Nursing Humanities (DTA)

ART 101 Introduction to Art 5 Search Schedule
Introduces concepts and techniques used in the visual arts with an emphasis on art in the local community, other cultures and the contemporary world. Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL& 101.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES
ART 111 Art History: Ancient and Medieval 5 Search Schedule
Study of the art and architecture of ancient and medieval cultures from a global perspective. Prerequisite: ENGL& 101 (formerly WRIT 101) or concurrent enrollment.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES
ART 112 Art History: 14th to 17th Centuries 5 Search Schedule
Study of the art and architecture during the fourteenth to seventeenth centuries from a global perspective. Prerequisite: ENGL&101 (formerly WRIT 101) or concurrent enrollment.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES
ART 113 Art History: Modern 5 Search Schedule
Study of the art and architecture from the eighteenth century to the present, from a global perspective. Prerequisite: ENGL& 101 (formerly WRIT 101) or concurrent enrollment.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES
ART 114 Art of World Cultures 5 Search Schedule
Study of the arts of world cultures, ancient to contemporary. Examines art and architecture as the expression of philosophical and social traditions, historical events and contemporary movements. Prerequisite: ENGL& 101 (formerly WRIT 101) or concurrent enrollment.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES
ART 115 Latin American Art and Culture: Diversity 5 Search Schedule
An introduction to the art and culture of the Latin American world. Examines the visual arts and culture in historical and contemporary context. May include Pre-Columbian art, fine arts, architecture, traditional crafts, popular arts, and contemporary art. Prerequisite: ENGL& 101 (formerly WRIT 101).
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, DIVERSITY, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES
ART 116 Art in America: Diversity 5 Search Schedule
Presents an overview of American and North American Indigenous and under-represented people's artistic production from the late 17th through the mid-20th centuries with a focus on the cultural, social, and political implications through the analysis of American paintings, sculpture, photography, and architecture. This course emphasizes self-awareness of one's relationship to power and privilege as a product of art history. Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL& 101.
Distribution: AA, DTA, DIVERSITY, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES
ART 120 Beginning Drawing 5 Search Schedule
Concepts, techniques, and processes of drawing, including line, value, texture, composition, representation and basic color theory. Introduction to basic drawing materials, including charcoal, graphite, pastels, ink and watercolor. Develop drawing skills and personal expression through studio projects, lectures and critiques. Prerequisite: None.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES
ART 130 2D Design 5 Search Schedule
Introduces the study of the visual language, principles of visual communication, and creative problem solving. Develops skills and personal expression through studio projects, lectures, and critiques. Prerequisite: None.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES
ART 135 3D Design 5 Search Schedule
Introduces concepts and techniques of three-dimensional design. Analysis of form, expression, and social impact of three-dimensional design in a variety of applications including industrial design, architecture, and environmental planning. Prerequisite: None.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES
ART 140 Beginning Printmaking 5 Search Schedule
Introduces basic principles and techniques of printmaking. Develops skills and personal expression through studio projects, lectures, and critiques. Prerequisite: None.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES
ART 150 Beginning Ceramics 5 Search Schedule
Basic principles and techniques of ceramics, including handbuilding, throwing on the potter's wheel, surface treatment, and firing methods. Emphasis on craftsmanship and personal expression. Prerequisite: None.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES
ART 155 Beginning Sculpture 5 Search Schedule
Basic principles and techniques of sculpture, such as carving, modeling, casting and assemblage. Introduction to new media which may include site-specific work, installations, recycled materials, performance, conceptual, and earthworks. Prerequisite: None.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES
ART 160 Beginning Painting 5 Search Schedule
Focus on the development of personal expression through painting. Introduction to the medium of paint, color theory, composition, and painting techniques. Prerequisite: None.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES
ART 165 Watercolor Painting 5 Search Schedule
Basic principles and techniques of painting in watercolor and other water soluble media, including tempera, ink, gouache and mixed media. Emphasis on craftsmanship, innovative techniques and the development of personal expression. Prerequisite: None.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES
ART 170 Beginning Digital Photography 5 Search Schedule
Introduces digital photography for print and electronic media. Prerequisite: None.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES
ART 175 Mixed Media 5 Search Schedule
Introduces mixed media art and methods and how to integrate diverse media such as drawing, clay, collage, mobile devices, and digital graphics tablets to design, create, and share original art work. Covers mixed media art from history and the contemporary art world and its evolution in the digital age. Prerequisite: None.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES
ART 220 Intermediate Drawing 5 Search Schedule
Concepts and techniques beyond the introductory level. Focus on individual expression and the development of a portfolio or collection of original work. Assigned projects may include life drawing, experimental media or formats, and advanced work in traditional drawing media such as charcoal, graphite or ink. Prerequisite: ART 120 or instructor's permission.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES
ART 250 Intermediate Ceramics 5 Search Schedule
Concepts and ceramic techniques beyond the introductory level. Focus on individual expression and greater technical proficiency. Independent projects may include glaze calculation, alternate firing techniques such as raku and pit firing, ceramic sculpture, and advanced wheel throwing. Prerequisite: ART 150 or instructor's permission.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES
ART 251 Advanced Ceramics 5 Search Schedule
Focus on concepts and ceramic techniques to enhance individual expression and increase technical proficiency. Independent projects will include glaze calculation, kiln firing, ceramic sculpture, and advanced wheel throwing. Prerequisite: ART 150, ART 250 or instructor's permission.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES
ART 260 Painting Studio 5 Search Schedule
Concepts and techniques beyond the introductory level. Focus on craftsmanship, color theory, and developing personal expression through assignments and independent projects. Work will include the study of advanced painting techniques, mixed media, and/or experimental projects. Prerequisite. ART 160 instructor's permission.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES
ART 270 Intermediate Digital Photography 5 Search Schedule
Digital photographic concepts and techniques beyond the introductory level to develop proficiency in print and electronic media. Independent projects and exercises will focus on advanced camera operations and editing techniques, presentations, the history of photography, constructive critiques, individual expression and the development of a personal portfolio. Prerequisite: ART 170 or instructor's permission.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES

