Academic Catalogs

Adult Education/Noncredit

Noncredit instruction includes various no-cost courses that help students reach their personal, academic and professional goals. Noncredit courses are zero units and non-degree applicable, however, students can earn Certificates of Completion or Competency. Students do not pay enrollment or other fees for noncredit courses, but are responsible for textbooks and class material fees, if any are required for the class. Noncredit courses can be repeated and do not count towards financial aid.

About the Adult Education Program

The Adult Education Program provides instructional programs and student support services to help adult learners improve their English skills, become a U.S. citizen, and/or gain career technical skills to obtain a job or better job.

For questions or more information, contact the Adult Education Office at (714) 432-6897 or adulteducation@occ.cccd.edu.

Allied Health Noncredit Courses

ALH A001N36 Hours (18 lecture hours; 18 lab hours)  
Personal Care Aide I: Foundational Knowledge, Attitudes and Skills Non-Credit  
Advisory: Identification required on first day of class; No felony convictions.

Grading Mode: P/NP/SP Non-Credit

This noncredit course will provide students with the education needed to meet the skills required to provide personal care services to elders and to consumers with disabilities in a home setting. Topics include Qualities of a Direct Care Worker; Work Settings; Teamwork and Professionalism; Working with Elders; Respecting Differences; Communication Skills; Working with a Consumer Who Is Depressed; Infection Control; Body Systems and Common Diseases and Body Mechanics.

Catalog Program Pages Referencing ALH A001N

    ALH A002N27 Hours (12 lecture hours; 15 lab hours)  
    Personal Care Aide II: Person Centered Care Noncredit  
    Prerequisite(s): ALH A001N or concurrent enrollment.
    Advisory: Identification required on first day of class; No felony convictions.

    Grading Mode: P/NP/SP Non-Credit

    This noncredit course will provide students with the education needed to meet the skills required to provide personal care services to elders and to consumers with disabilities in a home setting. Topics include Qualities of a Direct Care Worker; Work Settings; Teamwork and Professionalism; Working with Elders; Respecting Differences; Communication Skills; Working with a Consumer Who Is Depressed; Infection Control; Body Systems and Common Diseases and Body Mechanics.

    Catalog Program Pages Referencing ALH A002N

      ALH A003N9 Hours (3 lecture hours; 6 lab hours)  
      First Aid and CPR/AED for Personal Care Aid Nondredit  
      Prerequisite(s): ALH A002N or concurrent enrollment.

      Grading Mode: P/NP/SP Non-Credit

      This is a noncredit course. Techniques and theory of cardiopulmonary resuscitation will be covered and demonstrated. Completion qualifies the student for the American Heart Association Professional Rescuer CPR/AED certification.

      Catalog Program Pages Referencing ALH A003N

        ALH A004N4.5-9 Hours (4.5-9 lecture hours)  
        Professional Writing for Health and Consumer Science - Noncredit  

        Grading Mode: P/NP/SP Non-Credit

        This noncredit class will support the development of writing skills for the science professional. Students will learn standard formats and expressions appropriate for their profession. Students will also work on writing related to the presentation of capstone projects. Not applicable to AA or AS degree.

        Catalog Program Pages Referencing ALH A004N

          ALH A005N4.5-9 Hours (4.5-9 lecture hours)  
          Computational Skills for Consumer and Health Sciences I Noncredit  

          Grading Mode: P/NP/SP Non-Credit

          This noncredit course reviews and practices the basic operations of computations: addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division as applied to specific job skills/tasks in allied health professions/occupations. Medical assisting and respiratory care (to name two examples) require calculations involving multiple elements, students need to understand basic computational concepts to successfully calculate dosage (medical assisting) or volumes (respiratory care).

          Catalog Program Pages Referencing ALH A005N

            ALH A006N4.5-9 Hours (4.5-9 lecture hours)  
            Computational Skills for Consumer and Health Sciences II Noncredit  

            Grading Mode: P/NP/SP Non-Credit

            This noncredit course reviews the Order of Operations as it applies to various uses with the allied health professions, an example would be using Order of Operations to determine quality assurance for fluoroscopy units within a radiology suite. The equation uses a baseline value against an acquired value; nmA/bmAXnkVp 2/bkVp2. Within the allied health professions there are a multitude of formulas that need to be solved; for example, in respiratory care, the alveolar gas equation; medical assisting requires students to be able to calculate drips per minute based on solution strength.

