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* MOST 21SUM CLASSES ARE BEING OFFERED IN AN ONLINE FORMAT ** SEE SECTION NOTES FOR ANY ADDITIONAL SPECIFIC INFORMATION *Moreno Valley College - Summer 2021 Class ScheduleReading the Schedule of ClassesSection NotesSubjectSECT#.COURSE# -LINEM StockdaleMM/DD - MM/DD/YYANTHROPOLOGY47362.ANT-1Physical Anthropology3The above section is an online class. Computer with internet access required. See www.opencampus.com47367.ANT-1Physical Anthropology3W06:00PM-08:50PMHUM-111S WakimMM/DD - MM/DD/YY47375.ANT-2Cultural Anthropology3TTh11:10AM-12:35PMQD-201P RobertsMM/DD - MM/DD/YYSectionNumberCourseNumberCredit ClassesAdministration Of Justice.1Anthropology.2Art. 3Asl - American Sign Language.3Biology. 3Business Administration. 4Chemistry.5Communication Studies.5Computer Information Systems. 6Dental Hygiene. 6Early Childhood Education. 6Economics. 7Emergency Medical Services. 7English. 8Fire Technology.9Geography. 9Guidance.10Health Science. 11History.11Human Services. 12Humanities. 12Kinesiology.12Mathematics.13Building-RoomMedical Assisting.15Music.15Political Science. 15Psychology.15Real Estate. 16Sociology. 16Spanish. 16Theater Arts.17Administration Of Justice - Administration Of JusticeTable of ContentsShade denotes eveningclass (after 4:00pm)Non-Credit ClassesComputer Applications/Office. 18Computer Information Systems. 18Interdisciplinary Studies.19Credit ClassesSECT# DatesADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICEADJ-1Introduction to the Administration of JusticePrerequisite: None Description: The history and philosophy of administration of justice in America; recapitulation of the system; identifying the various subsystems, roleexpectations, and their interrelationships; theories of crime, punishment, and rehabilitation; ethics, education, and training for professionalism in the system. 54 hours lecture.(Letter grade only)26224 ADJ-1Lecture3ON-LINEN Aguirre06/21 - 07/29/21Online classes are distance education classes with no scheduled meeting days. Students will log in to Canvas and complete work regularly throughout the week. Canvas and other technologies will be requiredto complete coursework.ADJ-C1DBasic Correctional Deputy AcademyPrerequisite: None Limitation on Enrollment (e.g. Performance tryout or audition): Completion of POST reading and writing examination. Completion of POST physical fitnessassessment. Possession of a valid California driver's license. Successful completion of medical examination. Fingerprint clearance through the California Department of Justice.Description: The Basic Correctional Deputy Academy provides entry-level training for correctional officers. Introduces the student to adult corrections procedure, interviewing,counseling techniques, defensive tactics, public relations, and oral and written communications. Security and supervision techniques in adult institutions are stressed. TheCorrectional Deputy Academy meets or exceeds the mandates of the California Board of Corrections and Rehabilitation. 227 hours lecture and 147.50 hours laboratory. (Lettergrade only)26261 ADJ-C1D Lecture15BCTC-10D Zermeno07/27 - 10/12/21LabBCTC-1007/27 - 10/12/21The above class has lecture and lab hours that vary. For information regarding this course, please refer to the School of Public Safety student information website at www.mvc.edu/bctc. Correctional DeputyAcademy Class 95ADJ-D1ABasic Public Safety Dispatch CoursePrerequisite: None Description: The 120-hour Basic Public Safety Dispatch Course is designed for law enforcement entry level Dispatchers. The course provides basic skills andknowledge in proper telephone, radio techniques, stress management, and local emergency service systems. 106 hours lecture and 14 hours laboratory. (Pass/No Pass only)26194 ADJ-D1ALecture6BCTC-31H Watson07/12 - 07/30/21LabBCTC-3107/12 - 07/30/21The above class has lecture and lab hours that vary. For information regarding this course, please refer to the School of Public Safety student information website at www.mvc.edu/bctc.ADJ-T1BIntermediate Traffic Collision InvestigationPrerequisite: ADJ-B1B and ADJ-T1A Description: Fundamentals of skidmark analysis and documentation which helps students develop advanced skills in accident investigation.Includes a practical exercise. This course is designed to help students improve their mathematics skills which are necessary for the advanced investigation course. 36 hours lectureand 4 hours laboratory. (Pass/No Pass only).RCCD Summer 2021 Class Schedule - generated 07/12/2021 3:55 a.m.1

