Classes Still Available for Spring 2019 Semester

Spring semester classes start Monday, January 28, but classes are still available and you can register without an add code until Sunday, January 27, at 11:59 p.m.

We invite you to look at the open class list online. There are still a number of classes available that may fit your needs, and closed classes may have a waitlist option available.

If you are on a waitlist, please remember that waitlists expire at midnight on the day the class begins. That means that on the first day a class meets, there’s no longer a waitlist. Instead, the list is included in priority order on the instructor’s roster as a tool to help faculty with the petition process. So, if you’re on a waitlist, you’ll need to attend the first class meeting in hopes of obtaining an add code.

Register for classes by:

  • Logging into myGateway and clicking on “Add or Drop Classes” in Registration Tools; or
  • Stopping by the Counseling Center on the 2nd floor of the Student Center (Building 19) for help selecting classes that fit into your student educational plan.

The following is a partial list of classes that are still available:

ACR – Automotive Collision Repair

  • ACR 007 C – Refinishing Technician I
  • ACR 008 C – Refinishing Technician II
  • ACR 050 C – ACR/Special Projects
  • ACR 070 C – Automotive Color Matching

AJ – Administration of Justice

  • AJ 120 C – Concepts of Criminal Law
  • AJ 140 C – Criminal Investigation
  • AJ 160 C – Community and the Justice System

ANTH – Anthropology

  • ANTH 101 C – Biological Anthropology
  • ANTH 103 C – Introduction to Archaeology
  • ANTH 121 C – Native North America

ART – Art

  • ART 100 C – Fundamentals of Art
  • ART 114 C – Modern Art History
  • ART 130 C – Introduction to Printmaking
  • ART 174 C – Jewelry Design
  • ART 175 C – Metalsmithing
  • ART 216 C – Latin American Art
  • ART 244 C – Illustration

ASTR – Astronomy

  • ASTR 116 C – Introduction to Astronomy

AT – Automotive Technology

  • AT 050 C – Auto Tech Special Projects
  • AT 101 C – Survey of the Automobile
  • AT 106 C – Automotive Electrical II

ATC – Aviation and Travel Careers

  • ATC 101 C – Introduction to Travel Careers
  • ATC 160 C – UAV-UAS Basic
  • ATC 162 C – UAV-UAS Basic Flight

BIOL – Biology

  • BIOL 278 C – Molecular Biology

CHIN – Chinese

  • CHIN 102 C – Elementary Chinese-Mandarin II

CIS – Computer Information Systems

  • CIS 103 C – Microsoft Excel and PowerPoint
  • CIS 110 C – Linux Operating System
  • CIS 121 C – Adobe PDF Document Management
  • CIS 233 C – Cisco Networking 4

COMM – Communication Studies

  • COMM 100 C – Human Communication
  • COMM 138 C – Forensics

COUN – Counseling and Guidance

  • COUN 073 C – Computer Access I
  • COUN 139 C – Career Exploration
  • COUN 140 C – Educational Planning

CTRP – Court Reporting

  • CTRP 030 C – CR Beginning Practice Lab
  • CTRP 031 C – CR Intermediate Practice Lab
  • CTRP 035 C – Advanced Practice Lab

DANC – Dance

  • DANC 100 C – Introduction to Dance Appreciation
  • DANC 101 C – Multicultural Dance in the US
  • DANC 109 C – Dance Improvisation
  • DANC 113 C – Tap Dance I
  • DANC 114 C – Tap Dance II
  • DANC 115 C – Hip Hop Dance
  • DANC 130 C – Afro-Caribbean Dance
  • DANC 141 C – Performance Class I

ECON – Economics

  • ECON 105 C – Principles of Economics-Micro

ENGL – English

  • ENGL 060 C – College Writing Preparation
  • ENGL 096 C – College Reading Strategies
  • ENGL 100 C – College Writing
  • ENGL 111 C – Humanities: Renaissance-Present
  • ENGL 125 C – The Film
  • ENGL 234 C – Shakespeare
  • ENGL 260 C – Survey of Arabic Literature