            Catalog Program Pages Referencing ALH A006N

              ALH A007N4.5-9 Hours (4.5-9 lecture hours)  
              Computational Skills for Consumer and Health Sciences III Noncredit  

              Grading Mode: P/NP/SP Non-Credit

              This noncredit course covers measurement fundamentals and scientific notation in the allied health sciences to allow for performance of specific job functions. Scientific notation is a method of recording extremely large and small values. As such, the allied health professional will need to be able to perform addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division of values using scientific notation. Converting between measurement systems. Centigrade and Fahrenheit; C = (F-32)/1.8, centimeter to inches; cm = inch/2.54, pounds to kilograms; kb = lb/2.205 to name a few.

              Catalog Program Pages Referencing ALH A007N

                ALH A008N4.5-9 Hours (4.5-9 lecture hours)  
                Computational Skills for Consumer and Health Sciences IV Noncredit  

                Grading Mode: P/NP/SP Non-Credit

                This noncredit course covers ratios and proportions required for dosage calculations, dimensional analysis, and other job-specific applications related to the allied health professions. Allied health professionals need to be able to use, like proportions, to solve problems in a variety of allied health applications. Dental Assisting and Radiologic Technology use, like proportions, to adjust exposure factors for changes in distance. Drug dosage calculations typically use ratios and proportions to solve for differences in concentrations and weight. Sonography signal intensity is calculated by determining the difference between transmitted/received signal and allowing for distance traveled.

                Catalog Program Pages Referencing ALH A008N

                  ALH A009N18 Hours (18 lecture hours)  
                  Personal Care Aide III: Caregiving Skills to Assist Clients with Alzheimer's and Dementia  
                  Advisory: No felony convictions.

                  Grading Mode: P/NP/SP Non-Credit

                  This non-credit course provides an overview of Alzheimer's and dementia including signs, symptoms, brain pathophysiology, diagnosis, treatment, and strategies for successful caregiving skills. It will teach students about the physical, emotional, cognitive and behavioral changes that may occur with the progression of the disease. The class will focus on important health and safety considerations for the clients as well as for the Personal Care Aide when working with someone with Alzheimer's and other types of dementia. ALH 009N is part of the Personal Care Aide Certification Program which is designed to facilitate successful entrance into the healthcare field as a Personal Care Aide. Students interested in completing the program should also register for ALH 001N and ALH 002N.

                  Catalog Program Pages Referencing ALH A009N

                    ALH A011N36 Hours (36 lecture hours)  
                    Preparation for Allied Health Programs  

                    Grading Mode: P/NP/SP Non-Credit

                    This is a noncredit course designed to help prospective students planning to pursue an ALH program develop familiarity with language parts such as roots, suffixes and prefixes to help them be better prepared to learn medical terminology. Students will also practice elements of English pronunciation and spelling necessary for them to use medical terms.

                    Catalog Program Pages Referencing ALH A011N

                      Architecture Noncredit Courses

                      ARCH A001N63 Hours (27 lecture hours; 36 lab hours)  
                      Design/Build 1 for Architecture Noncredit  

                      Grading Mode: P/NP/SP Non-Credit, Letter Non-Credit

                      This learn-by-doing course involves the design and construction of a transportable structure. Students will work in teams with an instructor. Projects will vary and are likely to involve off-campus assembly.

                      Catalog Program Pages Referencing ARCH A001N

                        ARCH A004N18 Hours (14 lecture hours; 4 lab hours)  
                        Introduction to FrameCAD Steel Framing Noncredit  

                        Grading Mode: P/NP/SP Non-Credit, Letter Non-Credit

                        Introduction to FrameCAD Steel Framing is an overview of integrated steel panelization design and fabrication. Instruction includes entry level use of FrameCAD Structure and FrameCAD Detailer software as well as file export to FrameCAD Factory and machine. The class will produce and assemble a small sample project using the OCC FrameCAD F325iT.

