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Health Education
CRN  Subj  Crse  Sec  Credits  Title  Campus 
Important notation! Start Date  End Date  Days  Times  Bldg  Room 
56673 HED R101 0 3.00 Health and Society Oxnard College
  MAY 20, 2019 JUN 14, 2019 TBA 13.00 HRS/WK ONLINE WEB  
  Instructor(s): Habring-Frehlich, Dianne
  Additional Notes NOTE: CRN 56673 is a fully online course. Students must have regular access to a computer, the internet, and an active email account listed in MyVCCCD. To access the class once the term starts, go to MyVCCCD and click on the Canvas link and CRN number. If you have any questions, you may contact the instructor at dfrehlich@vcccd.edu. Please put Health and Society in the subject line.
55713 HED R101 0 3.00 Health and Society Oxnard College
  MAY 20, 2019 JUN 12, 2019 MW 9:00am-11:50am PE 4
  MAY 20, 2019 JUN 12, 2019 TBA 8.00 HRS/WK ONLINE WEB  
  Instructor(s): McClurkin, Ron
57765 HED R101 0 3.00 Health and Society Oxnard College
  JUN 17, 2019 JUL 27, 2019 TBA 9.00 HRS/WK ONLINE WEB  
  Instructor(s): Habring-Frehlich, Dianne
56674 HED R104 0 3.00 Personal Health and Wellness Oxnard College
  MAY 20, 2019 JUN 14, 2019 TBA 13.00 HRS/WK ONLINE WEB  
  Instructor(s): McClurkin, Ron
  Additional Notes NOTE: CRN 56674 is a fully online course. Students must have regular access to a computer, the internet, and an active email account listed in MyVCCCD. To access the class once the term starts, go to MyVCCCD and click on the Canvas link and CRN number. If you have any questions, you may contact the instructor at RMcClurkin@vcccd.edu. Please put Family & Personal Health in the subject line.
57496 HED R104 0 3.00 Personal Health and Wellness Oxnard College
  JUL 01, 2019 AUG 09, 2019 TBA 8.00 HRS/WK ONLINE WEB  
  Instructor(s): Habring-Frehlich, Dianne
57766 HED R104 0 3.00 Personal Health and Wellness Oxnard College
  JUN 17, 2019 JUL 27, 2019 TBA 9.00 HRS/WK ONLINE WEB  
  Instructor(s): McClurkin, Ron
History
CRN  Subj  Crse  Sec  Credits  Title  Campus 
Important notation! Start Date  End Date  Days  Times  Bldg  Room 
57052 HIST R109 0 3.00 History of Mexico Oxnard College
  JUN 17, 2019 JUL 27, 2019 TBA 8.00 HRS/WK ONLINE WEB  
  Instructor(s): Wilson, Jennifer
  Additional Notes NOTE: CRN 57052 - HIST R109: Welcome! I’m excited to work with you this summer and explore Mexican history together! Some important notes though first! This is a 6-week fully online class. This means that we will not meet in person and that you will be required to dedicate at minimum 15 hours of online instruction per week via Canvas. Completing readings and online assignments are mandatory. To pass this course you will need to practice good study habits and computer skills, have access to an updated computer and a reliable Internet connection, and check you emails regularly. Failure to regularly participate online may result in being dropped or a failing grade. The professor will notify students of the course requirements (syllabus, schedule, etc.) the week before class is scheduled to begin via email and Canvas. You may email the professor with questions at: jwilsongonzalez@vcccd.edu
56833 HIST R130 0 3.00 History of the U.S. I Oxnard College
  MAY 21, 2019 JUN 13, 2019 TR 8:00am-10:50am CH 310
  MAY 21, 2019 JUN 13, 2019 TBA 6.00 HRS/WK ONLINE WEB  
  Instructor(s): Wilson, Jennifer
  Additional Notes NOTE: CRN 56833, HIST 130. Welcome! I’m excited to work with you this summer and discuss my favorite topic: early American history! Some important notes though first! This is a 4-week hybrid online class with face-to-face meetings according to the schedule of classes (twice a week), plus 8 hours of online instruction per week via Canvas. Attending class, as well as completing readings and online assignments are mandatory. To pass this course you will need to practice good study habits and computer skills, have access to an updated computer and a reliable Internet connection, and check you emails regularly. Failure to regularly attend class and participate online may result in being dropped or a failing grade. The professor will notify students of the course requirements (syllabus, schedule, etc.) the week before class is scheduled to begin via email and Canvas. You may email the professor with questions at: jwilsongonzalez@vcccd.edu
56835 HIST R130 0 3.00 History of the U.S. I Oxnard College
  JUN 17, 2019 JUL 27, 2019 TBA 8.00 HRS/WK ONLINE WEB  
  Instructor(s): Lieser, Joshua
  Additional Notes NOTE: History 130: CRN 56835 This class is fully online, and requires regular and reliable internet access and daily work online on Canvas, via your student portal. To understand the United States, it is important to study the roots of today’s conflicts and great achievements. This course will cover U.S. History from 1607 to 1877. Topics will include the contrasting worldviews of Native American, African, and European cultures as they converged in early colonial society; the road to revolution and the Revolutionary War; the drafting of the U.S. Constitution and the struggles of nation building; the contradictory rise of democracy and slavery; westward expansion and sectional tensions; industrial and technological advances; reform movements like abolitionism and women’s rights; and the causes and consequences of the Civil War. Credit will not be awarded for both the honors and regular versions of a course. Credit will be awarded only for the first course completed with a grade of C or “P” or better. Formerly HIST 102 and HIST 101A. Field trips may be required. Transfer credit: CSU;UC. C-ID: HIST 130.
