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SUMMER 2011 CALENDAR Section Time Days Rm Instructor Units

BUSINESS
Instructional days – Monday through Thursday 6 Weeks ~ June 13 - July 21
For a complete listing of short-term class deadlines BUS-120 FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING 4.0
(add/drop, withdrawal, P/NP, refunds), please visit 0039 9:00AM-12:00 MW F-408 C.Quinn
www.cuyamaca.edu/cc/schedules.asp Additional 5 hours 40 min/week instructional time via Internet required.

Prerequisite: “C” grade or higher or “Pass” in ENGL 110 or equivalent.


BUS-128 BUSINESS COMMUNICATION 3.0
Registration....................................................May 2 - June 10
Holiday (Observed).........................................Monday, July 4 0055 1:00PM-4:55 W F-408 M.Aubry
Additional 3 hours 45 min/week instructional time via Internet required.
Last Day to Apply for
Summer 2011 Degree/Certificate...............................June 30 CHEMISTRY
6 Weeks ~ June 13 - July 21
Final Examinations will be held on the last day of class. +# CHEM-115 FUNDAMENTALS OF CHEMISTRY 4.0
6 Week Session June 13 – July 21 Prep course for allied health majors. Optional $10 materials fee may be

Prerequisite: Grade of “Pass” in MATH 090 or equivalent.


charged. Safety glasses must be supplied by student.
Late Registration and Program Change .................................June 13-16
Last Day to Drop Classes without a “W” ......................................June 16 0065 8:00AM-9:55 M-Th H-204 L.LeBlanc/F.Chambers
and
Last Day to Apply for Refund .......................................................June 16 10:00AM-1:50 TTh H-139
Last Day to Apply for P/NP ..........................................................June 16 +# CHEM-120 PREP FOR GENERAL CHEMISTRY 4.0
Last Day to Drop Classes................................................................July 7 Prep course for science/engineering majors. Optional $10 materials fee may

Prerequisite: “C” grade or higher or “Pass” in MATH 110 or equivalent.


Instructor Grade Deadline .............................................................July 25 be charged. Safety glasses must be supplied by student.

8 Week Session June 13 – August 4 0069 8:00AM-9:55 M-Th H-139 L.Leblanc


and
Late Registration and Program Change .................................June 13-16 10:00AM-2:10 MW H-202
Last Day to Drop Classes without a “W” ......................................June 16
Last Day to Apply for Refund .......................................................June 16
CHILD DEVELOPMENT
Please visit our website at www.cuyamaca.edu/cd
Last Day to Apply for P/NP ..........................................................June 23 6 Weeks ~ June 13 - July 21
Last Day to Drop Classes..............................................................July 21 # CD-131 CHILD, FAMILY & COMMUNITY 3.0
Instructor Grade Deadline...........................................................August 8 Recommended Preparation: “C” grade or higher or “Pass” in CD 123, 125 or
equivalent.
7769 8:00AM-11:50 MW R-111 K.Zink

COURSE OFFERINGS COMMUNICATION


4 Weeks ~ June 13 - July 8
Section Time Days Rm Instructor Units +# COMM-120 INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION 3.0
0070 9:00AM-12:50 TWTh F-517 N.Jennings

ART COMPUTER & INFORMATION SCIENCE


Please visit our website at www.cuyamaca.edu/finearts Please visit our website at www.cuyamaca.edu/cis
6 Weeks ~ June 13 - July 21 8 Weeks ~ June 13 - August 4
+# ART-141 HIST WEST ART II 1250 AD-PRES 3.0 CIS-267 DIRECTED WORK EXP IN CIS 1.0

Prerequisite: 12 units in CIS/CS courses related to field in which work


See www.cuyamaca.edu/gregory.differding for details.
Study of art forms from the Renaissance to the modern world.
experience is sought and current resume highlighting computer science or
information system experience and course-related study.
7768 10:00AM-2:10 MW F-508 J.Abel
AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY 7731 TBA S.Grishkowsky
8 Weeks ~ June 13 - August 4
ECONOMICS
Prerequisite: Completion of a minimum of 10 units in Automotive Program.
AUTO-182 AUTOMOTIVE WORK EXPERIENCE

Must meet state guidelines for work experience.