                        Catalog Program Pages Referencing ARCH A004N

                          ARCH A005N72 Hours (18 lecture hours; 54 lab hours)  
                          Architectural Drawing and Design Visualization 1 Noncredit  

                          Grading Mode: P/NP/SP Non-Credit, Letter Non-Credit

                          This introductory course in architectural visualization techniques will focus on how to communicate a three-dimensional design using a two-dimensional medium. Subjects and techniques presented will include orthographic projection, paralines, plan views, elevations, sections, basic perspective drawing, rendering materials and tonal values, and an introduction to SketchUp and hand modeling.

                          Catalog Program Pages Referencing ARCH A005N

                            ARCH A006N30 Hours (20 lecture hours; 10 lab hours)  
                            Accessory Dwelling Unit Design Noncredit  

                            Grading Mode: P/NP/SP Non-Credit, Letter Non-Credit

                            Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU) Design is a 5 week seminar course that introduces design concepts, codes, budgeting, and permit strategies unique to ADUs. ADUs are typically small second units added to existing single family home properties and allowable sizes and limitations vary by city and lot size. Students will plan out their own project and are encouraged to bring ideas and questions. A field visit to experience an ADU or similar sized structure will be organized as available. No prior experience needed.

                            Catalog Program Pages Referencing ARCH A006N

                              ARCH A007N30 Hours (20 lecture hours; 10 lab hours)  
                              Tiny House Design Noncredit  

                              Grading Mode: P/NP/SP Non-Credit, Letter Non-Credit

                              Tiny House Design is a 5 week seminar course that introduces design concepts, codes, budgeting, and building strategies unique to Tiny Houses. The course is packed with guest speakers, hands-on demonstrations, and information resources. Students will plan out their own project and are encouraged to bring lots of ideas and questions. A field trip to experience a tiny house build will also be scheduled.

                              Catalog Program Pages Referencing ARCH A007N

                                ARCH A008N30 Hours (20 lecture hours; 10 lab hours)  
                                Solar Panels for Small Projects Noncredit  

                                Grading Mode: P/NP/SP Non-Credit, Letter Non-Credit

                                Solar Panels for Small Projects is a 5 week course that introduces solar energy basics for small, off-grid photo voltaic installations. The course will cover solar energy fundamentals, electricity and safety basics, PV modules, system components, and system sizing. Students will plan out their own project or a small sample project. A small kit system will be available for hands-on demonstrations. No prior experience needed. Same as CNST A060N.

                                Catalog Program Pages Referencing ARCH A008N

                                  ARCH A021N48 Hours (36 lecture hours; 12 lab hours)  
                                  FrameCAD Studio 1 Noncredit  
                                  Advisory: ARCH A004N.

                                  Grading Mode: P/NP/SP Non-Credit, Letter Non-Credit

                                  FrameCAD Studio 1 is a project-based course that develops design skills to produce a steel panel project using FrameCAD software. Basic steel frame design concepts will be covered as well as use of FrameCAD Structure and FrameCAD Detailer. Students will also receive basic machine safety and steel panel assembly experience.

                                  Catalog Program Pages Referencing ARCH A021N

                                    ARCH A022N48 Hours (36 lecture hours; 12 lab hours)  
                                    FrameCAD Studio 2 Noncredit  
                                    Advisory: ARCH A021N.

                                    Grading Mode: P/NP/SP Non-Credit, Letter Non-Credit

                                    FrameCAD Studio 2 is a project-based intermediate course that develops design skills to produce a steel panel project using FrameCAD software. Students will be encouraged to design a project of choice and will work collaboratively to design and prepare each project for production. This is a continuation of FrameCAD Studio 1 and FrameCAD Structure and FrameCAD Detailer software will be used to design the projects and export to FrameCAD Factory software for production.

