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Special Programs

Disabled Student Services Program

The Center for Student with Disabilities is a program designed to ensure that students with disabilities have equal access to all programs and activities on campus. Our primary goal is to encourage and promote independence in students so they may achieve their full potential. We strive to provide the highest quality programs and services to our students with disabilities including a variety of classes to support their academic success.

COUNS 12H, Career Planning • 1 unit; CSU

1674 2:15p-4:20p Th MC 7 Staff

COUNS 13H, Personal and Social Awareness • 1 unit

1675 2:15p-4:20p T BUS 251 Staff

COUNS 15H, Job Search Techniques • 1 unit

1677 2:15p-4:20p Th MC 7 Staff

COUNS 21H, Adapted Computer Technology • 1 unit

1741 Arrange-3 Hours SS 103 Peters T M

COUNS 22H, Adapted Computer Technology, Internet Skills for Academic Success • 1 unit

1742 Arrange-3 Hours SS 103 Peters T M

COUNS 25H, Adapted Computer Technology, Technology Tools for Academic Success • 0.5 unit

1743 Arrange-2 Hours SS 103 Peters T M

COUNS 26, Technology Literacy for Academic Success • 1 unit

1744 Arrange-3 Hours SS 103 Peters T M

COUNS 41H, Independent Living Skills • 2 units

1745 9:30a-12:30p F LA 115 Deuel E M

COUNS 51, Test Taking/Memory Strategies • 1 unit

1750 9:30a-10:35a TTh MC 76 Fujii A M

COUNS 52, Textbook/Memory Strategies • 1 unit

1751 9:30a-10:35a TTh MC 76 Fujii A M

COUNS 54, Organizational Strategies • 1 unit

1752 9:30a-10:35a MW MC 76 Axelrod L

COUNS 56, Written Language Strategies • 1 unit

1753 9:30a-10:35a MW MC 76 Axelrod L

COUNS 57, Listening, Note Taking and Memory • 1 unit

1754 11:30a-12:30p MW MC 76 Teruya S

COUNS 58, Math Strategies • 1 unit

1755 12:45p-1:50p MW MC 76 Marcopulos G E

1756 12:45p-1:50p MW MC 76 Marcopulos G E

COUNS 59, Textbook Strategies Using Technology • 1 unit

1757 12:45p-1:45p TTh SS 103 Courto L

COUNS 910, ABI Connections • 0 units

7003 1:00p-3:30p M BUNDY 216 Laille N

1:00p-3:30p TTh BUNDY 216 Staff

COUNS 921, learning skills • 0 units

7004 9:00a-12:00p F MC 76 Lewis S L

7005 11:00a-12:20p MW LS 101 Lewis S L

7006 Arrange-5 Hours Marcopulos G E

7007 Arrange-5 Hours Peters T M

7008 Arrange-5 Hours Laille N

Dual Enrollment Program

The Santa Monica College Dual Enrollment program offers college classes at local high school sites. These classes are open to all SMC students.

For more information about the program, please visit the Dual Enrollment website.

ART 20A, Drawing I • 3 units; UC, CSU

3570 3:15p-05:30p TF CULVER Staff

BUS 63, Principles of Entrepreneurship • 3 units; CSU

3557 3:10p-04:10p MTh CRENSHAW Brown M W

CS 3, Introduction to Computer Systems • 3 units; UC*, CSU

1769 2:20p-3:40p TTh SMHS Marchand K A

CS 50, C Programming • 3 units; UC, CSU

3577 Arrange-3 Hours ONLINE Stahl H A

COUNS 11, Orientation to Higher Education • 1 unit; CSU

3498 2:08p-3:11p Th VENICE Jefferson S N

ECE 11, Child, Family and Community • 3 units; UC, CSU

3578 2:20p-03:40p Th SMHS Wilson L M

GR DES 18, Introduction to Graphic Design Applications • 3 units; UC, CSU

2472 12:24p-1:44p MW PALISDS Staff

Arrange-2 Hours

HEBREW 1, Elementary Hebrew I • 5 units; UC, CSU

3571 12:30p-02:55p Th GAON ACD Arieli-Chai H

MATH 31, Elementary Algebra • 5 units

3579 2:20p-3:25p MTWTh SMHS Odom L H

MATH 85, Arithmetic and Prealgebra • 5 units

3580 2:20p-3:25p MTWTh SMHS Dean C R

MEDIA 1, Survey of Mass Media Communications • 3 units; UC, CSU

2930 12:30p-1:50p TTh PALISDS Saxon L N

MEDIA 2, Reading Media: Acquiring Media Literacy Skills • 3 units; CSU

3575 3:00p-06:05p W MHS Stowell R

3581 3:11p-4:31p MW VENICE Conley T

MEDIA 20, Introduction to Writing and Producing Short Form Media • 3 units; CSU

3567 3:15p-6:20p Th CULVER Staff

3556 2:30p-3:50p WTh SMHS Captor R

2:20p-3:40p M SMHS Captor R

3555 2:05p-3:25Pp MW VENICE Smith I J

3566 12:10p-1:00p MTWThF BHHS Carey R T

MUSIC 59, Chamber Choir • 2 units; UC, CSU

3027 3:00p-5:00p M MHS Staff

1:00p-3:00p F MHS Sorensen K E

MUSIC 78, Jazz Ensemble • 2 units; UC, CSU

3050 3:35p-5:40p MW SMHS Whaley T L

MUSIC 84A, Popular Guitar, First Level • 2 units; UC, CSU

3054 2:20p-3:00p MTWTh SMHS Staff

PHOTO 1, Introduction to Photography • 3 units; UC, CSU

3576 8:00a-10:05a TTh PALISDS Steil, R

3565 12:10p-1:00p MTWThF BHHS Briggs T H

SOCIOL 1, Introduction to Sociology • 3 units; UC, CSU

3507 7:50a-9:10a TTh SMHS Phillips K M

First Year Experience Program

The First Year Experience (FYE) program, offered through SMC’s Welcome Center, helps you make a smooth transition from high school to college, sort out your career and education goals, and create a plan of action to reach those goals.

FYE will familiarize you with the SMC campus and its wide variety of student resources and programs (including Summer Bridge), and introduce you to a support network of students, faculty, and staff.

Other FYE benefits during your first year at SMC include:

  • Academic advising and options for a faster path to transfer;

  • Enrollment assistance;

  • Guaranteed enrollment in English and math classes;

  • Early registration for other classes;

  • Free tutoring and other support to help you improve your math, reading, writing, and study skills; and

  • Meeting with counselors on a regular basis to follow up with college and career plans.

