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Class Schedule

Featured Winter Classes

Winter Quarter Starts Monday, Jan. 8

In person, hybrid or fully online—we have a robust schedule of courses.

IMPORTANT NOTE: Your classes in Canvas will NOT display on your Canvas Dashboard until the first day of the quarter. Contact your instructor if you have any questions about the method of delivery for your classes. You can find faculty contact information through our searchable online directory.


Core & GE Courses

Foothill has a variety of classes that fill core and general education requirements.


Classes to Consider This Quarter

  • Information below is subject to change.
  • We may add additional classes.
  • The CRN for the class is offered below for your convenience.
  • Click the links associated with the classes to see the schedule for that department.
  • See the full schedule of classes for full list offerings.

Featured Program

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Earn an AA-T in Social Work and Human Services — Become a social worker!

Take SOC 11: Introduction to Social Welfare, offered fully online this winter, CRN 31633. Study the sociological perspective of social welfare and the social services system as a field of study and profession. Gain a historical overview, with a focus on a range of sociological theory to explain development of social services systems, their core concepts, value systems and methods. 

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Featured Course

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ENGL 12 • African American Literature

Online with Instructor Samuel White (CRN 31612)
This course is intended for students wishing to transfer, or if you are simply interested in increasing your knowledge of African American literature. English 12 takes us on an journey of literature created by African Americans, from slavery to the 21st Century. Together, we will explore literary accomplishments of black Americans (and their ancestors) through narratives, works of fiction, poetry, plays, music, film, and other media that reflect the talent, power, and history embedded in this unique genre of writing.

Take a Class in the Arts


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Graphic and Interactive Design

  • GID 34 Graphic Design Studio II (CRN 31695) In Person, MW 1:30-4:20 p.m.
  • GID 44A Fundamentals of 3-D Animation (30486) Online
  • GID 44A Fundamentals of 3-D Animation ( (31694) In Person, MW 10 a.m.-12:50 p.m.
  • GID 56 Website Design (CRN 30882) Online
  • GID 67 Mobile Game Design (CRN 31705) Online

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Media Studies

  • MDIA 2C Current Trends Film/TV/Internet (CRN 30726) Online
  • MDIA 13 Video Games & Popular Culture (CRN 30315) Online
  • MDIA 20 Fundamentals of Media Production (30710) Hybrid, Meets in person M 1-4:50 p.m.

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  • MUS 1 Introduction to Music (CRN 31554)
  • MUS 3B Theory & Musicianship II (CRN 30102)
  • MUS 12A Beginning Piano Glass (CRN 30089)
  • MUS 12B Intermediate Piano Class (CRN 30433)
  • MUS 12C Advanced Piano Class (30434)

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  • PHOT 4A Photoshop for Photographers (CRN 31542)
  • PHOT 5 Introduction to Photography (CRN 30993)
  • PHOT 72 Lightroom & Photographic Design (CRN 31540) Hybrid, Meets T 9-11:50 a.m.

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Theatre Arts

  • THTR 1 Introduction to Theatre (CRN 30099)
  • THTR 2A Introduction Dramatic Literature: Classic to Moli (CRN 31637)
  • THTR 20B Acting II (CRN 30101)
  • THTR 21A Scenery & Properties Construction (CRN 30213)
  • THTR 31 Management for Theatre & Stage (CRN 31655)
  • THTR 40A Basic Theatrical Makeup (CRN 31656)
  • THTR 43E Improvisation (CRN 31661)
  • THTR 45A Technical Theatre Production I (CRN 30233)
  • THTR 47A Intro Musical Theatre Production (CRN 30680)

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Take a Class in Language Arts


  • ENGL 7 • Native American Literature, Online (CRN 31613)
  • ENGL 12 • African American Literature, Online (CRN 31612)
  • ENGL 16 • Introduction to Literature (CRN 30674)
  • ENGL 43B • Survey Of British Literature II: The Romantic Period To The Present (31592)

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Both fully online and hybrid classes offered. Run 10 weeks starting 1/22-3/29.

  • JRNL 22A • Intro to Reporting & Newswriting
  • JRNL 22B • Intermediate Reporting / Newswriting

These classes include the opportunity to write for  published student publication The Script.

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Japanese - On Campus

  • JAPN 5 • Intermediate Japanese II Hybrid, In Person W 1:30-3:45 p.m. (CRN 31560)

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Spanish - On Campus

  • SPAN 2 Elementary Spanish II, Hybrid, In Person W 10 a.m.-12:15 p.m. (CRN 30075)

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Learn English with an ESL Class

ESLL For Credit

  • ESLL 248 • Advanced Grammar Review, Online (31743)
    Are you a non-native English speaker and experience anxiety when writing? This course provides opportunities to review and practice essential grammar and structures used in academic and professional writing. It's a good class for any non-native English speaker taking writing-intensive classes in any discipline. Class starts January 22.

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ESLL for Noncredit

  • NCEL 405 • Introduction to Computer & Internet Language for ESL, Hybrid, Meets In Person at Sunnvyale Center, Tuesdays 12:30-3:20 p.m.

