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Section IV

Administration of Justice

A J 21 Criminal Justice in Society Units 3
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is a review of the history and philosophy of administration of justice in America. The student identifies the various subsystems, role expectations, and their interrelationships; theories of crime, punishment, and rehabilitation; and ethics, education, and training for professionalism in the system. (UC, CSU, CAN AJ 2)

A J 22 Concepts of Criminal Law Units 3
Prerequisites: Reading level II.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is a review of the historical development and philosophy of law and constitutional provisions, definitions, classification of crime, and their application to the system of administration of justice, legal research, study of case law, methodology, and concepts of law as a social force. (UC, CSU, CAN AJ 4)

A J 23 Principles and Procedures of
The Justice System Units 3
Prerequisites: Reading level II.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an introduction to the in-depth study of the role and responsibilities of each segment within the administration of justice system: law enforcement, judicial, and corrections. A past, present, and future exposure to each subsystem's procedures from initial entry to final disposition, and the relationship each segment maintains with its system members is covered. (CSU)

A J 24 Legal Aspects of Evidence Units 3
Prerequisites: Reading level II.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an introduction to the origin, development, philosophy, and constitutional basis of evidence; constitutional procedural considerations affecting arrest, search, and seizure; kinds and degrees of evidence and rules governing admissibility, judicial decisions interpreting individual rights, and case studies. (CSU, CAN AJ 6)

A J 25 Criminal Investigation Units 3
Prerequisites: Reading level II.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an introduction to the fundamentals of investigation which include crime scene search; the recording, collection and preservation of physical evidence; scientific aids; modus operandi; and sources of information; interviews and interrogation; follow up and case preparation. (CSU, CAN AJ 8)

A J 26 Patrol Procedures Units 3
Prerequisites: Reading level II.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to teach responsibilities, techniques, and methods of police patrol. Identification of police hazards, beat patrol and observation techniques of responding to crime and emergencies, crime prevention and community policy concepts are introduced. (CSU)

A J 28 Juvenile Law and Procedures Units 3
Prerequisites: Reading level II.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to introduce the student to the organization, function, and jurisdiction of juvenile justice agencies; the processing and detention of juveniles; juvenile case study and disposition; juvenile statutes, and court procedures. (CSU)

A J 30A Critical Issues in The Justice System Units 3
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is one of two courses focusing on critical issues in the criminal justice system. It is designed to bring professional practitioners and qualified experts into the classroom to interact with students. The intent of the course is to provide an arena for the student to develop critical thinking skills and problem solving skills toward critical issues in the justice system. Topics include community policing, the county courts, decriminalization of drugs, plea bargaining, and gangs. (CSU)

A J 31 Report Preparation Units 3
Prerequisites: Reading level II.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an introduction to the practical aspects of gathering, organizing, and preparing written reports for law enforcement and correctional activities on local, state, and federal levels. The course includes the techniques of communicating facts, information, and ideas effectively in a simple, clear, and logical manner for various types of criminal justice system reports, letters, memoranda, directives, and administrative reports. The student gains practical experience in note-taking, report writing, and presenting testimony in court. (CSU)

A J 39 Crime Prevention Units 3
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an in-depth exploration of all aspects of crime prevention. The approach is from an overall systems point of view to that of individual citizens wishing to avoid becoming a crime statistic. Special emphasis is placed on pragmatic crime prevention programs and individualized crime prevention projects for students. (CSU)

A J 40 Community Relations Units 3
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to treat current aspects and problems of police community relations. Among the topics covered are police image, role conflict, communication techniques, managing abnormal behavior in the field, crisis areas, and political fringe groups. (UC, CSU)

A J 41 Narcotics Investigation and Control Units 3
Prerequisites: Reading level II.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to provide the student with an introduction to the identification of narcotics and dangerous drugs, contraband, investigation problems, laws, the impact of drug use on the community, and methods relating to the suppression and prosecution of narcotics and dangerous drug violations. (CSU)

A J 50H Special Studies: Administration of
Justice Units 1-2
Prerequisites: Reading level II; completion of AJ 21 and one additional core course with grade of "B" or better and presentation of a project acceptable to the instructor and division chairperson.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is open to any student who wishes to do advanced work in the field of administration of justice. The course may include research, directed reading, field work, class work, or advanced study, and the course may be repeated for a maximum of four units. (CSU)

A J 51 Introduction to Correctional Science Units 3
Prerequisites: Reading level II.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to provide the student with an overview of the history and trends of adult and juvenile corrections, including probation and parole. It focuses on the legal issues, specific laws, and general operation of correctional institutions. The relationship between corrections and other components of the judicial system is examined. (CSU)

A J 53 Correctional Interviewing and
Interventions Units 3
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an overview of the techniques in interviewing and interventions available to practitioners in corrections. The student demonstrates the use of appropriate techniques and theories in confidence-building which may be used by the correctional employee in client interviews. This is a basic course for the student who is planning to enter or who is already employed within the correctional science field. (CSU)

A J 54 Introduction to Probation and Parole Units 3
Prerequisites: Reading level II.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to provide an introduction to the structure and functions of probation as a judicial process and parole as an executive function. Comparisons of the correctional process concerned with the evaluation, treatment, and control of offenders are made. (CSU)

A J 55 Control and Supervision in
Corrections Units 3
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: A J 51.

This course is an overview of supervision and control of inmates in local, state, and federal correctional institutions. The issues of supervision and control in a continuum from institutional daily living through crisis situations are introduced and discussed. The course emphasizes the role played by the offender and the correctional worker. Topics include inmate subculture, violence, effects of crowding on inmates and staff, and coping techniques for correctional officers in a hostile prison environment. The causes and effects of abusive tactics are discussed. (CSU)

A J 57 Legal Aspects of Corrections Units 3
Prerequisites: Reading level II.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: A J 51.

This course is designed to provide the student with an awareness of the historical framework, concepts, and precedents that guide correctional practice. The course addresses the individual's perspective of the corrections environment, the civil rights of prisoners, and the responsibilities and the liabilities of corrections officials. (CSU)

A J 69V Internship: Administration of
Justice Units 1-8
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: The student must enroll in a course that is directly related to the administration of justice internship. The student must enroll in a minimum of 7 units during the semester including internship units. For summer session, the student must enroll in one related course in addition to internship. The combined total number of units a student may take in internship, work experience, and occupational practice may not exceed a maximum of 16 units. Participation requires submission and approval of internship program objectives and an employer internship agreement.
Advisories: GUID 30, 31, 32, 33.

This course is designed for the student participating in an occupational internship in administration of justice. Application of discipline-related skills and knowledge of Secretaries Commission on Achieving Necessary Skills (SCANS) competencies is emphasized. Each student is engaged in a specific research project or on-the-job learning activities under the supervision of a worksite supervisor and a college internship instructor. (CSU)

A J 71 Basic Academy: Institutions Units 33
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: Must meet State minimum requirements for peace officers; passage of Academy testing and examination process which includes entry-level written examination, submission of medical examination, fingerprints, and a felony disclaimer; no felony convictions or legal mandates that restrict or prohibit employment as a youth counselor or a correctional officer.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to provide the student with the background and training needed to perform the ward supervisory duties required of youth counselors in the California Youth Authority (CYA) or correctional officers in the California Department of Corrections (CDC). The Commission on Correctional Peace Officers' Standards and Training (CPOST) certifies this course. Upon successful completion, the student receives a San Joaquin Delta College Basic Academy Certificate of Completion.

A J 73 Basic Academy: Corrections Units 32
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: Must meet State minimum requirements for peace officers; passage of Academy testing and examination process which includes entry-level written examination, submission of medical examination, fingerprints, and a felony disclaimer; no felony convictions or legal mandates that restrict or prohibit employment as a correctional officer.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to provide the student with the background and training needed to perform the duties required of correctional officers in the California Department of Corrections (CDC). The Commission on Correctional Peace Officers' Standards and Training (CPOST) certifies this course. Upon successful completion, the student receives a San Joaquin Delta College Basic Academy Certificate of Completion.

A J 89 Arrest and Firearms: Penal Code 832 Units 4
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: Completion of a felony disclaimer.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to provide the student with an introductory overview to the law enforcement profession in the State of California. This course satisfies the Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST) academic training requirements for California Penal Code Section 832.

A J 90 Selected Topics: Administration
of Justice Units 0.5-2
Prerequisites: None; exempt from assessment testing.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to offer instruction in one or more of the specialized areas of administration of justice not already covered by the existing curriculum. Units in this course do not count toward an associate degree.

A J 91 Private Security Academy Units 5
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: Must submit to a criminal records check, no felony convictions (Calif. Penal Code 12021), or legal mandates that restrict or prohibit employment as a law enforcement officer.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to provide the student with the skills necessary to ensure satisfactory completion of the requirements of the California Department of Consumer Affairs for Security Officers. This course also prepares the student for future participation in any California Police Basic Academy.

A J 92V Work Experience: Correctional
Science Units 1-8
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: The student must enroll in a course that is directly related to the administration of justice work experience. The student must enroll in a minimum of 7 units during the semester including work experience units. For summer session, the student must enroll in one related course in addition to work experience. The combined total number of units a student may take in internship, work experience, and occupational practice may not exceed a maximum of 16 units. Participation requires submission and approval of work experience program objectives and an employer work experience agreement.
Advisories: GUID 30, 31, 32, 33.

This course is designed for the student employed in administration of justice. The course objectives are developed by the students in consultation with his or her supervisor. The student is engaged in a specific research project or on-the-job learning activities under the supervision of a worksite supervisor and a college work experience instructor. To register, complete an application form available at the Applied Science and Technology Division office, Holt 140.

A J 93 Basic Peace Officer Academy Units 20
Prerequisites: None.
Corequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: No felony convictions or legal mandates that restrict or prohibit employment as a law enforcement officer; must meet State minimum requirements for peace officers; passage of academy testing and examination process which includes entry-level written examination, submission of medical examination, fingerprints, and a felony disclaimer.

This course is designed for basic entry level training for the student preparing for a position as Level I Reserve Officers, Police Officers, and Deputy Sheriffs assigned to patrol. This course is certified by the State of California Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST). Upon successful completion, the student receives a San Joaquin Delta College Certificate of Completion and is certified by the State of California Department of Justice.

Agriculture Business

AGBUS 10 Agricultural Accounting Units 3
Prerequisites: Reading level II.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to provide the student with the principles of agricultural accounting systems and records. Accounting principles relating to cash, receivables, inventories, depreciation, payroll, payables, and income tax are included. The course examines the use of enterprise budgets, cash flow budgets, and financial statements to enhance agribusiness management decision making. (CSU)

AGBUS 12 Agricultural Economics Units 3
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to examine the basic economic principles of resource allocation, production, cost analysis, and market price equilibrium with primary application to the agricultural sector. The course includes pricing and marketing of agricultural commodities, survey of agricultural credit, and policy issues. (UC, CSU)

AGBUS 13 Agriculture and Natural
Resource Mathematics Units 3
Prerequisites: Reading level II.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an introduction to fundamental arithmetic and algebraic operations including fractions, decimals, equations, percentages, ratios, proportions, and linear, area, and volume measurements. Computations involving plant populations, farm machine outputs, construction costs, feed ingredients, and farm finance are stressed. (CSU)

AGBUS 15 Agribusiness Computer
Applications Units 3
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is a basic introduction to ag business computer applications in the workplace. Students use personal computers, software applications, including word processing, spreadsheets, databases, internet, and other software appropriate to agribusiness. (CSU, CAN AG 2)

AGBUS 46 Agricultural Marketing Units 3
Prerequisites: Reading level II.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to provide a survey of marketing aspects of the agricultural industry. The course includes an overview of the structure and institutional aspects of the marketing system. Industry studies of the marketing of selected locally grown commodities are included. (CSU)

AGBUS 50H Special Studies: Agriculture
Business Units 1-2
Prerequisites: Completion of survey course with a grade of "B" or better and presentation of a project acceptable to the instructor and division chairperson.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is open to the student qualified to do advanced work in the field. The course may include research, directed reading, field work, or other advanced study and the course may be repeated for a maximum total of four units. (CSU)

AGBUS 69V Internship: Agricultural
Business Units 1-8
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: The student must enroll in a course that is directly related to the agricultural business internship. The student must enroll in a minimum of 7 units during the semester including internship units. For summer session, the student must enroll in one related course in addition to internship. The combined total number of units a student may take in internship, work experience, and occupational practice may not exceed a maximum of 16 units. Participation requires submission and approval of internship program objectives and an employer internship agreement.
Advisories: GUID 30, 31, 32, 33.

This course is designed for the student participating in an occupational internship in agricultural business. Application of discipline-related skills and knowledge of Secretaries Commission on Achieving Necessary Skills (SCANS) competencies is emphasized. Each student is engaged in a specific research project or on-the-job learning activities under the supervision of a worksite supervisor and a college internship instructor. (CSU)

AGBUS 75 Selected Topics: Agriculture Units 0.5-3
Prerequisites: None; exempt from assessment testing.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to offer instruction in one or more of the specialized areas of agriculture not already covered by the existing curriculum. Units in this course do not count toward an associate degree.

AGBUS 96V Work Experience: Agricultural
Business Units 1-8
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: The student must enroll in a course that is directly related to the agricultural business work experience. The student must enroll in a minimum of 7 units during the semester including work experience units. For summer session, the student must enroll in one related course in addition to work experience. The combined total number of units a student may take in internship, work experience, and occupational practice may not exceed a maximum of 16 units. Participation requires submission and approval of work experience program objectives and an employer work experience agreement.
Advisories: GUID 30, 31, 32, 33.

This course is designed for the student employed in agricultural business. The course objectives are developed by the students in consultation with their supervisor. Students are engaged in a specific research project or on-the-job learning activities under the supervision of a worksite supervisor and a college work experience instructor. To register, complete an application form available at the Applied Science and Technology Division office, Holt 140.

Agriculture Engineering

AGEGR 20A Agricultural and Natural
Resources Shop Skills Units 2
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an introduction to basic agricultural and natural resources skills required in shop practices including proper selection and care of tools and equipment. Skills are developed in the area of wood working, metal working, welding, electrical, and plumbing, including the selection, use, care, and safety of tools and equipment. (CSU)

AGEGR 21 Agricultural Welding Units 2
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to introduce the techniques used in the construction and repair of agricultural equipment. The student uses arc welders and oxy-actylene torches for fusion welding, heating, brazing, cutting, and hardsurfacing metals. Metal Inert Gas (MIG) and Tungsten Inert Gas (TIG) welding are emphasized. (CSU)

AGEGR 30A Introduction to Industrial and
Commercial Engines Units 5
Prerequisites: Reading level II.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to introduce the student to the basic theory, maintenance, construction, and repair of two-stroke and four-stroke commercial, industrial, recreational, marine, motorcycle, and lawn and garden engines. (CSU)

AGEGR 30B Industrial and Commercial
Engines Units 5
Prerequisites: Reading level II.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to prepare the student to analyze, trouble-shoot, repair, and overhaul both two-cycle and four-cycle engines and their industrial applications. (CSU)

AGEGR 30C Industrial Equipment: Electrical and
Electronic Systems Units 5
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to prepare the student to analyze and repair electrical problems found on industrial and commercial engines and equipment. (CSU)

AGEGR 30D Industrial Equipment: Power
Trains Units 5
Prerequisites: Reading level II.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to introduce specialized applications, drive trains, clutches, transmissions, and final drives. The student learns how to write work orders, develops parts lists, and works with customers. (CSU)

AGEGR 33 Equipment Maintenance and
Operation Units 2
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to introduce the safe operation and use of wheel tractors, crawlers, skid loaders, front end loaders, backhoes, and forklifts. Preventive maintenance, adjustments, minor repairs, and servicing of equipment are emphasized. (CSU, CAN AG 4)

AGEGR 50H Special Studies: Agriculture
Engineering Units 1-2
Prerequisites: Completion of survey course with grade of "B" or better and presentation of a project acceptable to the instructor and division chairperson.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is open to the student qualified for advanced work in the field. The course may include research, directed reading, field work, or other advanced study and the course may be repeated for a maximum of four units. (CSU)

AGEGR 64 Basic Engines Units 3
Prerequisites: Reading level II or concurrent enrollment in reading.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an introduction to the fundamentals of two-stroke and four-stroke engines in relationship to oils, lubrication, safety inspections, precision measurements, and related mathematics. (CSU)

AGEGR 65 Engine Theory Basics Units 3
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to instruct the student in the proper safety and operational theory of internal combustion engines. Emphasis is placed on operational theory and preventive maintenance of the engines found on most compact equipment. Information provided in the course enables the student to better understand service work performed on equipment. (CSU)

AGEGR 66 Compact Diesel Engines Units 2
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an explanation of the design, operation, and proper maintenance of the latest compact diesel engines approved by the California Air Resources Board (CARB) for operation and sales in California after 1997. Topics include fuel characteristics, current emissions testing and standards, related engine systems, operation, and trouble-shooting. Problem-solving component failures and disassembly/assembly of a representative engine is included. Upon successful completion of this course the student is prepared to take the Outdoor Power Equipment Certification (OPEC) test. (CSU)

AGEGR 69V Internship: Agricultural
Engineering Units 1-8
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: The student must enroll in a course that is directly related to the agricultural engineering internship. The student must enroll in a minimum of 7 units during the semester including internship units. For summer session, the student must enroll in one related course in addition to internship. The combined total number of units a student may take in internship, work experience, and occupational practice may not exceed a maximum of 16 units. Participation requires submission and approval of internship program objectives and an employer internship agreement.
Advisories: GUID 30, 31, 32, 33.