6 Weeks ~ June 13 - July 21
+# ECON-120 PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMICS 3.0

Prerequisite: “C” grade or higher or “Pass” in MATH 103 or 110 or


0037 TBA C.Branton 1.0 ECON 120, 121 may be taken in any order or simultaneously.

equivalent (MATH 110 is recommended for Business majors).


0046 TBA C.Branton 2.0
0050 TBA C.Branton 3.0
Mandatory orientation; call Chris Branton at 619-660-4213. 0040 9:00AM-12:50 TTh F-606 J.Kearns
1 unit=75 hours paid/60 hours unpaid work experience. +# ECON-121 PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS 3.0

Prerequisite: “C” grade or higher or “Pass” in MATH 103 or 110 or


2 units=150 hours paid/120 hours unpaid work experience. ECON 120, 121 may be taken in any order or simultaneously.

equivalent (MATH 110 is recommended for Business majors).


3 units=225 hours paid/180 hours unpaid work experience.

BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES 0054 1:00PM-4:50 TTh F-606 L.Knapp


6 Weeks ~ June 13 - July 21
+# BIO-130 GENERAL BIOLOGY I 3.0 ENGLISH
The characteristics shared by all life forms. Attend Assessment session before registering; see www.cuyamaca.edu/counseling.
0025 8:00AM-11:50 TTh F-408 K.Nette 6 Weeks ~ June 13 - July 21
+# BIO-131 GENERAL BIOLOGY I LABORATORY 1.0 ENGL-098 ENGLISH FUNDAMENTALS 4.0

Prerequisite: Grade of “Pass” in ENGL 090, 090R or equivalent or assessment.


Emphasis on learning basic sentence patterns and composing paragraphs.
Prerequisite: “C” grade or higher or “Pass” in BIO 130 or equivalent or
Experiments on the characteristics shared by all life forms.

concurrent enrollment. 0931 7:30AM-10:05 M-Th F-405 C.Charter


0030 1:00PM-4:50 TTh H-221 K.Nette 8402 10:30AM-1:05 M-Th F-405 K.Wolfe
0035 1:00PM-4:50 TTh H-222 C.Burnett +# ENGL-120 COLLEGE COMPOSITION & READING 3.0

Prerequisite: “C” grade or higher or “Pass” in ENGL 110 or ESL 119 or


Traditional freshman composition course.
BUSINESS ONLINE
6 Weeks ~ June 13 - July 21 equivalent or assessment.
0079 8:00AM-9:20 M-Th H-127 R.Stafford
Prerequisite: “C” grade or higher or “Pass” in BUS 120 or equivalent.
BUS-121 MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING 4.0 and
9:30AM-10:35 M-Th H-119
1838 TBA WEB C.Obyrne 8 Weeks ~ June 13 - August 4
#1838 offered via Internet. Working knowledge of Word, Excel REQUIRED.
Prerequisite: “C” grade or higher or “Pass” in ENGL 098 or ESL 106 or
Email christopher.obyrne@gcccd.edu by 6/13. ENGL-110 COLLEGE COMPOSITION 3.0
BUS-125 BUSINESS LAW 3.0 equivalent or assessment.
0048 TBA WEB M.Sessom 8403 11:30AM-12:25 M-Th H-127 B.Pescar
#0048 offered via Internet. Familiarity with computers, Internet required. See and
www.cuyamaca.edu/marysessom by 6/13. 12:35PM-1:35 TTh H-119

