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Health Education
CRN  Subj  Crse  Sec  Credits  Title  Campus 
Important notation! Start Date  End Date  Days  Times  Bldg  Room 
32608 HED R101 0 3.00 Health and Society Oxnard College
  JAN 11, 2016 MAY 18, 2016 W 5:30pm- 6:45pm PE 4
  JAN 11, 2016 MAY 18, 2016 TBA 1.50 HRS/WK ONLINE WEB  
  Instructor(s): Habring-Frehlich, Dianne
32790 HED R101 0 3.00 Health and Society Oxnard College
  JAN 11, 2016 MAY 18, 2016 MW 9:30am-10:45am PE 4
  Instructor(s): Habring-Frehlich, Dianne
31701 HED R101 001 3.00 Health and Society Oxnard College
  JAN 11, 2016 MAY 18, 2016 F 9:00am-11:50am PE 4
  Instructor(s): Pena, Rebecca
32235 HED R101 002 3.00 Health and Society Oxnard College
  JAN 11, 2016 MAY 18, 2016 MW 8:00am- 9:15am PE 4
  Instructor(s): Habring-Frehlich, Dianne
34643 HED R101 003 3.00 Health and Society Oxnard College
  JAN 11, 2016 MAY 18, 2016 W 7:00pm- 9:50pm PE 4
  Instructor(s): Habring-Frehlich, Dianne
30525 HED R102 001 3.00 Fitness/Nutrition/Health Oxnard College
  JAN 11, 2016 MAY 18, 2016 MW 8:00am- 9:15am JCC 1A
  Instructor(s): Sharp, Gene
35945 HED R102 003 3.00 Fitness/Nutrition/Health Oxnard College
  JAN 11, 2016 MAY 18, 2016 TR 11:00am-12:15pm LA 14
  Instructor(s): Pena, Rebecca
30234 HED R102L 001 1.00 Fitness/Nutrition/Health Lab Oxnard College
  JAN 11, 2016 MAY 18, 2016 MW 9:30am-10:45am PE 5
  Instructor(s): Sharp, Gene
32010 HED R102L 002 1.00 Fitness/Nutrition/Health Lab Oxnard College
  JAN 11, 2016 MAY 18, 2016 TR 12:30pm- 1:45pm PE 5
  Instructor(s): Pena, Rebecca
32363 HED R103 0 3.00 Women's Health Oxnard College
  JAN 11, 2016 MAY 18, 2016 M 7:00pm- 9:50pm PE 4
  Instructor(s): Habring-Frehlich, Dianne
32354 HED R104 0 3.00 Family & Personal Health Oxnard College
  JAN 11, 2016 MAY 18, 2016 TBA 3.00 HRS/WK ONLINE WEB  
  Instructor(s): McClurkin, Ron
33821 HED R104 001 3.00 Family & Personal Health Oxnard College
  JAN 11, 2016 MAY 18, 2016 TBA 3.00 HRS/WK ONLINE WEB  
  Instructor(s): McClurkin, Ron
31220 HED R104 002 3.00 Family & Personal Health Oxnard College
  JAN 11, 2016 MAY 18, 2016 TR 9:30am-10:45am JCC 1A
  Instructor(s): McClurkin, Ron
34520 HED R104 004 3.00 Family & Personal Health Oxnard College
  JAN 11, 2016 MAY 18, 2016 R 1:00pm- 3:50pm PE 4
  Instructor(s): Habring-Frehlich, Dianne
31771 HED R105 001 3.00 First Aid/Personal Safety Oxnard College
  JAN 11, 2016 MAY 18, 2016 TR 9:30am-10:45am PE 4
  Instructor(s): Jara, Mai
37423 HED R105 002 3.00 First Aid/Personal Safety Oxnard College
  JAN 11, 2016 MAY 18, 2016 TR 11:00am-12:15pm PE 4
  Instructor(s): Jara, Mai
32555 HED R106A 0 3.00 Intro to Athletic Training Oxnard College
  JAN 11, 2016 MAY 18, 2016 MW 9:30am-10:45am PE 6
  Instructor(s): Shiratori, Yoshiyuki
31214 HED R106B 001 3.00 Care of Athletic Injuries Oxnard College
  JAN 11, 2016 MAY 18, 2016 MW 9:30am-10:45am PE 6
  Instructor(s): Shiratori, Yoshiyuki
32495 HED R107 0 3.00 HED/Fitness/Self-Defense Oxnard College
  JAN 11, 2016 MAY 18, 2016 MW 11:00am-12:15pm JCC 1A
  Instructor(s): Casillas, Graciela
31699 HED R110 0 3.00 Intro to Kinesiology Oxnard College
  JAN 11, 2016 MAY 18, 2016 MW 11:00am-12:15pm JCC 2A
  Instructor(s): Ulrich, Rachel
History
CRN  Subj  Crse  Sec  Credits  Title  Campus 
