

• Get a start on your degree if you missed

the application deadline

Through the Summer Sessions program, you

can receive credit for your completed course

work in any of the lower division, upper

division, or graduate courses available to

you.

How to Register for

Summer Sessions

Registration Dates and Times

Summer Session 1 and Regular Summer

Session

Mar 19 - May 25, 2018 (CSUDH Students)

Mar 26 - May 25, 2018 (non-CSUDH

Students)

Summer Session 2

Mar 19 - Jul 6, 2018 (CSUDH Students)

Mar 26 - Jul 6, 2018 (non-CSUDH Students)

Ways to Register

• Online

If you have taken a class at CSUDH in the

past 2 years, you may register online at

my.csudh.edu.

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• By phone: (310) 243-3741 or

877-GO-HILLS (877-464-4557)

(VISA, Mastercard, Discover, & debit cards)

• By Mail:

Print and complete the Registration Form

Mail to:

CSU Dominguez Hills

College of Extended and International

Education

1000 East Victoria Street

Carson, CA 90747

• In person

Extended Education Complex, EE 1100

CSU Dominguez Hills

College of Extended and International

Education

1000 East Victoria Street

Carson, CA 90747

Fees Payment Deadlines:

Students must pay fees on day of registration

or courses may be dropped for non-payment.

If courses are dropped for non-payment, you

may register again and pay immediately to

reserve your course selections, if there are

still seats available. You will not receive a

bill. You may review your registration fees on

my.csudh.edu.

1. Fee Payment - Your fees are due at the

time of registration. You will not receive a

bill. You may check your fees at my.csudh.

edu.

2. Fees may be paid three ways: online, in

person, or by mail. Acceptable methods of

payment are check, money order, or credit

card (Visa, Discover, or MasterCard).

• To pay online:

Go to ToroPay at my.csudh.edu; Fees MUST

be paid at the time of registration.

After adding a course, be sure to click on

“Account Inquiry” first, then go to the

“Make a Payment” page, select “Summer

2018” and pay with VISA, MasterCard, or

Discover Card.

Note: Credit Card payments are subject to

a non-refundable 2.75% fee.

• To pay in person:

Visit the College of Extended &

International Registration office, EE1100.

• Mail (check only) payment to:

College of Extended and International

Education

1000 East Victoria Street

Carson, CA 90747

LATE REGISTRATION

Dates:

Session 1 and Regular Session:

May 26-Jun 1, 2018

Session 2: July 7-July 13, 2018

• In person

Extended Education Complex, EE 1100

CSU Dominguez Hills

College of Extended and International

Education

1000 East Victoria Street

• Online: my.csudh.edu: Only with permission

numbers which you can obtain from the

Department.

• Fees: Due on day of Late Registration.

Additional $25.00 Late Registration fee

assessed. Fees must be paid at the

Extended Education Registration office or

online at my.csudh.edu. Note: Waitlisting

is not available during Late Registration.

ADDS (beginning May 26, 2018)

For: Students who have already registered but

who wish to add classes

Dates:

Session 1 and Regular Session: May 26-Jun

1, 2018

Session 2: July 7-13, 2018

• Online Registration Hours (my.csudh.edu):

Mon through Sat 8:00 am-12 midnight

Sunday -system not available

• By phone: (310) 243-3741 or

877-GO-HILLS (877-464-4557)

(VISA, MasterCard, Discover, & debit cards)

• By Mail:

Print and complete the Registration form

• Mail to:

CSU Dominguez Hills

College of Extended and International

Education

1000 East Victoria Street

Carson, CA 90747

• In person

Extended Education Complex, EE 1100

CSU Dominguez Hills

College of Extended and International

Education

1000 East Victoria Street

Carson, CA 90747


• Office Hours:

Office Hours: M-Th 8am-8pm; Fri 8am -

5pm; Sat 8am-1:30pm.

Fees: Due on day of add, if adding class will

result in a change of fees. Fees must be

paid at the Extended Education Registration

office or online at MyCSUDH .