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Take a Business and Social Sciences Class


We offer a variety of anthropology courses at Foothill, both online and in person, with hands-on field work. Check out these courses offered this winter!

  • ANTH 1 • Intro to Physical Anthropology
  • ANTH 2A • Cultural Anthropology
  • ANTH 5 • Magic, Science & Religion
  • ANTH 8 • Intro to Archaeology
  • ANTH 6 • Perspectives from Africa (CRN 21592)
  • ANTH 14 • Linguistic Anthropology
  • ANTH 22 • The Aztec, Maya, Inca & Their Predecessors: Civilizations of The Americas
  • ANTH 56 & 57 • Applied Anthropology Field Methods

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We offer a broad section of business courses at Foothill, including information systems, data analytics, law, finance and marketing. Take a look at what's being offered this winter, online and in person.

  • BUSI 59B • E-Business, Online (CRN 31565)
    Discover the digital landscape with this course, a dynamic blending of academic insights and practical skills for the digital business world. Dive into cutting-edge topics like AI, Blockchain and Sustainability, and learn from Professor Sodan Selvaretnam, a seasoned executive and entrepreneur with more than 25 years of experience in digital business transformation. BUSI 59B is your gateway to mastering the art of business in the digital era.

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Child Development

  • CHLD 1 • Child Growth & Development: Prenatal Through Early Childhood, Hybrid, Meets T 10-11:50 a.m., (CRN 30147)



  • GEOG 1 • Physical Geography
    • Hybrid, On campus T 10-11:50 a.m. (CRN 30173)
    • Fully online (CRN 30864)

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Global Studies

  • GLST 2 Global Issues, Hybrid, On Campus TH 10-11:50 a.m. (CRN 20545)

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Check out these courses of interest offered this winter.

  • HIST 3A • World History from Prehistory to 750 CE, Online (CRN 30544)
  • HIST 10 • History of California: The Multicultural State, Online  (CRN 30929)

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  • HUMN 1 • Cultures, Civilizations & Ideas: The Ancient World, Online (CRN 30877)

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  • PHIL 004 • Intro to Philosophy, In Person, Meets TTh 10-11:50 a.m. (CRN 30033)
  • PHIL 20B • History Of Western Philosophy From The Renaissance Through Kant, Online (CRN 30629)

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Political Science

  • POLI 2 • Comparative Government & Politics, Online (CRN 30319)

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  • SOC 1 • Intro to Sociology, Hybrid, Meets On Campus MW 8-9:50 a.m. (CRN 30063)
  • SOC 11 • Introduction to Social Welfare, Online, (CRN 31633)
  • SOC 20 • Major Social Problems, Online (CRN 30334)

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Women's Studies

  • WMN 5 • Introduction to Women's Studies, Online (CRN 30065)
  • WMN 21 • Psychology Of Women: Sex & Gender Differences, Online (CRN 30491)

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Take a Math / Science Class


  • MATH 1A • Calculus, In-Person, TTh 4-6:15 p.m. (CRN 31809)
  • MATH 1B • Calculus, Online (CRN 31803)

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  • BIOL 45 Introduction to Human Nutrition, Online (CRN 31830)

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Physical Science & Engineering (PSE)

PSE 20 - Intro to Physical Science, Lecture 5:30PM-7:20PM TR, Lab 7:30PM-8:45PM TR, David Marasco, CRN 31624

Take a Health Sciences Class

Emergency Medical Response (EMR)

Six-Week Late Start Class, Starts Feb. 23 at Sunnyvale Center

Meets Fridays & Saturdays, 8-11:50 a.m., 1-4:50 p.m.

Credit and noncredit option available



  • HLTH 22 • Health and Social Justice, Online (CRN 31708)
  • HLTH 101 • Intro to Community Health Work, Hybrid, Meets On Campus Saturday 10 a.m.-12:50 p.m. (CRN 30772) Required course for the CHW Certificate Program.

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Take a Kinesiology or PE Class


  • KINS 8A: Theory & Concepts of Exercise Physiology, Online (CRN 31763)
  • KINS 8B: Theory & Concepts of Exercise Physiology II, Online (CRN 31764)

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Library Services

Check out your course textbooks for the full quarter —for free!

Chromebooks and calculators also available.  Email, Phone or Ask Library Staff

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Reclaiming Your Student Rights with AB 1705

Learn about Assembly Bill 1705, which helps ensure equitable placement, support and completion at California's community colleges. Read more here.

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Take Emergency Medical Responce Training This Winter

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Six-Week Late Start Class, Starts Feb. 23

Fridays & Saturdays at
Sunnyvale Center

Meets 8-11:50 a.m., 1-4:50 p.m. both days, credit and noncredit option available

Gain the knowledge and skills to work or volunteer as an emergency medical responder (EMR) to help sustain life, reduce pain and minimize the consequences of injury or sudden illness until more advanced medical help takes over.