This course is designed for the student participating in an occupational internship in agricultural engineering. Application of discipline-related skills and knowledge of Secretaries Commission on Achieving Necessary Skills (SCANS) competencies is emphasized. Each student is engaged in a specific research project or on-the-job learning activities under the supervision of a worksite supervisor and a college internship instructor. (CSU)

AGEGR 75 Selected Topics:
Agricultural Engineering Units 0.5-3
Prerequisites: None; exempt from assessment testing.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to offer instruction in one or more of the specialized areas of agricultural engineering not already covered by the existing curriculum. Units in this course do not count toward an

associate degree.

AGEGR 87A Compact Engines Specialization Units 3
Prerequisites: AGEGR 30D.
Limitations on Enrollment: This course requires instructor approval to enroll.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed for the advanced student in compact engines. The student completes an advanced specialized project developed in consultation with the instructor.

AGEGR 96V Work Experience: Agriculture
Engineering Units 1-8
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: The student must enroll in a course that is directly related to the agricultural engineering work experience. The student must enroll in a minimum of 7 units during the semester including work experience units. For summer session, the students must enroll in one related course in addition to work experience. The combined total number of units a student may take in internship, work experience, and occupational practice may not exceed a maximum of 16 units. Participation requires submission and approval of work experience program objectives and an employer work experience agreement.
Advisories: GUID 30, 31, 32, 33.

This course is designed for the student employed in agricultural engineering. The course objectives are developed by the students in consultation with their his or her supervisor. The student is engaged in a specific research project or on-the-job learning activities under the supervision of a worksite supervisor and a college work experience instructor. To register, complete an application form available at the Applied Science and Technology Division office, Holt 140.

Animal Husbandry Sciences

AH SC 10 Principles of Animal Science Units 3
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to provide an overview of the principles of animal science and the interrelationships of domestic animals and mankind. The course investigates various disciplines including anatomy and physiology, reproduction, nutrition, animal health, animal products, animal behavior, and genetics. (UC, CSU, CAN AG 6)

AH SC 10L Principles of Animal Science
Laboratory Units 1
Prerequisites: AH SC 10, or concurrent enrollment in AH SC 10.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to provide an introduction to the empirical methods including data collection and analysis as well as an investigation of the basic management concepts associated with animal science. (CSU)

AH SC 11A Introduction to Livestock
Evaluation Units 2
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to introduce the student to the basic factors involved in evaluation and selection of breeding, feeder and market animals, and the application of these factors in the livestock industry. The visual appraisal of live animals and carcasses combined with production records are used to determine the practical usefulness and productivity of livestock. (UC, CSU)

AH SC 11B Beginning Livestock Evaluation Units 2
Prerequisites: AH SC 11A with a grade of "C" or better.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to introduce the student to the basic factors involved in evaluation and selection of breeding, feeder and market animals, and the application of these factors in the livestock industry. The visual appraisal of live animals and carcasses combined with production records are used to determine the practical usefulness and productivity of livestock. (UC, CSU)

AH SC 11C Intermediate Livestock Evaluation Units 2
Prerequisites: AH SC 11B with a grade of "C" or better.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to introduce the student to the basic factors involved in evaluation and selection of breeding, feeder and market animals and the application of these factors in the livestock industry. The visual appraisal of live animals and carcasses, combined with production records, will be used to determine the practical usefulness and productivity of livestock. (UC, CSU)

AH SC 11D Advanced Livestock Evaluation Units 2
Prerequisites: AH SC 11C with a grade of "C" or better.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to introduce the student to the basic factors involved in evaluation and selection of breeding, feeder and market animals, and the application of these factors in the livestock industry. The visual appraisal of live animals and carcasses combined with production records are used to determine the practical usefulness and productivity of livestock. (UC, CSU)

AH SC 19 Feeds and Feeding Units 3
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to introduce animal nutrition and its application to livestock feeding programs. The course includes composition and nutritional value of animal feeds, digestion, assimilation, and utilization of feeds. The nutritional requirements of farm animals and economical feeding programs are presented. (CSU, CCAg 240)

AH SC 21 Livestock Production Units 3
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course introduces students to the beef, sheep, and swine industry in California and in the United States. The breed, market classes, grades, and selection of marketing and breeding animals are stressed. The feeding, care, management, and marketing of the different segments of the industry are discussed. (CSU)

AH SC 25A Introduction to Livestock
Presentation Units 2
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to prepare the student to apply animal husbandry practices and procedures that are involved with domestic farm animals. The use of equipment and facilities, handling of animals, and preparation of a budget and calendar of operations are discussed. The planning and purchase of feeder animals are covered. (CSU)

AH SC 25B Beginning Livestock Presentation Units 2
Prerequisites: AH SC 25A with a grade of "C" or better.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to prepare the student to apply animal husbandry practices and procedures that are involved with domestic farm animals. The use of equipment and facilities, handling of animals, and preparation of a budget and calendar of operation are discussed. The planning and purchase of feeder animals are covered. (CSU)

AH SC 25C Intermediate Livestock
Presentation Units 2
Prerequisites: Reading level II or concurrent enrollment in reading. AH SC 25B with a grade of "C" or better.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to prepare students to apply animal husbandry practices and procedures that are involved with domestic farm animals. The use of equipment and facilities, handling of animals, and preparation of a budget and calendar of operation are discussed. The planning and purchase of feeder animals are covered. (CSU)

AH SC 25D Advanced Livestock Presentation Units 2
Prerequisites: AH SC 25C with a grade of "C" or better.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to prepare the student to apply animal husbandry practices and procedures that are involved with domestic farm animals. The use of equipment and facilities, handling of animals, and preparation of a budget and calendar of operation are discussed. The planning and purchase of feeder animals are covered. (CSU)

AH SC 28 Basic Horse Husbandry Units 3
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to provide an introduction to the horse industry in the United States. The student studies types, breeds, selection, care, and management of the light horse. (CSU, CAN AG 26)

AH SC 34 Animal Health and Sanitation Units 3
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an overview of elementary anatomy and physiology of livestock including preventive measures for common diseases and parasites. The safe use of various vaccines, equipment, and restraint techniques used in the routine treatment of farm animals and the selection of proper treatment techniques, veterinary terminology, and handling practices are included. (CSU, CCAg 245)

AH SC 36 Livestock Breeding Units 3
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to introduce the student to the anatomy and physiology of farm animal reproduction and the basic principles of genetics and their application to livestock production. Gestation, parturition, lactation, artificial insemination, embryo transfer, inheritance, breeding systems, production testing, and selection for breeding are included. (CSU)

AH SC 50H Special Studies: Animal Husbandry
Sciences Units 1-2
Prerequisites: Completion of survey course with grade of "B" or better and presentation of a project acceptable to the instructor and division chairperson.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is open to the student qualified to do advanced work in the field. The course may include research, directed reading, field work, or other advanced study, and the course may be repeated for a maximum total of 4 units. (CSU)

AH SC 69V Internship: Animal Science Units 1-8
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: The student must enroll in a course that is directly related to the animal science internship. The student must enroll in a minimum of 7 units during the semester including internship units. For summer session, the student must enroll in one related course in addition to internship. The combined total number of units a student may take in internship, work experience, and occupational practice may not exceed a maximum of 16 units. Participation requires submission and approval of internship program objectives and an employer internship agreement.
Advisories: GUID 30, 31, 32, 33.

This course is designed for the student participating in an occupational internship in animal science. Application of discipline-related skills and knowledge of Secretaries Commission on Achieving Necessary Skills (SCANS) competencies is emphasized. Each student is engaged in a specific research project or on-the-job learning activities under the supervision of a worksite supervisor and a college internship instructor. (CSU)

AH SC 75 Selected Topics:
Agricultural Engineering Units 0.5-3
Prerequisites: None; exempt from assessment testing.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to offer instruction in one or more of the specialized areas of animal husbandry not already covered by the existing curriculum. Units in this course do not count toward an associate degree.

AH SC 96V Work Experience: Animal
Husbandry Science Units 1-8
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: The student must enroll in a course that is directly related to the agricultural engineering work experience. The student must enroll in a minimum of 7 units during the semester including work experience units. For summer session, the student must enroll in one related course in addition to work experience. The combined total number of units a student may take in internship, work experience, and occupational practice may not exceed a maximum of 16 units. Participation requires submission and approval of work experience program objectives and an employer work experience agreement.
Advisories: GUID 30, 31, 32, 33.

This course is designed for the student employed in the area of animal science. The course objectives are developed by the students in consultation with his or her supervisor. The student is engaged in a specific research project or on-the-job learning activities under the supervision of a worksite supervisor and a college work experience instructor. To register, complete an application form available at the Applied Science and Technology Division office, Holt 140.

Anthropology

ANTHR 1 Cultural Anthropology Units 3
Prerequisites: Reading level II.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is a survey of various contemporary cultures which seeks to promote an awareness of cross-cultural uniformity and diversity. The basic concepts in cultural anthropology such as kinship, economic, political systems, and symbolic organization including religion, ritual, and folklore are discussed along with issues of social inequality and culture change. (UC, CSU, CAN ANTH 4)

ANTHR 2 Physical Anthropology Units 3
Prerequisites: Reading level II.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an introduction to physical evolution of humans from the earliest hominid forms to modern groups. Drawing from biological, geological, and anthropological data, the course examines the various forces acting on evolutionary primate development. The course also examines human physical variations in contemporary populations and discusses the problem of racial classification. (UC, CSU, CAN ANTH 2)

ANTHR 2L Physical Anthropology Laboratory Units 1
Prerequisites: Completion of or concurrent enrollment in ANTHR 2.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed as a laboratory course which supplements ANTHR 2. The student becomes familiar with the process used in identifying and analyzing human skeletal remains, the physical evidence used in the study of primate evolution including fossilization, geologic time scale and archaeological reconstruction of prehistoric activities, comparative osteology of non-human primates, primate behavior, paleoanthropology, and the development of stone tool technologies. (UC, CSU)

ANTHR 4 Introduction to Linguistics Units 3
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an introduction to the study of language in theory and practice. The student explores what is known about human language, its uniqueness, its structure, its use, its diversity, and its universality. An effort is made to analyze the relationship between language, culture, and social levels. (UC, CSU)

ANTHR 6 Introduction to North American
Indians Units 3
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is a comparative study of selected native American Indians and cultures from the Arctic to Panama, utilizing ethnographical and archaeological materials. (UC, CSU)

ANTHR 10 Introduction to Archaeology Units 3
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is a survey of the development of archaeology as an anthropological study, with particular emphasis on the contributions of archaeology toward supplementing man's understanding of the development of human culture. The objectives, methods, and techniques of modern archaeology are combined with a survey of major archaeological sites and cultures. (UC, CSU, CAN ANTH 6)

ANTHR 12A Beginning Field Archaeology Units 1
Prerequisites: Completion of, or concurrent enrollment in, ANTHR 10.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is a beginning applied archaeology course which offers the student opportunities to do field and or laboratory research. The field work includes site survey and excavation. The laboratory work emphasizes treatment, classification, and initial analysis of artifacts and data recovered through excavations. (UC, CSU)

ANTHR 12B Intermediate Field Archaeology Units 1
Prerequisites: Completion of, or concurrent enrollment in ANTHR 10.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an intermediate applied archaeology course which offers a student opportunities to do field and/or laboratory research. The field work includes site survey and excavation. The laboratory work emphasizes treatment, classification, and analysis of artifacts and data recovered through field excavations. (UC, CSU)

ANTHR 15 Selected Topics: Anthropology Units 1-2
Prerequisites: Reading level II.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to offer instruction in one of the specialized areas of anthropology not already covered by the existing curricula. (CSU)

ANTHR 50H Special Studies: Anthropology Units 1-2
Prerequisites: Presentation of a project acceptable to the instructor and the division chairperson; ANTHR 1, 2, or 10 with a grade of "B" or better.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to allow the qualified student to do advanced work in the field. The course includes research, directed reading, field work, or other advanced study. The course may be repeated for a maximum total of 4 units. (CSU)

ANTHR 75 Selected Topics:
Anthrophology Units 0.5-3
Prerequisites: None; exempt from assessment testing.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to offer instruction in one or more of the specialized areas of anthropology not already covered by the existing curriculum. Units in this course do not count toward an associate degree.

Arabic

ARAB 51 Elementary Arabic Units 2.5
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an introduction to the Arabic language and Arabic culture. Emphasis is placed on the following skills in the order given: listening, speaking, reading, and writing. The combined five units of ARAB 51 and 52 are equivalent to ARAB 1. (UC,CSU)

ARAB 52 Elementary Arabic Units 2.5
Prerequisites: Successful completion of ARAB 51 with a grade of "C" or better.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an introduction to the Arabic language and Arabic culture. Emphasis is placed on the following skills in the order given: listening, speaking, reading, and writing. The combined five units of ARAB 51 and 52 are equivalent to ARAB 1. (UC, CSU)

ARAB 53 Elementary Arabic Units 2.5
Prerequisites: Successful completion of ARAB 1 or 52 with a grade of "C" or better.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an introduction to the Arabic language and Arabic culture. Emphasis is placed on the following skills: listening, speaking, reading, and writing. The combined five units of ARAB 53 and 54 are equivalent to ARAB 2. (UC, CSU)

ARAB 54 Elementary Arabic Units 2.5
Prerequisites: Successful completion of ARAB 53 with a grade of "C" or better.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an introduction to the Arabic language and Arabic culture. Emphasis is placed on the following skills in the order given: listening, speaking, reading, and writing. The combined five units of ARAB 53 and 54 are equivalent to ARAB 2. (UC, CSU)

ARAB 75 Selected Topics: Arabic Units 0.5-3
Prerequisites: None; exempt from assessment testing.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to offer instruction in one or more of the specialized areas of Arabic not already covered by the existing curriculum. Units in this course do not count toward an associate degree.

Architectural Drafting

ARCH 1 Basic Architectural Drafting Units 3
Prerequisites: Reading level II.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an introduction to drafting for the student majoring in architecture, interior design, or construction. Course topics include techniques and skills of drafting and design, introduction to building codes and construction methods, and basic construction documents used to communicate the building process. (CSU)

ARCH 2 Architectural Practice: Working
Drawings Units 3
Prerequisites: ARCH 1 and ARCH 12; or ARCH 1 and E TECH 12; all with a grade of "C" or better.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is the study of building methods, processes, and the production of architectural working drawings as a communication medium. Design elements, building codes, structural components, and assembly procedures are emphasized. (CSU)

ARCH 3 Architectural Presentations Units 3
Prerequisites: ARCH 1 or equivalent; with a grade of "C" or better.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an introduction to various methods and approaches to architectural presentation, including model building, perspective development, and rendering. The course is oriented to the artistic presentation of architectural structures and includes work with color, black and white, and ink, utilizing various printing techniques commonly found in architectural offices. (UC, CSU)

ARCH 5 Architectural Detailing Units 3
Prerequisites: ARCH 1 with a grade of "C" or better.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an introduction to drafting of construction details as they apply to various architectural structures. Building codes and regulations pertinent to the various details are emphasized. (CSU)

ARCH 8 Materials of Construction Units 3
Prerequisites: Reading level II or concurrent enrollment in reading.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to instruct the student in the uses and applications of processes and materials related to general construction. (CSU)

ARCH 9 Design Fundamentals Units 3
Prerequisites: ARCH 1 or concurrent enrollment in ARCH 1.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an introduction to the basic principles and theories of architectural design through discussion and simple or semi-abstract exercises. The student studies and explores these topics as a means of establishing a design vocabulary. Studies also encompass development of sketching, presentation, and communication skills. (CSU)

ARCH 12 Computer-Aided Drafting Units 3
Prerequisites: E TECH 13 or ARCH 1, with a grade of "C" or better, or concurrent enrollment in E TECH 13 or ARCH 1.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to utilize Computer Aided Drafting (CAD) software on microcomputer CAD systems to produce a variety of drawings. The student learns the function and operation of typical CAD system components. Some of the course work allows the student to work in the field of individualized interest. (CSU)

ARCH 15 Selected Topics in Architecture Units 0.5-2
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to offer instruction in one of the specialized areas of architecture not already covered by the existing curriculum. (CSU)

ARCH 20 Fundamentals of Architectural
Graphics Units 2
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an introduction to basic architectural graphic skills. Topics include orthographic, axonometric, and oblique projections as well as basic one and two point perspectives. Elementary model building is also included. (CSU)

ARCH 21 Architectural Presentations Units 3
Prerequisites: ARCH 20 with a grade of "C" or better.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to build on the students skills acquired in fundamental architectural graphics. Topics include advanced level media techniques, two and three dimensional presentations, shades and shadows, color studies, and presentation organization. (CSU)

ARCH 22 Design Fundamentals Units 3
Prerequisites: ARCH 1 or concurrent enrollment in ARCH 1; or ARCH 20 or concurrent enrollment in ARCH 20.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an introduction to the basic principles and theories of architectural design. The student studies and explores simple or semi-abstract topics as a means of establishing a design vocabulary. The development of sketching, presentation, and communication skills is also included. (CSU)

ARCH 69V Internship: Architecture Units 1-8
Prerequisites: None.
Prerequisite Skills: Ability to assess personal interests, values, and skills. Ability to research careers, and to make decisions relative to career planning and goal setting. Ability to conduct a job search, write a resume, and interview for employment.
Limitations on Enrollment: The student must enroll in a course that is directly related to the architecture internship. The student must enroll in a minimum of 7 units, including internship units during the semester. For summer session, the student must enroll in one related course in additoin to internship. The combined total numbers a student may take in internship, work experience, and occupational practice may not exceed a maximum of 16 units. Participation requires submission and approval of internship program objectives and an employer internship agreement.
Advisories: GUID 20, 31, 32, 33.

