Las Positas College | Summer-Fall 2022 Class Schedule

79 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. student holistically, including career development. Students will be learning pre-transfer level material with the goal of preparing them to be successful in their upcoming class. It is STRONGLY RECOMMENDED that students taking this course are enrolled in a community college math course. NONCREDIT LECTURE CLASSES Classes taken in these modes are guided by the instructor. Refer to the online schedule for details on each course’s requirements. Students may be required to purchase internet-based software for some math classes. For more information, see the section titled “Online Learning” in this schedule, or go to A TI-84 or TI-83 calculator or internet-based software may be required for some sections of a course. There may be a fee associated with these materials. Consult with the instructor or bookstore before registering for this course. NMAT 255 INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA FOR BSTEM 0.0 Units Intermediate Algebra concepts, in the service of Business, Science, Technology, Engineering and Math fields (BSTEM), will be explored in this course including: an introduction to functions; linear and absolute value functions; absolute value equations and inequalities; compound linear inequalities; rational expressions, functions and equations; radical expressions, functions and equations; rational exponents; complex numbers; quadratic functions and equations; inverse of a function; exponential and logarithmic functions; properties of logarithms; exponential and logarithmic equations; conic sections; and systems of equations and inequalities. Multiple representations, applications and modeling with functions are emphasized throughout. Students can petition to get credit for the Math 55 Intermediate Algebra for BSTEM course by examination. Strongly Recommended: NMAT 210 or MATH 110 or MATH 110B with a minimum grade of C NUTRITION NTRN 1 INTRO TO NUTRITION SCIENCE 3.0 Units Scientific concepts of nutrition related to the function of nutrients, sources and recommended intakes. Nutritional assessment and the role of nutrition in the maintenance of health. Strongly Recommended: CHEM 30A, MATH 110 with a minimum grade of C NTRN 5 SPORTS NUTRITION 3.0 Units Students will study the role of nutrition in sports, performance and physical fitness. Optimal food, nutrient, and activity choices to maximize athletic performance for all athlete types. Strongly Recommended: NUTR 1 with a minimum grade of C OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH OSH 50 INTRO OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY/HLTH 3.0 Units An introductiontotheprinciples andtechniquesof occupational safety and health management. Includes historical evolution, professional make-up and safety practitioners, and analysis and implementation of a typical safety program. PHILOSOPHY PHIL 1 GOD, NATURE, HUMAN NATURE 3.0 Units An exploration of the nature and range of philosophical inquiry in relation to everyday problems of humans as individuals, as citizens, as physical creatures, and as creators of spiritual and artistic works. Philosophical texts are analyzed with special attention given to the development of skills in analysis and argumentation. NOTE: Philosophy 2 and 4 are also introductory courses and may be taken before Philosophy 1 if a more detailed examination of ethical problems, the theory of knowledge, or political philosophy is desired. Strongly Recommended: Eligibility for ENG 1A Students may take Philosophy classes in any order. PHIL 2 ETHICS 3.0 Units This course covers the concepts of morality, values and influential ethical theories. Students taking this course will be required to use philosophical methods to evaluate these theories for themselves and show how these theories can apply to everyday ethical questions. Strongly Recommended: Eligibility for ENG 1A Students may take Philosophy classes in any order. PHIL 4 INTRO TO PHILOSOPHY: KNOWLEDGE 3.0 Units Systematic analysis of documents that constitute the major statements in the theory of knowledge. Investigation of the nature of knowledge, truth and belief. Emphasis placed on enabling students to analyze, critique and defend their own systems of beliefs. Strongly Recommended: Eligibility for ENG 1A Students may take Philosophy classes in any order. PHIL 6 INTRODUCTION TO LOGIC 3.0 Units An introduction to Logic. This course is designed to develop effective reasoning skills. Valid reasoning through formal deductive logic is emphasized, but the course also covers meaning in language, fallacies, and inductive reasoning methods in philosophy, literature and the sciences. Strongly Recommended: Eligibility for ENG 1A Students may take Philosophy classes in any order. PHOTOGRAPHY PHTO 50 INTRODUCTION TO PHOTOGRAPHY 3.0 Units Introduction to the history and development of photography, basic processes, various types of cameras, materials, basic shooting, processing developing, and printing of photographs. Students enrolled in this class will be assessed a $20 materials fee at registration. Scan here to visit the current Fall 2022 class schedule online

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