                                    Catalog Program Pages Referencing ARCH A022N

                                      ARCH A030N180 Hours (54 lecture hours; 126 lab hours)  
                                      Architectural Design and Theory 3 Noncredit  
                                      Advisory: ARCH A215 or equivalent skill level.

                                      Grading Mode: P/NP/SP Non-Credit, Letter Non-Credit

                                      This advanced architectural design course is a continuation of ARCH A215, dealing with theories, principles, methods and means used in the creation of architectural space by manipulation of form, space & light in an urban context. Focus is on the conceptual design process of establishing and challenging design criteria, communication and editing of design narrative, and portfolio development.

                                      Catalog Program Pages Referencing ARCH A030N

                                        ARCH A041N48 Hours (36 lecture hours; 12 lab hours)  
                                        FrameCAD Workshop 1 Noncredit  
                                        Advisory: ARCH A004N.

                                        Grading Mode: P/NP/SP Non-Credit, Letter Non-Credit

                                        FrameCAD Workshop 1 is a project-based course that develops beginning level production skills needed to produce a steel panel framing system using FrameCAD software and a FrameCAD F325iT machine. Students will be introduced to FrameCAD machine operation and safety and will be able to visit a steel frame project or production facility. Students will assist in running production jobs and gain experience in panel assembly and workflow.

                                        Catalog Program Pages Referencing ARCH A041N

                                          ARCH A042N48 Hours (36 lecture hours; 12 lab hours)  
                                          FrameCAD Workshop 2 Noncredit  
                                          Advisory: ARCH A004N and ARCH A041N.

                                          Grading Mode: P/NP/SP Non-Credit, Letter Non-Credit

                                          FrameCAD Workshop 2 is a project-based continuation of Workshop 1 that develops intermediate level production skills needed to produce steel panel framing systems using FrameCAD software and a FrameCAD F325iT machine. Students will review FrameCAD machine operation and satety and be involved in running production jobs and learning about panel assembly and fabrication workflow on the machine.

                                          Catalog Program Pages Referencing ARCH A042N

                                            ARCH A043N48 Hours (36 lecture hours; 12 lab hours)  
                                            FrameCAD Workshop 3 Noncredit  

                                            Grading Mode: P/NP/SP Non-Credit, Letter Non-Credit

                                            FrameCAD Workshop 3 is a project-based continuation of FrameCAD Workshop 2 that develops advanced level production skills needed to produce steel panel framing systems using FrameCAD software and a FrameCAD F325iT machine. Students will review FrameCAD machine operation and safety and be involved in coordinating production jobs, panel assembly, and fabrication workflow on the machine.

                                            Catalog Program Pages Referencing ARCH A043N

                                              ARCH A085N144 Hours (36 lecture hours; 108 lab hours)  
                                              Environmental Design Systems Noncredit  
                                              Advisory: ARCH A180 or comparable course completion or work experience.

                                              Grading Mode: P/NP/SP Non-Credit, Letter Non-Credit

                                              This intermediate design course focuses on the environmental, cultural, and physical forces that affect architecture. Students will research and utilize design approaches and building components/systems that respond to human needs and the natural and built environments. Study topics will include site design and cultural context, environmental/climate responsive approaches to design, maintaining structural design integrity, incorporating life safety and access, and ecologically minded approaches to design.

                                              Catalog Program Pages Referencing ARCH A085N

                                                Chemistry Noncredit Courses

                                                CHEM A010N18 Hours (18 lecture hours)  
                                                Chemistry Skills for Introductory Chemistry Noncredit  
                                                Co-requisite(s): CHEM A110.

                                                Grading Mode: P/NP/SP Non-Credit

                                                Not Transferable.

                                                This is a non-credit course designed to provide additional practice of the concepts learned in CHEM A110 - Introductory Chemistry. Students will develop skills necessary to successfully demonstrate competency in CHEM A110. This course is expected to increase retention and student success and is a part of the Chemistry Skills Certificate of Competency.

                                                Catalog Program Pages Referencing CHEM A010N

                                                  CHEM A030N18 Hours (18 lecture hours)  
                                                  Chemistry Skills for Preparation for General Chemistry Noncredit  
                                                  Co-requisite(s): CHEM A130.

