updated: 9/06/01

                                            Welcome to Mission College (ONLINE)             Question?      
                                            

Welcome to the Los Angeles Mission College “Online” education program. The program
offers flexible courses from any computer with access to the Internet. Here are some frequently asked questions and answers which will assist you with general information regarding our online program. Take Four (4) easy steps to enroll in our online classes.

                                                     Steps to take

Step 1
: Make sure you are ready to do an online course and take this online learning orientation
(designed by Vivian Sinou for the California Community College Distance Learning Consortium (CCC DLC)

Step 2: Apply for Admission as a student in L.A. Mission College Student (required) - if you are already a student, then skip Step 2, and go to Step 3. PLEASE NOTE: If you have problems applying for admission "online" because the LACCD server cannot process your application, please email Prof. Jordan at abogado@pacbell.net, he will send you the application form, return it to him, and he will forward it along to your instructor so the application can be properly processed with admissions, and you will be ensured a place in your online class.

Step 3
: Enroll in your "online class" - (required) two methods are available. By Internet (follow the onscreen instructions) or by Phone by using the STEP system ( The phone system is operational from 8:00 AM to 11:00 PM Monday through Saturday. Students may call (818) 988-2222, (213) 689-8888, or (310) 605-0505 to access the system.) PLEASE NOTE: If you have problems enrolling in your "online"class, please email Prof. Jordan at abogado@pacbell.net, he will contact your instructor, and the instructor will process an "add slip" to ensure you are properly enrolled in your online class.

Step 4
: Email your instructor to advise him/her you are taking the class.(required).



Fall 2001 Classes

note
: if the College is an ECollege course, then please follow these additional registration instructions

1. INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS (UC:CSU) 3 UNITS - Section 0101 - R.L. Extract
Prerequisite: None.
Students interested in enrolling in the Internet course should go to:
http://lamission.org. This is an Ecollege class. Please email Professor about specific requirements to enroll in this class. Prof. Ray Extract (rle50967@csun.edu) Once the online student has registered both with Mission College and ECollege, the student will receive a password and will then be able to logon for their course at http://lamconline.org/
0101 3:10-Hrs TBA R L Extract INTERNET

2. 13 SMALL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT I (CSU) 3 UNITS
Prerequisite: None.
This course presents a systematic approach to successful small business operation.
Management 13 is also offered in ITV this semester. See page 43 of the schedule of classes.
---- section, students interested in enrolling in the Internet course should go to this
address for details: http://lamission.org This is an Ecollege class. Please email Professor about specific requirements to enroll in this class. Prof. Ray Extract (rle50967@csun.edu)
Once the online student has registered both with Mission College and ECollege, the student will receive a password and will then be able to logon for their course at http://lamconline.org/
0102 3:10-Hrs TBA R L Extract INTERNET


3 1 BUSINESS LAW I /LAW 5(UC:CSU) 3 UNITS - 0117 Bus. Law 5 - 0118 Bus. Law 1
Prerequisite: None.
Same as Business 5.
Introductory course in civil law open to all students. Section 0117 is through the Business Dept., and Section 0118 is through the Paralegal Studies Program. Both sections are taught by Prof. Jordan, and the same materials will be used for each section.

Students interested in enrolling in the Internet course should take steps 1 through 4 above. The address for our class is located at http://www.vcsun.org/~djordan/21f/law1. This link will be updated before class commences on 9/04/01. If you are interested in other Law Classes, check out the Fall 2001 Paralegal Classes at http://lamission.org/law Once you have enrolled in class please Email Prof. David Jordan at abogado@pacbell.net
0117 and 0118 3:10-Hrs TBA D C Jordan INTERNET

4. 401 INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS AND THEIR USES (UC:CSU) 3 UNITS
Prerequisite: None.
Introduction to Computer Science terminology, concepts and programming.
Lecture 3 hours, lab 1 hour.This is an Ecollege class. Please email Professor about specific requirements to enroll in this class. Prof. Robert Kemmerer (bkemmerer@earthlink.net), or Prof Paul Kubicki (Paul_C._Kubicki@laccd.cc.ca.us). Once the online student has registered both with Mission College and ECollege, the student will receive a password and will then be able to logon for their course at http://lamconline.org/
0103 4:25-Hrs TBA R H Kemmerer INTERNET

0104 4:25-Hrs. TBA PC Kubicki INTERNET

5. 28 INTERMEDIATE READING AND COMPOSITION 3 UNITS
Satisfies the English requirement for an AA degree.
Prerequisite: English 21 with a grade of "C" or better, or appropriate English
placement results, or by permit.
English 28 is a course in reading and writing designed to strengthen the student's
ability to use basic communication skills, including grammar, spelling, punctuation,
and sentence construction. Instruction will include the assignment of full-length
expository and argumentative essays.

