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MiraCosta College Spring 2023 Credit Schedule

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MiraCosta College Spring 2023 Credit Courses Classes Start January 23 Important Note: This schedule is continuously evolving. To best serve students, the most up-to- date version can be read on SURF at surf.miracosta.edu. Cardiff / Oceanside / Online miracosta.edu


Find Your Academic & Career Pathway Academic & Career Pathways (ACPs) are collections of majors with related courses that fit within a career area. ACPs help guide you toward fulfilling careers through academic programs, integrated experiences, and support services. You can narrow down your choice of major and begin developing an educational plan that leads to a degree, certificate of completion, or transfer. You will also join a community of like-minded individuals working toward similar academic and career goals. Learn more >> miracosta.edu/acp Accounting Art Athletics Communication Astronomy Administration Automotive Dance Health English Biology of Justice Technology Dramatic Arts Kinesiology French Biotechnology Anthropology Business Film Medical German Chemistry Black Studies Administration Media Arts & Administrative Humanities Computer Science Chicano/Chicana Computer Studies Technology Professional Italian Earth Science Studies & Information Music Nursing Japanese Geology Child Development Technology Music Technology Nutrition Literature Horticulture Education Design Pharmacology Philosophy Mathematics Economics Hospitality Spanish Oceanography Ethnic Studies Physical Science Geography Physics Gerontology History Political Science Psychology Religious Studies Social Work & Human Services Sociology


The Course Schedule Explained The course schedule begins on page 23. Class # Days Time Instructor Units Room # Subject Area Art Campus & Room Number Subjects are listed OC = Oceanside Campus alphabetically. ART 100 Drawing and Composition SAN = San Elijo Campus Catalog Number ENROLLMENT LIMITATION: Maximum of four enrollments among ART 100, CLC = Community Learning Center Course number as listed in ART 102, ART 200, ART 203, ART 213, and ART 263. (See back cover for addresses.) college catalog. The room number follows the Course Title COMMUNITY LEARNING CENTER Room # campus designation. 3.0 CLC 116 Class Number 1996 TTh 12 pm–3:30 pm WEST C Accepted for Transfer An identification number LATE-START CLASS, (09/05–12/14). California State University (CSU) for each individual class. University of California (UC) Search for the class number English when you register online. Remote Instruction ENGL 100 Composition and Reading See page 4 for various Prerequisite CSU; UC types of courses with online A course you are required to instruction. take before you are able to PREREQUISITE: ACE 150, ENGL 50, ESL 150, or eligibility determined by the register in the listed course. English placement process or concurrent enrollment in ENGL 52. Honors Course 3376 ONL MITCHELL C 4.0 ONLINE For information on the Advisory 1389 TTh 8 am–10:50 am HIDLE J 4.0 ZOOM Honors Program, visit Recommended preparation miracosta.edu/honors. you are advised, but not ENGL 201H Critical Thinking, Composition, and Literature (Honors) required, to take. PREREQUISITE: ENGL 100. + Hours Online ENROLLMENT LIMITATION: Not open to students with prior credit in ENGL 201. Required online hours per Corequisite week in addition to the class A course you are required to SAN ELIJO CAMPUS IN CARDIFF Room # meetings. take in the same semester as 4.0 SAN 202 this course. 3076 W 1:30 pm–3:20 pm MUSHINSKY J ARRANGED Location & ONL +1 hour weekly online. The instructor will advise as Indicates where the class to class meeting days, times, meets and may include some Health Education and/or location. portion online, as noted. HEAL 101 Principles of Health ADVISORY: Concurrent enrollment in HEAL 101L OCEANSIDE CAMPUS Room # OC  T413 1436 ARRANGED MCFARLAND C 3.0 2158 TTh 7:30 am–8:45 am BOLDT D 3.0 Music MUS 102 Music Theory II Room # COREQUISITE: MUS 104. 3.0 OC 2413 OCEANSIDE CAMPUS 1751 MW 10:30 am–11:45 am STAFF Days STAFF Units M = Monday The instructor Number of credit T = Tuesday has not yet units earned upon W = Wednesday been assigned completing the Th = Thursday to the class. course. F = Friday S = Saturday Above courses are for illustration only. surf.miracosta.edu For the most up-to-date class information


Choosing between different types of classes in SURF Students are encouraged to view/register for classes by accessing from a computer, not a mobile device. On a mobile device, ‘Room’ will appear on a separate tab making it difficult to see the location. ONGROUND Fully onground instruction with designated day/time sessions. In , an onground course will include the days/times/locations. When adding the course, be sure to take note of the campus location (OC=Oceanside, SAN=San Elijo, CLC=Community Learning Center). HYFLEX HyFlex (onground and Zoom). Students should be prepared to participate in the scheduled 12:00 lecture on campus or online via Zoom at the days/times/location specified in the schedule of classes. Check the syllabus for details. HYBRID Onground instruction plus some hours online. In , a hybrid course will appear with specific days/times/location. A second line under the Room column will indicate ‘Online’. Additionally, Class Notes will show “+XX hours weekly online” indicating the number of hours students are required to complete online. *Note this is all one course. SCHEDULED Class with designated days/times to meet on Zoom. In , a scheduled online (Zoom) ONLINE (ZOOM) course will show specific meeting days and times and Zoom will be indicated under the ‘Room’ column. 12:00 ONLINE Fully online instruction with no designated meeting times. In , an online course will appear blank under the Days/Times and ‘Online’ under the Room column. Note this is not a self-paced course.


WELCOME to MiraCosta College CONTENTS 7 Calendar / Deadlines 15 Degree & Certificate Programs 8 Get Started at MiraCosta 19 General Education 9 The Placement Process 23 Credit Courses 10 Complete Orientation / Ed Plan 47 English & ESL Course Options 11 Financial Aid 59 Mathematics Learning Sequence 12 Register for Classes 75 Maps All information contained in this schedule is effective as of November 17, 2022 and is subject to change. Up-to-date information may be found at miracosta.edu/schedules. The District, and each individual who represents the District, shall provide access to its services, classes, and programs without regard to national origin, immigration status, religion, age, gender, gender identity, gender expression, race or ethnicity, color, medical condition, genetic information, ancestry, sexual orientation, marital status, pregnancy, physical or mental disability, or veteran status, or because they are perceived to have one or more of the foregoing characteristics, or based on association with a person or group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics. In addition to the aforementioned legally protected characteristics, the District also has an interest in nondiscrimination based on additional factors such as accent, citizenship status, economic status, and ethnic group identification even though students or employees could not make a legal claim of discrimination based on these factors. MiraCosta College is accredited by the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges, Western Association of Schools and Colleges, 10 Commercial Blvd., Suite 204, Novato, CA 94949, 415.506.0234, an institutional accrediting body recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation and the U.S. Department of Education. Additional information about accreditation, including the filing of complaints against member institutions, can be found at: accjc.org. The college is also approved by the California Department of Education for the training of veterans under the provisions of the G.I. Bill of Regulations. Specific MiraCosta College programs are also accredited through their respective agencies. These include the California State Board of Registered Nursing, the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs, the Board of Vocational Nursing and Psychiatric Technicians, California Department of Public Health’s Aide and the Technician Certification Section, and the Accrediting Commission for Schools, Western Association of Schools and Colleges. MiraCosta College Spring 2023 Credit Courses 5


Hit the at MiraCosta College! is MiraCosta’s Online Registration & Student Center Complete Spartan Prep Search for classes Add or drop classes Purchase textbooks Use myEdPlan to stay on track of your major requirements View financial aid awards and “Tasks” list items Pay fees P urchase a parking permit & Student ID View your registration date and time View and print unofficial transcripts, course history, and grades surf.miracosta.edu At MiraCosta College, we foster a culture of CARE & Support. It’s oSurtcuomdmeitmnetntStuo ccess! miracosta.edu/care


COLLEGE CALENDAR / SPRING 2023 November 7, 2022 • registration for spring 2023 semester begins (Log in to your account to find your date and time) January 2, 2023 • New Year’s Day (observance); college closed January 16 • Martin Luther King, Jr. Day; college closed January 23 • Classes begin for spring 2023 semester Februrary 3 • Last day to add full-term spring classes with instructor permission • Last day to drop full-term spring classes for a full refund and no record • Last day to add or drop spring classes for financial aid payment February 17, 18 & 20 • Presidents Day; college closed February 27 • Last day to file petition for degree/certificate for spring March 3 • Last day to file petition for Credit by Examination for spring March 20–25 • Spring Break March 23–25 • College closed April 27 • Last day to drop spring full-term classes with option of “W” grade May 22–26 • Final examinations. See finals schedule at miracosta.edu/finals. May 26 • Last day to file petition for pass/no pass grading option for spring classes • Commencement/End of spring 2023 semester The deadlines above are for full-semester classes. For 15-week late-start, 12-week late-start, and 8-week mid-semester class deadlines, see the chart below. Enrollment Important Deadlines / SPRING 2023 Add deadline with instructor permission*. Deadline to Deadline Deadline drop class with to drop with a to file for no record & “W” grade pass/no pass Days Start Date End Date receive refund. (withdraw) grading option Full-Term Classes: 1/23/2023 5/26/2023 2/3/2023 4/27/2023 5/26/2023 1/23/2023 3/18/2023 1/27/2023 3/6/2023 3/18/2023 8-Week Classes: Online or Arranged 2/21/2023 5/20/2023 3/1/2023 5/1/2023 5/20/2023 12-Week Classes: 2/6/2023 5/26/2023 2/16/2023 5/1/2023 5/26/2023 Online or Arranged 2/6/2023 5/22/2023 2/15/2023 4/28/2023 5/22/2023 2/6/2023 5/22/2023 2/15/2023 4/28/2023 5/22/2023 15-Week Classes: 2/6/2023 5/24/2023 2/16/2023 4/28/2023 5/24/2023 Online/ARR 2/7/2023 5/23/2023 2/16/2023 4/28/2023 5/23/2023 M 2/7/2023 5/23/2023 2/16/2023 4/28/2023 5/23/2023 MW (ends M) 2/7/2023 5/25/2023 2/16/2023 5/1/2023 5/25/2023 MW (ends W) 2/8/2023 5/24/2023 2/16/2023 5/1/2023 5/24/2023 T 2/9/2023 5/25/2023 2/16/2023 5/1/2023 5/25/2023 TTh (ends T) 2/10/2023 5/26/2023 2/21/2023 5/2/2023 5/26/2023 TTh (ends Th) 2/11/2023 5/27/2023 2/21/2023 5/2/2023 5/27/2023 W Th 3/27/2023 5/20/2023 3/31/2023 5/8/2023 5/20/2023 F S 8-Week Classes Beginning in March: For other variations, check your course syllabus. *A student may register in open classes until midnight two days before the class begins. At the instructor’s discretion and with an instructor-assigned permission number, a student may add/register in full-semester or 15-week classes through the end of the second week of class or within five working days for any other short-term classes. MiraCosta College Spring 2023 Credit Courses 7


GET STARTED AT MIRACOSTA 1 Discover Careers & Explore Majors 2  Learn about majors and careers by exploring which Academic & Career Pathway (ACP) is right for you. 3 4 Use our Career Coach tool to align options with your passions and interests at miracosta.edu/acp >> see pages 15–18 5 6 N ot sure of your major or career goal? Book an appointment with a career counselor at miracosta.edu/careers. 7 Submit Application  Complete the MiraCosta College application online at miracosta.edu/apply. Once your application is processed you will receive information on next steps via email: N EW Students (first time applying to MiraCosta) will receive a separate email with instructions and a link to activate your MiraCosta Username (SURF ID) and set a password. R eturning Students (previously applied to MiraCosta) will need to go to miracosta.edu/passreset for instructions to reset your password. A welcome email with your ID from Admissions & Records. Visit miracosta.edu/admissions for more information. A placement email with your math and English placement from Testing Services. Visit miracosta.edu/testing for more information. Apply for Financial Aid   Need Money for College? Financial aid can help >> see page 11. F ill out the FAFSA at fafsa.gov or California Dream Act Application at csac.ca.gov. Visit miracosta.edu/financialaid for more info. A pply for scholarships at miracosta.edu/scholarships. Complete Spartan Prep  Complete Spartan Prep in your account to complete orientation and a first semester education exercise >> see page 10. S partan Start Orientation—Learn all about MiraCosta College’s programs, support services, and college terminology. F irst Semester Education Plan—Practice how to select semester coursework that aligns with your educational goals. Connect with Academic Counseling   Let our counselors assist you in selecting the right courses for your educational goal and help you create a personalized education plan—the classes needed to reach your educational goal like a certificate and/or degrees. To sign up for Express sessions for quick questions or to schedule 45-minute appointments, please visit miracosta.edu/counseling. Register & Pay   In , register for the classes you selected. Need help registering? Use these tools: m yEdPlan is an electronic tool to help you see which courses you need to complete your academic goal. S chedule Builder is an electronic tool to help you build your class schedule. C ontact the Student HelpDesk at miracosta.edu/studenthelp. or in-person. Contact the Student Accounts office at 760.795.6835 with questions related to fees  Pay online through and parking permit. Get Involved   Student Life & Leadership is here to help you engage in your Spartan Experience! Learn more about student clubs, events, how to get your Spartan Pass ID Card, the Associated Student Government, and leadership opportunities at miracosta.edu/engage. MiraCosta College Spring 2023 Credit Courses 760.757.2121 miracosta.edu 8


THE PLACEMENT PROCESS The placement process The MiraCosta College placement process is the first step in provides you with the information needed matriculation. It starts to get started in the math and English courses you on the right path and that best support your educational pathway. keeps you going to arrive at your educational destination.  P lacement from MiraCosta Application Matriculation has four parts: placement, orientation, advisement, The MiraCosta CCCApply application may ask you to and education planning. provide the following: Students can challenge or appeal  High school GPA any step in the matriculation process by emailing  H ighest high school math/English course completed [email protected]  High school math/English coursework and grades Know Your Rights Under AB 705 H ave your high school transcript information accessible while applying. Students who provide this information will Assembly Bill (AB) 705 requires California receive an email with their math and English placement Community Colleges to maximize the information within a few days. This placement notification probability that students will enter and is also available in the Message Center located in your complete transfer-level coursework in English and math within a one-year time Student Center. frame. AB 705 requires that colleges use one or more of the following  O ther Ways to Complete Placement measures for placement into math and English courses: If you did not provide your high school transcript information on the application, you can complete the placement process High school Grade Point by submitting any of the following to Testing Services: Average (GPA) High school coursework O fficial or unofficial high school transcript High school grades For more information on your rights Multiple Measures Self-Report Update Form. The form is under AB 705, visit miracosta.edu/ available at miracosta.edu/testing. testing. Forms and/or high school transcripts may be emailed to [email protected] If you would like information and/or access to math, English, and ESL courses outside of your placement, you may visit the Testing Services webpage at miracosta.edu/testing to learn about our Guided Self-Placement process. For information on alternatives to assessment (including AP scores, EAP, and prior college coursework), visit our webpage at miracosta.edu/testing or email [email protected] MiraCosta College Spring 2023 Credit Courses 9


COMPLETE SPARTAN PREP Spartan Prep gets students off to a great start on their college career and leads to higher student success. Spartan Prep is a guide for students to complete Spartan Start Orientation and practice creating a first-semester education plan. 1 All students (new and current) should complete Spartan Start Orientation to learn about MiraCosta College’s academic programs, support services, college terminology, and develop planning tools that will help them succeed in college. 2 Students who complete the first semester education plan exercise get practical experience selecting semester coursework that aligns with transfer and/or degree goals. Contact the Orientation & Student Support Office at [email protected] with any questions. DEVELOP AN EDUCATION PLAN An education plan is an important tool to help students reach their goals efficiently; this saves time and money. The plan outlines a suggested pathway of courses for students based on their major, transfer goals, or other objectives. Education plans allow students to determine how long it will take to complete a program of study and to be sure that all program requirements can be met within a particular period of time. Students can develop options for education plans on myEdPlan in . However, to maintain priority registration, students must: Meet with an academic counselor. Complete a comprehensive education plan prior to completion of 15 units or the end of the second semester (whichever comes first). MiraCosta College Spring 2023 Credit Courses 760.757.2121 miracosta.edu 10


FINANCIAL AID Need money for college? Financial Aid can help. Don’t miss out on making college even more affordable!  Three Ways to Get  Five Steps to Financial Aid Information Receiving Financial Aid 1. Visit our webpage: miracosta.edu/financialaid. 1 Apply 2. Join us on chat: miracosta.edu/FinAidChat. 3. Call us at 760.795.6711 or email [email protected] Complete the FAFSA at fafsa.gov or the California  Three Reasons to Apply for Financial Aid Dream Act Application (CADAA) at dream.csac.ca.gov. The 1. F ederal Financial Aid programs available MiraCosta College School Code is 001239. G rants like Federal Pell & FSEOG: free money that does not need to be repaid. 2 Check Email Federal Work Study: part-time student employment program. F ederal Direct Loans: federal education loans that typically have a low You will receive an email 3–5 interest rate and require repayment after finishing school. business days after applying with further instructions and 2. S tate Financial Aid programs available estimated award amounts. C alifornia College Promise Grant (CCPG): formerly known as Board of 3 Tasks List Governors (BOG) Fee Waiver, which waives tuition costs. Cal Grants: free grant money for academically and financially eligible Additional documents will be students that file a FAFSA/CADAA. Submit your FAFSA/CADAA before requested via the Tasks March 2 for priority consideration. list. Check your Tasks list often. S tudent Success Completion Grant: free grant money for Cal Grant students enrolled in at least 12 units; increased amounts for students 4 Review enrolled in 15 units or more. D reamers Service Incentive Grant (DSIG): students receiving Cal Grant B Once your Tasks list is and performing 150 hours of community or volunteer service each complete, your file will be semester may be eligible for a paid stipend. reviewed to confirm eligibility. Reviews can take between 3. L ocal Financial Aid programs available 2–4 weeks to complete. M iraCosta College Promise program: free grant money that covers tuition 5 Payment and mandatory fees for two academic years for all first-time, full-time students. S cholarships: free money available for students, including undocumented Financial Aid partners with and international students. BankMobile to deliver financial aid. You can set up direct Undocumented Students deposit to your existing bank account or a BankMobile Vibe If you are an undocumented student and cannot complete the FAFSA, account through . you may complete the California Dream Act Application (CADAA) at dream.csac.ca.gov to determine eligibility for state and local programs. Important A id eligibility is based on enrolled units as of the full semester add/drop date. Recalculations are not made after that point. This date applies to all courses, including late-start courses. Waitlisted classes do not count toward enrollment. Students who withdraw after the add/drop date may be required to repay a portion of their financial aid funds. MiraCosta College Spring 2023 Credit Courses 11


REGISTER FOR CLASSES Fees at a Glance After MiraCosta College processes your application / Spring 2023 (typically within two business days), you will receive Enrollment Fee: an email with information about , our online $46/unit for California residents.* High school registration system accessible at surf.miracosta.edu. students exempt. Health Services Fee: You must log in and set up a password. Then you’ll $19/semester Student Center Fee: use to register for your classes. Visit $1/unit up to $10/year miracosta.edu/admissions for more information. Optional Fees Registration Groups Student ID Card: $6 Parking Permit: Find the registration group (A, B, C, D, E, or F) to which you belong on $35—car pages 12–13 and then reference the chart on page 14 to find $17.50—motorcycle your exact registration date. Student Representation Fee: $2/semester Group A: Special populations A student may decline this fee Students in this group include: at the time of registration. Active duty military.† For a detailed explanation of EOPS, CalWORKs, and Student Accessibility Services (SAS).‡ required and optional fees, visit Homeless youth (up to and including the age of 24), foster youth, and miracosta.edu/fees. former foster youth.‡ *P ersons determined to be nonresidents of California pay Veterans receiving VA benefits or who have been discharged from an additional per-unit fee of $304. the military within the last fifteen years.§ Some exemptions to residency requirements exist. FEES SUBJECT TO CHANGE. To receive and maintain priority registration, new and continuing † M ust show proof of military ID and request Group A students must do the following: priority registration through the Admissions & Records Office. Complete placement process, orientation, and advisement; ‡ Priority within these groups is not automatic Veterans and active duty military must complete a comprehensive and students must be verified by the EOPS education plan within their first semester at MiraCosta College. Others or SAS offices. Homeless students may in Group A must complete an education plan within two semesters; contact Financial Aid for verification. Maintain good academic standing with at least a 2.0 GPA and § Proof of discharge date, California complete at least 50 percent of enrolled units (excludes homeless and residence, and previous college foster youth); and enrollments may be required. Veterans who have been discharged within the last Not exceed 100 degree-applicable units. (Students in the bachelor of 15 years and have not taken advantage of science in biomanufacturing degree program, homeless youth, foster priority registration for more than four years youth, former foster youth, and SAS are exempt from the 100 unit limitation.) may request priority registration through the Admissions & Records Office. MiraCosta College Spring 2023 Credit Courses 760.757.2121 miracosta.edu 12


Group B: All other matriculated continuing, new, and returning students To receive and maintain priority registration, new and continuing Group B students must do the following: Complete placement process, orientation, and advisement; Complete an education plan prior to completion of 15 units or a third semester, whichever comes first; Maintain good academic standing with at least a 2.0 GPA and complete at least 50 percent of enrolled units (excludes homeless, foster youth); and Not exceed 90 degree-applicable units. (Students in the bachelor of science in biomanufacturing degree program, homeless, foster youth, and SAS are exempt from the 90 unit limitation.) Group C: C ontinuing, new, and returning students who have not matriculated (including those in Group A and Group B) and students who have previously earned a bachelor’s degree Group D: Probationary students Any student who has been on probation for at least two consecutive semesters, including students on academic probation (GPA-based) or progress probation (based on the percentage of courses completed with an evaluative grade). Group E: Students over 90 units Students who have completed more than 90 degree-applicable units with a grade of A–F, P, or NP. Courses considered basic skills will not be counted toward the completion of units in this category (although they will count toward accumulation of units in Groups B and C). Group F: Concurrently registered high school students Concurrently registered high school students are restricted from registering early and may only register approximately two weeks prior to the start of the term. Students with disabilities are entitled to appropriate accommodations. Contact Student Accessibility Services (SAS) at 760.795.6658 or go to miracosta.edu/sas for more information. MiraCosta College Spring 2023 Credit Courses 13


Registration Appointment Dates/ SPRING 2023 Find your group on pages 12–13. Registration If you register Pay before Date between 11p.m. on this Group A: All students in Group A these dates day or you may November 7 be dropped from Group B: Athletes & MiraCosta Nov. 7–Dec. 2 your classes* College Bachelor’s in November 8 Group C: Biomanufacturing Cohort December 15 Group D: 45.5–60 units November 9 Group E: 60.5–75 units November 10 Dec. 3–Jan. 6 January 12 Group F: 75.5–90 units November 14 30.5–45 units November 15 January 7–16 January 19 15.5–30 units November 16 0.5–15 units November 17 J anuary 17 or after Payment due at 0 units November 18 time of registration 90.5+ units November 28 45.5–60 units November 29 *If you submitted a FAFSA or CADAA you will be 60.5–75 units November 30 granted a fee deferment, which will allow you to 75.5–90 units December 1 delay payment of fees and holds your classes 30.5–45 units December 2 without being dropped for nonpayment. Students 15.5–30 units December 5 issued fee deferments are still responsible for all 0.5–15 units December 6 charges on their account if financial aid is not 0 units December 7–8 issued or does not cover all costs. Contact the 90.5+ units December 9 Financial Aid Office for more information. All students in Group D December 12 All students in Group E December 13 All students in Group F January 9 Registration Appointment Times All students must check at surf.miracosta.edu to find their registration time. The number of units you have completed at MiraCosta College determines your registration priority. For Groups B and C, this includes all courses completed, including basic skills and ESL classes. Students who have completed 100.5 units or more in degree-applicable courses will be assigned to Group E. Appointments are assigned randomly within each group and start at 8 a.m. for Groups A–E and 6 a.m. for Group F. You may register on your appointment date and time or any time after throughout the registration period. MiraCosta College Spring 2023 Credit Courses 760.757.2121 miracosta.edu 14