                                                  Grading Mode: P/NP/SP Non-Credit

                                                  Not Transferable.

                                                  This is a non-credit course designed to provide additional practice of the concepts learned in CHEM A130 - Preparation for General Chemistry. Students will develop skills necessary to successfully demonstrate competency in CHEM A130. This course is part if the Chemistry Skills Certificate of Competency.

                                                  Catalog Program Pages Referencing CHEM A030N

                                                    CHEM A080N18 Hours (18 lecture hours)  
                                                    Chemistry Study Skills for General Chemistry A  
                                                    Co-requisite(s): CHEM A180.

                                                    Grading Mode: P/NP/SP Non-Credit

                                                    Not Transferable.

                                                    This is a non-credit course designed to provide additional practice of the concepts learned in CHEM A180 - General Chemistry A. Students will develop skills necessary to successfully demonstrate competency in CHEM A180. This course is expected to increase retention and student success in CHEM A180 and is part of the Chemistry Skills Certificate of Competency.

                                                    Catalog Program Pages Referencing CHEM A080N

                                                      CHEM A081N18 Hours (18 lecture hours)  
                                                      Lab Skills for General Chemistry A  
                                                      Co-requisite(s): CHEM A180 or CHEM A185.

                                                      Grading Mode: P/NP/SP Non-Credit

                                                      Not Transferable.

                                                      This is a non-credit course designed to provide additional instruction and practice of the lab skills taught in CHEM A180 - General Chemistry. Students will develop skills necessary to successfully demonstrate competency in CHEM A180 Laboratory. This course will be part of the Chemistry Skills Certificate of Competency and is expected to increase student retention and success in CHEM A180.

                                                      Catalog Program Pages Referencing CHEM A081N

                                                        CHEM A085N18 Hours (18 lecture hours)  
                                                        Chemistry Study Skills for General Chemistry B  
                                                        Co-requisite(s): CHEM A185.

                                                        Grading Mode: P/NP/SP Non-Credit

                                                        Not Transferable.

                                                        This is a non-credit course designed to provide additional practice of the concepts learned in CHEM A185 - General Chemistry B. Students will develop skills necessary to successfully demonstrate competency in CHEM A185. This course is expected to increase retention and student success in CHEM A185 and is a part of the Chemistry Skills Certificate of Competency.

                                                        Catalog Program Pages Referencing CHEM A085N

                                                          CHEM A086N18 Hours (18 lecture hours)  
                                                          Lab Skills for General Chemistry B  
                                                          Co-requisite(s): CHEM A185.

                                                          Grading Mode: P/NP/SP Non-Credit

                                                          Not Transferable.

                                                          This is a non-credit course designed to provide additional instruction and practice of the lab skills taught in CHEM A185- General Chemistry. Students will develop skills necessary to successfully demonstrate competency in CHEM A185 laboratory. This non-credit course will be a part of the new Chemistry Skills Certificate and is expected to increase student retention and success in CHEM A185.

                                                          Catalog Program Pages Referencing CHEM A086N

                                                            Consumer Studies Noncredit Courses 

                                                            COS A001N12 Hours (12 lecture hours)  
                                                            Introduction to the Customer Service  

                                                            Grading Mode: P/NP/SP Non-Credit

                                                            This noncredit course provides an introduction to customer service including effective communication skills, building relationships, types of customer service, dealing with difficult customers, and soft skills. Students will learn and practice the necessary skills for success as a customer service provider. This course is appropriate for individuals seeking employment in the customer service field in any industry.

                                                            Catalog Program Pages Referencing COS A001N

                                                              COS A002N12 Hours (12 lecture hours)  
                                                              Customer Service and Retail Employment Opportunities  

                                                              Grading Mode: P/NP/SP Non-Credit

                                                              This course includes researching and exploring local job opportunities in the customer service and retail industry. Students will become familiar with the online job search process, Orange Coast College Job Center, and local community resources. Students will complete a written application and prepare for a first interview.

