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ABE 044 - Leadership Basics, Part 1
Students will learn how to apply leadership techniques at work, home, school and in the community.
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ABE 046 - Attitudes for Success - This class is taught in Spanish
Provides students with discussion and information about attitudes and behaviors that influence their personal and educational development.
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ABE 112 - Beginning Spanish Literacy
Instructs Spanish-speaking students in basic reading, writing, and math. Class is taught in Spanish.
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ABE 113 - Intermediate Spanish Literacy
Instructs Spanish-speaking students in the continued development of reading, writing, and math skills. Class is taught in Spanish.
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ABE 114 - Advanced Spanish Literacy
Instructs Spanish-speaking students in advanced development of reading, writing, and math skills. Class is taught in Spanish.
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CTZN 020 - Citizenship
Provides basic knowledge and preparation for the United States citizenship process and naturalization test.
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ESL 120 - ESL Civics (Citizenship for English Language Learners)
English needed to prepare for the U.S. Citizenship Examination.
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ESL 130 - Multilevel English as a Second Language
A multilevel support class for English as a Second Language students.
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ESL 301 - Beginning Low
Learn to read and write sentences and communicate basic needs.
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ESL 302 - Beginning High
Read one-page texts about familiar topics and write multiple sentences. Have conversations to share needs, likes, and dislikes.
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ESL 303 - Intermediate Low
Learn to read different types of texts and write paragraphs. Summarize and share opinions in conversation.
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ESL 304 - Intermediate High
Read various texts and write well-structured paragraphs. Share ideas and opinions about a wide range of topics in conversation.
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ESL 305 - Advanced Low
Read and communicate about authentic English texts on a wide range of topics and write multi-paragraph compositions. Use critical thinking skills to share opinions and debate in conversation.
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ESL 306 - Advanced High
Read, communicate, and debate about authentic English texts on a wide range of topics and write well-structured, multi-paragraph compositions. Use critical and creative thinking skills to easily convey opinions and debate in conversation.
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ESL 398 - English Language Lab
The ELL is open to all levels and students are welcome to study in the center. Provides English language learners of all levels the opportunity to improve and support their language skills, while increasing knowledge of civics, citizenship, and computer literacy, through individualized, small group, and technology-based instruction.
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ESL 489 - Intermediate Writing
Introduces non-native English speakers with intermediate writing skills to advanced sentence structures and writing strategies, focusing on strong paragraphs with logical development in a variety of organizational styles.
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ESL 491 - Advanced Grammar Review & Essay Writing
This course will provide intensive review and practice on essay writing. It will include topic/thesis statement and organization of complex ideas in body paragraphs by following essay models. The course will review adjective, noun, and adverb clauses, and parallelism in sentences. Five high school elective credits maybe awarded if students pass required course posttests/assessments with 80% or higher.
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ESL 510 - English for Work 1
Focuses on workplace communication, work related vocabulary skills, job applications, and workplace safety and issues.
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ESL 520 - English for Work 2
Focuses on communicating in the workplace, job safety, work-related vocabulary skills, workplace culture and career pathways.
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ESL 530 - American English Pronunciation
English language fluency with an emphasis on receptive skills and pronunciation.
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ESL 570 - Conversation 1
Basic conversational strategies and oral skills for basic social interactions.
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ESL 580 - Conversation 2
Advanced conversational strategies and development of oral skills for level appropriate settings.
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ESL 720 - ESL Transition to College
This noncredit course prepares students for transition to Santa Ana College by developing language skills, critical reasoning and thinking, academic study skills and student success strategies. Completion of Advanced ESL levels or equivalent is recommended. Five high school elective credits may be granted for successful completion of the class.
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HSART 601 - Music Theory 1
A beginning level music course that introduces students to the vocabulary and basic principles of music.
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HSS 031 - High School Equivalency Test Preparation
Provides preparation for the GED and HiSET exams. Instruction available in English and Spanish.
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HSS 035 - High School Equivalency Test Preparation - Reading
Provides preparation for the GED and HiSET exams in the subject area of reading.
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HSS 036 - High School Equivalency Test Preparation - Writing
Provides individualized instruction in preparation for the High School Equivalency exam. Covers test-taking strategies and the essentials of writing.
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HSS 037 - High School Equivalency Test Preparation - Math
Provides individualized instruction in preparation for the High School Equivalency exam. Covers test-taking strategies and the essentials of mathematics.
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HSS 038 - High School Equivalency Test Preparation - Social Studies
Provides individualized instruction in preparation for the High School Equivalency exam. Covers test-taking strategies and the essentials of social studies.
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HSS 039 - High School Equivalency Test Preparation - Science
Provides individualized instruction in preparation for the High School Equivalency exam. Covers test-taking strategies and the essentials of science.