56836 HIST R140 0 3.00 History of the U.S. II Oxnard College
  MAY 20, 2019 JUN 14, 2019 TBA 12.00 HRS/WK ONLINE WEB  
  Instructor(s): Lieser, Joshua
  Additional Notes NOTE: History 140: CRN 56836 This class is fully online, and requires regular and reliable internet access and daily work online on Canvas, via your student portal. If America is the land of opportunity, it is wise to study the cultural, social, economic, political, diplomatic, and military history of the United States in order to understand how this nation developed and where it might be going. This course will cover U.S. History from 1877 to the present. Students will investigate topics such as westward expansion, imperialism, the Industrial Revolution, urbanization, immigration, the Women’s Rights movement, the Progressive Movement, the Great War, the “Roaring Twenties,” the Great Depression, World War II, the Cold War, the African American Civil Rights Movement, “The Sixties,” the conservative backlash, technological innovations, terrorism, and globalization. Credit will not be awarded for both the honors and regular versions of a course. Credit will be awarded only for the first course completed with a grade of C or “P” or better. Formerly HIST R101B and HIST R103. Field trips may be required. Transfer credit: CSU;UC. C-ID: HIST 140.
57058 HIST R140 0 3.00 History of the U.S. II Oxnard College
Zero Textbook Cost Program JUN 17, 2019 JUL 23, 2019 MTWR 10:30am-12:45pm CH 311
  Instructor(s): Hughes, Kevin
57474 HIST R140 0 3.00 History of the U.S. II Oxnard College
  MAY 20, 2019 JUN 12, 2019 MW 8:00am-10:50am CH 311
  MAY 20, 2019 JUN 12, 2019 TBA 7.00 HRS/WK ONLINE WEB  
  Instructor(s): Wilson, Jennifer
  Additional Notes NOTE: CRN 57474, HIST R140. Welcome! I’m excited to work with you this summer and explore American history together! Some important notes though first! This is a 4-week hybrid online class with face-to-face meetings according to the schedule of classes (twice a week), plus 8 hours of online instruction per week via Canvas. Attending class, as well as completing readings and online assignments are mandatory. To pass this course you will need to practice good study habits and computer skills, have access to an updated computer and a reliable Internet connection, and check you emails regularly. Failure to regularly attend class and participate online may result in being dropped or a failing grade. The professor will notify students of the course requirements (syllabus, schedule, etc.) the week before class is scheduled to begin via email and Canvas. You may email the professor with questions at: jwilsongonzalez@vcccd.edu
56832 HIST R150 0 3.00 World History I Oxnard College
  JUN 17, 2019 JUL 23, 2019 MTWR 8:00am-10:15am CH 311
  Instructor(s): Hughes, Kevin
57060 HIST R150 0 3.00 World History I Oxnard College
  MAY 20, 2019 JUN 14, 2019 TBA 12.00 HRS/WK ONLINE WEB  
  Instructor(s): Lieser, Joshua
  Additional Notes NOTE: History 150: CRN 57060 This class is fully online, and requires regular and reliable internet access and daily work online on Canvas, via your student portal. To understand where we came from, it is important to study the histories of the great civilizations of the ancient world, from prehistory to the start of globalization in 1500 C.E. Students will explore the political, military, economic, social, and cultural evolution of the early civilizations of Asia, Africa, Europe, and the Americas. Students will also investigate the impact of religion, technology, migration, trade, and war on the relationships between the major civilizations of the ancient world. Credit will not be awarded for both the honors and regular versions of a course. Credit will be awarded only for the first course completed with a grade of C or “P” or better. Formerly HIST R100A. Field trips may be required. Transfer credit: CSU;UC. C-ID: HIST 150.
57650 HIST R160 0 3.00 World History II Oxnard College
  JUN 17, 2019 JUL 27, 2019 TBA 8.00 HRS/WK ONLINE WEB  
  Instructor(s): Lieser, Joshua
  Additional Notes NOTE: History 160: 57650 This class is fully online, and requires regular and reliable internet access and daily work online on Canvas, via your student portal. To understand and navigate our global community, it is important to study the history of how our interdependent world came into being. Since 1500 C.E., the great civilizations of Asia, Africa, Europe, and the Americas have rapidly changed, influenced each other, and become more interconnected. Students will explore the political, military, economic, social, and cultural development of each regional civilization. Students will also study the modernizing and globalizing forces of trade, migration, colonization, decolonization, the nation state, the Enlightenment, industrialization, capitalism, urbanization, science, technology, and war. Credit will not be awarded for both the honors and regular versions of a course. Credit will be awarded only for the first course completed with a grade of C or better or “P.” (Formerly HIST R100B.)
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