Email Prof. Carolyn Daly (cdalyca@aol.com) for Section 0105 (Ecollege course) Once the online student has registered both with Mission College and ECollege, the student will receive a password and will then be able to logon for their course at http://lamconline.org/

Email Prof. Carolyn Daly at (cdalyca@aol.com) for Section 0106 (Ecollege course)
Once the online student has registered both with Mission College and ECollege, the student will receive a password and will then be able to logon for their course at http://lamconline.org/
0105 3:10-Hrs TBA CC Daly INTERNET (ECollege Course)
0106 3:10-Hrs TBA CC Daly INTERNET ( ECollege Course)

6. 101 COLLEGE READING AND COMPOSITION I (UC:CSU) 3 UNITS
Prerequisite: English 28 with a grade of "C" or better, or appropriate English
placement results, or by permit.
This is the first freshman composition course that meets requirements for the BA at
four-year colleges and universities, comprising intensive reading, writing of essays,
term papers, the study of style, methods of discourse, logic, and documentation.
---- and ---- sections may be taken for honors credit. See the Honors Counselor.
---- section, students interested in enrolling in the Internet course should go to this

Email Prof. Carolyn Daly at (cdalyca@aol.com) for Section 0107 (Ecollege course)
Once the online student has registered both with Mission College and ECollege, the student will receive a password and will then be able to logon for their course at http://lamconline.org/

0107 3:10-Hrs TBA CC Daly INTERNET (ECollege Course)

7. 21 NUTRITION (UC:CSU) 3 UNITS
Prerequisite: None.
Required for ACF Certificate and Food Production Certificate, meets Natural Science
requirement. Comprehensive scientific nutrition information.
---- section, students interested in enrolling in the Internet course should go to this
address for details: http://lamission.org This is an Ecollege class. Please email Professor about specific requirements to enroll in this class. Prof. Karen Borgie (kborgie@earthlink.net) For more information on the class see http://home.earthlink.net/~kborgie/
Once the online student has registered both with Mission College and ECollege, the student will receive a password and will then be able to logon for their course at http://lamconline.org/
0110 3:10-Hrs TBA K H Borgie INTERNET

8. 50 SANITATION AND SAFETY (CSU) 3 UNITS
Prerequisite: None.
Meets L.A. County Health requirements for Sanitation Certification.
Includes National Restaurant Certification Exam.
See Food and Service Management 50.This is an Ecollege class. Please email Professor about specific requirements to enroll in this class. Prof. J Berg (jb4food@aol.com)
Once the online student has registered both with Mission College and ECollege, the student will receive a password and will then be able to logon for their course at http://lamconline.org/
0111 3:10-Hrs TBA J Berg INTERNET

9. 163 HOSPITALITY CULINARY EDUCATION 3 UNITS
Prerequisite: None.
Meets the American Culinary Federation's (ACF) instructional requirements for certific-
ation (32 hrs.) and recertification (8 hours) and 90 hours for ACF Culinary Educator.
Also designed for any instructor interested in applying Online techniques to their
traditional classroom and development of curriculum for totally Online learning
experience.
---- section, This is an Ecollege class. Please email Professor about specific requirements to enroll in this class. Prof. Sandi Lampert at (sandilamp@aol.com)
Once the online student has registered both with Mission College and ECollege, the student will receive a password and will then be able to logon for their course at http://lamconline.org/
0112  3:10-Hrs TBA S M Lampert INTERNET

10. 11: POLITICAL AND SOCIAL HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES 1
Prerequisite: None
A survey of major events, personages, and themes most significant to the political, economic, and social development of this nation from its New World beginnings through the Civil War.
It meets the American History and Institutions requirements for the California State University System and the Social and Behavioral Sciences requirements for all universities. Webpage is located at : http://www.lamission.cc.ca.us/h11, and email address of Prof. Suyama is Ruth_L._Suyama@laccd.cc.ca.us
0113    3:10-Hrs TBA     R Suyama    INTERNET

11. 9 SYMBOLIC LOGIC I (UC:CSU) 3 UNITS
Prerequisite: None.
An introduction to formal logic, describing symbolization, sentential connectives, and
quantification. Natural deduction is introduced, emphasizing techniques of proof.
Translation and the application of formal logic to the analysis of arguments and
determination of validity are studied.
This section may be taken for honors credit. See the Honors Counselor.
Students interested in enrolling in the Internet course should go to this
address for details : http://www.internetlogic.org, or the mirror site at http://www.vcsun.org/~dmcf/logic.html
Email Prof. Doug McFerran at (dmcf@ix.netcom.com)
0114 3:10-Hrs TBA D D Mc Ferran INTERNET

12. 33 COMPARATIVE SURVEY OF WORLD RELIGIONS 3 UNITS
Prerequisite: None
History, practices, and world views of the major religions originating in India, China, Japan, and the Near East: Judaism, Christianity, Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism, and Taoism
Students interested in enrolling in the Internet course should go to this
address for details : http://www.internetlogic.org, or the mirror site at http://www.vcsun.org/~dmcf/logic.html
Email Prof. Doug McFerran at (dmcf@ix.netcom.com)
0115  3:10-Hrs TBA D D Mc Ferran INTERNET

13. Political Science 1 - THE GOVERNMENT OF THE UNITED STATES (UC:CSU) 3 UNITS
Prerequisite: None.
Course meets both graduation requirement and transfer requirement for
ALL MAJORS to take a Social Science course in federal, state, and local
government. Students interested in enrolling in the Internet course should go to this
address for details: http://www.lamission.cc.ca.us/meyerj/mHome.htm   Students interested in enrolling in the Internet course should send their e-mail address to Prof. Joe Meyer jopeyer@socal.rr.com
0116 3:10-Hrs TBA JN Meyer INTERNET