1 SCHEDULE OF classes . Winter Session 2019. January 2 February 3. Our Mission is Your Success! Apply & Register Now at Los Angeles Mission College Calendar Winter 2019 - January 2, 2019 to February 3, 2019. GENERAL CALENDAR DATES. Online Applications Accepted .. Year Round Assessment and Orientation .. Year Round Residency Determination January 1. DAY AND EVENING classes BEGIN .. January 2. Deadline to file Graduation Petition Fall 2019 graduation (No Winter or Summer graduation).. October 15. Last Day of Instruction .. February 3. FINAL EXAMS .. Last Day of Class REGISTRATION DATES Enrollment is by APPOINTMENT ONLY, via the student portal (Per Title V Regulations, students may not register before assigned appointment time). PRIORITITY REGISTRATION BEGINS .. October 22. Deadline to register online.
2 January 1. ADD classes - Late ADDS are not permitted Last day to add: Credit/Audit (after this date, Add Permission Codes will be given by the instructor) .. January 4. Last day to file for Pass/No-Pass & Section Transfer .. January 5. Last day to add a class with an Add Permission Code .. January 7. DROP classes - Must be dropped online via the student portal Last day to drop classes with a refund or without incurring fees .. check with instructor Last day to drop classes without receiving a W (No refund and drop online only) .. check with instructor Last day to drop classes with a W A letter grade is required after this check with instructor REMINDER: Course repetition is regulated by state guidelines, limiting students to a maximum of three (3) enrollments in a course, to include both substandard grades and withdrawals, unless otherwise specified in the course description.
3 If you stop attending a class (or wish to drop a class). YOU MUST DROP THE CLASS YOURSELF. Failure to do to may result in a grade of F in that class. STUDENT PORTAL (Student Information System). ADMISSIONS OFFICE HOURS. Please visit for current office hours. HOLIDAYS (College CLOSED). Winter Break December 17 to January 1. Martin Luther King January 21. VISIT OUR WEBSITE FOR UPDATED INFORMATION ON NEW classes AND CANCELLED classes : LATE ENROLLMENT: The College reserves the right to cancel or extend late enrollment for reasons relating to student enrollment, level of financial support, or any other reason at the discretion of the LACCD (District) and Los Angeles Mission College. FOR THOSE WITH DISABILITIES, ALTERNATE FORMATS OF THIS SCHEDULE ARE AVAILABLE BY CALLING WINTER 2019 SCHEDULE OF classes .
4 AFRICAN AMERICAN STUDIES ASTRONOMY. Department Chair: Mark Pursley Department Chair: Mike Fenton Vice Chair: D'Art Phares ASTRON 001-ELEMENTARY ASTRONOMY (UC/CSU) - 3 UNITS. AFRO AM 004-THE AFRICAN AMERICAN IN THE HISTORY OF THE Prerequisite: None. Advisories: ENGLISH 021 or ENGLISH 006A. I (UC/CSU) - 3 UNITS Surveys the contents and workings of the universe at an introductory level Prerequisite: None. designed to satisfy the general education science requirement, primarily for non- A survey of history from the Colonial Era (c. 1600) through the science majors. Emphasizes the physical principles essential to fundamental Reconstruction Era (1865-1877) with emphasis on Trans-Atlantic migration. understanding of astronomy. Discusses historical foundations, the tools of the Course provides critical analysis of African-American contributions to the political astronomer, the solar system, stars and stellar evolution, galaxies and deep and social development of the United States.
5 Space, cosmology, and extraterrestrial life. ONLINE CLASS DAY CLASS. 12218 LEC 10:30 hrs/wk TBA STAFF INTERNET 10529 LEC 10:50 am - 1:40 pm MTWTh Santana, R CMS 246. BIOLOGY. ANATOMY Department Chair: Stephen Brown Department Chair: Stephen Brown BIOLOGY 003-INTRODUCTION TO BIOLOGY (UC/CSU) - 4 UNITS. Vice Chair: Par Mohammadian Prerequisites: ENGLISH 028 or 008. ANATOMY 001-INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN ANATOMY (UC/CSU) Advisories: MATH 115 or MATH 123B. 4 Units Examines the fundamental principles of biology with laboratories emphasizing Prerequisites: ENGLISH 028 or 008 & BIOLOGY 003 or BIOLOGY 005. hands-on investigations. Topics include an introduction to evolutionary theory, Examines cells, tissues, and organs of these human systems: integumentary, basic biological chemistry, cell function and reproduction, cellular respiration and skeletal, muscular, nervous, circulatory, respiratory, digestive, urinary, endocrine, photosynthesis, classical and contemporary genetics, gene expression and an lymphatic, and reproductive.