This course is designed for the student participating in an occupational internship in architecture. Application of discipline-related skills and knowledge of the Secretaries' Commission on Achieving Necessary Skills (SCANS) competencies is emphasized. Each student is engaged in a specific research project or on-the-job learning activities under the supervision of a worksite supervisor and a college internship instructor. To register, complete an application form available at the Applied Science and Technology Division office, Holt 140. (CSU)

ARCH 73 Blueprint Reading Units 3
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to prepare the student for occupations requiring the ability to read and understand working drawings related to architectural structures. Residential and commercial blueprints and specifications are emphasized.

ARCH 76 Selected Topics:
Architectural Drafting Units 0.5-3
Prerequisites: None; exempt from assessment testing.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to offer instruction in one or more of the specialized areas of architectural drafting not already covered by the existing curriculum. Units in this course do not count toward an

associate degree.

ARCH 76A Opportunities in Architectural
Drafting Units 0.5
Prerequisites: None; exempt from assessment testing.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This topic course is designed to introduce the student to career opportunities in Architectural Drafting. Edcuational requirements, educational resources, and career-specific information are discussed. Units earned in this course do not count toward the associate degree.

ARCH 87A Architectural Drafting
Specialization Units 2
Prerequisites: ARCH 2.
Limitations on Enrollment: This course requires instructor approval to enroll.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed for the advanced student in architectural drafting. The student complete an advanced specialized project developed in consultation with the instructor.

Art

ART 1A Art History Units 3
Prerequisites: Reading level II.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is a survey of history of the visual arts of Europe from Prehistoric times to the Renaissance. (UC, CSU, CAN ART 2, CAN ART SEQ A with ART 1A & 1B)

ART 1B Art History Units 3
Prerequisites: Reading level II.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is a survey of the history of architecture, painting, and sculpture of Europe from the Renaissance to the present. The influence of European art on modern art is discussed. (UC, CSU, CAN ART 2, CAN ART SEQ A with ART 1A & 1B)

ART 2 Art History Units 3
Prerequisites: Reading level II.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is a survey of the arts of primitive societies, and the arts of Africa, Oceania, Pre-Colombian America, India, China, and Japan. Art 1 is not a prerequisite for Art 2. (UC, CSU)

ART 3 Introduction to Art Units 3
Prerequisites: Reading level II.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an introduction to the basic concepts for the appreciation of the visual arts for the non-art major. (UC, CSU)

ART 4 Exploring Art Units 3
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an appreciation course for non-art majors. It provides fundamental concepts, background, and experiences in visual expression. Line, color, texture, form, and volume are examined by a variety of two and three dimensional means. (UC, CSU)

ART 5 Selected Topics: Art Units 1-2
Prerequisites: Reading level II or concurrent enrollment in reading.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to offer instruction in one of the specialized areas of art not already covered by existing curricula. (CSU)

ART 6 Color and Design Units 3
Prerequisites: Reading level II.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is a beginning experience dealing with the principles and elements of design as the basis for all art activity. Through a variety of two and three dimensional media the student analyzes traditional and modern forms of art. (UC, CSU, CAN ART 14)

ART 7A Beginning Painting Units 3
Prerequisites: Reading level II.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is a study and rendering of painted forms for effective communications. The course concentrates on the analysis and understanding of traditional painting styles and their modern variations. Techniques of painting are practiced with attention to a wide range of usage. (UC, CSU, CAN ART 10)

ART 7B Intermediate Painting Units 3
Prerequisites: ART 7A or equivalent and Reading Level I.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is a study and rendering of painted forms for effective communications. The course emphasizes refinement and application of painting techniques for the solution of more complex design problems. (UC, CSU)

ART 7C Advanced Painting Units 3
Prerequisites: ART 7B or equivalent and Reading Level II.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is a study and rendering of painted forms for effective communications. The course emphasizes the development of individual style and its application to solving specialized assignment related to professional goals. (UC, CSU)

ART 16 Descriptive Drawing and Rendering Units 3
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an introduction to pictorial drawings and rendering fundamentals. The course is applicable to industrial, interior, architectural, and landscape design. (UC, CSU).

ART 20A Introductory Sculpture Units 3
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is a study and use of material and form for effective three dimensional communications. The course concentrates on the analysis and understanding of traditional sculpture styles and their modern variations. Techniques of sculpting materials are practiced with attention to a wide range of usage. (UC, CSU, CAN ART 12)

ART 20B Beginning Sculpture Units 3
Prerequisites: ART 20A.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is a study and use of material and form for effective communications. The course emphasizes refinement and application of sculpture techniques for the solution of more complex design problems. (UC, CSU)

ART 20C Intermediate Sculpture Units 3
Prerequisites: ART 20B.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is a study and use of material and form for effective communications. The course emphasizes the development of individual style and its application to solving specialized assignments related to professional goals. (UC, CSU)

ART 20D Advanced Sculpture Units 3
Prerequisites: ART 20C.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is a study and use of material and form for effective communications. The course emphasizes refinement and application of sculpture techniques for the solution of more complex design problems. (UC, CSU)

ART 33A Beginning Drawing Units 3
Prerequisites: Reading level II.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is a study of drawing for effective communications at a beginning level. The course concentrates on the analysis and understanding of traditional drawing styles and their modern variations. Techniques of drawing are practiced with attention to a wide range of usage. (UC, CSU, CAN ART 8)

ART 33B Intermediate Drawing Units 3
Prerequisites: ART 33A with a grade of "C" or better, reading level II.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is a study of drawing for effective communications at an intermediate level. The course concentrates on the analysis and understanding of traditional drawing styles and their modern variations. Techniques of drawing are practiced with attention to a wide range of usage. (UC, CSU)

ART 33C Figure Drawing Units 3
Prerequisites: ART 33B with a grade of "C" or better, reading level II.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is a study of the human figure. The course concentrates on the analysis and understanding of traditional figure drawing styles and their modern variations. Techniques of awareness of form structure and the human figure are practiced with attention to expressive possibilities. (UC, CSU, CAN ART 24)

ART 36A Beginning Painting Units 1.5
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is a study and rendering of painted forms for effective communications. The course concentrates on the analysis and understanding of traditional painting styles and modern variations. Techniques of painting are practiced with attention to a wide range of usage. (UC, CSU)

ART 36B Beginning Painting Units 1.5
Prerequisites: ART 7A.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is a study and rendering of painted forms for effective communications. The course emphasizes refinement and application of painting techniques for the solution of more complex design problems. ART 36A-B is the equivalent of ART 7A. (UC, CSU)

ART 36C Intermediate Painting Units 1.5
Prerequisites: ART 36B.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is a study and rendering of painted forms for effective communications. The course emphasizes the development of individual style and its application to solving specialized assignments related to professional goals. ART 36C-D is the equivalent of ART 7B. (UC, CSU)

ART 36D Intermediate Painting Units 1.5
Prerequisites: ART 36C.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is a study and rendering of painted forms for effective communications. The course emphasizes the development of individual style and its application to solving specialized assignment related to professional goals. ART 36A-D is the equivalent of ART 7B. (UC, CSU)

ART 40A Beginning Printmaking Units 3
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an introduction to and survey of standard printmaking techniques and processes. The course concentrates on the analysis and understanding of traditional and contemporary styles. Techniques are practiced with attention to a wide range of usage and individual expression. (UC, CSU, CAN ART 20)

ART 40B Intermediate Printmaking Units 3
Prerequisites: ART 40A.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is a concentrated study of standard printmaking techniques and processes. The course provides for an in-depth exploration of traditional styles and their modern variations. Techniques and individual expression are practiced with attention to a wide range of usage. (UC, CSU)

ART 40C Advanced Printmaking Units 3
Prerequisites: ART 40B.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is a concentrated study of specific printmaking techniques chosen by the individual student with instructor supervision. This course provides for an in-depth exploration leading to a specific technique understanding. (UC, CSU)

ART 43A Beginning Drawing Units 1.5
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is a study of drawing methods and creative expression. The course concentrates on the analysis and understanding of traditional drawing styles and their modern variations. Techniques of drawing are practiced with attention to a wide range of usage. ART 43A-B is the equivalent of ART 33A. (UC, CSU)

ART 43B Beginning Drawing Units 1.5
Prerequisites: ART 43A.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is a study of drawing methods and creative expression. The course concentrates on the analysis and understanding of traditional drawing styles and their modern variations. Techniques of drawing are practiced with attention to a wide range of usage. ART 43A-B is the equivalent to ART 33A. (UC, CSU)

ART 43C Intermediate Drawing Units 1.5
Prerequisites: ART 43B.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is a study of problem solving for effective communications. The course concentrates on analysis and understanding of pertinent drawing styles and their functional variations. Techniques of drawing are practiced with attention to a wide range of usage. ART 43C-D is the equivalent of ART 33B. (UC, CSU)

ART 43D Intermediate Drawing Units 1.5
Prerequisites: ART 43C.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is a study of problem solving for effective communications. The course concentrates on the analysis and understanding of pertinent drawing styles and their functional variations. Techniques of drawing are practiced with attention to a wide range of usage. ART 43A-B is the equivalent of ART 33B. (UC, CSU)

ART 44A Introductory Ceramics Units 1.5
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed as a study in the use of clay forms for effective communication. The course concentrates on the analysis and understanding of traditional ceramic styles and their modern variations. Techniques of handbuilding are practiced with attention to a wide range of usage. Throwing on the potter's wheel is introduced but the emphasis of the course is on handbuilding. Art 44A-B (Introductory Ceramics) is equivalent to ART 64A (Introductory Ceramics). (UC, CSU, CAN ART 6 with both ART 44A and 44B)

ART 44B Introductory Ceramics Units 1.5
Prerequisites: ART 44A.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed as a study in the use of clay form for effective communication. The course concentrates on the analysis and understanding of traditional ceramic styles and their modern variations. Techniques of the potter's wheel is emphasized with attention to a wide range of usage. Art 44A-B (Introductory Ceramics) is the equivalent to ART 64A (Introductory Ceramics). (UC, CSU, CAN ART 6 with both ART 44A and 44B)

ART 44C Beginning Ceramics Units 1.5
Prerequisites: ART 44B.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed as a study in the use of clay forms for effective communication. The course concentrates on the analysis and understanding of traditional ceramic styles and their modern variations. This course emphasizes the refinement and application of wheel techniques for the solution of more complex design problems. The theory of glaze development is introduced. ART 44C-D (Beginning Ceramics) is equivalent to ART 64B (Beginning Ceramics). (UC, CSU)

ART 44D Beginning Ceramics Units 1.5
Prerequisites: ART 44C.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed as a study in the use of clay forms for effective communication. The course emphasizes the refinement and application of wheel techniqes for the solution of more complex design problems. The practice of glaze development is introduced. ART 44C-D (Beginning Ceramics) is equivalent to ART 64B (Beginning Ceramics). (UC, CSU)

ART 45A Intermediate Ceramics Units 1.5
Prerequisites: ART 44D with a grade of "C" or better.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is the study and use of clay forms for effective communication. The course emphasizes the development of individual style and its application to solving specialized assignments related to professional goals. Kiln building theory is introduced. ART 45A-B (Intermediate Ceramics) is the equivalent of ART 65A (Intermediate Ceramics).. (UC, CSU)

ART 45B Intermediate Ceramics Units 1.5
Prerequisites: ART 45A with a grade of "C" or better.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is the study and use of clay forms for effective communication. The course emphasizes the development of individual style and its application to solving specialized assignments related to professional goals. Kiln building theory is continued. ART 45A-B (Intermediate Ceramics) is the equivalent of ART 65A (Intermediate Ceramics).. (UC, CSU)

ART 45C Advanced Ceramics Units 1.5
Prerequisites: ART 45B with a grade of "C" or better.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed as a study and use of clay for effective communication. The course continues to emphasize the development of individual style and its application to solving specialized assignments related to professional goals.. Kiln firing is introduced. ART 45C-D (Advanced Ceramics) is equivalent to ART 65B (Advanced Ceramics). (UC, CSU)

ART 45D Advanced Ceramics Units 1.5
Prerequisites: ART 45C with a grade of "C" or better.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed as a study and use of clay for effective communication. The course continues to emphasize the development of individual style and its application to solving specialized assignments related to professional goals. Kiln firing is continued. ART 45C-D (Advanced Ceramics) is equivalent to ART 65B (Advanced Ceramics). (UC, CSU)

ART 46A Introductory Sculpture Units 1.5
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is a study and use of material and form for effective three dimensional communications. The course concentrates on the analysis and understanding of traditional sculpture styles and their modern variations. Techniques of sculpting materials are practiced with attention to a wide range of usage. ART 46A-B is the equivalent of ART 20A. (UC, CSU, CAN ART 12 with both ART 46A and 46B)

ART 46B Introductory Sculpture Units 1.5
Prerequisites: ART 46A.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is a study and use of material forms for effective communications. The course concentrates on the analysis and understanding of traditional sculpture style and their modern variations. ART 46A-B is the equivalent of ART 20A. (UC, CSU, CAN ART 12 with both ART 46A and 46B)

ART 46C Beginning Sculpture Units 1.5
Prerequisites: ART 46B.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is a study and use of material form for effective communications. The course concentrates on the analysis and understanding of traditional sculpture styles and their modern variations. ART 46C-D is equivalent of ART 20B. (UC, CSU)

ART 46D Beginning Sculpture Units 1.5
Prerequisites: ART 46C.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is a study and use of material forms for effective communications. The course emphasizes refinement and application of sculpture techniques for the solution of more complex design problems. ART 46C-D is equivalent to ART 20B. (UC, CSU)

ART 48A Intermediate Sculpture Units 1.5
Prerequisites: ART 46D.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is a study and use of material and form for effective communications. The course emphasizes the development of individual skills and its application to solving specialized assignments related to professional goals. Techniques of sculpting materials are practiced with attention to a wide range of usage. ART 48A-B is equivalent to ART 20C. (UC, CSU)

ART 48B Intermediate Sculpture Units 1.5
Prerequisites: ART 48A.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is a study and use of material and form for communications. The course emphasizes the development of individual style and its application to solving specialized assignments. ART 48A-B is equivalent to ART 20C. (UC, CSU)

ART 48C Advanced Sculpture Units 1.5
Prerequisites: ART 48B.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is a study and use of material and form for effective communications. The course emphasizes refinement and application of sculpture techniques for the solution of more complex design problems. ART 48C-D is equivalent to ART 20D. (UC, CSU)

ART 48D Advanced Sculpture Units 1.5
Prerequisites: ART 48C.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is a study and use of material and form for effective communications. The course emphasizes the development of individual style and refinement and application of sculpture techniques for the solution of more complex design problems. ART 48C-D is equivalent to ART 20D. (UC, CSU)

ART 50H Special Studies: Art Units 1-2
Prerequisites: Completion of survey course with grade of "B" or better and presentation of project acceptable to the instructor and division chairperson.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is open the student qualified to do advanced work in the field. The course may include research, directed reading, field work, or other advanced study and the course may be repeated for a maximum total of four units. (CSU)

ART 64A Introductory Ceramics Units 3
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed as a study and use of clay forms for effective communication. The course concentrates on the analysis and understanding of traditional ceramic styles and their modern variations. Techniques of ceramic building and throwing are practiced with attention to a wide range of usage. (UC, CSU, CAN ART 6)

ART 64B Beginning Ceramics Units 3
Prerequisites: ART 64A.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed as a study in the use of clay forms for effective communication. The course emphasizes the refinement and application of wheel techniques for the solution of more complex design problems. The theory of kiln firing and the practice of glaze development is introduced. (UC, CSU)

ART 65A Intermediate Ceramics Units 3
Prerequisites: ART 64B.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed as a study and use of clay for effective communication. The course emphasizes the development of individual style and its application to solving specialized assignments related to professional goals. Kiln building theory is introduced. (UC, CSU)

ART 65B Advanced Ceramics Units 3
Prerequisites: ART 65A.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed as a study and use of clay for effective communication. This course emphasizes the development of individual style and its application to solving specialized assignments related to professional goals. Kiln firing and management are introduced.. (UC, CSU)

ART 80 Selected Topics: Art Units 0.5-3
Prerequisites: None; exempt from assessment testing.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to offer instruction in one or more of the specialized areas of art not already covered by the existing curriculum. Units in this course do not count toward an associate degree.

