Pacific Union College Course Lists
Courses for 20/SU Terms
Number of Courses Listed: 63
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20/SUOpenVAARTD-494-01INTERNSHIP06/15/20-08/14/20ARRARRARR102 1.0-3.0Rajeev Sigamoney An individualized contract agreement involving, selected students, faculty, and employers to, provide practical experience in graphic design in, a professional setting. Approval of the, department chair required in advance. Thirty clock, hours of experience required for each hour of, credit. Repeatable for credit.
20/SUOpenVAARTF-494-01INTERNSHIP06/15/20-08/14/20ARRARRARR100 1.0-3.0Rajeev Sigamoney An individualized contract agreement involving, selected students, faculty, and employers to, provide practical experience in fine art in a, professional setting. Approval of the department, chair required in advance. Thirty clock hours of, experience required for each hour of credit., Repeatable for credit.
20/SUOpenVAARTP-494-01INTERNSHIP06/15/20-08/14/20ARRARRARR100 1.0-3.0Rajeev Sigamoney An individualized contract agreement involving, selected students, faculty, and employers to, provide practical experience in photography in a, professional setting. Approval of the department, chair required in advance. Thirty clock hours of, experience required for each hour of credit., Repeatable for credit.
20/SUOpenBIBIOL-101-01HUMAN ANATOMY06/15/20-07/03/20MTWTHF01:00PM-04:00PMARR2417 5.0Backil SungV.BHuman structure as the expression of basic, principles of morphology. Each functional system, considered in terms of its cell, tissue, and organ, types. Four lectures and one laboratory per week., , This course is not applicable to a major or minor, in the Biology Department.
20/SUOpenBIBIOL-101L-01LAB06/15/20-07/03/20MTWTH09:00AM-12:00PMARR2417 0.0Backil Sung  
20/SUOpenBIBIOL-111-01BIOL FOUNDATIONS I06/15/20-07/03/20MTWTHF09:00AM-12:00PMARR246 5.0Backil SungV.BAn integrated foundation in life science, principles for biology majors and preprofessional, students in the biomedical sciences. Prerequisite, to most biology courses with higher numbers., Four lectures and one laboratory per week., , BIOL 111: The cell as the structural and, functional unit of life; organelles and their, functions; structure and function of essential, biomolecules; and an introduction to molecular, genetics. Prerequisite: CHEM 101 or CHEM 111., , BIOL 112: Mendelian genetics, bio-diversity,, ecology, and evolution. , , BIOL 113: The form and function of plants and, animals.
20/SUOpenBIBIOL-111L-01LAB06/15/20-07/03/20MTWTH01:00PM-04:00PMARR246 0.0Backil Sung  
20/SUOpenBIBIOL-412-01RESEARCH IN BIOLOGY06/15/20-08/14/20ARRARRARR30 1.0-3.0Floyd Hayes Original investigation in selected areas of, biology. The research topic is selected and the, work done under direction of a faculty advisor., Scholarly presentation of research results is, encouraged. Prerequisites: BIOL 111-112-113, 222, and approval of the Biology faculty. Repeatable to, a maximum of 6 credits applied to the Biology, major.
20/SUOpenBIBIOL-412-02RESEARCH IN BIOLOGY06/15/20-08/14/20ARRARRARR30 1.0-4.0Backil Sung Original investigation in selected areas of, biology. The research topic is selected and the, work done under direction of a faculty advisor., Scholarly presentation of research results is, encouraged. Prerequisites: BIOL 111-112-113, 222, and approval of the Biology faculty. Repeatable to, a maximum of 6 credits applied to the Biology, major.
20/SUOpenBIBIOL-412-03RESEARCH IN BIOLOGY06/15/20-08/14/20ARRARRARR30 1.0-3.0Bryan Ness Original investigation in selected areas of, biology. The research topic is selected and the, work done under direction of a faculty advisor., Scholarly presentation of research results is, encouraged. Prerequisites: BIOL 111-112-113, 222, and approval of the Biology faculty. Repeatable to, a maximum of 6 credits applied to the Biology, major.