                                                              Catalog Program Pages Referencing COS A002N

                                                                English Noncredit Courses

                                                                ENGL A001N18 Hours (18 lecture hours)  
                                                                Grammar Within Reach - Noncredit  

                                                                Grading Mode: P/NP/SP Non-Credit, Letter Non-Credit

                                                                This noncredit course takes community members and college students through a review of grammar fundamentals and provides an opportunity to practice precise grammar and varied sentence styles that are immediately applicable to writing for the workplace and everyday life and for writing in college classes. This noncredit course can be paired with another English noncredit course for a certificate of competency. Not applicable to AA or AS degree

                                                                Catalog Program Pages Referencing ENGL A001N

                                                                  ENGL A002N18 Hours (18 lecture hours)  
                                                                  Reading for Success - Noncredit  

                                                                  Grading Mode: P/NP/SP Non-Credit, Letter Non-Credit

                                                                  This noncredit Course supports students and community members in practicing fundamental reading and study strategies necessary for college success and success in the workplace and community at larger by practicing strategies including annotating and summarizing texts, finding the main idea and identifying supporting details, identifying the larger organizational strategy and stylistic devices used to support the claims and main points in a text. This noncredit course can be paired with another English noncredit course for a certificate of competency. Not applicable to AA or AS degree

                                                                  Catalog Program Pages Referencing ENGL A002N

                                                                    ENGL A003N18 Hours (18 lecture hours)  
                                                                    Perfecting Paragraphs - Noncredit  

                                                                    Grading Mode: P/NP/SP Non-Credit, Letter Non-Credit

                                                                    This non-credit course takes students through the process of creating cohesive, organized, college-level paragraphs and essay sections in building essays for a variety of purposes and to be used for writing across many disciplines. This noncredit course can be paired with another English noncredit course for a certificate of competency. Not applicable to AA or AS degree

                                                                    Catalog Program Pages Referencing ENGL A003N

                                                                      ENGL A004N18 Hours (18 lecture hours)  
                                                                      Building A College Essay - Noncredit  

                                                                      Grading Mode: P/NP/SP Non-Credit, Letter Non-Credit

                                                                      This noncredit course will take students through the process of building a single, focused college essay--from the planning and outlining stage, to creating a thesis or claim, to gathering support and evidence and integrating source material, then formatting per MLA guidelines. This noncredit course can be paired with another English noncredit course for a certificate of competency. Not applicable to AA or AS degree.

                                                                      Catalog Program Pages Referencing ENGL A004N

                                                                        ENGL A006N1-6 Hours (1-6 lecture hours)  
                                                                        Support Skills for English Composition  

                                                                        Grading Mode: P/NP/SP Non-Credit, Letter Non-Credit

                                                                        Not Transferable.

                                                                        This noncredit course will help students build various skills required in their English composition courses. These skills include sentence grammar, sentence fluency, paragraph and essay structure, reading comprehension, source integration, and research writing.

                                                                        Catalog Program Pages Referencing ENGL A006N

                                                                          ENGL A010N10-36 Hours (10-36 lecture hours)  
                                                                          Experiencing Literature for Lifelong Learning  

                                                                          Grading Mode: P/NP/SP Non-Credit

                                                                          This regular noncredit course is for lifelong learners who want to enjoy the benefits of engaging in an exploration of different types of literature. Participants will become more avid, savvy readers of fiction by practicing close reading to understand texts. Through classroom readings, lecture, and discussion, students will understand the dynamics of fiction and how it applies to their lives. Fiction reveals relationships between people and people's relationships to the world. Fiction often gives a clearer view of its times than contemporary news reports of history. Students learn what to look for in reading. Students gain pleasure and confidence in literary judgment with every page read.

                                                                          Catalog Program Pages Referencing ENGL A010N

                                                                            Kinesiology Noncredit Courses

                                                                            KIN A001N22 Hours (18 lecture hours; 4 lab hours)  
                                                                            Lifeguard Training, Professional Rescue Noncredit  

                                                                            Grading Mode: P/NP/SP Non-Credit

                                                                            This is a non-credit course designed to introduce and develop the basic lifesaving skills necessary to successfully serve as a lifeguard. Topics will include discussion and practice of lifeguard skills, including assessment of emergency situation, rescue techniques, first aid, and use of emergency equipment. Upon completion of the class, a student who successfully passes written and practical exams will be qualified to be certificated for an American Red Cross Emergency Water Safety, Basic Lifeguarding, or Lifeguard Training Certificate.

