Professor Adviye Tolunay, Moreno Valley College
UC, CSU (CID PSY 110) Prerequisite: None Historical and philosophical antecedents of contemporary psychology; the scientific
study of behavior and mental processes as systemized in learning, motivation, emotion, personality, intelligence,
and thought. 54 hours lecture.
UC, CSU (CID 170) Prerequisite: None This course examines individual human behavior in relation to the social environment.
It includes emphasized topics; such as, aggression, prejudice, interpersonal attraction, attitude change, gender
roles, and social cognition. 54 hours lecture.
UC, CSU (CID PSY 180) Prerequisite: None This course examines the biological, social and environmental variable of human
lifespan development in the physical, cognitive, and psychosocial domains. Theory, research, and application of
life span relevant material in psychology are presented. 54 hours lecture.
Professor Diana Pell, Riverside City College
UC, CSU (CID MATH 150) Prerequisite: MAT35 or qualifying placement level Topics include algebra review, linear and quadratic
equations and inequalities, systems of linear equations and inequalities, functions, exponential and logarithmic
functions, permutations and combinations, binomial theorem, and linear programming. 72 hours lecture.
UC, CSU (CID MATH 110) Prerequisite: MAT35 or qualifying placement level A comprehensive study of measures of central
tendency and variation, the normal distribution, the tdistribution, the chisquare distribution, linear correlation,
testing of hypotheses, probability, and estimation. Students may not receive credit for both MAT12 and MAT12H.
54 hours lecture.
Prerequisite: MAT52 or qualifying placement level The concepts introduced in beginning algebra are presented again, but
in greater depth. In addition to the basic operations, logarithms, exponential equations, systems of linear
and nonlinear equations, Cramer’s Rule, the Binomial Theorem, the complex number system, and sequences and
series are included. 90 hours lecture.

