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Featured Spring Courses

Foothill College Virtual Campus, Classes Start April 13

Foothill college has moved to a fully virtual campus in response to COVID-19. All  Spring 2020 classes will be delivered virtually through June 26, starting April 13 — 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 spring 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.

New Class This Year

Data Analytics & Business Decisions

  • BUSI 12 Introduction to Data Analytics & Business Decisions CRN 41484
    Instructor Laurence Lew
    An introduction to the exciting field of Data Analytics and its use in business and decision making, covering a broad selection of topics focused on data collection, data analysis, data visualization and data-driven decision making. Students will acquire a working knowledge of data analytics through hands-on projects and study a variety of discipline-specific topics in fields such business, engineering, social sciences, statistics, and Artificial Intelligence. No prerequisites necessary.

Core & GE Courses

Anthropology

  • ANTH 20 Native Peoples of California CRN 41471
    Instructor Michael Wilcox, CSU/UC Transferable

    Learn archival research, archaeological methods and use art and field visits in this unique course.

    Who are the indigenous people of the Bay Area? California was settled by Native Peoples thousands of years ago, before the Bay existed, when Grizzly Bears roamed the Peninsula.

    How do We explain their presence 500 years after Columbus? Dispel the mythologies of conquest and disappearance and learn the truth about California's enduring Native Americans!

    Study the many cultures of the different native inhabitants of California from the prehistoric period to the present time. The course covers an introduction to the diversity and complexity of aboriginal California, and includes their environmental adaptation, material culture, social structure, ideology, and colonization.


Art

We offer a variety of art-related courses to fit your schedule, including evenings, weekends and online. Check out these classes with seats available for fall.


Biology


Business

  • BUSI 12 Introduction to Data Analytics & Business Decisions CRN 41484
    Instructor Laurence Lew
    An introduction to the exciting field of Data Analytics and its use in business and decision making, covering a broad selection of topics focused on data collection, data analysis, data visualization and data-driven decision making. Students will acquire a working knowledge of data analytics through hands-on projects and study a variety of discipline-specific topics in fields such business, engineering, social sciences, statistics, and Artificial Intelligence. No prerequisites necessary.
  • BUSI 59 Principles of Marketing Offered Both In Person and Online
    Instructor Julianne Perry CRN41011
    Instructor Mancuso Natahsa CRN40614
    Focus on market planning strategy, determining the right product, price, distribution and promotion elements and evaluating the results of effective marketing decision-making from both a marketer's and a consumer's perspective. This course  is part of a new  Digital Marketin Certificate, available 2020-2021. Get started now with this course.  Learn more about the program

Counseling

  • CNSL 72: Stress, Wellness & Coping CRN 40677
    Instructor Clifton Der Bing
    Explore and become familiar with symptoms of stress, depression, and anxiety. Learn, practice, and understand effective coping strategies to promote self-awareness, personal wellness, and academic success.

English

Take an Online Course to fit your schedule!


English as a Second Language

To meet our community needs, we offer non-credit (no fee) and for-credit ESL classes.


Graphics & Interactive Design

Take great GID courses!


History


Mathematics


Media Studies


Music


Philosophy


Photography

  • PHOT 8 Photography of Multicultural America CRN
    ONLINE, Instructor Ron Herman.
    3 NEWLY ADDED SECTIONS CRN 41726,  41727, 41728  

    Examination of photography's role in shaping ideas about race, class, gender, sexuality and national identity in America.

 

  • PHOT 4B Photoshop for Photographers II CRN 40454
    Instructor Lesley Louden
    Fine tune your photo editing skills! Intermediate-level exploration with the tools for expressive communication in digital photography using Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Photoshop Lightroom.

Physical Education

Take a PE Activity Class for Health & Wellness


Sociology

  • SOC 20 Major Social Problems CRN 41686 Instructor John Fox
    An identification and analysis of contemporary social problems including (1) the role of power and ideology in the definition of social problems, (2) their causes and consequences, (3) evaluations of proposed solutions, and (4) methods of intervention.

Spanish


Community Education Classes

Did you know you can sign up for a pool or gym membership at Foothill? Our Community Education Department also offers non-credit classes in aqua fitness, project management, continuing education in pesticide regulation, and more!

 For details on all, visit the Community Education page.

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