Spring 2018 Continuing Education Schedule by Miracosta College

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the miracosta community college district serves the communities of oceanside carlsbad encinitas solana beach del mar rancho santa fe and carmel valley however all programs offered by the college credit and noncredit are open to the public regardless of the city of residence continuing education at miracosta college respectfully serves our diverse community of lifelong learners by providing a holistic selection of learning opportunities enabling and empowering learners to live successfully today and in the future continuing education offers tuition–free noncredit courses and programs in the following categories adult high school citizenship english as a second language ged test preparation health safety parenting courses for older adults courses for adults with disabilities short–term vocational workforce preparation for more information about noncredit courses contact miracosta college community learning center miracosta.edu/clc noncredit@miracosta.edu 1831 mission

spring 2018 miracosta.edu/noncredit 7 phone 760.795.8710 short-term vocational automotive courses basic auto tune-up   ncvoc50 lecture and laboratory class automotive tune ups light maintenance electrical systems emission controls brakes and tires no automotive experience necessary 3344 new f 6–9:20 p.m 1/26–5/18 pianowski j oc4001 oceanside career technical education introduction to career technical education ncvoc43 this course provides students an overview of the career technical education courses certifications and programs available at miracosta college topics include student options for technical training at miracosta and the pathways to complete training and prepare for a career this is a noncredit course that allows students to better plan for their course of study before committing to a credit course of study 3447 mtwth 10:30 a.m.–12:10 p.m 3/26–5/17 staff clc119 oceanside computer courses computer basics/keyboarding    ncvoc38

10 miracosta.edu/noncredit spring 2018 phone 760.795.8710 computer networking basics   ncvoc11 this course provides a hands-on introduction to networking and the internet using tools and hardware commonly found in home and small business environments it teaches students the skills needed to obtain entry-level networking jobs students develop some of the skills needed to become computer and network technicians cable installers and help desk technicians this is the first in a two-course sequence that prepares students for the cisco certified entry network technician ccent exam 3423 m 6–9:20 p.m 1/22–5/14 kirby m clc133 oceanside +lab t 6–9:10 p.m 1/23–5/15 davis v clc132 oceanside note the lab for class 3423 meets on the following tuesdays 1/23 2/6 2/20 3/6 3/27 4/10 4/24 5/8 3425 th 6–9:10 p.m 1/25–5/17 bean g clc133 oceanside +lab s 8–11:35 a.m 2/03–5/12 davis v clc132 oceanside note the lab for class 3425 meets on the

spring 2018 miracosta.edu/noncredit phone 760.795.8710 13 older adults state-supported educational programs for older adults are offered in a wide range of subjects from art through writing while these courses are offered primarily for senior citizens at locations and times convenient to them the classes are open to all adults art students in art classes must furnish their own supplies instructors will provide a list of materials at the first class meeting for additional information on classes that may be of interest to senior citizens please refer to the community education bulletin acrylic painting  ncart13 3199 t 12:30–3:20 p.m 1/23–5/15 allen a ccsc oceanside 3200 f 12–3 p.m 1/26–5/18 pearce a ecsc oceanside basic drawing and sketching   ncart20 3201 m 9 a.m.–12 p.m 1/22–5/14 haeger f ccsc oceanside 3202 w 12:30–3:20 p.m 1/24–5/16 allen a clc116 oceanside 1/22–5/14 sullivan p clc116 oceanside 1/25–5/17

16 miracosta.edu/noncredit spring 2018 phone 760.795.8710 special education courses ncspc26 ncspc27 and ncspc28 are designed for individuals with learning and developmental disabilities enrollment in disabled students programs services is required prior to enrollment in the courses interested students should first apply for admission see instructions on page 5 obtain a student identification number then make an appointment for a one-time intake with disabled students programs services at 760.795.6658 there is limited space available in noncredit special education classes students are enrolled on a first-come first-served basis basic academic skills for adults with developmental disabilities  ncspc26 3239 mw 9:10–11:50 a.m 1/22–5/16 chavez c lol oceanside 3240 mw 12–2:40 p.m 1/22–5/16 chavez c lol oceanside 3241 mw 12–2:40 p.m 1/22–5/16 staff clc108 oceanside 3242 mw 12–2:40 p.m 1/22–5/16 warren k clc121 oceanside 3243 tth