ACADEMIC & CAREER PATHWAYS Degree & Certificate Programs ooDACCffseeesrrPAgttroriicffoceiifhiiieccacetaaivtteeeeenmcyent BDaecgrheeleor’s BUSINESS & TECHNOLOGY STAR Certific graduati STAR Certific graduati Accounting (ACCT) STAR Accounting STAR Certific Accounting Assistant STAR Bookkeeping Certific Computerized Accounting Applications STAR Certific Income Tax Preparer STAR Income Tax Professional Certific graduati Payroll Professional STAR Professional Accounting: Preparing for the CPA Exam STAR Certific STAR Certific Automotive Technology (AUTO) Certific Automotive Alignment, Brakes and Suspension STAR Automotive Electronics graduati Automotive Electronics, Computers, and Emissions and/or HVAC STAR graduati Automotive/Motorcycle Maintenance and Light Repair Automotive Quick Service Assistant STAR Certific graduati Automotive Repair: Drive-Train Specialist STAR Certific graduati Automotive Technology STAR Certific graduati Basic Engine Performance California Smog Check Technician STAR Certific graduati Electric, Hybrid, and Alternative Fuel Technician STAR Electric Vehicle, Hybrid Vehicle, and Engine Performance STAR Certific Master Technician STAR Certific graduati Business Administration (BUS) STAR Certific graduati Business Administration STAR Certific graduati Business Administration for Transfer STAR Business Administration for Transfer 2.0 STAR Certific graduati Business Fundamentals Certific graduati Business Quick Startup Certific graduati Entrepreneurship Certific graduati Entrepreneurship Fundamentals Certific graduati Management Certific graduati Marketing Project Management Retail Assistant Retail Management Social Entrepreneurship Social Media for Business Supply Chain Management Computer Studies & Information Technology (CSIT) Business Information Worker (BIW) Business Productivity Software Applications Business Productivity Software Applications Essentials Certiport IC3 Digital Literacy Certiport Microsoft Office CompTIA IT Core Essentials Cybersecurity Emerging Technologies Information Technology Internet and E-Commerce Management Information Systems (MIS) Systems Administration Tech Support MiraCosta College Spring 2023 Credit Courses 15


Degree & Certificate Programs ooDACCffseeesrrPAgttroriicffoceiifhiiieccacetaaivtteeeeenmcyent BDaecgrheeleor’s BUSINESS & TECHNOLOGY STAR Certific graduati Design (DESN) STAR Certific graduati 3D Modeling and Prototyping STAR Certific graduati Applied Design STAR Architectural Design STAR Certific graduati AutoCAD Certified User STAR Certific graduati Computer-Aided Drafting STAR Computer-Aided Drafting and Design STAR Certific graduati Construction Management STAR graduati Drafting Fundamentals STAR Engineering Design Graphics Certific graduati Engineering Technology STAR graduati Mechanical Design STAR SolidWorks Certified User STAR graduati STAR Certific graduati Hospitality (HOSP) STAR Food, Beverage, and Restaurant Certific Guest Services and Concierge STAR Hospitality Management graduati Hospitality Management for Transfer graduati Meeting, Convention, and Event Management Restaurant Management Certific Liberal Arts Certific graduati Business and Technology graduati graduati CREATIVE & APPLIED ARTS graduati graduati Art (ART) graduati Art History for Transfer Digital Photography Certific graduati Museum Studies Studio Art for Transfer Certific Dance (DNCE) Certific graduati Dance graduati Dance Instructor Certific Dramatic Arts (DRAM) Design and Technology Certific graduati Dramatic Arts Theatre Arts for Transfer Film (FILM) Film Studies Film, Television, and Electronic Media for Transfer Liberal Arts Creative and Applied Arts Media Arts & Technologies (MAT) Digital and Print Publishing Digital Media Foundations Graphic Communication Graphic Design Video and Animation Video and Media Design Web Design Web Development and Design Music (MUS) Music Music Technology (MTEC) Business of Music and Media Music Technology MiraCosta College Spring 2023 Credit Courses 760.757.2121 miracosta.edu 16


ooDACCffseeesrrPAgttroriicffoceiifhiiieccacetaaivtteeeeenmcyent BDaecgrheeleor’s HEALTH SCIENCES STAR Certific STAR Certific Kinesiology (KINE) STAR Personal Fitness Trainer STAR graduati Yoga Instructor (200 hours) STAR Yoga Instructor (300 hours) STAR Certific Liberal Arts STAR Certific graduati Applied Health, Nutrition, and Kinesiology STAR STAR Certific Medical Administrative Professional (MAP) Medical Insurance and Coding Specialist Certific graduati Medical Office Clinical & Administrative Professional graduati Medical Office Professional graduati Medical Office Specialist Patient Care Coordinator graduati Nursing (NURS) graduati Certified Nursing Assistant graduati Home Health Aide Certific graduati Licensed Vocational Nursing graduati Registered Nursing (ADN) Registered Nursing (LVN-to-RN) Certific Nutrition (NUTR) Certific graduati Fitness Nutrition Specialist graduati Nutrition & Dietetics for Transfer Certific LANGUAGES, COMMUNICATION & HUMANITIES graduati Communication (COMM) Communication Studies for Transfer graduati Certific graduati universi English (ENGL) English for Transfer Certific Certific French (FREN) French Certific graduati graduati Italian (ITAL) Italian Certific graduati Italian Language and Culture Certific graduati Japanese (JAPN) Certific graduati Japanese Certific graduati Certific graduati Liberal Arts Certific graduati Arts and Humanities Certific graduati Spanish (SPAN) Spanish Spanish for Transfer MATH & SCIENCES Biology (BIO) Biology for Transfer Biotechnology (BTEC) Biomanufacturing Bioprocess Technology Laboratory Skills Research and Development Computer Science (CS) Computer Science for Transfer Game Developer Mobile Application Development Software Development Horticulture (HORT) Irrigation Technology Landscape Architecture Nursery/Horticulture Crop Production Pest Control Adviser Sustainable Agriculture Sustainable Landscape & Turf Management Viticulture & Enology MiraCosta College Spring 2023 Credit Courses 17


Degree & Certificate Programs ooDACCffseeesrrPAgttroriicffoceiifhiiieccacetaaivtteeeeenmcyent BDaecgrheeleor’s MATH & SCIENCES STAR graduati Liberal Arts Mathematics and Sciences STAR graduati Mathematics (MATH) STAR graduati Mathematics for Transfer STAR Certific graduati STAR SOCIAL & BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES STAR graduati Administration of Justice (ADM) Certific graduati Administration of Justice for Transfer graduati Law Enforcement graduati Anthropology (ANTH) Certific Anthropolgy for Transfer Certific graduati Child Development (CHLD) Certific graduati Assistant Teacher Certific graduati Associate Teacher Child and Adolescent Development for Transfer graduati Early Childhood Education for Transfer Early Intervention and Inclusion graduati Master Teacher Site Supervisor graduati Teacher graduati graduati Gerontology (GERO) Gerontology graduati Optimal Aging and Older Adulthood graduati History (HIST) graduati History for Transfer graduati graduati Liberal Arts Liberal Arts: Elementary Subject Matter Education graduati Multicultural Studies Social and Behavioral Sciences graduati graduati Political Science (PLSC) graduati Law, Public Policy, and Society for Transfer graduati Political Science for Transfer graduati Psychology (PSYC) Certific Human Development Psychology Certific Psychology for Transfer Research Fundamentals Certific Volunteer Services Social Work & Human Services (SWHS) Social Work & Human Services for Transfer Sociology (SOC) Research Fundamentals Social Justice Studies for Transfer: African American Studies Social Justice Studies for Transfer: Chicano Studies Social Justice Studies for Transfer: Gender Studies Social Justice Studies for Transfer: LGBTQ Studies Sociology for Transfer Volunteer Services GENERAL EDUCATION California State University General Education (CSU GE) California State University General Education Interdisciplinary Studies (INTR) Global Studies Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum (IGETC) Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum See the MiraCosta College Catalog for degree and certificate requirements. The catalog is available electronically at catalog.miracosta.edu. MiraCosta College Spring 2023 Credit Courses 760.757.2121 miracosta.edu 18


GENER AL EDUCATION Students at MiraCosta College can choose to follow one of three general education patterns: A P lan A is for students not intending to transfer but who want to earn an associate degree. Plan A will satisfy general education requirements at MiraCosta College but will not satisfy all B general education requirements for transfer to a CSU or UC campus and is not intended for C students transferring to a four-year institution. For more information, see page 20 for the Plan A advisement sheet or visit catalog.miracosta.edu/degreecertificatetransferinfo for MiraCosta College Catalog Associate Degrees & Certificates. Plan B is for students transferring to a California State University (CSU) campus. For more information, see page 21 for the Plan B advisement sheet, which contains general education requirements, or visit catalog.miracosta.edu/degreecertificatetransferinfo for MiraCosta College Catalog Associate Degrees & Certificates. Plan C is for students transferring to either a University of California (UC) or a CSU campus. For more information, see page 22 for the Plan C advisement sheet or visit catalog.miracosta.edu/degreecertificatetransferinfo for MiraCosta College Catalog Associate Degrees & Certificates. MiraCosta College counselors can assist you in developing an education plan that meets your unique goals! Visit miracosta.edu/ counseling for information on how to schedule an appointment. MiraCosta College Spring 2023 Credit Courses 19


Plan A: Advisement Sheet / FALL 2022–SUMMER 2023 A MiraCosta College General Education Requirements AREA A—Language & Reasoning AREA D—Social & Behavioral Sciences A minimum of 3 semester units is required. A1. English Composition C IP N Select one course from any discipline. C IP N A minimum of 3 semester units is required. ADM 100/100H, 200 ANTH 102/102H, 103, 104, 107, 190/190H * E NGL 100/100H CCS 230, 232 CHLD 113, 235 A2. C ommunication & Analytical Thinking C IP N COMM 120, 135, 220 A minimum of 3 semester units is required. CSIT 160 Select one course from any discipline. ECON 100, 101, 102 GEOG 102, 104, 108 * BUS 147, 204/204H GERO 101, 250 * BTEC 180/180H HIST 100/100H, 101/101H, 102/102H, 105/105H, 106/106H, 107, COMM 101, 106, 207, 212 110/110H, 111/111H, 113/113H, 115/115H, 116/116H, 117/117H, * CSIT 123 141/141H, 142/142H, 145/145H, 146/146H, 165 * ENGL 201/201H, 202/202H PLSC 101/101H, 102, 103, 150 * M ATH 64/64S, 102, 103/103S, 105, 106, 112, 115, 126/126S, 131/131H, PSYC 100, 101/101H, 103, 114, 115, 121/121H, 125, 170, 211 SOC 101/101H, 102, 103, 105, 120, 130, 140, 230, 232, 250 150/150H, 155/155H, 260/260H PHIL 100, 110/110H * PSYC 104/104H, 105 * READ 100 * SOC 125 AREA B—Natural Sciences AREA E—Lifelong Learning A minimum of 3 semester units is required. Courses with a laboratory component are highlighted. A minimum of 3 semester units is required. Select one course from either group. A NTH 101/101H, 101L/101LH, 105/105H, 190/190H ASTR 101/101L, 120, 201 C IP N E1. Technology & Information Fluency C IP N BIO 102, 103, 104, 105, 106, 107, 108, 109, 110, 111, 111L, 202, 204/204H, 220 C IP N BTEC 108/108H A CCT 101, 145; BUS 133; CS 101; CSIT 101, 110, 120, 137, 155; CHEM 103, 103L, 112, 115/115H, 116, 140, 150/150H, 151/151H LIBR 101, 201/201H; MAT 120, 125, 150, 165, 180 EART 106/106H; GEOG 101, 101L; GEOL 101/101H, 101L HORT 115, 116 E2. S elf-Development† NURS 153; NUTR 100/100H, 120 OCEA 101/101H, 101L BTEC 107; BUS 136, 147; CHLD 113; COUN 100; CSIT 160, 165; PHSN 106, 106L, 108/108H GERO 101, 250; HEAL 101, 205; INTR 100; NURS 283; PHYS 111/111H, 112/112H, 151/151H, 152/152H, 253/253H NUTR 100/100H, 105, 125; PSYC 100, 115, 121/121H, 145, 170; SOC PSYC 260 145 AREA F—Cultural Diversity‡ C IP N A minimum of 3 semester units is required. AREA C—Humanities ADM 230 BLST 240 A minimum of 3 semester units is required. C IP N BUS 136, 160 Select one course from any discipline. CCS 230, 232 CHLD 210, 235 ART 100, 101, 103, 104, 157, 158, 159/159H, 201, 230, 232, 244, 254, COMM 215 258, 259, 260/260H, 290 DNCE 104, 105/105H, 169; DRAM 222 AUTO 110 ETHN 207 CCS 230, 232 FILM 211/211H, 212/212H COMM 111, 215 FREN 121 DESN 107, 108 GEOG 102, 104 DNCE 100/100H, 101/101H, 104, 105/105H GERO 101, 130 DRAM 105, 130, 134, 222 GRMN 121 FILM 101/101H, 106, 111/111H, 112/112H, 211/211H, 212/212H HIST 100/100H, 101/101H, 102/102H, 103/103H, 104/104H, 105/105H, FREN 101, 102, 121, 201, 202; GRMN 101, 102, 121, 201 110/110H, 111/111H, 113/113H, 115/115H, 116/116H, 117/117H, 141/141H, HIST 103/103H, 104/104H 142/142H, 145/145H, 146/146H HUMN 101/101H, 201, 202, 205 JAPN 121 ITAL 101, 102, 103, 121, 201, 202; JAPN 101, 102, 121, 201, 202 LIT 122, 270/270H, 271 LIT 100, 101, 120, 122, 250/250H, 251/251H, 260/260H, 261/261H, 265/265H, MUS 116, 119/119H 270/270H, 271 NUTR 108 MAT 105 PLSC 102 MUS 100, 112, 113, 114, 115, 116, 119/119H PSYC 121/121H PHIL 101/101H, 102, 221; RELG 101/101H, 103, 105 RELG 101/101H, 105 SOC 230, 232 SOC 120, 207, 230, 232, 240 SPAN 101, 102, 201, 202, 205, 221, 222 SPAN 101, 102, 200, 201, 205 FOOTNOTES AREA G—American Institutions & History‡ C IP N A minimum of 3 semester units is required. Courses listed in two different areas may be used in either area but not both. H IST 110/110H, 111/111H, 116/116H, 117/117H, 141/141H, 142/142H, 145/145H, 146/146H, 165; PLSC 102 *Courses completed with a minimum grade of “C” or “P” can be used to meet the Required Competencies C IP N graduation competency requirements. Reading †Active duty military personnel and U.S. military veterans may satisfy E2 through Writing osur bRmecisrsuiiot nTraofinainmgil(itDaDry21t4ra, nDsDc2ri9p5t,tohraot tdheemr monilisttararytetrsatnhseccriopmt).pletion of Basic Training Mathematics ‡Courses completed in these categories may also satisfy other general education requirements. LEGEND: C=Completed IP=In Progress N=Need 760.757.2121 miracosta.edu MiraCosta College Spring 2023 Credit Courses 20


Plan B: Advisement Sheet / FALL 2022–SUMMER 2023 B CSU General Education-Breadth Courses AREA A—English Language Communication & Critical Thinking AREA D—Social Sciences† Three courses and a minimum of 9 semester units are required. Select two courses. If both courses selected are from the same discipline, the CSU Select one course from each group below. Area D upper-division course requirement, completed after transfer, must come from a different discipline. A minimum of 6 units is required. A1.* Oral Communication: C IP N C IP N COMM 101, 106, 207 C IP N ADM 100/100H, 200 A2.* Written Communication: C IP N ANTH 102/102H, 103, 104, 105/105H, 107, 190/190H (F’19) BLST 240 ENGL 100/100H CCS 230, 232 A3.* Critical Thinking: CHLD 112 (F’22),113, 210, 235 COMM 120, 135, 220 COMM 212; ENGL 201/201H, 202/202H; PHIL 100, 110/110H; PSYC CSIT 160 105; READ 100 ECON 100, 101, 102 ETHN 207 AREA B—Scientific Inquiry & Quantitative Reasoning GEOG 102, 104, 108 GERO 101, 250 Three courses and a minimum of 9 semester units are required. Select one course HIST 100/100H, 101/101H, 102/102H, 105/105H, 106/106H, 107, from each group below. One course must include a corresponding laboratory from 110/110H, 111/111H, 113/113H, 115/115H, 116/116H, 117/117H, 141/141H, group B1 or B2. (Lab courses are highlighted.) 142/142H, 145/145H, 146/146H, 165 NUTR 108 B1. Physical Science: C IP N PLSC 101/101H, 102, 103, 150 PSYC 100, 101/101H, 103, 114 (F’19), 115, 121/121H, 125, 145, 170, 211 ASTR 101, 101L, 120, 201; CHEM 103, 103L, 112, 115/115H, 116, SOC 101/101H, 102, 103, 105, 120, 130, 140, 145, 207, 230, 232, 240, 250 140, 150/150H, 151/151H; EART 106/106H; GEOG 101, 101L; GEOL 101/101H, 101L; NUTR 120; OCEA 101/101H, 101L; History, Constitution and American Ideals Requirement PHSN 106, 108/108H; PHYS 111/111H, 112/112H, 151/151H, 152/152H, 253/253H All CSU campuses have a graduation requirement in History, Constitution and B2. Life Science: C IP N American Ideals. Students may be certified as completing this requirement by completing one course from Group I and one course from Group II; ANTH 101/101H, 101L/101LH, 105/105H, 190/190H; or by completing the course in Group III. C IP N BIO 102, 103, 104, 105, 106, 107, 108, 109, 110, 111, 111L, 202, 204/204H, N 220, 230 (F’14); BTEC 108/108H; HORT 115 (F’16), 116; NUTR 100 Group I: (select one) HIST 110/110H, 116/116H, 141/141H, 145/145H N (F’16)/100H; PSYC 260 and Group II: (select one) HIST 111/111H, 117/117H (F’16), 142/142H, 146, 165 B3. Laboratory Activity: C IP N or Group III: PLSC 102 This requirement may be met by the completion of any lab course above in B1 or B2. (Lab courses are highlighted.) These courses may be used to satisfy the Area D requirement. B4.* Mathematics/Quantitative Reasoning: C IP N AREA E—Lifelong Learning & Self-Development Select one course. A minimum of 3 units is required. A minimum of 3 semester units is required. BUS 136 (F’13); BTEC 107 C IP BTEC 180/180H; BUS 147 (F’18), 204/204H; CSIT 123; MATH 102, CHLD 113 (F’11), 205 (F’11), 235 COUN 100 103/103S (F’22), 105, 106, 112, 115, 126/126S, 131/131H, 150/150H, CSIT 160 (F’22), 165 155/155H, 260/260H; PSYC 104/104H; SOC 104/104H, 125 GERO 101 (F’11); HEAL 101, 222 (F’19) INTR 100 AREA C—Arts & Humanities LIBR 201/201H (F’19) NUTR 100/100H, 105, 125 Select one course from C1 and one course from C2. Select a third course from PSYC 100 (F’11), 115, 121 (F’11)/121H, 145, 170; SOC 145 either C1 or C2. A minimum of 9 semester units is required. C1. Arts: C IP N AREA F —Ethnic Studies† C IP C IP N Select one course. A minimum of 3 units is required. ART 100, 101, 103, 104, 157, 158, 159/159H, 201, 234, 244 (F’14), CCS/SOC 232 254, 258, 259, 260/260H, 290 ETHN/SOC 207 COMM 111 IMPORTANT INFORMATION & FOOTNOTES DESN 107, 108 DNCE 100/100H, 101/101H, 105/105H This general education certification pattern can be subject to change year by year, DRAM 105, 130, 134, 222 but students are assured that courses taken to meet this pattern will be honored if they FILM 101 (F’10)/101H, 106, 111/111H (F’19), 112/112H (F’19) are approved for the academic year that the course is completed. Courses on this list MAT 105 are approved effective Fall 2022 and are valid through Summer 2023. MUS 112, 113, 114, 115, 116, 119/119H C2. Humanities: Certification of this general education pattern is not a CSU admission requirement, except when students are completing an Associate Degree for Transfer to a California ART 159/159H State University. Students are strongly advised to work with a MiraCosta College CCS 232 counselor to develop an educational plan that includes general education and major COMM 215 preparation course work DESN 108 DNCE 104 Credit will not be awarded for both the honors and non-honors version of a course. FILM 111/111H, 112/112H, 211/211H, 212/212H FREN 101, 102, 121, 201, 202; GRMN 101, 102, 121, 201 Courses listed in two different areas may be used in either area but not both. HIST 100 (F’11)/100H (F’11), 101 (F’11)/101H (F’11), 103/103H, ( ) Course approved beginning semester and year indicated. Course taught on campus prior to CSU GE approval. 104/104H, 115/115H HUMN 101/101H, 201, 202, 205 *Consistent with CSU admission policies, MiraCosta College will certify courses in ITAL 101, 102, 103, 121, 201, 202; JAPN 101, 102, 121, 201, 202, Area A or B4 that have been completed with a minimum grade of “C-” or better.* 210 (F’16) †Effective for students beginning at MiraCosta or a CSU campus in Fall 2021 and LIT 100, 101, 120, 122, 250/250H, 251/251H, 260/260H, 261/261H, beyond. Students with continuous enrollment (attendance in at least one semester per 265/265H, 270/270H, 271 calendar year at a CSU or CCC or a combination of the two) prior to Fall 2021 may choose MAT 105 to complete the Plan B pattern without Area F and with the 9 unit Area D requirement. PHIL 101/101H, 102, 221; RELG 101/101H, 103, 105 SOC 232 SPAN 101, 102, 201, 202, 205, 221, 222 MiraCosta College LEGEND: C=Completed IP=In Progress N=Need 21 Spring 2023 Credit Courses


