Courses to Consider

courses to consider

 

Spring 2015 courses to consider

Visit the spring online schedule or InSite/WebAdvisor

 


sustainable cooking

Sustainable Hospitality - Energy, Water and Waste

This unique class infuses sustainable practices into culinary skills, educating leaders with the skills, knowledge, and abilities to maximize efficiency, productivity, and profitability.

Sustainable Hospitality - Energy, Water and Waste
CULN-150S-8649

1 unit
February 26 - March 26
Thursday, 4 p.m. - 7:20 p.m.
HSF 291

 ECE 124

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

Also applies towards IGETC and DVC General ED requirements!

For questions please contact Janet Mason

ECE-124-8481 - Child Development and Psychology

3 units
January 12 - May 20
Monday, 4-6:50 p.m.
LA 218

 architecture 150

Are you interested in designing everyday objects including furniture, tools, appliances, computer peripherals, vehicles and even shoes, sporting goods and outdoor equipment? 

Learn about design methods, ergonomics, drawing and sketching methods, modeling techniques, and even get a chance to use the campus 3D printers and laser cutters to prototype new design concepts for your portfolio. 

ARCHI 150P-1791: Introduction to Industrial and Product Design. 

T TH 8-10:50 a.m. 
full term
ET-103

 

 Engl 164  

Explore the exciting and symbolic world of Native American literature

Presents literary traditions and cultures via oral and written works such as songs, myths, folktales, oratories, autobiographies, films, plays, poetry and prose.

ENGL-164-3318 - Native American Literatures

3 units
full term
M W 12:30-1:50 p.m.
H 105
David Vela

Check out the many unique English literature courses available in the spring. There is a class for every interest.
view Spring 2015 English Literature flyer