20/SUOpenCHCHEM-101-01INTRODUCTORY CHEMISTRY06/15/20-07/03/20MTWTHF10:00AM-12:00PMARR8015 4.0Marie PakV.AAn elementary introduction to fundamental, principles of chemistry. Primarily for students, preparing to enter an allied health or related, field or to enroll in CHEM 102 and 111. Three, lectures and one laboratory per week., , This course is not applicable to a major or minor, in the Chemistry Department.
20/SUOpenCHCHEM-101L-01LAB06/15/20-07/03/20ARRARRARR4415 0.0Marie Pak  
20/SUOpenCWLCOMM-494-01COMMUNICATION INTERNSHIP06/15/20-08/14/20ARRARRARR50 3.0Lynne Thew Supervised work experience in a, communication-related environment. Skills in the, practice of communication are used. Enrollment, limited to department majors. Advance approval of, the department required. May not be taken before, the end of the sophomore year.
20/SUOpenEDEDUC-340-WEBEXCEPT CHLD IN CLASSRM06/15/20-07/03/20ARRARRON LINE2016 4.0Kathleen Jefferson Major categories of disabilities and giftedness, and strategies to meet the needs of these children, in the general classroom. Information about, federal and state laws pertaining to disabilities, and how to write and implement an IEP.
20/SUClsdEDEDUC-427-WEBASSMNT/EVAL BEG TEACH06/15/20-07/03/20ARRARRON LINE1515 2.0Lynal Ingham Introductory overview of educational assessment &, evaluation as used in the elementary and secondary, classroom. Meets the SDA Basic certification, requirement for educational assessment. Open to, practicing teachers holding a Conditional, certificate.
20/SUOpenEDEDUC-517-WEBCURRENT ISSUES/EDUCATN06/15/20-07/17/20ARRARRON LINE156 3.0Jean Buller  
20/SUOpenEDEDUC-597-WEBACTION RESEARCH PROJ06/15/20-08/14/20ARRARRON LINE150 1.0-5.0Jean Buller  
20/SUOpenVAFILM-494-01INTERNSHIP06/15/20-08/14/20ARRARRARR51 1.0-3.0Rajeev Sigamoney An individualized contract agreement involving, selected students, faculty, and employers to, provide practical experience in film and tv in a, professional setting. Thirty clock hours of, experience required for each hour of credit., Repeatable for credit.
20/SUOpenHIHIST-134-WEBHISTORY OF THE US I06/15/20-08/14/20ARRARRARR309 4.0Paul McGrawIII.AThe United States from colonial beginnings to the, present time. The central theme is the growth of, American democracy with its implications for, government and society, racial and religious, minorities and the emergence of the nation as a, world power.
20/SUOpenESHLED-166-WEBHEALTH EDUCATION06/15/20-06/25/20ARRARRON LINE208 2.0Elaine NeudeckVI.AEncourages the development of self-awareness and, promotes 'wellness' as a life-long personal, investment. Advocates protection and effective use, of human and ecological resources and acquiring, skills for individual responsibility. Emphasis on, Seventh-day Adventist health principles. Treats, substance abuse and nutrition as required for SDA, and California teaching credentials.
20/SUOpenCWLJOUR-494-01JOURNALISM INTERNSHIP06/15/20-08/14/20ARRARRARR50 3.0Lynne Thew Supervised opportunity for the student to accrue, direct experience in a professional journalistic, setting as approved by the department. Enrollment, restricted to department majors.
20/SUOpenMUMUED-465-WEBTOPICS IN PDGY: PIANO06/15/20-08/14/20ARRARRON LINE101 1.0-2.0Diana Cefalo Principles and methods of instrumental or vocal, instruction, with emphasis on the area of the, student's specialty. Includes a survey of, materials and methods of instruction. Repeatable, to a maximum of 2 credits.