Astronomy

ASTRO 1 Introductory Astronomy Units 3
Prerequisites: Reading level II and Math Level II; MATH 80 or 83B each with a grade of "C" or better.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed as a non-mathematical, descriptive course in general astronomy dealing with the nature and evolution of the solar system, stars, galaxies, and the universe. The planets, moon, meteors, comets, and other members of our solar system are included. The college planetarium is used for constellation, planet and galaxy identification as well as demonstrating space and time coordinates. (UC, CSU)

ASTRO 1L Astronomy Laboratory Units 1
Prerequisites: Math level II; completion of or concurrent enrollment in ASTRO 1, 2, or 4.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is laboratory work performing quantitative experiments of physical phenomena relating to astronomy. The experiments include working in the planetarium with the telescope. (UC, CSU)

ASTRO 50H Special Studies: Astronomy Units 1-2
Prerequisites: Reading level II; completion of survey course with grade of "B" or better and presentation of a project acceptable to the instructor and division chairperson.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to give the student an opportunity to research a problem in astronomy using the college's planetarium, telescopes, laboratory, or library. The project must be acceptable to a member of the astronomy staff and approved by the division chairperson. This course may be repeated for a maximum total of four units. (CSU)

Athletics

ATH 50 Soccer Team: Men Units 2
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is part of the intercollegiate athletic program of Delta College. Delta College participates in the Bay Valley Conference. (CSU)

ATH 51 Water Polo Team: Men Units 2
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is part of the intercollegiate athletic program of Delta College. Delta College participates in the Bay Valley Conference. (CSU)

ATH 52 Football Team: Men Units 2
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is part of the intercollegiate athletic program of Delta College. Delta College participates in the Northern California Football Conference. (CSU)

ATH 53 Cross Country Team: Men Units 2
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is part of the intercollegiate athletic program of Delta College. Delta College participates in the Bay Valley Conference. (CSU)

ATH 54 Baseball Team: Men Units 2
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is part of the intercollegiate athletic program of Delta College. Delta College participates in the Bay Valley Conference. (CSU)

ATH 55 Golf Team: Men Units 2
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is part of the intercollegiate athletic program of Delta College. Delta College participates in the Bay Valley Conference. (CSU)

ATH 56 Basketball Team: Men Units 2
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is part of the intercollegiate athletic program of Delta College. Delta College participates in the Bay Valley Conference. (CSU)

ATH 57 Track Team: Men Units 2
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is part of the intercollegiate athletic program of Delta College. Delta College participates in the Bay Valley Conference. (CSU)

ATH 58 Wrestling Team: Men Units 2
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is part of the intercollegiate athletic program of Delta College. Delta College participates in the Bay Valley Conference. (CSU)

ATH 59 Tennis Team: Men Units 2
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is part of the intercollegiate athletic program of Delta College. Delta College participates in the Bay Valley Conference. (CSU)

ATH 60 Swimming and Diving Team: Men Units 2
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is part of the intercollegiate athletic program of Delta College. Delta College participates in the Bay Valley Conference. (CSU)

ATH 61 Soccer Team: Women Units 2
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is part of the intercollegiate athletic program of Delta College. Delta College participates in the Bay Valley Conference. (CSU)

ATH 62 Volleyball Team: Women Units 2
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is part of the intercollegiate athletic program of Delta College. Delta College participates in the Bay Valley Conference. (CSU)

ATH 63 Swimming and Diving Team: Women Units 2
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is part of the intercollegiate athletic program of Delta College. Delta College participates in the Bay Valley Conference. (CSU)

ATH 64 Basketball Team: Women Units 2
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is part of the intercollegiate athletic program of Delta College. Delta College participates in the Bay Valley Conference. (CSU)

ATH 65 Softball Team: Women Units 2
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is part of the intercollegiate athletic program of Delta College. Delta College participates in the Bay Valley Conference. (CSU)

ATH 66 Tennis Team: Women Units 2
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is part of the intercollegiate athletic program of Delta College. Delta College participates in the Bay Valley Conference. (CSU)

ATH 67 Water Polo Team: Women Units 2
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is part of the intercollegiate athletic program of Delta College. Delta College participates in the Bay Valley Conference. (CSU)

ATH 68 Track Team: Women Units 2
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is part of the intercollegiate athletic program of Delta College. Delta College participates in the Bay Valley Conference. (CSU)

ATH 69 Cross Country Team: Women Units 2
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is part of the intercollegiate athletic program of Delta College. Delta College participates in the Bay Valley Conference. (CSU)

ATH 75 Selected Topics: Athletics Units 0.5-3
Prerequisites: None; exempt from assessment testing.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to offer instruction in one or more of the specialized areas of athletics not already covered by the existing curriculum. Units in this course do not count toward an associate degree.

Automotive Technology

AUTO 50 Automatic Transmissions and
Transaxles Units 6
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: AUTO 62.

This course is designed to prepare the student to analyze, adjust, service, and repair automatic transmissions and transaxles on foreign and domestic automobiles. (CSU)

AUTO 51 Manual Drivetrain and Axles Units 5
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: AUTO 62.

This course is designed to prepare the student to analyze, service, and repair: differentials, standard transmissions and transaxles, front-wheel drive axles, drivelines, four-wheel drive systems, and clutch systems. (CSU)

AUTO 52 Engine Rebuilding Units 6
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: AUTO 64.

This course is designed to prepare the student to analyze, adjust, service, and repair gasoline-powered automobile engines. The course includes precision machining operations and the complete rebuilding of an engine. (CSU)

AUTO 53 Brakes, Suspension, and Steering Units 7
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: AUTO 62.

This course is designed to prepare the student to analyze, adjust, service, and repair automotive brakes, suspension, and steering systems. (CSU)

AUTO 54 Starting, Charging, and
Electrical Systems Units 6
Prerequisites: AUTO 63 or DIESL 49 either with a grade of "C" or better and concurrent enrollment in AUTO 63.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to prepare the student to effectively diagnose and repair automotive starting, charging, and electrical systems. (CSU)

AUTO 55 Ignition Systems and Electronic
Engine Controls Units 6
Prerequisites: AUTO 63 with a grade of "C" or better. Corequisite: Concurrent enrollment in AUTO 63.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to prepare the student to diagnose and repair automotive engine performance problems and driveability malfunction-related failures. The student completing the requirements of AUTO 55, Ignition Systems and Electronic Engine Controls, and AUTO 56, Fuel Management and Computer Controls, is eligible to test to receive certification for the approved Clean Air Car course from the State of California Bureau of Automotive Repair. (CSU)

AUTO 56 Fuel Management and Computer
Controls Units 6
Prerequisites: AUTO 63 with a grade of "C" or better and concurrent enrollment in AUTO 63.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to prepare the student to troubleshoot and diagnose automotive fuel-injection systems, engine computer systems, emission systems, and some carburetion systems. The student completing the requirements of AUTO 55, Ignition Systems and Electronic Engine Controls, and AUTO 56, Fuel Management and Computer Controls, is eligible to test to receive certification for the approved Clean Air Car course from the State of California Bureau of Automotive Repair. (CSU)

AUTO 57 Air Conditioning, Heating, and
Electrical Systems Units 6
Prerequisites: AUTO 63 with a grade of "C" or better.
Corequisites: Concurrent enrollment in AUTO 63.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

The course is designed to prepare the student to diagnose and repair air conditioning, heating and specialized electrical accessories systems. (CSU)

AUTO 62 Brakes, Suspensions, and
Powertrain Systems Units 3
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to prepare the student to analyze, adjust, and repair basic automotive brake, suspension, steering, and drivetrain systems. (CSU)

AUTO 63 Fuel and Electrical Systems Units 3
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to prepare the student to analyze, adjust, and repair basic automotive electrical, ignition, and fuel management systems. (CSU)

AUTO 64 Basic Engines Units 3
Prerequisites: Reading level II.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an introduction to the fundamentals of two-stroke engines, oils, lubrication, safety inspections, and related mathematics and measurement. (CSU)

AUTO 69V Internship: Auto Mechanics Units 1-8
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: The student must enroll in a course that is directly related to the auto mechanics internship. The student must enroll in a minimum of 7 units during the semester including internship units. For summer session, the student must enroll in one related course in addition to internship. The combined total number of units a student may take in internship, work experience, and occupational practice may not exceed a maximum of 16 units. Participation requires submission and approval of internship program objectives and an employer internship agreement.
Advisories: GUID 30, 31, 32, 33.

This course is designed for the student participating in an occupational internship in auto mechanics. Application of discipline-related skills and knowledge of Secretaries Commission on Achieving Necessary Skills (SCANS) competencies is emphasized. Each student is engaged in a specific research project or on-the-job learning activities under the supervision of a worksite supervisor and a college internship instructor. (CSU)

AUTO 69W Internship: Auto Body
Technology Units 1-8
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: The student must enroll in a course that is directly related to the auto body technology internship. The student must enroll in a minimum of 7 units during the semester including internship units. For summer session, the student must enroll in one related course in addition to internship. The combined total number of units a student may take in internship, work experience, and occupational practice may not exceed a maximum of 16 units. Participation requires submission and approval of internship program objectives and an employer internship agreement.
Advisories: GUID 30, 31, 32, 33.

This course is designed for the student participating in an occupational internship in auto body technology. Application of discipline-related skills and knowledge of Secretaries Commission on Achieving Necessary Skills (SCANS) competencies is emphasized. Each student is engaged in a specific research project or on-the-job learning activities under the supervision of a worksite supervisor and a college internship instructor. (CSU)

AUTO 70A Clean Air Car Course Units 2.5
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: For those students who choose to receive the Basic Clean Air Car Course certification the student must meet the California Department of Consumer Affairs/Bureau of Automotive Repair requirements prior to entry into the course: Automotive tune-up or engine performance related work experience 1 year; or, 9 semester units; or, 180 hours of trade school instruction.

This course is designed to meet the California State requirements for the Department of Consumer Affairs/ Bureau of Automotive Repair (DCA/BAR), Basic Clean Air Car Course. This course is required for the advanced level student or Journeyman level technician who wishes to become a Smog Check Test and Repair Technician. The student who enrolls in this course must meet the DCA/BAR prerequisite guidelines before entering the course in order to receive Clean Air Car Course certification. The course includes, State rules and regulations for Smog Check; required equipment for testing and repairing vehicles incorporated in the Smog Check program; manuals and software required for Smog Check Stations; common repair procedures used on emission related failed vehicles; and the safe use and practices of Emission Inspection System equipment.

AUTO 70B Advanced Clean Air Car Course Units 1.5
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: For those students who choose to receive the Advanced Clean Air Car Course certificaion, the student must meet the California Department of Consumer Affairs/Bureau of Automotive Repair requirements prior to entry into the course; Certification of the Basic Clean Air Course; or, an Intern license; or a curent basic area Smog Check License.

This course is designed to meet the California State requirements for the Department of Consumer Affairs/Bureau of Automotive Repair (DCA/BAR) Advanced Clean Air Car course. This course is required for the advanced level student or Journeyman level technician who wishes to become a Smog Check Test and Repair Technician. The student who enrolls in this course must meet the DCA/BAR prerequisite guidelines before entering the course in order to receive an Advanced Clean Air Car Course certification. This course includes State rules and regulations for Enhanced Area Smog Check; required equipment for testing and repairing vehicles incorporated in the Enhanced Area Smog Check program; baseline testing and common repair procedures used on enhanced area emission related vehicle failures; the safe use and practices of Emission Inspection system equipment, with special attention to safe vehicle/dynamometer testing practices.

AUTO 70C Advanced Engine Performance/Emission
Systems Alternative Units 1.5
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: For those students who choose to receive certification, this course is designed for the advanced level student, or the journey level tune-up technician.

The textbook publisher will provide the final examination that concludes the course; certification is provided by the testing agency. This course is designed to meet the California State requirements for the Department of Consumer Affairs/Bureau of Automotive Repair (DCA/BAR), Advanced Engine Performance/Emission System Alternative Course. This course is an alternative to the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) requirement for the Advanced Emissoin Specialist Technician (EA) License. This course is designed to allow the advanced student or journeyman level technician to review advanced level computer management, fuel, ignition and emission diagnosis, testing, and repair techniques. The student uses diagnostic instruments and advanced level repair techniques to perform vehicle repairs successfully.

AUTO 70F On Board Diagnostics II
Update Training Course Units 1.5
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: For those students who choose to receive the certification the Advanced Emission Specialist (EA) licensed Technician; advanced level student, or Journeyman level technician must meet the California Department of Consumer Affairs/Bureau of Automotive Repair requirements prior to entry into the course, and successfully attend all classes and attain a satisfactory score on the final examination.

This course is designed to meet the California State requirements for the Department of Consumer Affairs/Bureau of Automotive Repair (DCA/BAR), On Board Diagnostics II Update Training Course. This course is required for the Advanced Emission Specialist (EA) licensed Technician, Advanced level student, or Journeyman level technician, who needs to certify for license application or renewal. The student who enrolls in this course must meet the DCA/BAR prerequisite guidelines before entering the course in order to receive an Update certification. The course is designed to update the advanced level technician to test and repair vehicles that are equipped with the On Board Diagnostic II compliant engine management system. The technician receives certification upon successful completion of the course.

AUTO 75 Selected Topics: Automotive
Technology Units 0.5-3
Prerequisites: None; exempt from assessment testing.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to offer instruction in one or more of the

specialized areas of automotive technology not already covered by

the existing curriculum. Units in this course do not count toward an

associate degree.

AUTO 76 Foundation Brakes Units 1.5
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: This course is designed for the advanced level student or journeyman level technician; the student who enrolls in this course should have successfully completed beginning level brake courses.

This course is designed to enhance the skills of the advanced level student or journeyman level technician by training and retraining the technician in the latest repair and process techniques in the area of foundation brakes. The latest theories, equipment changes, and industry trends are discussed and applied in the laboratory. The student learns the proper process for turning today's drums and rotors on and off car, bleeding today's vehicle braking systems, understanding and repairing the latest drum and disc brake systems, and diagnosing today's braking systems.

AUTO 80A Body and Fender Units 2
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to emphasize the basic auto body safety standards. Course topics include elementary sheetmetal repair, auto body welding, metal finishing, plastic fillers, grinding, and shrinking.

AUTO 80B Body and Fender Units 2
Prerequisites: AUTO 80A
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to emphasize MIG welding of light gauge material, basic auto body hand tools, advanced metal finishing, grinding, filling, removal of body parts, and basic painting procedures.

AUTO 80C Body and Fender Units 2
Prerequisites: AUTO 80A.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to emphasize frame and alignment equipment and procedures, grinding techniques, shrinking gouges and aluminum, replacement of trim and upholstery, and painting procedures.

AUTO 80D Body and Fender Units 2
Prerequisites: AUTO 80A.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to emphasize MIG welding of galvanized and aluminum materials, flux core welding, plasma arc cutting, replacement of structural components, restoration of corrosion protection, and glass service.

AUTO 80E Body and Fender Units 2
Prerequisites: AUTO 80A
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to emphasize the utilization of frame straightening equipment, body alignment procedures, removal and installation of headliners, fiberglass body preparation and repair, and plastic parts repair.

AUTO 80F Body and Fender Units 2
Prerequisites: AUTO 80A
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to emphasize frame measurement and body alignment systems, body panel removal and replacements, specialized plastic repairs, and painting.

AUTO 80G Body and Fender Units 2
Prerequisites: AUTO 80A
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to emphasize arc welding, spot welding, MIG welding, metal straightening, fiberglass body repair, unibody structural panel repair, frame repair, and suspension and steering systems.

AUTO 80H Body and Fender Units 2
Prerequisites: AUTO 80A
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to emphasize paint spraying, rubbing and polishing techniques, custom painting tools, materials and equipment, introduction to electromechanical components, overview of apprenticeship programs, and awareness of auto body business practices.

AUTO 81A Introductory Auto-Body Repair
Laboratory Units 1
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to provide additional laboratory experiences for the student enrolled in AUTO 84A. Areas of emphasis include sheet metal welding, metal straightening and finishing, and filling of materials.