Plan C: Advisement Sheet / FALL 2022–SUMMER 2023 C Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum (IGETC) for CSU and UC AREA 1—English Composition AREA 5—Physical & Biological Sciences UC: Two courses are required. Select one course from group 1A and one course Two courses and a minimum of 7 semester units are required. Select one course from group A and one course from group B. One course must include a corresponding from group 1B. laboratory. (Lab courses are highlighted.) CSU: Three courses are required. Select one course from each group (1A, 1B, and 1C). 1A. English Composition C IP N 5A. Physical Science: C IP N (a minimum of 3 semester units) C IP N C IP N ASTR 101, 101L, 120 (F’13), 201 C IP N ENGL 100/100H CHEM 103 (F’19), 103L (F’19), 112, 115/115H, 116, 140, 150/150H, C IP N 1B. Critical Thinking—English Composition 151/151H (a minimum of 3 semester units) EART 106 GEOG 101, 101L ENGL 201/201H, 202/202H GEOL 101/101H, 101L 1C. O ral Communication—CSU ONLY OCEA 101/101H, 101L PHSN 101, 106, 108/108H (a minimum of 3 semester units) PHYS 111, 112, 151/151H, 152/152H, 253/253H 5B. Biological Science: COMM 101, 106, 207 (F’10) ANTH 101/101H, 101L/101LH, 105/105H, 190 (F’19)/190H (F’19) AREA 2A—Mathematical Concepts & Quantitative Reasoning BIO 102, 103, 104, 105, 106, 107, 108, 109, 110, 111, 111L, 202, One course and a minimum of 3 semester units are required. C IP N 204/204H, 220, 230 (F’19) Select one of the following courses: HORT 115 (F’16), 116 (F’10) PSYC 260 BTEC 180/180H; BUS 204/204H; CSIT 123; MATH 103/103S (F’22), 5C. Laboratory Activity: 112, 115, 126, 131/131H, 150/150H, 155/155H, 260/260H; PSYC 104/104H; SOC 104/104H, 125 This requirement may be met by the completion of any lab course above in 5A or 5B. (Lab courses are highlighted.) AREA 3—Arts & Humanities AREA 6—Language Other Than English (UC only) Three courses and a minimum of 9 semester units are required. This proficiency may be met by having completed two years of high school Select one course from group 3A and one course from group 3B. course work in a language other than English with a “C-”* or better Select a third course from either group 3A or 3B. or by selecting one of the following courses: C IP N C IP N 3A. Arts: C IP N N ART 104, 157, 158, 159/159H, 201, 234, 254, 258, 259, 260/260H, FREN 101; GRMN 101; ITAL 101, 103; JAPN 101; SPAN 101, 221 290 (F’13); DESN 107, 108 For all approved courses see Assist.org DNCE 100/100H, 101/101H, 105/105H DRAM 105, 134, 222 CSU Graduation Requirements FILM 101 (F’10)/101H, 106, 111/111H (F’19), 112/112H (F’19) MAT 105 History Constitution and America Ideals: MUS 112 (F’19), 113, 114 (F’09), 115, 116, 119/119H Select one course from Group I and one course from Group II. 3B. Humanities: These courses may be used to partially satisfy the Area 4 requirement. C IP ART 159/159H Group I: HIST 110/110H, 116/116H, 141/141H, 145/145H CCS/SOC 232 and COMM 215 Group II: HIST 111/111H, 117/117H (F’16), 142/142H, 146, 165 DESN 108 or DNCE 104 Group III: PLSC 102 FILM 111/111H (F’19), 112/112H (F’19), 211/211H (F’19), 212/212H (F’19) FREN 121 (F’19), 201, 202; GRMN 121, 201 IMPORTANT INFORMATION & FOOTNOTES HIST 100 (F’11)/100H (F’11), 101 (F’11)/101H (F’11), 103/103H, This general education certification pattern can be subject to change year by year, but students are assured that courses taken to meet this pattern will be honored if they 104/104H, 115/115H are approved for the academic year that the course is completed. Courses on this list HUMN 101/101H, 201, 202, 205 are approved effective Fall 2022 and are valid through Summer 2023. ITAL 121, 201, 202; JAPN 121, 201, 202, 210 (F’16) IGETC is not a UC admission requirement but is advantageous to most transfer students. LIT 101, 120, 122 (F’22), 250/250H, 251/251H, 260/260H, 261/261H, Students are strongly advised to work with a MiraCosta College counselor to develop an educational plan that includes general education and major preparation course 265/265H, 270/270H, 271 work specific to the intended UC campus. Certification of IGETC, including Area 1C, MAT 105 Oral Communication, is an admission requirement for the California State University PHIL 101/101H, 102, 221; RELG 101/101H (F’19), 103 (F’19), 105 system, when students are completing an Associate Degree for Transfer and using SPAN 201, 202, 205, 221 IGETC to fulfill the general education component of this degree. All courses on IGETC must be completed with a “C” or better. A “P” (pass) is AREA 4—Social & Behavioral Sciences C IP N acceptable, but UC permits no more than 14 semester transferable units to be Three courses and a minimum of 9 semester units are required. completed on a pass/no pass basis. Select three courses from at least two disciplines. UC credit may be limited for some courses. For example, no credit is given for an ADM 100/100H, 200 (F’11) introductory course if it is taken after a more advanced college course. Credit may also ANTH 102/102H,103 (F’16), 104, 105/105H, 107 (F’19), 190/190H (F’19) be limited for courses with overlapping content. In addition, duplicate credit will not be BLST 240 awarded for the honors and non-honors versions of a course. UC credit limitations are CCS 230,232 noted on the catalog course descriptions. CHLD 112 (F’22), 113 (F’11), 210 (F’11), 235 Courses listed in two different areas may be used in either area but not both. COMM 120, 135, 220 ( ) Course approved beginning semester and year indicated. Course taught on CSIT 160, 165 campus prior to IGETC approval. ECON 100, 101, 102; ETHN 207 GEOG 102, 104, 108; GERO 101, 250 *Grades of “C-” are not acceptable except for high school language courses. HIST 100/100H, 101/101H, 102/102H, 105/105H, 106/106H, 107, 110/110H, 111/111H, 113/113H, 115/115H, 116/116H, 117/117H, 141(F’10)/ 141H, 142 (F’10)/142H, 145 (F’10)/145H, 146 (F’10)/146H, 165 NUTR 108 PLSC 101/101H, 102 (F’09), 103, 150 PSYC 100, 101/101H, 103, 114 (F’19), 115 (F’12), 121, 125, 145 (F’11), 170, 211 (F’14) SOC 101/101H, 102, 103, 105, 120 (F’10), 130, 140, 145 (F’11), 207 (F’10), 230, 232, 240 LEGEND: C=Completed IP=In Progress N=Need MiraCosta College Spring 2023 Credit Courses 760.757.2121 miracosta.edu 22


CREDIT COURSE OFFERINGS / SPRING 2023 Daytime, evening, anytime. MiraCosta College gives the flexibility you need to achieve your educational goals! Want to take classes that have lowo-rcost textbooks? Now you can with classes identified as: Zero Textbook Low Textbook Cost (ZTC) Cost (LTC) See a list of all ZTC and LTC classes MiraCosta offers at miracosta.edu/ZTCclasses Search for ZTC and LTC classes in at miracosta.edu/ZTCsearch ZTC classes typically use no-cost digital textbooks, online resources, and homework systems. ZTC classes may have optional print texts that are not free. ZTC classes may also have other required materials, such as lab supplies, calculator, test forms, etc., which are not free. LTC classes use course materials that cost $40 or less. The college strives to ensure that the ZTC and LTC designations are accurate; however, under some circumstances, faculty may have to adjust selection of instructional materials and this can affect course material costs. It may also be necessary to change instructors. Replacement faculty have academic freedom to choose instructional materials regardless of costs and are not obligated to use free 23 course materials selected by an instructor previously assigned to the class.


Accounting CREDIT COURSE OFFERINGS Class # Days Time Instructor Units Room # Class # Days Time Instructor Units Room # Accounting Accounting ACCT 101 Practical Accounting ACCT 201 Financial Accounting (continued) CSU. On Campus – Oceanside Room # 4.0 OC 4801 Online 1411 MW 9 am–10:50 am LOEDEL D 2705 1406 ONL DESCHAMPS M 4.0 ONLINE Honors Contracts may be available. 4.0 ONLINE 2294 ONL DISKIN D 1412 TTh 11 am–12:50 pm CARSTENSEN E 4.0 OC 4802 LATE-START CLASS (03/27–05/20). 4.0 ONLINE 4.0 Hybrid – Oceanside Room # ONL DESCHAMPS M OC 4801 LATE-START CLASS (02/21–05/20). 2822 T 6 pm–7:50 pm ETEMAD S ONLINE & ONL On Campus – Oceanside Room # +1 hour 50 minutes weekly online. 4.0 OC 4801 1405 TTh 3:30 pm–5:20 pm DESCHAMPS M ACCT 202 Managerial Accounting CSU; UC. PREREQUISITE: ACCT 201 or ACCT 201H. ENROLLMENT ACCT 102 Practical Accounting II LIMITATION: Not open to students with prior credit in ACCT 202H. CSU. PREREQUISITES: ACCT 101. Online VERA S 4.0 ONLINE Online ONL LOEDEL D 4.0 ONLINE 1407 ONL 1420 4.0 ONLINE ACCT 104 Payroll Accounting 1417 Honors Contracts may be available. 4.0 ONLINE CSU. ADVISORY: ACCT 101 or ACCT 201. 1418 LATE-START CLASS (02/21–05/20). 4.0 ONLINE 1419 ONL CARSTENSEN E 4.0 ONLINE 2732 Online ONL TACCONE A 1422 ONL AGATHA R 3.0 ONLINE Honors Contracts may be available. 2279 3.0 ONLINE ONL AGATHA R ONL LOEDEL D LATE-START CLASS (02/21–05/20). Honors Contracts may be available. LATE-START CLASS (03/27–05/20). ACCT 145 Individual Income Tax ONL STAFF CSU. LATE-START CLASS (02/06–05/26). Online On Campus – Oceanside Room # 4.0 OC 4801 1408 ONL DESCHAMPS M 4.0 ONLINE 1416 TTh 9 am–10:50 am CARSTENSEN E 2295 4.0 ONLINE ONL DESCHAMPS M LATE-START CLASS (02/21–05/20). ACCT 147 Ethics, Representation, Practice, and Procedures Administration of Justice CSU. ADVISORY: ACCT 145 or ACCT 146. ADM 100 Introduction to the Administration of Justice Online ONL HAJIHA H 3.0 ONLINE CSU; UC. ENROLLMENT LIMITATION: Not open to students with prior 2425 LATE-START CLASS (02/21–05/20). credit in ADM 100H. ACCT 148 Computer Accounting Online ONL GOMEZ R 3.0 ONLINE CSU. ADVISORY: ACCT 101. 1050 LATE-START CLASS (02/06–05/26). 3.0 ONLINE 3.0 ONLINE Online 2731 ONL MEHLHOFF D 1421 LATE-START CLASS (02/06–05/26). ONL HAJIHA H 3.0 ONLINE 1049 1409 LATE-START CLASS (02/21–05/20). 3.0 ONLINE ONL GOMEZ R ONL HAJIHA H On Campus – Oceanside Room # 3.0 OC 4809 ACCT 158 Business Mathematics 1048 MW 10:30 am–11:45 am GOMEZ R CSU. Hybrid – Oceanside Room # Online 2825 F 9 am–11:25 am NYMAN A 3.0 OC 4809 2280 ONLINE ONL VERA S 3.0 ONLINE & ONL 1410 3.0 ONLINE LATE-START CLASS (02/21–05/20). + 1 hour weekly online LATE-START CLASS (02/06–05/26). ONL VERA S ADM 200 Concepts of Criminal Law ACCT 201 Financial Accounting CSU; UC. CSU; UC. ENROLLMENT LIMITATION: Not open to students with prior credit in ACCT 201H. ADVISORY: ACCT 101. Online WOLFE W 3.0 ONLINE 2296 ONL 3.0 Online Room # 1415 ONL LOEDEL D 4.0 ONLINE On Campus – Oceanside OC 4809 2704 Honors Contracts may be available. 4.0 ONLINE 1051 W 6 pm–8:50 pm GOMEZ R 2311 4.0 ONLINE CLASS DATES (01/23–03/18). ADM 210 Criminal Procedures 1413 4.0 ONLINE CSU. 1414 ONL FUSCO J 4.0 ONLINE ONL STAFF LATE-START CLASS (02/21–05/20). Online ONL CARSTENSEN E 2730 ONL GOMEZ R 3.0 ONLINE ONL BRYANT G MiraCosta College Spring 2023 Credit Courses 760.757.2121 miracosta.edu 24


Anthropology Class # Days Time Instructor Units Room # Class # Days Time Instructor Units Room # Administration of Justice Anthropology ADM 220 Criminal Evidence ANTH 101 Biological Anthropology CSU. CSU; UC. ENROLLMENT LIMITATION: Not open to students with prior credit in ANTH 101H. Online 1052 ONL WOLFE W 3.0 ONLINE Online 1057 ADM 230 Policing in a Diverse and Multicultural Society 1058 ONL DIOKNO J 3.0 ONLINE CSU; UC. 2657 3.0 ONLINE 1060 ONL DIOKNO J 3.0 ONLINE 3.0 ONLINE 2844 ONL DIOKNO J 3.0 ONLINE Online 1061 ONL STAFF 3305 CLASS DATES (01/23–03/18). 3.0 ONLINE ONL WARFIELD M 3.0 ONLINE LATE-START CLASS (02/06–05/26). ONL STAFF LATE-START CLASS (03/27–05/20). ADM 240 Written and Oral Communication in the Administration of ONL FAUST-ROLLAN Justice LATE-START CLASS (03/27–05/20). CSU. On Campus – Oceanside Room # On Campus – Oceanside Room # 3145 MW 12 pm–1:15 pm LACY K 3.0 OC 3104 3.0 OC 4803A OC 3601 2729 Th 6 pm–8:50 pm WHITBREAD B 1056 TTh 12 pm–1:15 pm CROSSLAND-MA 3.0 ADM 260 Organized Crime, Gangs, and Terrorism Hybrid – Oceanside Room # CSU. 1055 T 6 pm–7:50 pm LACY K 3.0 OC 3205 ONLINE & ONL Online +50 minutes weekly online. 1053 ONL WHITBREAD B 3.0 ONLINE On Campus – San Elijo Room # 3.0 SAN 302 ADM 280 Criminal Investigation 1059 MW 9 am–10:15 am LACY K CSU. ANTH 101L Biological Anthropology Laboratory Hybrid – Oceanside Room # CSU; UC. PREREQUISITE: ANTH 101 or ANTH 101H. ENROLLMENT LIMITATION: Concurrent enrollment in ANTH 101 or ANTH 101H if pre- 1054 T 10:30 am–11:45 am DIAZ A 3.0 OC 4809 requisite not met. Not open to students with prior credit in ANTH 101LH. ONLINE & ONL + 1 hour and 15 minutes weekly online. Online 1064 ONL FAUST-ROLLAN 1.0 ONLINE 1063 1.0 ONLINE Honors contracts may be available. 1.0 ONLINE 2645 American College English ONL FAUST-ROLLAN Honors contracts may be available. ACE 149 Introduction to Academic Writing for Students from ONL CHAN K Multilingual Backgrounds LATE-START CLASS (03/27–05/20). CSU; UC. ENROLLMENT LIMITATION: Not open to students with prior credit in ENGL 49 or ESL 149. Hybrid – Oceanside Room # 1062 Th 6 pm–7:50 pm CHAN K 1.0 OC 3205 ONLINE Online & ONL 2549 ONL ROSTWOROWSKI 4.0 ONLINE +50 minutes weekly online. LATE-START CLASS (02/06–05/26). ANTH 102 Cultural Anthropology CSU; UC. ENROLLMENT LIMITATION: Not open to students with prior Hybrid – Oceanside Room # credit in ANTH 102H. 2407 T 9 am–10:50 am RABINOVICH E 4.0 OC 4612 & T 9 am–10:50 am ZOOM Online & ONL ONLINE 1066 ONL CHAN K 3.0 ONLINE 2648 3.0 ONLINE +2 hours and 15 minutes weekly online. Hyflex. Students can attend ONL DINCKAN G scheduled class times on-campus OR via Zoom, student choice. LATE-START CLASS (03/27–05/20). CLASS DATES (01/23–05/26). On Campus – Oceanside Room # ACE 150 Introduction to College Composition for Students from 1065 TTh 1:30 pm–2:45 pm CROSSLAND-MA 3.0 OC 3601 Multilingual Backgrounds CSU; UC. PREREQUISITE: ACE 149, ENGL 49, ESL 149, or eligibility de- ANTH 103 Introduction to Archaeology termined by the English placement process. ENROLLMENT LIMITATION: CSU; UC. Not open to students with prior credit in ESL 150. On Campus – Oceanside Room # 3.0 OC 3601 Online 1068 TTh 10:30 am–11:45 am MILLER L 1074 ONL LACKKATY S 4.0 ONLINE ANTH 107 Gender, Sex, and Sexuality LATE-START CLASS (02/06–05/26). CSU; UC. Hybrid – Oceanside Room # Online 1069 ONL 2409 T 11 am–12:50 pm LACKKATY S 4.0 OC 4612 DAWLEY W 3.0 ONLINE & T 11 am–12:50 pm ZOOM & ONL ONLINE +2 hours and 15 minutes weekly online. Students can attend scheduled class times on-campus OR via Zoom, student choice. CLASS DATES (01/23–05/26). surf.miracosta.edu OC=Oceanside Campus SAN=San Elijo Campus CLC=Community Learning Center Class Details & to Enroll 25


Anthropology CREDIT COURSE OFFERINGS Class # Days Time Instructor Units Room # Class # Days Time Instructor Units Room # Anthropology Art ANTH 190 Primate Behavior and Ecology ART 157 Art Orientation (continued) CSU; UC. ENROLLMENT LIMITATION: Not open to students with prior credit in ANTH 190H. On Campus – Oceanside Room # OC 2304 1864 MW 1:30 pm–2:45 pm STAFF 3.0 3.0 Room # On Campus – Oceanside Room # On Campus – San Elijo SAN 606 3.0 OC 3601 3146 TTh 9 am–10:15 am MILLER L 1881 TTh 10:30 am–11:45 am WHITE D Art ART 158 Traditional Arts of Africa, Oceania, and the Americas CSU; UC. ART 100 Drawing and Composition Online CLUFF L 3.0 ONLINE CSU; UC. ENROLLMENT LIMITATION: Maximum of four enrollments 2852 ONL among ART 100, ART 102, ART 200, ART 203, ART 213, and ART 263. ART 159 Pre-Columbian Art Online MW 1:30 pm–2:10 pm LO J 3.0 ZOOM CSU; UC. ENROLLMENT LIMITATION: Not open to students with prior ZOOM credit in ART 159H. 1850 3.0 ONLINE & MW 2:10 pm–4:20 pm 3.0 ONLINE Online ONL CARRUBBA J 3.0 ONLINE 2562 3.0 ONLINE 3309 2664 ONL WEST C 3.0 ONLINE 1846 Honor contracts may be available. 2762 ONL STAFF ONL GOELTZENLEUC ART 200 Drawing III CSU; UC. PREREQUISITE: ART 102. ENROLLMENT LIMITATION: Maxi- ONL LLEWELLYN C mum of four enrollments among ART 100, ART 102, ART 200, ART 203, LATE-START CLASS (02/06–05/26). ART 213, and ART 263. On Campus – Oceanside Room # 1844 MW 7:30 am–10:20 am RAMOS D 3.0 OC 2242 On Campus – Oceanside Room # 3.0 OC 2242 3.0 OC 2269 1848 TTh 10:30 am–1:20 pm EGGLETON X 1930 TTh 10:30 am–1:20 pm STAFF On Campus – San Elijo Room # ART 202 Painting I: Acrylic 3.0 SAN 205 CSU; UC. ENROLLMENT LIMITATION: Maximum of four enrollments 1854 TTh 1:30 pm–4:20 pm QUESNELL I among ART 202, ART 205, ART 212, ART 215, ART 241, and ART 242. ADVISORY: ART 100 or ART 101. ART 101 Design and Color CSU; UC. Online ONL STAFF 3.0 ONLINE On Campus – San Elijo Room # 2673 3.0 SAN 205 LATE-START CLASS (02/06–05/26). 1901 MW 3 pm–6:20 pm RAMOS D LATE-START CLASS (02/06–05/22). On Campus – Oceanside Room # ART 203 Figure Drawing I CSU; UC. ENROLLMENT LIMITATION: Maximum of four enrollments 1937 TTh 7:30 am–10:30 am EGGLETON X 3.0 OC 2272 among ART 100, ART 102, ART 200, ART 203, ART 213, and ART 263. 3.0 OC 2272 ADVISORY: ART 100. 1856 MW 7:30 am–10:20 am EGGLETON X ART 102 Drawing and Composition II Online M 10 am–11:30 am NUGENT K 3.0 ZOOM CSU; UC. PREREQUISITE: ART 100. ENROLLMENT LIMITATION: Maxi- 3282 ONLINE mum of four enrollments among ART 100, ART 102, ART 200, ART 203, & ONL ART 213, and ART 263. 1903 On Campus – Oceanside Room # +5 hours 5 minutes weekly online 3.0 OC 2269 LATE-START CLASS (02/06–05/26). 1858 TTh 10:30 am–1:20 pm STAFF F 9 am–10:30 am STAFF 3.0 ZOOM ONLINE ART 103 3D Design & ONL CSU; UC. +5 hours 5 minutes weekly online LATE-START CLASS (02/10–05/26). On Campus – Oceanside Room # OC 2101 1860 MW 10:30 am–1:20 pm BULIS R 3.0 ART 204 Painting I: Oils 3.0 Room # CSU; UC. ADVISORY: ART 100 or ART 101. On Campus – San Elijo SAN 206 1862 TTh 1 pm–2:20 pm NERI G On Campus – Oceanside Room # LATE-START CLASS (02/07–05/23). 3.0 OC 2269 1928 MW 11 am–2:20 pm MUSGRAVE A LATE-START CLASS (02/06–05/24). ART 157 Art Orientation CSU; UC. ART 205 Painting I: Watercolor CSU; UC. ENROLLMENT LIMITATION: Maximum of four enrollments Online ONL MCDERMOTT T 3.0 ONLINE among ART 202, ART 205, ART 212, ART 215, ART 241, and ART 242. 1865 3.0 ONLINE ADVISORY: ART 100 or ART 101. 1891 ONL CONTRERAS J LATE-START CLASS (02/06–05/26). 3.0 ONLINE 1946 On Campus – Oceanside Room # ONL CLUFF L 3.0 ONLINE 1866 LATE-START CLASS (02/06–05/26). 1868 F 9 am–10:25 am ADAMS D 3.0 OC 2242 3.0 ONLINE OC 2242 1939 ONL CARRUBBA J & F 10:35 am–3:25 pm CLASS DATES (01/27–05/19) LATE-START CLASS (02/21–05/20). ONL DUFFIELD K LATE-START CLASS (03/27–05/20). MiraCosta College Spring 2023 Credit Courses 760.757.2121 miracosta.edu 26


Art Class # Days Time Instructor Units Room # Class # Days Time Instructor Units Room # Art Art ART 207 Film Photography I ART 218 Printmaking II CSU; UC. CSU; UC. PREREQUISITE: ART 210. ENROLLMENT LIMITATION: Maxi- mum of four enrollments between/among ART 210, ART 218, ART 221, On Campus – Oceanside Room # ART 222, ART 262. 1870 MW 10:30 am–11:10 am PRESTON J 3.0 OC 2272 OC 2109 & MW 11:20 am–1:30 pm On Campus – Oceanside Room # 3.0 OC 2242 ART 208 Film Photography II 1915 TTh 1:30 pm–4:20 pm BOUNDIN F CSU; UC. PREREQUISITE: ART 207. ART 219 Figure Sculpture II On Campus – Oceanside Room # CSU; UC. ADVISORY: ART 217. 3.0 OC 2272 2564 F 9 am–3:25 pm HEYLIGER C On Campus – San Elijo Room # LATE-START CLASS (02/10–05/26). 2560 MW 11 am–11:45 am OLSON-RAMOS D 3.0 SAN 205 SAN 205 ART 210 Printmaking I & MW 11:45 am–2:20 pm CSU; UC. ENROLLMENT LIMITATION: Maximum of four enrollments LATE-START CLASS (02/06–05/22). between/among ART 210, ART 218, ART 221, ART 222, ART 262. ART 221 Printmaking III On Campus – Oceanside Room # CSU; UC. PREREQUISITE: ART 218. ENROLLMENT LIMITATION: Maxi- 3.0 OC 2242 mum of four enrollments between/among ART 210, ART 218, ART 221, 1913 TTh 1:30 pm–4:20 pm BOUNDIN F ART 222, ART 262. ART 212 Painting II: Acrylic On Campus – Oceanside Room # CSU; UC. PREREQUISITE: ART 202. ENROLLMENT LIMITATION: Max- 3.0 OC 2242 imum of four enrollments among ART 202, ART 205, ART 212, ART 215, 1920 TTh 1:30 pm–4:20 pm BOUNDIN F ART 241, and ART 242. ART 222 Printmaking IV On Campus – San Elijo Room # CSU; UC. PREREQUISITE: ART 221. ENROLLMENT LIMITATION: Maxi- 3.0 SAN 205 mum of four enrollments between/among ART 210, ART 218, ART 221, 1905 MW 3 pm–6:20 pm RAMOS D ART 222, ART 262. LATE-START CLASS (02/06–05/22). ART 213 Figure Drawing II On Campus – Oceanside Room # CSU; UC. PREREQUISITE: ART 203. ENROLLMENT LIMITATION: Max- 3.0 OC 2242 imum of four enrollments among ART 100, ART 102, ART 200, ART 203, 1940 TTh 1:30 pm–4:20 pm BOUNDIN F ART 213, and ART 263. ART 223 Woodworking and Furniture Design I CSU; UC. Online On Campus – Oceanside Room # 1907 F 9 am–10:30 am STAFF 3.0 ZOOM 1899 MW 6 pm–7:30 pm BEHLING E 3.0 OC 2101 ONLINE OC 2101 & ONL & MW 7:40 pm–9:15 pm LATE-START CLASS (02/06–05/24). +5 hour 5 minutes weekly online LATE-START CLASS (02/10–05/26). ART 224 Woodworking and Furniture Design II ART 214 Painting II: Oils CSU; UC. PREREQUISITE: ART 223. CSU; UC. PREREQUISITE: ART 204. On Campus – Oceanside Room # On Campus – Oceanside Room # 1909 MW 6 pm–7:30 pm BEHLING E 3.0 OC 2101 3.0 OC 2269 OC 2101 1942 MW 11 am–2:20 pm MUSGRAVE A & MW 7:40 pm–9:15 pm LATE-START CLASS (02/06–05/24). LATE-START CLASS (02/06–05/24). ART 215 Painting II: Watercolor ART 225 Ceramics I CSU; UC. PREREQUISITE: ART 205. ENROLLMENT LIMITATION: Max- CSU; UC. imum of four enrollments among ART 202, ART 205, ART 212, ART 215, ART 241, and ART 242. On Campus – Oceanside Room # OC 2104 1872 MW 10:30 am–1:20 pm HAYASHI Y 3.0 OC 2104 STAFF 3.0 On Campus – Oceanside Room # 1874 MW 6 pm–8:50 pm Room # GRAY R 3.0 SAN 206 1887 F 9 am–10:25 am ADAMS D 3.0 OC 2242 On Campus – San Elijo SAN 206 OC 2242 & F 10:35 am–3:25 pm 2505 F 9:30 am–11 am CLASS DATES (01/27–05/19) & F 11:10 am–4 pm CLASS DATES (01/27–05/19) ART 217 Figure Sculpture I CSU; UC. ART 226 Ceramics II CSU; UC. PREREQUISITE: ART 225. On Campus – San Elijo Room # 2558 MW 11 am–11:45 am OLSON-RAMOS D 3.0 SAN 205 On Campus – Oceanside Room # SAN 205 OC 2104 & MW 11:45 am–2:20 pm 1889 MW 1:30 pm–4:20 pm HAYASHI Y 3.0 LATE-START CLASS (02/06–05/22). 3.0 Room # SAN 206 On Campus – San Elijo SAN 206 2507 F 9:30 am–11 am GRAY R & F 11:10 am–4 pm CLASS DATES (01/27–05/19) surf.miracosta.edu OC=Oceanside Campus SAN=San Elijo Campus CLC=Community Learning Center Class Details & to Enroll 27