20/SUOpenMUMUSP-363-06PERFORM STUDIES:PIANO06/15/20-08/14/20ARRARRON LINE101 1.0-2.0Diana Cefalo Private lessons in voice, harpsichord, organ,, piano, guitar, and orchestra and band instruments., Enrollment limited to music majors taking the A.S., in music, the B.S. in music, or the B.Mus. with, education emphasis. Not applicable to the B.Mus., with performance emphasis. One hour is usually, taken each quarter. Repeatable for credit.
20/SUOpenCWLPREL-494-01MKTG COMM INTERNSHIP06/15/20-08/14/20ARRARRARR50 3.0Lynne Thew Supervised experience in marketing communication., Under the direction of a marketing communication, professional, the student accrues direct, experience in a professional marketing, communication setting as approved by the, department. Enrollment restricted to, department majors.
20/SUOpenPSPSYC-121-WEBGENERAL PSYCHOLOGY06/15/20-08/14/20ARRARRON LINE1108 4.0James CephasIII.BSurvey of the field of psychology: social, processes, biological psychology, learning,, development, motivation, memory, health, stress,, personality,psychopathology, and therapies.
20/SUClsdPSPSYC-297-01DIRECTED STUDY06/15/20-08/14/20ARRARRARR11 3.0James Cephas  
20/SUOpenBIBIOL-223-WEBMEDICAL TERMINOLOGY06/22/20-08/14/20ARRARRON LINE405 2.0John Duncan The terminology of science and medicine., , This course is not applicable to a major or minor, in the Biology Department.
20/SUOpenENENGL-101-01COLLEGE ENGLISH I06/22/20-07/16/20MTWTH10:00AM-12:10PMARR243 4.0Linda GillI.AFirst in a two-course sequence that immerses, students in academic writing, reading, and, thinking practices. Through extensive, inquiry-based writing, students engage in, building the reflective awareness needed for, success in a wide range of academic experiences. , Students write consistently, are introduced to, academic writing conventions, engage with, challenging readings, and begin putting others', ideas in conversation with their own., , This course is not applicable to a major or minor, in the English Department.
20/SUOpenENENGL-301-01THEMES IN LIT:CLASS/GENDER06/22/20-07/16/20MTWTH01:00PM-03:10PMARR3017 4.0Linda GillIV.AThematically organized works generally recognized, as distinguished explorations and expressions of, significant issues. Literature is selected from, several genres, countries and time periods., Readings, lectures, discussions, reports and, papers. Repeatable for credit under different, subtitles. Current subtitles include:, Class and Gender, Global Perspectives, Literature and the Arts, Literature and the Environment, Salvation Stories, Travel Narratives, Ventures in Science, Enrollment limited to juniors and seniors., , This course is not applicable to a major or minor, in the English Department.
20/SUOpenBIENVR-494-01INTERNSHIP06/22/20-08/14/20ARRARRARR30 1.0-4.0Floyd Hayes Volunteer service or employment with an, environmental government agency or non-government, organization. Intended to provide students with, experience relevant to future employment or, graduate studies. A report must be submitted, summarizing duties performed and skills learned., Repeatable to a maximum of 4 credits.
20/SUOpenHIHIST-360-01ADVENTIST HERITAGE06/22/20-07/03/20MTWTHF08:00AM-12:30PMARR521 4.0Paul McGraw An interdisciplinary exploration of theological, and historical issues important to an, understanding of the Advent Movement and the, ministry of Ellen G. White. Meets the requirement, in Prophetic Guidance and Denominational History, for SDA teaching credentials.
20/SUOpenTHRELB-245-WEBENCOUNTERING JESUS06/22/20-08/14/20ARRARRON LINE4016 3.0James WibberdingII.CExploration of the pivotal role, identity and, teachings of Jesus in the salvation of humanity.