* MOST 21SUM CLASSES ARE BEING OFFERED IN AN ONLINE FORMAT ** SEE SECTION NOTES FOR ANY ADDITIONAL SPECIFIC INFORMATION *SECT# Course#26265 mFLD-ADJFLD-ADJInstructorJ Van GorpDates06/21 - 06/25/2106/21 - 06/25/21The above section will meet at the East County Training Center at 73520 Fred Waring Drive, Palm Desert, CA 92260. Lecture and lab hours vary. For more information regarding this course, please refer to theSchool of Public Safety student information website at www.mvc.edu/bctc.ADJ-2Principles and Procedures of the Justice SystemPrerequisite: None Description: An examination and analysis of due process in criminal proceedings from pre-arrest through trial and appeal utilizing statutory law and state andconstitutional precedents. 54 hours lecture. (Letter Grade only)26225 ADJ-2Lecture3ON-LINER Christianson06/21 - 07/29/21Online classes are distance education classes with no scheduled meeting days. Students will log in to Canvas and complete work regularly throughout the week. Canvas and other technologies will be requiredto complete coursework.ADJ-T2ARadar OperationsPrerequisite: ADJ-B1B Description: Training in the operation of traffic RADAR. 20 hours lecture and 4 hours laboratory. (Pass/No Pass only)26259 ADJ-T2ALectureLab1BCTC-34BCTC-34B Wilson06/14 - 06/16/2106/14 - 06/16/21The above class has lecture and lab hours that vary. For information regarding this course, please refer to the School of Public Safety student information website at www.mvc.edu/bctc.ADJ-3Concepts of Criminal LawPrerequisite: None Description: Historical development, philosophy of law and constitutional provisions; definitions, classification of crimes, and their application to the system ofadministration of justice; legal research, study of case law, methodology, and concepts of law as a social force. 54 hours lecture. (Letter Grade only)26226 ADJ-3Lecture3ON-LINEC Wilhite06/21 - 07/29/21Online classes are distance education classes with no scheduled meeting days. Students will log in to Canvas and complete work regularly throughout the week. Canvas and other technologies will be requiredto complete coursework.Administration Of Justice - AnthropologyADJ-R1A2Level III Modular Academy TrainingPrerequisite: None Limitation on Enrollment (e.g. Performance tryout or audition): Completion of the POST Reading and Writing Skills Examination or equivalent examination;completion of the POST Physical Fitness Assessment; completion of the P.O.S.T. personal history statement; possession of a valid California driver's license; successful completionof a medical examination and fingerprint clearance through the California State Department of Justice. Description: Designed to meet the state mandated training requirementsto be qualified as a Level III police reserve officer. Curriculum covers the history and ethics of law enforcement, criminal justice system, defensive tactics, information systems,criminal law, crimes against persons and property, laws of arrest, use of firearms, vehicle operations, crimes in progress and report writing. The course satisfies Peace OfficerStandards and Training (POST) requirements for Level III reserve police certification. 99 hours lecture and 81 hours laboratory.