                                                                            Catalog Program Pages Referencing KIN A001N

                                                                              KIN A002N13 Hours (9 lecture hours; 4 lab hours)  
                                                                              Aquatic First Aid/CPR/AED for Lifeguard Rescue Noncredit  

                                                                              Grading Mode: P/NP/SP Non-Credit

                                                                              This is a non-credit course. Emphasizes injury prevention, early medical care, first aid for common injuries and life-saving skills. Successful completion qualifies a student for the American Red Cross Standard First Aid Card and CPR Certification.

                                                                              Catalog Program Pages Referencing KIN A002N

                                                                                KIN A003N26 Hours (18 lecture hours; 8 lab hours)  
                                                                                First Aid, CPR/AED First Responder Noncredit  

                                                                                Grading Mode: P/NP/SP Non-Credit

                                                                                This course is a requirement of employment as a lifeguard and aquatics safety personnel. It is highly demanded by local fire, policy, emergency medical technicians, and the general community served by the college.

                                                                                Catalog Program Pages Referencing KIN A003N

                                                                                  KIN A010N9-36 Hours (9-36 lecture hours)  
                                                                                  Chair Cardio Fitness  

                                                                                  Grading Mode: P/NP/SP Non-Credit

                                                                                  This "everyone-can-do" body/mind class helps encourage and improve mobility, flexibility, strength, balance, posture, breathing and relaxation. Exercising from a seated position makes it ideal for, but not limited to, those challenged with Parkinson's, multiple sclerosis, arthritis or for adults new to exercise. Special consideration for participant needs makes this class useful and unique to each individual. Develop attitudes and learn techniques that work for you. Make this fun, light-hearted approach to exercise a weekly highlight.

                                                                                  Catalog Program Pages Referencing KIN A010N

                                                                                    KIN A011N10-36 Hours (10-36 lecture hours)  
                                                                                    Stretch and Flex for Wellness  

                                                                                    Grading Mode: P/NP/SP Non-Credit

                                                                                    Emphasizes proper techniques of movement, joint flexibility, breathing, and body alignment for postural integration. Flexibility as it relates to physical fitness, health, and stress reduction will be explored to improve and maintain a wellness lifestyle.

                                                                                    Catalog Program Pages Referencing KIN A011N

                                                                                      KIN A084N54 Hours (54 lecture hours)  
                                                                                      Theory of Yoga Noncredit  

                                                                                      Grading Mode: P/NP/SP Non-Credit

                                                                                      This is a non-credit course that provides a survey of the origins of Yoga, including ancient to modern traditions, and exploration of the principal ancient texts of Yoga. This course includes the evolution of yoga from its earliest development to its current integration into modern culture.

                                                                                      Catalog Program Pages Referencing KIN A084N

                                                                                        KIN A085N90 Hours (36 lecture hours; 54 lab hours)  
                                                                                        Yoga Methodology Noncredit  
                                                                                        Prerequisite(s): Prior Yoga Experience as demonstrated in first week of enrollment.
                                                                                        Advisory: KIN A128 and KIN A228.

                                                                                        Grading Mode: P/NP/SP Non-Credit

                                                                                        This is a non-credit course designed for students to learn how to teach key poses in each category of Yoga for adults, teens, and children in a variety of settings. This class includes proper alignment, sequencing of postures, positive communication, verbal and physical cueing, precautions, and modifications for yoga clients.

                                                                                        Catalog Program Pages Referencing KIN A085N

                                                                                          Mathematics Noncredit Courses

                                                                                          MATH A001N27 Hours (27 lecture hours)  
                                                                                          Preparation for Elementary Algebra Bootcamp Noncredit  

                                                                                          Grading Mode: P/NP/SP Non-Credit

                                                                                          This is a noncredit course intended to prepare students for elementary algebra before enrollment in Math A010 - Elementary Algebra. The course will review pre-algebra materials. Topics to include simplifying expressions, solving equations and application of pre-algebra concepts.

