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FAMILY & CONSUMER SCIENCES: LIFE MANAGEMENT

Family Consumer & Health Sciences Division

Upon successful completion of the Family and Consumer Science ( Life Management) Program, the student demonstrates a general knowledge of life skills that can be applied to family life and to success in the workplace; to transfer toward a bachelor's degree as a generalist in Family and Consumer Science or in one if the specific program areas; or to pursue specific certificates in Child Care, Home Health Care, Convalescent Care, Consumer Credit Counseling, or Consumer Affairs.

Total Units Required 36
Required Courses Units

FCS 2 Life Management 3

FCS 5 Nutrition 3

OR

FCS 6 Basic Nutrition -

FCS 8 Food Preparation 3

FCS 10 Interior Design 3

FCS 3 Home Management and Finance 3

FCS 21 Child Development 3

FCS 23 Marriage and the Family 3

FCS 42 Textiles 3

FCS 47A Clothing Construction 3

ELECTIVES See Group I below 9

Group I (Electives)
(minimum of 9 units from any courses in the following departments)

Family and Consumer Sciences 1-99

Culinary Arts 1-99

FAMILY DAY CARE PROVIDER

Family Consumer & Health Sciences Division

Upon successful completion of this program, the student demonstrates skills, knowledge, and training of a family day care provider. Skills demonstrated by the student include an understanding of child discipline and child development that can be applied to providing developmentally appropriate nurturing care to children in the family childcare setting.

Total Units Required 7
Required Courses Units

FCS 21 Child Development 3

FCS 63 Child Discipline 1

FCS 70* Introduction to Family Day Care 1

H ED 30** Standard First Aid 2

*Individuals who are already licensed Family Day Care

Providers may substitute one unit from the following:

FCS 71 Children, Imagination, and Books 1

FCS 72 Play and Learning 1

FCS 73 Preschool Art 1

FCS 74 Preschool Science 1

**A current Red Cross CPR and First Aid certificate may be

substituted for H ED 30.

FASHION MERCHANDISING

Family Consumer & Health Sciences Division

Upon successful completion of the Fashion Merchandising program, the student demonstrates the basic skills and knowledge required for careers in the Fashion Industry. Completion of this certificate opens and expands employment opportunities in the field of fashion.

Total Units Required 33

Required Courses Units

FCS 40 Introduction to Fashion Merchandising 3

FCS 41 Fashion Product Knowledge 3

FCS 42 Textiles 3

FCS 43 Origins of Fashion 3

FCS 44 Clothing in Contemporary Society 3

FCS 45 Fashion Sales and Promotion 3

FCS 46 Visual Merchandising 3

FCS 47A Clothing Construction 3

FCS 52 Fashion Field Study 3

ELECTIVES See Group I below 6

Group I (Electives)

(minimum of 6 units from the following)

BUS 21 Marketing 3

BUS 22 Professional Selling 3

BUS 23 Advertising 3

BUS 82 Business Mathematics 2

OR

MATH (any course) 3 - 4

COMM ST 1A Fundamentals of Speech 3



FIRE SCIENCE

Applied Science & Technology Division

Upon successful completion of the Fire Science Certificate program, the student demonstrates skills, knowledge, and training for a position in the fire service. The student demonstrates his or her ability to recognize and understand the concepts and terminology that is needed to understand the fire service.

Total Units Required 43-45
First Semester Units

FIRE 70 Fire Protection Organization 3

FIRE 71 Fire Protection Technology 3

ELECTIVE General Education Requirement:

Natural Sciences: See Group I 3

BUS 82B Business Mathematics 2

AND

BUS 82C Business Mathematics 2

Second Semester

FIRE 74 Fire Behavior & Combustion 3

H S 77B Emergency Medical Technician I 4

PSYCH 1 Introduction to Psychology 3

OR

PSYCH 20 Stress Management 1

Third Semester

FIRE 72 Fire Protection Equipment & Systems 3

FIRE 73 Building Construction for Fire Protection 3

MATH 80 Elementary Algebra 4

ELECTIVES See Group II below 3

Fourth Semester

FIRE 91 Basic Fire Academy 10

Group I (Electives)
(one course from the Group I, Natural Sciences, General Education Requirements)

Group II (Electives)
(minimum of 3 units from the following)

FIRE 75 Fire Hydraulics 3

FIRE 92 Fire Investigation 3

FIRE 95A Command, Fire Strategy and Tactics 3

NOTE:

Please refer to page 61 for program Special Admission Requirement information.

FITNESS SPECIALIST

Physical Education & Recreation Division

Upon successful completion of the Fitness Specialist Certificate, the student demonstrates skills, knowledge, and training for entry level or higher positions in the fitness industry. The student demonstrates skills, knowledge, and training for employment as strength and condition instructors, exercise testing technicians, weight training coaches, and personal fitness trainers; to conduct fitness evaluations for individual design programs that include nutrition, exercise plans, and motivation approaches; and to transfer to a bachelor's degree program in physical education or kinesiology.

Total Units Required 18
Recommended Sequence:
First Semester Units

PE 48 Exercise Science 3

Second Semester

PE 49 Psychology of Sports 3

PE 50 Nutrition for Fitness & Sport 3

Third Semester

PE 51 Fitness Assessment & Exercise Prescription 2

PE 42V Theory & Application of Weight Training 2

Fourth Semester

H ED 31 Emergency Response 3

PE 45 Special Project: Physical Education 2

FLUID POWER & AUTOMATION TECHNOLOGY

Applied Science & Technology Division

Upon successful completion of the Fluid Power and Automation Certificate, the student demonstrates skills, knowledge and training for employment in the following fluid power industry positions: fluid power mechanic, fluid power technician, and salesperson in fluid power industry. The student demonstrates his or her ability to apply knowledge of physics and mathematics in solving applied fluid power problems; plan and install complex fluid power systems; maintain, troubleshoot, and repair control systems using proper tools and procedures; and select, compile, and use technical information from reference materials. The student demonstrates the skills, knowledge and training to take the Fluid Power Society certification exams for fluid power mechanics, technicians, and specialists. This program is accredited by the Fluid Power Education Foundation (FPEF).

Total Units Required 30
Recommended Sequence:
First Semester Units

INDUS 31 Industrial Hydraulics 4

INDUS 37 Industrial Pneumatics 4

INDUS 94 Industrial Mathematics 3

INDUS 95 Principles of Technology 3

Second Semester

INDUS 35 Mobile Hydraulics 4

INDUS 41 Instrumentation and Process Control 3

ELECT 11 AC and DC Network Analysis 5

OR

ELECT 30 Fundamentals of Electricity 5

MECH 15 Machine Tool Process 4


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