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  • Online (Asynchronous)
    • In an online class, all course activity occurs online; there are no required real-time or on campus meetings. All content is delivered in Canvas. Coursework does have due dates as set by the instructor, but can be completed, once the content becomes available, at any time before the due date.

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    ONLINE
    Real-Time Online (Synchronous)
    • In a real-time online class, course meetings occur virtually on Zoom. The course meetings occur at scheduled days and times. Instructors will use Canvas to disseminate grades and potentially other class content, such as documents, discussions, and announcements. At the start of the semester, a detailed schedule for the term, with Zoom meetings, will be posted on IVC's Schedule Site and in Canvas.

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    HyFlex (Synchronous)
    • In a HyFlex class, all course meetings are held face-to-face at IVC or a designated physical site, and may also be attended virtually, via Zoom (or the district-approved video conferencing platform). The course meetings occur at scheduled days and times. Instructors may still use Canvas or other software products to enhance the class outside of the face-to-face meetings, such as by posting documents, discussions, and announcements. High-stake assessments, such as mid-term or final will be the same exam for online or face-to-face students. Training/approvals: Canvas Basics, Zoom, Classroom Technology Tools.

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    Building Room
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    Hybrid (Face-to-Face + Online)
    • In a hybrid class, course activity occurs both online and face-toface on campus; both the online and face-to-face portion are required. The face-to-face meetings occur on scheduled days and times. All online content is delivered in Canvas and/or zoom. At the start of the semester, a detailed schedule for the term, with face-to-face meetings, will be posted on IVC's Schedule Site and in Canvas.

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    Building Room
    3100 3115
    RT-ONL
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    Building Room
    ONLINE
    3100 3109
    Face-to-Face (On Ground)
    • In a face-to-face class, course activity occurs at IVC or a designated physical site. The course meetings occur on scheduled days and times. Instructors may still use Canvas or other software products to enhance the class outside of the face-to-face meetings, such as by posting documents, discussions, and announcements.

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  • Changes may be occurring daily for schedule data and files are subject to change.
  • Fall 2021
    5 sections
    • Psychology
      5 sections
      • PSY 146 - Psychology of Human Sexuality
        1 section
        PSY 146 Course Description:
        This course is an introductory overview of the field of human sexuality. Human sexuality will be examined from psychological, biological, sociocultural, and historical perspectives. Students will be encouraged to become aware of their own sexual attitudes, values, and behaviors and to evaluate the consistency of their behaviors within their own moral frameworks. Current sex norms and various aspects of interpersonal and individual sexual adjustment will be explored. (C-ID PSY 130) (CSU,UC)
        • CRN 10468 (PSY 146 - Psychology of Human Sexuality)
          • In a real-time online class, course meetings occur virtually on Zoom (or the district-approved video conferencing platform). The course meetings occur at scheduled days and times. Instructors will use Canvas to disseminate grades and potentially other class content, such as documents, discussions, and announcements.

          Details for Course 10468
          Status CRN Units Instructor Cap Act Rem Syllabi Textbooks
          OPEN 10468 3.00 Wyatt, Robert 35 29 6 View Syllabus / Download Textbooks
          Meeting Type Meeting Dates Times Building Room Start Date End Date
          Meeting Type:Online - Simultaneous Interact 02:40 PM - 04:05 PM RT-ONL Aug 16, 2021 Dec 11, 2021
      • PSY 204 - Dev Psy Concpt to Death
        2 sections
        PSY 204 Course Description:
        A study of human development from conception to death, including genetics, conception, prenatal development, infancy, toddlerhood, pre-school years, middle childhood, adolescence, early adulthood, middle adulthood, later adulthood, and death. Theories and research of physical, cognitive, personality, and social development are examined, as well as attention to developmental problems. (C-ID PSY 180) (CSU) (UC credit limited, see a counselor)
        • CRN 10317 (PSY 204 - Dev Psy Concpt to Death)
          • In a hyflex class, all course meetings are held face-to-face at IVC or a designated physical site, and may also be attended virtually, via Zoom (or the district-approved video conferencing platform). The course meetings occur at scheduled days and times. Instructors may still use Canvas or other software products to enhance the class outside of the face-to-face meetings, such as by posting documents, discussions, and announcements. High-stake assessments, such as mid-term or final will be the same exam for online or face-to-face students.