20/SUOpenTHRELH-360-01ADVENTIST HERITAGE06/22/20-07/03/20MTWTHF08:00AM-12:30PMARR2321 4.0Paul McGrawII.DAn interdisciplinary exploration of theological, and historical issues important to an, understanding of the Advent Movement and the, ministry of Ellen G. White. Meets the requirement, in Prophetic Guidance and Denominational History, for SDA teaching credentials.
20/SUOpenTHRELT-220-01SDA BELIEFS06/22/20-07/03/20MTWTHF01:00PM-04:00PMARR4015 3.0Young-Chun KimII.DIntroduction to the distinctive beliefs of the, Seventh-day Adventist faith, including the Bible's, teachings on the seventh-day Sabbath, second, coming of Jesus, Great Controversy theme, holism,, sanctuary and forgiveness, church identity,, lifestyle, and last day events.
20/SUOpenEDECED-230-WEBCHLD, FAM & COMMUNITY06/29/20-08/10/20ARRARRON LINE150 3.0Charaine Lucas Acknowledges the value and necessity of, collaboration between parents, teachers, and the, community in support of children. Includes the, challenges facing contemporary families, the needs, of families with diverse backgrounds, available, comunity resources, political awareness, and child, and family advocacy. Effective methods of, communictation with families and community members, will be practiced.
20/SUOpenEDEDUC-339-WEBELL PEDAGOGY06/29/20-07/24/20ARRARRON LINE158 3.0Jean Buller Strategies for assessing and teaching K-12 English, Language Learners (ELLs), concentrating on, techniques used by classroom teachers that foster, development of listening, speaking, pronunciation,, grammar, reading, writing, and vocabulary in a, variety of content areas.
20/SUOpenEDEDUC-410-WEBPhilosophy of Christian Educat06/29/20-07/24/20ARRARRON LINE154 1.0-2.0Jim Roy An in-depth study experience of Choice Theory and, its application to the classroom and school, setting. The writings of Scripture, Ellen White,, and William Glasser provide the theoretical, framework for class discussions and assignments., Experimental in nature, with learning coming out, of the activities that are done during class., Meets the SDA Philosophy of Education requirement, for the SDA teaching credential.
20/SUOpenEDEDUC-420-01WKSHP: NATURE EDUC RETREAT06/29/20-08/10/20ARRARRON LINE1511 2.0Charaine Lucas Hands-on practical summer workshops for teachers, seeking certification renewal credit. Offered, under different subtitles on a rotating basis., Past subtitles include the following:, Cooperative Learning, Kindergarten Workshop, Pathways Reading, Making & Using Portfolios, Reading & Writing Workshop, Robotics in the Classroom, Repeatable for credit under different subtitles.
20/SUOpenEDEDUC-430-WEBKINDERGARTEN ADMIN06/29/20-08/10/20ARRARRON LINE127 2.0Charaine Lucas Meets the SDA special endorsement requirements for, Kindergarten teachers. Presents both SDA and state, guidelines relating to student readiness and, school entrance requirements. Focuses on, leadership knowledge and skills needed for a, successful Kindergarten program. Open to, practicing teachers and students in the campus, credential program.
20/SUOpenEDEDUC-510-WEBLEADERSHIP IN EDUC06/29/20-07/10/20ARRARRON LINE158 3.0Jean Buller  
20/SUOpenEDEDUC-538-WEBCOMPUTERS IN CLASSRM06/29/20-07/10/20ARRARRON LINE1512 2.0Tom Lee  
20/SUOpenEDEDUC-538L-WEBLAB06/29/20-07/10/20ARRARRON LINE1512 1.0Tom Lee  
20/SUOpenBIBIOL-102-01HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY07/06/20-07/24/20MTWTHF09:00AM-12:00PMARR2411 5.0Robin VanceV.BThe function of human body systems, emphasizing, the relationships among these systems; the role of, each system in normal body function and health., Four lectures and one laboratory per week., , This course is not applicable to a major or minor, in the Biology Department.