Important notation! Start Date  End Date  Days  Times  Bldg  Room 
38773 HIST R100A 001 3.00 World History I Oxnard College
  JAN 11, 2016 MAY 18, 2016 MW 11:00am-12:15pm LA 6
  Instructor(s): Hughes, Kevin
30989 HIST R100A 002 3.00 World History I Oxnard College
  JAN 11, 2016 MAY 18, 2016 M 7:00pm- 9:50pm LA 6
  Instructor(s): Lieser, Joshua
  Additional Notes NOTE: CRN 30989 is being offered fully online. There will be no orientation or in-person class meetings. All activities and assignments will be completed and submitted online. You will need to enter the virtual class room as soon as the classroom becomes available on 1/12/15 (and no later than by Wednesday, 1/14/15) and make an introduction post on the discussions board set up for this purpose. You will also need to complete mini-quiz within “quizzes” by 1/14/15. These two activities will constitute your first week class attendance. Failure to complete BOTH these activities will result in your being dropped from class. The textbook is required, and you will need to use it throughout the semester, starting from the first day of class. To be able to participate regularly in class activities and complete this class successfully you must have easy access to a fairly new computer and fast and reliable internet. Please enter the class and familiarize yourself with the class layout and the various function tabs in the classroom and download the class syllabus from the basic information learning module in “content.” You will receive an email from the instructor before the first day of class with additional information. If you have questions, please email your instructor at iedwards@vcccd.edu.
32434 HIST R100B 0 3.00 World History II Oxnard College
  JAN 11, 2016 MAY 18, 2016 TR 11:00am-12:15pm AA 101
  Instructor(s): Hughes, Kevin
32090 HIST R101A 0 3.00 History of the United States I Oxnard College
  JAN 11, 2016 MAY 18, 2016 TBA 3.00 HRS/WK ONLINE WEB  
  Instructor(s): Lieser, Joshua
  Additional Notes NOTE: CRN 32090 History R101A Online (18 Weeks): US History to 1877, Dr. Lieser. On the first day of class (as indicated in the OC schedule), you will be required to do two things: Orient yourself to the course on Desire2Learn (click on "MyCourses" in your my.vcccd.edu account, click on the class name, find the syllabus under the Content tab and follow the posted instructions) and also verify that you have purchased the required textbooks - U.S. A Narrative History Volume I: to 1865 (Sixth Edition) and Major Problems in American History Volume I: to 1877 (Third Edition). You must do this by uploading a copy of your receipts or a "selfie" of you with your books to the required link on Desire2Learn, found under the Content tab. If you do not log into the class or fail to reply to complete the assignment confirming your textbook purchase by 11:59pm on the first day, you will be dropped from the course. History is a fun and enriching subject, but this online class is very demanding and requires a serious student. You will need to commit to reading and homework assignments that average at least six hours a week, have good study habits and computer skills, have daily access to an updated computer with broadband Internet, and check you emails regularly (otherwise this course is not for you).
