Summer 2017 Online Course Schedule

We are once again moving to a new learning management system: Canvas. Classes will be available the first day of class at twelve noon. 

Please read the new class rules regarding our Canvas classes carefully.

Class access to each week will be for a one week period only.  All assignments have due dates embedded into the system and students will not be able to submit late assignments without special permission from the instructor, which may or may not be granted depending on the instructor's late policies.  If the instructor has not posted a late policy in the syllabus, the student should consider that to mean that no late work is accepted. All proctored exams will be timed and will automatically submit 120 minutes after first access.  No second attempts for the proctored exam will be allowed, so watch your time carefully. By continuing you agree to the new class rules for all Canvas classes.

In order to see the most current course information students need to hit reload or refresh on their computers when first accessing a course page.  Failure to do this will result in students seeing a page with inaccurate dates.  If you do not know how to do this, please follow this link.

Please be aware that filling out the syllabus does not mean you are enrolled in the course. You must complete all the registration steps in order to be enrolled in a course.  The first step to completing enrollment is filling out the admissions application.  You must then go into the registration area and add the course you wish to be enrolled in. If you can access and complete work in the course in the learning management system you are registered.

Remember it is the student's responsibility to save a copy of all of their work, including the submission pages from interactive forms and quizzes.  To do this, copy and paste the page that appears after submitting a form or a quiz into a word processor. Tutorials are located here.

All students must complete ALL registration steps before they are enrolled in a course. 

Please be aware that courses are posted the day they begin at noon.  If the course is cancelled and your contact information with the college is current, you will be notified of the course cancellation by the Barstow College Instruction Department.

Summer Online Session Hybrid Courses

The courses listed below represent all online courses offered by Barstow Community College for the Summer 2017 term. You will find the individual CRN for each class, the instructor, and the course. For more detailed information pertaining to each section, please refer to the class schedule.

Online courses are presented over the Internet.  These courses allow students to do their work from home on computers through the use of the internet and commercial Internet provider. Students who do not have these facilities will be able to make use of the college labs (Barstow Campus and Ft Irwin) to connect to the courses.

Online courses require a computer or access to a computer. Students should be aware that any form of non-traditional study requires a great deal of self-discipline and personal motivation. Online courses are generally more demanding than the traditional classroom form of instruction. The courses require that students integrate learning from textbooks with discussion group participation and frequent interaction with the instructor through email and/or telephone. Non-traditional education provides access to those prospective students who may not normally be able to attend on-campus classes. Withdrawal rates are high due to unrealistic expectations of students.

For technical questions and concerns, you can call the Barstow Community College Online Office at (760) 252-2411 ext 7319. For registration and counseling information you can call the Barstow Community College Admissions and Records Office at (760) 252-2411 ext 7236.

NOTE: All off campus military students enrolling in online classes must submit applications, enrollment forms, and tuition assistance (TA) forms during the enrollment period. If you do not meet the deadlines, you will not be registered in time to complete classes.

Students must order their textbooks directly from the Barstow campus bookstore. Call (760) 252-2411, ext 7262.

Summer Online Session Hybrid Courses

In order to see the most current course information students need to hit reload or refresh on their computers when first accessing a course page.  Failure to do this will result in students seeing a page with inaccurate dates.  If you do not know how to do this, please follow this link.

Summer Online Class Schedule

Session I: June 05 - July 27

CRN

Course

Title

Instructor

Start Date

End Date

80265

ACCT 1A

Principles of Accounting

Peak, T.

6/5/17

7/27/17

80145

ADJU 18

Fund. of Probation and Parole

Beshears, M.

6/5/17

7/27/17

80144

ADJU 4

Legal Aspects of Evidence

Beshears, M.

6/5/17

7/27/17

80294

AHLT 74

Alcohol/Drug Abuse:Family Dyn.

Faulkenberry, D.

6/5/17

7/27/17

80117

ARTS 1

Art History/Apprec

Goldstein, L.

6/5/17

7/27/17

80248

ARTS 13A

Asian Arts Hist: Early Culture

Love, J.

6/5/17

7/27/17

80118

ARTS 2

Art History and Apprec

Goldstein, L.

6/5/17

7/27/17

80156

ASTR 1

Introduction to Astronomy

Farahmandi, A.

6/5/17

7/27/17

80210

ASTR 1

Introduction to Astronomy

Farahmandi, A.

6/5/17

7/27/17

80298

BADM 1

Business Law I

Ulibarri, C.