To find out more about the First Year Experience program, stop by the Welcome Center or visit the FYE website. Please note that space is limited and students will be accepted into the FYE program on a first-come, first-served basis.

BIOL 2, Human Biology • 3 units; UC, CSU

1224 8:00a-9:20a MW SCI 145 Skydell J L

BUS 32, Business Communications • 3 units; CSU

1333 11:15a-12:35p MW BUS 119 Sedky S M

COUNS 12, Career Planning • 1 unit; CSU

1664 8:45a-10:50a F HSS 152 Ruiz J

1668 12:45p-2:50p M MC 7 Martinez E

1670 12:45p-2:50p W MC 7 Cohn-Schneider R

1672 2:15p-4:20p T MC 7 Garcia C J

COUNS 20, Student Success Seminar • 3 units; UC, CSU

1696 9:30a-10:50a MW BUS 105 Garcia A K

1698 9:30a-10:50a MW MC 6 Gonzalez B M

1717 2:15p-3:35p MW MC 6 Woodard N L

1718 2:15p-3:35p MW MC 14 Phillips J M

ENGL 1, Reading and Composition 1 • 3 units; UC, CSU

1931 8:00a-9:20a MW LA 121 Colmer I H

1942 8:00a-9:20a TTh DRSCHR 202 Misaghi A M

1945 8:00a-9:20a TTh LA 115 Espinosa A A

1964 9:30a-10:50a MW DRSCHR 201 Espinosa A A

1972 9:30a-10:50a TTh DRSCHR 202 Misaghi A M

1977 9:30a-10:50a TTh LA 115 Espinosa A A

1978 9:30a-10:50a TTh LA 136 Rajski B

1986 11:15a-12:35p MW MC 10 Griffy W J

1992 11:15a-12:35p MW HSS 207 Mitchell K T

1997 11:15a-12:35p TTh DRSCHR 210 Karron R

2009 12:45p-2:05p MW DRSCHR 212 Pacchioli J J

2012 12:45p-2:05p MW MC 16 Griffy W J

2015 12:45p-2:05p TTh HSS 207 Herbert S

2020 12:45p-2:05p TTh HSS 103 Ju S

2030 2:15p-3:35p MW DRSCHR 222 Robinson B

2034 2:15p-3:35p TTh LA 239 Ju S

ENGL 21A, English Fundamentals 1 • 3 units

2163 8:00a-9:20a TTh DRSCHR 212 Sterr S D

2171 9:30a-10:50a MW DRSCHR 214 Paik-Schoenberg J

2172 9:30a-10:50a MW MC 4 Krug J M

2181 11:15a-12:35p MW LA 121 Fonseca M L

2195 2:15p-3:35p MW LA 239 Nelson Launa A

2199 3:45p-5:05p MW LA 115 Nelson Launa A

ENGL 85, Reading and Writing 1 • 5 units

2234 8:00a-10:25a TTh DRSCHR 221 James K R

10:35a-11:25a T DRSCHR 308

2235 8:30a-10:55a MW LA 136 Davison Iv G S

11:05a-11:55a W DRSCHR 308

2238 9:30a-11:55a MW LA 223 Wright N E

12:05p-12:55p M DRSCHR 308

2245 12:45p-3:10p TTh LA 115 Weatherford K C

3:20p-4:10p Th DRSCHR 315

2249 2:15p-4:40p TTh DRSCHR 213 Nichols E

1:15p-2:05p Th DRSCHR 308

MATH 20, Intermediate Algebra • 5 units

2794 8:15a-9:20a MTWTh LA 228 Lui-Martinez Kr D

2797 9:30a-11:55a MW LS 205 Bene A J

2802 12:45p-1:50p MTWTh MC 82 Dean C R

2806 2:15p-4:40p MW LA 231 Musselman M J

MATH 31, Elementary Algebra • 5 units

2830 9:30a-10:35a MTWTh LS 103 Herichi H

Arrange-1 Hour

2835 12:45p-3:10p MW MC 70 Lopez Ma

Arrange-1 Hour

2837 12:45p-3:10p TTh BUNDY 213 Huang C Y

Arrange-1 Hour

2838 2:00p-3:05p MTWTh MC 83 Miano I A

Arrange-1 Hour

MATH 32, Plane Geometry • 3 units

2849 11:15a-12:35p MW MC 70 Miano I A

4334 5:15p-6:35p MW BUNDY 221 Hecht S E

MATH 54, Elementary Statistics • 4 units; UC, CSU

2879 12:45p-2:50p TTh LS 203 Dabagh Sa M

2880 2:00p-4:05p MW MC 71 Pachas-Flores W

2883 3:30p-5:35p MW BUS 119 Baskauskas V A

4342 5:15p-7:20p TTh LA 228 Hancock M D

MATH 81, Basic Arithmetic • 3 units

2891 2:15p-3:35p MW HSS 154 Roque T

Arrange-1 Hour

MATH 85, Arithmetic and Prealgebra • 5 units

2907 8:30a-10:55a TTh LA 231 Bene A J

2909 9:30a-10:35a MTWTh MC 70 Howe J E

4361 5:00p-7:25p MW MC 82 Esmaeili F A

Global Citizenship Degree Requirement

A student meeting the Global Citizenship degree requirement will develop an awareness of the diversity of cultures within the United States and/or an appreciation for the interconnectedness of cultural, ecological, economic, political, social and technological systems of the contemporary world. This prepares the student to make a responsible contribution to a rapidly changing global society. The student must take a minimum of three units in one of the following areas: American Cultures, Ecological Literacy, Global Studies, Service Learning, or a Santa Monica College Study Abroad Experience.

AHIS 6, Latin American Art History 2 • 3 units; UC, CSU

1092 2:15p-3:35p TTh A 214 Simmons B B

AHIS 11, Art Appreciation: Introduction to Global Visual Culture • 3 units; UC, CSU