20/SUOpenBIBIOL-102L-01LAB07/06/20-07/24/20MTWTH01:00PM-04:00PMARR2411 0.0Robin Vance  
20/SUOpenBIBIOL-113-01BIOL FOUNDATIONS III07/06/20-07/24/20MTWTHF09:00AM-12:00PMARR246 5.0Aimee Wyrick-BrownworthV.BAn integrated foundation in life science, principles for biology majors and preprofessional, students in the biomedical sciences. Prerequisite, to most biology courses with higher numbers., Should be taken in sequence. Four lectures and one, laboratory per week., , BIOL 111: The cell as the structural and, functional unit of life; organelles and their, functions; structure and function of essential, biomolecules; and an introduction to molecular, genetics. Prerequisite: CHEM 101 or CHEM 111, , BIOL 112: Mendelian genetics, bio-diversity,, ecology, and evolution., , BIOL 113: The form and function of plants and, animals.
20/SUOpenBIBIOL-113L-01LAB07/06/20-07/24/20MTWTH01:00PM-04:00PMARR246 0.0Aimee Wyrick-Brownworth  
20/SUOpenEDEDUC-420-02WKSHP: DI LAS VEGAS07/06/20-07/10/20ARRARRON LINE152 1.0-2.0Jean Buller Hands-on practical summer workshops for teachers, seeking certification renewal credit. Offered, under different subtitles on a rotating basis., Past subtitles include the following:, Cooperative Learning, Kindergarten Workshop, Pathways Reading, Making & Using Portfolios, Reading & Writing Workshop, Robotics in the Classroom, Repeatable for credit under different subtitles.
20/SUOpenEDEDUC-422-WEBRDNG & WRTNG FOR LIFE07/06/20-07/10/20ARRARRON LINE2017 3.0J Buller/S Gitter Meets the SDA Basic Elementary certification, requirement for methods in reading and language, arts. Open to employees holding a SDA Conditional, certificate; not open to students in the campus, credential program.
20/SUOpenEDEDUC-426-WEBSDA SEC READING METH07/06/20-07/24/20ARRARRON LINE1511 2.0Jim Roy Meets the SDA Basic Secondary certification, requirement for methods in secondary reading. Open, to practicing teachers holding a Conditional, certificate; not open to students in the campus, credential program.
20/SUOpenEDEDUC-513-WEBPROGRESSIVE INSTRUCT STRATEG07/06/20-07/16/20ARRARRON LINE157 3.0Jean Buller  
20/SUOpenMPSTAT-222-01INTRO TO STATISTICS07/06/20-07/31/20MTWTHF10:00AM-11:50AMARR3015 4.0Chantel BlackburnI.DDescriptive statistics, graphical methods, basic, concepts of probability, binomial and normal, probability distributions, central limit theorem,, hypothesis testing involving means, confidence, intervals, introduction to correlation and, regression, and chi-square testing. Examples from, a wide variety of disciplines, including business,, the social sciences, and the life sciences, to, prepare students with varying backgrounds and, interests to become intelligent consumers and, users of statistics.
20/SUOpenPSPSYC-234-01HUMAN DEVELOPMENT07/07/20-07/17/20MTWTHF01:00PM-05:00PMARR324 4.0J.S. Jefferson Theory and research in developmental psychology,, including an overview of the cognitive, emotional,, physical, social, and moral development of the, individual from conception to senescence. Not, applicable to a major or minor in Psychology or, Social Work.
20/SUOpenEDEDUC-420-03WKSHP: SDA MTHDS IN ELEM MATH07/13/20-07/17/20ARRARRON LINE154 2.0K Jefferson/S Gitter Hands-on practical summer workshops for teachers, seeking certification renewal credit. Offered, under different subtitles on a rotating basis., Past subtitles include the following:, Cooperative Learning, Kindergarten Workshop, Pathways Reading, Making & Using Portfolios, Reading & Writing Workshop, Robotics in the Classroom, Repeatable for credit under different subtitles.