To add a course before the start of the

session (refer to registration dates).

To add a course after the start of the

session, obtain a Late Registration

Permission Number from the instructor of

the course or signature. Go to MyCSUDH and

register using this number. The number can

only be used for the specific course that it is

assigned to and can only be used once by

the expiration date.

Appropriate signatures are needed and you

must register in person if one or more the

following exist:

1) if you are attempting to exceed max

hours;

2) if there is a time conflict;

3) if there are issues regarding co-requisites

An advisor's signature of approval is

required on the Change of Program form to

exceed approved max hour limit.

Six-week courses may be added during the

first week of the session. Students wishing

to add an Intensive of one week or fewer

may only add on the first day of class. For

two to three week courses, they may only

add during the first two days, and for four to

five-week courses, students may only add

during the first week of the course.

The deadline for adding courses is June 1,

2018 for the first session and regular

session, and July 13, 2018 for the second

session. Provided that you are enrolled in a

summer session course at the time you

choose to add an additional course, you will

not be charged a late fee.

Students may exchange one class for

another within the same session without

penalty, if the unit and fee value are the

same.

DROPS AND SCHEDULE REVIEW

For: Students who have already registered but

who wish to check their schedule or drop

class(es).

Dates:

Session 1 and Regular Session last day to

drop: June 8

Session 2 last day to drop: July 20

Signatures: No signature is required to drop

during the drop with refund period. Dept.

approval is required to drop remedial English

and math courses during the drop without "W"

grade period.

Fees: Will be refunded by mail, automatically

if dropping class will result in a change of

fees. Drops must take place during the period

to drop with refund.

Non-attendance in class, notifying the

instructor, or stopping payment on a check

does NOT officially constitute dropping or

withdrawing from a course. The CEE

Registration office must be notified and

appropriate forms must be filed. Students

must drop via MyCSUDH or in person, to

officially drop or withdraw.

DROPPING A COURSE OR COMPLETE

WITHDRAWAL FROM SUMMER TERM

If you decide to drop a course or completely

withdraw (drop all courses), you must file a

Change of Program (Drop Card) from the

Extended Education Registration office, EE

1100.

Drops and complete withdrawals may be

processed via my.csudh.edu prior to the

session.

You must drop all classes by May 25, 2018 to

receive 100% refund (less $10 processing fee)

for Summer Session 1 and the Regular

Summer Session. You must drop all classes by

July 6, 2018 to receive 100% refund (less $10

processing fee) for Summer Session 2.

DROP, PRIOR TO THE FIRST DAY OF SESSION

You must drop a six-week (or longer) course

before a session begins. Via my.csudh.edu,

students may drop prior to the first day of a

session without record of enrollment, "W"

grade on transcripts and without instructor's

signature.

DROPS DURING THE FIRST TWO WEEKS OF

THE SESSION

Students may drop or withdraw from any

six-week course prior to and during the first

two weeks of a session without record of

enrollment or "W" on transcript, and without

instructor's signature. You may drop or

completely withdraw from six-week (or

longer) courses during this period via my.

csudh.edu.

DROPS DURING THIRD THROUGH FIFTH

WEEKS OF THE SESSION

During the third and until the final week of

the six-week session, the instructor's and the

school dean's (or associate dean's)

signatures are required on the Change of

Program form in order to drop. Nonmatriculated

students need the signatures of

the instructor and the dean of Extended

Education. Drops or complete withdrawals

during this period must be processed in

person.

If a student drops or withdraws after the

second week of either a six-week or regular

session, a grade of "W" for the course(s) will

appear on the student’s transcript.

DROPPING FOUR AND FIVE WEEK COURSES

During the first week, a student may

withdraw and no grade is assigned. No

signatures are required if a four or five week

course is dropped during the first week. Prior

to the last four days of the session, a student

may withdraw with a "W" with the signatures

of the instructor and school dean. During the

last four days of the session, a student may

withdraw with a "W" grade for serious and

compelling reason, with the signatures of the

instructor and school dean.