Art CREDIT COURSE OFFERINGS Class # Days Time Instructor Units Room # Class # Days Time Instructor Units Room # Art Art ART 227 Ceramics III ART 245 Digital Art and Media CSU; UC. PREREQUISITE: ART 226. CSU; UC. On Campus – Oceanside Room # Online OC 2104 1893 ONL 1932 MW 1:30 pm–4:20 pm HAYASHI Y 3.0 NERI G 3.0 ONLINE 3.0 Room # On Campus – San Elijo SAN 206 ART 251 Digital Photography SAN 206 CSU; UC. 2509 F 9:30 am–11 am GRAY R & F 11:10 am–4 pm CLASS DATES (01/27–05/19) Online 1884 ONL FERRERIA C 3.0 ONLINE ART 228 Ceramics IV CSU; UC. PREREQUISITE: Art 227. Students will need a digital camera with manually adjustable aperture, shutter speed, focus and ISO. No cell phone cameras. On Campus – Oceanside Room # On Campus – Oceanside Room # OC 2104 1926 MW 1:30 pm–4:20 pm HAYASHI Y 3.0 1876 MW 3 pm–6:20 pm GREENWALD L 3.0 OC 2272 GRAY R 3.0 Room # On Campus – San Elijo SAN 206 Students will need a digital camera with manually adjustable SAN 206 2511 F 9:30 am–11 am aperture, shutter speed, focus and ISO. No cell phone cameras. LATE-START CLASS (02/06–05/22). & F 11:10 am–4 pm CLASS DATES (01/27–05/19) ART 253 Applied Digital Photography ART 229 Woodworking and Furniture Design III CSU; UC. PREREQUISITE: ART 251. CSU; UC. PREREQUISITE: ART 224. On Campus – Oceanside Room # 3.0 OC 2272 On Campus – Oceanside Room # 1878 TTh 11 am–2:10 pm GREENWALD L LATE-START CLASS (02/07–05/23). 1922 MW 6 pm–7:30 pm BEHLING E 3.0 OC 2101 OC 2101 & MW 7:40 pm–9:15 pm ART 254 Understanding and Appreciating the Photographic Image LATE-START CLASS (02/06–05/24). CSU; UC. ART 230 Installation Art Online ONL GREENWALD L 3.0 ONLINE CSU; UC. 1936 LATE-START CLASS (02/06–05/26). On Campus – Oceanside Room # 3.0 OC 2306 3187 MW 11 am–2:20 pm NERI G ART 258 Ancient to Gothic Art LATE-START CLASS (02/06–05/24). CSU; UC. ART 239 Woodworking and Furniture Design IV Online DUFFIELD K 3.0 ONLINE CSU; UC. PREREQUISITE: ART 229. 1919 ONL On Campus – Oceanside Room # ART 259 History of Renaissance to Modern Art CSU; UC. 1924 MW 6 pm–7:30 pm BEHLING E 3.0 OC 2101 OC 2101 & MW 7:40 pm–9:15 pm Online LATE-START CLASS (02/06–05/24). 1886 ONL MULLER G 3.0 ONLINE ART 241 Painting III: Acrylic 1892 3.0 ONLINE CSU. PREREQUISITE: ART 212. ENROLLMENT LIMITATION: Maximum ONL MCDERMOTT T of four enrollments among ART 202, ART 205, ART 212, ART 215, ART LATE-START CLASS (02/06–05/26). 241, and ART 242. On Campus – Oceanside Room # 3.0 OC 2304 2544 TTh 7:30 am–8:45 am CONTRERAS J On Campus – San Elijo Room # ART 260 History of Modern Art 3.0 SAN 205 CSU; UC. ENROLLMENT LIMITATION: Not open to students with prior 1911 MW 3 pm–6:20 pm RAMOS D credit in ART 260H. LATE-START CLASS (02/06–05/22). ART 242 Painting III: Watercolor On Campus – Oceanside Room # CSU. PREREQUISITE: ART 215. ENROLLMENT LIMITATION: Maximum 3.0 OC 2304 of four enrollments among ART 202, ART 205, ART 212, ART 215, ART 1880 MW 10:30 am–11:45 am CLUFF L 241, and ART 242. Online ONL CLUFF L 3.0 ONLINE On Campus – Oceanside Room # 2675 LATE-START CLASS (02/06–05/26). 1895 F 9 am–10:25 am ADAMS D 3.0 OC 2242 Honors Contracts may be available. OC 2242 & F 10:35 am–3:25 pm CLASS DATES (01/27–05/19) ART 263 Figure Drawing III ART 244 Digital Media for the Visual Artist CSU; UC. PREREQUISITE: ART 213. ENROLLMENT LIMITATION: Maxi- CSU; UC. mum of four enrollments among ART 100, ART 102, ART 200, ART 203, ART 213, ART 263. Online WALKER B 3.0 ONLINE Online F 9 am–10:30 am STAFF 3.0 ZOOM 1882 ONL ONLINE 1934 & ONL +5 hour 5 minutes weekly online LATE-START CLASS (02/10–05/26). MiraCosta College Spring 2023 Credit Courses 760.757.2121 miracosta.edu 28


Automotive Technology Class # Days Time Instructor Units Room # Class # Days Time Instructor Units Room # Art Athletics ART 264 Painting III: Oils ATHL 103 Intercollegiate Beach Volleyball, Women CSU; UC. PREREQUISITE: ART 214. CSU; UC. ENROLLMENT LIMITATION: Audition. On Campus – Oceanside Room # Off Campus Room # 3.0 OC 2269 BEACH 1917 MW 11 am–2:20 pm MUSGRAVE A 2097 ARR JOHNSON D 1.0 LATE-START CLASS (02/06–05/24). CLASS DATES (01/15–05/15) ART 268 Film Photography III 178.5 hours arranged. CSU; UC. PREREQUISITE: ART 208. ATHL 118 Basketball Techniques On Campus – Oceanside Room # CSU; UC. 3.0 OC 2272 3285 F 9 am–3:25 pm HEYLIGER C On Campus – Oceanside Room # LATE-START CLASS (02/10–05/26). 2096 MTW 1 am–1 am 1.0 OC GYM BYRD L ART 269 Film Photography IV CLASS DATES (03/27–05/24) ROBINSON R 1.0 OC GYM CSU; UC. PREREQUISITE: ART 268. 51 hours arranged. 2097 TWTh 1 am–1 am On Campus – Oceanside Room # CLASS DATES (03/28–05/25) 3.0 OC 2272 51 hours arranged. 3287 F 9 am–3:25 pm HEYLIGER C LATE-START CLASS (02/10–05/26). ATHL 135 Soccer Competition ART 271 Museum and Gallery Exhibition CSU; UC. ENROLLMENT LIMITATION: Audition. CSU. On Campus – Oceanside Room # 1.0 OC FIELD Hybrid – Oceanside Room # 2436 TTh 1 am–1 am HALL M CLASS DATES (01/31–05/25) ZIMMERMAN F 1.0 OC FIELD 1947 M 12 pm–1:15 pm CLUFF L 3.0 OC 2304 ONLINE Meeting time arranged. & ONL 2437 MW 1 am–1 am +6 hours 5 minutes weekly online CLASS DATES (02/22–05/24) ART 290 Landmarks of Art Meeting time arranged. CSU; UC. ATHL 172 Intercollegiate Basketball, Men/Women (Advanced) On Campus – Oceanside Room # CSU; UC. ENROLLMENT LIMITATION: Audition. 3189 T 6 pm–8:50 pm HAYASHI Y 3.0 TBA On Campus – Oceanside Room # 1.5 OC GYM +51 hours to be arranged. Class meets on the following Tuesdays: 2411 ARRANGED BYRD L CLASS DATES (01/03–03/13) ROBINSON R 1.5 OC GYM 1/24, 1/31, 2/7, 3/7, 4/4 and 4/25 from 6–8:50 p.m. in OC 2104. Meeting time arranged. Additional field trip days, places, and times required to fulfill the 2412 ARRANGED CLASS DATES (01/03–03/13) other hours will be announced on the first day of class. Students Meeting time arranged. will be required to have transportation. Astronomy ASTR 101 Descriptive Astronomy Automotive Technology CSU; UC. AUTO 102 Preventive Maintenance and Engine Performance Online ONL FRENCH R 3.0 ONLINE CSU. 3.0 ONLINE 1425 ONL FRENCH R Online ONL KATSON P 4.0 ONLINE 2707 LATE-START CLASS (03/27–05/20). 1313 On Campus – Oceanside Room # Tool Kits provided for labs at home. For questions or more information contact instructor at [email protected] 1423 MW 12 pm–1:15 pm FRENCH R 3.0 OC 4526 LATE-START CLASS (02/06–05/26). FRENCH R 3.0 OC 4529 2615 M 6 pm–8:50 pm Hybrid – Oceanside Room # ASTR 101L Descriptive Astronomy Laboratory 3109 ONL KATSON P 4.0 ONLINE CSU; UC. PREREQUISITE: ASTR 101 or ASTR 201. ENROLLMENT LIM- OC 4010 ITATION: Concurrent enrollment in ASTR 101 or ASTR 201 if prerequisite & T 6 pm–8:50 pm not met. +2 hours and 50 minutes weekly online. On Campus – Oceanside Room # AUTO 105 Automotive Reconditioning and Detailing 1.0 OC 4529 CSU. 3063 W 7 pm–9:50 pm HIRANO C Hybrid – Oceanside Room # ASTR 120 Life in the Universe 1327 ONL KATSON P 4.0 ONLINE CSU; UC. OC 4010 & Th 6 pm–8:50 pm On Campus – Oceanside Room # +2 hours and 50 minutes weekly online. 3.0 OC 4526 3243 MW 1:30 pm–2:45 pm FRENCH R AUTO 110 History of the Automobile CSU; UC. Online ONL KATSON P 3.0 ONLINE 3111 surf.miracosta.edu OC=Oceanside Campus SAN=San Elijo Campus CLC=Community Learning Center Class Details & to Enroll 29


Automotive Technology CREDIT COURSE OFFERINGS Class # Days Time Instructor Units Room # Class # Days Time Instructor Units Room # Automotive Technology Biological Sciences AUTO 125 CA Smog Technician Engine and Emission Control—Level 1 BIO 102 Introductory Biology: Ecology and Environmental Biology CSU. CSU; UC. ADVISORY: ENGL 50, ACE 150,ESL 150, or eligibility determined by the English placement process. Hybrid – Oceanside Room # 3112 TTh 6 pm–9:50 pm GENACK C 4.0 OC 4016 Hybrid – San Elijo Room # ONLINE & ONL 1285 ONL WEST J 4.0 ONLINE CLASS DATES (01/23–04/08) & M 10:30 am–1:20 pm SAN 409 +1 hour and 5 minutes weekly online. +3 hours 20 minutes weekly online. The lab portion of this class AUTO 130 Basic Engine Performance includes some local field trips, which will occur during the scheduled CSU. lab period. Students will be responsible for arranging transportation to/from field trip venues. On Campus – Oceanside Room # Hybrid – Oceanside Room # 2.0 OC 4001 2398 MW 12 pm–3:10 pm VAIL S 1308 ONL WEST J 4.0 ONLINE CLASS DATES (01/23–03/15) VAIL S 2.0 OC 4001 & W 9 am–11:50 am OC 4901 3114 MW 12 pm–3:10 pm CLASS DATES (03/27–05/24) +2 hours 50 minutes weekly online. The lab portion of this class includes some local field trips, which will occur during the scheduled AUTO 135 Auto Electronic Fundamentals lab period. Students will be responsible for arranging transportation CSU. to/from field trip venues. On Campus – Oceanside Room # Online WEST J 4.0 ONLINE 1230 ONL 1315 MW 10:30 am–1:20 pm WILLIAMS A 4.0 OC 4010 RICHER J 4.0 OC 4001 BIO 103 Introductory Biology: Animal Diversity 3129 TTh 6 pm–9:50 pm CSU; UC. ENROLLMENT LIMITATION: Not open to students with prior credit in BIO 202. AUTO 140 Automotive Engine Technology CSU. Online 1312 ONL On Campus – Oceanside Room # WEST J 3.0 ONLINE 4.0 OC 4001 1317 MW 6 pm–8:50 pm SMITH J BIO 105 Introductory Biology: Biotechnology in Society CSU; UC. ADVISORY: ACE 150, ENGL 50, ESL 150, or eligibility determined AUTO 141 Automotive Engine Performance and Drivability by the English placement process. CSU. On Campus – Oceanside Room # Online OC 4001 1319 MW 7:30 am–10:20 am WILLIAMS A 4.0 2302 ONL PENTEK J 3.0 ONLINE 1258 3.0 ONLINE AUTO 156 Automatic Transmissions and Transaxles 2861 ONL DORNER M 3.0 ONLINE CSU. ONL MORGADO P LATE-START CLASS (03/27–05/20). On Campus – Oceanside Room # BIO 107 Introductory Biology: Marine Biology OC 4001 CSU; UC. 1321 TTh 7:30 am–10:20 am GENACK C 4.0 AUTO 160 Automotive Suspension, Steering, and Alignment Hybrid – Oceanside Room # CSU. 1250 ONL SEPULVEDA J 4.0 ONLINE OC 4522 On Campus – Oceanside Room # & T 9 am–11:50 am 4.0 OC 4010 1329 MW 6 pm–8:50 pm WILLIAMS A +2 hours 50 minutes weekly online. AUTO 161 Automotive Brake Service and Repair Online SEPULVEDA J 4.0 ONLINE CSU. 1232 ONL On Campus – Oceanside Room # BIO 108 Introductory Biology: Ecology of the Oceans 4.0 OC 4010 CSU; UC. 1323 TTh 7:30 am–10:20 am VAIL S AUTO 200 Automotive Electric and Hybrid Vehicles Online ONL SEPULVEDA J 3.0 ONLINE CSU. ADVISORY: AUTO 102 or AUTO 130. ONL SEPULVEDA J 3.0 ONLINE 1269 1307 On Campus – Oceanside Room # BIO 110 Introductory Biology: Preparation for Pre-Health Professions OC 4010 (Lecture/Lab) 1325 MW 7:30 am–9:50 am VAIL S 4.0 CSU; UC. PREREQUISITE: ACE 150, ENGL 50, or ESL 150; MATH 28 or MATH 30; or eligibility determined by the English or math placement AUTO 225 Smog Check Training Inspection Procedures—Level 2 process. ENROLLMENT LIMITATION: Not open to students with prior CSU. credit in BIO 111 and BIO 111L. Hybrid – Oceanside Room # 3139 M 6 pm–7:30 pm GENACK C 2.0 OC 4016 Hybrid – Oceanside Room # OC 4016 & TTh 7:30 pm–9:05 pm 1276 ONL GEKAKIS N 4.0 ONLINE ONLINE OC 4903 & ONL & T 6 pm–8:50 pm CLASS DATES (04/10–05/20) +2 hours 50 minutes weekly online. +50 minutes weekly online. Hybrid – San Elijo Room # 1282 ONL LINDGREN J 4.0 ONLINE SAN 409 & F 10:30 am–1:20 pm +3 hours 20 minutes weekly online MiraCosta College Spring 2023 Credit Courses 760.757.2121 miracosta.edu 30


Biological Sciences Class # Days Time Instructor Units Room # Class # Days Time Instructor Units Room # Biological Sciences Biological Sciences BIO 110 Introductory Biology: Preparation for Pre-Health Professions BIO 202 Foundations of Biology: Evolution, Biodiversity, and (Lecture/Lab) (continued) Organismal Biology (continued) Online ONL LEE M 4.0 ONLINE Online MW 4:30 pm–5:45 pm IHARA J 4.0 ZOOM 1287 4.0 ONLINE ZOOM 1289 ONL DICKISON M 4.0 ONLINE 1303 & W 6 pm–7:15 pm ONLINE 1293 ONL IHARA J 4.0 ZOOM & ONL 1270 & M 12 pm–1:15 pm ONLINE +1 hour 15 minutes weekly online +3 hours 20 minutes weekly online On Campus – San Elijo Room # ONL HULL S 1234 TTh 9 am–10:20 am STAFF 4.0 SAN 409 SAN 409 Hybrid – Oceanside Room # & T 10:30 am–1:20 pm 1272 ONL HULL S 4.0 ONLINE BIO 204 Foundations of Biology: Biochemistry, Cell Biology, OC 4903 Genetics, and Molecular Biology & W 9 am–11:50 am CSU; UC. PREREQUISITE: CHEM 150 or CHEM 150H. ENROLLMENT LIMITATION: Not open to students with prior credit in BIO 204H. +2 hours 50 minutes weekly online. Online LARUE R 4.0 ONLINE On Campus – Oceanside Room # 1274 ONL OC 4901 On Campus – Oceanside Room # 1236 TTh 9 am–10:15 am BAILEY S 4.0 OC 4901 1295 MW 12 pm–1:15 pm STAFF 4.0 OC 3606 & TTh 10:30 am–11:50 am PAGE B 4.0 OC 4903 & W 1:30 pm–4:20 pm OC 3606 On Campus – San Elijo Room # OC 4903 1301 TTh 4:30 pm–5:45 pm 1310 MW 9 am–10:15 am STAFF 4.0 SAN 404 SAN 404 & Th 6 pm–8:50 pm & MW 10:30 am–11:50 am BIO 111 Introductory Biology: Preparation for Pre-Health Professions BIO 210 Human Anatomy (Lecture) CSU; UC. PREREQUISITE: BIO 110, BIO 111, or a minimum 3-unit course CSU; UC. PREREQUISITES: ACE 150, ENGL 50, or ESL 150; MATH 28 in biology that presents principles of cellular life in its curriculum. ENROLL- or MATH 30; or eligibility determined by the English or math placement MENT LIMITATION: Not open to students with prior credit in BIO 210H. process. ENROLLMENT LIMITATION: Not open to students with prior credit in BIO 110 ADVISORY: BIO 111L. Hybrid – Oceanside Room # Online 1299 ONL WALKER T 4.0 ONLINE 1227 ONL OC 4523 LEE M 3.0 ONLINE & TTh 9 am–11:50 am On Campus – Oceanside Room # +1 hour 50 minutes weekly online. 1229 TTh 9 am–10:15 am STAFF 3.0 OC 3606 Honors contract available. PAGE B 3.0 OC 3606 1228 S 9 am–12:15 pm 1244 ONL TIFFANY B 4.0 ONLINE OC 4523 CLASS DATES (01/28–05/20) & MW 9 am–11:50 am +1 hour 50 minutes weekly online BIO 111L Introductory Biology: Preparation for Pre-Health Professions Online ONL CLARK R 4.0 ONLINE (Lab) 4.0 ZOOM CSU; UC. PREREQUISITE: BIO 111, and MATH 28 or MATH 30, or eligibility 1242 M 12 pm–1:50 pm WALKER T ZOOM determined by the math placement process. ENROLLMENT LIMITATION: 1254 Concurrent enrollment in BIO 111 if prerequisite not met. Not open to & W 12 pm–1:50 pm ONLINE students with prior credit in BIO 110. & ONL +4 hours 5 minutes weekly online On Campus – Oceanside Room # On Campus – Oceanside Room # 1.0 OC 4903 1284 T 10:30 am–1:20 pm HULL S 1259 MW 12 pm–12:50 pm STAFF 4.0 OC 4016 STRAUSS J 4.0 OC 4523 BIO 190 Survey of Human Musculoskeletal System & MW 1 pm–3:50 pm OC 4523 CSU. ENROLLMENT LIMITATION: Not open to students with prior credit OC 4523 in BIO 210 or BIO 210H. 1278 TTh 5 pm–5:50 pm & TTh 6 pm–8:50 pm On Campus – San Elijo Room # On Campus – Oceanside Room # 2631 TTh 8 am–8:50 am JONES C 4.0 SAN 404 1.0 OC 4901 4.0 SAN 404 3174 Th 7 pm–8:50 pm THOMFORD J & TTh 9 am–11:50 am 4.0 SAN 404 CLASS DATES (02/16–04/13) SAN 404 1265 FS 8:30 am–9:20 am GATES K SAN 404 SAN 404 BIO 202 Foundations of Biology: Evolution, Biodiversity, and & FS 9:30 am–12:20 pm Organismal Biology CSU; UC. PREREQUISITES: MATH 64, MATH 64S, or eligibility determined 1240 TTh 5 pm–5:50 pm OSBORNE P by the math placement process. ADVISORY: BIO 102 or any college-level biology course with an organismal or populational focus (e.g., BIO 103, BIO & TTh 6 pm–8:50 pm 104, BIO 106, BIO 107, BIO 109, BIO 110, BIO 204, BIO 220, or BIO 230). Honors contracts may be available. On Campus – Oceanside Room # BIO 220 Human Physiology CSU; UC. PREREQUISITE: BIO 110, BIO 111, BIO 204, BIO 204H, BIO OC 3606 210, or BIO 210H. ADVISORY: CHEM 115, CHEM 112, or CHEM 115H. OC 4901 3175 MW 7:30 am–8:45 am STAFF 4.0 OC 3606 Online IHARA J 4.0 OC 4901 & M 9 am–11:50 am 1280 ONL CLARK R 4.0 ONLINE 2642 ONL CLARK R 4.0 ONLINE 1238 TTh 12 pm–1:15 pm & T 1:30 pm–4:20 pm surf.miracosta.edu OC=Oceanside Campus SAN=San Elijo Campus CLC=Community Learning Center Class Details & to Enroll 31


