Courses to Consider

Summer sessions

Summer 2016

Visit the summer online schedule or InSite/WebAdvisor

Art courses

Art Courses


The DVC Art Department is offering several studio and art history courses this summer. Courses include Drawing, Printmaking, Painting, Photography, Sculpture, Whell-Thrown Ceramic, and Art History.

View art courses in the summer schedule now! 




Music Industry Studies

Music Industry Studies Courses

Enroll in Ableton Live this summer! Ableton is the #1 rated software music sequencer and digital audio workstation. 

MUSIC-190AL section 4252
Introduction to Ableton Live
Monday - Thursday, 12:45 - 2:15 p.m.

Attention songwriters! Songwriting I is offered this summer. Register now!

MUSX-182 section 4248
Songwriting I  
Monday - Thursday, 10:30 a.m. - 12:35 p.m. 

A Capella Camp 

Summer A Capella Camp

If you never missed an episode of the Sing Off, could not wait to see Perfect Pitch 2, and have always wanted to be part of an incredible a capella group, join us for the second annual DVC A Capella Camp, August 1-5.  

MUSIC-166 section 4252
Chamber Singers
Monday - Thursday, 8:15 a.m. - 5 p.m.
August 1 - 5

Learn more about the DVC A Capella Camp.

ECE 124 Child Development and Psychology

Child Development and Psychology

Learn about Children while completing this UC/CSU transferable course!

Also applies towards IGETC and DVC General ED requirements!

ECE 124 section 8015

June 20 - July 27

Monday and Wednesday, 5:30 - 9:45 p.m.


For questions, please contact Janet Mason at



Fall 2016

Visit the fall online schedule or InSite/WebAdvisor

Chem 106 - Chemistry for Non-Science Majors

Chemistry for Non-Science Majors

Learn about chemistry in food and in the kitchen, in global climate change, in energy, in the economy, and in jobs. 

CHEM 106 sections 2273 or 2284

Hybrid course: face-to-face lab, one day (three hours) per week
Lecture: online, asynchronous and interactive lab
Lab: Monday, 2-4:50 p.m. for section 2273 or Wednesday, 2-4:50 p.m. for section 2284

Please note: CHEM-106 is NOT a preparatory course for other chemistry courses!