Available courses

In today’s business world, it is necessary to have a solid understanding of how digital media is designed and developed. Beyond simply creating a web page or shooting some video footage, we need to know the audience(s) for a given project, and develop high quality material that generates the right impact.

This course broadly explores the foundations of design and development of digital media through a course-long project. Working in balanced teams, students will rapidly iterate project changes as they incorporate new design and usability understanding. At the end of the course, each student should have a portfolio-ready project.

Course Description:

Intro Film is an online course designed to introduce you to the language, theory, and aesthetics of film. During this course, we will focus on thinking critically and writing intelligently about film. As we view a broad spectrum of film styles and genres from the past 120 years of cinematic history, we will explore cinemas role as an artistic, social and meaning-making force. Our aim is to present new ways of understanding, analyzing and appreciating film and all its visual, aural and narrative conventions. 

Introduction to problems in the analysis of social structures and processes. Basic sociological concepts will be introduced and their application demonstrated in various areas of sociology.

The course includes a survey of research methods, major theoretical trends and representative works of contributors to sociology. It will present sociology’s basic concepts and study the relationships between individuals and society as well as social structures of power. The course has a focus on the analytical and critical functions of sociology and the assumptions there implied. It also studies with particular attention the interaction between social and cultural structures and that between structures and human agency. Specific insights derived from the Catholic intellectual tradition and specifically social moral theology are offered.

The course will be covered in one academic semester. However, for a complete overview of sociology students should also take SOCI 101: Introduction to Sociology: Power, Institutions and Social Change.

SPAN 201 is the third part of our four terms of Spanish offered at CCC. Students in this course will learn to talk about their daily routines using reflexive verbs, discuss past activities using the verbs Ser and Ir in the past. They will learn about meals and express their likes and dislikes.

On the last part of the course, they will learn about the use of comparatives and superlatives as well learning about verbs that change meaning in the past and use them accordingly.