Biological Sciences CREDIT COURSE OFFERINGS Class # Days Time Instructor Units Room # Class # Days Time Instructor Units Room # Biological Sciences Biotechnology BIO 220 Human Physiology (continued) BTEC 120 Business and Regulatory Practices in Biotechnology CSU. Hybrid – Oceanside Room # 2471 ONL RICCITELLI M 4.0 ONLINE Online OC 4522 1397 & F 9 am–11:50 am ONL MAROVICH L 3.0 ONLINE LATE-START CLASS (03/27–05/20). +3 hours 10 minutes weekly online 1248 ONL THOMFORD J 4.0 ONLINE BTEC 180 Biostatistics OC 4522 CSU; UC. PREREQUISITE: MATH 28, MATH 30 or eligibility determined & Th 1:30 pm–4:20 pm by the math placement process. ENROLLMENT LIMITATION: Not open to students with prior credit in BTEC 180H ADVISORY: BIO 110, BIO +2 hours 50 minutes weekly online 111, BIO 105, BIO 202, BIO 204, BIO 204H, BTEC 108, or BTEC 108H. On Campus – Oceanside Room # OC 3606 1297 MW 9 am–10:15 am PENTEK J 4.0 OC 4522 4.0 & W 10:30 am–1:20 pm Room # ONLINE Hybrid – San Elijo SAN 404 Online ONL INGATO D 4.0 ONLINE 4.0 ONLINE 1256 ONL ADELMAN MITC 1398 ONL GEBARA-LAMB 2483 & W 7 pm–9:50 pm LATE-START CLASS (02/06–05/26). +2 hours 50 minutes weekly online On Campus – San Elijo Room # BTEC 201 Advanced Cell Culture CSU; UC. PREREQUISITE: BTEC 110 or BTEC 110H. 1261 MW 1:30 pm–2:45 pm STAFF 4.0 SAN 404 SAN 404 & W 3:05 pm–5:55 pm Hybrid – Oceanside Room # BIO 230 Introduction to Microbiology 2735 M 6 pm–6:50 pm TOTO P 1.0 OC 4050 CSU; UC. PREREQUISITE: BIO 220, CHEM 115, CHEM 115H, CHEM OC 4050 112, CHEM 140, CHEM 150, or CHEM 150H. & M 7 pm–9:30 pm ONLINE & ONL +20 minutes weekly online LATE-START CLASS (03/27–05/20). Hybrid – Oceanside Room # 1252 ONL MORGADO P 5.0 ONLINE BTEC 207 Techniques in Immunochemistry and ELISA OC 4514 CSU. PREREQUISITE: BTEC 110 or BTEC 110H. & TTh 9 am–11:50 am +2 hours 50 minutes weekly online 1291 ONL KULKARNI H 5.0 ONLINE Hybrid – Oceanside Room # OC 4514 & MW 4:30 pm–7:20 pm 3179 M 1 pm–1:50 pm JUNCOSA B 1.0 OC 4050 OC 4050 +2 hours 50 minutes weekly online & M 2 pm–4:20 pm ONLINE 1305 ONL MORGADO P 5.0 ONLINE & ONL OC 4514 & TTh 12:30 pm–3:20 pm CLASS DATES (02/06–03/18) +2 hours 50 minutes weekly online +1 hour 10 minutes weekly online On Campus – Oceanside Room # BTEC 210 Data Analysis with Excel CSU. ADVISORY: CSIT 101. 1263 MW 7:30 am–8:45 am TAMRAKAR S 5.0 OC 3608 KULKARNI H 5.0 OC 4514 & MW 9 am–11:50 am KLINGBEIL C 5.0 OC 4529 OC 4514 1246 MW 10:30 am–11:45 am OC 3608 Online OC 4514 1402 & MW 12:30 pm–3:20 pm ONL GEBARA-LAMB 1.0 ONLINE 3177 TTh 5 pm–6:15 pm CLASS DATES (01/23–03/18). & TTh 6:30 pm–9:20 pm Biotechnology BTEC 211 Technical Writing for Regulated Environments CSU. ADVISORY: BTEC 110 and ACE 150, ENGL 50, ESL 150, or eligibility determined by the English placement process. BTEC 107 Exploring Biotechnology: Emerging Trends, Careers, and Online ONL MAROVICH L 1.0 ONLINE the Local Industry 1404 LATE-START CLASS (03/27–05/20). CSU. BTEC 221 Bioprocessing: Cell Culture and Scale-up Online CSU. PREREQUISITE: BTEC 110 or BTEC 110H. ADVISORY: BTEC 120. 2473 ONL JUNCOSA B 3.0 ONLINE Hybrid – Oceanside Room # CLASS DATES (01/23–03/18). 1400 W 6 pm–7:20 pm WONG K 1.5 OC 4050 OC 4050 BTEC 110 Basic Techniques in Biotechnology & W 7:30 pm–9:40 pm CSU; UC. PREREQUISITES: BIO 105, BIO 204, BIO 204H, BTEC 108, or ONLINE BTEC 108H. ENROLLMENT LIMITATION: Concurrent enrollment in BIO & ONL 105, BIO 204, BIO 204H, BTEC 108, or BTEC 108H if prerequisite not met and not open to students with prior credit in BTEC 110H ADVISORY: +2 hours 10 minutes weekly online. MATH 64, MATH 64S and ENGL 100, or ENGL 100H. CLASS DATES (01/23–03/18). BTEC 222 Bioprocessing: Large Scale Purification CSU. PREREQUISITE: BTEC 110 or BTEC 110H. ADVISORY: BTEC 120. Hybrid – Oceanside Room # Hybrid – Oceanside Room # 1393 ONL HOLLAND A 5.0 ONLINE 2478 W 6 pm–7:20 pm WONG K 1.5 OC 4050 OC 4050 & TTh 9 am–11:50 am OC 4050 & W 7:30 pm–9:40 pm ONLINE +2 hours 50 minutes weekly online & ONL 1395 ONL JUNCOSA B 5.0 ONLINE +2 hours 10 minutes weekly online & Th 6 pm–9:30 pm OC 4050 LATE-START CLASS (03/27–05/20). +5 hours 50 minutes weekly online. Students will come to campus on select Thursday nights and perform additional lab activites at home. Instructor to provide on-campus dates. MiraCosta College Spring 2023 Credit Courses 760.757.2121 miracosta.edu 32


Business Administration Class # Days Time Instructor Units Room # Class # Days Time Instructor Units Room # Biotechnology Business Administration BTEC 231 Gene Editing Techniques: CRISPR-Cas9 BUS 117 Human Resources Management CSU. PREREQUISITE: BTEC 110 or BTEC 110H. CSU. Hybrid – Oceanside Room # Online 2431 ONL 3181 M 6 pm–6:50 pm TOTO P 1.0 OC 4050 KASSEGN A 3.0 ONLINE OC 4050 & M 7 pm–9:20 pm BUS 120 Introduction to Business ONLINE CSU; UC. ENROLLMENT LIMITATION: Not open to students with prior & ONL credit in BUS 120H. CLASS DATES (02/06–03/18) +1 hour 10 minutes weekly online BTEC 320 Design of Experiments for Biomanufacturing Online ONL ZAVODNY A 3.0 ONLINE PREREQUISITES: BTEC 110 or BTEC 110H and BTEC 180 or BTEC 180H. 2718 3.0 ONLINE ENROLLMENT LIMITATION: Only open to students enrolled in the 1193 ONL SANKARANARAY 3.0 ONLINE bachelor’s degree program in biomanufacturing at MiraCosta College. 1194 ONL SANKARANARAY 3.0 ONLINE 1221 CLASS DATES (01/23–03/18). Hybrid – Oceanside Room # ONL SANKARANARAY LATE-START CLASS (03/27–05/20). 2474 ONL INGATO D 4.0 ONLINE OC 4050 & W 9 am–11:50 am On Campus – Oceanside Room # +2 hours 50 minutes weekly online 1192 MW 10:30 am–11:45 am SANKARANARAY 3.0 OC 4802 BTEC 330 Advanced Topics in Quality Assurance and Regulatory BUS 130 Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management Affairs CSU. PREREQUISITES: BTEC 120. ENROLLMENT LIMITATION: Only open to students enrolled in the bachelor’s degree program in biomanufacturing Online ONL NIEMANN L 3.0 ONLINE at MiraCosta College. 1195 3.0 ONLINE 1222 ONL SHARP C Online CLASS DATES (01/23–03/18). 3.0 ONLINE 1028 TTh 9 am–10:50 am HUNT K 4.0 ZOOM 1196 ONL SHARP C LATE-START CLASS (03/27–05/20). BTEC 400 Bioprocess Monitoring and Control PREREQUISITE: BTEC 310. ENROLLMENT LIMITATION: Open only to BUS 131 Management Principles students enrolled in the bachelor’s degree program in biomanufacturing CSU. at MiraCosta College. Online On Campus – Oceanside Room # 1197 ONL TACCONE A 3.0 ONLINE 2476 M 9 am–11:50 am PEREZ W 4.0 OC 4050 OC 7051 & W 9 am–11:50 am BUS 132 Marketing CSU. BTEC 460 Capstone Seminar in Biomanufacturing Technologies PREREQUISITES: BTEC 310. ENROLLMENT LIMITATION: Only open to Online SCHARFF N 3.0 ONLINE students enrolled in the bachelor’s degree program in biomanufacturing 1199 ONL 3.0 at MiraCosta College. Room # Hybrid – Oceanside OC 3102 Online 1198 Th 10:30 am–11:45 am SCHARFF N ONLINE 1029 T 9 am–11:50 am PEREZ W 3.0 ZOOM & ONL BTEC 470 Capstone Seminar in Biomanufacturing Quality +1 hour and 15 minutes weekly online. PREREQUISITES: BTEC 330. ENROLLMENT LIMITATION: Only open to students enrolled in the bachelor’s degree program in biomanufacturing BUS 133 Project Management at MiraCosta College. CSU. On Campus – Oceanside Room # 3.0 OC 4530 Online 1200 TTh 12 pm–1:15 pm CLARKE P 1030 Th 9 am–11:50 am PEREZ W 3.0 ZOOM BUS 134 Retail Management CSU. Black Studies Online ONL DARLINGTON C 3.0 ONLINE 2600 LATE-START CLASS (02/21–05/20). BLST 240 Introduction to Black Studies BUS 135 Personal Selling CSU; UC. ENROLLMENT LIMITATION: Not open to students with prior CSU. credit in SOC 240. Online ONL WILLIAMS E 3.0 ONLINE Online ONL SMITH S 3.0 ONLINE 3246 LATE-START CLASS (03/27–05/20). 1201 LATE-START CLASS (03/27–05/20). surf.miracosta.edu OC=Oceanside Campus SAN=San Elijo Campus CLC=Community Learning Center Class Details & to Enroll 33


Business Administration CREDIT COURSE OFFERINGS Class # Days Time Instructor Units Room # Class # Days Time Instructor Units Room # Business Administration Business Administration BUS 136 Human Relations in Business BUS 154 Funding the Entrepreneurial Venture CSU. CSU. Online ONL DARLINGTON C 3.0 ONLINE Online ONL NIEMANN L 1.0 ONLINE ONL DARLINGTON C 3.0 ONLINE 1226 CLASS DATES (04/24–05/20) 1202 1203 BUS 140 Legal Environment of Business BUS 155 Business Plan Development CSU; UC. ENROLLMENT LIMITATION: Not open to students with prior CSU. credit in BUS 140H. Online Online 1224 ONL LAMBETH A 2.0 ONLINE 1206 LATE-START CLASS (03/27–05/20). 1207 ONL BURNS L 3.0 ONLINE 1208 3.0 ONLINE ONL BURNS L 3.0 ONLINE BUS 160 International Business 2828 CSU. ONL SHARP C 2260 Honors contracts may be available. CLASS DATES (01/23–03/18). Online ONL SHARP C 3.0 ONLINE 1211 ONL BAKER J 3.0 ONLINE LATE-START CLASS (03/27–05/20). 3.0 ONLINE ONL SHARP C BUS 204 Business Statistics CSU; UC. PREREQUISITES: MATH 28, MATH 30, or eligibility determined Honors contracts may be available. by the math placement process. ENROLLMENT LIMITATION: Not open LATE-START CLASS (03/27–05/20). to students with prior credit in BUS 204H. On Campus – Oceanside Room # 3.0 OC 3609 1204 TTh 12 pm–1:15 pm SHARP C Online Honors Contracts may be available. 1216 ONL WHITE M 3.0 ONLINE 1215 YOUNG C 3.0 ONLINE Hybrid – San Elijo Room # 2276 ONL WHITE M 3.0 ONLINE 1205 MW 9 am–10:15 am BURNS L 3.0 SAN 303 ONL ONLINE CLASS DATES (01/23–03/18). & ONL +3 hours and 25 minutes weekly online. On Campus – Oceanside Room # CLASS DATES (01/23–03/18). 3.0 OC 4803B 1213 TTh 9 am–10:15 am NGO A BUS 144 Budgeting Basics Hybrid – Oceanside Room # CSU. 1212 Th 7:30 am–8:45 am LINDSTROM Z 3.0 OC 4803A Online & ONL ONLINE 2261 ONL CARSTENSEN E 1.0 ONLINE +1 hour 15 minutes weekly online. CLASS DATES (03/27–04/22) 1214 W 12 pm–1:15 pm SANKARANARAY 3.0 OC 4803A & ONL ONLINE BUS 147 Personal Finance +1 hour 15 minutes weekly online. Honors contracts may be available. CSU. PREREQUISITE: MATH 30 or eligibility determined by the math placement process. Hybrid – San Elijo Room # 2708 T 10:30 am–11:45 am STRUTTMANN M 3.0 SAN 112 ONLINE Online & ONL 1209 ONL YOUNG C 3.0 ONLINE +1 hour 15 minutes weekly online. 2298 3.0 ONLINE ONL HERRERA L BUS 205 Manufacturing and Service Operations LATE-START CLASS (03/27–05/20). CSU. Hybrid – Oceanside Room # Hybrid – Oceanside Room # 1210 M 1:30 pm–2:45 pm STRUTTMANN M 3.0 OC 4803A 3065 W 9 am–10:15 am STRUTTMANN M 3.0 OC 4802 ONLINE ONLINE & ONL & ONL +1 hour 15 minutes weekly online. +1 hour 15 minutes weekly online. BUS 152 Business Idea Generation and Feasibility Analysis BUS 289 Career Mentoring CSU. CSU. Online ONL LAMBETH A 2.0 ONLINE Hybrid – Oceanside Room # 2781 CLASS DATES (01/23–03/18). 1223 ONL NGO A 1.0 ONLINE & SHARP C BUS 153 Business Startup Fundamentals & ARRANGED OC 4802 CSU. Class will meet on-campus Feb. 3, Mar. 3, Apr. 7, May 5 in OC 4802 from 9 am–10:30 am. Online ONL BURNS L 1.0 ONLINE 1225 CLASS DATES (02/21–03/18) MiraCosta College Spring 2023 Credit Courses 760.757.2121 miracosta.edu 34


Chemistry Class # Days Time Instructor Units Room # Class # Days Time Instructor Units Room # Business Administration Chemistry BUS 290 Business Communication CHEM 112 Introductory General, Organic, and Biological Chemistry: CSU. PREREQUISITE: ENGL 100 or ENGL 100H ENROLLMENT LIMITA- For Allied Health Majors TION: Not open to students with prior credit in BUS 290H. CSU; UC. ENROLLMENT LIMITATION: Not open to students with prior credit in CHEM 116. Online 1219 ONL SCHARFF N 3.0 ONLINE Online CLASS DATES (01/23–03/18). 3.0 ONLINE 1578 ONL 2719 3.0 ONLINE HUANG W 5.0 ONLINE 1220 ONL SCHARFF N On Campus – Oceanside Room # LATE-START CLASS (03/27–05/20). 1576 TTh 9 am–11:50 am GOUETH P 5.0 OC 4505 ONL JANOVICK I OC 3608 & TTh 12 pm–1:15 pm On Campus – Oceanside Room # On Campus – San Elijo Room # 3.0 OC 4804 1218 MW 10:30 am–11:45 am SCHARFF N 1572 TTh 1:30 pm–2:45 pm SELCHAU L 5.0 SAN 609 SAN 1002 Hybrid – San Elijo Room # & TTh 3 pm–5:50 pm SAN 1002 1217 T 7:30 am–8:45 am LOVEJOY N 3.0 SAN 101 1574 MW 12 pm–2:50 pm FISHER K 5.0 SAN 609 & ONL ONLINE & MW 3 pm–4:15 pm +1 hour 15 minutes weekly online. Honors contracts may be available. CHEM 115 Introductory General Chemistry: For Allied Health Majors CSU; UC. ENROLLMENT LIMITATION: Not open to students with prior Career and Life Planning credit in CHEM 115H, CHEM 140, CHEM 150, or CHEM 150H. ADVISO- RY: MATH 30. CRLP 101 Introduction to Career Planning Hybrid – San Elijo Room # CSU. 1582 ONL ASSADERAGHI 4.0 ONLINE SAN 1001 & F 8 am–10:50 am Hybrid – Oceanside Room # +2 hours and 50 minutes weekly online. 2555 MW 12 pm–12:50 pm MATHIS S 1.0 OC 3101 Online 2690 & MW 12 pm–12:50 pm ZOOM ONL MCCORKLE K 4.0 ONLINE CLASS DATES (03/27–05/26) Honors contracts may be available. Hyflex. Reserved for students in the Transitions program, please contact [email protected] to register. On Campus – Oceanside Room # Online 1580 TTh 12 pm–2:50 pm BUYANIN A 4.0 OC 4501 1105 OC 3608 ONL MATHIS S 1.0 ONLINE & Th 3 pm–4:15 pm 1104 CLASS DATES (01/23–03/17) CHEM 116 Introductory Organic and Biological Chemistry: For Allied Health Majors ONL DUARTE K 1.0 ONLINE CSU; UC. PREREQUISITES: CHEM 115, CHEM 115H, or CHEM 140. CLASS DATES (03/27–05/20) ENROLLMENT LIMITATION: Not open to students with prior credit in Designated for the UPRISE program (Undocumented and Mixed CHEM 210, or CHEM 210H. Status students). Contact [email protected] for more information. On Campus – San Elijo Room # Instructor Consent Required. 1584 TTh 10:30 am–11:45 am LOOMIS P 4.0 SAN 609 SAN 1001 On Campus – Oceanside Room # & T 12 pm–2:50 pm 1.0 OC 4801 1103 TTh 1 pm–1:50 pm TIRONA T CLASS DATES (01/23–03/17) CHEM 140 Preparation for General Chemistry: For Science Majors Chemistry CSU; UC. PREREQUISITES: MATH 64 or MATH 64S, or eligibility deter- mined by the math placement process. ENROLLMENT LIMITATION: Concurrent enrollment in MATH 64, MATH 64S if prerequisite not met. Not open to students with prior credit in CHEM 150 or CHEM 150H. CHEM 103 Chemistry and Society: For Non-Science Majors Online ONL MCCORKLE K 4.0 ONLINE CSU; UC. 1590 & W 9 am–11:50 am ZOOM Online 1569 ONL BOLANOS T 3.0 ONLINE 1586 +2 hours and 50 minutes weekly online. Local campus pick up and return of equipment required. On Campus – Oceanside Room # ONL MCCORKLE K 4.0 ONLINE 3.0 OC 3609 1570 MW 12 pm–1:15 pm BOLANOS T Devices with audio and/or video capabilities required for some specific class learning and/or assessment activities. Local campus CHEM 103L Chemistry and Society: For Non-Science Majors (Lab) pick up & return of equipment required. CSU; UC. PREREQUISITE: CHEM 103. ENROLLMENT LIMITATION: Concurrent enrollment in CHEM 103 if prerequisite not met. Hybrid – Oceanside Room # 1592 ONL MCCORKLE K 4.0 ONLINE OC 4501 On Campus – Oceanside Room # & M 9 am–11:50 am 1.0 OC 4501 1571 W 9 am–11:50 am BOLANOS T +2 hours and 50 minutes weekly online. 2832 MW 1:30 pm–2:45 pm FRYSZMAN O 4.0 OC 3609 OC 4501 & MW 3 pm–5:50 pm ONLINE & ONL CLASS DATES (03/27–05/17) +3 hours and 35 minutes weekly online. surf.miracosta.edu OC=Oceanside Campus SAN=San Elijo Campus CLC=Community Learning Center Class Details & to Enroll 35


Chemistry CREDIT COURSE OFFERINGS Class # Days Time Instructor Units Room # Class # Days Time Instructor Units Room # Chemistry Chemistry CHEM 140 Preparation for General Chemistry: For Science Majors CHEM 210 Organic Chemistry I: For Science Majors (continued) (continued) On Campus – San Elijo Room # On Campus – Oceanside Room # 1622 TTh 9 am–11:50 am TRZOSS L 5.0 SAN 1001 SAN 609 1588 TTh 12 pm–2:50 pm BOLANOS T 4.0 OC 4501 & TTh 12 pm–1:15 pm OC 3609 & T 3 pm–4:15 pm Honors contracts may be available. On Campus – San Elijo Room # CHEM 211 Organic Chemistry II: For Science Majors CSU; UC. PREREQUISITE: CHEM 210 or CHEM 210H. ENROLLMENT 1594 TTh 10:30 am–11:45 am STAFF 4.0 SAN 405 LIMITATION: Not open to students with prior credit in CHEM 211H. SAN 1002 & Th 12 pm–2:50 pm Online Hybrid – Oceanside Room # CHEM 150 General Chemistry I: For Science Majors 1624 ONL NGUYEN T 5.0 ONLINE CSU; UC. PREREQUISITE: CHEM 140, 1 yr high school chem, or qualifi- OC 4505 cation via placement exam; MATH 64, MATH 64S or eligibility determined & MW 3 pm–5:50 pm by the math placement process. ENROLLMENT LIMITATION: Not open to students with prior credit in CHEM 150H ADVISORY: CHEM 140. +2 hours and 50 minutes weekly online. On Campus – San Elijo Room # 1626 MW 9 am–11:50 am TRZOSS L 5.0 SAN 1001 SAN 609 Hybrid – San Elijo Room # & MW 12 pm–1:15 pm 1604 ONL JOHNSON C 5.0 ONLINE Honors contracts may be available. & TTh 9 am–11:50 am SAN 1002 +2 hours and 50 minutes weekly online. Devices with audio and/or video capabilities required for some Chicano/Chicana Studies specific class learning and/or assessment activities. On Campus – Oceanside Room # CCS 232 Critical Issues in Chicana and Latina Studies CSU; UC. ENROLLMENT LIMITATION: Not open to students with prior 1598 TTh 10:30 am–11:45 am ABBAS R 5.0 OC 3608 credit in SOC 232. GOUETH P 5.0 OC 4505 & TTh 12 pm–2:50 pm STAFF 5.0 OC 4505 PICKHAM K 5.0 OC 3608 1602 MW 9 am–11:50 am OC 3609 Online OC 4501 & MW 12 pm–1:15 pm OC 3609 3164 M 9 am–10:15 am LOPEZ A 3.0 ZOOM OC 4501 ONLINE 1596 TTh 1:30 pm–2:45 pm & ONL & TTh 3 pm–5:50 pm LATE-START CLASS (03/27–05/20). 1600 MW 5:30 pm–6:45 pm & MW 7 pm–9:50 pm Hybrid – Oceanside Room # On Campus – San Elijo Room # 2636 T 9 am–10:15 am LOPEZ A 3.0 OC 3101 ONLINE 1608 MW 10:30 am–11:45 am MCMAHON S 5.0 SAN 609 & ONL BRADNER S 5.0 SAN 1001 & MW 12 pm–2:50 pm +1 hour and 15 minutes weekly online. SAN 609 1606 MW 1:30 pm–2:45 pm SAN 1001 & MW 3 pm–5:50 pm CHEM 151 General Chemistry II: For Science Majors Child Development CSU; UC. PREREQUISITE: CHEM 150 or CHEM 150H. ENROLLMENT LIMITATION: Not open to students with prior credit in CHEM 151H. CHLD 105 Introduction to Teaching Young Children CSU. Hybrid – San Elijo Room # Online 1618 ONL ROBERTS A 5.0 ONLINE 1386 ONL PACIOREK L 3.0 ONLINE SAN 1001 3.0 & TTh 3 pm–5:50 pm 1385 LATE-START CLASS (03/27–05/20). 3.0 ONLINE Room # +2 hours and 50 minutes weekly online. ONL DAVIS A OC 8001 On Campus – Oceanside Room # On Campus – Oceanside 1616 FS 8 am–9:15 am ABBAS S 5.0 OC 3609 1368 TTh 10:30 am–11:45 am DAVIS A 5.0 OC 4501 & FS 9:30 am–12:20 pm OC 3609 OC 4501 1612 MW 10:30 am–11:45 am ARQUERO K CHLD 106 Introduction to Curriculum in Early Childhood CSU. & MW 12 pm–2:50 pm Honors contracts may be available. On Campus – San Elijo Room # On Campus – Oceanside Room # OC 8001 1614 MW 7:30 am–8:45 am FISHER K 5.0 SAN 405 1369 MW 9 am–10:15 am DAVIS A 3.0 SAN 1002 ONLINE & MW 9 am–11:50 am Online 2287 ONL CHEM 210 Organic Chemistry I: For Science Majors GREEN A 3.0 CSU; UC. PREREQUISITES: CHEM 151 or CHEM 151H. ENROLLMENT LIMITATION: Not open to students with prior credit in CHEM 210H. CHLD 109 Child Behavior and Guidance CSU. Hybrid – Oceanside Room # Online 1371 2274 ONL NGUYEN T 5.0 ONLINE ONL MOORE V 3.0 ONLINE OC 4505 & MW 12 pm–2:50 pm LATE-START CLASS (02/06–05/26). Room # 3.0 OC 8001 +2 hours and 50 minutes weekly online. On Campus – Oceanside On Campus – Oceanside Room # 1370 MW 1:30 pm–2:45 pm GARCIA M 1620 TTh 5:30 pm–6:45 pm SELCHAU V 5.0 OC 3609 OC 4505 & TTh 7 pm–9:50 pm MiraCosta College Spring 2023 Credit Courses 760.757.2121 miracosta.edu 36