6 Dissection and microscopy are used extensively in introduction to animal structure and function. Meets UC/CSU GE requirement of lab. natural science with a lab. DAY CLASS DAY classes . 11401 LEC 9:00 am - 11:50 am MTWTh STAFF CMS 102 10807 LEC 9:00 am - 11:50 am MTWTh STAFF CMS 110. AND 11402 LAB 12:10 pm - 3:00 pm MTWTh STAFF CMS 102 AND 10812 LAB 12:10 pm - 3:00 pm MTWTh STAFF CMS 110. ANTHROPOLOGY BUSINESS. Department Chair: Mark Pursley Department Chair: Vilma Bernal ANTHRO 101-HUMAN BIOLOGICAL EVOLUTION (UC/CSU) BUS 001-INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS (UC/CSU) - 3 UNITS. 3 UNITS Prerequisite: None. Prerequisites: ENGLISH 028 or 008. A survey in business providing a multidisciplinary examination of how culture, Examination of the unifying principles of human evolution including: the basic society, economic systems, legal, global, political, financial institutions, and principles of natural selection, the fossil record, the position of humans within the human behavior interact to affect a business organization's policy and practices primate order, the features that make Homo sapiens unique.
7 Within the US and global society. Demonstrates how these influences impact the ONLINE CLASS primary areas of business including: organizational structure and design;. 10940 LEC 10:30 hrs/wk TBA STAFF INTERNET leadership, human resource management; marketing; technology;. entrepreneurship; legal, accounting; financial practices; the stock and securities market; and therefore affect a business' ability to achieve its organizational goals. ART ONLINE CLASS. 11141 LEC 10:30 hrs/wk TBA Bernal, V A INTERNET. Department Chair: Curtis Stage Vice Chair: Deborah Paulsen BUS 005-BUSINESS LAW I (UC/CSU) - 3 UNITS. ART 101-SURVEY OF ART HISTORY I (UC/CSU) - 3 UNITS Prerequisite: None. Prerequisite: None. Advisory: ENGLISH 101 Study of the fundamental principles of law as they apply in the business world by A survey of Western Art and Architecture from Pre-historic through Medieval examining legal rights and remedies, business torts and crimes, contracts, periods; students develop perceptual and critical skills by analyzing the evolution agency, employment, intellectual property, business structure and negotiable and function of art within historical, cultural, and philosophical contexts.
8 Instruments. ONLINE CLASS ONLINE CLASS. 10439 LEC 10:30 hrs/wk TBA Folland, T F INTERNET 11405 LEC 10:30 hrs/wk TBA Bordbar, J K INTERNET. ART 109-THE ARTS OF AFRICA, OCEANIA, AND ANCIENT. AMERICA (UC/CSU) - 3 UNITS. Prerequisite: None. Advisory: ENGLISH 101. Provides an overview of art and architecture from Africa, Oceania, and Native North and South America in relation to their history, religion, and culture. ONLINE CLASS. 10625 LEC 10:30 hrs/wk TBA Lavasani, N M INTERNET. Los Angeles Mission College Pg 1 of 7. WINTER 2019 SCHEDULE OF classes . CHICANO 008-THE MEXICAN-AMERICAN IN THE HISTORY OF. CHEMISTRY THE UNITED STATES II (UC/CSU) - 3 UNITS. Department Chair: Mike Fenton Prerequisite: None. Vice Chair: Said Pazirandeh Concentrates on Mexican American history of the nineteenth and twentieth CHEM 051-FUNDAMENTALS OF CHEMISTRY I (UC/CSU) - 5 UNITS centuries.
9 Discussion centers on the participation, contributions, and experiences Prerequisites: MATH 115 or 123B by Mexican Americans. Major areas include the socio-historical, political, judicial, A course in basic concepts of inorganic chemistry designed for students with legislative, economic and educational experiences. Topics include the Mexican interests in nursing, nutrition, dietetics, food science, and environmental and American Southwest, the Mexico War, American Expansionism, occupational health majors, and for liberal arts students in need of a laboratory Treaties, Constitution, Bill of Rights, California Constitution, desegregation course in physical sciences. It is not intended for students planning to take struggle, American Nativism, Mexican Repatriation, WWII, Zoot-Suit Riots, Chemistry 101.
10 Bracero Program, Mexican American Labor Movement and the Chicano DAY CLASS Movement and their impact on political participation. This course fulfills the 10015 LEC 11:00 am - 2:50 pm MTWTh Godjoian, G CMS 236 American History and Institutions requirements under Social Sciences (Section AND 10016 LAB 8:00 am - 10:50 am MTWTh Godjoian, G CMS 201 D), both under History and Political science components. ONLINE CLASS. CHEM 065-INTRODUCTORY GENERAL CHEMISTRY (UC/CSU) 11215 LEC 10:30 hrs/wk TBA Morales, J J INTERNET. 4 UNITS Prerequisites: MATH 123C or 125 DAY CLASS. An introductory course for students who wish to enroll in Chemistry 101. Course 11217 LEC 7:55 am - 10:45 am MTWTh Mungaray, J L CSB 201. presents the basic principles, laws, and nomenclature of inorganic chemistry, with emphasis on the application of chemical principles to everyday life and the CHICANO 037-CHICANO LITERATURE (UC/CSU) - 3 UNITS.