18 miracosta.edu/noncredit miracosta.edu/ahsdp spring 2018 |phone phone 760.795.8710 760.795.8710 to register for adult high school or ged classes come to the community learning center clc at 1831 mission avenue oceanside 92058 on one of the following dates and times space is limited to 35 participants for each registration session students may want to arrive 15 minutes before the registration time to get in line students are registered on a first-come first-served basis registration dates december 5 january 10 february 27 march 20 time 9 a.m or 5:30 p.m 9 a.m or 5:30 p.m 9 a.m or 5:30 p.m 9 a.m or 5:30 p.m most classes are offered in an 8–week format spring term 3 classes are from january 22–march 17 and spring term 4 classes are from march 26–may 17 adult basic education these classes are designed to improve basic skills at the elementary level students may study reading english grammar vocabulary spelling and writing registration for these classes takes place

spring 2018 miracosta.edu/noncredit miracosta.edu/ahsdp phone 760.795.8710 21 economics   hsecn10 3392 mtwth 10:30 a.m.–12:10 p.m 1/22–3/15 cord j clc120 oceanside 3393 tth 6–9:10 p.m 1/23–3/15 leste a clc120 oceanside 3394 mtwth 12:30–2:05 p.m 3/26–5/17 cord j clc120 oceanside 3395 mw 6–9:10 p.m 3/26–5/16 eliopoulos n clc120 oceanside united states history 1   hsush11 3396 mtwth 8:30–10:10 a.m 1/22–3/15 cord j clc120 oceanside 3397 mw 6–9:20 p.m 1/22–3/14 eliopoulos n clc103 oceanside united states history 2   hsush12 3398 mtwth 8:30–10:05 a.m 3/26–5/17 cord j clc120 oceanside 3399 tth 6–9:10 p.m 3/27–5/17 eliopoulos n clc103 oceanside 1/22–3/15 cord j clc120 oceanside world history geography 1   hswhg11 3400 mtwth 12:30–2:10 p.m math basic skills math 1   hsmth11 3401 mtwth 10:30 a.m.–12:10 p.m 1/22–3/15 hoopes m

24 spring 2018 miracosta.edu/noncreditesl |phone miracosta.edu/noncredit phone 760.795.8710 760.795.8710 english as a second language level 4   ncesl31 3257 mtwth 8:30–11:45 a.m 1/22–3/15 tamura k clc106 oceanside 3258 mtwth 6–9:15 p.m 1/22–3/15 maclean c clc106 oceanside 3259 mtwth 8:30–11:40 a.m 3/26–5/17 tamura k clc106 oceanside 3260 mtwth 6–9:10 p.m 3/26–5/17 maclean c clc106 oceanside english as a second language level 5   ncesl32 3261 mtwth 8:30–11:45 a.m 1/22–3/15 ramirez c clc105 oceanside 3263 mtwth 8:30–11:45 a.m 1/22–3/15 ravenbaksh h clc108 oceanside 3262 mtwth 6–9:15 p.m 1/22–3/15 bell d clc105 oceanside 3264 mtwth 8:30–11:40 a.m 3/26–5/17 ramirez c clc105 oceanside 3266 mtwth 8:30–11:40 a.m 3/26–5/17 ravenbaksh h clc108 oceanside 3267 mw 12–3:15 p.m 3/26–5/16 clarke e clc111 oceanside +6.5 hours per week online by

spring 2018 miracosta.edu/noncreditesl miracosta.edu/noncredit 27 phone 760.795.8710 new noncredit esl locations in the community miracosta college will be offering noncredit english as a second language classes at new locations in the community prospective students are encouraged to submit an application for admission online at miracosta.edu prior to attending the first class session the application confirmation page should be printed and presented at the time of registration students may register for classes at the site or at the community learning center at 1831 mission avenue oceanside 92058 see page 23 for registration dates call 760.795.8710 for additional registration dates and times carlsbad carlsbad city library learning center carmel valley carmel valley library carmel valley middle school encinitas encinitas library san dieguito academy oceanside crown heights community resource center laurel elementary school libby elementary school melba bishop recreation center solana

30 spring 2018 miracosta.edu/noncreditesl |phone miracosta.edu/noncredit phone 760.795.8710 760.795.8710 oceanside continued laurel elementary school 1410 laurel street oceanside 92058 note classes will not be held on 2/19–2/22 3/19–3/22 and 4/9–4/12 at this site english as a second language level 3   ncesl22 3320 mw 5–8:35 p.m 1/22–5/16 staff les oceanside staff les oceanside branson l lle oceanside staff mbrc oceanside lopez m lccc solana bch english as a second language level 6   ncesl40 3323 tth 5–8:35 p.m 1/23–5/17 libby elementary school 423 w redondo drive oceanside 92057 note classes will not be held on 2/19–2/22 3/19–3/22 and 4/9–4/12 at this site english as a second language level 4   ncesl31 3321 mw 5–8:35 p.m 1/22–5/16 melba bishop recreation center 5306 north river road oceanside 92057 note classes will not be held on 2/19 and 3/19–3/22 at this site english as a

community learning center 1831 mission avenue oceanside ca 92058 miracosta college meets all of your education needs start your education adult high school short-term vocational noncredit adult courses esl english as a second language miracosta.edu/noncredit begin your journey with us through adult high school short–term vocational noncredit adult courses and english as a second language miracosta college continuing education schedule earn a degree spring 2018 miracosta.edu/credit miracosta college offers hundreds of classes in more than 70 disciplines in our credit program you can earn a degree or certificate complete your first two years of college and transfer to a four-year university or take classes to advance your career scholarships and financial aid are available miracosta college spring 2018 credit courses sse s spring cla continue to learn miracosta.edu/community miracosta college community education workforce development serves the north county coastal community by