Spring 2016 Credit - African-American/Black Studies

African-American Black Studies (AABS) courses expose you to the African/black-American experiences, communities, languages, traditions and rich heritage here in the United States. These courses will afford you the opportunity to learn about African/black Americans and their unique contributions to our society.

 

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Course-Num-Sect(Reg#)
Title
Class Meeting
Information
Faculty Loc
Credits
Start/End
Date
Co-req
Sections
Class
Features
AUMT-2311  Automotive Electronic ControlsEastfield College [EFC]
AUMT-2311-43808 (1014484)
Automotive Electronic Controls
T112   LEC  
M T W R   7:30 AM   8:55 AM
T112   LAB  
M W   9:15 AM   12:00 PM
T112   LAB  
T R   9:15 AM   1:00 PM
Giles, Kevin  Vita
EFC
3
2/22/16
4/7/16
(7 weeks)
AUMT-1316-43808
AUMT-2321-43808
MATH-1332-43808
 
eCampus
Flex Term Feb.
African-American/Black Studies
Learning Comm.
 
 Note: AUMT 2311.43808. General Program. Begins 2/22/16. Ends 4/7/16. Skip 3/14-3/24/16. This course has an online component and is part of a 12 hour credit MATH/AUMT learning community. Must register for MATH 1332.41808 unless already taken this or another math course with a C or better. In order to stay in the Automotive General Program students must stay in enrolled in MATH for duration of the semester. Students not testing to TSI MATH ready will be required to enroll in a NCDM 0071.43808. Prerequisite AUMT 1307 passed with a C or better. Contact Kevin Giles for details at 972-860-7357. AUMT students must register in person in at T141. For registration information call Dr. Sue Byrd at 972-860-7671.
AUMT-2321  Auto Elect Diag and RepairEastfield College [EFC]
AUMT-2321-43808 (1014356)
Auto Elect Diag and Repair
T112   LEC  
M T W R   7:30 AM   8:55 AM
T112   LAB  
M W   9:15 AM   12:00 PM
T112   LAB  
T R   9:15 AM   1:00 PM
Giles, Kevin  Vita
EFC
3
1/20/16
2/18/16
(5 weeks)
AUMT-2311-43808
AUMT-1316-43808
MATH-1332-43808
 
eCampus
Flex Term Jan.
African-American/Black Studies
Learning Comm.
 
 Note: AUMT 2321.43808. General Program. Begins 1/20/16. Ends 2/18/16. This course has an online component and is part of a 12 hour credit MATH/AUMT learning community. Must register for MATH 1332.41808 unless already taken this or another math course with a C or better. In order to stay in the Automotive General Program students must stay in enrolled in MATH for duration of the semester. Students not testing to TSI MATH ready will be required to enroll in a NCDM 0071.43808. Prerequisite AUMT 1307 passed with a C or better. Contact Kevin Giles for details at 972-860-7357. AUMT students must register in person in at T141. For registration information call Dr. Sue Byrd at 972-860-7671.
HIST-1301  United States History IEastfield College [EFC]
HIST-1301-43005 (1006361)
United States History I
G204   LEC  
M W   12:30 PM   1:50 PM
Wilkinson, Brett  Vita
EFC
3
1/20/16
5/12/16
  eCampus
African-American/Black Studies
 
 NOTE: HIST-1301-43005 EMPHASIS ON AFRICAN-AMERICAN HISTORY
HIST-1302  United State History IIEastfield College [EFC]
HIST-1302-43009 (1007127)
United State History II
N217   LEC  
T R   11:00 AM   12:20 PM
Nichols, Elizabeth  Vita
EFC
3
1/20/16
5/12/16
  eCampus
African-American/Black Studies
 
 NOTE: HIST-1302-43009 EMPHASIS ON AFRICAN-AMERICAN STUDIES
HIST-1302-43407 (1007458)
United State History II
INET   INET  
M T W R F S U    
Wilkinson, Brett  Vita
EFC
3
1/20/16
5/12/16
  eCampus
Internet Based
African-American/Black Studies
 
 NOTE: HIST-1302-43407 ONLINE. EMPHASIS ON AFRICAN-AMERICAN HISTORY. To access course & print syllabus, go to http://ecampus.dcccd.edu EMAIL: BrettWilkinson@dcccd.edu; 972-860-7166
HUMA-1315  Fine Arts AppreciationMountain View College [MVC]
HUMA-1315-63003 (1012906)
Fine Arts Appreciation
E60   LEC  
T R   9:30 AM   10:50 AM
Franklin, Janice  Vita
MVC
3
1/20/16
5/12/16
  eCampus
African-American/Black Studies
 
 Section 63003 has an African-American/Black Studies emphasis.
 
 
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