Fees

Students are fully responsible for meeting the

payment deadline even if a bill is not

received. Failure to make a payment by the

deadline may result in disenrollment from

courses. Account balances are available

through my.csudh.edu and by calling the

Registration office, College of Extended &

International Education, (310) 243-3741.

Students wishing to be considered for

Summer 2018 financial aid must complete

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and submit a Summer 2018 Financial Aid

Request Form. By submitting this form, the

Financial Aid Office will allow students to

defer their summer registration fees and

their classes will be held from disenrollment.

Students will be notified via their CSUDH

e-mail account of their summer aid

eligibility.

Students whose financial aid does not cover

the full amount of their Summer fees, or

who are deemed ineligible for financial aid

will be responsible for paying the balance

of their Summer fees. Additionally, a hold

will be placed on their student records and

the Summer fees will need to be paid-in-full

along with Fall fees to avoid disenrollment

from Fall classes.

Students planning to borrow a Federal Direct

Loan must be enrolled in the minimum

required units. Students, who are not enrolled

in a minimum of 6 units (undergraduate) or 4

units (graduate) during Summer Session I,

will have their disbursements delayed until

the start of Summer Session II.

Please note: Because students will be

enrolling through Extended Education for

their summer classes, State University Grants

can not be offered to assist with the payment

of registration fees.

Installment Payment Plan

• Installment plan is available. For

additional information, please contact

the Office of Extended & International

Education at (310) 243-3741. To sign

up, visit the College of Extended &

International Registration office,

EE1100.

Fees may be paid three ways: online, in

person, or by mail. Acceptable methods of

payment are check, money order, or credit

card (Visa, Discover, or MasterCard).

• To pay online, go to ToroPay at my.csudh.

edu.; Fees MUST be paid at the time of

registration. After adding a course, be

sure to click on “Account Inquiry” first,

then go to the “Make a Payment” page,

select “Summer 2018” and pay with

VISA, MasterCard, or Discover Card.

Note: Credit Card payments are subject

to a non-refundable 2.75% fee.

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• To pay in person, visit the College of

Extended & International Registration

office, EE1100.

• Mail (check only) payment to:

College of Extended and International

Education

1000 East Victoria Street

Carson, CA 90747

Dishonored Checks

Students whose checks are returned by their

bank are subject to disenrollment.

Dishonored checks that are not paid may be

sent to the L.A. District Attorney.

Students with Third Party payments (online and

in person registration) must submit the

appropriate authorization to the College of

Extended Education Registration Office, EE

1100. Students may also fax this to (310) 516-

3971. Please note that you will be dis-enrolled

from your classes if this authorization is not

received by the College of Extended

Education.

MANDATORY STUDENT REGISTRATION FEES

The CSU makes every effort to keep student

costs to a minimum. Fees listed in published

schedules or student accounts may need to be

increased when public funding is inadequate.

Therefore, CSU must reserve the right, even

after initial fee payments are made, to increase

or modify any listed fees, without notice, until

the date when instruction for a particular

semester or quarter has begun. All CSU listed

fees should be regarded as estimates that are

subject to change upon approval by The Board

of Trustees.

These Summer 2018 Programs are being

administered through the College of Extended

and International Education (CEE).

UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS

Tuition Fee

$275 Per unit

Other Registration Fees

Student Activity Fee $3.00

Student Center Fee $138.00*

Total Other Mandatory Reg. Fees $139.00

QUALIFIED CREDENTIAL STUDENTS

Tuition Fee

$310 Per unit

Other Registration Fees

Student Activity Fee $3.00

Student Center Fee $138.00*

Total Other Mandatory Reg. Fees $139.00

GRADUATE STUDENTS

Tuition Fee

$330 Per unit

Other Registration Fees

Student Activity Fee $3.00

Student Center Fee $138.00*

Total Other Mandatory Reg. Fees $139.00

Non-Matriculated Students (Undergraduate)

Tuition Fee

$275 Per unit

Other Registration Fees

Student Activity Fee $3.00

Student Center Fee $138.00*

Total Other Mandatory Reg. Fees $139.00

Non-Matriculated Students (Graduate)

Tuition Fee

$330 Per unit

Other Registration Fees

Student Activity Fee $3.00

Student Center Fee $138.00*

Total Other Mandatory Reg. Fees $139.00

If applicable, there is a non-refundable

Identification Card fee of $5 for all students.