1093 9:00a-12:00p F A 214 Ahmadpour A

1094 Arrange-3 Hours ONLINE Lee O

1095 Arrange-3 Hours ONLINE Thayer J

1096 Arrange-6.5 Hours ONLINE Meyer W J

AHIS 72, American Art History • 3 units; UC, CSU

1104 8:00a-9:20a TTh HSS 204 Dastin E R

1106 Arrange-3 Hours ONLINE Mihaylovich K W

1107 Arrange-3 Hours ONLINE Staff

ANTHRO 2, Cultural Anthropology • 3 units; UC, CSU

1129 9:30a-10:50a TTh DRSCHR 207 Minzenberg E G

1130 11:15a-12:35p MW DRSCHR 205 Minzenberg E G

1131 12:45p-2:05p MW DRSCHR 205 Denman J F

1132 2:15p-3:35p MW BUS 201 Denman J F

1133 2:15p-3:35p TTh DRSCHR 207 Grebler G

4015 5:15p-6:35p TTh DRSCHR 207 Strauss E M

4016 5:15p-8:20p M DRSCHR 207 Denman J F

4017 6:45p-9:50p W DRSCHR 207 Zane W W

ANTHRO 14, Sex, Gender and Culture • 3 units; UC, CSU

1142 12:45p-2:05p MW DRSCHR 136 Zane W W

ANTHRO 19, The Culture of Food • 3 units; UC, CSU

1143 12:45p-2:05p TTh BUS 201 Minzenberg E G

12:45p-2:05p TTh BUS 201 Grebler G

ANTHRO 21, Peoples and Power in Latin America • 3 units; UC, CSU

1144 9:30a-10:50a MW DRSCHR 208 Minzenberg E G

ASTRON 6, Archaeoastronomy • 3 units; UC, CSU

1221 12:45p-2:05p TTh DRSCHR 205 Fouts G A

BIOL 9, Environmental Biology • 3 units; UC, CSU

1255 8:00a-9:20a TTh SCI 145 Davis H A

1256 11:15a-12:35p TTh SCI 145 Raymer P C

1257 12:45p-2:05p TTh SCI 145 Davis H A

1258 2:15p-3:35p TTh SCI 159 Raymer P C

1260 Arrange-3 Hours ONLINE Mclaughlin D

1261 Arrange-3 Hours ONLINE Mclaughlin D

1262 Arrange-3 Hours ONLINE Sakurai D S

1263 Arrange-6.5 Hours ONLINE Sakurai D S

BUS 51, Intercultural Business Communication • 3 units; CSU

1353 2:15p-3:35p TTh BUS 252 Welton M

CHEM 9, Everyday Chemistry • 5 units; UC*, CSU

1366 10:30a-12:45p MW SCI 153 Wong W W

10:00a-12:15p T SCI 301 Wong W W

1367 10:30a-12:45p MW SCI 153 Wong W W

10:00a-12:15p Th SCI 301 Wong W W

1368 1:30p-3:45p TTh SCI 157 Walker Waugh M V

4:45p-7:00p T SCI 332 Walker Waugh M V

1369 1:30p-3:45p TTh SCI 157 Walker Waugh M V

4:45p-7:00p Th SCI 332 Walker Waugh M V

4071 6:45p-9:00p TTh SCI 157 Mejia Leiva C N

6:45p-9:00p M SCI 322 Mejia Leiva C N

4072 6:45p-9:00p TTh SCI 157 Mejia Leiva C N

6:45p-9:00p W SCI 322 Mejia Leiva C N

COM ST 14, Oral Interpretation: Performing Literature Across Cultures • 3 units; CSU

1526 8:00a-11:05a F LS 117 Fox N M

COM ST 310, Organizational and Small Group Communication • 3 units; CSU

5000 12:45p-2:05p TTh CMD 204 Andrade L M

COM ST 37, Intercultural Communication • 3 units; UC, CSU

1559 8:00a-9:20a MW LA 236 Sadeghi-Tabrizi F

1560 11:15a-12:35p TTh BUNDY 240 Hemmert S B

1562 12:45p-2:05p TTh MC 9 Smith H A

1563 12:45p-3:50p MW BUNDY 217 Picarelli R R

1564 12:45p-3:50p MW BUNDY 217 Picarelli R R

DANCE 2, Dance in American Culture • 3 units; UC, CSU

1804 3:45p-5:05p MW HSS 165 Douglas Judith G

1805 3:45p-5:05p TTh BUS 144 González G

DANCE 57A, World Dance Performance • 3 units; UC, CSU

4130 6:35p-9:40p MW GYM 102 Staff

6:35p-9:40p MW GYM 104 Staff

3:00p-5:50p F GYM 102 Staff

3:00p-5:50p F GYM 104 Staff

ECE 11, Child, Family and Community • 3 units; UC, CSU

1859 8:00a-11:05a M BUNDY 415 Miller Ca L

1860 11:30a-2:35p M BUNDY 415 Miller Ca L

1861 Arrange-6.5 Hours ONLINE Manson L J

1862 Arrange-6.5 Hours ONLINE Tannatt M G M

1863 Arrange-6.5 Hours ONLINE Tannatt M G M

4135 6:30p-9:35p Th BUNDY 328 Backlar N P

ECE 19, Teaching in a Diverse Society • 3 units; CSU

1866 3:00p-6:05p W BUNDY 335 Miller Ca L

1867 Arrange-6.5 Hours ONLINE Druker S L

ECON 5, International Political Economy: Introduction to Global Studies • 3 units; UC, CSU

1917 12:45p-2:05p TTh HSS 263 Rabach E R

1918 2:15p-3:35p TTh HSS 263 Rabach E R

ENGL 10, Ethnic Literature of the U.S. • 3 units; UC, CSU

2144 12:45p-2:05p MW MC 3 Edelmann C

ENGL 49, Asian Mythology, • 3 units; UC, CSU

2227 Arrange-4.5 Hours ONLINE Vishwanadha H

ENVRN 7, Introduction to Environmental Studies • 3 units; UC, CSU

4190 6:45p-9:50p W DRSCHR 208 Leddy G

ENVRN 20, Environmental Ethics • 3 units; UC, CSU

2255 2:15p-3:35p MW HSS 152 Lovette C G

ENVRN 32, Global Environmental History • 3 units; UC, CSU

2256 8:00a-9:20a TTh HSS 104 Fouser D C

ENVRN 40, Environmental Psychology • 3 units; UC, CSU

2257 3:45p-5:05p TTh HSS 255 Schwartz A F

FILM 7, American Cinema: Crossing Cultures • 3 units; UC, CSU

2414 8:00a-12:05p M CMD 180 Carrasco S

GEOG 7, Introduction to Environmental Studies • 3 units; UC, CSU

4238 6:45p-9:50p W DRSCHR 208 Leddy G

GEOG 11, World Geography: Introduction to Global Studies • 3 units; UC, CSU

2448 9:30a-10:50a TTh HSS 251 Morris P S

2449 2:15p-3:35p TTh DRSCHR 205 Abate A

GEOG 14, Geography of California • 3 units; UC, CSU

2450 12:45p-2:05p MW DRSCHR 207 Morris P S

2451 Arrange-3 Hours ONLINE Drake V G

GLOBAL STUDIES 5, International Political Economy: Introduction to Global Studies • 3 units; UC, CSU