+ Satisfies Cal. State University General Education S Denotes short-term class; see
# Satisfies Cuyamaca College General Education (includes Graduation Requirement) www.cuyamaca.edu/cc/schedules.asp for deadline dates
Registration begins May 2 Check class availability at www.cuyamaca.edu
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Section Time Days Rm Instructor Units Section Time Days Rm Instructor Units

EXERCISE SCIENCE MATHEMATICS


6 Weeks ~ June 13 - July 21 Attend Assessment session before registering; see www.cuyamaca.edu/counseling.
# ES-019A BEGINNING PHYSICAL FITNESS 1.5 Please visit our website at www.cuyamaca.edu/math
0179 12:00PM-1:55 M-Th D-203 P.Thiss 6 Weeks ~ June 13 - July 21
MATH-090 ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA 5.0
Recommended Preparation: “C” grade or higher or “Pass” in ES 019A or
# ES-019B INTERMEDIATE PHYSICAL FITNESS 1.5

equivalent. Recommended Preparation: Grade of “Pass” in MATH 088 or equivalent.


Pass/No Pass only. For students with strong basic math and pre-algebra skills.

0184 12:00PM-1:55 M-Th D-203 P.Thiss 0108 8:00AM-10:40 MW H-133 P.Eckert


and

Recommended Preparation: “C” grade or higher or “Pass” in ES 019B or


# ES-019C ADVANCED PHYSICAL FITNESS 1.5
10:50AM-12:00 MW H-119
equivalent.
and
8:00AM-12:00 TTh H-133
0188 12:00PM-1:55 M-Th D-203 P.Thiss
# MATH-110 INT ALGEBRA BUS,MATH,SCI,ENGR 5.0
# ES-076A BEGINNING TENNIS 1.0
Prerequisite: Grade of “Pass” in MATH 090 or equivalent.
For science majors; great prep for the ELM test.
Fundamentals of the official singles/doubles game.
0193 8:30AM-11:00 TTh TC P.Farmer 0121 8:00AM-12:00 MW H-118 T.Nichols
# ES-076B INTERMEDIATE TENNIS 1.0 and
8:00AM-10:40 TTh H-118
Recommended Preparation: “C” grade or higher or “Pass” in ES 076A or
Emphasis on stroke analysis, strategy, match play.
and
equivalent. 10:50AM-12:00 TTh H-119
0202 8:30AM-11:00 TTh TC P.Farmer +# MATH-160 ELEMENTARY STATISTICS 3.0

Prerequisite: “C” grade or higher or “Pass” in MATH 103 or 110 or equivalent.


Applications from various fields including science, business, psychology.
# ES-076C ADVANCED TENNIS 1.0

Recommended Preparation: “C” grade or higher or “Pass” in ES 076B or


Emphasis on advanced technique, strategy, match play.
0142 8:00AM-8:50 TTh H-119 P.Etheridge
equivalent. and
9:00AM-11:50 TTh H-114
0210 8:30AM-11:00 TTh TC P.Farmer
# ES-155A BEGINNING BASKETBALL 1.0 ORNAMENTAL HORTICULTURE
Introduction to basic skills in basketball. Please visit our website at www.cuyamaca.edu/ohweb
0185 3:00PM-5:45 MW D-100 R.Wojtkowski 8 Weeks ~ June 13 - August 4
# ES-155B INTERMEDIATE BASKETBALL 1.0 OH-290 COOPERATIVE WORK EXPERIENCE
Intermediate skill level; defensive/offensive tactics and team play. Work experience in local horticulture industry for OH majors.
Recommended Preparation: “C” grade or higher or “Pass” in ES 155A or 0099 TBA STAFF 1.0
equivalent.
0109 TBA STAFF 2.0
0190 3:00PM-5:45 MW D-100 R.Wojtkowski 0113 TBA STAFF 3.0
# ES-155C ADVANCED BASKETBALL 1.0 0115 TBA STAFF 4.0

Recommended Preparation: “C” grade or higher or “Pass” in ES 155B or


Emphasis on advanced level skills, tactics, strategy. Required orientation 6/7, 5:30pm in M111. Second meeting TBA.