*Nursing students: Student Activity Fee $3 &

Student Center Fee $24.

WESTERN UNIVERSITY EXCHANGE (WUE)

For more information please consult www.

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


Refunds:

Refund for Summer One and Regular

Summer Session

Summer One (the first 6-week session)

and Regular Summer Session (the 12-week

session) will begin on May 26, 2018. Students

dropping a course before 11:59pm on May 25

in either of those sessions will receive a full

refund (less a $10 processing fee). There will

be a 75% refund for dropping a course during

the first week, May 26 - Jun 1. There will be

a 50% refund for dropping a course during

the second week, June 2-8. Beginning June

10, 2018, there will be no refund for Summer

One (the first 6-week session) or the Regular

Summer Session (the 12-week session).

Note: Regardless of when a course starts

within Summer One or Regular Summer

Session, no refund will be granted after

11:59 pm on June 8, 2018.

Note: Credit card convenience fees are not

refundable.

Refund for Summer Two

Summer Two (the second term, which is a

6-week term) will begin on July 7, 2018.

Students dropping a course in Summer

Two will receive a full refund (less a $10

processing fee) before 11:59pm on July 6.

There will be a 75% refund for dropping

a course during the first week, July 7-13.

There will be a 50% refund for dropping a

course during the second week, July 14-20.

Beginning July 22, 2018, there will be no

refund for Summer Two (the second term,

which is a 5-week term).

Note: Regardless of when a course starts

within Summer Two, no refund will be granted

after 11:59pm on July 21, 2018.

Note: Credit card convenience fees are no

refundable.

Class Cancellations

If the University cancels a class, all the

students enrolled in that class will get an

automatic refund for the full campus fees and

the full tuition fees.

Transcripts

Transcripts may be ordered online, by phone,

or by mail. Expedited requests may also be

made in person. Details are available at

http://www.csudh.edu/records-registration/

records/request-transcript. The fee for

transcripts is $4, payable at the Cashier’s

Office. CSUDH Records & Registration keeps

track of your degree applicable credits and

records them in your student file.

Grade Reports

Official transcripts with current grades will be

available approximately five weeks after the end

of the course. To learn your grade for any graded

class, including Extension, Special Sessions,

Summer Sessions and Winter Session, please

access MyCSUDH: http://my.csudh.edu, or go

to http://www.csudh.edu From the QUICKLINKS

pull-down menu, select MyCSUDH.

Changes From Bulletin

The University reserves the right to make

changes in the class schedule as printed.

When classes are split or sections are

cancelled, it may be necessary to assign an

instructor different from the one listed in the

class schedule.

Credit/No Credit Option

(Undergraduate Students Only)

Undergraduate students selecting the Credit/

No Credit option must do so by the end of the

third week of instruction. Credit/No Credit

forms are available from the Extension Office,

the Office of Records & Registration, and

Information and Service Center, and must

be submitted by the deadline. For additional

conditions or limitations of the Credit/No

Credit option, consult the current CSUDH

catalog at:

http://www.csudh.edu/university-catalog

Season for a Change!

ADD or DROP Classes

1. Complete the ADD/DROP information on

the Change of Program form, available

from the College of Extended &

International Education Registration

Office EE 1100, in the Extended

Education Complex. Use the schedule

number (5 numbers), department name

(3 letters), course number (3 numbers)

and section number (2 numbers).

2. If adding, have the instructor sign the

form.

3. If dropping, enter the information in the

DROP position of the card. Instructor’s

signature is not required before end of

first week of class.

