Info on New Fall Classes!
Contact: Alisa Moore, Public Information Officer
ESL V08 Writing Skills (two sections)
Instructor: Pamela Schroeder
MW 11:30 am - 1:20 pm, Friday 11:30am - 12:20pm
Meets in DP-3 (Main Campus)
Instructor: Karen Harrison
MW 8:00am - 9:50am, Friday 9:00am - 9:50am
Meets in EC-20 (at the East Campus)
This course is for native and non-native speakers of English who want to improve their writing. Students will discuss interesting readings, movies, and current events as they learn to write for mainstream college courses and vocational programs. ESL V05 and ESL V06 prerequisites required. Recommended prep: concurrent enrollment ESL V07. Credit/no credit basis only.
HIST VO7A and POLS V01 The American Democratic Experience and You: A Learning Community (Two Sections)
Instructors: Sara Essa Gallaway and Robert Porter
HIST VO7A CRN 73731 must enroll concurrently in POLS VO1 CRN 71637
HIST VO7A CRN 73733 must enroll concurrently in POLS VO1 CRN 71619.
Meets from 9 am- 12 noon Tuesdays and Thursdays in Classroom MAC 201.
Transfer credit: UC/CSU, 3 units for each course, credit limitations
This Learning Community combines two courses: American History and American Government. A fully integrated Learning Community, students from both classes will be reading the same books and using the same syllabus. This format provides a richer interdisciplinary approach to these two subjects.
SOC V13 Deviance, Crime & Society
Instructor: Andrea Horigan
T/TH 12:00 - 1:20pm
Meets in Classroom K-2
Transfer credit: UC/CSU, 3 units
This course examines the sociological study of the origins, causes, and control of deviance and deviant behavior. It also considers deviance as a labeling process. Course emphasis is placed on individual and group deviance, resulting from societal norms and values. Some areas to be covered are: drug use, sexual deviance, criminal behavior, suicide, and career deviance. Field Trips to Todd Road Jail and The Museum of Tolerance.
SPAN V75 - Spanish for Law Enforcement
Instructor: Alejandro Hernandez
Online hybrid class – Meets 6:30-8:20p.m. on 6 Thursdays: Aug 21, Sept 11, Oct 2, Oct 23, Nov 13 and Dec 4 in Classroom C-2. The rest of the class will be conducted online.
Required Orientation Meeting: Saturday, August 16th 10:00-11:00a.m. in LRC-F
Fun and interactive, Spanish for Law Enforcement will providing you with tools that will allow you to react to your daily job environment, meeting your needs with hands-on language, giving you enough to survive in the law enforcement area, without loading you down with translation exercises. A real-life context is intended to transfer directly to your daily “need-to-know” activities. Join, learn, have fun, and put it in practice!
The Ventura County Community College District is a partner in the 110-campus California Community College system. The District’s three colleges, Moorpark, Oxnard, and Ventura, offer programs in general education for transfer to four-year universities, occupational and vocational fields, developmental programs, community service and continuing education, and provide opportunities to engage in co-curricular campus activities. For more information, please visit us at www.vcccd.edu.
Ventura College, 4667 Telegraph Road, Ventura, CA 93003 (805) 654-6400