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Check each section listing on this page for on-campus or in-person meetings. Additional information can be found on the Schedule of Classes or on WebAdvisor. Visit the Assessment Center's webpage for the testing schedule. For help using Canvas, go to the Cabrillo Canvas Guides. To check dates and deadlines, see the Academic Calendar. For other questions, please contact the Teaching and Learning Center (TLC).

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Summer 2018 All Online Courses
Starting between May 29 and
Jul. 16
(4-8 weeks)
   
Fall 2018 Regular Session
Starting Aug. 27
(16 weeks)
Short Courses
Starting between Aug. 27 and Oct. 12
(6-13 weeks)
Late Starting Short Courses
Starting between Oct. 22 and Nov. 12
(6-8 weeks)


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Fall 2018 Late Starting Short Courses

Classes Starting Between October 22 and November 12

 

  ANTHROPOLOGY
ANTHR 1L Biological Anthropology Lab
Presents a hands-on exploration of topics in biological anthropology.
1 Unit
LS6
Course details Canvas Online course. Meets 8 weeks 10/23-12/15.
  COMMUNICATION STUDIES
COMM 6 Listening
Introduces the role of the listener in communication with discussion and activities focusing on listening habits, perception, and types of listening (including empathic, comprehensive, and critical-thinking skills).
1 Unit
LS10
Course details Canvas Online course. Meets 10/22-11/30.
COMM 12 Intercultural Communication
Provides an understanding of the dynamics of intercultural communication with application to American culture, subcultures and different cultures of the world. This course meets the Cabrillo College multicultural studies requirement.
3 Units
5
Course details Canvas Online course. Meets 10/22-12/15.
COUNSELING AND GUIDANCE
CG 1 College Success
Integrates personal growth, learning techniques, problem solving, critical and creative thinking to enhance academic and career success.
3 Units
2
Course details Canvas Online course. Meets 8 weeks, 10/22-12/15. After registration, please e-mail instructor at cashanno@cabrillo.edu.
CG 51 Planning for Success
Introduces the tools necessary to increase academic and life success including college expectations, resources, facilities, requirements, and educational planning.
1 Unit
3
Course details Canvas Online course. Meets 8 weeks, 10/22-12/15.
4
Course details Canvas Online course. Meets 8 weeks, 10/22-12/15.
5
Course details Canvas Online course. Meets 8 weeks, 10/22-12/15.
GEOGRAPHY
GEOG 1 Physical Geography
Studies Earth's dynamic physical systems and processes, including Earth-sun geometry, weather, climate, water, landforms, soil and the biosphere.
3 Units
LS2
Course details Canvas Online course. Meets 10/22-12/15. Orientation video will be emailed to students by instructor, prior to class start date. To receive laboratory credit, students should also enroll in GEOG 1L concurrently.
HEALTH SCIENCE
HS 10 Personal Health
Explores individual health with emphasis on disease prevention and body wellness including physical and mental health, nutrition, stress, human sexuality, infectious diseases, drug use, and alternative medicine.
3 Units
5
Course details Canvas Online course. Meets 8 weeks, 10/22-12/15. Enrolled students who do not log in to course by 10/24 will be dropped.
HISTORY
HIST 2B World History From 1500 to Present
Focuses on major regions of the world, (Asia, Africa, Europe, North and South America), and their interactions since the year 1500, emphasizing belief systems, environmental transformations, issues of family and gender, as well as political and economic organization.
3 Units
LS1
Course details Canvas Online course. Meets 10/22-12/15.
MATHEMATICS
MATH 12 Elementary Statistics
Presents the use of probability techniques, hypothesis testing, and predictive techniques to facilitate decision-making.
5 Units
3
Course details Math Online Online course. Meets 8 weeks 10/22-12/15. Required in- person orientation and exams at the Watsonville Center.
MATH 152 Intermediate Algebra
Continues development of algebra skills acquired in elementary algebra, which include the system of real numbers, polynomials, algebraic equations (linear, systems of linear, quadratic, and applications).
5 Units
3
Course details Math Online Online course. Meets 8 weeks 10/22-12/15. Required in- person orientation and exams at the Watsonville Center, times and dates to be determined.
MUSIC
MUS 11A Jazz Appreciation
Develops aesthetic criteria for examining and evaluating jazz performances. This course meets the Cabrillo College multicultural studies requirement.
3 Units
LS2
Course details Canvas Online course. Meets 8 weeks 10/22-12/15.
MUS 12 World Music
Surveys the traditional music cultures of Asia, Africa, Europe, Native America and Latin America. Emphasis is on the evolution and performance practices of musical styles and the relationship between a culture's music and its religious, political, and social structure.
3 Units
LS3
Course details Canvas Online course. Meets 8 weeks 10/22-12/15.
MUS 13A Survey of American Popular Music
Surveys American popular music as represented by pop, rock, jazz, classical, country western, theatre music, regional and traditional folk music and their cross cultural and world music influences.
3 Units
LS2
Course details Canvas Online course. Meets 10/22-12/15.
NUTRITION
NUTR 20 Nutrition
Examines essential nutrients and how they affect our health throughout life emphasizing and evaluating current developments in nutrition.
3 Units
LS6
Course details Canvas Online course. Meets 10/22-12/15.
POLITICAL SCIENCE
PS 1 Introduction to Government
Traces the origins and development of the U.S. political system with a focus on the Constitution, current affairs, the media, civil rights and civil liberties.
3 Units
LS4
Course details Canvas Online course. Meets 8 weeks 10/22-12/15.
PSYCHOLOGY
PSYCH 1 General Psychology
Explores major theories and concepts, methods, and research findings in psychology.
3 Units
LS2
Course details Canvas Online course. Meets 8 weeks 10/22-12/15.
SOCIOLOGY
SOC 1 Introduction to Sociology: Understanding Society
Introduces core principles used to understand the ways in which social structures, institutions, and processes affect human experiences, perceptions, and behaviors. Topics include culture, families, education, health, economy, and politics. Emphasizes race, class, and gender as integral dimensions of social life and inequality.
3 Units
LS3
Course details Canvas Online course. Meets 8 weeks 10/22-12/15.


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