4. Return the Change of Program form to

the Extended Education Office.

5. Present your receipt and I.D. card.

6. Conditions for dropping a course after

the third week are outlined in the current

CSUDH Catalog.

A student who enrolls in a course, discontinues

attendance, and does not officially drop the

course will automatically receive a “WU” (calculated

as “F” in G.P.A.) or “F” grade for the

course, which is permanently recorded. Students

are responsible for submitting completed drop or

withdrawal forms to the designated offices.

The Summer 2018 CSUDH Extended Education Catalog is available now!

Business, Pleasure or Enrichment?

Enroll in an extension course and explore possibilities for life or career enhancement.

Browse the Catalog for opportunities to advance or enjoy.

Want to Change or Update Your Career?

Discover our professional certificate programs. Most professionals change careers at least

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

CSUDH Extended Education features a range of new courses in information and media

technology which provide managers and teachers with cutting-edge skills.

CSUDH Extended Education specializes in accessible, quality courses, workshops, and

programs. Extended Education can customize content and delivery for on-site corporate

training or mediated instruction.

Request the Summer 2018 Catalog, phone (310) 243-2075 or browse our Web

site at www.csudh.edu/ee

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General Information

Grades

For Academic Programs, student performance

in each course is reported at the end of the

session by one of the following grades (with

grade points earned):

GRADE

GRADE POINTS

A.............................................................................4.0

A-............................................................................3.7

B+.................................................................3.3

B.................................................................3.0

B-.................................................................2.7

C+.................................................................2.3

C.................................................................2.0

C-.................................................................1.7

D+.................................................................1.3

D.................................................................1.0

F.................................................................0

The following grades are to be used for approved

courses only:

I (Incomplete authorized--not counted in GPA)

IC (Incomplete charged)

WU (Withdrawal Unauthorized)

W (Withdrawal--not counted in GPA)

AU (Audit--not counted in GPA, no units

allowed)

CR Credit (not counted in grade average, but

units allowed)

CR* (Credit in sub-collegiate course, no units)

NC No Credit (not counted in GPA, no units

allowed)

RP (Report in Progress-- credit is deferred

until completion of course)

*** (Graduate Continuation Course)

RD (Report Delayed)

Course Numbering System

The course numbering system for the University is

based upon three-digit numbers as follows:

000-099 Sub-collegiate courses, not for

baccalaureate credit

100-199 Lower division courses, normally taken

in the freshman year

200-299 Lower division courses, normally taken

in the sophomore year

300-399 Upper division courses, normally taken

in the junior year

400-499 Upper division courses, normally taken

in the senior year

500-599 Graduate courses, normally limited

to graduate students

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Use of the I.D. Card

The I.D. Card must be carried at all times

and be validated each term. A current

I.D. Card is necessary to perform certain

transactions in Admissions, Records and

Registration, the Library, the Business Office

and other campus offices. I.D. cards for

Open University students will be issued at

the Extended Education Office.

Disabled Student Services

Students with verified disabilities, which

are permanent or temporary (e.g., broken

bones, strained back, other sprains, etc.)

are eligible for a variety of support services

from the Disabled Student Services Office.

Information regarding special facilities

and services available to students with a

disability may be obtained from the Director

of Disabled Student Services Office, located

in Welch Hall, Room B-250, (310) 243-3660

(voice) or 243-2028 (TDD).

Office Hours for College of Extended &

International Education

The College of Extended & International

Education Registration Office is located in

the Extended Education Complex, EE 1100,

on the west side of the campus just south

of Victoria Street. The College of Extended

Education is open from 8am-8pm, Monday

through Thursday; 8am-5pm on Friday

and from 8am-1:30pm on Saturday. The

telephone number is (310) 243-3741.

Parking

Parking permits are required for on-campus

classes. They are available from the yellow

machines at the entrance of each parking lot

for $8.00 per day. A parking permit good for

the semester may be purchased for $90.00

from the Cashier’s Office.