6/5/17

7/27/17

80138

BIOL 1

Environmental Biology

Ranney, B.

6/5/17

7/27/17

80139

BIOL 11

Human Sexuality

Sage, B.

6/5/17

7/27/17

80111

BIOL 11

Human Sexuality

Bento, G.

6/5/17

7/27/17

80186

CBIS 13

Management Information Systems

Chisholm, W.

6/5/17

7/27/17

80262

CHLD 19B

Admin of Early Child Ed II

Gonzalez, N.

6/5/17

7/27/17

80104

CHLD 4

Child Growth and Development

Nunes-Gill, N.

6/5/17

7/27/17

80106

CHLD 6

Child, Family, Community

Nunes-Gill, N.

6/5/17

7/27/17

80101

CSIS 1

Computer Concepts

Batarseh, A.

6/5/17

7/27/17

80270

ECON 1

Principles of Economics-Macro

Vasconcellos, R.

6/5/17

7/27/17

80159

ENGL 1A

English Composition & Reading

Whims, J.

6/5/17

7/27/17

80161

ENGL 1A

English Composition & Reading

James, M.

6/5/17

7/27/17

80160

ENGL 1C

Critical Thinking & Comp

Hanson, M.

6/5/17

7/27/17

80247

ENGL 1C

Critical Thinking & Comp

Lindsay, N.

6/5/17

7/27/17

80195

ENGL 2

Survey of English Literature

Hanson, M.

6/5/17

7/27/17

80260

ENGL 50X

Intensive Writing Prep.College

Firtha, C.

6/5/17

7/27/17

80135

HEAL 1

Health Education

Puryear, E.

6/5/17

7/27/17

80206

HEAL 1

Health Education

Barr, F.

6/5/17

7/27/17

80136

HEAL 2

Nutrition

Puryear, E.

6/5/17

7/27/17

80249

HEAL 2

Nutrition

Ramirez, A.

6/5/17

7/27/17

80169

HIST 2A

Survey Of US History

Radzikowski, J.

6/5/17

7/27/17

80207

HIST 2B

Survey Of US History

Hill, M.

6/5/17

7/27/17

80261

HIST 8A

World Civilizations

Stanek, T.

6/5/17

7/27/17

80137

HOME 2

Nutrition

Puryear, E.

6/5/17

7/27/17

80188

HUMA 1

Humanities Through The Arts

McGrath, M.

6/5/17

7/27/17

80213

HUMA 1

Humanities Through The Arts

McGrath, M.

6/5/17

7/27/17

80164

HUMA 5

Multi-Cultural Mythology

McGrath, M.

6/5/17

7/27/17

80142

MATH 2

Intro to Statistics

Vartanian, S.

6/5/17

7/27/17

80216

MATH 2

Intro to Statistics

Weis, A.

6/5/17

7/27/17

80194

MATH 3

College Algebra

Wilson, J.

6/5/17

7/27/17

80143

MATH 50

Elementary Algebra

Vartanian, S.

6/5/17

7/27/17

80171

MATH 55

Intermediate Algebra

Yuan, C.

6/5/17

7/27/17

80245

MATH 55

Intermediate Algebra

Esperanza, P.

6/5/17

7/27/17

80151

MGMT 1

Introduction To Management

Green, A.

6/5/17

7/27/17

80208

MUSI 2

Music Apprec (Classical)

Hosharian, G.

6/5/17

7/27/17

80121

PEAC 30

General Activity

Karpel, M.

6/5/17

7/27/17

80209

PEAC 30

General Activity

Olegario-Lealofi, J.

6/5/17

7/27/17

80123

PELC 1

Sport Psychology

Karpel, M.

6/5/17

7/27/17

80129

PHIL 1

Introduction To Philosophy

Rehfeld, A.

6/5/17

7/27/17

80130

PHIL 4

Ethics

Love, J.

6/5/17

7/27/17

80250

PHIL 6

Introduction To The Bible

Rehfeld, A.

6/5/17

7/27/17

80163

POLI 1

Am Political Instit

Marietta, R.

6/5/17

7/27/17

80212

POLI 1

Am Political Instit

Lenerville, J.

6/5/17

7/27/17

80241

POLI 1

Am Political Instit

Cranon-Charles, A.

6/5/17

7/27/17

80170

PSYC 1

Intro to Psychology

Roberts, K.

6/5/17

7/27/17

80217

PSYC 1

Intro to Psychology

Roberts, K.

6/5/17

7/27/17

80140

PSYC 11

Human Sexuality

Sage, B.

