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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, Course Catalog, or 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)


Canvas

 

Fall 2018 Short Courses

Classes Starting Between August 27 and October 12

 

  ANTHROPOLOGY
ANTHR 1 Introduction to Anthropology: Biological
Surveys the basic principles of biological anthropology with an emphasis on the mechanisms of biological evolution, genetics and inheritance, comparative primate behavior, human evolution, adaptability and variation, and the meaning of race.
1 Unit
LS3
Course details Canvas Online course. Meets 6 weeks 9/24-11/3.
ANTHR 1L Biological Anthropology Lab
Presents a hands-on exploration of topics in biological anthropology.
1 Unit
LS5
Course details Canvas Online course. Meets 6 weeks, 9/24-11/3.
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
LS9
Course details Canvas Online course. Meets 6 weeks 9/4-10/12.
LS11
Course details Canvas Online course. Meets 8/27-10/5.
COMM 7 Interpersonal Communication
Introduces the theory and practice of communication in personal and professional relationships.
3 Units
LS3
Course details Canvas Online course. Meets 9/17-11/9.
COMPUTER AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS
CIS 81 Computer Network Fundamentals
Covers the architecture, structure, functions, components, and models of the Internet and other computer networks. Introduces the principles and structure of IP (Internet Protocol) addressing and the fundamentals of Ethernet concepts, media, and operations to provide a foundation for further study of computer networks. Uses the OSI (Open Systems Interconnection), and TCP (Transmission Control Protocol) layered models to examine the nature and roles of protocols and services at the application, network, data link, and physical layers. Preparation for the CompTIA Network+ certification exam.
4 Units
1
Course details Canvas Online course. Meets 8 weeks, 8/27-10/20.
COUNSELING AND GUIDANCE
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
1
Course details Canvas Online course. Meets 8 weeks, 8/27-10/19.
2
Course details Canvas Online course. Meets 8 weeks, 9/10-11/2.
CG 52 College Study Skills
Develops academic study skills including motivation, concentration, effective notetaking, textbook study methods, time management, test-taking, and test anxiety reduction.
1 Unit
1
Course details Canvas Online course. Meets 8 weeks, 9/27-11/15. Mandatory orientation meeting on Thursday, 9/27, 6:30PM-8:00PM in Room 1051 (upstairs in the Library).
CG 54 Career and Lifestyles
Facilitates the selection of a career goal and educational pathway through selfanalysis, human development, and occupational exploration; utilizes assessment of human traits and life span development.
1 Unit
1
Course details Canvas Online course. Meets 8 weeks, 8/29-10/17. Mandatory orientation meeting on Wednesday, 8/29, 6:30PM-8:00PM in Room 1051 (upstairs in the Library).
ENGLISH
ENGL 100L Writing Laboratory
Practice and study of grammar, sentence structure, punctuation, and style in student writing; students meet weekly in a small workshop.
1 Unit
2
Course details Canvas Online course. Meets 13 weeks 9/17-12/15. Recommended Orientation, Wednesday, 9/19, 5:30PM, in the English Learning Center, Room LRC 1060W.
NURSING
N 17 Pharmacology A
Introduces basic pharmacologic principles of nursing care for adults with common health issues.
0.5 Units
1
Course details Canvas Online course. Meets 8 weeks, 8/27-10/20. Enrolled students who do not log in to course by 8/29 will be dropped.
N 27 Pharmacology B
Advances theoretical and applied knowledge of drug therapy for patient care.
0.5 Units
1
Course details Canvas Online course. Meets 8 weeks, 8/27-10/20. Enrolled students who do not log in to course by 8/29 will be dropped.
N 37 Pharmacology C
Advances theoretical and applied knowledge of drug therapy for patient care.
0.5 Units
1
Course details Canvas Online course. Meets 8 weeks, 8/27-10/20. Enrolled students who do not log in to course by 8/29 will be dropped.
N 47 Pharmacology D
Applies theoretical knowledge of drug therapy for diverse patient populations in a variety of settings.
0.5 Units
1
Course details Canvas Online course. Meets 8 weeks, 8/27-10/20. Enrolled students who do not log in to course by 8/29 will be dropped.
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
LS3
Course details Canvas Online course. Meets 12 weeks 9/24-12/15.
REAL ESTATE
RE 150 Real Estate Principles
Teaches the fundamentals of the real estate field, practice and procedures in California.
3 Units
1
Course details Canvas Online course. Meets 8/27-10/19.
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
LS2
Course details Canvas Online course. Meets 12 weeks 9/24-12/15.
SOC 2 Contemporary Social Problems
Examines the social, economic, and political definitions, causes, and consequences of major social problems. Evaluates proposed solutions to social problems and methods of intervention. Topics include systemic inequalities along socioeconomic, racial/ethnic, and gender lines and problems in major areas of social life including families, schools, health, and law.
3 Units
LS2
Course details Canvas Online course. Meets 12 weeks 9/24-12/15.


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