AUTO 81B Beginning Auto-Body Repair
Laboratory Units 1
Prerequisites: AUTO 84A.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to provide additional laboratory experiences for the student enrolled in AUTO 84B. Areas of emphasis include auto body collision repair, refinement of metal working skills, and removing, repairing, and replacing trim and upholstery.

AUTO 81C Intermediate Auto-Body Repair
Laboratory Units 1
Prerequisites: AUTO 84B.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to provide additional laboratory experiences for the student enrolled in AUTO 84C. Areas of emphasis include basic unibody repair, fiberglass body repair, plastic parts repair, roof panel repair and replacement, and complete vehicle painting.

AUTO 81D Advanced Auto-Body Repair
Laboratory Units 1
Prerequisites: AUTO 84C.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to provide additional laboratory experiences for the student enrolled in AUTO 84C. Areas of emphasis include advanced unibody repair and repair of suspension and steering systems. The student is assigned shop work which is evaluated against industry standards.

AUTO 84A Introductory Auto-Body Repair Units 5
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is a theory and laboratory course offering in-depth training in sheetmetal welding, metal straightening and finishing, and filling of metals. Painting of a car is introduced.

AUTO 84B Beginning Auto-Body Repair Units 5
Prerequisites: AUTO 84A.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to allow the student to work on more complicated types of auto body damage to further refine basic metal working skills. The removing, repairing, and aligning of trim and upholstery panels are covered.

AUTO 84C Intermediate Auto-Body Repair Units 5
Prerequisites: AUTO 84B.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to give the student instruction in basic unibody repair, fiberglass body repair, plastic parts repair, and roof panel replacement and repair. The student learns and performs the steps necessary to complete a full-car paint job.

AUTO 84D Advanced Auto-Body Repair Units 5
Prerequisites: AUTO 84C.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to advance the student to more complicated portions of unibody repair. The repair of suspension and steering systems are covered. The student perform assigned jobs which must be performed within time constraints imposed by employers.

AUTO 87A Automobile Mechanics
Specialization Units 3-4
Prerequisites: AUTO 52 or AUTO 53.
Limitations on Enrollment: This course requires instructor approval to enroll.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed for the advanced student in automotive mechanics. The student completes an advanced specialized project developed in consultation with the instructor.

AUTO 87B Auto Electrics Specialization Units 3-4
Prerequisites: AUTO 55 or AUTO 56.
Limitations on Enrollment: This course requires instructor approval to enroll.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed for the advanced student in automotive electrics. The student completes an advanced specialized project developed in consultation with the instructor.

AUTO 87C Auto Body Specialization Units 3-4
Prerequisites: AUTO 84D.
Limitations on Enrollment: This course requires instructor approval to enroll.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed for the advanced student in auto body. The student completes an advanced specialized project developed in consultation with the instructor.

AUTO 90A Introduction to Closed Loop
Fuel Control Units 1
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: AC Delco-Approved Technician.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to provide introductory training in closed loop fuel control. The course includes the study of operations of electronic modules, sensors, and actuators. The course includes use of scan tools and diagnostic procedures using digital multimeters.

AUTO 90B Throttle Body Injection Systems Units 0.5
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: AC Delco-Approved Technician.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to provide in-depth training in throttle body injection system diagnosis and repair. The course includes diagnosis of driveability concerns, repair of throttle body injectors, idle air control systems, throttle position sensors, pressure regulators, fuel lines, and pump systems. Fuel pressure testers, scan tools, and digital multimeters are used. Diagnostic strategies and repair procedures are included.

AUTO 90C Port Fuel Injection Systems Units 0.5
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: AD Delco-Approved Technician.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to provide in-depth training in multi-port fuel injection system diagnosis and repair. The course includes diagnosis of driveability concerns and repair of multi-port fuel injectors, fuel rail, idle air control systems, throttle position sensors, pressure regulators, fuel lines, and pump systems. Fuel pressure testers, scan tools, and digital multimeters are used. Diagnostic strategies and repair procedures are included.

AUTO 90D Enhanced Emission Test Failure
Diagnosis Units 1
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: AC Delco-Approved Technician.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to provide in-depth training in the Inspection/ Maintenance (I/M) 240 testing, local requirements, and investigation-based diagnosis of I/M 240 failures. The student studies the operation and diagnostic performance testing of oxygen sensors, catalytic converters, and evaporative system integrity testing. Scan tools, digital multimeters, laboratory scopes, and five-gas analyzers are used while learning to apply diagnostic strategies and advanced repair procedures.

AUTO 90E On Board Diagnostics Units 1
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: AC Delco-Approved Technician.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to provide in-depth training of the On Board Diagnostics (OBD), meeting the second level of Federal requirements (OBD II). The use of scan tools and laboratory scopes to diagnose OBD II is included. Diagnostic procedures include diagnostics with and without trouble codes. The student studies the use of investigation-based technical service bulletin (TSB) searches. Catalyst monitoring misfire detection, heated oxygen sensors, freeze frame/failure records, enhanced evaporative systems operation and related topics.

AUTO 90F Driveability and Emission
Diagnosis Units 1
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: AC Delco-Approved Technician.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to provide an understanding of fuel control and its effects on tailpipe emissions. Fuel management systems, emission systems, catalytic convertors, air injection, exhaust gas recirculation, evaporative emission control, and positive crankcase ventilation valves are included. Emissions and driveability symptoms are analyzed and strategies for repair are applied.

AUTO 90I Air Conditioning Systems and
Service Units 1.5
Prerequisites: None; exempt from assessment testing.
Limitations on Enrollment: AC Delco-Approved Technician.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to provide an understanding of air conditioning systems theory of operation, configuration, diagnosis, service, and repair. Topics include performance and leak testing of systems, checking for contamination and proper refrigerant disposal, recovery and charging, lubrication, and basic manual mode and blower control.

AUTO 90J Air Conditioning Controls Units 1
Prerequisites: None; exempt from assessment testing.
Limitations on Enrollment: AC Delco-Approved Technician.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to provide an in-depth study of air distribution and heating, ventilation, and air conditioning controls. Topics include compressor clutch control, engine cooling system, air distribution, manual and automatic climate control systems, rear heater and air conditioning controls, operator interface, and strategy based diagnostics. Systems are analyzed and strategies applied for effective repair procedures.

AUTO 90L Automotive Electrical Circuits and
Digital Meters Units 1
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: AC Delco-Approved Technician.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to provide pertinent information and a basic understanding of electricity and meters. Topics include basic electricity, fundamentals of electrical circuits, and operation of the Fluke 87 digital volt ohmmeter. Application of Ohm's Law to basic series and parallel circuits, digital meter functions to read circuit resistance, amperage flow, resistance in common automotive circuits, and parasitic draw are calculated and measured.

AUTO 90M Automotive Electronics Units 1
Prerequisites: None; exempt from assessment testing.
Limitations on Enrollment: AC Delco-Approved Technician.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to provide a study of automotive electricity and electronics. The course begins with review of the basics of electricity and continues with the concept of power. Topics also include capacitance and time delay devices, electromagnetism and current induction in various automotive coils and motor applications. Circuits are assembled and analyzed using a digital volt ohmmeter.

AUTO 90N Automotive Electronics Units 1
Prerequisites: None; exempt from assessment testing.
Limitations on Enrollment: AC Delco-Approved Technician.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to provide further study of automotive electrical and electronic systems. The course begins with a review of the basics of electricity and study continues with the concept of electrical power. Typical automotive electronic circuits are assembled using various semi conductive devices, and analyzed using digital volt ohmmeters. Generators (alternators) are studied to determine the use and characteristics of semi conductors and electronic circuitry.

AUTO 90P Electronic Ignition Units 1
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: AC Delco-Approved Technician.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to provide an understanding of the basic electronic ignition system from the initial design to the computerized direct ignition systems utilized today. Systems and components include High Energy Ignition system, ignition control, primary circuit, secondary circuit, position sensors, knock sensors, and circuit operation. Diagnostic procedures for common failures are identified.

AUTO 90Q Starting and Charging Systems Units 1
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: AC Delco-Approved Technician.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to provide a basic understanding of charging and starting systems. The course focuses on basic electricity, batteries, operation and diagnosis of generators, and cranking systems. Diagnostic tests such as parasitic draw, phantom drain, load testing, charging output, and system diagnostic testing are included.

AUTO 90R Heavy Duty Electrical Diagnosis Units 1
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: AC Delco-Approved Technician.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to provide an understanding of basic theory and diagnostic testing of heavy-duty electrical systems. Topics covered are batteries, starting systems, and generator systems. Basic electrical skills, meter reading, battery testing, starting system testing, charging system testing, and circuit wiring diagnosis are applied.

AUTO 90T Foundation Brakes Units 1
Prerequisites: None; exempt from assessment.
Limitations on Enrollment: AC Delco-Approved Technician.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to enhance the skills of the AC-Delco technician by training and retraining the technician in the latest repair and process techniques in the area of foundation brakes. The latest theories, equipment changes, and industry trends are discussed and applied in the laboratory. The student learns the proper process for turning today's drums and rotors on and off car, bleeding today's vehicle braking systems, understanding and repairing the latest drum and disc brake systems, and diagnosing today's braking systems.

Automotive Technology

Apprenticeship

A-AUT 50 Automatic Transmissions and
Transaxles Units 5
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: Indentured Apprentice.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to prepare the student to analyze, adjust, service, and repair automatic transmissions and transaxles on foreign and domestic automobiles. (CSU)

A-AUT 51 Manual Drivetrain and Axles Units 5
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to prepare the student to analyze, service, and repair: differentials, standard transmissions and transaxles, front-wheel drive axles, drivelines, four-wheel drive systems, and clutch systems. (CSU)

A-AUT 52 Engine Rebuilding Units 5
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to prepare the student to analyze, adjust, service, and repair gasoline-powered automobile engines. The course includes precision machining operations and the complete rebuilding of an engine. (CSU)

A-AUT 53 Brakes, Suspension, and Steering Units 5
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment:
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to prepare the student to analyze, adjust, service, and repair: automotive brakes, suspension, and steering systems. (CSU)

A-AUT 54 Starting, Charging, and Electrical
Systems Units 5
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to prepare the student to effectively diagnose and repair automotive starting, charging, and electrical systems. (CSU)

A-AUT 55 Ignition Systems and Electronic
Engine Controls Units 5
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: Indentured Apprentice.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to prepare the student to diagnose and repair automotive engine performance problems and driveability malfunction-related failures. (CSU)

A-AUT 56 Fuel Management and Computer
Controls Units 5
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: Indentured Apprentice.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to prepare the student to troubleshoot and diagnose automotive fuel-injection systems, engine computer systems, emission systems, and some carburetion systems. (CSU)

A-AUT 57 Air Conditioning, Heating, and
Electrical Systems Units 5
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

The course is designed to prepare the student to diagnose and repair automotive air conditioning, heating, and specialized electrical accessories systems. (CSU)

A-AUT 78A Auto Body Fundamentals Units 2
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: Indentured apprentice.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to emphasize basic auto body safety standards. The course includes elementary sheetmetal repair, auto body welding, metal finishing, applying plastic fillers, grinding, and shrinking.

A-AUT 78B Basic Auto Body Repair and
Painting Units 2
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: Indentured Apprentice.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to emphasize Metal Inert Gas (MIG) welding of light gauge metal, basic auto body tools, basic metal finishing, grinding, filling, removing auto body parts, and basic painting procedures.

A-AUT 79A Auto Body Frame Alignment Units 2
Prerequisites: None.
Limitation on Enrollment: Indentured apprentice.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to emphasize frame and alignment equipment and procedures, grinding techniques, shrinking aluminum, replacing trim and upholstery, and painting procedures.

A-AUT 79B Auto Body Metal Working Units 2
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: Indentured apprentice.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to emphasize Metal Inert Gas (MIG) welding of galvanized and aluminum materials, flux core welding, plasma arc cutting, replacing structural components, restoring corrosion protection, and replacing glass.

A-AUT 80A Frame Straightening
Fundamentals Units 2
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: Indentured apprentice.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to emphasize the utilization of frame straightening equipment, body alignment procedures, removal and installation of headliners, fiberglass body preparation and repair, and plastic parts repair.

A-AUT 80B Advanced Frame Straightening Units 2
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: Indentured apprentice.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to emphasize frame measurement and body alignment, body panel removal and replacement, specialized plastic repairs, and painting.

A-AUT 81A Advanced Auto Body Repair Units 2
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: Indentured apprentice.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to emphasize arc welding, Metal Inert Gas (MIG) welding, metal straightening, and repairing of: fiberglass body, unibody structural panel, frame, and suspension and steering system.

A-AUT 81B Auto Body Painting Units 2
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: Indentured Apprentice.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to emphasize paint spraying; rubbing and polishing techniques; custom painting tools, materials, and equipment; electromechanical components; apprenticeship programs; and auto body business practices.

Biology

BIOL 1 Core Biology Units 4
Prerequisites: Reading level II.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to present the basic biological phenomena common to all living organisms. The course includes cellular and molecular levels of organization, genetics and mechanisms of heredity in organic evolution, reproduction and development, and introductory concepts of taxonomy and ecology. Lecture 3 hours, laboratory 3 hours. (UC, CSU, CAN BIOL 2, CAN BIOL SEQ A with BIOL 1, BIOL 2, and BIOL 3)

BIOL 2 General Zoology Units 5
Prerequisites: BIOL 1.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is a survey of the major animal groups based upon structural and chemical similarities. The course considers comparative anatomy, physiology, and genetic characteristics in the determination of the evolutionary relationships. Zoology covers the evolution of single-cell organisms to more advanced species. Ecology and impact of major phyla on their environment is discussed. This course fulfills the lower division preparation for advanced courses in zoology and satisfies the elementary zoology requirements for medicine, pharmacy, dentistry, game specialist, teachers of biology, and majors in the biological sciences. Off-campus and on-campus field trips are required. (UC, CSU, CAN BIOL 4, CAN BIOL SEQ A with BIOL 1, BIOL 2, & BIOL 3)

BIOL 3 General Botany Units 4
Prerequisites: BIOL 1 with a grade of "C" or better; reading level II.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is a study of the life and activities of plants followed by an introduction to plant physiology, plant structure, plant genetics, plant ecology, plant evolution, and a general survey of the major plant groups. The course is for the pre-professional student in the biological sciences and is fundamental for the student planning to specialize in forestry, horticulture, agriculture, food processing, pharmacy, and other subjects requiring a scientific knowledge of plant life. Field trips are included. This course meets the CSU general education laboratory science requirement and IGETC requirements. (UC, CSU, CAN BIOL 6, CAN BIOL SEQ A with BIOL 1, BIOL 2, & BIOL 3)

BIOL 10 Survey of Biology Units 4
Prerequisites: Reading level II.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an introduction to biology for non-majors which includes the following areas: biological concepts and principles, ecological relationships, environmental issues, evolutionary development, and kingdoms of life. On and off-campus field work is required. The course meets the CSU general education laboratory science requirement and IGETC requirements. (UC, CSU)

BIOL 11 Human Biology Units 4
Prerequisites: Reading level II.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an introduction to the basic aspects of human biology. Topics include knowledge of the chemicals, cells, tissues and systems that comprise the human body. Also included is a consideration of human heredity, genetics, and human ecology. The course meets the CSU general education laboratory science requirement and IGETC requirements. (UC, CSU)

BIOL 12 Natural History of California Units 3
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an introduction to the plants and animals of California with emphasis on the plant communities and wildlife of the Central Valley, the coast ranges, and the Sierra Nevada. Ecologically oriented, the course probes ways in which plants and animals are adapted to their environment. A field trip is required. ( CSU)

BIOL 22 Introduction to Medical Microbiology Units 4
Prerequisites: Reading level II; CHEM 3A with a grade of "C" or better.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: BIOL 1 or BIOL 11.

This course is a study of microorganisms with the main emphasis on bacteria and the disease process. Laboratory work includes cultural, morphological, growth requirements and biochemical characteristics of microorganisms as well as field trips to demonstrate practical applications. Basic laboratory skills of the microbiologist are emphasized. The course is recommended for the student planning to enroll in the SJDC Nursing Program. The student who plans to transfer to a college or university which requires a 5 unit course in bacteriology or microbiology is advised to enroll in BIOL 23. (CSU)

BIOL 23 General Microbiology Units 5
Prerequisites: Reading level II; CHEM 3A with a grade of "C" or better.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is the study of the nature and activities of microorganisms and their relationships to human life and human interest. The laboratory activities include bacteriology and mycological techniques, demonstration of physiological activities, isolation and identification of microorganisms, some standard methods employed in water and milk analysis, and field trips to demonstrate practical applications. This course meets introductory requirements for majors in microbiology and for other students requiring knowledge of microbiology. (UC, CSU)

BIOL 30 Human Sexuality Units 3
Prerequisites: Reading level II.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is a survey of the physiological, social, and behavioral aspects of human sexuality. The course is academic rather than therapeutic. (UC, CSU)

BIOL 31 Human Anatomy Units 4
Prerequisites: Reading level II.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is a study of the structural relationships of the parts of the human body and also includes some work with cadavers. The course is of interest to biological science, pre-medical, pre-dental, and health education majors, and for laboratory technicians. The laboratory includes work with the use of cadavers, preserved animals, and numerous anatomical models. (UC, CSU, CAN BIOL 10, CAN BIOL SEQ B with both BIOL 31 and BIOL 32).