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HSS 090 - Leadership Basics 1
Students will learn how to apply leadership techniques at work, home, school and in the community.
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OAP 200 - Health and Wellness
Provides information and discussion related to current and relevant health and wellness topics. Students will research techniques, decision making, and communication skills to enhance learning.
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OAP 457 - Music Arts for Older Adults
Develops and enhances music appreciation, vocal and instrumental skill.
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OAP 802 - Seminar for Older Adults
Provides information and a discussion forum related to th examination of concerns common to older adults.
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OAP 823 - Manipulative Skills for Older Adults
Concentrates on maintenance and improvement of motor skills though utilization of a variety of art media and techniques.
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PRNT 558 - Early Childhood Care and Development for Family Child Care Providers
Provides knowledge about the care and development of young children for family childcare providers seeking state licensing.
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PRNT 562 - Health Education for Family Child Care Providers
Provides family child care providers with health and safety information related to licensing.
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VAUTO 668 - Introduction to Automotive
Introduction to the primary automotive systems used on modern vehicles. Theory, parts nomenclature, and description of system operation are emphasized. This course is intended for students seeking technical knowledge, with hands-on lab work, and future employment in as an automotive service technician.
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VAUTO 670 - Introduction to Diesel- Preventive Maintenance Inspection
Introduction to Diesel- Preventive Maintenance Inspection (Note: To be successful in this class, a students need good command of the English language, good basic math skills, and good verbal communication ability)
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VBUS 118 - Introduction to Windows
Introduces Windows navigation, views, commands, file management, customization and more.
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VBUS 124 - Introduction to Keyboarding I
Instruction in keyboarding by touch for speed and accuracy.
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VBUS 125 - Introduction to Keyboarding II
Instruction in keyboarding by touch, basic document editing and word processing.
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VBUS 200 - Topics in Career Education
A specialized course on topics related to current needs of Career Education students.
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VBUS 243 - Introduction to Customer Service Skills
Provides basic training in customer service, interpersonal skills,attitude, and initiative.
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VBUS 244 - Introduction to Databases/MS Access
Instruction in creating tables, queries, forms and reports. *Please note the free program we offer is for PCs only, and will not work with Macs*
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VBUS 245 - Introduction to Desktop Publishing/MS Publisher
Instruction in creating publications, flyers, newsletters, brochures,and invitations. *Please note the free program we offer is for PCs only, and will not work with Macs*
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VBUS 258 - Navigating the Internet
Introduces the internet, connections, research, data retrieval, and email.
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VBUS 260 - Introduction to Word Processing/MS Word
Instruction in creating formatting, editing, saving, and printing documents.
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VBUS 262 - Introduction to Spreadsheets/MS Excel
Instruction in basic spreadsheet concepts using sample problems.
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VBUS 270 - Introduction to MS Outlook
Instruction in the use of calendar, meeting, emails and contacts.
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VBUS 280 - Accounting Terminology
This is a beginning accounting course designed for students with little or no accounting background. It introduces and provides an understanding of accounting terminology to prepare students for accounting occupations and accounting coursework.
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VBUS 281 - Introduction to Quickbooks
Provides introductory instruction for using Quickbooks.
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VBUS 303 - Introduction to Electronic Imaging/Adobe Photoshop
Instruction in using the Photoshop software program.
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VBUS 304 - Introduction to Electronic Presentations/ Power Point
Instruction in creating electronic presentations.
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VBUS 340 - Career Exploration
Students will explore available occupations, careers, educational or training programs using a variety of available resources.
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VBUS 400 - Employability Skills
Instruction in creating a career path, goals, resume, cover letter, interview techniques, and job retention skills.
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VBUS 402 - WorkForce Power Skills
This course helps students develop and practice the power skills - typically referred to as soft skills -that they need every day to be effective and stay competitive in today's workforce. When combined with industry knowledge and behaviors, mastery of power skills results in higher levels of individual performance and growth.
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VBUS 450 - COMPTIA A+ Certification Preparation
Instruction and test preparation for taking the A+ certification test.
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VBUS 500 - Digital Literacy for Academic Tier 1
Digital literacy course that prepares students for academic and workplace success by providing instruction on the fundamental technology skills needed to be digitally literate. Topics covered include: computer and smart phone functionality; introduction to the internet; the internet to find information; mobile applications for language learning; email creation and usage; online forms; video and audio sharing sites for language learning; social media for information; word processing applications; and introduction to online educational applications.
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VBUS 501 - Digital Literacy for Academic Tier 2
The second integrated digital literacy course that prepares students for academic and workplace success by providing instruction on the primary technology skills needed to enhance digital literacy. Topics covered include: review of topics covered in Digital Literacy for Academic and Professional Success - Tier I; the internet to search and evaluate information; mobile applications for learning and productivity; email etiquette for social and professional exchanges; online applications for synchronous communication; social media for civic and professional engagement; use word processing programs for academic and career readiness; online educational applications for collaboration; and overview of learning management systems (e.g., Canvas).