          Details for Course 10317
          Status CRN Units Instructor Cap Act Rem Syllabi Textbooks
          OPEN 10317 3.00 Wyatt, Robert 40 31 9 View Syllabus / Download Textbooks
          Meeting Type Meeting Dates Times Building Room Start Date End Date
          Meeting Type:Online - Simultaneous Interact 01:00 PM - 02:25 PM HYFLEX Aug 17, 2021 Dec 11, 2021
          Meeting Type:Online - Simultaneous Interact 01:00 PM - 02:25 PM 2700 2728 Aug 17, 2021 Dec 11, 2021
        • CRN 10318 (PSY 204 - Dev Psy Concpt to Death)
          • In an online class, all course activity occurs online; there are no required real-time or on-campus meetings. All content is delivered in Canvas. Coursework does have due dates as set by the instructor, but can be completed, once the content becomes available, at any time before the due date. At the start of the semester, a detailed schedule for the term with specific content availability and due dates of coursework, including potential online proctored summative/high-stake assessments, such as a mid-term or final, will be posted on IVC's Schedule Site.

          Details for Course 10318
          Status CRN Units Instructor Cap Act Rem Syllabi Textbooks
          WAIT 10318 3.00 Wyatt, Robert 40 41 -1 View Syllabus / Download Textbooks
          Meeting Type Meeting Dates Times Building Room Start Date End Date
          Meeting Type:Lecture TBA ONLINE Aug 16, 2021 Dec 11, 2021
      • PSY 212 - Research Methods in Psychology
        1 section
        PSY 212 Course Description:
        Prerequisite: PSY 101 and (PSY 214 or MATH 119) with a grade of "C" or better.
        This course surveys various psychological research methods with an emphasis on research design, experimental procedures, descriptive methods, instrumentation, and the collection, analysis, interpretation, and reporting of research data. Research design and methodology will be examined through a review of research in a variety of the subdisciplines of psychology. (C-ID PSY 200) (CSU, UC)
        • CRN 10320 (PSY 212 - Research Methods in Psychology)
          • In a real-time online class, course meetings occur virtually on Zoom (or the district-approved video conferencing platform). The course meetings occur at scheduled days and times. Instructors will use Canvas to disseminate grades and potentially other class content, such as documents, discussions, and announcements.

          Details for Course 10320
          Status CRN Units Instructor Cap Act Rem Syllabi Textbooks
          OPEN 10320 3.00 Wyatt, Robert 35 18 17 View Syllabus / Download Textbooks
          Meeting Type Meeting Dates Times Building Room Start Date End Date
          Meeting Type:Online - Simultaneous Interact 08:00 AM - 09:25 AM RT-ONL Aug 16, 2021 Dec 11, 2021
      • PSY 214 - Statistical Methods in Beh Sci
        1 section
        PSY 214 Course Description:
        Prerequisite: PSY 101 and MATH 091 or MATH 098 with a grade of ā€œCā€ or better or appropriate placement as defined by AB705.
        Quantitative methods in behavioral sciences are considered including: scales of measurement, measures of central tendency and variability; probability and sampling distributions, visual displays of data (graphical methods), frequency tables and percentages; introduction to hypothesis testing, statistical inference and measures of association using correlation and linear regression; analysis of variance, chi-square and t-tests. Emphasis is placed on using software for data analysis such as SPSS and Excel and interpreting statistical findings from such analysis. Examples will be used from disciplines including business, social sciences, psychology, sociology, life sciences, health sciences, education and related areas. (CSU, UC)
        • CRN 10982 (PSY 214 - Statistical Methods in Beh Sci)
          • In an online class, all course activity occurs online; there are no required real-time or on-campus meetings. All content is delivered in Canvas. Coursework does have due dates as set by the instructor, but can be completed, once the content becomes available, at any time before the due date. At the start of the semester, a detailed schedule for the term with specific content availability and due dates of coursework, including potential online proctored summative/high-stake assessments, such as a mid-term or final, will be posted on IVC's Schedule Site.

          Details for Course 10982
          Late Start Class
          Status CRN Units Instructor Cap Act Rem Syllabi Textbooks
          WAIT 10982 4.00 Wyatt, Robert 30 33 -3 View Syllabus / Download Textbooks
          Meeting Type Meeting Dates Times Building Room Start Date End Date
          Meeting Type:Laboratory TBA ONLINE Aug 30, 2021 Dec 11, 2021
          Meeting Type:Lecture TBA ONLINE Aug 30, 2021 Dec 11, 2021
  • Spring 2021
    3 sections
    • Psychology
      3 sections
      • PSY 120 - Introduction to Counseling
        1 section
        PSY 120 Course Description:
        A study of the theory, process, and practice of interviewing and counseling in community service and other counseling situations. The course is designed to assist the student to gain knowledge and develop skills in order to help a client or interviewee in counseling situations. Theories of counseling and basic helping skills will be presented, demonstrated, and practiced. (CSU)
        • CRN 21604 (PSY 120 - Introduction to Counseling)
          • In an online class, all course activity occurs online; there are no required real-time or on-campus meetings. All content is delivered in Canvas. Coursework does have due dates as set by the instructor, but can be completed, once the content becomes available, at any time before the due date. At the start of the semester, a detailed schedule for the term with specific content availability and due dates of coursework, including potential online proctored summative/high-stake assessments, such as a mid-term or final, will be posted on IVC's Schedule Site.