2464 12:45p-2:05p TTh HSS 263 Rabach E R

2465 2:15p-3:35p TTh HSS 263 Rabach E R

GLOBAL STUDIES 10, Global Issues • 3 units; UC, CSU

2466 8:00a-9:20a TTh HSS 254 Monteiro N

GLOBAL STUDIES 11, World Geography: Introduction to Global Studies • 3 units; UC, CSU

2467 9:30a-10:50a TTh HSS 251 Morris P S

2468 2:15p-3:35p TTh DRSCHR 205 Abate A

HIST 6, History of Latin America 2 • 3 units; UC, CSU

2527 2:15p-3:35p TTh HSS 103 Lynch S H

HIST 10, Ethnicity and American Culture • 3 units; UC*, CSU

2528 8:00a-9:20a MW HSS 106 Kawaguchi L A

2529 8:00a-9:20a TTh HSS 106 Kawaguchi L A

2530 8:00a-9:20a TTh HSS 105 Amerian-Donnell S M

2531 9:30a-10:50a MW HSS 106 Kawaguchi L A

2532 9:30a-10:50a TTh HSS 105 Amerian-Donnell S M

2533 11:15a-12:35p MW BUNDY 235 Harris J L

2534 11:15a-12:35p TTh HSS 104 Cruz J S

2535 2:15p-5:20p Th HSS 204 Harris J L

2536 Arrange-3 Hours ONLINE Kawaguchi L A

4265 6:45p-9:50p T HSS 205 Slaughter M A

HIST 14, U.S. Environmental History • 3 units; UC, CSU

2555 8:00a-9:20a MW HSS 204 Luckett M S

2556 9:30a-10:50a TTh HSS 106 Kawaguchi L A

HIST 32, Global Environmental History • 3 units; UC, CSU

2567 8:00a-9:20a TTh HSS 104 Fouser D C

HIST 34, World Civilizations II • 3 units; UC, CSU

2572 9:30a-10:50a TTh HSS 103 Reilly B J

2574 2:15p-3:35p MW HSS 104 Reilly B J

2575 Arrange-3 Hours ONLINE Vanbenschoten W D

HIST 39, African History II • 3 units; UC, CSU

2576 2:15p-3:35p MW HSS 205 Clayborne D

LING 1, Introduction to Linguistics • 3 units; UC, CSU

2733 9:45a-11:05a TTh MC 12 Gaines S G

2734 11:15a-12:35p MW LA 214 Gaines S G

2735 12:45p-2:05p TTh BUNDY 157 Melendez_Balles N

2736 2:15p-3:35p TTh BUNDY 157 Melendez_Balles N

MEDIA 3, Global Media • 3 units; UC, CSU

2946 9:30a-10:50a TTh LS 152 Movius L

MEDIA 10, Media, Gender, and Race • 3 units; UC*, CSU

2949 8:00a-11:05a MW LS 117 Gougis M J

2950 8:00a-11:05a MW LS 117 Gougis M J

2951 9:30a-10:50a TTh LA 236 Charles H E

2952 11:15a-12:35p MW LS 117 Coleman D

2953 12:45p-2:05p MW LS 110 Davison P R

2954 12:45p-3:50p MW LS 117 Schofield J E

2955 12:45p-3:50p MW LS 117 Schofield J E

2956 2:15p-3:35p MW LS 119 Goldstein Martin M

2957 2:15p-3:35p TTh BUNDY 415 Dickinson L M

2958 2:15p-3:35p TTh LS 110 Brewer S L

2960 3:45p-5:05p MW LS 110 Staff

2961 3:45p-5:05p TTh LS 152 Chicas H K

2963 Arrange-3 Hours ONLINE Raz J G

2965 Arrange-3 Hours ONLINE Pernisco N

2967 Arrange-3 Hours ONLINE Gougis M J

4368 6:45p-9:50p M LS 117 Goldstein Martin M

4370 6:45p-9:50p W LS 119 Goldstein Martin M

MUSIC 33, Jazz in American Culture • 3 units; UC*, CSU

3012 8:00a-9:20a TTh PAC 114 Fiddmont F K

3013 8:00a-9:20a TTh PAC 107 Terry L

3014 11:15a-12:35p MW PAC 107 Fiddmont F K

3015 2:15p-3:35p MW PAC 114 O’Neal K A

3016 3:00p-6:05p T PAC 116 Terry L

3017 3:45p-5:05p MW PAC 114 O’Neal K A

4377 6:45p-9:50p M PAC 114 O’Neal K A

4378 6:45p-9:50p W PAC 114 Terry L

MUSIC 36, History of Rock Music • 3 units; UC, CSU

3018 12:15p-3:20p F PAC 116 Cheesman J M

4380 6:45p-9:50p T PAC 116 Parnell D J

MUSIC 37, Music in American Culture • 3 units; UC*, CSU

3019 8:00a-9:20a T A 214 Alviso J R

Arrange-1.5 Hours ONLINE Alviso J R

NUTR 7, Food and Culture in America • 3 units; UC, CSU

3130 12:45p-2:05p TTh SCI 159 González C L

Arrange-3.5 Hours ONLINE González C L

3131 Arrange-6.5 Hours ONLINE González C L

PHILOS 20, Environmental Ethics • 3 units; UC, CSU

3182 2:15p-3:35p MW HSS 152 Lovette C G

POL SC 5, International Political Economy: Introduction to Global Studies • 3 units; UC, CSU

3279 12:45p-2:05p TTh HSS 263 Rabach E R

3280 2:15p-3:35p TTh HSS 263 Rabach E R

POL SC 21, Race, Ethnicity, and the Politics of Difference • 3 units; UC, CSU

3287 2:15p-3:35p TTh HSS 151 Ball J G

PORTGS 1, Elementary Portuguese 1 • 5 units; UC, CSU

3299 9:30a-11:00a MW MC 2 Williams Am L

9:30a-11:00a F DRSCHR 218 Williams Am L

Arrange-1 Hour DRSCHR 219

RRM 1, Introduction to Recycling Resource Management • 3 units; CSU

3376 3:00p-6:05p TTh HSS 252 Charles V H

SOCIOL 2 S, Social Problems – Service Learning • 3 units; UC, CSU

3401 12:45p-2:05p TTh HSS 151 D Del Piccolo G L

SOCIOL 34, Racial and Ethnic Relations in American Society • 3 units; UC, CSU

3408 3:45p-5:05p MW HSS 154 Livings G S

WOM ST 20, Women, Feminisms, and Social Movements: A Global Approach • 3 units; UC, CSU

3491 11:15a-12:35p MW HSS 150 Westerband Y

* (meets UC Berkeley American Cultures graduation requirement)

Study Abroad

Studying abroad is an enriching, life-changing experience! There is no substitute for the experience of living in another culture and learning—first-hand—how others think, live, and work.

