Our Sunland-Tujunga Campus is open for fall Session B classes. Complete a class in just 8 weeks!
Classes start this week!
ESLCVCS 013CE – ESL AND CIVICS IV – NONCREDIT
Prerequisite: None | Advisory: CASAS ELL Level B (200) Level E (250) | Lecture: 3 hours
This is an open-entry, open-exit communicative-based course designed to introduce high-beginning level non-native adult
learners to U.S. history and government and promote civic participation. This course will cover U.S. geography, American
symbols and celebrations, the three branches of government, and types of government including state and local government.
Students will also begin preparing for the U.S. Citizenship and Naturalization Oral Test.
28941 LEC 6:45p–9:55p MW SUN-TUJ TBA 10/25–12/19
BSICSKL 025CE – BASIC SKILLS IN COMPUTERS – NONCREDIT
Prerequisite: None | Lab: 3 hours
This is a basic computer skills class for students with no previous computer training or experience. It is designed to assist
students understand the basic computer hardware and the computer operating system. The class will also focus on
developing basic computer literacy skills using Microsoft Office. Students will also become familiar with online search engines
and tools and will be able to conduct a simple on-line search and use e-mail to send and receive messages.
28939 LEC 4:10p–6:15p MTW SUN-TUJ TBA 10/25–12/19
BSICSKL 075CE – INTRODUCTION TO POST-SECONDARY EDUCATION – NONCREDIT
Prerequisite: None | Lecture: 9 hours
Course introduces students to the opportunities and benefits of a post-secondary education and the importance of developing
cognitive and learning strategies, content knowledge, and self-management skills to successfully achieve their academic and
career goals. Students also focus on evaluating college and career options, financial aid options, and the basic steps to
enrolling in community college. This course may be scheduled at times to be arranged (TBA) for a minimum of 9 hours.
28947 LEC 9:00a–11:50a F SUN-TUJ TBA Meeting Dates: 12/3, 12/10, 12/17
28949 LEC 10:30a–12:35p Sat SUN-TUJ TBA Meeting Dates: 10/30, 11/6, 11/20
BSICSKL 091CE – JOB READINESS 100 – NONCREDIT
Prerequisite: None | Lecture: 4 hours
This course focuses on developing workplace readiness skills for the 21st Century that enable students to optimize their
strengths and attain their career goals. This course prepares students to successfully collaborate with co-workers in diverse
settings by identifying their existing leadership and interpersonal skills, practicing tools for effective communication, and
crafting an ethical code of conduct that can be applied to respect differences, resolve conflicts, and find commonality to
enhance the work environment. Students also develop their oral presentation skills.
28936 LEC 8:45a–1:00p MW SUN-TUJ Palmer, P 10/25–12/19
CLN ART 050 – SANITATION AND SAFETY
Prerequisite: None | Lecture: 2 hours
An introduction to the basic principles of sanitation, safety, work simplification, and use and care of institutional food service
equipment. Emphasis is on the importance of proper employee training practices as related to food safety. ServSafe Food
Handler’s Manager Certification will be obtained upon successfully passing exam.
28898 LEC 7:30a–10:00a Sat SUN-TUJ Sanchez, J 10/25–12/19
& LEC 1 hr 50 min /wk TBA INTERENT Sanchez, J 10/25–12/19
ESL NC 021CE ESL CONVERSATION – NONCREDIT
Prerequisite: None | Lecture: 3 hours
This is an open-entry, open-exit communicative-based course designed to develop the listening and speaking skills of beginning
level non-native adult learners. Students will be introduced to vocabulary and life skills needed to function in routine social and
vocational situations. Activities ranging from dialogues, pair work, group work, and role plays will be used to develop fluency
and help students achieve the language competencies needed to succeed in academic and vocational settings.
28883 LEC 6:25p–10:00p TTH SUN-TUJ Sanders, E 10/25–12/19
ESL NC 023CE ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE: SPEECH I – NONCREDIT
Prerequisite: None | Lecture: 4 hours
This is an open-entry course designed to provide an overview and review in Math, English, and Study Skills. The content in
this course may be adapted for cohorts preparing for specific assessments or as intensive college or career preparation
workshop in specific content areas in English, Math, or Study Skills.
28882 LEC 8:45a–1:35p TTh SUN-TUJ Kotanjyan, N 10/25–12/1
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