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Class Schedule

Featured Winter Courses

Foothill College Virtual Campus Classes Start Jan. 4

Most Winter 2021 classes will be delivered virtually — using Zoom, Canvas, and other online tools.

lap,books and studentsNote: some classes will be taught at the regular times listed in the schedule (synchronously). Classes designated as 'Online' will typically allow for much more flexibility, and some classes will combine both approaches.

Contact your instructor if you have any questions about the method of delivery for your winter classes. You can find faculty contact information through our searchable online directory.

To learn how we are supporting our students online, visit our Virtual Campus website.

Open Core & GE Courses

Foothill has a variety of fall classes still open to fit your needs and interests. Most start the week of Jan. 4.



Are you new to college and Foothill? Take  CNSL 5: Introduction to College

Learn about academic policies, resources, programs and services; tools for career exploration, determination and decision making; choosing the right classes based on career/academic goals, the transfer process; study skills; time management and formulation of computer based educational plans.


Learn ceramics online! Sign up for our beginner course this winter.

Did you know?

Foothill College recently ranked #6 for Best Online Art Schools & Degree ProgramsCheck out the rankings and compare the pricing! You can earn an AA in Art and an AA for Transfer in Studio Arts — both fully online!

Computer Science

Learn to create Android apps using the latest techniques, including the Kotlin programming language and Google's Jetpack libraries.

English for Second Language Learners

We still have seats available in the following course sections!


We still have seats available in the following course sections!

  • ENGL1A
  • ENGL1A Honors
  • ENGL1B
  • ENGL 22: Women Writers — CRN 30975
    Instructor Stephanie Chan
    Join this course and examine the works of multicultural women poets, novelists, dramatists, and essayists. Engage in literary discussions of gender as relevant to race, ethnicity, socioeconomic class, sexual orientation, and other constructs of identity and power.


Learn about health inequities in the United States that stem from unequal living conditions and explore how education, socioeconomic status, racism and gender shape health epidemics and policy development.


Explore reality and human culture as a co-construct between technology and the arts, focusing on technological revolution in the late 20th and early 21st century, through the study of film, television, music and video streaming, social media, and other cultural products.  This course traces how new media and computer technologies, such as artificial intelligence, challenge our understanding of what it means to be human.


Newly added sections!


Write for The Script,  Foothill's online student newspaper. Take JRNL 22A or B. Hybrid class with a 11 a.m.-12:15 p.m. lab on Tuesdays/Thursdays.

Media Studies

Did you know? We now offer an Associate in Science in Film, Television, and Electronic Media for Transfer. Here's a sampling of courses offered this winter.

  • MDIA 2A. History of Film 1895 - 1945
  • MDIA 2C  Current Trends in Film/TV/Internet
  • MDIA 3. Intro to Film Media/Criticism
  • MDIA 5  American Cinema
  • MDIA 12 Popular Culture & US History

See Media Studies Courses


Take a music class to learn a new skill, enhance your life, or just for enjoyment.


Do you love taking and sharing photos?  Learn more about both the history of photography and issues surrounding contemporary photographic practices.

Political Science

Theatre Arts

Learn the craft of acting! Practice body movement, voice production, articulation, characterization principles of motivation, scene analysis, cultural empathy through standard theatre games, exercises, monologues, scenes and background research.

Physical Education (PHED)

Take a PE Activity Class for Health & Wellness

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Democracy Needs Journalists

Take JRNL 22A Introduction to Newswriting (CRN 31940).  Write for The Script  this winter, Foothill's online student newspaper.  Questions? Email instructor Charleen Earley at earleycharleen@fhda.edu.

StepS to Register

Attend a Virtual Orientation for our Non-Credit ESL Classes

Attend an orientation session
 to learn more about our free ESL classes:

Monday, Dec. 14, 6–7:30 p.m.

To RSVP, please email Janie Garcia at garciajanie@foothill.edu

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