Santa Monica College offers faculty-led Study Abroad programs designed to take students to another country and immerse them in an exciting and engaging learning program. Each program gives students the opportunity to earn SMC credit as they expand their own intercultural awareness and foster a more global experience. Students who successfully complete a minimum of three semester units while attending a Study Abroad program will fulfill SMC’s Global Citizenship graduation requirement for the Associate degree.

For program information, please visit the IEC’s Study Abroad website.

Scholars Program

The Scholars Program at Santa Monica College is a highly demanding, enriched educational program that prepares students with outstanding scholastic achievements for transfer to a four-year college or university. Students completing the Scholars Program are recognized as well-prepared and are guaranteed priority consideration at the junior level in most majors at:

  • University of California, Los Angeles,

  • University of California, Santa Cruz,

  • University of California, Irvine,

  • California State University, Northridge,

  • Loyola-Marymount University,

  • Occidental College,

  • Pomona College, and

  • Chapman College.

Scholars Program students receive a number of benefits including:

  • Priority registration at Santa Monica College;

  • A special Scholars counselor and Scholars tutor to help during their semesters at Santa Monica College;

  • Special Scholars Classes limited to 25 students;

  • Workshops and other assistance in registration, financial aid, and housing at their transfer institutions; and

  • Special invitations to a variety of programs at Santa Monica College and the participating universities.

To be eligible for the Scholars Program, students must first apply through the Scholars Program Office and meet the following requirements:

Freshmen:

  • Must have a minimum 3.0 GPA in high school,

  • Must be eligible to take English 1, and

  • Must write an essay to be evaluated by the Scholars Program Coordinator and the Scholars Counselor.

Continuing Students:

  • Must have a minimum 3.0 GPA in at least 12 units of UC/CSU transferable courses and

  • Must have an A or B in English 21 or English 1 at SMC.

Once accepted into the program, students are required to:

  • Maintain a minimum overall grade point average (GPA) of 3.0,

  • Complete special Scholars Program courses, and

  • Complete all pre-major and general education requirements set by their transfer ­institution.

The special Scholars Program courses are rigorous, university-level sections that satisfy general education requirements in the following areas:

  • English Composition and Critical Thinking

  • Life Science

  • Mathematics

  • Physical Science

  • Social Science

For further information, please call Teresa Garcia in the Scholars Program Office at (310) 434-4371.

Note: Scholars students will receive Scholars credit for any section of Biology 21 or 23.