          Details for Course 21604
          Status CRN Units Instructor Cap Act Rem Syllabi Textbooks
          OPEN 21604 3.00 Wyatt, Robert 35 21 14 View Syllabus / Download Textbooks
          Meeting Type Meeting Dates Times Building Room Start Date End Date
          Meeting Type:Lecture 06:30 PM - 09:40 PM ONL-ZM Feb 16, 2021 Jun 11, 2021
      • PSY 130 - Group Leadership & Process
        1 section
        PSY 130 Course Description:
        This course will introduce the student to group theory and process, and how groups affect the whole social scene. It will examine membership in, and leadership of, various kinds of groups, emphasizing group process. Consideration will be given to goals and strategies of social change and the necessity for social change in relation to personal and social values. The factors involved in problems of communications, effective emotional responses and personal growth also will be highlighted, emphasizing the group process as a means of changing behavior. (CSU)
        • CRN 20777 (PSY 130 - Group Leadership & Process)
          • In an online class, all course activity occurs online; there are no required real-time or on-campus meetings. All content is delivered in Canvas. Coursework does have due dates as set by the instructor, but can be completed, once the content becomes available, at any time before the due date. At the start of the semester, a detailed schedule for the term with specific content availability and due dates of coursework, including potential online proctored summative/high-stake assessments, such as a mid-term or final, will be posted on IVC's Schedule Site.

          Details for Course 20777
          Status CRN Units Instructor Cap Act Rem Syllabi Textbooks
          OPEN 20777 3.00 Wyatt, Robert 35 16 19 View Syllabus / Download Textbooks
          Meeting Type Meeting Dates Times Building Room Start Date End Date
          Meeting Type:Lecture TBA ONLINE Feb 16, 2021 Jun 11, 2021
      • PSY 200 - Biological Psychology
        1 section
        PSY 200 Course Description:
        Prerequisite: PSY 101 with a grade of "C" or better.
        An exploration of the biological basis of human behavior. The development, structure and functions of the nervous system is thoroughly examined to provide insight into its complex relationship with human behavior, thought, and feelings. The history of neuroscience and methods of scientific inquiry are reviewed. (C-ID PSY 150) (CSU, UC)
        • CRN 21601 (PSY 200 - Biological Psychology)
          • In an online class, all course activity occurs online; there are no required real-time or on-campus meetings. All content is delivered in Canvas. Coursework does have due dates as set by the instructor, but can be completed, once the content becomes available, at any time before the due date. At the start of the semester, a detailed schedule for the term with specific content availability and due dates of coursework, including potential online proctored summative/high-stake assessments, such as a mid-term or final, will be posted on IVC's Schedule Site.

          Details for Course 21601
          Status CRN Units Instructor Cap Act Rem Syllabi Textbooks
          OPEN 21601 3.00 Wyatt, Robert 40 34 6 View Syllabus / Download Textbooks
          Meeting Type Meeting Dates Times Building Room Start Date End Date
          Meeting Type:Lecture TBA ONLINE Feb 16, 2021 Jun 11, 2021
  • Fall 2020
    2 sections
    • Psychology
      2 sections
      • PSY 101 - Introduction to Psychology
        2 sections
        PSY 101 Course Description:
        Recommended Preparation: Twelfth grade reading level highly recommended.
        An introduction to the study of human behavior and cognition. Includes consideration of many of the major topics in psychology including, but not limited to, the biology of behavior, learning, human development, sleep and consciousness, personality, mental disorders and therapy, and social processes. (C-ID PSY 110) (CSU, UC)
        • CRN 10613 (PSY 101 - Introduction to Psychology)
          • In a face-to-face class, course activity occurs at IVC or a designated physical site. The course meetings occur on scheduled days and times. Instructors may still use Canvas or other software products to enhance the class outside of the face-to-face meetings, such as by posting documents, discussions, and announcements.