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VBUS 502 - Digital Literacy for Academic Tier 3
The third integrated digital literacy course that prepares students for academic and workplace success by providing in depth instruction on a range of technology skills needed to further enhance digital literacy. Topics covered include: review of topics covered in Digital Literacy for Academic and Professional Success - Tier I and II; internet safety and one’s digital footprint; plagiarism in the Digital Age; use word processing programs for academic and career readiness; email and text communication – social and professional standards; introduction to online conferencing; introduction to blogging and wikis; expansion and application of online educational programs; and learning management systems – navigation and participation.
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VBUS 503 - Digital Literacy for Real World Application
Creating an online professional presence including: creating your own professional website, building and online presence via social media, and learning how to market yourself and your services to prospective companies.
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VBUS 559 - Business Practices for Family Child Care
Provides potential family child care providers with information and skills necessary for successful operation of a family child care business.
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VBUS 576 - Computer Basics: Systems and Networks
Instruction in the networking of various operating systems.
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VBUS 590 - How to Start a Small Business
An introductory series of classes focusing on specific topics addressing the needs of individuals thinking about starting a small business.
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VCNST 101 - Introduction to Welding
Introduction to Welding- (Note: To be successful in this class, a students need good command of the English language, good basic math skills, and good verbal communication ability)
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VFDM 100 - Introduction to the Fashion Industry
Introduction to the Fashion Industry Note: To be successful in this class, a students need good command of the English language, good basic math skills, and good verbal communication ability
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VFDM 105 - Basic Sewing
Basic Sewing- (Note: To be successful in this class, a students need good command of the English language, good basic math skills, and good verbal communication ability)
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VFOOD 005 - ServSafe Food Handler
This course prepares students for employment in commercial and institutional food kitchens. It prepares students for the ServSafe Food Handler Certification.
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VFOOD 200 - Line Cook Food Preparation
Students master basic cooking techniques which can be used to create an endless variety of dishes. They learn many aspects of food preparations, and the proper methods of presentation and serving.
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VFOOD 210 - Servesafe Food Protection Manager Certification
The certification allows students to obtain employment in commercial and institutional food kitchens. The following areas will be covered: foodborne microorganisms and allergens; purchasing, receiving and storing food; preparing, cooking, and serving food; cleaning and sanitizing facilities; and learning pest control methods.
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VFOOD 212 - Baking and Pastry Master Class
Provides instruction on the fundamentals of pastry making. Students are introduced key preparations that become the building blocks of other, finished pastry dishes. The focus is on various types of dough, custards, and soufflés.
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VHLTH 704 - Introduction to Biotechnology
Note: To be successful in this class, a students need good command of the English language, good basic math skills, and good verbal communication ability Note: It is recommended to take VHLTH 705 Simultaneously This course is a general examination of biology as it relates to the field of biotechnology. Topics include the fundamental chemical processes common in prokaryotic and eukaryotic biology, chemistry of bio-molecules (proteins, enzymes, nucleic acids and lipids), cellular and molecular biology, basic immunology, and classical and molecular genetics with an emphasis on gene expression and genetic engineering.
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VHLTH 705 - Introductory Biotech Lab
Note: To be successful in this class, a students need good command of the English language, good basic math skills, and good verbal communication ability Note: It is recommended to take VHLTH 704 Simultaneously This laboratory is a general examination of biology as it relates to the field of biotechnology. The laboratory addresses basic skills and techniques common to the biotechnology industry. Topics include the measurement of activity and quantity of proteins, growth and manipulation of bacteria, genetic engineering and antibody methods. This course is intended as a laboratory class for students majoring in applied biology and as a general education laboratory option for all students.
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VHLTH 799 - Introduction to Pharmacy Technology
Note: To be successful in this class, a students need good command of the English language, good basic math skills, and good verbal communication ability. Overview of the SAC Pharmacy Technician training program. Definition of the roles and preview of the opportunities open to pharmacy technicians in various practice settings. Presentation of pharmaceutical dosage forms, the drug development process, and drug classification systems. Introduction to prescription labeling and to the law and ethics of pharmacy practice. May award two high school elective credits if student completes all the required assignments with a minimum passing grade of 70%.
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VHOSP 201 - Career Focus- Hospitality Services
Develops knowledge of hospitality service systems.
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VMFG 680 - Manufacturing
Note: To be successful in this class, a students need good command of the English language, good basic math skills, and good verbal communication ability Fundamental operations on lathes, milling machines, grinders, and drill presses, including precision measurements and layout. Equips students with skills and theory necessary to enter or upgrade within the machinist trade. Students may be awarded 10 high school elective credits if they complete and pass all course assignments and requirements.
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