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Spring 2024 Courses

 
SUBJECT & COURSE #  CLASS TITLE  CREDITS  FORMAT
ART 100 History of Art l 3 Online
Unit(s): 3.0  Class Hours: 54.0 Lecture 
(Letter Grade Only) 
This course provides an overview of Western art and architecture from prehistory through the medieval period.(C-ID: ARTH 110) (CSU/UC)
CHIC 100  Intro to Chicana/o Studies 3 Online

Unit(s): 3.0  Class Hours: 54.0 Lecture

(Letter Grade or Pass/No Pass)

This course offers an introduction to Chicana/o studies as an academic discipline. It focuses on its origins, development, and theories that contribute to its formation. Furthermore, it analyzes and evaluates Chicana/o perspectives on revisionist history; demographics; employment; political and socioeconomic trends; education; and the arts. This course will also examine, compare and contrast, such topics as cultural values, social organization, urbanization patterns of the Chicana/o in the U.S., migration, identity and gender roles as well as their struggles in education, politics and legislation. Due to the nature of the subject, students will be exposed to some Spanish phrases, words, and expressions. (Formerly HUM/SPAN 262) (CSU/UC)

COMM 100 Oral Communication 3 Online

Unit(s): 3.0  Class Hours: 54.0 Lecture

(Letter Grade Only)

Training in the fundamental processes involved in oral communication with emphasis on organizing material, outlining, constructing, and delivering various forms of speeches.(C-ID: COMM 110) (CSU/UC)

HIST 121 US History: Reconstruct-Present 3 Online

Unit(s): 3.0  Class Hours: 54.0 Lecture

(Letter Grade Only)

This course is a survey of American history from Reconstruction to the present. This course will cover the major political, economic, social, gender, racial, cultural and intellectual transformations of the modern American eras. Of special note will be an examination of America's rise to global power. At the completion of this course students will have a broad understanding of the most important ideas, personalities, movements, and events in the modern period.(C-ID: HIST 140) (CSU/UC)

MUS 102 Intro to Music Lit & Listening 3 Online

Unit(s): 3.0  Class Hours: 54.0 Lecture

(Letter Grade Only)

An introduction to music literature with emphasis on listening experience. Students study the expressive materials of music and the major forms of music literature including music of the Middle Ages, Renaissance, Baroque, Classical, and Romantic eras as well as 20th century, Jazz, American music, Rock, and Non-Western music. Emphasis placed on the skills and understanding necessary for lifelong music listening experiences. (C-ID: MUS 100) (CSU/UC)

POLS 102 American Gov & Politics 3 Online

Unit(s): 3.0  Class Hours: 54.0 Lecture

(Letter Grade Only)

The origin, development and operation of local, state, and national political institutions in the United States, emphasizing the contemporary operations of the American political system. (C-ID: POLS 110) (CSU/UC)

PSY 101  Introduction to Psychology 3 Online

Unit(s): 3.0  Class Hours: 54.0 Lecture

(Letter Grade Only)

Recommended Preparation(s): Twelfth grade reading level is highly recommended.

An introduction to the study of human behavior and cognition. Includes consideration of many of the major topics in psychology including, but not limited to, the biology of behavior, learning, human development, sleep and consciousness, personality, mental disorders and therapy, and social processes. (C-ID: PSY 110) (CSU/UC)

SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology 3 Online

Unit(s): 3.0  Class Hours: 54.0 Lecture

(Letter Grade Only)

Introduction to the study of society. Overview of major concepts, methods and theoretical perspectives including: culture, social structure, institutions, socialization, gender, race, social class, inequality, deviance, and social control. Topics include macro and micro theories. (C-ID: SOCI 110) (CSU/UC)

AUT 130 Automotive Electronics I 3 Face-to-face (CUHS & SHS students only)

Unit(s): 3.0  Class Hours: 36.0 Lecture, 54.0 Lab

(Letter Grade Only)

This introductory course covers the study of automotive electrical systems including basic diagnosis and service procedures on the various systems. Student will analyze, test, and repair electrical problems using electronic equipment. Topics also include the construction, operation, and function of automotive electrical components. (CSU)

AUT 135 Automotive Techniques and Applications 3 Face-to-face (CUHS & SHS students only)

Unit(s): 3.0  Class Hours: 18.0 Lecture, 108.0 Lab

(Letter Grade Only)

This course is designed for students that already completed classes in brakes, suspension, wheel alignment, and basic automotive electronics or students who are currently employed in the automotive field. This course consists of reviews of hands-on using worksheets related to diagnose brake repair, steering/suspension repair and four wheel alignment. In addition, the student will be using the latest diagnostic equipment and service techniques of the automotive field. (Nontransferable, AA/AS degree only)

WELD 100 Welding Technology 5 Face-to-Face (BUHS students only)

Unit(s): 5.0  Class Hours: 54.0 Lecture, 108.0 Lab

(Letter Grade Only)

This course is designed to be a study of Welding Technology and related Industrial Safety. The student will develop the theory and knowledge base to be able to safely and properly practice welding techniques in the following welding processes; Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW), Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW), Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW), Oxy/Fuel Welding and Cutting (OFW/C), and Plasma Arc Cutting (PAC). To support and enhance the understanding and application of Welding Technology principles, the student will develop an understanding of Industrial Safety Standards, Technical Drawings, Weld/Welding Symbols, Electrical Fundamentals, Fundamental Welding Metallurgy, Fundamentals of Quality Assurance, and Weld Testing/Inspection. The development of welding skills sets and practices for all applicable welding processes will require the proper use of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and the application of all Safety Rules. (CSU)

      *Subject to change

More information about courses of instruction can be found on our 2023-2024 IVC Catalog  https://imperial.curriqunet.com/catalog/iq/6395/6477

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