          Details for Course 10613
          Status CRN Units Instructor Cap Act Rem Syllabi Textbooks
          OPEN 10613 3.00 Wyatt, Robert 45 40 5 View Syllabus / Download Textbooks
          Meeting Type Meeting Dates Times Building Room Start Date End Date
          Meeting Type:Lecture/Discussion TBA ONLINE Aug 17, 2020 Dec 12, 2020
        • CRN 10616 (PSY 101 - Introduction to Psychology)
          • In a face-to-face class, course activity occurs at IVC or a designated physical site. The course meetings occur on scheduled days and times. Instructors may still use Canvas or other software products to enhance the class outside of the face-to-face meetings, such as by posting documents, discussions, and announcements.

          Details for Course 10616
          Status CRN Units Instructor Cap Act Rem Syllabi Textbooks
          OPEN 10616 3.00 Wyatt, Robert 45 38 7 View Syllabus / Download Textbooks
          Meeting Type Meeting Dates Times Building Room Start Date End Date
          Meeting Type:Lecture/Discussion TBA ONLINE Aug 17, 2020 Dec 12, 2020
  • Fall 2019
    2 sections
    • Addiction Disorder Studies
      1 section
      • ADS 110 - Physiological Effects of Alcoh
        1 section
        ADS 110 Course Description:
        The course is designed to provide the student with information on the processing systems of the body and how they react to alcohol and drugs. This course will seek to explain where and how drugs act and why. The course will bring about an understanding of how drugs influence consciousness, mood and feeling. It will enable students to understand that both the internal and external environments have important effects on the well-being of the individual. (CSU)
        • CRN 10532 (ADS 110 - Physiological Effects of Alcoh)
          • In a face-to-face class, course activity occurs at IVC or a designated physical site. The course meetings occur on scheduled days and times. Instructors may still use Canvas or other software products to enhance the class outside of the face-to-face meetings, such as by posting documents, discussions, and announcements.

          Details for Course 10532
          Status CRN Units Instructor Cap Act Rem Syllabi Textbooks
          OPEN 10532 3.00 Wyatt, Robert 35 26 9 View Syllabus / Download Textbooks
          Meeting Type Meeting Dates Times Building Room Start Date End Date
          Meeting Type:Lecture/Discussion 06:30 PM - 09:40 PM 400 411 Aug 19, 2019 Dec 14, 2019
    • Psychology
      1 section
      • PSY 130 - Group Leadership & Process
        1 section
        PSY 130 Course Description:
        This course will introduce the student to group theory and process, and how groups affect the whole social scene. It will examine membership in, and leadership of, various kinds of groups, emphasizing group process. Consideration will be given to goals and strategies of social change and the necessity for social change in relation to personal and social values. The factors involved in problems of communications, effective emotional responses and personal growth also will be highlighted, emphasizing the group process as a means of changing behavior. (CSU)
        • CRN 11687 (PSY 130 - Group Leadership & Process)
          • In a face-to-face class, course activity occurs at IVC or a designated physical site. The course meetings occur on scheduled days and times. Instructors may still use Canvas or other software products to enhance the class outside of the face-to-face meetings, such as by posting documents, discussions, and announcements.

          Details for Course 11687
          Status CRN Units Instructor Cap Act Rem Syllabi Textbooks
          OPEN 11687 3.00 Wyatt, Robert 35 23 12 View Syllabus / Download Textbooks
          Meeting Type Meeting Dates Times Building Room Start Date End Date
          Meeting Type:Lecture/Discussion 06:30 PM - 09:40 PM 400 413 Aug 19, 2019 Dec 14, 2019
  • Fall 2018
    1 section
    • Psychology
      1 section
      • PSY 212 - Research Methods in Psychology
        1 section
        PSY 212 Course Description:
        Prerequisite: PSY 101 and (PSY 214 or MATH 119) with a grade of "C" or better.
        This course surveys various psychological research methods with an emphasis on research design, experimental procedures, descriptive methods, instrumentation, and the collection, analysis, interpretation, and reporting of research data. Research design and methodology will be examined through a review of research in a variety of the subdisciplines of psychology. (C-ID PSY 200) (CSU, UC)
        • CRN 11195 (PSY 212 - Research Methods in Psychology)
          • In a face-to-face class, course activity occurs at IVC or a designated physical site. The course meetings occur on scheduled days and times. Instructors may still use Canvas or other software products to enhance the class outside of the face-to-face meetings, such as by posting documents, discussions, and announcements.

