Spring 2017 Class Schedule (ARC)



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HLACT 311    Human Lactation for Lactation Counselors & Educators     2.5 Units

Prerequisite: HLACT 302 with a grade of "C" or better
Corequisite: HLACT 301 or NURSE 391; AND HLACT 321.
Advisory: ECE 312, PSYC 300, PSYC 372, or SPEECH 361
Course Transferable to CSU
Hours: 42 hours LEC ; 9 hours LAB
Description: This course prepares healthcare professionals, or other interested individuals who work with mothers and children, to provide evidence-based support to families, focusing on the normal processes of human lactation, the principles of adult education, and the art of counseling. It enables participants to provide accurate and consistent information about breastfeeding and lactation from birth through the process of weaning to improve breastfeeding outcomes.

Schedule: Other Term, Jan 30-Apr 05
MW        04:30PM-07:00PM LEC K.Fox                ARC MAIN HeEd 710        19715 
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MW        04:30PM-07:00PM LEC TBA                  ARC MAIN HeEd 710        19715 Textbook
MW        04:30PM-07:00PM LEC TBA                  ARC MAIN HeEd 710        19715 Textbook
MW        04:30PM-07:00PM LEC TBA                  ARC MAIN HeEd 710        19715 Textbook
MW        04:30PM-07:00PM LEC TBA                  ARC MAIN HeEd 710        19715 Textbook
Lecture dates for this class are as follows: 1/30, 2/1, 2/8, 2/13, 2/15, 2/22, 3/1, 3/6, 3/8, 3/15, 3/20, 3/22, 3/27, 4/3, 4/5.

Schedule: Other Term, Feb 06-Mar 29
M         04:30PM-06:35PM LAB K.Fox                ARC MAIN HeEd 710          
M         04:30PM-06:35PM LAB TBA                  ARC MAIN HeEd 710          
M         04:30PM-06:35PM LAB TBA                  ARC MAIN HeEd 710          
W         04:30PM-06:35PM LAB TBA                  ARC MAIN HeEd 710          
Lab dates for this class are as follows: 2/6, 2/27, 3/13, 3/29.


HLACT 321    Interpreting Baby Behavior    .5 Units

Prerequisite: None.
Course Transferable to CSU
Hours: 9 hours LEC
Description: This course provides expertise in cutting-edge, evidence-based messages about babies' cues, crying, and sleep patterns and how to teach these to new parents. Parents with inaccurate expectations about infant behavior are less able to interact effectively with their infants. Infant crying and waking are common reasons for using supplemental formula or discontinuing breastfeeding. Helping parents better understand their infant's behavior supports new mothers in providing appropriate interactions and responsiveness to their infant's needs while meeting their breastfeeding goals, preventing overfeeding and the risk of obesity. This expertise is essential for lactation support professionals as well as for those in the child development and early childhood education professions.

Schedule: Five Week - Second, Feb 23-Mar 29
T         04:00PM-05:20PM LEC K.Fox                ARC MAIN HeEd 710        13464 
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Spring 2017 Class Schedule

Updated: May 5, 2017