31899 HIST R101A 0 3.00 History of the United States I Oxnard College
  JAN 11, 2016 MAY 18, 2016 TR 8:00am- 9:15am LA 7
  Instructor(s): Salinas, Tomas
31674 HIST R101A 0 3.00 History of the United States I Oxnard College
  JAN 11, 2016 MAY 18, 2016 R 7:00pm- 9:50pm NH 1
  Instructor(s): Dorrance, Carolyn
31489 HIST R101A 0 3.00 History of the United States I Oxnard College
  JAN 11, 2016 MAY 18, 2016 MW 12:30pm- 1:45pm OE 1
  Instructor(s): Lieser, Joshua
32395 HIST R101A 0 3.00 History of the United States I Oxnard College
  JAN 11, 2016 MAY 18, 2016 T 4:00pm- 6:50pm NH 1
  Instructor(s): Dorrance, Carolyn
32378 HIST R101A 0 3.00 History of the United States I Oxnard College
  JAN 11, 2016 MAY 18, 2016 TR 9:30am-10:45am LS 8
  Instructor(s): Hughes, Kevin
32359 HIST R101A 0 3.00 History of the United States I Oxnard College
  JAN 11, 2016 MAY 18, 2016 TR 11:00am-12:15pm LS 8
  Instructor(s): Salinas, Tomas
32305 HIST R101A 0 3.00 History of the United States I Oxnard College
  JAN 11, 2016 MAY 18, 2016 MW 8:00am- 9:15am LA 7
  Instructor(s): Salinas, Tomas
32297 HIST R101A 0 3.00 History of the United States I Oxnard College
  JAN 11, 2016 MAY 18, 2016 MW 11:00am-12:15pm LS 8
  Instructor(s): Salinas, Tomas
32293 HIST R101A 0 3.00 History of the United States I Oxnard College
  JAN 11, 2016 MAR 13, 2016 W 4:00pm- 6:50pm LS 16
  JAN 11, 2016 MAR 13, 2016 TBA 3.00 HRS/WK ONLINE WEB  
  Instructor(s): Lieser, Joshua
  Additional Notes NOTE: CRN 32293 History R101A Hybrid (9 Weeks): US History to 1877, Dr. Lieser. On the first day of class (as indicated in the OC schedule), you will be required to do two things: Orient yourself to the course on Desire2Learn (click on "MyCourses" in your my.vcccd.edu account, click on the class name, find the syllabus under the Content tab and follow the posted instructions) and also verify that you have purchased the required textbooks - U.S. A Narrative History Volume I: to 1865 (Sixth Edition) and Major Problems in American History Volume I: to 1877 (Third Edition). You must do this by uploading a copy of your receipts or a "selfie" of you with your books to the required link on Desire2Learn, found under the Content tab. If you do not log into the class or fail to reply to complete the assignment confirming your textbook purchase by 11:59pm on the first day, you will be dropped from the course. History is a fun and enriching subject, but this online class is very demanding and requires a serious student. You will need to commit to reading and homework assignments that average at least six hours a week, have good study habits and computer skills, have daily access to an updated computer with broadband Internet, and check you emails regularly (otherwise this course is not for you).