ANTHRO 1, Physical Anthropology • 3 units; UC*, CSU

1123 8:00a-9:20a MW DRSCHR 136 Haradon C M

ANTHRO 2, Cultural Anthropology • 3 units; UC, CSU

1130 11:15a-12:35p MW DRSCHR 205 Minzenberg E G

ASTRON 1, Stellar Astronomy • 3 units; UC*, CSU

4042 6:45p-9:50p W BUS 250 Balm S P

BIOL 3, Fundamentals of Biology • 4 units; UC*, CSU

1236 8:00a-11:05a MW SCI 225 Kim-Rajab O S

1241 8:00a-11:05a F SCI 227 Jayachandran S

12:00p-3:05p F SCI 227 Jayachandran S

CHEM 9, Everyday Chemistry • 5 units; UC*, CSU

1370 4:00p-6:15p MW SCI 157 Chung G G

9:00a-11:15a T SCI 305 Chung G G

COM ST 11, Elements of Public Speaking • 3 units; UC, CSU

1502 9:30a-10:50a MW LS 119 Ogata D K

COM ST 16, Fundamentals of Small Group Discussion • 3 units; UC, CSU

1528 9:30a-10:50a MW LS 105 Andrade L M

COM ST 21, Argumentation • 3 units; UC, CSU

1533 9:30a-10:50a TTh LS 110 Brown N A

ECON 1, Principles of Microeconomics • 3 units; UC, CSU

1889 12:45p-2:05p TTh HSS 153 Urrutia A Q

ECON 2, Principles of Macroeconomics • 3 units; UC, CSU

1903 8:00a-9:20a TTh HSS 151 Battista C

ENGL 1, Reading and Composition 1 • 3 units; UC, CSU

1929 8:00a-9:20a MW DRSCHR 210 Zehr D M

1971 9:30a-10:50a TTh LA 239 Fonseca M L

2024 2:15p-3:35p MW DRSCHR 202 Engelmann D S

ENGL 2, Critical Analysis and Intermediate Composition • 3 units; UC, CSU

2061 8:00a-9:20a MW DRSCHR 222 Rajski B

2065 8:00a-9:20a TTh DRSCHR 218 Padilla M R

2080 9:30a-10:50a MW DRSCHR 202 Dossett G H

2089 11:15a-12:35p MW HSS 206 Dossett G H

2103 12:45p-2:05p TTh DRSCHR 211 Cramer T R

2106 2:15p-3:35p MW LA 136 Cardenas T P

2113 2:15p-3:35p TTh DRSCHR 201 Del George D K

2114 2:15p-3:35p TTh LA 121 Mattessich S N

GEOG 5, Physical Geography with Lab • 4 units; UC*, CSU

2444 12:45p-3:50p TTh HSS 251 Liu J

HIST 1, History of Western Civilization I • 3 units; UC, CSU

2511 11:15a-12:35p MW HSS 204 Bennett H M

HIST 12, The United States History Since Reconstruction • 3 units; UC, CSU

2546 9:30a-10:50a MW HSS 105 Amerian-Donnell S M

MATH 2, Precalculus • 5 units; UC*, CSU

2738 8:15a-9:20a MTWTh MC 67 Rodas B G

MATH 7, Calculus 1 • 5 units; UC*, CSU

2760 12:45p-2:15p TThF MC 74 Murray D B

MATH 54, Elementary Statistics • 4 units; UC, CSU

2877 12:45p-2:50p MW LS 203 Vendlinski T P

4341 5:15p-7:20p MW MC 67 Martinez M G

MEDIA 1, Survey of Mass Media Communications • 3 units; UC, CSU

2922 8:00a-9:20a TTh LS 152 Movius L

MEDIA 10, Media, Gender, and Race • 3 units; UC*, CSU

2958 2:15p-3:35p TTh LS 110 Brewer S L

MUSIC 1, Fundamentals of Music • 3 units; UC*, CSU

2985 2:15p-3:35p MW PAC 210 Martin J M

MUSIC 32, Appreciation of Music • 3 units; UC, CSU

2999 12:45p-2:05p MW PAC 210 Zusman S P

MUSIC 33, Jazz in American Culture • 3 units; UC*, CSU

3012 8:00a-9:20a TTh PAC 114 Fiddmont F K

PHILOS 1, Knowledge and Reality • 3 units; UC, CSU

3162 9:30a-10:50a TTh HSS 155 Mohsen A M

PHILOS 51, Political Philosophy • 3 units; UC, CSU

3189 8:00a-9:20a TTh HSS 154 Oifer E R

PHYSCS 12, Introductory Physics Non-Lab • 3 units; UC, CSU

3242 10:30a-11:50a MW SCI 122 Kamaga C N

POL SC 1, National and California Government • 3 units; UC, CSU

3258 8:00a-9:20a MW HSS 252 Schultz C K

3259 8:00a-9:20a TTh HSS 252 Schultz C K

POL SC 2, Comparative Government and Politics • 3 units; UC, CSU

3273 8:00a-9:20a TTh HSS 150 Gabler C L

POL SC 51, Political Philosophy • 3 units; UC, CSU

3292 8:00a-9:20a TTh HSS 154 Oifer E R

PSYCH 1, General Psychology • 3 units; UC, CSU

3317 9:30a-10:50a TTh HSS 253 Shirinyan D

PSYCH 2, Physiological Psychology • 3 units; UC, CSU

3344 12:45p-2:05p MW HSS 254 Shirinyan D

PSYCH 11, Child Growth and Development • 3 units; UC, CSU

3353 8:00a-9:20a MW BUNDY 217 Matheson C C

SOCIOL 1, Introduction to Sociology • 3 units; UC, CSU

3386 2:15p-3:35p MW HSS 156 Massey R A

WOM ST 10, Introduction to Women’s Studies • 3 units; UC, CSU

3487 9:30a-10:50a MW HSS 150 Westerband Y

3488 11:15a-12:35p TTh HSS 150 Manoff R J

* (meets UC Berkeley American Cultures graduation requirement)

SRI/STEM Program

Special Notification

All remaining available spots in the “Temporarily Reserved” STEM sections of FALL 2017 courses will be released for general enrollment on Wednesday, June 21st at 9 a.m.

The Science Research Initiative (SRI) is an academic support program designed to assist students interested in pursuing Science, Technology, Engineering, or Mathematics majors/careers. The SRI program will help program participants successfully complete their studies at SMC, transfer to ANY baccalaureate program, and/or enter the STEM workforce.

SRI/STEM designated classes are intended to assist SRI participants identify sections that will fulfill program requirements (i.e. Supplemental Instruction) and connect them with SRI/STEM program faculty.

SRI/STEM sections do not require any additional course work or special add codes. They are open to ALL SMC students who meet the existing course prerequisites.

Section Enrollment temporarily limited to program participants:

CHEM 10, Introductory General Chemistry • 5 units; UC*, CSU

1382 1:30p-3:45p MW SCI 157 Walker Waugh M V

4:45p-7:00p W SCI 332 Walker Waugh M V

1393 4:15p-6:30p TTh SCI 157 Taylor S M

4:15p-6:30p M SCI 322 Taylor S M

CHEM 11, General Chemistry I • 5 units; UC, CSU

1404 12:45p-3:15p TTh SCI 140 Nauli S

11:45a-3:45p F SCI 322 Nauli S

CHEM 12, General Chemistry II • 5 unit; UC, CSU

1408 8:00a-10:30a MW SCI 155 Murphy J E

COUNS 12, Career Planning • 1 unit; CSU

1673 3:45p-5:50p T HSS 103 Kennison R L

4106 6:45p-8:50p T HSS 103 Kennison R L

COUNS 15, Job Search Techniques • 1 unit

4107 6:45p-8:50p T HSS 103 Kennison R L

ENGL 1, Reading and Composition 1 • 3 units; UC, CSU

1962 9:30a-10:50a MW DRSCHR 203 Driscoll L V

ENGL 2, Critical Analysis and Intermediate Composition • 3 units; UC, CSU

2100 12:45p-2:05p MW DRSCHR 210 Engelmann D S

MATH 2, Precalculus • 5 units; UC*, CSU

2740 9:30a-10:35a MTWTh LA 228 Lui-Martinez Kr D

MATH 7, Calculus 1 • 5 units; UC*, CSU

2755 9:30a-10:35a MTWTh MC 73 Edinger G C

MATH 8, Calculus 2 • 5 units; UC*, CSU

2770 2:00p-4:25p MW MC 82 Lai I

MATH 11, Multivariable Calculus • 5 units; UC, CSU

2773 8:30a-10:55a MW LS 101 Soleymani S

MATH 20, Intermediate Algebra • 5 units

2795 9:30a-10:35a MTWTh MC 74 Quevedo J M

2801 12:45p-1:50p MTWTh MC 10 Ouellette K R

PHYSCS 21, Mechanics with Lab • 5 units; UC, CSU

3247 8:00a-12:05p MW SCI 101 Dang T T

Promo Pathway Program

The Promo Pathway is an innovative partnership between Santa Monica College and the industry trade organization PromaxBDA, formed to increase diversity in the entertainment promotions workforce. The program provides students with the knowledge, skills, and professional relationships necessary for entry level employment in the Digital Media Industry. Students prepare for careers as writer/producer/editors of on-air promotions, commercial advertisements and public service announcements; and also for employment in related areas including social media marketing, media strategy and planning, public relations, publicity, advertising, and interactive media marketing. Students can complete both a Certificate of Achievement, and an Associate’s Degree in Entertainment Marketing/Promotion Production. For more information, visit the Promo Pathway website at wwmsmc.edu/promo or call (310) 434-4182.

BUS 28, Marketing Promotion • 3 units; CSU

4065 6:30p-9:35p TTh BUNDY 414 Williams Ay

ET 31A, Digital Video Fundamentals • 3 units; CSU

4205 6:30p-9:35p MW CMD 280 Louie W B

Arrange-2.5 Hours

GR DES 18, Introduction to Graphic Design Applications • 3 units; UC, CSU

4248 6:30p-9:35p MW CMD 280 MacGillivray I J

Arrange-4.5 Hours

MEDIA 20, Introduction to Writing and Producing Short Form Media • 3 units; CSU

4373 6:30p-9:35p TTh CMD 131 Staff

Mentor Program in the Arts

Santa Monica College’s Mentor Program in the Arts provides extremely gifted students in the fine and applied arts with one-on-one support training by professionals in their special fields. Designed for individuals whose talents exceed the scope of the traditional curriculum at the College, the Mentor Program is tailored to students whose continuing education or professional careers depend on juried performances or compiled portfolios of work.