BIOL 32 Human Physiology Units 5
Prerequisites: Reading level II; BIOL 31 or BIOL 33 or BIOL 1 or BIOL 11 and CHEM 1A or CHEM 3A, all with a grade of "C" or better.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is a survey of the major facts and theories in the field of human physiology. Laboratory experiments are used to demonstrate fundamental and applied principles of cellular and systematic physiology. The design of experiments used in physiological research is emphasized using student projects. (UC, CSU, CAN BIOL 12, CAN BIOL SEQ B with both BIOL 31 and BIOL 32).

BIOL 33 Anatomy & Physiology Units 6
Prerequisites: Reading level II; CHEM 3A, with a grade of "C" or better.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is a study of the anatomical and physiological relationship of the parts of the human body which includes some work with live animals. Anatomy & Physiology is recommended for the student enrolled in, or planning to enroll in, the Associate Degree Nursing (ADN) program to prepare Registered Nurses. The course is not designed specifically for the baccalaureate program. (UC, CSU)

BIOL 50H Special Studies: Biology Units 1-2
Prerequisites: BIOL 1, BIOL 2, BIOL 3, or BIOL 23 with a grade of "B" or better and presentation of a project acceptable to the instructor and the division chairperson.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to allow a the qualified student to do advanced work in the field. The course includes research, directed reading, field work, or other advanced study. The course may be repeated for a maximum total of 4 units. (CSU)

BIOL 70 Fundamentals of Biology Units 2
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an introduction to fundamental concepts that prepare the student to succeed in more avanced, transfer-level biology courses. The course includes: biological chemistry, cellular biology, classical and molecular genetics, and an introduction to elementary concepts in evolution, taxonomy, and ecology.

BIOL 75 Selected Topics: Biology Units 0.5-3
Prerequisites: None; exempt from assessment testing.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to offer instruction in one or more of the specialized areas of biology not already covered by the existing curriculum. Units in this course do not count toward an associate degree.

Business Administration

BUS 1A Principles of Accounting Units 5
Prerequisites: Reading level II.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is a study of basic accounting principles and procedures relating to proprietorships and partnerships. Procedures for the entire accounting cycle are included. Accounting principles relating to cash, short-term investments, receivables, inventories, plant assets, payables, depreciation, internal control and payroll are included. (UC, CSU)

BUS 1B Principles of Accounting Units 5
Prerequisites: Reading level II; completion of BUS 1A with a grade of "C" or better.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is a continuation of the study of basic accounting principles and procedures. The course examines the topics of corporations which include: consolidations, the statement of cash flows, analysis of financial statements, cost accounting, including job order and process cost systems, budgeting and standard costs, special reports, and income taxes. (UC, CSU)

BUS 3 Financial Accounting Units 5
Prerequisites: Reading level II; completion of BUS 1A with a grade of "C" or better.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an introduction to fundamental accounting principles and practices including the application of accounting theory to income measurement, valuation and disclosure, analysis, and interpretation of financial statements. (UC, CSU, CAN BUS 2, CAN BUS SEQ A with both BUS 3 and 4)

BUS 4 Managerial Accounting Units 5
Prerequisites: Reading level II; completion of BUS 1B or BUS 3 with a grade of "C" or better.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an introduction to the application of accounting concepts and systems to provide information for management decision making, control, profit planning, cost analysis, budgeting, and performance evaluation. (UC, CSU, CAN BUS 4, CAN BUS SEQ A with both BUS 3 and 4)

BUS 5 Introduction to Information
Processing Units 3
Prerequisites: Reading level II.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an introduction to the field of information processing and is designed to introduce the student to the hardware, software, terminology, and uses of modern computer systems. Applications software packages on microcomputers are introduced. The course is designed for business administration and accounting majors and is not open to the student who has completed CS 11. The student writes a minimum of four computer programs in COBOL. (UC, CSU)

BUS 8 Introduction to The American
Legal System Units 3
Prerequisites: Reading level II or concurrent enrollment in reading.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an introduction to American law and its relationship to society. Topics include the nature and structure of the legal system, crimes, torts, contracts, administrative law, family law, employment law, and laws governing businesses, real and personal property law, and estates. This course is not intended to replace BUS 18A, 18B (Business Law), or BUS 19 (Legal Environment of Business) for business majors or minors. (UC, CSU)

BUS 9 Ethical Issues in Business Units 3
Prerequisites: Reading level II or concurrent enrollment in reading.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is a study of the ethical issues which face businesses in the United States and in the international marketplace. Emphasis is placed upon applying ethics to current business problems in areas such as accounting, management, marketing, computer systems, finance, and real estate. (CSU)

BUS 10A Bookkeeping U nits 3
Prerequisites: Reading level II.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an introductory study of bookkeeping procedures relating to proprietorships. The student learns and applies procedures for the entire accounting cycle to both a service and merchandising firm. (CSU)

BUS 10B Bookkeeping Units 3
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is a review and continuation of the study of accrual accounting. The course includes notes and interest, depreciation, merchandise accounting, inventory valuation methods, and accounting for partnerships and corporations. BUS 10B cannot be taken after successful completion of Principles of Accounting (BUS 1A or 1B). (CSU)

BUS 11 Income Tax Procedures Units 3
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an introduction to federal income tax laws and regulations and their application. The course prepares the student to handle personal income tax returns. (CSU)

BUS 13 Accounting on the Microcomputer Units 2
Prerequisites: BUS 1A or 10A with a grade of "C" or better; reading level II or reading level I.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to integrate accounting principles with computer software to allow the student to experience a modern, computerized integrated accounting system. No prior knowledge of computers or computerized accounting is required by the student. Problems on sole proprietorships, partnerships and corporation; service and merchandising businesses; departmentalized and nondepartmentalized businesses; voucher and nonvoucher systems; fixed assets, inventory, and payroll systems are presented. (CSU)

BUS 14 Microcomputers and Small Business
Systems Units 3
Prerequisites: Reading level II.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to introduce the student to microcomputers and the various pre-written application programs available. It is intended for the student with no prior exposure to microcomputers and is for the non-programmer. (CSU)

BUS 15 Computer Spreadsheets for
Accounting Units 2
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to enable the student to use software spreadsheet application programs such as LOTUS 1-2-3tm, Excel, Quattro Pro, or similar spreadsheet application programs on personal computers to solve accounting application problems such as payroll, purchases, receivables, payables, worksheets, financial statements, and supplemental reports. The student builds a worksheet from scratch, learns basic spreadsheet functions and formulas, creates charts and graphs, and works with databases. (CSU)

BUS 17A Beginning Business Communication Units 3
Prerequisites: Reading level II.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to provide the student with the skills to communicate effectively on the job. The student is introduced to writing e-mail messages, memorandums, letters, and reports. The student also reviews sentence structure, grammar, punctuation, and business vocabulary to produce effective business messages. (CSU)

BUS 17B Advanced Business Communications Units 3
Prerequisites: BUS 17A.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to provide the student with an understanding of business communication principles and procedures for effective writing of memorandums, electronic messages, letters, reports, and proposals. Topics include intercultural communication, technology, audience-centered messages, and the business writing process as applied to developing business written communication. (CSU)

BUS 18A Business Law Units 3
Prerequisites: Reading level II or concurrent enrollment in reading.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is a basic course in law and its relationship to business. Topics include a study of concepts and cases involving the legal system, dispute resolution, torts, contracts, and other areas of commercial law. (UC, CSU)

BUS 18B Business Law Units 3
Prerequisites: Reading level II or concurrent enrollment in reading.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is a continuation of the study of legal principles affecting business with emphasis upon partnerships, corporations, sales, commercial paper, creditors' rights, bankruptcy, insurance, real and personal property, estates and trusts, consumer protection, and international law. (UC, CSU)

BUS 19 Legal Environment of Business Units 3
Prerequisites: Reading level II or concurrent enrollment in reading.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is a basic course in the laws and regulations affecting managerial decisions in business. The focus is upon legal concepts and case analysis in the areas of ethics, employment, consumer transactions, competition, the environment, business torts and crimes, contracts, agency, and business organizations. (CSU, CAN BUS 12)

BUS 20 Introduction to Business Units 3
Prerequisites: Reading level II.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to build an understanding of the market economy, the business environment, other economic systems, and the organization, management, and operation of business enterprises. The course includes such topics as understanding the economy, how businesses are formed and managed, human relations, producing and marketing a product or service, the financial markets and securities, governmental relationships, understanding the financial media, and other similar areas. The course is a foundation for the business student. (UC, CSU)

BUS 21 Marketing Units 3
Prerequisites: Reading level II.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an introduction to the field of marketing. The course provides a background for more specialized study in fields of advertising, selling, and retailing. Topics include: the market structure; marketing institutions; marketing costs; consumer motivation; channels of distribution; purchasing; personal selling; pricing; and the use of new technologies. (CSU)

BUS 22 Professional Selling Units 3
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an introductory course in sales designed to assist the student to: develop a professional attitude toward selling and a better understanding of self; learn how to sell self before selling a product, service, or idea; learn the principles and rules of persuasion; begin to understand customers and their actions; and develop the techniques of selling and persuasion. The course covers both retail and direct selling. (CSU)

BUS 23 Advertising Units 3
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an introduction to advertising principles and techniques. The course includes the theory and role of advertising in our global economic system. The course includes principles of layout and copy, advertising production, and media selection. The course also focuses on integrated marketing communications and advertising on the World Wide Web. (CSU)

BUS 24 Retail Management Units 3
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an introduction to retailing covering a study of store location; building and fixtures; store organization; retail selling and increasing sales through promotion and advertising; buying and merchandising planning; receiving and marketing merchandise; pricing for profit; and accounting and control in the store. (CSU)

BUS 26 Economics of Business Units 3
Prerequisites: Reading level II.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an introductory course in economics. The course includes a study of the United States economic system, other economic systems, resource allocation, factors of production, competition, labor, government and economic policy, the private sector, monetary policy, and supply and demand. (UC, CSU)

BUS 27 Financial Planning and Investments Units 3
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an introduction to financial planning and investments, both for the individual and business. The course includes basic investment concepts and theory, a survey of alternative types of investment media, securities markets, fundamental analysis in security selection, and investment timing. (CSU)

BUS 30 Supervision and Human Relations Units 3
Prerequisites: Reading level II.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an introduction to supervision within an organizational framework. The includes the study of human perception, communication, motivation, leadership techniques, management styles, work planning, and performance appraisal. (CSU)

BUS 31 Introduction to Management Units 3
Prerequisites: Reading level II.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an introduction to the principles of good management and the effective utilization of human and material resources to achieve the objectives of an enterprise. The course emphasizes the planning, organizing, staffing, directing, and controlling functions of management. The course also includes effective communication, motivation, and managing for change. (CSU)

BUS 32 Total Quality Management Units 3
Prerequisites: Reading level II.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an introduction to the fundamentals of total quality management (TQM). The course includes the analysis, design, and implementation of quality management principles to achieve continuous improvement of organizational processes. (CSU)

BUS 33 Introduction to Public Administration Units 3
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an introduction to the study of principles and challenges in public administration. Topics include: the political environment, personnel public policy, governmental regulations, strategies for managing in the public sector, personnel administrator and labor relations, financial accountability, and ethics. (CSU)

BUS 34 Introduction to Municipal Clerkship Units 3
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an introduction to practices, policies, and regulations of a municipal government as they relate to the duties of a municipal clerk. Topics include: public relations, organization, administration, legislative procedures, meeting preparation and minutes, election planning and procedures, land use issues, licenses and permits, projects and capital improvements, contract and deeds processing, and an overview of records management. (CSU)

BUS 35 Multimedia Presentations Units 3
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to introduce concepts required for creating business presentations with text, graphics, and multimedia capabilities. Presentation layout and design techniques are emphasized. (CSU)

BUS 36 Human Resources Management Units 3
Prerequisites: Reading level II.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an exploration of the responsibilities involved in recruiting, selecting, inducting, advancing, terminating, and retiring employees. Developing the job descriptions, defining job qualifications, as well as stressing human behavioral factors involved in business and industry are included in this course. (CSU)

BUS 37 Human Behavior in Organizations Units 3
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an introduction to the analysis of individual behavioral characteristics within organizations and management teams. Information provided enables the student to determine a course of action to influence attitudes, perceptions and/or behaviors of an individual or groups. Topics include individual motivations and group dynamics, conflict sources and resolution techniques, leadership skills and styles, decision making processes, and task delegation methods. Organizational concepts of communication and information processing, goal setting, control processes and management by objectives are related to the enhancement of organizational productivity. (CSU)

BUS 38 Selected Topics: Business Units 0.5-3
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to enable the College to offer instruction in one of the specialized areas of Business not already covered by the existing curriculum. (CSU)

BUS 40 Real Estate Principles Units 3
Prerequisites: Reading level II or concurrent enrollment in reading.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an introduction to principles of California real estate, including an introduction to property rights, legal descriptions, encumbrances, agency, contracts, transfers, finance, lenders, appraisal, escrow, government's role and regulations, taxation, and licensing requirements. The course is designed to meet the needs of both a general student and the individual desiring employment in the field or related areas. The course is applicable toward a requirement for state licensure as a salesperson, broker, or real estate appraiser. (CSU)

BUS 41 Real Estate Practice Units 3
Prerequisites: Reading level II or concurrent enrollment in reading.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: BUS 40.

This course is an introduction to the practices and techniques of real estate broker and salesperson. Topics included: developing a market analysis, listing property for sale or lease, sales procedures, financing, closing costs, escrow routine, advertising, managing the real estate office, public relations, and professional ethics. This course is a applicable toward a requirement for state licensure as a salesperson or broker. (CSU)

BUS 42 Real Estate Finance Units 3
Prerequisites: Reading level II or concurrent enrollment in reading.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an introduction to current financial practices and legislation related to real property transactions. The course includes regulations, principles, practices, and terminology of financing real estate property. The coures is designed to assist the student in the banking, savings and loan, real estate, and legal fields to understand and apply these regulations and computations. The course is applicable toward a requirement for state licensure as a real estate salesperson or broker. (CSU)

BUS 43 Legal Aspects of Real Estate Units 3
Prerequisites: Reading level II or concurrent enrollment in reading.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an introduction to California real estate law. Topics include contracts, land titles, agency, acquisition and conveyance, security devices, liens, financing, foreclosure, land use and regulation, probate, and owner-tenant issues. The course is applicable toward a requirement for state licensure as a real estate salesperson or broker. (CSU)

BUS 44 Real Estate Appraisal Units 3
Prerequisites: Reading level II or concurrent enrollment in reading.
Limitation on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: BUS 40.

This course is an introduction to the principles and methods used in appraisal of real property. The course is a practical guide for brokers, salespeople, appraisal trainees, investors, and consumers. Appraisal techniques such as statistical analysis and income capitalization are introduced. The course is applicable toward a requirement for state licensure as a salesperson, broker, or a real estate appraiser. (CSU)

BUS 45 Real Estate Economics Units 3
Prerequisites: Reading level II or concurrent enrollment in reading.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: BUS 40.