ASL& 121 American Sign Language I 5 Search Schedule
Introduces the two basic skills of American Sign Language (ASL): receptive and expressive skills. Studies language within its cultural context. This course was formerly known as ASL 101. Prerequisite: None.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES
ASL& 122 American Sign Language II 5 Search Schedule
Builds on ASL& 121 to work towards mastery of American Sign Language (ASL) by gaining a deeper insight of vocabulary, grammar, receptive/expressive skills, and deaf history and increased knowledge about deaf culture and community. Prerequisite: ASL& 121 with a 2.0 or better, demonstrate equivalent proficiency, or instructor's permission.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES
ASL& 123 American Sign Language III 5 Search Schedule
Builds on ASL& 122 to work towards mastery of American Sign Language (ASL) with focus on grammatical features that include visual, spatial and non-verbal components. Intensive work on development of receptive/expressive skills and vocabulary. Continuation of study of deaf culture and community. Prerequisite: ASL& 122 with a 2.0 or better, demonstrate equivalent proficiency, or instructor's permission.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES
ASL& 221 American Sign Language IV 5 Search Schedule
Emphasis on expressive and receptive skills development and American Sign Language fluency. Focus will be given to correct formation of signs, movement, rhythm and clarity. Idioms and slang will be taught. This course was formerly known as ASL 201. Prerequisite: ASL& 123 or ASL 103 with a grade of 2.0 or better or demonstrated equivalent proficiency, or instructor's permission.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES
ASL& 222 American Sign Language V 5 Search Schedule
Continued development of ASL fluency - including expressive and receptive skills, vocabulary (including ASL idioms and stand) and ASL grammar; introduction of ASL linguistics. This course was formerly known as ASL 202. Prerequisite: ASL& 221 or ASL 201 with a grade of 2.0 or better or demonstrated equivalent proficiency, or instructor's permission.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES
ASL& 223 American Sign Language VI 5 Search Schedule
Continued development of ASL fluency - including expanded vocabulary, including ASL idioms, increased proficiency in ASL's grammar, linguistics, and non-manual features through intensive conversational and public speaking exercises. This course was formerly known as ASL 203. Prerequisite: ASL& 222 or ASL 202 with a grade of 2.0 or better or demonstrated equivalent proficiency, or instructor's permission.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES

CHIN&121 Chinese I 5 Search Schedule
Beginning level course in Modern Standard Chinese (Mandarin) for students with little or no prior experience in the language. Emphasizes the introduction to the four basic skills of Chinese: listening, speaking, reading, and writing, with particular attention to its unique features, such as tones and characters, and its cultural context. This course was formerly known as CHIN 101. Prerequisite: None.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES
CHIN&122 Chinese II 5 Search Schedule
Continue to introduce skills in standard (Mandarin) Chinese: i.e., listening, speaking, reading, and writing. Continuing study of cultural theories. This course was formerly known as CHIN 102. Prerequisite: CHIN& 121 or CHIN 101 or equivalent or instructor's permission.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES
CHIN&123 Chinese III 5 Search Schedule
Chinese 123 is a continuation of Chinese 122, a course in elementary Chinese for non-native speakers. Its aim is to help students develop further communicative skills in Mandarin Chinese. This course was formerly known as CHIN 103. Prerequisite: CHIN& 122 or CHIN 102 or equivalent or instructor's permission.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES

CMST&102 Introduction to Mass Media 5 Search Schedule
Survey of mass media emphasizing its history, structure and function and covering print and broadcast newsgathering: film/cinema, television, radio, magazines and computers/Internet, and regulation, advertising/public relations and media effects. This course was formerly known as MCOM 100, Introduction to Mass Media. Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL& 101 (formerly WRIT 101).
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES
CMST 105 Introduction to Online Journalism 5 Search Schedule
Introduction to two forms of mass media writing: writing to inform (print and online) and writing to persuade (public relations, advertising and business). Newsgathering and news writing techniques including interviews, news judgment, story development, use of basic resource material, writing style and editing. Development of skills in audio and visual storytelling. Explores relationship between news, newsmakers, citizen journalists, social media networking, and ethics. Computer/word processing skills are essential to being successful in this course. This course was formerly known as MCOM 101, Introduction to Journalism. Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL& 101 (formerly WRIT 101).
Distribution: AA, AAS, AS, DTA, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, AAS-SPEAKING-LISTENING, AA-AAS-T-COMMUNICATION, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES
CMST 240 Intercultural Communication: Diversity 5 Search Schedule
The study of intercultural communication theory and cultural adaptation processes, and the development of skills in transmitting and receiving oral and written messages within a cross-cultural context. Covers selecting a communication style and strategies appropriate to a specific audience and setting. Examines how differences in cultural background influence communication patterns in families, communities, schools, and the workplace. This course was formerly known as SPCH 105. Prerequisite: ENGL& 101 eligible or instructor's permission.
Distribution: AA, AAS, AS, DTA, COMMUNICATION, DIVERSITY, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, AAS-SPEAKING-LISTENING, AAS-HUMAN RELATIONS, AA-AAS-T-COMMUNICATION, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES

DRMA&101 Introduction to Theatre 5 Search Schedule
Theatre as an art form with emphasis on the play in production, roles of various theatre artists (actors, directors, designers, and playwrights), and history of the influence of different cultures, traditions, and technologies on the development of the theatre. This course was formerly known as THEA 101. Prerequisite: None.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES
DRMA 160 Acting I 5 Search Schedule
Develops basic skills through monologue work, direct application of methodology through scene work and preparation of audition material and scene work within the context of the entire play. Covers the theory and practice of fundamentals of American "Method" based on the principles of Stanislavsky, Boleslavsky and Hagan and their American evolution. This course was formerly known as THEA 160. Prerequisite: None.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES
DRMA 260 Acting II 5 Search Schedule
Develops additional/intermediate skills through monologue work, direct application of methodology through scene work and preparation of audition material and scene work within the context of the entire play. The theory and practice of fundamentals of American "Method" based on the principles of Stanislavsky, Boleslavsky and Hagan and their American evolution. This course was formerly known as THEA 260. Prerequisite: DRMA 160 or THEA 160.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES
DRMA 261 Acting III/Directing 5 Search Schedule
Develops additional/advanced skills through monologue work, direct application of methodology through scene work, directing skills and preparation of audition material and scene work within the context of the entire play. The theory and practice of fundamentals of American "Method" based on the principles of Stanislavsky, Boleslavsky and Hagan and their American evolution. This course was formerly known as THEA 261. Prerequisite: DRMA 260 or THEA 260.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES
DRMA 270 Rehearsal and Performance:Summer Stock 5 Search Schedule
Theory, methods and analysis of theatre productions including acting, and/or technical theatre scenery construction, costumes, properties, box office, lighting and sound through practical application during the production of a play. This course was formerly known as THEA 270. Prerequisite: None.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES
DRMA 271 Rehearsal and Performance: Drama 5 Search Schedule
Theory, methods and analysis of theatre productions including acting, and/or technical theatre scenery construction, costumes, properties, box office, lighting and sound through practical application during the production of a play. This course was formerly known as THEA 271. Prerequisite: None.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES
DRMA 272 Rehearsal and Performance: Comedy 5 Search Schedule
Theory, methods and analysis of theatre productions including acting, and/or technical theatre scenery construction, costumes, properties, box office, lighting and sound through practical application during the production of a play. This course was formerly known as THEA 272. Prerequisite: None.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES
DRMA 273 Rehearsal and Performance: Musical 5 Search Schedule
Theory, methods and analysis of theatre productions including acting, and/or technical theatre scenery construction, costumes, properties, box office, lighting and sound through practical application during the production of a play. This course was formerly known as THEA 273. Prerequisite: None.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES

ENGL&111 Introduction to Literature 5 Search Schedule
Introduces the literary genres of poetry, prose fiction, and drama. Teaches foundational vocabulary and analytical strategies used when reading literature and writing critical interpretations. Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL& 101.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES
ENGL&112 Introduction to Fiction 5 Search Schedule
Presents fiction as a distinctive genre of creative expression. Teaches foundational vocabulary and analytical strategies used when reading literature and writing critical interpretations. Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL& 101.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES
ENGL&113 Introduction to Poetry 5 Search Schedule
Explores poetry and its traditions as a distinctive form of creative expression and develops strategies for reading, analysis and interpretation. Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL& 101.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES
ENGL&114 Introduction to Drama 5 Search Schedule
Introduces drama, the history of staging, and dramatic performance. Teaches foundational vocabulary and analytical strategies used when reading drama as literature. Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL& 101.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES
ENGL 201 Women in Literature: Diversity 5 Search Schedule
Focuses on literary contributions of women from at least three cultures within the United States or three areas of the world. Explores intersections of gender, ethnicity, sexuality, class, and culture as expressed in literature. Students gain knowledge of themselves as readers with complex cultural identities and learn of experiences, values and cultures not their own and develop strategies for reading, analysis, and interpretation. This course was formerly known as LIT 201. Prerequisite: "C-" or better in ENGL& 101 (formerly WRIT 101) or concurrent enrollment.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, DIVERSITY, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES
ENGL&236 Creative Writing I: Fiction 5 Search Schedule
Develops creative writing skills through reading and writing activities, focusing on fiction. Requires significant amount of creative writing and critical analysis of that writing by instructor and fellow writers in a workshop format. This course was formerly known as WRIT 221, Creative Writing: Fiction. Prerequisite: "C-" or better in ENGL& 101 (formerly WRIT 101) or instructor's permission.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES
ENGL&237 Creative Writing II: Poetry 5 Search Schedule
Develops poetry writing skills through theory and practice. Students will study poetic theory, read and analyze poetry by selected published authors, and write and critically discuss their poetry both with peers in a workshop format and with the instructor. This course was formerly known as WRIT 222, Creative Writing: Poetry. Prerequisite: "C-" or better in ENGL& 101 (formerly WRIT 101) or instructor's permission.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES
ENGL&238 Creative Writing III: Creative Non-Fiction 5 Search Schedule
Develops creative writing skills through reading and writing, focusing on the genres of memoir and creative non-fiction. Requires a significant amount of personal exploration, creative writing, and critical analysis of a variety of texts (published memoirs, student essays). Examines the subjective nature of truth and its relationship to the evolving genre of creative non-fiction. This course was formerly known as WRIT 223, Creative Nonfiction: Writing From Life. Prerequisite: "C-" or better in ENGL& 101 (formerly WRIT 101) or instructor's permission.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES
ENGL 243 Topics in Modern Literature: Graphic Novel 5 Search Schedule
Studies the modern graphic novel (e.g. Maus by Art Spiegelman, Fun Home by Alison Bechdel) as a literary medium that combines text and image. Examines the evolution of a visual lexicon and its relationship to the written narrative. Develops strategies for reading, analysis, and interpretation. Prerequisite: ENGL& 101 (formerly WRIT 101) completion with a "C-" or better, or concurrent enrollment.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES
ENGL&244 American Literature I 5 Search Schedule
American literature studied against the background of literary, cultural, political and social history. Explores the relationship between growth of American society and emergence of American literature and develop their skills in literary analysis. May focus on literary periods, distinctly American themes and genres, or the development of American culture and identity through gender, race, class and region. This course was formerly known as LIT 210, American Literature Survey. Prerequisite: ENGL& 101 (formerly WRIT 101) completion with a "C-" or better, or concurrent enrollment.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES
ENGL 250 American Ethnic Literature: Diversity 5 Search Schedule
Focuses on the literary contributions of one or more ethnic groups in the United States. Students gain knowledge of themselves as readers with complex cultural identities. They also gain knowledge of literary texts by American ethnic writers as expressions that emerged from complex cultural, social, and historical circumstances and as opportunities to learn of experiences and cultures not their own and to encounter differing values. This course was formerly known as LIT 211. Prerequisite: ENGL& 101 (formerly WRIT 101) completion with a "C-" or better, or concurrent enrollment.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, DIVERSITY, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES
ENGL&254 World Literature I 5 Search Schedule
Explores twentieth century literature from three or more regions from the world. Develops tools for reading and analyzing, interpreting, and evaluating area works. This course was formerly known as LIT 240, Contemporary World Literature. Prerequisite: ENGL& 101 (formerly WRIT 101) completion with a "C-" or better, or concurrent enrollment.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES
ENGL&255 World Literature II 5 Search Schedule
Explores Twentieth century literature in its social and cultural contexts from a designated area of the world. Develops tools for reading, analyzing, interpreting, and evaluating area works. This course was formerly LIT 241, Contemporary Literature: (Variable Subtitles). Prerequisite: ENGL& 101 (formerly WRIT 101) completion with a "C-" or better, or concurrent enrollment.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES

FILM 116 Introduction to Film Studies 5 Search Schedule
Examines cinema through the study of film form, style, genres and theory. This course was formerly known as HUM 116. Prerequisite: ENGL& 101 (formerly WRIT 101) with a grade of "C" or better or instructor's permission.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES
FILM 117 Film History 5 Search Schedule
Introduces approaches to film history, including the study of periods, genres, directors, national cinemas and critical theories. This course was formerly known as HUM 117. Prerequisite: ENGL& 101 (formerly WRIT 101) with a grade of "C" or better or instructor's permission.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES
FILM 118 Topics in Film and Culture: Horror Movies 5 Search Schedule
Explores in-depth a specialized topic relevant to film and cultural studies. The topic changes each time the course is taught and may include a particular film director, genre, national cinema, theoretical school, historical period, or unifying theme. This course was formerly known as HUM 118. Prerequisite: ENGL& 101 (formerly WRIT 101) with a grade of "C" or better or instructor's permission.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES

FILMP114 Introduction to Film Production 5 Search Schedule
Explores the basic theories and skills used in studio and field video production, including basic camera operation, lighting, editing, audio techniques, and new technologies. Introduces media law and ethics, media literacy, and the production methods used to produce digital video art that tells a story, sells a product, and informs an audience. This course was formerly known as MCOM 114, Introduction to Digital Video Production. Prerequisite: None.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES

FRCH&121 French I 5 Search Schedule
Introduction to the four basic skills of the language: listening, speaking, reading and writing. The language will be studied within its cultural context. This course was formerly known as FREN 101. Prerequisite: None.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES
FRCH&122 French II 5 Search Schedule
Additional skills in listening, speaking, reading and writing. Continuing study of cultural themes. This course was formerly FREN 102. Prerequisite: FRCH& 121 or FREN 101 or equivalent or instructor's permission.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES
FRCH&123 French III 5 Search Schedule
Completion of the study of the first year sequence of basic skills. This course was formerly known as FREN 103. Prerequisite: FRCH& 122 or FREN 102 or equivalent or instructor's permission.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES

GERM&121 German I 5 Search Schedule
Introduction to the four basic skills of the language: listening, speaking, reading and writing. The language will be studied within the cultural context. This course was formerly known as GERM 101. Prerequisite: None.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES
GERM&122 German II 5 Search Schedule
Additional skills in listening, speaking, reading, and writing. Continuing study of cultural themes. This course was formerly known as GERM 102. Prerequisite: GERM& 121 or GERM 101 or instructor's permission.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES
GERM&123 German III 5 Search Schedule
Completion of the study of the first year sequence of basic skills and further study of the German culture. This course was formerly known as GERM 103. Prerequisite: GERM& 122 or GERM 102 or equivalent or instructor's permission.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES
GERM&221 German IV 5 Search Schedule
Reflection on, reaction to, and critical response to topics of cultural interest including leisure time, the world of work, education, equal rights, and environmental issues through non-fiction surveys, interviews, tables, and articles; literature; short stories, poems, and songs; and documentaries and feature films. This course was formerly known as GERM 201, Intermediate German I. Prerequisite: GERM& 123 or GERM 103 or instructor's permission.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES
GERM&222 German V 5 Search Schedule
Continuation of GERM& 221. Reflection on, reaction to, and critical response to topics of cultural interest including leisure time, the world of work, education, equal rights, and environmental issues through non-fiction surveys, interviews, tables, articles; literature; short stories, poems, and songs; and documentaries and feature films. This course was formerly known as GERM 202, Intermediate German II. Prerequisite: GERM& 221 or GERM 201 or instructor's permission.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES

HUM 114 The Mythic Image 5 Search Schedule
Explores mythic and archetypal images in literature and culture, examines the role of myth in modern cultures and introduces students to theoretical approaches for the study and interpretation of myth. Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL& 101.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES
HUM 119 History of Popular Music 5 Search Schedule
Explores the social histories and musical forms of popular music; Focuses on the socio-political contexts of popular music genres as traditions of cultural heritages and commodities in the global marketplace. Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL& 101.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES
HUM 121 Multicultural America,Past to Present: Diversity 5 Search Schedule
Focuses on the history, culture, and contributions of various ethnic groups in the United States and the construction of "American" identity through power and privilege, past to present. Students gain knowledge of other groups' history and cultural heritage and develop skills in intercultural communications and critical thinking for education, community and work, environments. Meets Diversity Course Criteria. Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL& 101.
Distribution: AA, AAS, AS, DTA, DIVERSITY, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, AAS-HUMAN RELATIONS, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES
HUM 140 World Religions 5 Search Schedule
Explores the major global traditions of religious thinking, belief, practice, and community. Identifies the historical development and cultural diversity of religious expression in both the West and the East. Explores the impacts of modernity on religious practice and expression. Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL& 101 or instructor's permission.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES
HUM 180 Mass Culture in America 5 Search Schedule
Introduces issues related to mass culture as a vehicle for communicating social and political ideologies in American society. Includes the study of media, advertising, popular culture, and theories of cultural criticism. Prerequisite: ENGL& 101.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES
HUM 219 Hip Hop Culture and Music: Diversity 5 Search Schedule
Explores the historical and political dynamics of hip hop culture including music, dance, and visual art. Examines the development of hip hop through the history of African American musical forms such as spirituals, blues, jazz, R&B, and soul. Explores the relationship between individuals, hip hop culture, and a pluralistic, democratic society. Prerequisite: ENGL& 101 or instructor's permission.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, DIVERSITY, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES
HUM 220 Sacred Texts in World Religions 5 Search Schedule
Explores the sacred texts from at least three religious traditions in some depth. Examines the socio-historical contexts in which the texts originated. Examines the reception and use of the texts within their unique cultural contexts. Applies hermeneutical approaches to textual analysis. Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL& 101 or instructor's permission.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES
HUM 240 Culture and Imperialism 5 Search Schedule
Examines a major cultural complex that is defined by the interplay of dominant and subordinate cultural centers. Possible case studies include: Spain and the Americas, Great Britain and India, the United States and the "Third World," Europe and Africa, and contemporary globalization. The material of the course may include discussion of ideology, theory, geography, history, politics, economics, art, poetry, drama, fiction, music, film. Prerequisite: ENGL& 101 (formerly WRIT 101) or instructor's permission.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES

IIS 125 Introduction to Latin American Studies 5 Search Schedule
Interdisciplinary introduction to Latin American Studies which may include geography, culture, religion, politics, economics, literature, art, and music, representative ethnic groups and contemporary events. Focus will vary according to the instructor and changing current issues and events. Prerequisite: ENGL& 101 (formerly WRIT 101) or concurrent or instructor's permission.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, SOCIAL SCIENCE, NURSING SOCIAL SCIENCE, AA-AAS-T-SOCIAL SCIENCE, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES
IIS 129 Introduction to Middle Eastern Studies:Diversity 5 Search Schedule
An interdisciplinary introduction to the Middle East. Explores the geography, religion, political economy, culture, and history of the contemporary Middle East and how those elements help shape contemporary problems. An analysis of the Israel-Palestine Question and the Iraq War. Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL& 101.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, DIVERSITY, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, SOCIAL SCIENCE, NURSING SOCIAL SCIENCE, AA-AAS-T-SOCIAL SCIENCE, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES
IIS 130 Introduction to East Asian Studies: Diversity 5 Search Schedule
Through an interdisciplinary approach this course will expand to the diverse ethnic and cultural world of East Asia. Topics of exploration include settlement and conflict, religious values and beliefs, colonization, economic power, political influence, and ethnic diversity. In an effort to understand major world events, both dominant and subordinate groups will receive equal consideration. The specific countries of our inquiry include China, Japan, the Korea's, Mongolia, and Taiwan. Specific countries and topics to be discussed will vary according to the expertise of the instructor and current events. Prerequisite: ENGL& 101 (formerly WRIT 101) or concurrent enrollment.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, DIVERSITY, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, SOCIAL SCIENCE, NURSING SOCIAL SCIENCE, AA-AAS-T-SOCIAL SCIENCE, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES
IIS 131 Intro South & Southeast Asian Studies: Diversity 5 Search Schedule
Explores the diverse ethnic and cultural world of South and Southeast Asia through an interdisciplinary approach. Prerequisite: ENGL& 101 or concurrent enrollment.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, DIVERSITY, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, SOCIAL SCIENCE, NURSING SOCIAL SCIENCE, AA-AAS-T-SOCIAL SCIENCE, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES
IIS 145 Introduction to African Studies 5 Search Schedule
Interdisciplinary study of sub-Saharan Africa from prehistory to the present. Emphasizes understanding of this complex and important region by exploring the major forces that shaped and continue to shape sub-Saharan Africa. Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 098.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, SOCIAL SCIENCE, NURSING SOCIAL SCIENCE, AA-AAS-T-SOCIAL SCIENCE, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES

JAPN&121 Japanese I 5 Search Schedule
Introduction to the four basic skills of the Japanese language: listening, speaking, reading and writing. The language will be studied within its cultural context. This course was formerly known as JAPN 101. Prerequisite: None.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES
JAPN&122 Japanese II 5 Search Schedule
Additional skills in listening, speaking, reading and writing. Continuing study of cultural aspects. This course was formerly known as JAPN 102. Prerequisite: JAPN& 121 or JAPN 101, or equivalent or instructor's permission.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES
JAPN&123 Japanese III 5 Search Schedule
Japanese 123 is a continuation of Japanese 122, a course in advanced Japanese for non-native speakers. Additional advanced skills in listening, speaking, reading and writing. Continuing study of cultural theories. This course was formerly known as JAPN 103. Prerequisite: JAPN& 122, or JAPN 102, or equivalent or instructor's permission.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES
JAPN&221 Japanese IV 5 Search Schedule
Advanced skills in listening, reading, writing, and speaking. Continuing study of cultural themes. This course was formerly known as JAPN 201. Prerequisite: JAPN& 123 or JAPN 103, or instructor's permission.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES

MUSC 100 Music Fundamentals 5 Search Schedule
Introduces the fundamental elements of Western Music Theory. Teaches basic terminology and symbols, music reading (pitch and rhythm), and the construction of major and minor scales and triads. Prerequisite: None.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES
MUSC&105 Music Appreciation 5 Search Schedule
Introduction to elements of musical form and style through listening and studying selections of the major periods and composers of Western classical art music, with emphasis on creating a musical awareness for enjoyment throughout life. This course was formerly known as MUSC 101, Introduction to Music. Prerequisite: Appropriate for students with little or no background in music.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES
MUSC&121 Ear Training 1 2 Search Schedule
Aural study of common practice harmony through dictation (melodic, rhythmic, and harmonic), sight singing, and functional keyboard skills. Prerequisite: Music reading strongly recommended. Corequisite: Enrollment in MUSC& 131.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES
MUSC&122 Ear Training 2 2 Search Schedule
A continuation of MUSC& 121. Aural study of common practice harmony through dictation (melodic, rhythmic, and harmonic), sight singing, and functional keyboard skills. Prerequisite: "C" or better in MUSC& 121 or instructor's permission. Corequisite: Enrollment in MUSC& 132.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES
MUSC&123 Ear Training 3 2 Search Schedule
A continuation of MUSC& 122. Aural study of common practice harmony through dictation (melodic, rhythmic, and harmonic), sight singing, and functional keyboard skills. Prerequisite: "C" or better in MUSC& 122 or instructor's permission. Corepuisite: Enrollment in MUSC& 133.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES
MUSC&131 Music Theory 1 3 Search Schedule
An introduction to common practice harmony, including notation, scales, tonality, key, modes, intervals, transposition, and chords. Appropriate for pre-majors of music. NOTE: this course will only be offered fall quarter. Prerequisite: Music reading strongly recommended. Corequisite: Enrollment in MUSC& 121.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES
MUSC&132 Music Theory 2 3 Search Schedule
A continuation of MUSC& 131. Further study of common practice harmony, including cadences, nonharmonic tones, melodic organization, texture, two-voice species counterpoint, and four-part voice leading. Appropriate for pre-majors of music. NOTE: this course will only be offered winter quarter. Prerequisite: "C" or better in MUSC& 131 or instructor's permission. Corequisite: Enrollment in MUSC& 122.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES
MUSC&133 Music Theory 3 3 Search Schedule
A continuation of MUSC& 132. Further study of common practice harmony, including harmonic progression, harmonic rhythm, diatonic seventh chords, secondary chords, and modulation. Appropriate for pre-majors of music. NOTE: this course will only be offered spring quarter. Prerequisite: "C" or better in MUSC& 132 or instructor's permission. Corequisite: Enrollment in MUSC& 123.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES
MUSC 147 Class Piano I 2 Search Schedule
Introduces students to basic piano playing at the introductory level. Prerequisite: None.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES
MUSC 148 Class Piano II 2 Search Schedule
Introduces students to basic piano playing at the introductory level. Prerequisite: None.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES
MUSC 149 Class Piano III 2 Search Schedule
Introduces students to basic piano playing at the introductory level. Prerequisite: None.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES
MUSC 150 Choir I 2 Search Schedule
Basic principles of choral ensemble singing and study of appropriate choral literature. Open to all students. Prerequisite: None.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, music-ensembles, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES
MUSC 151 Choir II 2 Search Schedule
Continuation of choral ensemble singing and study of additional choral literature. Open to all students. Prerequisite: None.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, music-ensembles, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES
MUSC 152 Choir III 2 Search Schedule
A third quarter of choral ensemble singing and study of additional choral literature. Prerequisite: None.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, music-ensembles, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES
MUSC 157 Class Voice 3 Search Schedule
Vocal techniques for choral and/or solo vocal singing. Useful to anyone interested in learning about the singing process or exploring new vocal repertoire. Begins with foundational preparations, including analysis of how the voice works, to methodological voice-building techniques that progress to more challenging singing tasks. Prerequisite: None.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES
MUSC 159 Class Guitar 2 Search Schedule
Basic techniques for playing guitar, plus studying melody and harmony, reading tablature, improvising, and composing. Students must provide their own instrument. Prerequisite: None.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES
MUSC 250 Advanced Choir I 2 Search Schedule
A study of advanced choral literature. Students must be able to study the music independently and be available for performances outside of class time. Prerequisite: By audition only.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES
MUSC 251 Advanced Choir II 2 Search Schedule
The continuation of advanced choral literature. Students must be able to study the music independently and be available for performances outside of class time. Prerequisite: Successfully passing of MUSC 250 or by audition.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES
MUSC 252 Advanced Choir III 2 Search Schedule
A third quarter of advanced choral literature. Students must be able to study the music independently and be available for performances outside of class time. Prerequisite: Successfully passing of MUSC 251 or by audition.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES

PHIL&101 Introduction to Philosophy 5 Search Schedule
Studies major topics in philosophy, such as the nature of human knowledge, free will and determinism, morality, the individual and the state, and the existence of God. This course was formerly known as PHIL 101. Prerequisite: None.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES
PHIL 102 Ethics 5 Search Schedule
Studies historical and recent views on such issues as the nature of good and evil, right and wrong, justice, rights, the rational grounds for moral responsibility and moral decision making, and the objectivity of moral values. Addresses both traditional and contemporary moral problems. Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL& 101.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES
PHIL 103 Science Technology and Human Values 5 Search Schedule
The nature of scientific thinking and technology, and an assessment of their impact on human life and values. Specific topics include the role of theory and explanation in science and the effect of specific technologies on our understanding of the person, society, nature, and value. Prerequisite: None.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES
PHIL 104 Introduction to Asian Philosophy 5 Search Schedule
An assessment of the major philosophical problems investigated over the past 2600 years by scholars in Asia. From Nargarjuna to Gandhi, Lao Tzu to Mao, study shared and divergent aspects of philosophy and religion and themes concerning nature, non-being and being, theory and practice, morality and happiness. Prerequisite: None.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES
PHIL&115 Critical Thinking 5 Search Schedule
An introduction to the critical examination of arguments in their various forms, whether oral, written, or visual. Coursework will emphasize the practical analysis of arguments in everyday contexts. Specific topics include identifying premises and conclusions; recognizing common types of arguments; understanding logical fallacies. Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL& 101.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES
PHIL&120 Symbolic Logic 5 Search Schedule
Introduces students to the principles of deductive inference with a focus on proofs in both sentence logic and predicate logic with quantifiers; also includes a study of semantic methods for testing validity. This course was formerly known as PHIL& 106, Introduction to Logic. Prerequisite: MATH 099 or equivalent.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, QUANTITATIVE, AA-AAS-T-QUANTITATIVE, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES
PHIL 211 Great Thinkers of the Ancient World 5 Search Schedule
Studies the origins and character of philosophical thinking in ancient Greece and a critical examination of assumptions and concepts that were central to ancient Greek world views. The emphasis will be on works of the Pre-Socratic philosophers, Plato and Aristotle. Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL& 101.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES
PHIL 220 Philosophy of Religion 5 Search Schedule
Introduces students to philosophical inquiry into the major elements of religious thought and experience. Issues include arguments for God's existence, atheism, the problem of evil, the relationship of faith to reason, religious experiences, religious ethics, and immortality. Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL& 101.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES

RUSS 121 Russian I 4 Search Schedule
Introduction to the four basic skills of Russian language; listening, speaking, reading and writing and to the language within its cultural context. Prerequisite: None.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES
RUSS 122 Russian II 4 Search Schedule
Continued study of the Russian language within its cultural context, and further development of essential skills in listening, speaking, reading, and writing. Prerequisite: RUSS 121 or equivalent or instructor's permission.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES

SPAN&121 Spanish I 5 Search Schedule
Introduction to the four basic skills of the language: listening, speaking, reading and writing. The language will be studied within its cultural context. This course was formerly known as SPAN 101. Prerequisite: None.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES
SPAN&122 Spanish II 5 Search Schedule
Additional skills in listening, speaking, reading and writing. Continuing study of cultural themes. This course was formerly known as SPAN 102. Prerequisite: SPAN 101 or SPAN& 121 or equivalent or instructor's permission.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES
SPAN&123 Spanish III 5 Search Schedule
Completion of the study of the first year sequence of basic skills. This course was formerly known as SPAN 103. Prerequisite: SPAN& 122 or SPAN 102 or equivalent or instructor's permission.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES
SPAN&221 Spanish IV 5 Search Schedule
Consolidation and expansion of communicative skills in speaking, reading and writing acquired in introductory Spanish language courses. Increasing cultural competency. This course was formerly known as SPAN 201, Intermediate Spanish I. Prerequisite: SPAN& 123 or SPAN 103 or equivalent or instructor's permission.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES
SPAN&222 Spanish V 5 Search Schedule
Consolidation and expansion of communicative skills in speaking, reading and writing acquired in introductory Spanish language courses. Increasing cultural competency. This course was formerly known as SPAN 202, Intermediate Spanish II. Prerequisite: SPAN& 221 or SPAN 201 or equivalent or instructor's permission.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES
SPAN&223 Spanish VI 5 Search Schedule
Consolidation and expansion of communicative skills in speaking, reading and writing acquired in introductory Spanish language courses. Increasing cultural competency. This course was formerly known as SPAN 203. Prerequisite: SPAN& 222 or SPAN 202 or equivalent or instructor's permission.
Distribution: AA, AS, DTA, HUMANITIES, NURSING HUMANITIES, AA-AAS-T-HUMANITIES