Child Development Class # Days Time Instructor Units Room # Class # Days Time Instructor Units Room # Child Development Child Development CHLD 111 Programs for Infants and Toddlers CHLD 210 Child, Family, and Community CSU. CSU; UC. ADVISORY: ACE 150, ENGL 50, ESL 150, or eligibility determined by the English placement process. On Campus – Oceanside Room # 3.0 OC 8001 3033 TTh 1:30 pm–2:45 pm HANLEY A Online CHLD 112 Child Growth and Development 1388 ONL PARROTT H 3.0 ONLINE CSU; UC. ADVISORY: ACE 150, ESL 150, ENGL 50, or eligibility determined 2312 MARQUEZ E 3.0 ONLINE by the English placement process. ONL CLASS DATES (01/23–03/18). Online On Campus – Oceanside Room # 1372 3.0 OC 8001 ONL GARCIA M 3.0 ONLINE 1379 TTh 12 pm–1:15 pm VAN SCHOIK J 2288 3.0 ONLINE LATE-START CLASS (02/06–05/26). CHLD 212 Advanced Issues in Infant-Toddler Care CSU. ADVISORY: CHLD 111. ONL HILL A LATE-START CLASS (03/27–05/20). Online CHLD 113 Child and Adolescent Growth and Development 3034 ONL HILL A 3.0 ONLINE CSU; UC. CHLD 230 Family Engagement in Early Childhood Programs Online CSU. 1391 ONL SACHS R 3.0 ONLINE Online 1375 CLASS DATES (01/23–03/18). GREEN A 3.0 ONLINE 1387 ONL WELCH-SCALCO 3.0 ONLINE ONL LATE-START CLASS (02/06–05/26). On Campus – Oceanside Room # CHLD 235 Children in a Diverse Society CSU; UC. ADVISORY: ACE 150, ENGL 50, ESL 150, or eligibility determined 1373 TTh 9 am–10:15 am WELCH-SCALCO 3.0 OC 8001 by the English placement process. GREEN A 3.0 OC 8001 1374 MW 12 pm–1:15 pm CHLD 130 Science and Math for Young Children Online GREEN A 3.0 ONLINE CSU. 1380 ONL Online ONL DEARDURFF D 3.0 ONLINE CHLD 240 Children with Special Learning Needs 1390 LATE-START CLASS (03/27–05/20). CSU. CHLD 150 Art for Young Children Online ONL PACIOREK L 3.0 ONLINE CSU. 1381 LATE-START CLASS (02/06–05/26). Online DAVIS A 3.0 ONLINE CHLD 245 Adult Supervision and Mentoring in Early Care and 2746 ONL Education CSU. CHLD 160 Music and Movement for Young Children CSU. Online 1382 ONL Online MOORE L 3.0 ONLINE 3035 ONL SACHS R 3.0 ONLINE CHLD 251 Administration II: Personnel and Leadership in Early Childhood Education CHLD 200 Observation & Assessment in Early Childhood CSU. CSU. Online ONL DAVIS A 3.0 ONLINE Online ONL DEARDURFF D 3.0 ONLINE 2289 LATE-START CLASS (02/06–05/26). 2272 LATE-START CLASS (02/06–05/26). Room # On Campus – Oceanside OC 8001 CHLD 270 Practicum—The Student Teaching Experience CSU. PREREQUISITES: CHLD 105, CHLD 106, CHLD 113, and CHLD 210. 1377 MW 10:30 am–11:45 am GREEN A 3.0 CHLD 205 Health, Safety, and Nutrition Online W 6:30 pm–7:20 pm HU Y 3.0 ZOOM CSU. 1383 Online & ARRANGED 1378 ONL PARROTT H 3.0 ONLINE 102 hours arranged. This course includes a weekly seminar and lab 1389 3.0 ONLINE ONL MOORE V placement. You will be enrolled in both parts. The weekly seminar is LATE-START CLASS (02/06–05/26). synchronous, meeting virtually via Zoom on Wednesdays from 6:30 pm–7:20 pm. For the lab, the requirement is to work or volunteer 99 hours over the semester directly with children in a classroom setting. If you are currently working at a child care and education site, you will be assigned a virtual mentor. There are limited virtual placements, if one is not available you can choose to volunteer at an in-person placement. For students not currently working directly with children, you will be placed with a mentor at the campus lab school, or at a site in the community. For these volunteer placements, you will need proof of immunizations, which include the vaccine for COVID 19. surf.miracosta.edu OC=Oceanside Campus SAN=San Elijo Campus CLC=Community Learning Center Class Details & to Enroll 37


Communication CREDIT COURSE OFFERINGS Class # Days Time Instructor Units Room # Class # Days Time Instructor Units Room # Communication Communication COMM 101 Public Speaking COMM 120 Principles of Human Communication CSU; UC. CSU; UC. Online ONL ROHR S 3.0 ONLINE Online ONL ARENIVAR S 3.0 ONLINE 1544 3.0 ONLINE 1553 CLASS DATES (01/23–03/18). 1543 3.0 ONLINE 1538 ONL ROHR S 3.0 ONLINE 1541 3.0 ONLINE 1534 ONL LIEBERMAN M 3.0 ONLINE Hybrid – Oceanside Room # 1530 3.0 ONLINE 1547 ONL LIEBERMAN M 3.0 ONLINE 2696 M 12 pm–1:15 pm ONGYOD A 3.0 OC 3516 1542 3.0 ONLINE ONLINE 2767 ONL ROY D 3.0 ONLINE & ONL 2808 3.0 ONLINE 2305 ONL BROWN D 3.0 ONLINE +1 hour and 30 minutes weekly online. 1546 3.0 ONLINE 1545 ONL BROWN D 3.0 ONLINE 1548 ONL LONG R Hybrid – San Elijo Room # ONL LONG R 3028 W 12 pm–1:15 pm ARENIVAR S 3.0 SAN 507 ONLINE ONL COREY A & ONL ONL COREY A +1 hour and 20 minutes weekly online. ONL HARRIS C COMM 135 Gender Studies in Communication CSU; UC. ADVISORY: ACE 150, ENGL 50, ESL 150, or eligibility determined ONL HASTINGS R by the English placement process. CLASS DATES (01/23–03/18). ONL HASTINGS R LATE-START CLASS (03/27–05/20). Online On Campus – Oceanside Room # 1554 ONL ROY D 3.0 ONLINE OC 3511 1531 TTh 9 am–10:15 am FANNEY E 3.0 OC 3501 COMM 207 Interpersonal Communication STAFF 3.0 OC 3501 CSU; UC. 3023 MW 10:30 am–11:45 am FANNEY E 3.0 Room # 2727 TTh 12 pm–1:15 pm 3.0 OC 3103 Hybrid – Oceanside ONLINE Online ONL ROSTAMI S 3.0 ONLINE 3306 3.0 ONLINE 1533 Th 10:30 am–11:45 am ONGYOD A 1561 ONL POWERS L 3.0 ONLINE 3.0 ONLINE & ONL 1560 CLASS DATES (01/23–03/18). 3.0 ONLINE 3.0 ONLINE +1 hour and 20 minutes weekly online. 3240 ONL POWERS L 3.0 ONLINE 3.0 ONLINE 1532 Th 12 pm–1:15 pm ONGYOD A 3.0 OC 3516 1558 CLASS DATES (01/23–03/18). 3.0 ONLINE ONLINE & ONL 1557 ONL POWERS L +1 hour and 20 minutes weekly online. 1562 CLASS DATES (01/23–03/18). On Campus – San Elijo Room # 3241 ONL HASTINGS R SAN 507 1540 TTh 10:30 am–11:45 am ALFORD C 3.0 SAN 507 3242 CLASS DATES (01/23–03/18). 3.0 3024 W 6 pm–8:50 pm ROSTAMI S Room # ONL HASTINGS R 3.0 SAN 507 Hybrid – San Elijo ONLINE LATE-START CLASS (03/27–05/20). 1539 M 10:30 am–11:45 am ROBERTSON E ONL POWERS L LATE-START CLASS (03/27–05/20). & ONL ONL POWERS L +1 hour and 30 minutes weekly online. LATE-START CLASS (03/27–05/20). 1529 M 12 pm–1:15 pm ROBERTSON E 3.0 SAN 507 ONL POWERS L ONLINE & ONL LATE-START CLASS (03/27–05/20). +1 hour and 30 minutes weekly online. COMM 106 Group Communication On Campus – Oceanside Room # CSU; UC. OC 3501 1555 MW 9 am–10:15 am STAFF 3.0 OC 3501 3.0 1556 TTh 10:30 am–11:45 am FANNEY E Room # 3.0 OC 3516 Online ONL SANDOVAL C 3.0 ONLINE Hybrid – Oceanside SANDOVAL C 3.0 ONLINE ONLINE 1549 ONL ROBERTSON E 3.0 ONLINE 3029 T 12 pm–1:15 pm ORTIZ K 2845 2698 ONL & ONL CLASS DATES (01/23–03/18). +1 hour and 20 minutes weekly online. On Campus – Oceanside Room # On Campus – San Elijo Room # OC 3501 3.0 SAN 507 1552 TTh 9 am–10:15 am MAXWELL P 3.0 OC 3501 1559 TTh 12 pm–1:15 pm ALFORD C STAFF 3.0 OC 3501 3025 MW 12 pm–1:15 pm POWERS L 3.0 COMM 212 Argumentation Room # CSU; UC. ADVISORY: ACE 150, ENGL 50, ESL 150, or eligibility determined 3239 T 6 pm–8:50 pm 3.0 OC 3516 by the English placement process. Hybrid – Oceanside ONLINE 1550 M 9 am–10:15 am STAFF Online 1563 & ONL 2658 ONL BROWN D 3.0 ONLINE ROBERTSON E 3.0 ONLINE +1 hour and 30 minutes weekly online. 1564 ONL ROBERTSON E 3.0 ONLINE COMM 111 Narrative Performance CLASS DATES (01/23–03/18). CSU; UC. ONL CLASS DATES (01/23–03/18). Online ONL HASTINGS R 3.0 ONLINE 2726 CLASS DATES (01/23–03/18). MiraCosta College Spring 2023 Credit Courses 760.757.2121 miracosta.edu 38


Computer Science Class # Days Time Instructor Units Room # Class # Days Time Instructor Units Room # Communication Computer Science COMM 215 Intercultural Communication CS 112 Introduction to Computer Science II: Java CSU; UC. ADVISORY: ENGL 100 or ENGL 100H. CSU; UC. PREREQUISITE: CS 111. Online ONL ARENIVAR S 3.0 ONLINE Online TTh 11 am–12:50 pm MARISCAL E 3.0 ZOOM 1565 3.0 ONLINE 3.0 ONLINE 1566 ONL ARENIVAR S 1363 & ONL 3.0 CLASS DATES (01/23–03/18). 3.0 ONLINE Room # 1567 OC  T561 +50 minutes weekly online. ONLINE ONL ARENIVAR S Hybrid – Oceanside LATE-START CLASS (03/27–05/20). Room # 1343 TTh 9 am–10:50 am STAFF OC 4804 Hybrid – San Elijo Room # & ONL 3027 W 10:30 am–11:45 am ARENIVAR S 3.0 SAN 507 +50 minutes weekly online. ONLINE & ONL On Campus – Oceanside +1 hour and 20 minutes weekly online. 1345 T 5 pm–9:50 pm CHAPETON LAM Hybrid – Oceanside Room # CS 113 Basic Data Structures and Algorithms CSU; UC. PREREQUISITE: CS 112. 2489 W 10:30 am–11:45 am ONGYOD A 3.0 OC 3516 ONLINE & ONL +1 hour and 20 minutes weekly online. Online 2679 W 12 pm–1:15 pm ONGYOD A 3.0 OC 3516 1347 M 5 pm–8:50 pm MARISCAL E 3.0 ZOOM ONLINE & ONL ONLINE & ONL +50 minutes weekly online. +1 hour and 20 minutes weekly online. COMM 220 Introduction to Mass Communication On Campus – Oceanside Room # CSU; UC. ADVISORY: ACE 150, ENGL 50, ESL 150, or eligibility determined 3.0 OC  T561 by the English placement process. 2613 MW 1 pm–3:20 pm MARISCAL E Hybrid – Oceanside Room # CS 130 Fundamentals of Scripting Languages CSU; UC. ADVISORY: CS 101. 2490 F 9 am–11:50 am HASTINGS R 3.0 OC 3501 ONLINE Online & ONL 1349 ONL HADI H 3.0 ONLINE CLASS DATES (03/27–05/26) +3 hours and 20 minutes weekly online. CS 134 Mobile Application Development CSU; UC. PREREQUISITES: CS 112. 1568 F 9 am–11:50 am HASTINGS R 3.0 OC 3501 ONLINE & ONL CLASS DATES (01/23–03/18) Online +3 hours and 35 minutes weekly online 1351 ONL STAFF 3.0 ONLINE Computer Science CS 138 Programming with Python CSU; UC. ADVISORY: CS 101. CS 101 Introduction to Computer Science Principles Online ONL WALKER C 3.0 ONLINE CSU; UC. ONL ALOKA M 3.0 ONLINE 1365 2683 LEWIS K 3.0 Room # OC  T561 Online Hybrid – Oceanside 1331 ONLINE MW 9 am–10:50 am CASTILLO III 3.0 ZOOM 2281 W 6 pm–9:50 pm ONLINE 1361 & ONL & ONL 2662 ONLINE +50 minutes weekly online. ONLINE +50 minutes weekly online. ONL CHAPETON LAM 3.0 CS 150 C++ Programming CHAPETON LAM 3.0 CSU; UC. ADVISORY: MATH 64 or and CS 101 MATH 64S. ONL CS 111 Introduction to Computer Science I: Java Online MW 11 am–12:50 pm CASTILLO III 3.0 ZOOM CSU; UC. ADVISORY: MATH 64 or and CS 101 MATH 64S. 1353 LEWIS K 3.0 ONLINE Online & ONL ONLINE 2485 2487 1335 ONL BERNABE D 3.0 ONLINE +50 minutes weekly online. Room # PATEL K 3.0 ZOOM OC  T561 TTh 9 am–10:50 am ONL 1333 BERNABE D 3.0 ONLINE ONLINE & ONL Hybrid – Oceanside ALOKA M 3.0 ZOOM 1339 +50 minutes weekly online. ONLINE 1355 TTh 3 pm–4:50 pm MERRILL C 3.0 TTh 11 am–12:50 pm ZOOM & ONL ONLINE & ONL +50 minutes weekly online. Room # +50 minutes weekly online. OC 4804 CS 151 Advanced C++ Programming CSU; UC. PREREQUISITE: CS 150. W 6 pm–9:50 pm ONLINE & ONL OC 4804 ONLINE +50 minutes weekly online. Hybrid – Oceanside Room # Hybrid – Oceanside 1357 Th 6 pm–9:50 pm MERRILL C 3.0 OC  T561 ONLINE 1341 TTh 11 am–12:50 pm PATEL K 3.0 & ONL STAFF 3.0 & ONL +50 minutes weekly online. +50 minutes weekly online. 1337 MW 1 pm–2:50 pm & ONL +50 minutes weekly online. surf.miracosta.edu OC=Oceanside Campus SAN=San Elijo Campus CLC=Community Learning Center Class Details & to Enroll 39


Computer Science CREDIT COURSE OFFERINGS Class # Days Time Instructor Units Room # Class # Days Time Instructor Units Room # Computer Science Computer Studies & Information Technology CS 210 Software Engineering CSIT 123 Introduction to Data Analytics CSU; UC. PREREQUISITE: CS 112. CSU; UC. PREREQUISITE: MATH 28, MATH 30, or eligibility determined by the math placement process. ADVISORY: CSIT 110, CSIT 120, or CSIT 128. Online W 6 pm–9:50 pm STRAMAGLIA M 3.0 ZOOM Hybrid – Oceanside Room # 2444 & ONL ONLINE +50 minutes weekly online. 1162 T 12 pm–1:15 pm WHITE R 3.0 OC 4803A ZOOM & Th 12 pm–1:15 pm CS 220 Computer Architecture and Assembly Language CSIT 125 Microsoft Word for Business CSU; UC. PREREQUISITE: CS 112. CSU. ADVISORY: CSIT 101. Online T 6 pm–9:50 pm CELLY B 3.0 ZOOM Online ONL SAYBLE D 3.0 ONLINE 1359 CELLY B 3.0 ONLINE 1163 & ONL ONLINE This class will be taught using Microsoft Word 365/2019 for the PC. 2771 LATE-START CLASS (03/27–05/20). +50 minutes weekly online. ONL CSIT 128 Microsoft Excel for Business CSU. ADVISORY: CSIT 101. CS 226 Discrete Structures CSU; UC. PREREQUISITE: CS 150 and MATH 126, MATH 126S, or eligi- Online ONL ANDERSEN A 3.0 ONLINE bility determined by the math placement process. 1164 1165 On Campus – Oceanside Room # This class will be taught using Microsoft Excel 365/2019 for the PC. 4.0 OC  T561 2420 2446 MW 10:30 am–12:35 pm WALKER C ONL TRZOS T 3.0 ONLINE This class will be taught using Microsoft Excel 365/2019 for the PC. LATE-START CLASS (02/06–05/26). Computer Studies & Information Technology ONL TRZOS T 3.0 ONLINE This class will be taught using Microsoft Excel 365/2019 for the PC. LATE-START CLASS (03/27–05/20). CSIT 101 Introduction to Computers CSIT 131 Microsoft Access for Business CSU. CSU. ADVISORY: CSIT 101. Hybrid – Oceanside Room # Online 1166 1155 T 10:30 am–11:45 am ANDERSEN A 3.0 OC 4803A ONL NITSCH C 3.0 ONLINE ONLINE & ONL This class will be taught using Microsoft Access 365/2019 for the PC. +1 hour and 30 minutes weekly online. LATE-START CLASS (03/27–05/20). CSIT 110 Computer Applications CSIT 137 Google Apps for Business CSU; UC. ADVISORY: CSIT 101. CSU. ADVISORY: CSIT 101. Online ONL ANDERSEN A 3.0 ONLINE Online TRZOS T 3.0 ONLINE 1157 1167 ONL This class will be taught using Microsoft Office 365/2019 for the PC. 1158 LATE-START CLASS (02/06–05/26). CSIT 146 E-Commerce and Web Presence 2682 ONL NITSCH C 3.0 ONLINE CSU. ADVISORY: CSIT 101. This class will be taught using Microsoft Office 365/2019 for the PC. LATE-START CLASS (02/06–05/26). Online ONL NITSCH C 3.0 ONLINE 1168 ONL DEAN JR D 3.0 ONLINE This class will be taught using Microsoft Office 365/2019 for the PC. LATE-START CLASS (03/27–05/20). CSIT 149 Microsoft Windows Hybrid – Oceanside Room # CSU. ADVISORY: CSIT 101. 1156 W 10:30 am–11:45 am ORNELAS C 3.0 OC 4803A Online 1169 & ONL ONLINE ONL ORNELAS C 3.0 ONLINE +1 hour 20 minutes weekly online hours. This class will be taught LATE-START CLASS (03/27–05/20). using Microsoft Office 365/2019 for the PC. CSIT 155 Social Media for Business CSU. ADVISORY: CSIT 101. CSIT 120 Fundamentals of Computer Information Systems CSU; UC. ADVISORY: CSIT 110. Online 1170 Online ONL CASSONI R 3.0 ONLINE 2816 ONL FAULK C 3.0 ONLINE 1161 3.0 ONLINE 3.0 ONLINE LATE-START CLASS (02/06–05/26). 3.0 ONLINE 2303 ONL JANOVICK I 1160 LATE-START CLASS (02/06–05/26). 3.0 ONLINE ONL WHITE R 2644 LATE-START CLASS (02/06–05/26). ONL JANOVICK I LATE-START CLASS (02/06–05/26). ONL ORNELAS C LATE-START CLASS (03/27–05/20). Hybrid – Oceanside Room # 1159 T 9 am–10:15 am WHITE R 3.0 OC 4803A ONLINE & ONL +1 hour 20 minutes weekly online. MiraCosta College Spring 2023 Credit Courses 760.757.2121 miracosta.edu 40