6/5/17

7/27/17

80112

PSYC 11

Human Sexuality

Bento, G.

6/5/17

7/27/17

80124

PSYC 13

Sport Psychology

Karpel, M.

6/5/17

7/27/17

80256

PSYC 14

Intro to Drug/Alcohol Studies

Faulkenberry, D.

6/5/17

7/27/17

80214

PSYC 2

Develop Psychology

Roberts, K.

6/5/17

7/27/17

80244

PSYC 2

Develop Psychology

Davis, B.

6/5/17

7/27/17

80257

PSYC 33

Marriage and Family

Jacobs, J.

6/5/17

7/27/17

80184

PSYC 4

Child Growth and Development

Nunes-Gill, N.

6/5/17

7/27/17

80196

PSYC 5

Intro to Career/Life Planning

Addison, T.

6/5/17

7/27/17

80304

RLGS 1

Introduction To The Bible

Rehfeld, A.

6/5/17

7/27/17

80119

SOCI 1

Introduction to Sociology

Howey, D.

6/5/17

7/27/17

80255

SOCI 14

Intro to Drug/Alcohol Studies

Faulkenberry, D.

6/5/17

7/27/17

80120

SOCI 2

American Social Problems

Howey, D.

6/5/17

7/27/17

80259

SOCI 3

Marriage and Family

Jacobs, J.

6/5/17

7/27/17

80107

SOCI 6

Child, Family, Community

Nunes-Gill, N.

6/5/17

7/27/17

80157

SPCH 3

Interpersonal Communication

Cheek, G.

6/5/17

7/27/17

CRN

Course

Title

Instructor

Start Date

End Date

80102

CBIS 41

Beginning Word Processing

Downing, M.

6/19/17

7/27/17

80242

CSIS 1

Computer Concepts

Batarseh, A.

6/19/17

7/27/17

In order to see the most current course information students need to hit reload or refresh on their computers when first accessing a course page.  Failure to do this will result in students seeing a page with inaccurate dates.  If you do not know how to do this, please follow this link.
Summer Online Session Hybrid Courses

HYBRID COURSES

Summer 2017

The courses listed below represent all Hybrid courses offered by Barstow Community College for the Summer 2017 term. You will find the individual CRN for each class, the instructor, and the course.

Hybrid courses are courses in which a significant portion of the learning activities have been moved online, and time traditionally spent in the classroom is reduced but not eliminated. The goal of hybrid courses is to join the best features of in-class teaching with the best features of online learning to promote active independent learning and reduce class seat time. Using computer-based technologies, instructors use the hybrid model to redesign some lecture or lab content into new online learning activities, such as case studies, tutorials, self-testing exercises, simulations, and online group collaborations.

The Hybrid courses are designed for: 1) Busy, commuting students who can replace some on-campus time with online study. 2) Students who wish to retain the value of personal contact with the instructor and other students, instead of a solely distance education experience. 3) Students interested in active and participatory learning, both in the classroom and online.

Requirements for Hybrid courses: 1) Internet access 2) Email address 3) Ability to get to campus during class 4) Word processing program

How should you prepare to succeed in a Hybrid course? To succeed in a Hybrid course you must be comfortable using computers and learning new software packages. It is very hard to keep up in an online course if you are not reasonably skilled at using a web browser and email communication. You must have time to access the web several times a week; you must keep up with the class reading; you must stay current with the class calendar to meet assignment deadlines; you must read assignments and directions carefully; most importantly you must be self-motivated in order to succeed in a Hybrid course.

DO NOT SIGN UP FOR A HYBRID COURSE IF YOU CANNOT COME TO THE FT. IRWIN CAMPUS ON THE DAYS AND TIMES LISTED BELOW THE COURSE.  THESE ARE NOT TRULY DISTANCE EDUCATION COURSES IN THAT SOME CAMPUS ATTENDANCE IS MANDATORY.

In order to see the most current course information students need to hit reload or refresh on their computers when first accessing a course page.  Failure to do this will result in students seeing a page with inaccurate dates.  If you do not know how to do this, please follow this link.

Summer Online Session Hybrid Courses

CRN

Short Title

Long Title

Instructor

Start Date

End Date

80192

MATH 2

Intro to Statistics

Batarseh, A.

6/5/17

7/27/17

80174

MATH 3

College Algebra

Wilson, J.

6/5/17

7/27/17

80175

MATH 55

Intermediate Algebra

Wilson, J.

6/5/17

7/27/17