20/SUOpenEDEDUC-421-WEBSDA METH IN ELEM MATH07/13/20-07/17/20ARRARRON LINE2015 2.0K Jefferson/S Gitter Meets the SDA Basic Elementary certification, requirement for methods in mathematics. Open to, practicing teachers holding a Conditional, certificate; not open to students in the campus, credential program.
20/SUOpenEDEDUC-596-WEBMETHODS IN RESEARCH07/13/20-07/17/20ARRARRON LINE150 2.0Jean Buller  
20/SUOpenEDEDUC-420-04WKSHP:SDA MTHDS/ELEM SOC STUD07/20/20-07/24/20ARRARRON LINE151 2.0Sarah Gitter Hands-on practical summer workshops for teachers, seeking certification renewal credit. Offered, under different subtitles on a rotating basis., Past subtitles include the following:, Cooperative Learning, Kindergarten Workshop, Pathways Reading, Making & Using Portfolios, Reading & Writing Workshop, Robotics in the Classroom, Repeatable for credit under different subtitles.
20/SUOpenEDEDUC-446-WEBSDA METH/EL SOC STUD07/20/20-07/24/20ARRARRON LINE1513 2.0Sarah Gitter Meets the SDA Basic Elementary certification, requirement for methods in Social Studies. Open to, practicing teachers holding a Conditional, certificate; not open to students in the campus, credential program.
20/SUOpenENENGL-102-01COLLEGE ENGLISH II07/20/20-08/14/20MTWTH01:00PM-03:10PMARR2412 4.0Linda GillI.ASecond in a two-course sequence that immerses, students in academic writing, reading, and, thinking practices. Through extensive, inquiry-based writing, students engage in, building the reflective awareness needed for, success in a wide range of academic experiences. , Focuses on academic inquiry, how writers form, their own research questions, and how academic, writers, enter and respond to an ongoing written, conversation, through sustained research. Students will come to, understand the methods of academic inquiry, resulting in analytical and research-based, writing., , This course is not applicable to a major or minor, in the English Department.
20/SUOpenADGNST-104-WEBCOLLEGE BOUND07/20/20-08/14/20TTH10:00AM-12:00PMON LINE250 2.0Martin Pita Examines the college learning process in academic, areas and encourages skill development in, strengths exploration, goal setting, learning, styles, note taking and test-taking strategies., These and other topics related to learning and, retaining college material are explored., Registration for and successful completion of GNST, 104-105 is required for freshmen who are admitted, to Pacific Union College on academic probation and, for current freshmen as soon as they are placed on, academic probation.
20/SUOpenBIBIOL-112-01BIOL FOUNDATIONS II07/27/20-08/14/20MTWTHF09:00AM-12:00PMARR249 5.0Bryan NessV.BAn integrated foundation in life science, principles for biology majors and preprofessional, students in the biomedical sciences. Prerequisite, to most biology courses with higher numbers., Four lectures and one laboratory per week., , BIOL 111: The cell as the structural and, functional unit of life; organelles and their, functions; structure and function of essential, biomolecules; and an introduction to molecular, genetics. Prerequisite: CHEM 101 or CHEM 111., , BIOL 112: Mendelian genetics, bio-diversity,, ecology, and evolution. , , BIOL 113: The form and function of plants and, animals.
20/SUOpenBIBIOL-112L-01LAB07/27/20-08/14/20MTWTH01:00PM-04:00PMARR249 0.0Bryan Ness  
20/SUOpenBIMICR-134-01GENERAL MICROBIOLOGY07/27/20-08/14/20MTWTHF09:00AM-12:00PMARR248 5.0Backil SungV.BAn introduction to microorganisms- the bacteria,, viruses, and fungi; the usefulness of, microorganisms in nature and manufacturing;, pathogenesis and immunity. Consideration of each, major infectious disease with respect to its, causative agent, characteristics, diagnosis,, transmission, and prevention. Four lectures and, one laboratory per week.
20/SUOpenBIMICR-134L-01LAB07/27/20-08/14/20MTWTH01:00PM-04:00PMARR248 0.0Backil Sung  

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