          Details for Course 11195
          Status CRN Units Instructor Cap Act Rem Syllabi Textbooks
          OPEN 11195 3.00 Wyatt, Robert 35 25 10 View Syllabus / Download Textbooks
          Meeting Type Meeting Dates Times Building Room Start Date End Date
          Meeting Type:Lecture/Discussion 06:30 PM - 09:40 PM 200 208 Aug 13, 2018 Dec 08, 2018
  • Spring 2017
    1 section
    • Psychology
      1 section
      • PSY 202 - Learning
        1 section
        PSY 202 Course Description:
        Recommended Preparation: Successful completion of PSY 101 strongly recommended and the twelfth grade reading level highly recommended.
        This course will explore the role of learning in the adaptation of humans and other animals to their changing environment. Research methodology, Pavlovian and operant theories, applications and implications, and higher cognitive processes will be examined. (CSU, UC)
        • CRN 21158 (PSY 202 - Learning)
          • In a face-to-face class, course activity occurs at IVC or a designated physical site. The course meetings occur on scheduled days and times. Instructors may still use Canvas or other software products to enhance the class outside of the face-to-face meetings, such as by posting documents, discussions, and announcements.

          Details for Course 21158
          Status CRN Units Instructor Cap Act Rem Syllabi Textbooks
          OPEN 21158 3.00 Wyatt, Robert 35 27 8 View Syllabus / Download Textbooks
          Meeting Type Meeting Dates Times Building Room Start Date End Date
          Meeting Type:Lecture/Discussion 06:30 PM - 09:40 PM 400 402 Feb 13, 2017 Jun 09, 2017
  • Fall 2016
    3 sections
    • Psychology
      2 sections
      • PSY 101 - Introduction to Psychology
        1 section
        PSY 101 Course Description:
        Recommended Preparation: Twelfth grade reading level highly recommended.
        An introduction to the study of human behavior and cognition. Includes consideration of many of the major topics in psychology including, but not limited to, the biology of behavior, learning, human development, sleep and consciousness, personality, mental disorders and therapy, and social processes. (C-ID PSY 110) (CSU, UC)
        • CRN 10615 (PSY 101 - Introduction to Psychology)
          • In a face-to-face class, course activity occurs at IVC or a designated physical site. The course meetings occur on scheduled days and times. Instructors may still use Canvas or other software products to enhance the class outside of the face-to-face meetings, such as by posting documents, discussions, and announcements.

          Details for Course 10615
          Status CRN Units Instructor Cap Act Rem Syllabi Textbooks
          OPEN 10615 3.00 Wyatt, Robert 40 37 3 View Syllabus / Download Textbooks
          Meeting Type Meeting Dates Times Building Room Start Date End Date
          Meeting Type:Lecture/Discussion 06:30 PM - 09:40 PM 400 413 Aug 15, 2016 Dec 09, 2016
      • PSY 206 - Social Psychology
        1 section
        PSY 206 Course Description:
        The study of how personality and behavior are influenced by the social environment. The conceptual and research focus is on the relationship between the individual and society. This course includes such topics as: self-concept and social identity, group behavior and group membership. (Same as SOC 206) (C-ID PSY 170) (CSU, UC)
        • CRN 10645 (PSY 206 - Social Psychology)
          • In a face-to-face class, course activity occurs at IVC or a designated physical site. The course meetings occur on scheduled days and times. Instructors may still use Canvas or other software products to enhance the class outside of the face-to-face meetings, such as by posting documents, discussions, and announcements.

          Details for Course 10645
          Status CRN Units Instructor Cap Act Rem Syllabi Textbooks
          OPEN 10645 3.00 Wyatt, Robert 35 12 23 View Syllabus / Download Textbooks
          Meeting Type Meeting Dates Times Building Room Start Date End Date
          Meeting Type:Lecture/Discussion 08:00 AM - 09:25 AM 800 806 Aug 15, 2016 Dec 09, 2016
    • Sociology
      1 section
      • SOC 206 - Social Psychology
        1 section
        SOC 206 Course Description:
        The study of how personality and behavior are influenced by the social environment. The conceptual and research focus is on the relationship between the individual and society. This course includes such topics as: self-concept and social identity, group behavior and group membership. (Same as PSY 206) (C-ID PSY 170) (CSU, UC)
        • CRN 10644 (SOC 206 - Social Psychology)
          • In a face-to-face class, course activity occurs at IVC or a designated physical site. The course meetings occur on scheduled days and times. Instructors may still use Canvas or other software products to enhance the class outside of the face-to-face meetings, such as by posting documents, discussions, and announcements.

          Details for Course 10644
          Status CRN Units Instructor Cap Act Rem Syllabi Textbooks
          OPEN 10644 3.00 Wyatt, Robert 35 14 21 View Syllabus / Download Textbooks
          Meeting Type Meeting Dates Times Building Room Start Date End Date
          Meeting Type:Lecture/Discussion 08:00 AM - 09:25 AM 800 806 Aug 15, 2016 Dec 09, 2016