Library Services

Student identifications cards--available

at the Extended Education Office--will

entitle you to full use of the Cain Education

Resources Center.

Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act

of 1973

California State University, Dominguez Hills

is an equal opportunity/affirmative action

institution. As a unit of the university, the

College of Extended Education does not

discriminate on the basis of race, color,

religion, national origin, gender, sexual

preference, age, disability or veteran status.

This policy is applicable to employment and

student admission, and to all educational

programs and activities.

Privacy Information

The University complies with Federal and

State laws concerning privacy rights of

students. These rights are summarized in

the University Catalog. Questions about

privacy rights may be directed to the Dean

of Extended Education at (310) 243-3737

or the Vice President for Student Affairs at

(310) 243-3784.

Use of Social Security Number

CSUDH provides all students with generic

9 digit student ID numbers. These ID

numbers are used to identify student

records, registration, and to conduct all

University business. However, students

are still required to provide the University

with their correct social security numbers

(individual taxpayer identification numbers)

pursuant to the authority contained in

Section 41201, Title 5, California Code

of Regulations, and Section 6109 of the

Internal Revenue Code. The University

uses the social security number to identify

records pertaining to the student and, if

needed, to collect debts owed the University.

Also, the Internal Revenue Service requires

the University to file information returns

that include the student’s social security

number and other information such as the

amount paid for qualified tuition, related

expenses, and interest on educational loans.

That information is used to help determine

whether a student, or a person claiming a

student as a dependent, may take a credit

or deduction to reduce federal income taxes.

Students who do not have a social security

number at the time of enrollment will be

required to obtain a social security number

and submit it to the University within sixty

days. Failure to furnish a correct social

security number may result in the imposition

of a penalty by the Internal Revenue Service.

Immigration Requirements for Licensure

On August 27, 1996, Governor Pete Wilson

issued Executive Order W-135-96 which


equested that the CSU and other state

agencies implement “as expeditiously

as reasonably practicable” the provision

of The Personal Responsibility and Work

Opportunity Reconciliation Act (PRAWORA)

of 1996 Reconciliation Act (PRAWORA) of

1996 (P.L.104-193). The Act, also known as

the Welfare Reform Act, included provisions

to eliminate eligibility for federal and state

public benefits for certain categories of

lawful immigrants as well as benefits for all

illegal immigrants.

Students who will require a professional

or commercial license provided by a local,

state, or federal government agency in

order to engage in an occupation for which

the CSU may be training them must meet

the immigration requirements of the new

Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity

Reconciliation Act to achieve licensure.

Information concerning the regulation is

available from the Vice President of Student

Affairs, (310) 243-3784.

Important Tax Credit Information

If you are enrolled in an eligible degree or

certificate program or are taking courses

to acquire or improve job skills, you may

qualify for a Hope Scholarship or Lifetime

Learning Tax Credit. The Hope Scholarship

Tax Credit is available only to students

in their first two years of postsecondary

education who are enrolled at least half-time

in an eligible program. The tax credits are

based on the amount of qualified tuition

and fees, less grants and other tax-free

educational assistance and the taxpayer’s

modified adjusted gross income. Hope

credits apply to fees paid after December 31,

1997.

The Lifetime Learning Tax Credit

The Lifetime Learning tax credit is

available to students at all educational and

enrollment levels who are enrolled at an

eligible educational institution. As with the

Hope Scholarship tax credit, this opportunity

is based on the amount of qualified tuition

and fees, less grants and other tax-free

educational assistance and the taxpayer’s

modified adjusted gross income. The

Lifetime Learning credit applies to fees paid

after June 30, 1998.

Consult IRS Publication 970 or your tax

preparer for additional information on both

programs.

Americans with Disabilities Act

It is the policy of California State University

Dominguez Hills to comply with the Section

504 Regulations [now, Americans with

Disabilities Act] adopted by the Department

of Health, Education and Welfare.