32423 HIST R101B 0 3.00 History of the US II Oxnard College
  MAR 14, 2016 MAY 18, 2016 W 4:00pm- 6:50pm LS 16
  MAR 14, 2016 MAY 18, 2016 TBA 3.00 HRS/WK ONLINE WEB  
  Instructor(s): Lieser, Joshua
  Additional Notes NOTE: CRN 32423 History R101B Hybrid (9 Weeks): US History since 1877, Dr. Lieser. On the first day of class (as indicated in the OC schedule), you will be required to do two things: Orient yourself to the course on Desire2Learn (click on "MyCourses" in your my.vcccd.edu account, click on the class name, find the syllabus under the Content tab and follow the posted instructions) and also verify that you have purchased the required textbooks - U.S. A Narrative History Volume II: since 1865 (Sixth Edition) and Major Problems in American History Volume II: since 1865 (Third Edition). You must do this by uploading a copy of your receipts or a "selfie" of you with your books to the required link on Desire2Learn, found under the Content tab. If you do not log into the class or fail to reply to complete the assignment confirming your textbook purchase by 11:59pm on the first day, you will be dropped from the course. This is a hybrid course, but much more of the class will be online than in the traditional classroom and you should prepare accordingly. History is a fun and enriching subject, but this online class is very demanding and requires a serious student. You will need to commit to reading and homework assignments that average at least six hours a week, have good study habits and computer skills, have daily access to an updated computer with broadband Internet, and check you emails regularly (otherwise this course is not for you).
32406 HIST R101B 0 3.00 History of the US II Oxnard College
  JAN 11, 2016 MAY 18, 2016 TR 12:30pm- 1:45pm AA 101
  Instructor(s): Lieser, Joshua
32081 HIST R101B 0 3.00 History of the US II Oxnard College
  JAN 11, 2016 MAY 18, 2016 TBA 3.00 HRS/WK ONLINE WEB  
  Instructor(s): Hughes, Kevin
  Additional Notes NOTE: CRN 32081 This course, “History of the US II,” covers the fascinating history of the United States from the Civil War to the present. If you plan on taking just one US History course, you can take this exciting course or “History of the US I.” (They are both taught at the same skill level and you do not have to take “History of the US I” before taking this course.) This course is fully online (there are no face-to-face meetings, unless you attend office hours.) On the first day of class (as indicated in the OC schedule), you will be required to do two things: First, you must orient yourself to the course (click on “My Courses” in your my.vcccd.edu account, click on the class name, and follow the posted instructions) and second you must reply to an email that will be sent to you asking for verification that you have purchased the required textbook (The American Past, Vol. II, 9th ed., by Joseph Conlin.) If you do not log into the class or fail to reply to the email asking for confirmation that you have the textbook in your possession, by 11:30 pm on the first day, you will be dropped from the course. History is a fun and enriching subject, but online classes are very demanding and require a serious student. You will need to commit to reading and homework assignments that range from 6-9 hours a week, have good study habits and computer skills, have daily access to an updated computer with broadband Internet, and check your emails regularly (otherwise this course is not for you).
32469 HIST R101B 0 3.00 History of the US II Oxnard College
  JAN 11, 2016 MAY 18, 2016 MW 9:30am-10:45am LA 19
  Instructor(s): Hughes, Kevin
31346 HIST R104 001 3.00 History of California Oxnard College
  JAN 11, 2016 MAY 18, 2016 MW 12:30pm- 1:45pm LA 7
  Instructor(s): Hughes, Kevin
32291 HIST R109 001 3.00 History of Mexico Oxnard College
  JAN 11, 2016 MAY 18, 2016 MW 9:30am-10:45am LA 9
  Instructor(s): Salinas, Tomas
Hospitality Management
CRN  Subj  Crse  Sec  Credits  Title  Campus 
Important notation! Start Date  End Date  Days  Times  Bldg  Room 
32907 HM R100 0 3.00 Intro to Hospitality Industry Oxnard College
  JAN 11, 2016 MAY 18, 2016 W 5:00pm- 7:50pm LA 8
  Instructor(s): Spooner, Paul
33120 HM R112 0 3.00 Food and Beverage Management Oxnard College
  JAN 22, 2016 MAY 18, 2016 F 11:00am- 2:15pm OE 2
  Instructor(s): Milton, Ody
33119 HM R116 0 3.00 Accounting for Hospitality Oxnard College
  JAN 18, 2016 MAY 18, 2016 R 11:00am- 1:50pm LS 12
  Instructor(s): Spooner, Paul
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