Las Positas College | Summer-Fall 2022 Class Schedule

69 FALL 2022 925.424.1000 | [email protected] FALL 2022 - COURSE LISTINGS Please refer to the onl ine schedule on CLASS-Web to access course section detai ls and the course record numbers (CRNs) for registration. participation in sport and exercise and the psychological effects derived from that participation. Emphasis on understanding the psychological processes involved in human performance, models of intervention that can enhance and improve learning and performance conditions, and the strategies which can elicit and influence favorable psychological perceptions and outcomes. KIN 30 INTRODUCTION TO KINESIOLOGY 3.0 Units This class is designed to introduce the student to Kinesiology - the science of human movement (and of humans moving). Concepts in the various subfields of Kinesiology are examined and career opportunities in the field of Kinesiology are explored. Due to the interdisciplinary nature of Kinesiology, the field will be covered from a humanities, social science, and life science perspective. LIBRARY SKILLS LIBR 1 WORKINGWITH SOURCES 1.0 Units Introduction to using sources as supporting documentation in a college level research project. Teaches the skills needed to successfully find, evaluate, use, cite, and document information using library and open web sources. Focus on identifying appropriate sources and proper use of sources. Students will learn to distinguish between source types, how to avoid plagiarism, and how to use sources in their research projects. MARKETING MKTG 50 INTRODUCTION TO MARKETING 3.0 Units Marketing as a value exchange process involving all societal members; an overview of product development, pricing, placement, and promotion; Target markets including the demographic and behavioral dimensions of markets; analyses of marketing placement and pricing strategies and the social, cultural, economic, competitive and legal factors affecting marketing mix decisions. Strongly Recommended: ENG 1A with a minimum grade of C MKTG 56 MARKETING STRATEGIES 3.0 Units Current marketing trends, strategies, and techniques. Introduction to online and social media marketing. The promotional process and techniques in the development of effective content creation and branding. Advanced theories, principles, and practices of customer service, customer loyalty, and the customer experience. MKTG 61 PROFESSIONAL SELLING 3.0 Units Principles and techniques involved in selling products, ideas, and/or services. Focus is on building relationships with others, identifying the reasons a purchase decision may be made. Includes buying motives, communication options, developing commonalities, sales call planning, ethics, follow-up contacts, and customer service. Interactions for face-to-face and online encounters; professional and technical products; consultants; and anyone wanting to improve their interactions with others. MATH • Math Emporium Classes......................... pg. 69 • Lecture Classes............................................ pg. 70 • All Concurrent 71 • Math Jam........................................................ pg. 72 • NonCredit (Tuition-Free) Math Classes and Concurrent Supports....................... pg. 77 • Math Pathways Flowchart......................88, 89 MATH EMPORIUM TheMath Emporium is amode inwhich students have the ability to complete their foundational math courses, associate level math courses, and Technical Math sequence in a personalized mode. This mode allows students to self-accelerate through the material in a way that is unique to each student’s needs. Students will learn study skills and tips along with the math while working on their lab assignments. Students will decide when they are ready to take a test and take the length of time they need when testing (within the hours of operation). Students registering for a Math Emporium course are required to purchase and use the internet based software MyMathLab, which contains an online version of the textbook. MATH 30 COLLEGE ALGEBRA FOR STEM 4.0 Units College algebra core concepts relating to Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) and Business fields are explored, such as: polynomial, rational, radical, exponential, absolute value, and logarithmic functions; systems of equations; theory of polynomial equations; and analytic geometry. Multiple representations, applications and modeling with functions are emphasized throughout. May not receive credit if Mathematics 20 or 45 have been completed. Prerequisite: MATH 55 or MATH 55B or NMAT 255 with a minimum grade of C Some sections of this course are taught in the Math Emporium. For more information, go to the Mathematics Department website Students are strongly encouraged to enroll in a tuition-free, noncredit NMAT 201C or a 1 unit credit Math 101C for individualized, interactive support in College Algebra. A TI-84 or TI-83 calculator or internet-based software may be required for some sections of this course. There may be a fee associated with these materials. Consult with the instructor or bookstore before registering for this course. MATH 39 TRIGONOMETRY 4.0 Units Trigonometry includes definitions of the trigonometric functions and their inverses, graphs of the trigonometric functions and their inverses, trigonometric equations, trigonometric expressions and identities, including proofs, an introduction to vectors, polar coordinates and complex numbers. Applications include solving right triangles and Scan here to visit the current Fall 2022 class schedule online

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