Accordingly, any student at California State

University Dominguez Hills who believes that

there has been a violation of the Regulations

is encouraged to discuss the matter with

the appropriate CSUDH college, the campus

Handicapped Regulations Coordinator, and/

or the Handicapped Services Coordinator,

and such persons as may be identified by

the Handicapped Regulations Coordinator in

order to resolve the matter in a prompt and

equitable manner.

Sexual Harassment Policy

It is the policy of California State University,

Dominguez Hills, that the campus maintain

a working and learning environment free

from sexual harassment of its students,

employees, and those who apply for student

or employee status. All should be aware

that California State University , Dominguez

Hills is concerned and will take action

to eliminate sexual harassment. Sexual

harassment includes such behavior as

sexual advances, request for sexual favors,

and other verbal or physical conduct of a

sexual nature directed towards an employee,

student, or applicant when one or more of

the following circumstances are present:

• Submission to or toleration of the conduct

is an explicit or implicit term or condition

of appointment, employment, admission or

academic evaluation:

• Submission to rejection of such conduct is

used as a basis for a personnel decision or

an academic evaluation:

The conduct has the purpose or effect

of interfering with an employee’s work

performance, or creating an intimidating,

hostile, offensive or otherwise adverse

learning environment, or adversely affecting

any student.

In determining whether conduct actually

constitutes sexual harassment, the

circumstances surrounding the conduct will

be carefully considered. However, where the

facts support the allegations, all appropriate

measures including disciplinary action will

be taken. For more detailed information on

this policy see website at www.csudh.edu/

pms/printable/99-02.html

Learn how to get funding

for

your project!

Grant Writing

& Administration

Certificate of Completion

(hybrid online/on-campus)

for information, go to:

www.csudh.edu/ceie/grant-writing

Test Preparation

Courses

Workshop designed to help students

prepare for exams.

GMAT

Graduate Management Admission Test

CBEST

California Basic Educational Skills Test

CSET Multiple Subject Exam

Exam for Teachers

GRE Review

Graduate Record Exam-General Test

RICA

Reading Instruction Competence Assessment

go to:

www.csudh.edu/ceie/test-prep

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CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, DOMINGUEZ HILLS

SUMMER SESSIONS REGISTRATION FORM

Date of Application_____________________Student ID:_______________________Birth date:___________________________

month / day / year

Name:________________________________________________________________________________________________

Last First M.I.

Address:_______________________________________________________________________________________________

Street City State Zip

Telephone:_____________________________________________________________________________________________

Daytime Evening Fax Cell

New Address? yes * no * Enrolled at CSUDH previously? yes * no *

male * female * Date last enrolled_________Term (e.g. Summer '18)

Employer:_____________________________________________________________________________________________

Company Name

Email

COURSE INFORMATION

Course No. DEPT/SECTION COURSE TITLE UNITS INSTRUCTOR SIGNATURE FEE

PAYMENT METHOD

Total Fee Submitted $_________________

* Check/Money Order, made payable to CSUDH EXTENSION.

I AUTHORIZE THE USE OF MY: VISA * MASTERCARD * DISCOVER *

_____________________________________ _______________________________

ACCOUNT NUMBER EXP DATE SIGNATURE

REFUND POLICY

Refunds are not automatic; you must file appropriate forms in the Extended Education Office in

order to receive a refund. Refunds take a minimum of six to eight weeks for processing. Refunds

are granted in accordance with the State refund schedule. If a course is cancelled, the entire

fee will be refunded. If you withdraw after the first class and before 25 percent of the course

has elapsed, 65 percent of the total fee will be refunded. After 25 percent of the course time

has elapsed, no refund will be made; however a drop form must still be filed. Stop payments on

checks are NOT an acceptable withdrawal from the course(s) and will result in a financial penalty.

For more information call the College of Extended & International Education: (310) 243-3741.

OFFICE USE ONLY

SEMESTER:

Sum Fall Spr (circle one)

Year____________

Date____________

Total Fees____________

Entered by ____Initial______

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