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Video Courses Fall 2011

These courses also include some on-campus meetings, readings, student assignments, and evaluations. Enrollments will remain open for the first two weeks of the semester. Orientation for late enrollees will be arranged.

Students may purchase, from Intelecom, a complete set of televised course materials, download or video-stream them. Please visit the web site to view a list of available titles. Ordering online ensures the quickest processing of your order.

HIST 100 Major Trends and Selected Topics in American History – 3.0 Units

History of the United States from it's Native American and colonial background to the present. Social, economic, and political institutions and developments are examined. History 117 and 118 students are recommended or required for majors and minors in history, teaching, social science, pre-legal and certain other areas.
Transfer credit: CSU/UC

This course uses a video program series entitled The Unfinished Nation.

Order DVDs, streaming or downloading to your computer from Intelecom.

Orientation: Saturday, August 27, 2011 SC 101 9:30-10:30am

CRN 80810 \ H Fearnley

MATH 115 Against All Odds: Probability and Statistics – 3.0 Units

Prerequisite: Math 103 or 103S or 103XY or satisfactory score on Math Assessment Test

Against All Odds is an introductory statistics course. It teaches concepts of data analysis by focusing on the practice of statistics. Formulas and techniques are present which enable the student to analyze and solve real everyday problems that occur in a wide variety of applied fields. Each of the 26 programs is organized around particular applications of data analysis. The include mini-documentary segments shot on location with practitioners who put statistics to work. A graphing calculator is required. You are required to have an email address.

Orientation: Saturday, August 27, 2011 SC 8:30-9:30am

CRN 80364 \ I Roderick

POLS 101 Introduction to the Government of the United States – 3.0 Units

This course is an introduction to political sciences as a survey of American government. Students learn methods of political analysis and the application of these methods to the study of American government. It is an introduction to the principles and problems of government in the United States, emphasizing the national government but providing an understanding of government at the state and local level as well. Particular attention is paid to the dynmaics, which make the principles meaningful and the machinery move.
Transfer credit: CSU/UC

This course uses a video program series entitled Framework for Democracy.

Order DVDs, streaming or downloading to your computer from Intelecom.

Orientation: Saturday, August 27, 2011 SC 101 10:30-11:30am

CRN 80729 \ H Fearnley