This course is an introduction to economic principles related to real estate markets and land use. The course is recommended for the individual planning to appraise real property. Topics include: factors that influence prices, money and credit, land utilization, land use planning and controls, impact of taxation, regional and community development, and required government reports. The course is applicable toward a requirement for state licensure in real estate sales or brokerage. (CSU)

BUS 46 Property Management Units 3
Prerequisites: Reading level II or concurrent enrollment in reading.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is a basic, but comprehensive, course in the management and operation of income properties, such as a residential, office, shopping center, and condominium. The course includes the background and fundamentals of the investment, property selection and evaluation, lease performance objectives, maintenance, administration and management, California landlord/tenant law, the role of the manager and property management as a profession, and owner/tenant relations. The course is applicable toward a requirement for state licensure as a real estate salesperson, broker, or real estate appraiser. (CSU)

BUS 50H Special Studies: Multidisciplinary Units 1-3
Prerequisites: Reading level II; BUS 1A, BUS 20, BIM 2, BUS 40, BUS 51, BUS 56, BUS 57, BUS 58, BUS 61, BUS 63, or BUS 66. Approval of a project proposal acceptable to the instructor and the division chairperson.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is a special studies course open to the student qualified to do advanced work in the fields of accounting, business, business information management, real estate, or transportation. The course includes research, directed reading, field work, or other advanced study. This course may be repeated for a maximum of four units. (CSU)

BUS 50I Special Studies:
International Business Units 0.5-4
Prerequisites: BUS 54 or BUS 55 with a grade of "C" or better; and presentation of a proposal for a project acceptable to the instructor and division chairperson.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to offer the student an opportunity to do research, directed reading, field work, or other advanced study. Special Studies is a course open to the student qualified to do advanced work in the field of international business. This course may be taken or repeated for a maximum total of 4 units. (CSU)

BUS 50J Special Studies: Advertising Units 0.5-4
Prerequisites: BUS 22 or BUS 23 with a grade of "C" or better; and presentation of a proposal for a project acceptable to the instructor and division chairperson.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to offer the student an opportunity to do research, directed reading, field work, or other advanced study. Special Studies is a course open to the student qualified to do advanced work in the field of advertising. This course may be taken or repeated for a maximum total of 4 units. (CSU)

BUS 50K Special Studies: Management Units 0.5-4
Prerequisites: BUS 30, BUS 31, BUS 32, BUS 36, or BUS 60 with a grade of "B" or better; and presentation of a proposal for a project acceptable to the instructor and division chairperson.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to offer the student an opportunity to do research, directed reading, field work, or other advanced study. Special Studies is a course open to the student qualified to do advanced work in the field of management. This course may be taken or repeated for a maximum total of 4 units. (CSU)

BUS 50L Special Studies: Legal Aspects
of Business Units 0.5-4
Prerequisites: BUS 8, BUS 18A, BUS 18B, BUS 19, or BUS 54 with a grade of "C" or better; and presentation of a proposal for a project acceptable to the instructor and division chairperson.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to offer the student an opportunity to do research, directed reading, field work, or other advanced study. Special Studies is a course open to the student qualified to do advanced work in the field of the legal aspects of business. This course may be taken or repeated for a maximum total of 4 units. (CSU)

BUS 50M Special Studies: Marketing Units 0.5-4
Prerequisites: BUS 21, BUS 22, or BUS 24 with a grade of "C" or better; and presentation of a proposal for a project acceptable to the instructor and division chairperson.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to offer the student an opportunity to do research, directed reading, field work, or other advanced study. Special Studies is a course open to the student qualified to do advanced work in the field of marketing. This course may be taken or repeated for a maximum total of 4 units. (CSU)

BUS 51 Introduction to Transportation Units 1.5
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an introduction to the field of transportation. The course includes the role and regulation of domestic transportation, basic modes of transportation, governmental influences on transportation, traffic management and control decisions, and intrastate transportation considerations. (CSU)

BUS 55 International Business Units 3
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: BUS 20.

This course is a comprehensive overview of international business designed to provide a global perspective on international trade including foreign investments, impact of financial markets, international marketing, and the operation of multinational companies. (CSU)

BUS 56 Transportation: Export and Import Units 3
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an introduction to the field of export and import of goods across international boundaries. The course includes: freight forwarding involving export and import of goods across international boundaries, governmental regulations, terminal and port charges, required documents, insurance, foreign banking, customs procedures, and warehousing. (CSU)

BUS 57 Physical Distribution and
Warehousing Units 3
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an introduction to the physical distribution of goods, warehousing, and warehouse management. This course includes types of available systems and advances through modern technology and interaction with present and future modes of transport and warehousing concepts. (CSU)

BUS 58 Transportation of Hazardous
Materials Units 3
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an introduction to the rules and regulations for shipping hazardous materials by rail, air, highway, and water. The course includes the inspection and quality control procedures for packaging, marking, labeling, certification loading, blocking, and bracing of hazardous materials as well as international requirements to ensure safe shipment. (CSU)

BUS 61 Principles and Operations of
Financial Institutions Units 3
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an introduction to the principles and operations of financial institutions including banks, savings and loans, credit unions, and thrift organizations. The course includes the study of the operations, procedures, and functions of financial institutions; the Federal Reserve System; current banking legislation; bank transactions and services; legal considerations; electronic commerce; auditing; and government controls. The financial systems of the United States are the primary emphasis of the this course. (CSU)

BUS 63 Analysis of Financial Statements Units 3
Prerequisites: Reading level II; either BUS 1A or BUS 10A with a grade of "C" or better.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an introduction to financial statements. Included are the study and analysis of balance sheets, earnings statements, capital statements, and various other commonly used reports. The determination of techniques such as "why and how" analysis, "methods and goals" analysis, the tools of analysis, and the projections and relationships of various types of data are emphasized. (CSU)

BUS 66 Principles of Money and Banking Units 3
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an introduction to economics related to the nature, history, and functions of the United States banking system. The course includes commercial banking, central banking, money and macroeconomic theory, monetary and fiscal policies, insured and non-insured products, and international banking. (CSU)

BUS 67 Introduction to Personal Finance Units 3
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an introduction to planning and managing personal finances. The course emphasizes applying theories to real world situations such as financial statements, money management and tax strategies, sources of credit and banking services, consumer purchasing strategies, risk and insurance analysis, health care and disability considerations, investment insruments and alternatives, and retirement and estate planning. (CSU)

BUS 70 Payroll Accounting Units 2
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an introductory study of payroll accounting. The personnel and payroll records provide information required under the numerous laws affecting the operations of a payroll system. There is an emphasis on the payroll-record life of each employee from the initial application for employment to the application for the first social security benefit check.

BUS 71 Computerized Payroll Accounting Units 1
Prerequisites: BUS 70.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: Working knowledge of Windows.

This course is designed as an introductory study of computerized payroll accounting procedures. The student learns to work through a computerized payroll accounting practice set using software similar to Peachtree Accounting for Windows.

BUS 72 QuickBooks Units 1.5
Prerequisites: BUS 10A or BUS 1A.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed as an introduction to computerized accounting using QuickBooks. The course provides an overview of the software for basic double entry accounting. The student learns to set up a company on QuickBooks, recording transactions (journalizing and posting), managing accounts receivables and payables, paying bills using QuickBooks checks, payroll procedures, statement preparation, and graphing data.

BUS 73A Leadership for Supervision Units 1
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an introduction to the field of first-line management. This course is designed especially for the manager or supervisor and stresses the basics of motivating the employee, the role of the supervisor, the supervisor as a leader, training, communicating, and resolving conflict.

BUS 73B Recruiting and Selecting Employees Units 1
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is a concentrated review of the basic elements involved in the recruiting and selecting of employees. The course is designed to meet the needs of the owner and manager. Basic policies and practices, effective procedures, and current legislation affecting the recruitment and selection of the employee is included.

BUS 73C Decision Making for Supervisors Units 1
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an introduction to the process of decision making and objective setting for managers. The course is designed to develop and enhance decision making skills with the goal of reducing risk and improving performance and productivity. Topics include defining and setting goals, planning, and effective time management.

BUS 73D Personnel Relations in the Workplace Units 1
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an introduction to the techniques used to improve workplace relationships by developing and enhancing team building and leadership skills. Topics include team building for performance, effective delegation techniques, goal setting and achievement, coaching, training, and counseling.

BUS 76 Selected Topics: Business Units 0.5-3
Prerequisites: None; exempt from assessment testing.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to offer instruction in one or more of the

specialized areas of business not already covered by

the existing curriculum. Units in this course do not count toward an

associate degree.


BUS 77 Introduction to On-line Courses Units 0.5
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an introduction to the use of the Internet to take on-line corses. Topics include hardware and software requirements, the use of electronic mail, electronic journals, notebooks, chat rooms, testing, and the course syllabus. Strategies for success in on-line courses are also included.

BUS 78 Introduction to Teller Training Units 1.5
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed as an introduction to teller training. The course provides training in the principles of banking and handling money, customer relations and sales techniques, different types of accounts and financial services, processing currency transactions and customer payments, balancing and finding errors in the teller's cash drawer, bank security systems, basic accounting principles, and job readiness skills.

BUS 79 Electronic Banking: Quicken Units 1.5
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an introduction to computerized electronic banking using Quicken or a similar software package. The course presents an overview of the software for basic personal accounting and banking purposes. Topics include gaining familiarity with and using online services through Quicken, using the financial network and calendar, defining and tracking transactions, printing checks, balancing a checkbook, and creating and customizing reports.

BUS 80 Microcomputer Essentials for
Real Estate Practice Units 1
Prerequisites: BUS 41 with a grade of "C" or better or concurrent enrollment in BUS 41.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an introduction to the use of the microcomputer as a tool for the real estate sales associate or broker. Topics include computerized calculations for buyer qualification, buyer and seller closing costs, seller closing costs, seller net proceeds, loan costs, amortization schedules, escrow settlement figures, and appraisal calculations. This course also provides an introduction to the use of technology including electronic mail, Internet web pages, client software such as "Top Producer," electronic versions of the Multiple Listing Service (MLS), digital images and cameras, and hardware buying strategies for the real estate professional.

BUS 81 California Income Tax Preparation Units 1
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to make the student aware of the latest tax laws in order to properly complete California income tax returns.

BUS 82A Business Mathematics Units 3
Prerequisites: Reading level II and Math level II.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is a comprehensive review of whole number, fraction, decimal and percent computations as well as simple word problems involving money management. The course is designed to allow the student to work at his or her own pace. Units earned in this course do not count toward the associate degree.

BUS 82B Business Mathematics Units 3
Prerequisites: BUS 82A.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to introduce the student to mathematical concepts related to modern business. The course includes such topics as loans, compound interest, real estate, depreciation, and financial statements. The course is designed to allow the student to work at his or her own pace. Units earned in this course do not count toward the associate degree.

BUS 85 Introduction to International Trade Units 1.5
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an introduction to the study of international trade. The course includes international trade resources, market research and planning, negotiating with foreign businesses, export terms and freight forwarding, export quotations, methods of payment and financing, agents and distributors, and legal issues.

BUS 90 Introduction to Telephone Call
Centers Units 1.5
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an introduction to telephone call center operations. The course includes call center operations and working conditions, expectations of the call center employee, call center technology, employee accountability measures, sales techniques, and preparation for employment.

BUS 91 Real Estate License Preparation Units 1
Prerequisites: BUS 40 or concurrent enrollment in BUS 40.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to provide a review of knowledge and skills necessary to pass the California State real estate agent's licensing examination. Topics include information about obtaining a real estate license, principles of real estate, test taking skills, and sample tests. Units in this course do not apply toward the associate degree.

BUS 94A Small Business Start Up Units 1
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed especially for the individual wanting to start his or her own business. The course emphasizes the need for planning and the financial considerations needed prior to opening a business. The course guides the student through the preliminary process of creating a business plan. In addition, course topics include choosing the legal structure of the business, business financing, location, and franchising.

BUS 94B Essential Topics for Small Business Units 1
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed for an individual who currently owns, or would like to own his or her own business. Course topics include market research, the need for a marketing plan, image development, and advertising. Local licensing and zoning laws are discussed. The student learns how to write and present the final draft of the business plan to potential lenders and investors.

BUS 94C The New Entrepreneur Units 1
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed for an individual who currently owns, or would like to own his or her own business. The course introduces the importance of designing or choosing an adequate record keeping system. Other topics include cash control, budgeting, cash flow, break-even analysis, and the records needed for tax reporting. Insurance and potential risks, as well as crime prevention and basic management principles, are discussed.

BUS 94D The Law and the Small Business Units 1
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to describe and interpret the basic laws governing business and commercial relationships relating to small business. Course topics include legal information regarding sole proprietorship, partnership, limited partnership, corporation, and joint venture. The course also addresses contracts, employment law, copyrights, patents, trademarks, and other legal considerations.

BUS 94E Marketing and Advertising
Strategies for Small Business Units 1
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to identify ideas, methods, and techniques to market small businesses effectively and successfully. Course topics include image-building marketing strategies, public relations, direct marketing, direct mail, low=cost advertising, media placement, basic marketing plans, and advertising budgets.

BUS 94F Customer Service Strategies Units 1
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to teach the business owners in any industry how to implement user-friendly and results-oriented customer service systems. Course topics include how to satisfy the customer, the importance of customer service, how to measure customer satisfaction in the use of questionnaires and surveys, and set up customer service systems in your business. The course also focuses on customer service as a marketing tool.

BUS 95A Introduction to Bookkeeping and
Accounting Units 1
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed as an introduction to bookkeeping and accounting. Topics include organization of data, bookkeeping techniques, meeting deadlines, internal control procedures, control of cash, writing checks, reconciling bank accounts, receipts of cash and checks, disbursements of cash and checks, handling of accounts receivable, handling of accounts payable, payroll requirements, taking an inventory, worksheets, financial statements, and ethics.

BUS 95B Sales and Marketing Units 1
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to be an entry level course for the student seeking a career as a sales/marketing representative. Course topics include career opportunities in sales and marketing by acquiring product information, developing product selling strategies, understanding buyer behavior, developing a prospect base, preparing the sales demonstration, closing, and confirming the sale. The course also focuses on job search and preparing for the job interview.

BUS 95C Retailing Units 1
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to be an entry level course for the student seeking a career in retail sales. Course topics include career opportunities in retail sales, customer service techniques, merchandising and inventory control, using the cash register/calculator, telephone etiquette, and basic sales techniques. The course also focuses on job search, and preparing for the job interview.

BUS 98V Work Experience: Business and
Accounting Units 1-8
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: The student must enroll in a course that is directly related to the business or accounting work experience. The student must enroll in a minimum of 7 units during the semester including work experience units. For summer session, the student must enroll in one related course in addition to work experience. The combined total number of units a student may take in internship, work experience, and occupational practice may not exceed a maximum of 16 units. Participation requires submission and approval of work experience program objectives and an employer work experience agreement.
Advisories: GUID 30, 31, 32, 33.

This course is designed for the student employed in business or accounting. The course objectives are developed by the students in consultation with his or her supervisor. The student is engaged in a specific research project or on-the-job learning activities under the supervision of a worksite supervisor and a college work experience instructor. To register, complete an application form available at the Applied Science and Technology Division office, Holt 140.

Business Information Management

BIM 1A Beginning Keyboarding Units 1.5
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an introduction to touch keyboarding and touch typewriting skills for alphabetic, numeric, symbol keys, and the ten-key pad. The student learns required theory and skills for formatting, centering text vertically and horizontally, proofreading and correcting errors, and setting margins, using word processing software on a personal computer. (CSU)

BIM 1B Exploring Word Processing Units 1.5
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to introduce the keyboard proficient student to the use of word processing software on a personal computer to complete term papers, letters, tables, and outlines. The course includes further development of the student's previously learned keyboarding skills using the touch method. (CSU)

BIM 2 Intermediate Keyboarding Units 3.5
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to provide instruction in production of business documents in a variety of formats using word processing software to the keyboard proficient student. The student learns to compose, store, revise, and print business letters, memoranda, envelopes, reports, tables, job applications, forms, and numerous other administrative documents. (CSU)

BIM 7A Beginning Word Processing:
Concepts and Applications Units 3
Prerequisites: Reading level II or concurrent enrollment in reading.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to introduce basic concepts and operation of word processing software for producing documents found in typical business offices. The following specialized instruction on the basic concepts of word processing is emphasized: Theory and skills necessary to create, save, retrieve, edit, and print documents; how to use electronic writing tools such as the spelling and grammar checker and the thesaurus; how to change defaults for characters, lines, and paragraphs; and how to create headers, footers, footnotes, endnotes, envelopes, labels, and automatic page numbers. (CSU)

BIM 7B Advanced Word Processing:
Concepts and Applications Units 3
Prerequisites: BIM 1B or BIM 2 or CS 20 or BIM 7A with a grade of "C" or better.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to introduce advanced concepts in word processing software. The following topics are emphasized: animating text, adding borders, inserting clip art, drawing shapes and objects, using WordArt, creating tables, using style sheets, designing charts, creating forms, and working with outlines. (CSU)

BIM 8 Desktop Publishing with Word Processing
Software Units 3
Prerequisite: BIM 1B or BIM 2 or CS 20 or BIM 7A or BIM 7B with a grade of "C" or better.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to introduce desktop publishing concepts using word processing software. The student creates specialized documents similar to the following: letterheads, business cards, logos, resumes, address labels, calendars, flyers, brochures, newsletters, reports, manuals, and web pages. (CSU)

BIM 23A Beginning Desktop Publishing,
Using PageMaker Units 2
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to provide information and hands-on training in using state-of-the-art microcomputers, laser printers, and Pagemaker software. The student learns to produce camera-ready, near-typeset quality reports, newsletters, business forms, and presentations. Knowledge of word processing and PC-DOS is recommended. (CSU)

BIM 23M Beginning Desktop Publishing,
Using PageMaker Units 2
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to provide the student with information on the concepts, structures, and processes as well as training in using state-of-the art microcomputers, laser printers, color printers, scanners, and PageMaker software on Macintosh computers. The student learns to design, produce, and integrate text and graphics into camera-ready, near-typeset quality reports, newsletters, business forms, proposals, and presentations. An equivalent personal computer (PC) course is offered. No more than two units may be earned by taking either course. (CSU)

