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Saddleback College    
 
    
 
  Nov 17, 2017
 
2017-2018 College Catalog

Academic Courses


  

 

Emeritus

   •  TA 2X BEGINNING SCENE STUDY (EI)

Emergency Medical Technology

   •  EMT 207 EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIAN PROCEDURES
   •  EMT 207C EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIAN CLINICAL OBSERVATION
   •  EMT 210 EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIAN REFRESHER COURSE
   •  EMT 219 PARAMEDIC PREPARATION

Engineering

   •  ENGR 31 STATICS

English

   •  ENG 1A PRINCIPLES OF COMPOSITION I
   •  ENG 1AH HONORS PRINCIPLES OF COMPOSITION I
   •  ENG 1B PRINCIPLES OF COMPOSITION II
   •  ENG 1BH HONORS PRINCIPLES OF COMPOSITION II
   •  ENG 3 INTRODUCTION TO CREATIVE WRITING
   •  ENG 4 FICTION FUNDAMENTALS
   •  ENG 15A SURVEY OF AMERICAN LITERATURE - 1620-1860
   •  ENG 15B SURVEY OF AMERICAN LITERATURE - 1860-CONTEMPORARY
   •  ENG 17A SURVEY OF ENGLISH LITERATURE - BEOWULF TO ROMANTIC MOVEMENT
   •  ENG 17B SURVEY OF ENGLISH LIT - ROMANTIC MOVEMENT TO THE PRESENT
   •  ENG 18 SHAKESPEARE - THE TRAGEDIES
   •  ENG 19 SHAKESPEARE - THE COMEDIES
   •  ENG 21A WORLD LITERATURE - ANCIENT TO 17TH CENTURY
   •  ENG 21B WORLD LITERATURE - 17TH CENTURY TO MODERN PERIOD
   •  ENG 22 INTRODUCTION TO SHAKESPEARE
   •  ENG 24 ETHNIC VOICES IN LITERATURE - THE AMERICAN EXPERIENCE
   •  ENG 25 INTRODUCTION TO LITERATURE
   •  ENG 27A INTRODUCTION TO THE NOVEL
   •  ENG 27AH HONORS INTRODUCTION TO THE NOVEL
   •  ENG 44 CLASSICAL MYTHOLOGY
   •  ENG 52 THE FILM AS LITERATURE
   •  ENG 70 REASONING AND COLLEGE READING
   •  ENG 104 WRITING SHORT STORIES
   •  ENG 107 WRITING THE FICTION AND/OR NONFICTION BOOK
   •  ENG 142 CHILDREN'S LITERATURE
   •  ENG 160 LITERARY MAGAZINE
   •  ENG 180 SPEED READING AND COMPREHENSION TRAINING
   •  ENG 190 ACADEMIC READING - SUCCESS AND STRATEGIES FOR COLLEGE
   •  ENG 200 FUNDAMENTALS OF COMPOSITION
   •  ENG 267 NOVEL WORKSHOP - REVISING MANUSCRIPTS FOR PUBLICATION
   •  ENG 300 BEGINNING WRITING
   •  ENG 301 BEGINNING WRITING LAB
   •  ENG 332 READING AND VOCABULARY SKILLS LABORATORY-ESL
   •  ENG 332A READING AND VOCABULARY SKILLS LABORATORY-ESL BASIC
   •  ENG 332B READING AND VOCABULARY SKILLS LABORATORY - ESL INTERMEDIATE
   •  ENG 332C READING AND VOCABULARY SKILLS LABORATORY - ESL ADVANCED
   •  ENG 333A READING SKILLS LABORATORY BASIC
   •  ENG 333B READING SKILLS LABORATORY INTERMEDIATE
   •  ENG 333C READING SKILLS LABORATORY ADVANCED
   •  ENG 334 SPELLING SKILLS FOR COLLEGE
   •  ENG 335 SPELLING LABORATORY
   •  ENG 340 READING AND WRITING SKILLS FOR COLLEGE
   •  ENG 341 READING LABORATORY
   •  ENG 343 ACADEMIC READING AND STUDY SKILL FOR CONTENT AREA LAB
   •  ENG 345 BUILDING BASIC READING SKILLS
   •  ENG 346 BASIC READING SKILLS LAB
   •  ENG 390 INTRODUCTION TO COLLEGE ENGLISH

English as a Second Language

   •  ESL 320 BEGINNING MULTISKILLS I
   •  ESL 320 BEGINNING MULTISKILLS I
   •  ESL 321 BEGINNING MULTISKILLS II
   •  ESL 321 BEGINNING MULTISKILLS II
   •  ESL 322 BEGINNING CONVERSATION
   •  ESL 322 BEGINNING CONVERSATION
   •  ESL 323 BEGINNING PRONUNCIATION
   •  ESL 323 BEGINNING PRONUNCIATION
   •  ESL 325 BEGINNING READING AND WRITING
   •  ESL 325 BEGINNING READING AND WRITING
   •  ESL 330 INTERMEDIATE MULTISKILLS I
   •  ESL 330 INTERMEDIATE MULTISKILLS I
   •  ESL 331 INTERMEDIATE MULTISKILLS II
   •  ESL 331 INTERMEDIATE MULTISKILLS II
   •  ESL 332 INTERMEDIATE CONVERSATION
   •  ESL 332 INTERMEDIATE CONVERSATION
   •  ESL 333 INTERMEDIATE PRONUNCIATION
   •  ESL 333 INTERMEDIATE PRONUNCIATION
   •  ESL 335 INTERMEDIATE WRITING I
   •  ESL 335 INTERMEDIATE WRITING I
   •  ESL 336 INTERMEDIATE WRITING II
   •  ESL 336 INTERMEDIATE WRITING II
   •  ESL 340 ADVANCED MULTISKILLS
   •  ESL 340 ADVANCED MULTISKILLS
   •  ESL 342 ADVANCED CONVERSATION
   •  ESL 342 ADVANCED CONVERSATION
   •  ESL 343 ADVANCED PRONUNCIATION
   •  ESL 343 ADVANCED PRONUNCIATION
   •  ESL 344 IDIOMS AND EXPRESSIONS IN AMERICAN ENGLISH
   •  ESL 344 IDIOMS AND EXPRESSIONS IN AMERICAN ENGLISH
   •  ESL 345 ADVANCED WRITING I
   •  ESL 345 ADVANCED WRITING I
   •  ESL 346 ADVANCED WRITING FOR WORK
   •  ESL 346 ADVANCED WRITING FOR WORK
   •  ESL 347 ADVANCED GRAMMAR REVIEW
   •  ESL 347 ADVANCED GRAMMAR REVIEW
   •  ESL 350 ESSENTIAL ACADEMIC SKILLS
   •  ESL 350 ESSENTIAL ACADEMIC SKILLS
   •  ESL 354 VOCABULARY SKILLS FOR COLLEGE
   •  ESL 354 VOCABULARY SKILLS FOR COLLEGE
   •  ESL 355 ESL READING FOR COLLEGE - AMERICAN LITERATURE
   •  ESL 355 ESL READING FOR COLLEGE: AMERICAN LITERATURE
   •  ESL 356 ACADEMIC SUCCESS STRATEGIES FOR ESL STUDENTS
   •  ESL 356 ACADEMIC SUCCESS STRATEGIES FOR ESL STUDENTS
   •  ESL 357 GRAMMAR REVIEW FOR COLLEGE
   •  ESL 357 GRAMMAR REVIEW FOR COLLEGE
   •  ESL 358 LISTENING AND NOTE-TAKING SKILLS FOR COLLEGE
 

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