(Letter grade only)26272 ADJ-R1A2 Lecture7BCTC-7Y Galapir07/24 - 10/04/21LabBCTC-707/24 - 10/04/21The above class has lecture and lab hours that vary. For information regarding this course, please refer to the School of Public Safety student information website at www.mvc.edu/bctc.ADJ-A44ALaser OperatorPrerequisite: ADJ-B1B and ADJ-T1A and ADJ-T2A Description: A review of Doppler Radar and the historical development, concepts, characteristics, and properties of lasertechnology. Designed to teach the proper use of law enforcement laser in traffic enforcement as well as knowledge and skill for courtroom testimony related to laser use. 6 hourslecture and 2 hours laboratory. (Pass/No Pass only)26260 ADJ-A44A Lecture0.25BCTC-34B Wilson06/17 - 06/17/21LabBCTC-3406/17 - 06/17/21The above class has lecture and lab hours that vary. For information regarding this course, please refer to the School of Public Safety student information website at www.mvc.edu/bctc.ANTHROPOLOGYANT-1Physical AnthropologyPrerequisite: None Description: An introduction to human biological evolution, physical diversity, and relationship to the animal world, using scientific and comparative methods.Incorporates the study of genetics, fossils, primates, and modern human variation within an evolutionary framework. Students may not receive credit for both ANT-1 and ANT-1H.54 hours lecture. (Letter grade only)26025 ANT-1Lecture3ON-LINEL Broyles06/21 - 07/29/21Online classes are distance education classes with no scheduled meeting days. Students will log in to Canvas and complete work regularly throughout the week. Canvas and other technologies will be requiredto complete coursework.26026 ANT-1Lecture3ON-LINEL Broyles06/21 - 07/29/21Online classes are distance education classes with no scheduled meeting days. Students will log in to Canvas and complete work regularly throughout the week. Canvas and other technologies will be requiredto complete coursework.26027 ANT-1Lecture3ON-LINEL Gudiel06/21 - 07/29/21Online classes are distance education classes with no scheduled meeting days. Students will log in to Canvas and complete work regularly throughout the week. Canvas and other technologies will be requiredto complete coursework.ANT-1LPhysical Anthropology LaboratoryPrerequisite: None Corequisite: ANT-1 or ANT-1H Description: Laboratory course exploring case studies andproblems of human genetics, human variation, the identification offossils through examination of fossil casts, human evolution, the study of the human skeleton, observation of primate behavior and structures utilizing the scientific method. 54hours laboratory. (Letter grade only)26028 ANT-1LLecture1ON-LINEL Broyles06/21 - 07/29/21Online classes are distance education classes with no scheduled meeting days. Students will log in to Canvas and complete work regularly throughout the week. Canvas and other technologies will be requiredto complete coursework.ANT-2Cultural AnthropologyPrerequisite: None Description: An introduction to the anthropological concept of culture and to the methods and theories used in the comparative analysis of cultures. Culturalpractices and institutions are examined using perspectives that enhance effective participation in a culturally diverse world. 54 hours lecture. (Letter grade only)26029 ANT-2Lecture3ON-LINEL Gudiel06/21 - 07/29/21Online classes are distance education classes with no scheduled meeting days. Students will log in to Canvas and complete work regularly throughout the week. Canvas and other technologies will be requiredto complete coursework.26030 ANT-2Lecture3ON-LINES Xochipiltecatl Vazquez06/21 - 07/29/21Online classes are distance education classes with no scheduled meeting days. Students will log in to Canvas and complete work regularly throughout the week. Canvas and other technologies will be requiredto complete coursework.2RCCD Summer 2021 Class Schedule - generated 07/12/2021 3:55 a.m.

* MOST 21SUM CLASSES ARE BEING OFFERED IN AN ONLINE FORMAT ** SEE SECTION NOTES FOR ANY ADDITIONAL SPECIFIC INFORMATION *SECT# Course#DescriptionUnitsDaysT

technology. Designed to teach the proper use of law enforcement laser in traffic enforcement as well as knowledge and skill for courtroom testimony related to laser use. 6 hours lecture and 2 hours laboratory. (Pass/No Pass only) 26260 ADJ-A44A Lecture 0.25 BCTC-34 B Wilson 06/17 -