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CollegeLink: Dual Enrollment Courses by Fullerton College

Overview

Placentia-Yorba Linda Unified School District (PYLUSD) high school students can earn college credit by enrolling in courses offered by Fullerton College. These courses are taught in person on PYLUSD high school campuses and are free of charge and include textbooks. All courses are CSU and UC-approved for transfer.

Registration 

Are you interested in taking a course in Spring 2019? Please contact your respective school counselor (contact information included below) to fill out the necessary registration documents. Here is a look at what courses are being offered in Spring 2019.

Spring 2019 Courses

Course

Location

Days

Start Date

End Date

Time

Room

ETHS 150

Intro to Chicano Studies

El Dorado

Tuesday/Thursday

2/5/2019

5/14/2019

3:15pm - 5:05pm

205

SOC 101

Intro to Sociology

Esperanza

Monday/Wednesday

2/4/2019

5/20/2019

3:15pm - 5:05pm

219

ART 116

Art History: Mexico

Esperanza

Tuesday/Thursday

2/5/2019

5/14/2019

3:15pm - 5:05pm

221

BUS 100

Introduction to Business

Valencia

Monday/Wednesday

2/4/2019

5/20/2019

3:15pm - 5:05pm

505

ART 117

Art History: America

Yorba Linda

Monday/Wednesday

2/4/2019

5/20/2019

3:15pm - 5:05pm

304

MUS 116

Music Appreciation

La Entrada

Tuesday/Thursday

2/5/2019

5/14/2019

3:15pm - 5:05pm

Ind Pathway Room


Course Descriptions


ART 116 – Art History: The Art of Mexico – This course is a survey of the visual arts of Mexico from the earliest civilizations to contemporary Mexican and Chicano art. Both traditional and popular art forms are studied in the context of the cultures that produced them. Transfers to CSU/UC and fulfills GE requirements for IGETC (Area 3) and CSU (Area C).

ART 117 – Art History: American Art – This course is a survey of American Art providing an overview of painting sculpting, photography, and architecture from Colonial beginnings through recent PostModern developments. Emphasis will be placed on discovering what is American in American art. Transfers to CSU/UC and fulfills GE requirements for IGETC (Area 3) and CSU (Area C).

BUS 100 – Introduction to Business - This introductory business course is designed to give an understanding and appreciation for the American business/ economic system. The course surveys the nature of economics, business ownership, physical factors, personnel relations, marketing, finance, corporate ownership, management control, business regulation, law, taxation, and the international business environment. Transfers to CSU and UC as elective units.

ETHS 150 – Introduction of Chicana/o Studies – This course is an introduction to the field of Chicana/o studies. It is designed to acquaint students with the most significant social, political, economic, and historical aspects of the Chicana/o experience in the United States. This course fulfills the Multicultural Education requirements for graduation. Transfers to CSU/UC and fulfills GE requirements for IGETC (Area 4) and CSU (Area D).

MUS 116 – Music Appreciation – This course is designed to give students a direct listening introduction and historical framework to a wide variety of music from the Middle Ages/Renaissance to the present. There will be an emphasis on Western Art Music. Transfers to CSU/UC and fulfills GE requirements for IGETC (Area 3) and CSU (Area C).

SOC 101 – Introduction to Sociology – This course introduces concepts, theories, and vocabulary associated with the field of sociology. The major sociological perspectives are explored surrounding: social control, social interaction, social differentiation, and social institutions. The processes of social change are understood in the contact of collective human behavior. Transfers to CSU/UC and fulfills GE requirements for IGETC (Area 4) and CSU (Area D).

Contact Information
 
Questions? Please contact your respective school counselor. Contact information is included below. 

El Dorado High School - (714) 986-7580

Counseling Department 
Dana Armstrong - (Last names starting with A - GL and AVID)
Email: darmstrong@pylusd.org | Phone Extension: 11026

Tempa Davidson - (Last names starting with GO - PE/ROP)
Email: tdavidson@pylusd.org | Phone Extension: 11025

Laura Campuzano - (Last names starting with PH - Z and DMAA 9/10)
Email: lcampuzano@pylusd.org | Phone Extension: 11028

Esperanza High School - (714) 986-7540

Counseling Department 
Yvette Kettering - (Last names starting with A-Gi)
Email: ykettering@pylusd.org | Phone Extension: 13023

Amy Selof - (Last names starting with GL-O)
Email: aselof@pylusd.org | Phone Extension: 13024

Brianne Gullotti - (Last names starting with P-Z)
Email: bgullotti@pylusd.org | Phone Extension: 13027

Valencia High School - (714) 996-4970

Counseling Department
Tonia Bahner - (Last names starting with Mc-Rod and Val Tech)
Email: tbahner@pylusd.org | Phone Extension: 10027

Carolyn Douglas - (Last names starting with A-I and ELD)
Email: cdouglas@pylusd.org | Phone Extension: 10023

Elizabeth Nasouf - (Last names starting with Rog-Z and AVID)
Email: enasouf@pylusd.org | Phone Extension: 10025
 
Mark Stanley - (Last names starting with J-Ma and IB)
Email: mstanley@pylusd.org | Phone Extension: 10024

Yorba Linda High School - (714) 986-7500

Counseling Department
Lorri Walls - (Last names starting with A-Han)
Email: lwalls@pylusd.org | Phone Extension: 14024

Peyton Pike - (Last names starting with Hao-Par)
Email: ppike@pylusd.org | Phone Extension: 14025

Nancy Coulter - (Last names starting with Pas-Z)
Email: ncoulter@pylusd.org | Phone Extension: 14023

La Entrada High School - (714) 986-7026
Parkview School - (714) 986-7050

Counselor

Sarah Miller
Email: smiller@pylusd.org | Phone Extension: 61650 (at LEHS) and 17702 (at Parkview)