equivalent.
1 unit = 75 hours paid/60 hours unpaid work experience.
2 units=150 hours paid/60 hours unpaid work experience.
0195 3:00PM-5:45 MW D-100 R.Wojtkowski 3 units=225 hours paid/60 hours unpaid work experience.
# ES-200 CONDITIONING/INJURY PREVENTION 1.5 4 units=300 hours paid/60 hours unpaid work experience.
Conditioning and mastery of the fundamentals of movement for athletes.
0191 9:00AM-11:50 MW TRK T.Seaman
PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT-COUNSELING
and ONLINE
9:00AM-11:50 F DAC 8 Weeks ~ June 13 - August 4
DAC (De Anza Cove) is located at Mission Bay. + PDC-124 LIFELONG SUCCESS 3.0
6 Weeks ~ June 27 - August 4 0177 TBA WEB C.Morrin
# ES-200 CONDITIONING/INJURY PREVENTION 1.5 #0177 offered via Internet. Familiarity with computers, Internet required. See
Conditioning and mastery of the fundamentals of movement for athletes. www.cuyamaca.edu/cindymorrin
0171 8:00AM-9:45 MTW FLDM D.Codina/B.Williams PDC-130 STUDY SKILLS & TIME MANAGEMENT 1.0
and Pass/No Pass only.
8:00AM-9:45 Th D-100 1842 TBA WEB C.Morrin/A.Do
5 Weeks ~ July 5 - August 4 #1842 offered via Internet. Familiarity with computers, Internet required. See
ES-231 ADV TECH/STRATEGIES VOLLEYBALL 1.0 www.cuyamaca.edu/cindymorrin
0196 2:30PM-5:35 M-Th D-100 S.Strange
PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT-COUNSELING
HEALTH EDUCATION ONLINE 4 Weeks ~ July 5 - July 29
6 Weeks ~ June 13 - July 21 + PDC-124 LIFELONG SUCCESS 3.0
HED-105 HEALTH EDUCATION FOR TEACHERS 1.0 0170 9:00AM-12:50 TWTh B-360 R.Jerjis
5101 TBA WEB L.Buttles
#5101 offered via Internet. Email linda.buttles@gcccd.edu by 6/14; state section
PSYCHOLOGY ONLINE
number in subject line. 6 Weeks ~ June 13 - July 21
+# HED-201 INTRODUCTION TO PUBLIC HEALTH 3.0 +# PSY-120 INTRODUCTORY PSYCHOLOGY 3.0
0233 TBA WEB D.Riley The science of human behavior, thought and emotion.
#0233 offered via Internet. Email donna.riley@gcccd.edu by 6/14; state section 0118 TBA WEB S.Weinert
number in subject line. #0118 offered via Internet. Please go to www.cuyamaca.edu/steve.weinert for
information.
HISTORY ONLINE
6 Weeks ~ June 13 - July 21 SPANISH
+# HIST-108 EARLY AMERICAN HISTORY 3.0 6 Weeks ~ June 13 - July 21
Exploration of early U.S. history from settlement through the Civil War. +# SPAN-120 SPANISH I 5.0
0095 TBA WEB S.Haber 0135 8:00AM-11:20 M-Th F-518 M.Lopez
#0095 offered via Internet. See www.cuyamaca.edu/shaber for orientation.
Assignments are due by end of first week.
WATER/WASTEWATER TECHNOLOGY
Please visit our website at www.cuyamaca.edu/wwtr
HUMANITIES 8 Weeks ~ June 13 - August 4
6 Weeks ~ June 13 - July 21 WWTR-106 ELECTRIC & INSTRUMENT PROCESS 3.0
+# HUM-110 PRINCIPLES OF THE HUMANITIES 3.0 5371 6:00PM-9:00 MW HWD C.Palechek
0080 1:30PM-5:20 TTh F-710 STAFF HWD (Helix Water District) is located at 1233 Vernon Way, El Cajon.