Counseling Class # Days Time Instructor Units Room # Class # Days Time Instructor Units Room # Computer Studies & Information Technology Computer Studies & Information Technology CSIT 160 Technology, the Individual, and Society CSIT 191 Fundamentals of Cisco Networking CSU; UC. ADVISORY: ACE 150, ENGL 50, ESL 150, or eligibility determined CSU. ADVISORY: CSIT 180. by the English placement process. Hybrid – Oceanside Room # Online 2423 W 6 pm–9:50 pm WARD G 3.0 OC 4803A 1171 ONLINE ONL DEAN JR D 3.0 ONLINE & ONL 1172 LATE-START CLASS (02/06–05/26). 3.0 ONLINE +1 hours 30 minutes weekly online. LATE-START CLASS (02/06–05/26). ONL DEAN JR D LATE-START CLASS (02/06–05/26). CSIT 195 IT Career Exploration and Portfolio Development CSIT 165 Living in an Online World CSU. CSU; UC. ADVISORY: ACE 150, ENGL 50, ESL 150, or eligibility determined by the English placement process. Online ONL ANDERSEN A 1.0 ONLINE 1174 LATE-START CLASS (03/27–05/20). Online 1173 ONL SAYBLE D 3.0 ONLINE LATE-START CLASS (02/06–05/26). CSIT 180 Fundamentals of Computer Hardware and Software Counseling CSU. ADVISORY: CSIT 110. Hybrid – Oceanside Room # COUN 100 College and Career Success CSU; UC. 1175 M 11 am–12:50 pm WHITE R 4.0 ZOOM HILLIARD S & W 11 am–12:50 pm OC 4803B Online 2055 & ONL ONLINE 2051 ONL COLLINS L 3.0 ONLINE 3.0 ZOOM +50 minutes weekly online. W 10:30 am–11:45 am SALINAS E 2054 3.0 ONLINE 1177 M 6 pm–9:50 pm 4.0 OC 4803A & ONL 3.0 ONLINE 2533 3.0 ONLINE & ONL +1 hour 20 minutes weekly online 3.0 2945 3.0 ONLINE +50 minutes weekly online. ONL HAYEK L 2056 ONLINE CSIT 181 Fundamentals of Computer Networking CLASS DATES (01/23–03/18). CSU. ADVISORY: CSIT 180. 2057 ONLINE ONL WISH K LATE-START CLASS (02/06–05/26). ONLINE Hybrid – Oceanside Room # ONL HORTON W LATE-START CLASS (03/27–05/20). 1179 MW 1 pm–2:50 pm WARD G 3.0 OC 4803B ONLINE ONL HOSLEY T & ONL LATE-START CLASS (03/27–05/20). +50 minutes weekly online. ONL FLOCKEN L CSIT 182 Fundamentals of Computer Security LATE-START CLASS (03/27–05/20). CSU. ADVISORY: CSIT 181. Hybrid – Oceanside Room # Hybrid – Oceanside Room # 2052 T 10:30 am–11:45 am DUARTE K 3.0 OC 3103 ONLINE 1181 T 6 pm–9:50 pm ALKAABI M 3.0 OC 4803B & ONL ONLINE & ONL +1 hour 20 minutes weekly online +50 minutes weekly online. On Campus – Oceanside Room # CSIT 183 Windows Server 2053 T 1:30 pm–2:45 pm DIAZ D 3.0 OC 4809 CSU. ADVISORY: CSIT 180. ONLINE & ONL +1 hour 20 minutes weekly online. Hybrid – Oceanside Room # COUN 101 Orientation to College CSU. 2421 M 6 pm–9:50 pm PRICE III R 3.0 OC 4803B ONLINE & ONL +50 minutes weekly online. Online 3149 CSIT 184 Linux Server W 3 pm–5:05 pm VERASTEGUI S 1.0 ZOOM CSU. ADVISORY: CSIT 180. CLASS DATES (01/23–03/18). Hybrid – Oceanside Room # On Campus – Oceanside Room # 1183 Th 6 pm–9:50 pm EDMISTEN B 3.0 OC 4803B 3148 MW 10:30 am–11:20 am LEGUIZAMO E 1.0 OC 3106 ONLINE & ONL Designated for students in the Transitions Program. For more +50 minutes weekly online. information about the Transitions Program, contact Liz Leguizamo at [email protected] CLASS DATES (01/23–03/18). CSIT 188 Cybersecurity: Ethical Hacker CSU. ADVISORY: CSIT 182. Hybrid – Oceanside Room # Online 3153 M 6 pm–6:50 pm ROSS MAU K 1.0 OC 3103 3046 ONL MCLEAN T 3.0 ONLINE & ONL ONLINE LATE-START CLASS (02/06–05/26). Room # +1 hour 5 minutes weekly online. This course is designated for students 3.0 OC 4803B in the Mana Program. For more information about the Mana Program, ONLINE visit miracosta.edu/mana: contact [email protected] Hybrid – Oceanside LATE-START CLASS (03/27–05/20). 1185 W 6 pm–9:50 pm MCLEAN T & ONL +50 minutes weekly online. surf.miracosta.edu OC=Oceanside Campus SAN=San Elijo Campus CLC=Community Learning Center Class Details & to Enroll 41


Counseling CREDIT COURSE OFFERINGS Class # Days Time Instructor Units Room # Class # Days Time Instructor Units Room # Counseling Dance COUN 105 Transfer Success DNCE 105 Dance Cultures of the World CSU; UC. CSU; UC. ENROLLMENT LIMITATION: Not open to students with prior credit in DNCE 105H. Online 2534 ONL DUA A 1.0 ONLINE Online 1739 2536 Designated for students in the First Year Forward Program. For ONL HANADA-ROGER 3.0 ONLINE 2535 information about the First Year Forward program, contact the FYF Honors contracts may be available. team at [email protected] LATE-START CLASS (03/27–05/20). LATE-START CLASS (03/27–05/20). DNCE 121 Hip Hop I ONL MCINTOSH D 1.0 ONLINE CSU; UC. ENROLLMENT LIMITATION: Maximum of four enrollments between/among DNCE 121, DNCE 122, DNCE 221, and DNCE 222. Designated for students in the First Year Forward Program. For information about the First Year Forward program, contact the FYF team at [email protected] LATE-START CLASS (03/27–05/20). On Campus – Oceanside Room # 1.0 OC 2703 ONL HAYEK L 1.0 ONLINE 1740 F 10 am–11:50 pm WAALI J CLASS DATES (01/27–05/26) Designated for students in the First Year Forward Program. For information about the First Year Forward program, contact the FYF DNCE 122 Hip Hop II team at [email protected] CSU; UC. ENROLLMENT LIMITATION: Maximum of four enrollments LATE-START CLASS (03/27–05/20). between/among DNCE 121, DNCE 122, DNCE 221, and DNCE 222. ADVISORY: DNCE 121. On Campus – Oceanside Room # 2537 W 12 pm–12:50 pm KLEIN N 1.0 OC 4802 On Campus – Oceanside Room # 1.0 OC 2703 Designated for students in the Umoja Program. For more information 2264 F 10 am–11:50 pm WAALI J about the Umoja Program, contact Nate Klein at [email protected] edu. CLASS DATES (01/27–05/26) 2050 W 12 pm–1:05 pm LOMELI S 1.0 OC 3510 DNCE 134 Pacific Island Dance I CSU; UC. Designated for students in the Puente Program. For information about the Puente program, please access the Puente Program website at miracosta.edu/puente and complete the intake form. Must also On Campus – Oceanside Room # OC 2703 enroll in ENGL 201, #2277. 3208 TTh 3:30 pm–4:20 pm MUAGUTUTIA G 1.0 2538 W 3 pm–4:05 pm LOMELI S 1.0 OC 3510 DNCE 135 Pacific Island Dance II CSU; UC. Designated for students in the Puente Program. For information about the Puente program, please access the Puente Program website at miracosta.edu/puente and complete the intake form. Must also On Campus – Oceanside Room # enroll in ENGL 201, #1977. OC 2703 2459 TTh 3:30 pm–4:20 pm MUAGUTUTIA G 1.0 On Campus – San Elijo Room # DNCE 140 Ballroom Dance Technique I SAN 309 CSU; UC. ENROLLMENT LIMITATION: Maximum of four enrollments 3150 T 9 am–10:50 am MUNSHOWER D 1.0 between/among DNCE 140, DNCE 143, DNCE 240, and DNCE 243. LATE-START CLASS (03/27–05/20). On Campus – Oceanside Room # 1.0 OC 2703 Dance 3224 W 6 pm–7:50 pm BOSKIN-MULLE DNCE 100 Dance Appreciation DNCE 143 Ballroom Dance Technique II CSU; UC. ENROLLMENT LIMITATION: Not open to students with prior CSU; UC. ENROLLMENT LIMITATION: Maximum of four enrollments credit in DNCE 100H. between/among DNCE 140, DNCE 143, DNCE 240, and DNCE 243. ADVISORY: DNCE 140. Online ONL HANADA-ROGER 3.0 ONLINE On Campus – Oceanside Room # 1736 1.0 OC 2703 3226 W 6 pm–7:50 pm BOSKIN-MULLE Honors Contracts may be available. DNCE 101 Dance History DNCE 150 Pilates Mat & Reformer I CSU; UC. ENROLLMENT LIMITATION: Not open to students with prior CSU; UC. credit in DNCE 101H. Hybrid – Oceanside Room # Online 2469 TTh 7:30 am–8:45 am HOLDT R 1.5 OC 2701 1737 ONLINE ONL MASSEY D 3.0 ONLINE & ONL Honors Contracts may be available. +1 hour 15 minutes weekly online DNCE 104 Dance on Film DNCE 152 Ballet I CSU; UC. CSU; UC. ENROLLMENT LIMITATION: Maximum of four enrollments among DNCE 152, DNCE 154. Online ONL HANADA-ROGER 3.0 ONLINE On Campus – Oceanside Room # 1738 1.5 OC 2703 LATE-START CLASS (02/06–05/26). 1813 TTh 6 pm–7:30 pm WEINBERG S DNCE 154 Ballet II CSU; UC. ENROLLMENT LIMITATION: Maximum of four enrollments among DNCE 152, DNCE 154. ADVISORY: DNCE 152. On Campus – Oceanside Room # 1.5 OC 2703 1742 MW 11 am–12:30 pm MASSEY D MiraCosta College Spring 2023 Credit Courses 760.757.2121 miracosta.edu 42


Design Class # Days Time Instructor Units Room # Class # Days Time Instructor Units Room # Dance Dance DNCE 166 Jazz Dance I DNCE 206 Classical Dance Production III CSU; UC. ENROLLMENT LIMITATION: Maximum of four enrollments CSU; UC. ENROLLMENT LIMITATION: Audition and maximum of four among DNCE 166, DNCE 168, DNCE 266, DNCE 268. enrollments among DNCE 160, DNCE 162, DNCE 204, DNCE 205, DNCE 206, DNCE 207. Hybrid – Oceanside Room # 2467 TTh 9 am–10:20 am HANADA-ROGER 1.5 OC 2703 Hybrid – Oceanside Room # ONLINE & ONL 3216 ARRANGED MASSEY D 1.5 TBD ONLINE +50 minutes weekly online & ONL LATE-START CLASS (02/07–05/25). CLASS DATES (03/06–05/20) DNCE 168 Jazz Dance II Audition: Sunday 2/19 at 6 pm in OC 2703. Hybrid. CSU; UC. ENROLLMENT LIMITATION: Maximum of four enrollments among DNCE 166, DNCE 168, DNCE 266, DNCE 268. ADVISORY: DNCE DNCE 240 Ballroom Dance Technique III 166. CSU. ENROLLMENT LIMITATION: Maximum of four enrollments between/ among DNCE 140, DNCE 143, DNCE 240, and DNCE 243. ADVISORY: Hybrid – Oceanside Room # DNCE 143. 3210 TTh 9 am–10:20 am HANADA-ROGER 1.5 OC 2703 On Campus – Oceanside Room # ONLINE 1.0 OC 2703 & ONL 3228 W 6 pm–7:50 pm BOSKIN-MULLE +50 minutes weekly online DNCE 243 Ballroom Dance Technique IV LATE-START CLASS (02/07–05/25). CSU. ENROLLMENT LIMITATION: Maximum of four enrollments between/ among DNCE 140, DNCE 143, DNCE 240, and DNCE 243. ADVISORY: DNCE 169 Introduction to World Dance Forms DNCE 240. CSU; UC. ENROLLMENT LIMITATION: Maximum of four enrollments among DNCE 132, DNCE 133, and DNCE 169. On Campus – Oceanside Room # 1.0 OC 2703 On Campus – Oceanside Room # 3230 W 6 pm–7:50 pm BOSKIN-MULLE OC 2703 3222 M 6 pm–8:10 pm HANADA-ROGER 1.0 DNCE 260 Dance Touring Ensemble LATE-START CLASS (02/06–05/22). CSU; UC. ENROLLMENT LIMITATION: Audition. DNCE 176 Modern Dance I On Campus – Oceanside Room # CSU; UC. ENROLLMENT LIMITATION: Maximum of four enrollments among DNCE 176 and DNCE 178. 1751 F 9 am–11:50 am MASSEY D 1.5 OC 2701 Audition required: Friday 12/2/22 at 9 am and Friday 2/3/23 in OC 2701 LATE-START CLASS (02/10–05/26). On Campus – Oceanside Room # 1.5 OC 2703 3218 MW 9 am–10:30 am JANKOVIC T On Campus – San Elijo Room # 1.5 SAN 204 1744 MW 6 pm–7:30 pm WEINBERG S Design DNCE 178 Modern Dance II DESN 100 Fundamentals of Design CSU; UC. ENROLLMENT LIMITATION: Maximum of four enrollments CSU; UC. among DNCE 176 and DNCE 178. ADVISORY: DNCE 176. On Campus – Oceanside Room # Hybrid – Oceanside Room # 1.5 OC 2703 3220 MW 9 am–10:30 am JANKOVIC T 1076 ONL PARKER D 3.0 ONLINE OC 4530 On Campus – San Elijo Room # & MW 1:30 pm–2:45 pm 1.5 SAN 204 3212 MW 6 pm–7:30 pm WEINBERG S +1 hours 15 minutes weekly online. DNCE 179 Musical Theatre Dance Production DESN 101 Computer-Aided Design and Drafting CSU; UC. COREQUISITE: DRAM 204. ENROLLMENT LIMITATION: CSU; UC. Audition. Online ONL CLARKE P 4.0 ONLINE On Campus – Oceanside Room # 1080 1746 ARRANGED STAFF 1.5 TBD This class will primarily be taught using the PC version of AutoCAD CLASS DATES (01/23–05/26) 2020. Students may complete the course using other versions. 76.5 hours arranged. For information go to miracostatheatre.com. Hybrid – Oceanside Room # 1078 TTh 9 am–10:50 am CLARKE P 4.0 OC 4530 DNCE 200 Contemporary Dance Production I & ONL ONLINE CSU; UC. ENROLLMENT LIMITATION: Audition. Maximum of four en- rollments among DNCE 200, DNCE 201, DNCE 202, DNCE 203, DNCE +3 hours and 50 minutes weekly online. This class will primarily be 261, DNCE 262. taught using the PC version of AutoCAD 2020. Students may complete the course using other versions. Hybrid – Oceanside Room # DESN 102 Architectural Drawing CSU; UC. 3214 ARRANGED MASSEY D 1.5 TBD ONLINE & ONL Hybrid – Oceanside Room # CLASS DATES (03/06–05/20) 1082 ONL PARKER D 3.0 ONLINE Audition: Sunday 2/19 at 6 pm in OC 2703. Hybrid. OC 4531 & TTh 3 pm–4:15 pm +1 hour and 50 minutes weekly online. surf.miracosta.edu OC=Oceanside Campus SAN=San Elijo Campus CLC=Community Learning Center Class Details & to Enroll 43


Design CREDIT COURSE OFFERINGS Class # Days Time Instructor Units Room # Class # Days Time Instructor Units Room # Design Dramatic Arts DESN 105 Construction Materials DRAM 105 Introduction to Theatre CSU; UC. CSU; UC. Hybrid – Oceanside Room # Online 1832 3106 ONL PARKER D 3.0 ONLINE ONL BISHOP E 3.0 ONLINE OC 4531 LATE-START CLASS (02/06–05/26). & F 9 am–10:30 am Room # 3.0 OC 2011 +2 hours and 35 minutes weekly online. On Campus – Oceanside LATE-START CLASS (02/06–05/26). 1831 TTh 10:30 am–11:45 am BERGER L DESN 108 World Architecture DRAM 110 Voice and Diction CSU; UC. CSU; UC. Online SWIFT K 3.0 ONLINE On Campus – Oceanside Room # 1085 ONL 3.0 OC 2701 3206 MW 1 pm–2:45 pm WILLIAMS T DESN 111 Engineering Design Graphics DRAM 130 Acting I CSU; UC. ADVISORY: DESN 101 or DESN 110. CSU; UC. On Campus – Oceanside Room # On Campus – Oceanside Room # 4.0 OC 4530 OC 2701 1086 TTh 2:30 pm–5:20 pm SPITTAL J 2688 TTh 10:30 am–11:35 am BISHOP E 3.0 OC 2701 3.0 DESN 200 Architectural Design I & TTh 11:45 am–1:10 pm Room # CSU; UC. PREREQUISITE: DESN 102. ENROLLMENT LIMITATION: OC 2701 Concurrent enrollment in DESN 102 if prerequisite not met. Hybrid – Oceanside OC 2701 2417 MW 11 am–11:50 am BRAULT G ONLINE On Campus – Oceanside Room # & MW 12 pm–12:50 pm OC 4531 1088 MW 3:30 pm–5:45 pm PARKER D 3.0 & ONL The CAD Lab (OC 4530) will also be used for this class. +50 minutes weekly online DESN 201 Advanced AutoCAD Computer-Aided Design and DRAM 133 Performance and Design Portfolio Practicum Drafting CSU. ENROLLMENT LIMITATION: Audition and maximum of four enroll- CSU. PREREQUISITE: DESN 101. ENROLLMENT LIMITATION: Concurrent ments between DRAM 131 and DRAM 133. enrollment in DESN 101 if prerequisite not met. On Campus – Oceanside Room # TBD On Campus – Oceanside Room # 1833 ARR BISHOP E 1.0 3.0 OC 4530 CLASS DATES (01/23–05/26) 1090 MW 10 am–12:15 pm REILLY J 51 hours arranged. DESN 203 Solid Modeling DRAM 139 Stage and Concert Management CSU; UC. ADVISORY: DESN 101 and DESN 110. CSU; UC. On Campus – Oceanside Room # On Campus – Oceanside Room # 3.0 OC 4530 1092 MW 6 pm–8:50 pm DU T 3202 TTh 1 pm–1:50 pm JAHELKA M 3.0 OC 2011 OC 2011 DESN 213 Solid Modeling II & TTh 2 pm–3:20 pm CSU; UC. PREREQUISITE: DESN 203. DRAM 146 Costume Design for Theatre, Television, and Film Hybrid – Oceanside Room # CSU; UC. 1094 TTh 6 pm–7:20 pm DAGHER M 3.0 OC 4530 Hybrid – Oceanside Room # ONLINE & ONL 1836 F 11 am–12:50 pm WOO D 3.0 OC 2011 OC 2015 +4 hours 30 minutes weekly online. & F 1 pm–2:50 pm LATE-START CLASS (03/27–05/20). ONLINE & ONL DESN 290 Portfolio and Presentation +1 hour 10 minutes weekly online CSU. DRAM 201 Rehearsal and Performance: Dramatic Theatre Online Th 10 am–10:50 am PARKER D 1.0 ZOOM CSU; UC. ENROLLMENT LIMITATION: Audition. & ONL ONLINE 1096 +3 hours 5 minutes weekly online. On Campus – Oceanside Room # LATE-START CLASS (03/27–05/20). 1838 ARRANGED STAFF 2.0 OC 2701 CLASS DATES (01/23–05/26) 102 total hours. For information go to miracostatheatre.com. DRAM 204 Rehearsal and Performance: Musical Theatre CSU; UC. ENROLLMENT LIMITATION: Audition. On Campus – Oceanside Room # 1839 ARRANGED WILLIAMS T 2.0 OC 2001 CLASS DATES (01/23–05/26) 102 total hours. For information go to miracostatheatre.com. MiraCosta College Spring 2023 Credit Courses 760.757.2121 miracosta.edu 44


Education Class # Days Time Instructor Units Room # Class # Days Time Instructor Units Room # Dramatic Arts Economics DRAM 210 Rehearsal and Performance: Technical Theatre ECON 101 Principles of Economics: MACRO CSU; UC. CSU; UC. ADVISORY: MATH 28 or MATH 30. On Campus – Oceanside CANALETTI JR 2.0 Room # Online ONL ZAVODNY A 3.0 ONLINE & FANNING S 2.0 OC 2001 2649 3.0 ONLINE 2297 ARRANGED 2.0 1111 ONL ALI S 3.0 ONLINE FANNING S 2.0 OC 2001 1110 3.0 ONLINE OC 2001 2734 ONL ALI S CLASS DATES (01/23–03/19) CANALETTI JR 3.0 ONLINE 102 hours arranged. & FANNING S OC 2001 2826 ONL RAHMANI F 3204 ARRANGED LATE-START CLASS (02/06–05/26). CLASS DATES (01/23–03/19) FANNING S 51 hours arranged. ONL RAHMANI F 2435 ARRANGED LATE-START CLASS (02/21–05/20). CLASS DATES (03/27–05/14) On Campus – Oceanside Room # 102 hours arranged. OC 3516 3205 ARRANGED 1112 TTh 9 am–10:15 am SILVERMAN J 3.0 OC 3103 CLASS DATES (03/27–05/14) ALI S 3.0 51 hours arranged. 1108 MW 12 pm–1:15 pm Room # 3.0 OC 3104 Hybrid – Oceanside ONLINE 1109 T 6 pm–7:50 pm COULL M & ONL DRAM 231 Acting II +50 minutes weekly online. CSU; UC. PREREQUISITE: DRAM 130. On Campus – San Elijo Room # 3.0 SAN 307 Hybrid – Oceanside Room # 1113 MW 12 pm–1:15 pm MICELLI H 1840 MW 9 am–9:50 am WILLIAMS T 3.0 OC 2701 ECON 102 Principles of Economics: MICRO OC 2701 CSU; UC. ADVISORY: MATH 28 or MATH 30. & MW 10 am–10:50 am ONLINE & ONL Online 2482 +50 minutes weekly online 1115 ONL ALI S 3.0 ONLINE 2733 3.0 ONLINE DRAM 256 Stagecraft for Theatre, Television, and Film ONL ALI S 3.0 ONLINE CSU; UC. 2650 ONL RAHMANI F 3.0 ONLINE LATE-START CLASS (02/06–05/26). On Campus – Oceanside Room # ONL SILVERMAN J 1842 MW 9 am–10:05 am FANNING S 3.0 OC 2001 LATE-START CLASS (02/21–05/20). OC 2001 & MW 10:15 am–11:45 am On Campus – Oceanside Room # LATE-START CLASS (02/06–05/24). OC 3102 1114 MW 10:30 am–11:45 am ALI S 3.0 OC 3102 3.0 1116 TTh 12 pm–1:15 pm COULL M Room # 3.0 OC 3102 Earth Sciences Hybrid – Oceanside ONLINE 1118 M 6 pm–7:50 pm SILVERMAN J EART 106 Earth and Space Science & ONL CSU; UC. ENROLLMENT LIMITATION: not open to students with prior credit in EART 106H. +1 hour and 25 minutes weekly online. LATE-START CLASS (02/06–05/22). On Campus – San Elijo Room # 3.0 SAN 307 Online ONL SCHUBEL K 3.0 ONLINE 1117 MW 10:30 am–11:45 am MICELLI H 1452 3.0 ONLINE 1453 ONL SCHUBEL K LATE-START CLASS (02/06–05/26). 3.0 ONLINE 2310 Education ONL GARZA J 3.0 ONLINE 1454 LATE-START CLASS (02/06–05/26). ONL GOMES C EDUC 115 Foundations of Teaching as a Profession LATE-START CLASS (02/06–05/26). CSU; UC. On Campus – Oceanside Room # Online 3.0 OC 3609 1367 ONL 1450 TTh 9 am–10:15 am CARTER S MOORE V 3.0 ONLINE Economics ECON 100 Survey of Economics CSU; UC. Online ONL MICELLI H 3.0 ONLINE ONL ALI S 3.0 ONLINE 1107 1106 surf.miracosta.edu OC=Oceanside Campus SAN=San Elijo Campus CLC=Community Learning Center Class Details & to Enroll 45


