Courses to Consider

Fall 2015

 

Fall 2015

Visit the fall online schedule or InSite/WebAdvisor.

There are still many late-start and online classes available this fall!

DVC Pace Program

PACE Program

Are you working full-time? Juggling a very busy life? Well, you might want to consider PACE - an associate degree program that fits your schedule.

The PACE (Program for Adult College Education) program is designed for working adults interested in completing an associate of arts degree (with or without a transfer goal). A two-year program, PACE students complete a fixed sequence of courses over four terms. PACE classes are scheduled one evening per week and selected Saturdays each month, along with a substantial amount of class work completed online.

For more information, please visit www.dvc.edu/pace.

 

Cooperative Work Experience 

COOP/Work Experience - Late-start classes

Did you know that you can earn college credit for your job?


September 2 - December 18 (15 weeks)

General Work Experience Education
COOP-160 section 7280

Occupational Work Experience Education
COOP-170 section 7720

Internship in Occupational Work Experience Education
COOP-180 section 7500

For more information, go to www.dvc.edu/coop.

Humanities 111 - The Middle Ages and Renaissance

HUMAN-111 The Middle Ages and Renaissance

Meet DVC GE requirements while taking this UC/CSU transferable course. 

August 15 - December 18

HUMAN-111 section 2240 HUMAN-111 section 2220
3 units 3 units
M W 7 - 8:20 a.m. M W 12:30 - 1:50 p.m.
H-106 H-107

 

Meets humanities major requirements

Computer Literacy 

COMSC-101 Computer Literacy

Want to take a fun, interesting and useful hybrid course? 

August 15 - December 18

COMSC-101 section 8067

3 units

T TH 7 - 9:50 p.m.

ATC-113

Learn about technology while taking this UC/CSU transferable course!

Humanities 105 - Arts and Ideas

HUMAN-105 Introduction to Humanities: Arts and Ideas

 

August 15 - December 18

HUMAN-105 section 8676

3 units

TH 4 - 6:50 p.m.

H-107

 

Humanities 118 - Film, Fiction and Criticism

HUMAN-118 Film, Fiction and Criticism

 

August 15 - December 18

HUMAN-118 section 8203

3 units

W  4 - 6:50 p.m.

H-107

 

Humanities 112 - Introduction to the Modern World

HUMAN-112 Introduction to Humanities: The Modern World

 

August 15 - December 18

HUMAN-112 section 2820

3 units

T TH 9:30 - 10:50 a.m.

H-108

Humanities 108 - The Roots of Hell

HUMAN-108 The Roots of Hell

 

August 15 - December 18

HUMAN-108 section 2246

3 units

M W 12:30 - 1:50 p.m.

H-109

Humanities 123 - American Popular Culture

HUMAN-123 The Humanities in American Popular Culture

 

August 15 - December 18

HUMAN-123 section 2816

3 units

M W  9:30 - 10:50 a.m.

H-109

Philosophy 120 - Introduction to Philosophy 

PHILO-120 Introduction to Philosophy

 

August 15 - December 18

PHILO-120 section 8341

3 units

M  7 - 9:50 p.m.

H-108

 

Philosophy 220 - Comparative Religion

PHILO-220 Comparative Religion

 

August 15 - December 18

PHILO-220 section 8348

3 units

TH  4 - 6:50 p.m.

H-108

Child Development and Psychology

ECE-124 Child Development and Psychology (days updated)

Learn about children while completing this UC/CSU transferable class!

August 15 - December 18

ECE-124 section 1179

3 units

T TH  9:30 - 10:50 a.m.

H-110

This course applies towards IGETC and DVC GE requirements.

Rock Theory and Live Music Production

Music-108 Rock Theory and Improvisation I
Music-109 Live Music Production and Stagecraft I

Music-208 Rock Theory and Improvisation II
Music-209 Live Music Production and Stagecraft II

Guitar, bass, drums, keys, vocals and horns welcome!

August 15 - December 18

MUSIC-108 section 8015
MUSIC-109 section 8017
MUSIC-208 section 8079
MUSIC-209 section 8082
1 unit 1 unit
W 4-7:10 p.m. W 7:30-10:40 p.m.
M-101 M-101

 

Advanced ESL Writing

ESL-98A Advanced ESL Writing

Improve your English and prepare to transfer!

August 15 - December 18

ESL-98A section 3311

3 units

M W 11 a.m.-12:20 p.m.
W 8:30-9:20 a.m.

LC-110

Topics will include writing from experience, finding oneself, stages of life, crossing cultures, traditional and changing gender roles, and scientific insights on emotions.

Survey of American Literature

ENGL-262 Survey of American Literature

Learn about our country’s past.

August 15 - December 18

ENGL-262 section 1084

3 units

M W 9:30-10:50 a.m.

LA-114

This course is CSU and UC transferrable and is approved for UCB English majors.

 

The Short Film

ENGL-152 The Short Film

Bring your own popcorn.

August 15 - December 18

ENGL-152 section 2652

T TH 12:30–1:50 p.m.

3 units

LA-112

This course is CSU and UC transferrable (credit limits may apply to UC – see counselor). Applies towards IGETC CSU or UC and DVC or CSU GE requirements.