Courses P 2008 - 2010 by West Los Angeles College

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Catalog Courses P 2008 - 2010

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course descriptions 399 certified nurse assistant certified home health aide 7 modularized courses listed below introduction to the health care field working with residents/patients in the long term care facility the acute care setting and the home care setting emphasis is given to safety principles infection control methods for providing physical care and emotional and social support 10 introduction to law and legal profession 3 csu same as law 10 an introductory course in formalizing the career of the legal assistant an introduction to law social forces and the law comparison of the role of the legal assistant and the lawyer and an introduction to legal terminology and bibliography including research problems 399a certified nurse assistant 5 recommended english 28 11 introduction to civil litigation 3 csu same as law 11 prerequisite paralegal 10 and english 101 this course is a continuation of paralegal 10 with a study of the composition location and jurisdiction of all courts a

course descriptions 18 family law 3 same as law 18 prerequisite paralegal 10 and english 101 this course surveys family practice and procedure topics including parental prerogatives marriage separation divorce custody and support adoption and guardianship students learn to conduct client interviews and draft pleading necessary to the general practice of family law 19 property and creditor rights 3 same as law 19 prerequisite paralegal 10 and english 101 this course is a study of the law of property including community property joint tenancy leases deeds contracts escrows deeds of trust the system of recording and search of public documents bankruptcy laws and forms and evictions unlawful detainer actions the student will also study secured transactions collateral purchase money secured interest liens attachment garnishment and other creditor’s remedies this course introduces the student to the nature of property and personalty acquiring and owning property real property and

course descriptions 40 college success seminar 3 csu this course will examine issues related to higher education that impact student success topics will include an overview of academic success skills value and purpose of higher education diversity in higher education learning styles and memory wlac college policies and resources health and wellness issues decision making factors that impact lifelong learning effective oral interpersonal and written communication strategies critical thinking career exploration and educational planning philosophy 1 introduction to philosophy 3 uc:csu can phil 2 this course examines such questions as the existence of god the problems of evil the nature of the soul and the origin of knowledge it takes a historical approach to philosophical problems in the western tradition emphasizing the development of analytic and evaluative skills an inquiry into the nature of science religion metaphysics and the theory of knowledge is undertaken 6 logic in practice 3

course descriptions 228 body conditioning 1 rpt 3 this course uses a variety of aerobic and anaerobic exercises to help the student achieve fitness and establish a workout program they can use for the rest of their life exercises are drawn from a number of different sources such as yoga pilates dance and weight training 229 body dynamics 1 rpt 3 this course combines aerobics with weight training and stretching for overall conditioning body mechanics nutrition and diet information will also be provided 230 weight training skills 1 uc:csu this course is for students interested in the knowledge understanding and values of weight training and its role in developing muscular strength and endurance this class is open to all ability levels 262 track and field skills 1 uc:csu rpt 3 track and field fundamentals are emphasized while improving the student’s overall fitness and conditioning level 301 baseball skills 1 uc:csu this course will focus on developing fundamental skills

course descriptions 553 intercollegiate sports strength and fitness training for football 1 uc:csu rpt 3 this course is designed for the student athlete and is intended to provide focused strength and conditioning exercises teach safety and injury prevention and present new rules and game plays for football 554 intercollegiate sports strength and fitness training for track and field 1 uc:csu rpt 3 this course is designed for the student athlete and is intended to provide focused strength and conditioning exercises teach safety and injury prevention and present new rules for track and field 555 intercollegiate sports strength and fitness training for cross country 1 uc:csu rpt 3 this course is designed for the student athlete and is intended to provide focused strength and conditioning exercises teach safety and injury prevention and present new rules for cross country 556 intercollegiate sports strength and fitness training for basketball 1 uc:csu rpt 3 this course is designed for the

course descriptions 7 general physics ii 4 uc:csu prerequisites physics 6 mathematics 241 physics 6 and 7 constitute a two-course sequence in general physics designed primarily for medicine dentistry pharmacy optometry and geology majors this course is a continuation of physics 6 covering electricity magnetism electromagnetism alternating currents electromagnetic waves optics the atom quantum physics and relativity note no uc credit will be given for physics 11 or 12 if taken after the physics 6-7 or 37-38-39 series 12 physics fundamentals 3 uc:csu prerequisite one year of high school algebra or mathematics 115 this introductory course in physics designed primarily for liberal arts students provides qualitative knowledge of fundamental physical principles note no uc credit will be given for physics 11 or 12 if taken after the physics 6-7 or 37-38-39 series 14 physics fundamentals laboratory 1 uc:csu prerequisite physics 12 or concurrent enrollment in physics 12 this course is designed

course descriptions 185 directed study political science 1 csu 285 directed study political science 2 csu 385 directed study political science 3 csu allows a student to pursue directed study in political science on a contract basis under the direction of a supervising instructor note maximum uc credit allowed 3-1/3 semester units per semester 6 units per semester 6 units total in any or all appropriate subject areas combined please note that the granting of transfer credit for courses of this kind is contingent upon a review of the course outline by a uc campus psychology 1 general psychology i 3 uc:csu can psy 2 this course presents an overview of the major fields of psychology including research methods learning and conditioning biopsychology memory intelligence health psychology motivation and emotion perception human development social psychology personality psychotherapy and abnormal psychology the history of modern psychology and its roots in philosophy is presented

course descriptions 68 biopsychology of chemical dependency drugs behavior and health 3 csu prerequisite psychology 64 this course offers comprehensive instruction on the pharmacological and behavioral effects of all major categories of both legal and illegal psychoactive substances including an overview of contemporary and historical drug regulation and abuse and a detailed review of the nervous system 84 fieldwork i alcohol/drug studies 3 csu prerequisites psychology 63 64 65 and 67 this is the first of two required internship classes in the alcohol/drug studies program it provides observation and interaction opportunities with clients and counselors at provider clinics this course satisfies half of the fieldwork hours required by caade note students must provide their own transportation to clinic sites 85 fieldwork ii alcohol/drug studies 3 csu prerequisite psychology 84 this is the second of two required internship classes in the alcohol/drug studies program it provides