English CREDIT COURSE OFFERINGS Class # Days Time Instructor Units Room # Class # Days Time Instructor Units Room # English English ENGL 30 Sentence Crafting ENGL 100 Composition and Reading ENROLLMENT LIMITATION: Not open to students with prior credit in CSU; UC. PREREQUISITE: ACE 150, ENGL 50, ESL 150, or eligibility de- ENGL 40. termined by the English placement process. ENROLLMENT LIMITATION: Concurrent enrollment in ENGL 52 or NCENG 52 if prerequistes not met Online ONL MITCHELL C 3.0 ONLINE and not open to students with prior credit in ENGL 100H. 1958 LATE-START CLASS (02/06–05/26). Online ENGL 52 College Composition Skills and Support 2023 M 9 am–10:50 am WEBB M 4.0 ZOOM PREREQUISITE: ACE 149, ENGL 49, ESL 149, or eligibility determined by the English placement process COREQUISITE: ENGL 100 ENROLL- & ONL ONLINE MENT LIMITATION: Not open to students with prior credit in ACE 150, 1995 ENGL 50, or ESL 150. +1 hour and 50 minutes weekly online. 3236 This course is taught from a multilingual/ESL perspective. 1998 ONL WEBB M 4.0 ONLINE 3132 This course is taught from a multilingual/ESL perspective. 2012 Online ONL HANNON R 4.0 ONLINE 2159 3134 ONL HAGEN K 2.0 ONLINE Students in this section must also enroll in ENGL 52 #3237 or NCENG 3135 2290 This course offers students additional support with transfer level 52 #3238, a highly supported path to transfer English completion. 3136 2570 English completion. Must also enroll in ENGL 100, #1998. ONL HAGEN K 4.0 ONLINE 3237 2034 ONL BRAMAN J 2.0 ONLINE Students in this section must also enroll in ENGL 52 #2159 or NCENG 2160 2022 This course offers students additional support with transfer level 52 #3121, a highly supported path to transfer English completion. 2018 English completion. Must also enroll in ENGL 100, #3132. ONL BRAMAN J 4.0 ONLINE 2017 ONL BURNS S 2.0 ONLINE Students in this section must also enroll in ENGL 52 #3135 or NCENG 2677 This course offers students additional support with transfer level 2286 52 #3137, a highly supported path to transfer English completion. 2006 English completion. Must also enroll in ENGL 100, #3134. 2011 ONL LAMBERT L 4.0 ONLINE 2008 ONL HANNON R 2.0 ONLINE 2015 Students in this section must also enroll in ENGL 52 #2160 or NCENG 2005 This course offers students additional support with transfer level 2002 52 #3122, a highly supported path to transfer English completion. 1999 English completion. Must also enroll in ENGL 100, #3236. 1997 ONL BURNS S 4.0 ONLINE 3235 ONL LAMBERT L 2.0 ONLINE 3131 Students in this section must also enroll in ENGL 52 #3136 or NCENG 2045 This course offers students additional support with transfer level 2039 52 #3138, a highly supported path to transfer English completion. 2029 English completion. Must also enroll in ENGL 100, #2012. 2013 ONL ROBERTS A 4.0 ONLINE 3133 2028 Honors contracts may be available. On Campus – Oceanside Room # 2801 ONL ANTE-CONTRER 4.0 ONLINE 2158 TTh 11 am–11:50 am STRONA J 2.0 OC 4611 2024 Honors contracts may be available. This course offers students additional support with transfer level 2724 ONL LAMBERT L 4.0 ONLINE English completion. Must also enroll in ENGL 100, #2041. 2787 Honors contracts may be available. 2166 MW 11 am–11:50 am MIDDAUGH M 2.0 OC 3607 2815 ONL HAGEN K 4.0 ONLINE This course offers students additional support with transfer level Honors contracts may be available. English completion. Must also enroll in ENGL 100, #2444. ONL HAGEN K 4.0 ONLINE 2162 TTh 12 pm–12:50 pm NAGAI T 2.0 OC 3510 Honors contracts may be available. This course offers students additional support with transfer level ONL ZIMMERMAN M 4.0 ONLINE English completion. Must also enroll in ENGL 100, #2003. Honors contracts may be available. Hybrid – Oceanside Room # ONL JARA J 4.0 ONLINE 2161 T 2 pm–2:50 pm TSUYUKI C 2.0 OC 3512 ONL ROBERTS A 4.0 ONLINE & ONL ONLINE ONL PRESCOTT J 4.0 ONLINE +50 minutes weekly online. ONL PRESCOTT J 4.0 ONLINE This course offers students additional support with transfer level ONL PRESCOTT J 4.0 ONLINE English completion. Must also enroll in ENGL 100, #2016. ONL NAGAI T 4.0 ONLINE 2165 Th 2 pm–2:50 pm BORAZ K 2.0 OC 3512 ONL NAGAI T 4.0 ONLINE & ONL ONLINE ONL STAFF 4.0 ONLINE +50 minutes weekly online. This course offers students additional ONL DIAZ Z 4.0 ONLINE support with transfer level English completion. Must also enroll in ONL DIAZ Z 4.0 ONLINE ENGL 100, #2033. ONL HANNON R 4.0 ONLINE 2164 Th 2 pm–2:50 pm TSUYUKI C 2.0 OC 3510 ONL BRAMAN J 4.0 ONLINE & ONL ONLINE ONL SULLIVAN J 4.0 ONLINE +50 minutes weekly online. This course offers students additional ONL WILLIAMS J 4.0 ONLINE support with transfer level English completion. Must also enroll in ONL MIDDAUGH M 4.0 ONLINE ENGL 100, #2014. ONL LAMBERT L 4.0 ONLINE On Campus – Oceanside Room # ONL BURNS S 4.0 ONLINE 2163 MW 1 pm–1:50 pm PRESCOTT J 2.0 CLC 101 ONL STRONA J 4.0 ONLINE CLASS DATES (01/23–03/18). This course offers students additional support with transfer level ONL SCADUTO E 4.0 ONLINE English completion. Must also enroll in ENGL 100, #2020. This section is taught from a multilingual/ESL perspective. LATE-START CLASS (02/06–05/26). ONL HANNON R 4.0 ONLINE LATE-START CLASS (02/06–05/26). ONL JARA J 4.0 ONLINE LATE-START CLASS (02/06–05/26). ONL FAZIO-DIBENE 4.0 ONLINE LATE-START CLASS (02/06–05/26). ONL BRAMAN J 4.0 ONLINE LATE-START CLASS (02/06–05/26). 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English & ESL Course Options English & ESL Course OptionsPlease see a counselor for more information. PR E-TR A NS FER ACE/ESL ACE = 149 American College English ACE/ESL ACE/ESL 149 and 150 will 150 transfer to CSU and UC for elective credit. English and English or English or English 100 100 52 100 Multilingual/ESL TRANSFER These linked courses These sections of provide extra skill development English 100 are specially designed to in transfer-level writing and reading. provide reading and writing support for Students take both English 100 and 52 in the same semester with the students from multilingual/ESL backgrounds. same instructor. English or English 201 202 Some sections of composition courses are offered online or through a combination of classroom and online instruction (hybrid). 05/22 47


English CREDIT COURSE OFFERINGS Class # Days Time Instructor Units Room # Class # Days Time Instructor Units Room # English English ENGL 100 Composition and Reading (continued) ENGL 100 Composition and Reading (continued) Online Hybrid – Oceanside Room # 2031 Th 11 am–12:50 pm SCADUTO E 4.0 ZOOM 2033 Th 12 pm–1:50 pm BORAZ K 4.0 OC 3512 ONLINE 2026 & ONL & ONL ONLINE ONLINE 2819 +2 hours and 30 minutes weekly online. +1 hour and 50 minutes weekly online. 2865 ONLINE This course is taught from a multilingual/ESL perspective. ONLINE 2016 T 12 pm–1:50 pm TSUYUKI C 4.0 OC  T313 LATE-START CLASS (02/09–05/25). & ONL ONLINE ONL HAGEN K 4.0 +1 hour and 50 minutes weekly online. Students in this section must Honors contracts may be available. also enroll in ENGL 52 #2161 or NCENG 52 #3123, a highly supported LATE-START CLASS (03/27–05/20). path to transfer English completion. ONL ZIMMERMAN M 4.0 2014 Th 12 pm–1:50 pm TSUYUKI C 4.0 OC 3607 LATE-START CLASS (03/27–05/20). & ONL ONLINE ONL FAULKNER S 4.0 +1 hour and 50 minutes weekly online. LATE-START CLASS (03/27–05/20). Students in this section must also enroll in ENGL 52 #2164 or NCENG On Campus – Oceanside Room # 52 #3126, a highly supported path to transfer English completion. 1996 TTh 7 am–8:50 am JARA J 4.0 OC 3512 2038 W 1:30 pm–3:20 pm FREEDMAN A 4.0 OC 4612 2021 MW 9 am–10:50 am KIRWAN J 4.0 OC 3512 & ONL ONLINE 2042 TTh 9 am–10:50 am STRONA J 4.0 OC 4611 +1 hour and 50 minutes weekly online. 2041 TTh 9 am–10:50 am STRONA J 4.0 OC 4611 This section is taught from a multilingual/ESL perspective. Students in this section must also enroll in ENGL 52 #2158 or NCENG On Campus – San Elijo Room # 52 #3120, a highly supported path to transfer English completion. 2001 TTh 9 am–10:50 am LAMBERT L 4.0 SAN 308 HAGEN K 4.0 SAN 506 2040 MW 9 am–10:50 am MIDDAUGH M 4.0 OC 3510 2030 MW 11 am–12:50 pm 2044 MW 9 am–10:50 am MIDDAUGH M 4.0 OC 3510 Hybrid – San Elijo Room # Students in this section must also enroll in ENGL 52 #2166 or NCENG 2007 M 9 am–10:50 am BURMAN T 4.0 SAN 607 ONLINE 52 #3128, a highly supported path to transfer English completion. & ONL 2032 TTh 10 am–11:50 am NAGAI T 4.0 OC 3510 +1 hour and 50 minutes weekly online. 2003 TTh 10 am–11:50 am NAGAI T 4.0 OC 3510 2009 T 11 am–12:50 pm BURMAN T 4.0 SAN 506 ONLINE Students in this section must also enroll in ENGL 52 #2162 or NCENG & ONL 52 #3124, a highly supported path to transfer English completion. +1 hour and 50 minutes weekly online. 2025 MW 1:30 pm–3:20 pm STARK H 4.0 OC 3512 2256 TTh 1:30 pm–3:20 pm STRONA J 4.0 OC 4611 Hybrid – CLC Room # This section is designated for active duty military and military 2000 S 8 am–9:50 am STAFF 4.0 CLC 105 ONLINE veterans. For enrollment information, contact MCC Veterans Services & ONL at 760.795.6750, option #3. +1 hour and 50 minutes weekly online. 2004 TTh 1:30 pm–3:20 pm HIDLE J 4.0 OC 3511 ENGL 201 Critical Thinking, Composition, and Literature CSU; UC. PREREQUISITE: ENGL 100 or ENGL 100H. ENROLLMENT Mana program; visit miracosta.edu/mana. Honors contracts may LIMITATION: Not open to students with prior credit in ENGL 201H. be available. 2043 TTh 6 pm–7:50 pm FREEDMAN A 4.0 OC 4612 This section is taught from a multilingual/ESL perspective. Online 1976 2020 MW 11 am–12:50 pm PRESCOTT J 4.0 CLC 101 ONL OBENAUER S 4.0 ONLINE 1988 Students in this section must also enroll in ENGL 52 #2163 or NCENG Honors contracts may be available. 4.0 ONLINE 1979 52 #3125, a highly supported path to transfer English completion. 1975 ONL JARA J 4.0 ONLINE 2725 4.0 ONLINE 2037 MW 11 am–12:50 pm PRESCOTT J 4.0 CLC 101 1972 Honors contracts may be available. 4.0 ONLINE 2723 4.0 ONLINE Honors contracts may be available. 2678 ONL SULLIVAN J 4.0 ONLINE 2661 4.0 ONLINE Hybrid – Oceanside Room # 2278 ONL HOMER S 4.0 ONLINE 2255 4.0 ONLINE 2027 MW 9 am–10:50 am SULLIVAN J 4.0 OC 4611 1994 ONL MAGARGAL K 4.0 ONLINE 1993 4.0 ONLINE & MW 9 am–10:50 am ZOOM 1992 ONL DIAZ Z 4.0 ONLINE 1989 4.0 ONLINE Hyflex. Students will have the option to meet at these times and 1983 ONL MAGARGAL K 4.0 ONLINE 1982 4.0 ONLINE dates in person in the designated classroom or via zoom. Honors 1981 ONL WILLIAMS J 4.0 ONLINE 2712 4.0 ONLINE contracts may be available. ONL BISHOP A 4.0 ONLINE 2019 MW 11 am–12:50 pm NAGAI T 4.0 OC 4801 ONL BISHOP A & MW 11 am–12:50 pm ZOOM ONL ALESSI A Hyflex. Reserved for students in the Transitions program, please ONL LARSON J contact [email protected] to enroll. ONL DOLCE C 2010 Th 12 pm–1:50 pm BORAZ K 4.0 OC 3512 ONL FAZIO-DIBENE & ONL ONLINE ONL WILKINSON S +1 hour and 50 minutes weekly online. ONL BORAZ K Students in this section must also enroll in ENGL 52 #2165 or NCENG ONL WILKINSON S 52 #3127, a highly supported path to transfer English completion. ONL POTRATZ D 2036 T 12 pm–1:50 pm TSUYUKI C 4.0 OC  T313 ONL MCGUINNESS J & ONL ONLINE LATE-START CLASS (03/27–05/20). Honors contracts may be available. 2035 Th 12 pm–1:50 pm TSUYUKI C 4.0 OC 3607 & ONL ONLINE +1 hour and 50 minutes weekly online. MiraCosta College Spring 2023 Credit Courses 760.757.2121 miracosta.edu 48


English as a Second Language Class # Days Time Instructor Units Room # Class # Days Time Instructor Units Room # English English ENGL 201 Critical Thinking, Composition, and Literature (continued) ENGL 202 Critical Thinking and Composition (continued) On Campus – Oceanside Room # On Campus – Oceanside Room # OC 3512 1971 TTh 7 am–8:50 am DIAZ Z 4.0 OC  T306 1962 MW 11 am–12:50 pm MITCHELL C 4.0 OC 3508 ALESSI A 4.0 OC 3510 2277 MW 9 am–10:50 am SANCHEZ V 4.0 OC 3511 1964 TTh 11 am–12:50 pm DAVIS J 4.0 Room # PUENTE: Designated for students in the PUENTE Project; for more 1965 T 6 pm–9:50 pm SAN 506 information complete the PUENTE Intake Form: https://miracosta. edu/student-services/student-equity/puente-project/index.html. Hybrid – San Elijo ONLINE Must also enroll in COUN 105, #2050. 1967 Th 9 am–10:50 am BURMAN T 4.0 1978 TTh 11 am–12:50 pm DARA - 4.0 OC 3511 & ONL 1977 MW 11 am–12:50 pm SANCHEZ V 4.0 OC 3511 +1 hour and 50 minutes weekly online. PUENTE: Designated for students in the PUENTE Project; for more ENGL 202H Critical Thinking and Composition (Honors) information complete the PUENTE Intake Form: https://miracosta. CSU; UC. PREREQUISITES: ENGL 100 or ENGL 100H. ENROLLMENT edu/student-services/student-equity/puente-project/index.html. LIMITATION: Not open to students with prior credit in ENGL 202. Must also enroll in COUN 105, #2538. 1980 MW 1:30 pm–3:20 pm ROBERTS A 4.0 OC 3607 Online 2545 ONL 1991 TTh 6 pm–7:50 pm HANSON C 4.0 OC 3512 ANTE-CONTRER 4.0 ONLINE Hybrid – Oceanside Room # ENGL 280 Creative Writing CSU; UC. PREREQUISITE: ACE 150, ENGL 50, ESL 150, or eligibility 1986 TTh 9 am–10:50 am SULLIVAN J 4.0 OC 4802 determined by the English placement process. & TTh 9 am–10:50 am ZOOM Hyflex. Students will have the option to meet at these times and dates in person in the designated classroom or via Zoom. The class does Online 1957 ONL not include an asynchronous option. CORDERO K 3.0 ONLINE 1974 F 8 am–9:50 am MCGUINNESS J 4.0 OC 3512 Hybrid – Oceanside Room # & ONL ONLINE 1956 T 3:30 pm–4:45 pm GUTIERREZ S 3.0 OC 3512 ONLINE +1 hour and 50 minutes weekly online. & ONL 1984 Th 9 am–10:50 am HIDLE J 4.0 OC  T306 +1 hour and 15 minutes weekly online. & ONL ONLINE +1 hour and 50 minutes weekly online. 1973 M 11 am–12:50 pm UNDERWOOD S 4.0 OC 3510 & ONL ONLINE English as a Second Language +1 hour and 50 minutes weekly online. 1987 T 3:30 pm–5:20 pm ANTE-CONTRER 4.0 OC 3607 ESL 20 Listening and Speaking for Non-Native Speakers of English & ONL ONLINE +1 hour and 50 minutes weekly online. Hybrid – Oceanside Room # 1985 M 6 pm–7:50 pm LARSON J 4.0 OC  T306 2406 W 10:30 am–11:45 am BROWN D 3.0 OC 4612 & ONL ONLINE & W 10:30 am–11:45 am ZOOM +1 hour and 50 minutes weekly online. & ONL ONLINE Hybrid – San Elijo Room # +1 hour and 20 minutes weekly online. Hyflex. Students can attend 1990 M 11 am–12:50 pm DOLCE C 4.0 SAN 308 scheduled class times on-campus OR via Zoom, student choice. ONLINE CLASS DATES (01/23–05/26). & ONL +1 hour and 50 minutes weekly online. On Campus – CLC Room # 3.0 CLC 102 ENGL 202 Critical Thinking and Composition 3042 F 8:30 am–11:20 am HOARD M CSU; UC. PREREQUISITES: ENGL 100 or ENGL 100H. ENROLLMENT CLASS DATES (01/23–05/26). LIMITATION: Not open to students with prior credit in ENGL 202H. ESL 30 Reading and Vocabulary Development for Non-Native Online Speakers of English 1968 1966 ONL POTRATZ D 4.0 ONLINE Online 1963 4.0 ONLINE 2266 ONL SANTIAGO VEN 4.0 ONLINE 2404 M 9 am–10:15 am PACKER E 3.0 ZOOM 1961 4.0 ONLINE ONLINE 1969 ONL BURNS S 4.0 ONLINE & ONL 4.0 ONLINE 2659 ONL HETRICK K +1 hour and 30 minutes weekly online. 4.0 ONLINE 1970 ONL BURMAN T CLASS DATES (01/23–05/26). 4.0 ONLINE 2660 ONL STRONA J ESL 40 Grammar for Non-Native Speakers of English CLASS DATES (01/23–03/18). 4.0 ONLINE 2268 ONL GUTIERREZ S 4.0 ONLINE Online LATE-START CLASS (02/06–05/26). 1073 ONL BAILEY K 3.0 ONLINE ONL HOMER S LATE-START CLASS (02/06–05/26). LATE-START CLASS (03/27–05/20). ONL HETRICK K Hybrid – CLC Room # LATE-START CLASS (03/27–05/20). 2405 Th 6 pm–8:50 pm HOARD M 3.0 CLC 102 ONL WOOD S & Th 6 pm–8:50 pm ZOOM LATE-START CLASS (03/27–05/20). Hyflex. Students can attend scheduled class times on-campus OR via Zoom, student choice. CLASS DATES (01/23–05/26). surf.miracosta.edu OC=Oceanside Campus SAN=San Elijo Campus CLC=Community Learning Center Class Details & to Enroll 49


English as a Second Language CREDIT COURSE OFFERINGS Class # Days Time Instructor Units Room # Class # Days Time Instructor Units Room # English as a Second Language Film ESL 80 Advanced Grammar for Writing for Non-Native Speakers of FILM 101 Introduction to Film English CSU; UC. ENROLLMENT LIMITATION: Not open to students with prior credit in FILM 101H. Hybrid – Oceanside Room # 1072 W 12 pm–1:15 pm BROWN D 3.0 OC 4612 Online 1821 & W 12 pm–1:15 pm ZOOM 1824 ONL BOLAND P 3.0 ONLINE 1823 3.0 ONLINE & ONL ONLINE 2434 Honors Contracts may be available. 3.0 ONLINE 1826 3.0 ONLINE +1 hour and 50 minutes weekly online. Hyflex. Students can attend ONL COLLINS-PORT 3.0 ONLINE 1829 scheduled class times on-campus OR via Zoom, student choice. Honors contracts may be available. 3.0 ONLINE LATE-START CLASS (02/06–05/26). 1825 2706 ONL LAYNE T 3.0 ONLINE 3.0 ONLINE ESL 149 Introduction to Academic Writing for Students from ONL MANSOUR D Multilingual Backgrounds CSU; UC. ENROLLMENT LIMITATION: Not open to students with prior ONL BOLAND P credit in ACE 149 or ENGL 49. Honors Contracts may be available. LATE-START CLASS (02/06–05/26). ONL BOLAND P Online Honors Contracts may be available. 2547 LATE-START CLASS (02/06–05/26). ONL ROSTWOROWSKI 4.0 ONLINE LATE-START CLASS (02/06–05/26). ONL SPRAGUE T LATE-START CLASS (02/21–05/20). Hybrid – Oceanside Room # ONL BAGGETT A 2400 T 9 am–10:50 am RABINOVICH E 4.0 OC 4612 Honors Contracts may be available. & T 9 am–10:50 am ZOOM LATE-START CLASS (03/27–05/20). & ONL ONLINE Hybrid – Oceanside Room # +2 hours and 15 minutes weekly online. Hyflex. Students can attend 1830 T 6 pm–7:15 pm DUMAIS L 3.0 OC 2304 ONLINE scheduled class times on-campus OR via Zoom, student choice. & ONL STAFF CLASS DATES (01/23–05/26). +1 hour 20 minutes weekly online. ESL 150 Introduction to College Composition for Students from On Campus – Oceanside Room # Multilingual Backgrounds 3.0 OC 3601 CSU; UC. PREREQUISITE: ACE 149, ENGL 49, ESL 149, or eligibility de- 1820 F 9:30 am–12:40 pm WALCUTT J termined by the English placement process. ENROLLMENT LIMITATION: CLASS DATES (01/27–05/26) 3.0 OC 3601 Not open to students with prior credit in ACE 150 or ENGL 50. 1819 M 6 pm–9:05 pm GUNN B CLASS DATES (01/24–05/23) Online Honors contracts may be available. 1070 ONL LACKKATY S 4.0 ONLINE Hybrid – San Elijo Room # ONLINE & ONL 1822 Th 6:30 pm–7:50 pm DUMAIS L 3.0 SAN 606 LATE-START CLASS (02/06–05/26). & ONL ONLINE Hybrid – Oceanside Room # +1 hour 20 minutes weekly online. Honors contracts may be available. 2402 T 11 am–12:50 pm LACKKATY S 4.0 OC 4612 FILM 105 Introduction to Media Writing CSU; UC. PREREQUISITE: ACE 150, ENGL 50, ESL 150, or eligibility & T 11 am–12:50 pm ZOOM determined by the English placement process. & ONL ONLINE +2 hours and 15 minutes weekly online. Hyflex. Students can attend scheduled class times on-campus OR via Zoom, student choice. Online CLASS DATES (01/23–05/26). 1818 ONL BOLAND P 3.0 ONLINE On Campus – Oceanside Room # 3.0 OC 3102 1827 Th 6 pm–9:15 pm BOLAND P LATE-START CLASS (02/09–05/25). Ethnic Studies ETHN 207 Race and Ethnic Relations FILM 111 Film History I: 1880–1945 CSU; UC. ENROLLMENT LIMITATION: Not open to students with prior CSU; UC. ENROLLMENT LIMITATION: Not open to students with prior credit in SOC 207. credit in FILM 111H. Online ONL QUINTANILLA 3.0 ONLINE Online ONL VILLANE F 3.0 ONLINE ONL LOPEZ A 3.0 ONLINE 1817 CLASS DATES (01/23–03/18). 2638 2639 On Campus – Oceanside Room # FILM 112 Film History II: 1945-Present CSU; UC. ENROLLMENT LIMITATION: Not open to students with prior 2637 M 10:30 am–11:45 am QUINTANILLA 3.0 OC 3205 credit in FILM 112H. ONLINE & ONL +1 hour 25 minutes weekly online Online 1816 2788 TTh 12 pm–1:15 pm HOSKINS B 3.0 OC 3101 ONL GUNN B 3.0 ONLINE LATE-START CLASS (02/07–05/23). Honors Contracts may be available. LATE-START CLASS (03/27–05/20). Hybrid – Oceanside Room # 3207 W 6 pm–7:15 pm VILLANE F 3.0 OC 3601 & ONL ONLINE +1 hour 20 minutes weekly online. Honors contracts may be available. MiraCosta College Spring 2023 Credit Courses 760.757.2121 miracosta.edu 50


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