ESL – English as a Second Language

  • ESL 066 C – Advanced ESL Reading

ETHS – Ethnic Studies

  • ETHS 153 C – Chicana-o Contemporary Issues
  • ETHS 171 C – Asian Pacific American History

FREN – French

  • FREN 102 C – Elementary French II
  • FREN 200 C – Conversational French
  • FREN 204 C – Intermediate French IV

GEOG – Geography

  • GEOG 100 C – World Geography
  • GEOG 130 C – California Geography
  • GEOG 231 C – GIS: Spatial Analysis
  • GEOG 232 C – GIS: Analysis and Modeling

GEOL – Geology

  • GEOL 103 C – Historical Geology
  • GEOL 125 C – Natural Disasters
  • GEOL 130 C – Intro to Oceanography

HIST – History

  • HIST 160 C – Asian Civilizations II

HUSR – Human Services

  • HUSR 224 C – Self-Esteem Strategies
  • HUSR 225 C – Families and Substance Abuse
  • HUSR 242 C – Drugs and Physiology
  • HUSR 290 C – Human Services-Criminal Justice
  • HUSR 292 C – Introduction to Criminology

JAPN – Japanese

  • JAPN 101 C – Elementary Japanese I
  • JAPN 200 C – Conversational Japanese
  • JAPN 204 C – Intermediate Japanese IV

JOUR – Journalism

  • JOUR 101 C – Reporting and Writing
  • JOUR 140 C – Public Relations
  • JOUR 225 C – Student Media Practicum I
  • JOUR 228 C – Visualjournalism

KIN – Kinesiology

  • KIN 111 C – Swimming
  • KIN 146 C – Cardio Core
  • KIN 151 C – Spinning-Beginning
  • KIN 272 C – Strength and Conditioning
  • KIN 284 C – Contemporary Personal Health

MAD – Media Arts Design

  • MAD 104 C – Intro to 3D Graphics-Mac
  • MAD 105 C – Intro to 3D Graphics-Windows
  • MAD 106 C – Social Media Vlog Production
  • MAD 110 C – Animation History/Technology
  • MAD 179  C – Film Bus-Conception to Exhibit
  • MAD 187 C – Motion Graphics II
  • MAD 199 C – Computer Graphics Studio

MATH – Mathematics

  • MATH 015 C – Pre-Algebra
  • MATH 150AC – Calculus I

MGT – Management

  • MGT 143 C – Introduction to Legal Research

MKT – Marketing

  • MKT 210 C – Consumer Behavior
  • MKT 222 C – Principles of Marketing

MM – Multimedia

  • MM 100 C – Intro to Electronic Media
  • MM 105 C – Intro to Media Aesthetics

MUS – Music

  • MUS 113 C – Jazz History
  • MUS 119 C – History of Rock Music
  • MUS 127 C – Music in Film

PHIL – Philosophy / Religious Studies

  • PHIL 100 C – Introduction to Philosophy
  • PHIL 101 C – Intro to Religious Studies
  • PHIL 120 C – Religions of the West
  • PHIL 135 C – Social & Political Philosophy

POSC – Political Science

  • POSC 100 C – United States Government
  • POSC 210 C – Contemporary Political Issues

PSY – Psychology

  • PSY 101 C – Introduction to Psychology

SOC – Sociology

  • SOC 102 C – Social Problems
  • SOC 275 C – Marriage and Family
  • SOC 292 C – Introduction to Criminology

SPAN – Spanish

  • SPAN 201 C – Spanish for Spanish Speakers I

THEA – Theatre Arts

  • THEA 100 C – Introduction to Theater
  • THEA 121 C – Dynamic Movement for the Stage
  • THEA 147 C – Stage Makeup

For the full list of open classes, as well as details on the classes listed above, please visit myGateway.