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Course Flyers for Spring 2017

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General Education Transfer Classes
First 8-week Session

Late-Start Mid-Semester Classes
(start dates vary)

Studio Art Laboratory – Starts 2/7/2017

ART 175-A B1L, Code #25293, 1 unit
ART 175-B B1L, Code #25294, 1 unit

Art 175 FlyerWork on your creative projects, from drawing and painting to performance and storyboarding.

Time: Tuesdays, 1:30 – 4:50 pm, late-start class begins 2/7/2017

Location: Art Studio, Room 413

Instructor: Juana Alicia Araiza

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Art 4 – Modern Art History

Art 4 – B2 – Class Code # 20703 – view the Art 4 Flyer

Art 4 flyer Wondering about your future? There’s a place for you in Modern Art History – Art 4 -Section B2 – Class Code # 20703

Visit Romantic Utopias, Bloody Battlefields, and Houses of Ill-Repute?

Meet Doomed Royalty, Revolutionary Heroes, and lots of Nudes!

Witness Remarkable Inventions, Nightmarish Visions, and Zany Behavior!

Instructor: Hannah Tandeta

Meeting Time: Tuesdays and Thursdays, 8 – 9:15 AM

Location: Room 52

Humanities @ Berkeley City College

Expanded Course Descriptions – Spring 2017


Humanities flyerView the full Expanded Course Descriptions for Humanities here

Elementary Modern Standard Arabic

Arab 1A, 5 Units – Section B1 – Code #21228

ARABIC flyerWould You Like to Speak Arabic?

Time/Place: Mondays & Wednesdays, 10 a.m. – 12:15 p.m.

Location: Room 216

Time/Place: Mondays & Wednesdays, 10 a.m. – 12:15 p.m.

Arab 1A, 5 Units – Section B1 – Code #21371

Location: Room 214

Instructor: Gaye Walton-Price, Ph.D. ,

Class Begins on Monday, 1/23/2017

Arab 1A course flyer

Career & Life Planning

COUN 57, 3 units – Section B1 – Code #20186

COUN 57 flyerWhich Career is Best for You?
Explore your many career options in Career/Life Planning at Berkeley City College
Time: Mondays, 6 – 7:15 pm
Location: Room 33
Instructor: Allene Young-Hegler
Recommended Preparation: ENGL 201B. Class starts Monday, 1/23/2017. Note: This is an Online Transfer College class that meets 1.5 hrs/wk in class; remainder of hrs. online.

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Business Communications

BUS 19, 3 Units – Code #21507

Learn one of the most sought-after and valuable
skills for any type of job!
9:30-10:45 a.m.  Tuesday and Thursday
Location: Room 54
Instructor: Jayne Matthews

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The U.S. Constitution and Criminal Due Process

POSCI 6, 3 Units, Section B1 – Code #21421

Due Process? Civil Liberties?
Equal Protection? Today?
Where do they fit in YOUR life?
1:30-4:20 pm, Thursday
Location: Room 226
Instructor: Marge Haskell

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Survey of Programming Languages for the Web

CIS 104, 3 Units, 3 Units, Section B1L –  Code #24532,

Learn How to Code Interactive Web Sites
with HTML5, CSS and JavaScript —
Enroll in Survey of Programming
Languages for the Web
6-7:50 pm, Tuesday
Location: Room 312
Instructor: Neil Dunlop

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Feminist Philosophy

PHIL 35, 3 Units, Class #21169, Also Listed As WS 35, Class #21211

• What is feminism?
• Why do we need it?
• Can men be feminists?
• How does feminism differ in different
parts of the world?
• Does feminism have a future or is it dead?
Tuesdays, 6:30-9:20 p.m
Location: Room 31
Instructor: Shawn Doubiago

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Introduction to Humanities

HUM 1, 3 Units, Class #20946, Also Listed As Online , Class #21348

Immerse yourself in play, games, and the
aesthetics of everyday life.
9:30-10:45am Monday/Wednesday,
Location: Room 31
Instructor: Dylan Eret

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Popular Culture

HUM 15, 3 Units, Class #24809

Navigate a new forms of american popular culture and technology since the turn of the twentieth century.
Tuesdays, 6:30-9:20 p.m
Location: Room 31
Instructor: Dylan Eret

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HUM 30B, 3 Units, Class #20941

Examine the nature of the “beautiful” through the study of art, philosophy, history, folklore, mathematics, and science.
11:00 am – 12:15 pm, Monday, Wednesday
Location: Room 31
Instructor: Dylan Eret

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Persist/Persist To College Program

PERSIST (Personal Initiative and Social Transformation) is a one semester bridge program that acts as a gateway toward success in college, for students who wish to transfer or achieve workforce preparedness. Students in PERSIST develop tools in communication and leadership while acquiring math, writing and critical thinking skills crucial to a certificate program or degree.

View the PERSIST/PERSIST TO COLLEGE OVERVIEW, and also visit the PERSIST site and the PERSIST TO COLLEGE site.

PHIL 31A #21392: Human Values/Ethics

Phil 31A flyerWhat does it take for a person’s life to go well? Why are certain actions morally wrong, while others are not? Is it a fact that stealing, for example, is morally wrong, or is that just an opinion? Explore these and other ethical questions in a fun, discussion-based class!

Time: Wednesdays, 6:30 pm – 7:45 pm + Online (this is a hybrid course)

Location: Room 33

Instructor: Ari Krupnick

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English 14 – #21515 – 3 units

Engl 14 flyerBerkeley City College’s student-run newsletter

Write stories for a real audience. Learn about journalism. Get published. Build your resume.

Time: Tuesdays, 6:30 pm – 9:20 pm

Location: Room 322

Instructor: Hollie Hardy

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Human Resources Management

BUS 56, Code #20802, 3 units

BUS 56 flyerAre you or do you plan to be an employee or a supervisor?

Learn the Do’s and Don’ts of Employment!

Time: Tuesdays and Thursdays, 1:30 – 2:45 pm, starts 1/24/2017

Location: Room 52

Instructor: Jayne Matthews

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