Chabot College | Fall 2021 Class Schedule

Chabot College • Fall 2021 Class Schedule 25 510.723.6600 • For more information about Special Programs, please visit our website: INTERNATIONAL STUDENT PROGRAM 510.723.6715 The International Student Program consists of caring multilingual professionals who provide admissions, orientation, eventprogramming, and Immigrationadvising to International students from around the world. The program supports International students from admission through graduation to ensure that their experience at Chabot College and in the U.S. is enjoyable and successful. Chabot College offers academic and counseling services to International students. Chabot College is authorized under Federal Law to enroll non-immigrant alien students. 510.723.6619* The PACE Program, a Degree & Transfer Program for working adults, is a Learning Community designed to help working adults pursue an AA degree and transfer to CSU. PACE is designed to meet the needs of students who work 9am-5pm jobs and so require convenient evening, and online courses. The PACE Program fulfills both AA degree requirements at Chabot, and CSU General Education transfer requirements. PACE is a “college within a college” which helps build a sense of community among students and instructors. Students take all their General Education classes together over multiple semesters. PACE offers students support, flexibility, and networking opportunities, as well as specialized services from an academic counselor. PACE offers clear pathways toward certain academic goals, and is an excellent destination for students starting or returning to college, who wish to pursue careers in Social Science (Psychology, Sociology, etc.), Education, or Business. Most PACE students earn an AA degree and then transfer to complete their Bachelor of Arts degree. Our primary transfer destination is CSU East Bay’s PACE Program, which offers majors in Human Development, Liberal Studies, and a Business Minor/option. Other Bay Area transfer colleges include, among others, Holy Names University and St. Mary’s. Below is a list of PACE courses offered in Fall 2021. All courses are taught fully online. Courses which are taught livestream are marked with an asterisk. PACE students have preferential access to PACE courses. MESA/TRiO STEM 510.723.7265 The MESA/TRiO-STEM program offers academic counseling, priority registration, tutoring, speakers from STEM industries, conferences, and campus visits as well as information on the transfer process, financial aid, and internships. We also provide our Center in Room 2005 as a study and relaxation space for students with free school supplies, printing, and snacks as well as textbooks, laptops, and calculators that can be borrowed. To be eligible, students must be: 1) in a STEM major; 2) intending to transfer to a 4-year university; and 3) must demonstrate an economic and/or educational disadvantage. (Usually that means receiving financial aid and/or being the first generation in your family to get a bachelor’s degree in the US.) To find out more or to apply, visit us in Room 2005, check out our website, or call us at (510) 723-7265. Applicants to the PACE program must fill out a PACE application and attend a PACE Orientation. For more information about PACE, please visit our website at or send an e-mail to [email protected] . Our website includes links to the PACE Student Criteria, to the PACE Application Form, and to the flyer with meeting dates and times for the PACE Orientations. SUBJECT TITLE UNITS CRN ANTH 1* Biological/Physical Anthropology 3 Units 20147 COMM1* Fund of Speech Communication 3 Units 20512 ENGL 1* Critical Reading & Composition 4 Units 22662 ENGL 4A* Critical Think & Writing Literature 4 Units 23249 GEO 1 Introduction to Physical Geography 3 Units 22143 GEO 1L Intro to Physical Geography Lab 1 Unit 23415 HIS 8 History Post Reconstruction 3 Units 22457 HLTH 4 Women and Health 3 Units 20764 MUSL 8 History Rock & Roll/Popular Music 3 Units 22121 SUBJECT TITLE UNITS CRN POSC 1 Into to American Government 3 Units 23085 PSY 1 General Psychology 3 Units 20584 PSY 4 Brain, Mind, and Behavior 3 Units 23416 PSY 5* Stats for Behavioral Sciences 4 Units 21704 PSY 5W* Stats for Behavioral Sciences Wkshp 0.5 Unit 22458 PSY 33 Personal & Social Adjustment 3 units 20892 RELS 50 Religions of the World 3 Units 21509 SOCI 1 Principles of Sociology 3 Units 20290 SOCI 3 Race and Ethnic Relations 3 Units 22459 SPECIAL PROGRAMS & SERVICES

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