Students in the program embark on a course of study in an intense learning environment with individual or small-group instruction in two areas: art and music. The program usually includes a public exhibition or performance. Upon completing the program, students are individually guided through the process of transferring to a university, art school, music conservatory, or other appropriate institution to continue their studies. In some cases, students are helped to launch their professional careers directly through placement in apprenticeship programs or employment with professionals in the field.

To participate, students must demonstrate exceptional ability and commitment. Each department has its own policies for admission, prerequisites, and corequisites in the program. The selection process is determined by a faculty committee and includes a portfolio review or an audition. This review usually takes place at the end of a semester for participation in the program the following semester. Students selected may participate for up to four semesters under the direct supervision and guidance of a designated Mentor.

Through the SMC Associates support group, scholarships, materials, and other resources are often made available to help these students. Students interested in participating in the Mentor Program should contact the chair of the department in which they would like to study as soon as possible. For other information, contact the appropriate Department Chair.

EOPS Program

EOPS supports the enrollment, retention, graduation, and transfer of Santa Monica College students who are challenged by economic and educational disadvantages. Our services include counseling, priority registration, tutoring, financial assistance, workshops, and free school supplies. For more information, visit our website at www.smc.edu/eops, stop by the EOPS office located in the Student Services Complex, Room 104, or call us at 310-434-4268.

Veterans’ Resource Center

The Veterans’ Resource Center at Santa Monica College serves military veterans entering college for the first time or returning to college to further their education. The Center acts as a liaison between SMC students and the Veterans Administration, verifying enrollment for veterans and their dependents who claim benefits under the G.I. Bill or the Veterans’ Vocational Rehabilitation Program. We can also assist veterans with referrals to various veteran-serving programs in the Los Angeles area. For more information, visit our website at www.smc.edu/veterans, stop by the VRC office located in the Liberal Arts building, Room 135, or call us at 310-434-8205.

COUNS 20, Student Success Seminar • 3 units; UC, CSU

1705 9:30a-10:50a TTh MC 6 Finch L A

Black Collegians Program

The Santa Monica College Black Collegians is an academic-transfer program that promotes academic excellence and guides students through the transfer process. Students are assisted in examining their options for transfer and in completing an educational plan which will lead to transferring to the institution of their choice.

Since 1990, nearly four hundred SMC Black Collegians have transferred to four-year colleges and universities. They are currently attending or have graduated from institutions such as Spelman College, Howard University, CSU Long Beach, USC, Stanford, UCLA, and the University of California, Berkeley.

Some of the special benefits that students receive from the Black Collegians Program include: a personal counselor who will support and guide students throughout their stay at SMC; a special “College Success” course that will help students strengthen skills to enhance academic success; innovative academic and personal growth forums; a mentor who will advise and direct; access to a network of supportive peers, teachers and staff members; scholastic recognition and monetary awards.

Students who feel they can benefit from the opportunities offered by the Black Collegians Program are encouraged to apply in the Transfer/Counseling or the African American Collegian Centers. For additional information, contact Counselor Sherri Bradford, (310) 434-3635.

CHEM 10, Introductory General Chemistry • 5 units; UC*, CSU

1381 1:30p-3:45p MW SCI 157 Walker Waugh M V

4:45p-7:00p M SCI 332 Walker Waugh M V

COM ST 11, Elements of Public Speaking • 3 units; UC, CSU

1496 8:00a-9:20a MW LS 105 Junius J A

1515 12:45p-2:05p MW LA 236 Junius J A

COUNS 12, Career Planning • 1 unit; CSU

1666 8:45a-10:50a F BUS 105 Johnson De A

COUNS 20, Student Success Seminar • 3 units; UC, CSU

1687 8:00a-9:20a TTh MC 7 Baccus C C

ENGL 1, Reading and Composition 1 • 3 units; UC, CSU

2033 2:15p-3:35p TTh DRSCHR 221 Doucet W J

ENGL 2, Critical Analysis and Intermediate Composition • 3 units; UC, CSU

2096 11:30a-2:35p F DRSCHR 211 Doucet W J

ENGL 20, Reading and Writing 2 • 5 units

2149 8:00a-11:05a TTh DRSCHR 213 Todd G T

ENGL 85, Reading and Writing 1 • 5 units

2233 8:00a-10:25a TTh DRSCHR 215 Markarian E A

10:35a-11:25a Th DRSCHR 308

MATH 18, Intermediate Algebra for Statistics and Finite Mathematics • 3 units

2782 11:15a-12:35p MW LS 201 Ross K R

MATH 20, Intermediate Algebra • 5 units

2796 9:30a-10:35a MTWTh LS 203 London J S

MATH 31, Elementary Algebra • 5 units

2827 8:15a-9:20a MTWTh BUS 201 Quevedo J M

Arrange-1 Hour

MATH 54, Elementary Statistics • 4 units; UC, CSU

2868 8:00a-10:05a MW MC 83 McGraw C K

MATH 81, Basic Arithmetic • 3 units

2889 11:15a-12:35p MW MC 74 Phung Q T

Arrange-1 Hour

MATH 84, Pre-Algebra • 3 units

2902 3:45p-5:05p TTh MC 11 Ross K R

Arrange-1 Hour

MATH 85, Arithmetic and Prealgebra • 5 units

2913 12:45p-3:10p TTh MC 73 Ross K R

MEDIA 10, Media, Gender, and Race • 3 units; UC*, CSU

2952 11:15a-12:35p MW LS 117 Coleman D

PSYCH 1, General Psychology • 3 units; UC, CSU

3315 9:30a-10:50a MW HSS 253 De Loach C D

SOCIOL 1, Introduction to Sociology • 3 units; UC, CSU

3380 9:30a-10:50a MW HSS 152 Romo R

Latino Center/Adelante Program

The Latino Center Adelante Program is a success-oriented program focusing on academic achievement, transfer, cultural awareness, and personal growth. Adelante classes are offered each semester and emphasize verbal, written, and critical thinking skills essential to college success. The classes accentuate the Latino experience within the context of a course’s subject, and most classes offer credits that are transferable to the UC and CSU systems.

Students who join Adelante:

  • Receive priority for enrolling in Adelante classes;

  • Participate in classes with a large Latino enrollment;

  • Join a network of Latino students and faculty;

  • Become eligible for specially designated Latino Center scholarships; and

  • Take classes with professors who have a special interest in promoting Latino student success.

The Adelante Program helps participants stay on track as they work toward meeting their educational goals. The support network offered by Adelante includes one-on-one bilingual counseling, peer mentoring, and the opportunity to develop supportive relationships with students, faculty, and staff.