+ Satisfies Cal. State University General Education S Denotes short-term class; see
# Satisfies Cuyamaca College General Education (includes Graduation Requirement) www.cuyamaca.edu/cc/schedules.asp for deadline dates
Registration begins May 2 Check class availability at www.cuyamaca.edu
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updated April 2011


Welcome to Cuyamaca College Summer 2011!
FOUR EASY STEPS FOR STUDENTS QUICK TIPS FOR REGISTRATION
1. Apply for Admission Register for classes online using:
Submit a FREE Application for Admission online at WebAdvisor (www.cuyamaca.edu)
www.cuyamaca.edu
Registration: May 2 until last day to add
2. Official Transcripts Hours: Monday – Saturday, 7:00 am – 10:00 pm
(WebAdvisor hours)
Official transcripts are needed to clear prerequisites and to
award prior credit for degrees and certificates. Please have To Register:
official transcripts sent to: • New and returning students must have an application on
file to register.
Admissions & Records • Registration times will be mailed to those students with a
900 Rancho San Diego Parkway current application on file by April 17, 2010. After that,
El Cajon, CA 92019-4369 registration times will be assigned on a rolling basis.
• You may register on or after your registration date and time.
3. Attend Orientation • Free Internet access for registration is available in
& Assessment Admissions & Records and Counseling office lobbies.
Attending an Orientation and Assessment session before
you register is highly recommended. The results from the Wait Lists:
Assessment session will help you select appropriate For Summer 2011, the Priority Wait Lists for all classes will
English and math courses. Please visit the website begin the instant classes close due to full enrollment. If
(www.cuyamaca.edu/counseling) for more details. Attend a seats become available, students on Priority Wait Lists will
New Student Advising session to develop an educational be automatically enrolled and notified by email if
plan. Counseling is available if you need further assistance. successfully added to a class from the Priority Wait Lists.
More information will be posted on WebAdvisor.
4. Register and Pay Fees Summer Office Hours:
Register for classes online on your registration date and For Admissions & Records, Counseling, Financial Aid,
time. Your registration is not complete until your fees are
EOPS/CARE, CalWORKs, Student ID:
paid. Students are dropped from classes for non-payment
of fees. Monday - Thursday, 8 am – 6 pm

$ Financial Aid Assistance is available! Alert:


For Financial Aid, Scholarship and Fee waiver information You are responsible for all appropriate fees. You will be
dropped from classes for non-payment of fees.

HELP LINES FOR REGISTRATION


please visit: www.cuyamaca.edu/finaid

Admissions & Records (619) 660-4275


(assistance registering, applying)
Cashier’s Office (619) 660-4256
(assistance completing fee payment step)
Counseling (619) 660-4429
(clearing prerequisites)
Disabled Students Programs & Services (619) 660-4239
(619) 660-4386 TTY
EOPS/CARE/Foster Youth Programs (619) 660-4204
(academic assistance, personal counseling)
Financial Aid (619) 660-4201
(fee waiver assistance, etc.)
Orientation, Assessment & (619) 660-4426
New Student Advising Located in Rancho San Diego. Main entrance: Rancho San Diego
Parkway off Fury Lane, alternate entrance: Cuyamaca College Drive
West off Jamacha Rd. (619) 660-4000 • www.cuyamaca.edu
GCCCD Governing Board Members: Cuyamaca College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color,
Greg Barr, Bill Garrett, Edwin Hiel, Debbie Justeson, Mary Kay Rosinski national origin, religion, gender, disability or age in any of its policies, pro-
Student Members: Christopher Enders, Charles Taylor III cedures or practices. (Please see page 11 of the 2010-2011 catalog
Chancellor: Cindy L. Miles, Ph.D. for a full statement of the college’s non-discrimination policy:
Cuyamaca College Interim President: Robert Garber www.cuyamaca.edu/cc/pdf/catalog10-11/009-011_General.pdf)