                                                                                          Catalog Program Pages Referencing MATH A001N

                                                                                            MATH A002N27 Hours (27 lecture hours)  
                                                                                            Preparation for Intermediate Algebra Bootcamp Noncredit  

                                                                                            Grading Mode: P/NP/SP Non-Credit

                                                                                            This is a noncredit course intended to prepare students for intermediate algebra before enrollment in Math A030 - Intermediate Algebra. The course will review elementary algebra materials. Topics to include simplifying expressions, solving equations and application of concepts.

                                                                                            Catalog Program Pages Referencing MATH A002N

                                                                                              MATH A004N45 Hours (45 lecture hours)  
                                                                                              Math Jam Basic Math Computational Skills Noncredit  

                                                                                              Grading Mode: P/NP/SP Non-Credit

                                                                                              This is a noncredit course focusing on mastering key arithmetic topics. These topics include operations with whole numbers, operations with decimals, introduction to percents, introduction to integers, introduction to fractions, introduction to ratios and proportions, introduction to statistics and an introduction to measurement and basic geometry.

                                                                                              Catalog Program Pages Referencing MATH A004N

                                                                                                MATH A009N18 Hours (18 lecture hours)  
                                                                                                Study Session for Pre-Algebra Noncredit  
                                                                                                Co-requisite(s): MATH A008.

                                                                                                Grading Mode: P/NP/SP Non-Credit

                                                                                                This is a noncredit course. This course provides additional practice of the mathematical concepts covered in Math A008 - Pre-Algebra. Students will develop the skills necessary to successfully demonstrate competencies related to Math A008.

                                                                                                Catalog Program Pages Referencing MATH A009N

                                                                                                  MATH A011N18 Hours (18 lecture hours)  
                                                                                                  Study Session for Elementary Algebra Noncredit  
                                                                                                  Co-requisite(s): MATH A010.

                                                                                                  Grading Mode: P/NP/SP Non-Credit

                                                                                                  This is a non-credit course. This course provides additional practice of the mathematical concepts covered in Math A010 - Elementary Algebra. Students will develop the skills necessary to successfully demonstrate competencies related to Math A010.

                                                                                                  Catalog Program Pages Referencing MATH A011N

                                                                                                    MATH A028N9 Hours (9 lecture hours)  
                                                                                                    Problem Solving Seminar in Mathematics  

                                                                                                    Grading Mode: P/NP/SP Non-Credit

                                                                                                    This regular noncredit course is for students interested in Math competitions or general problem solving, designed to review prerequisite skills necessary for success. Topics include Geometry; Counting and Probability; Functions and Polynomials, Logic, and general problem-solving strategies.

                                                                                                    Catalog Program Pages Referencing MATH A028N

                                                                                                      MATH A082N36 Hours (36 lecture hours)  
                                                                                                      Math Jam for STEM Pathway Noncredit  

                                                                                                      Grading Mode: P/NP/SP Non-Credit

                                                                                                      This is a noncredit preparation course designed to review prerequisite topics necessary for success in MATH A115 or MATH A120 covering operations with real numbers, relations and functions, systems of linear equations, factoring, rational expressions, radical equations, quadratic equations, exponential and logarithmic equations, conic sections, and basic geometry.

                                                                                                      Catalog Program Pages Referencing MATH A082N

                                                                                                        MATH A086N36 Hours (36 lecture hours)  
                                                                                                        Math Jam for SLAM Pathway Noncredit  

                                                                                                        Grading Mode: P/NP/SP Non-Credit

                                                                                                        This is a noncredit preparation course for MATH A100 and MATH A160, designed to review prerequisite skills necessary for success. Topics include operations with real numbers; conversion between decimals, percents, and fractions; selected algebraic topics; the graph of a line; and problem-solving strategies.

                                                                                                        Catalog Program Pages Referencing MATH A086N