For more information about the Adelante Program, please contact counselor Maria Martinez, or visit the Latino Center located in Counseling Complex next to Counseling. You may also visit the Latino Center webpage.

CHEM 10, Introductory General Chemistry • 5 units; UC*, CSU

1381 1:30p-3:45p MW SCI 157 Walker Waugh M V

4:45p-7:00p M SCI 332 Walker Waugh M V

COM ST 11, Elements of Public Speaking • 3 units; UC, CSU

1506 9:30a-10:50a TTh BUNDY 240 Whidden A R

1515 12:45p-2:05p MW LA 236 Junius J A

COUNS 12, Career Planning • 1 unit; CSU

1671 2:15p-4:20p T MC 7 Garcia C J

COUNS 20, Student Success Seminar • 3 units; UC, CSU

1684 8:00a-9:20a MW MC 6 González B M

ENGL 1, Reading and Composition 1 • 3 units; UC, CSU

1961 9:30a-10:50a MW DRSCHR 211 Padilla M R

ENGL 2, Critical Analysis and Intermediate Composition • 3 units; UC, CSU

2059 8:00a-9:20a MW DRSCHR 201 Espinosa A A

ENGL 20, Reading and Writing 2 • 5 units

2149 8:00a-11:05a T DRSCHR 213 Todd G T

8:00a-10:05a Th DRSCHR 213 Todd G T

10:15a-11:05a Th DRSCHR 213 Todd G T

ENGL 21B, English Fundamentals 2 • 3 units

2214 12:45p-2:05p MW DRSCHR 218 Doucet W J

ENGL 85, Reading and Writing 1 • 5 units

2233 8:00a-10:25a TTh DRSCHR 215 Markarian E A

10:35a-11:25a Th DRSCHR 308

MATH 18, Intermediate Algebra for Statistics and Finite Mathematics • 3 units

2782 11:15a-12:35p MW LS 201 Ross K R

MATH 20, Intermediate Algebra • 5 units

2796 9:30a-10:35a MTWTh LS 203 London J S

MATH 31, Elementary Algebra • 5 units

2827 8:15a-9:20a MTWTh BUS 201 Quevedo J M

Arrange-1 Hour

MATH 54, Elementary Statistics • 4 units; UC, CSU

2868 8:00a-10:05a MW MC 83 Mcgraw C K

MATH 81, Basic Arithmetic • 3 units

2889 11:15a-12:35p MW MC 74 Phung Q T

Arrange-1 Hour

MATH 84, Pre-Algebra • 3 units

2902 3:45p-5:05p TTh MC 11 Ross K R

Arrange-1 Hour

MATH 85, Arithmetic and Prealgebra • 5 units

2913 12:45p-3:10p TTh MC 73 Ross K R

MEDIA 10, Media, Gender, and Race • 3 units; UC*, CSU

2952 11:15a-12:35p MW LS 117 Coleman D

PSYCH 1, General Psychology • 3 units; UC, CSU

3306 8:00a-9:20a MW HSS 253 De Loach C D

SOCIOL 1, Introduction to Sociology • 3 units; UC, CSU

3380 9:30a-10:50a MW HSS 152 Romo R

Internship Program

An internship is an off-campus or on-campus work experience that is designed to enhance student learning in the classroom. Through internships, students achieve “Learning Objectives” designed to help expand career options, learn about the ‘work culture,’ and develop new job skills.

Students interested in becoming interns can go to www.smc.edu/internship to find out how to get involved in SMC’s Internship Program, and to

www.smc.edu/jobs4u to find out about the many kinds of internships that are available.

To be eligible for an internship class, a student must be a ‘continuing student’ at Santa Monica College. A continuing student is one who attended SMC the previous Fall or Spring semester and completed at least 6 units. For example, a Fall semester or Summer session intern is required to have attended SMC the previous Spring semester and completed at least 6 units. A Spring semester intern is required to have attended SMC the previous Fall semester and completed at least 6 units.

To enroll in an internship, students are required to attend a one-hour Internship Orientation meeting at the beginning of the semester. Visit our website (www.smc.edu/internship) or call the Career Services Center for the orientation meeting schedule.

Students earn college credit based on the number of internship hours worked. Each unit of college credit requires 60 hours of unpaid (volunteer), or 75 hours of paid work per semester. The General Internship classes are listed in this schedule of classes under Counseling and Testing. The classes are Counseling 90A, B, C, and D, and range from 1 to 4 units of credit. General Internships need not be related to the student’s educational or career goals.

F-1 students must see the immigration coordinator at the International Educational Center before enrolling in an internship.

Several departments at SMC also offer Specific Internships that are related to a student’s major or career goal. These internships combine on-the-job learning experiences with college curriculum, and are for students who are beginning, changing, or advancing in a career, or who are moving ahead in a major. Students can call the Career Services Center at (310) 434-4337 to find out which departments offer internships.

SMC’s Career Services Center hosts an Internship Fair each Spring semester, offering students the opportunity to meet potential employers and ask questions about the internships being offered. Visit our website (www.smc.edu/internship) to find out when the next Internship Fair will be held.

For further information or for help in finding an internship, call the Career Services Center at

(310) 434-4337, or visit our website (www.smc.edu/internship).

Center for Media and Design (CMD)

The Center for Media and Design (CMD) is an SMC satellite campus located in the heart of Silicon Beach—home to major media firms and some 500 technology-based companies. Launched in collaboration with industry employers, the CMD provides comprehensive instruction in rapidly evolving fields of design, media, communication, technology, and entertainment.

The state-of-the-art campus features numerous specialized classrooms and instructional spaces, as well as media production facilities, audio and video post-production facilities, a large auditorium, a digital gallery space, and a café. SMC’s highly regarded NPR radio station KCRW (89.9 FM) occupies its own three-story building at the CMD site.

The campus fosters a collaborative environment where instructors with first-hand knowledge of industry practices inspire students to become creative professionals who excel in developing ideas, and who have the technical proficiency to execute them.

The CMD is home to SMC’s ground-breaking Bachelor of Science degree program in Interaction Design, as well as the following innovative career technical programs:

  • Entertainment Technology (Animation, Digital Media, Game Design)

  • Graphic Design

  • Interior Architectural Design

  • Media Content Development (Broadcasting/New Media, Entertainment Marketing Production, Film, Journalism)

To find out more about SMC’s Center for Media and Design and its programs, please give us a call at (310) 434-3700.

Santa Monica College provides access to its services, classes, and programs without regard to race, religious creed, color, national origin, ancestry, handicap, or gender. All students are eligible to apply for special programs. Please see program coordinator or attend orientation for additional information.

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