BIM 23P Beginning Desktop Publishing,
Using Page Maker Units 2
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to provide the student with information on the concepts, structures, and processes as well as training in using state-of-the art microcomputers, laser printers, color printers, scanners, and PageMaker software on personal computers (PC). The student learns to design, produce, and integrate text and graphics into camera-ready, near-typeset quality reports, newsletters, business forms, proposals, and presentations. An equivalent Macintosh computer course is offered. No more than two units may be earned by taking either course. (CSU)

BIM 31 Electronic Calculation Units 3
Prerequisites: Reading level II or concurrent enrollment in reading.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to teach the student to solve clerical and accounting problems using electronic display calculator features such as the constant multiplication/division feature, single/double memory, accumulative memory, and special function keys. Emphasis is given to speed and accuracy of data entry skills. The student receives training, practice, and achieves proficiency by operating various brands of calculators. BIM 31 cannot be taken after successful completion of BIM 32A, B, or C. (CSU)

BIM 32A Beginning Office Calculation Units 1
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to emphasize basic operation of electronic calculators using business mathematical concepts common in business. The student receives individualized training and practice in ten-key touch operation and skill development, multiplication, division, constants, multiple, sequential, and business calculations. This is an open-entry, open-exit course. BIM 32A cannot be taken after successful completion of BIM 31 (Electronic Calculation) because it is a part of the BIM 31 curriculum. (CSU)

BIM 32B Intermediate Office Calculation Units 1
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is a refinement in introductory electronic display calculator skills. The course includes topics such as fractions, percentages, interest, discounts, annuities, merchandising, and invoicing, use of constant key, memory, and special function keys. BIM 32B cannot be taken after successful completion of BIM 31 (Electronic Calculation) because it is a part of the BIM 31 curriculum. This is an open-entry, open-exit course. (CSU)

BIM 32C Advanced Office Calculation Units 1
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is a further refinement of electronic display/printing calculator skills using constant key, single/double memory, accumulative memory, special function keys required for payroll records and proration, real estate, depreciation and insurance, basic business and financial statistics, accounting analysis, and metric conversion. This course includes topics such as payroll records, proration of expenses, real estate taxes, depreciation, insurance premiums, business analysis, and the metric system. BIM 32C cannot be taken after succesfful completion of BIM 31 (Electronic Calculation). This is an open-entry, open-exit class. (CSU)

BIM 38 Office Technologies Units 3
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to prepare the student to work in the electronic office of today. Emphasis is placed on the basic areas of office support to include machine transcription, reprographics, telecommunications, incoming and outgoing mail, customer service, meetings and conferences, and travel arrangements. Time management, communication, office ethics, and job preparation are topics included to support the study of office technology. (CSU)

BIM 39 Office Management Units 3
Prerequisites: Reading level II.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to introduce basic principles of management, problem-solving, system analysis, productivity evaluation, human resources, and support service management in an office environment. (CSU)

BIM 42 Records Management and Filing Units 3
Prerequisites: Reading level II.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to build an understanding of the basic principles and procedures for manual and electronic records storage and control. Specific rules for alphabetic indexing are studied and then applied to alphabetic, geographic, subject, and numeric methods of records storage. Management aspects of records control and evaluating records storage practices are included. A database filing program on personal computers to enhance the manual records control tasks is studied. This automated procedure provides the ability to create, store, manipulate, and create reports from electronic data files. (CSU)

BIM 43 Records Management in Public
Agencies Units 3
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an introduction to the management of public and other records in public agencies. Topics include: records management systems, records inventory, records classification, imaging technology, retention, storage, retrieval and transfer, archival methods, electronic records systems and computer based records management systems in the public sector. (CSU)

BIM 69V Internship: Business Information
Management Units 1-8
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: Students are required to enroll in a minimum of 7 units during the semester including internship units; the combined total number of units a student may take in internship, work experience, and occupational practice may not exceed a maximum of 16 units; participation requires submission and approval of internship program objectives and employer internship agreement.
Advisories: GUID 30, 31, 32, 33.

This course is designed for the student participating in a Business Information Management vocational internship program. Application of discipline-related skills and knowledge in conjunction with Secretar's Commission on Achieving Necessary Skills (SCANS) competencies is emphasized. Each student is engaged in a specific research project or on-the-job learning activities under the supervision of a worksite supervisor and a college work experience instructor. (CSU)

BIM 70 Keyboarding for Speed and
Accuracy Units 1.5

Prerequisites: None

Limitations on Enrollment: None

Advisories: BIM 1A

This course is designed to strengthen keyboarding skills previously developed in a basic keyboarding class. The course enables the student to increase speed and ecrease errors to meet course prerequisites, job requirements, or personal goals. Units in this course do not apply toward the associate degree.

BIM 76 Selected Topics: Business
Information Management Units 0.5-3
Prerequisites: None; exempt from assessment testing.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to offer instruction in one or more of the specialized areas of business information management not already covered by the existing curriculum. Units in this course do not count toward an associate degree.

BIM 77 Selected Topics: Business Information
Management Units 0.5-2
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to offer laboratory instruction in one of the specialized areas of business information management not already covered by existing curriculum. The student must be enrolled concurrently in BIM 76.

BIM 80A Microsoft® Office Certification:
Word (Core) Units 0.5
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to prepare the student for the Word Microsoft® Office User Specialist (MOUS) certification examination at the core level. The student has access to interactive training and simulated testing software in preparation for the certification examination. This is an open-entry, open-exit course.

BIM 80B Microsoft® Office Certification:
Word (Expert) Units 0.5
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to prepare the student for the Word Microsoft® Office User Specialist (MOUS) certification examination at the expert level. The student has access to interactive training and simulated testing software in preparation for the certification examination. This is an open-entry, open-exit course.

BIM 80C Microsoft® Office Certification:
Excel (Core) Units 0.5
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to prepare the student for the Excel Microsoft® Office User Specialist (MOUS) certfication examination at the core level. The student has access to interactive training and simulated testing software in preparation for the certification examination. This is an open-entry, open-exit course.

BIM 80D Microsoft® Office Certification:
Excel (Expert) Units 0.5
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to prepare the student for the Excel Microsoft® Office User Specialist (MOUS) certification examination at the expert level. The student has access to interactive training and simulated testing software in preparation for the certification examination. This is an open-entry, open-exit course.

BIM 80E Microsoft® Office Certification:
Access Units 0.5
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to perpare the student for the Access Microsoft® Office User Specialist (MOUS) certification examination. The student has access to interactive training and simulated testing software in preparation for the certification examination. This is an open-entry, open-exit course.

BIM 80F Microsoft® Office Certification:
PowerPoint Units 0.5
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to prepare the student for the PowerPoint Microsoft® Office User Specialist (MOUS) certfication examination. The student has access to interactive training and simulated testing software in preparation for the certification examination. This is an open-entry, open-exit course.

BIM 82 WordPerfect for Windows Units 2.5
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None:
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to introduce word processing and desktop publishing concepts using Corel WordPerfect software. The student learns to create, edit, format, save, and print documents that include headers, footers, footnotes, endnotes, watermarks, and text and graphics boxes. In addition, the student uses electronic writing tools, TextArt, mail merge, macro features, styles, templates, drawing tools, clip art, and scanned images.

BIM 95A Office Filing Units 1
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to provide information on how to manage records during the maintenance stage of their life cycle. The student learns to use alphabetic indexing rules compatible with the Association of Records Managers and Administrators (ARMA) guidelines.

BIM 95B Electronic Filing Units 1
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to provide information on the methods of defining databases and creating tables. The student learn to add, modify, sort, query, and print records using a commercial database software program.

BIM 95C Electronic Data Entry and
Calculation Units 1
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to introduce basic operation of computer calculator software programs using mathematical concepts common in business. The student learns the computer ten-key pad by touch and common calculator features emphasizing the use of computer calculator software programs to solve everyday business problems.

BIM 95D Proofreading Techniques Units 1
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to enable the student to proofread and edit a variety of business documents. The student learns to identify and correct errors in mechanics, keyboarding, and formatting generally found in written business communication.

BIM 95E Telephone Techniques Units 0.5
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to enable the student to communicate effectively on the telephone, handle incoming calls, make outgoing calls, handle special calls, and use telephone messaging systems professionally.

BIM 95F Office Fundamentals Units 1
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to prepare the student to work in the electronic office of today. Emphasis is placed on the basic areas of office support to include reprographics, telecommunications, mail procedures, and calendaring.

BIM 95G Transcription Techniques Units 1
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to introduce basic concepts and operation of transcription equipment and word processing software to produce mailable business correspondence used in business offices today. The student completes transcription practice to develop good listening techniques, proofreading, word usage, and communication skills needed in successful transcription of business documents.

Cambodian

CAM 1 Elementary Cambodian Units 5
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an introduction to the Cambodian language and Cambodian cultures. Emphasis is placed on the following skills in the order given: listening, speaking, reading, and writing. (UC, CSU)

CAM 2 Elementary Cambodian Units 5
Prerequisites: Successful completion of CAM 1 or 52.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an introduction to the Cambodian language and Cambodian cultures. Emphasis is placed on the following skills in the order given: listening, speaking, reading, and writing. (UC, CSU)

CAM 3 Intermediate Cambodian Units 5
Prerequisites: Successful completion of CAM 2 or 54.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to offer continued study of the Cambodian language and Cambodian cultures. Efforts to improve reading and composition skills are based on both contemporary and traditional selections. (UC, CSU)

CAM 4 Intermediate Cambodian Units 5
Prerequisites: Successful completion of CAM 3.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to offer continued study of the Cambodian language and Cambodian cultures. Efforts to improve reading and composition skills are based on both contemporary and traditional selection. (UC, CSU)

CAM 36A Introductory Cambodian
Conversation Units 2
Prerequisites: Successful completion of CAM 1 or 51.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to strengthen fundamental communication patterns based on typical daily situations. (CSU)

CAM 36B Beginning Cambodian
Conversation Units 2
Prerequisites: Successful completion of CAM 2 or 53.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to achieve conversational ability based on typical daily situations. (CSU)

CAM 38A Special Assignment: Listening Units 2
Prerequisites: Concurrent enrollment in or completion of CAM 1 or 51.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This is a skill-building course with an emphasis on listening. The course is designed to meet the special needs of the student. The course is offered for individual or group study. (CSU)

CAM 38B Special Assignment: Pronunciation Units 2
Prerequisites: Concurrent enrollment in or completion of CAM 1 or 51.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is a skill-building course with an emphasis on pronunciation. The course is designed to meet the special needs of the student. The course is offered for individual or group study. (CSU)

CAM 38C Special Assignment: Reading Units 2
Prerequisites: Concurrent enrollment in or completion of CAM 1 or CAM 51.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is a skill-building course with an emphasis on reading. The course is designed to meet the special needs of the student. The course is offered for individual or group study. (CSU)

CAM 38D Special Assignment: Writing Units 2
Prerequisites: Concurrent enrollment in or completion of CAM 1 or 51.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is a skill-building course with an emphasis on writing. The course is designed to meet the special needs of the student. The course is offered for individual or group study. (CSU)

CAM 51 Elementary Cambodian Units 2.5
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an introduction to the Cambodian language and Cambodian culture. Emphasis is placed on the following skills in the order given: listening, speaking, reading, and writing. The combined five units of CAM 51 and CAM 52 are equivalent to CAM 1. (UC, CSU)

CAM 52 Elementary Cambodian Units 2.5
Prerequisites: Successful completion of CAM 51 with a grade of "C" or better.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an introduction to the Cambodian language and Cambodian culture. Emphasis is placed on the following skills in the order given: listening, speaking, reading, and writing. The combined five units of CAM 51 and 52 are equivalent to CAM 1. (UC, CSU)

CAM 53 Elementary Cambodian Units 2.5
Prerequisites: Successful completion of CAM 1 or 52 with a grade of "C" or better.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an introduction to the Cambodian language and Cambodian culture. Emphasis is placed on the following skills in the order given: listening, speaking, reading, and writing. The combined five units of CAM 53 and 54 are equivalent to CAM 2. (UC, CSU)

CAM 54 Elementary Cambodian Units 2.5
Prerequisites: Successful completion of CAM 53 with a grade of "C" or better.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an introduction to the Cambodian language and Cambodian culture. Emphasis is placed on the following skills in the order given: listening, speaking, reading, and writing. The combined five units of CAM 53 and 54 are equivalent to CAM 2. (UC, CSU)

CAM 75 Selected Topics: Cambodian Units 0.5-3
Prerequisites: None; exempt from assessment testing.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to offer instruction in one or more of the specialized areas of Cambodian not already covered by the existing curriculum. Units in this course do not count toward an associate degree.

Caterpillar

CAT 69V Internship: Heavy Equipment-
Caterpillar Units 1-8
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed for the student participating in an occupational internship in Heavy Equipment-Caterpillar. Application of discipline-related skills and knowledge of the Secretaries' Commission on Achieving Necessary Skills (SCANS) competencies is emphasized. Each student is engaged in a specific research project or on-the-job learning activities under the supervision of a worksite supervisor and a college internship instructor. To register, complete an application form available at the Applied Science and Technology Division office, Holt 140. (CSU)

CAT 80 Caterpillar Service Industry Units 3
Prerequisites: Reading level II.
Limitations on Enrollment: Admission into the Associate Degree Caterpillar Technician Program.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to introduce the student to the Caterpillar organization, basic shop safety, shop equipment, and shop operation.

CAT 81 Caterpillar Engine Fundamentals Units 4
Prerequisites: Reading level II.
Limitations on Enrollment: Admission into the Associate Degree Caterpillar Technician Program.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to introduce the student to basic diesel engine theory and service procedures. Caterpillar engine systems and applications are studied. Several Caterpillar engines are presented with emphasis on the Caterpillar 3406 diesel engine due to its high field population.

CAT 82 Fundamentals of Hydraulics Units 3
Prerequisites: Reading level II.
Limitations on Enrollment: Admission into the Associate Degree Caterpillar Technician Program.
Advisories: None.

This course is a practical study of the basic principles and components of hydraulic circuits and the application of these principles to Caterpillar agricultural and construction equipment. Major emphasis is on developing the student's competencies in the areas of servicing and maintaining hydraulic equipment.

CAT 83 Caterpillar Engine Fuel Systems Units 3
Prerequisites: Reading level II.
Limitations on Enrollment: Admission into the Associate Degree Caterpillar Technician Program.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to introduce the student to the various fuel systems used on Caterpillar engines. The student becomes familiar with fuel selection, calibrations and nozzle testing procedures, in governor operation, and hydraulic fuel ratio controls.

CAT 84 Fundamentals of Electrical Systems Units 3
Prerequisites: Reading level II.
Limitations on Enrollment: Admission into the Associate Degree Caterpillar Technician Program.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to introduce the student to basic electrical and electronic fundamentals needed by a technician to properly diagnose and repair the complex electrical systems installed in Caterpillar machines.

CAT 85 Caterpillar Air Conditioning Units 2
Prerequisites: Reading level II.
Limitations on Enrollment: Admission into the Associate Degree Caterpillar Technician Program.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to provide an introduction into the basic theory and principles of air conditioning as they relate to Caterpillar equipment. Use of equipment to diagnose and repair malfunctions, including repair of component parts and the charging and recharging of systems is stressed in the laboratory.

CAT 86 Fundamentals of Caterpillar
Power Trains Units 3
Prerequisites: Reading level II.
Limitations on Enrollment: Admission into the Associate Degree Caterpillar Technician Program.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed as a study of the various transmissions and differentials used in Caterpillar equipment including: constant mesh, sliding gear, hydrostatic synchromesh, and power shift transmissions involving planetaries.

CAT 87 Caterpillar Machine Hydraulic
Systems Units 3
Prerequisites: Reading level II.
Limitations on Enrollment: Admission into the Associate Degree Caterpillar Technician Program.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed for inspecting, testing, servicing, and diagnosing Caterpillar hydraulic systems and components.

CAT 90 Caterpillar Undercarriage and
Final Drive Units 3
Prerequisites: Reading level II.
Limitations on Enrollment: Admission into the Associate Degree Caterpillar Technician Program.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to discuss the methods for transferring power. The course begins with machines that are driven with hydraulic components and the rest of the concentrates on the mechanical power train components including differentials, brakes, final drives and undercarriage.

CAT 91 Caterpillar Machine Electronic
Systems Units 3
Prerequisites: Reading level II.
Limitations on Enrollment: Admission into the Associate Degree Caterpillar Technician Program.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to provide the background needed to diagnose and repair sophisticated electronics and computerized circuits found on Caterpillar equipment and engines. Basic electronic concepts, component function, and system operation are covered. The student uses Caterpillar procedures to identify malfunctions and to test the systems properly.

CAT 92 Caterpillar Engine Performance Units 2
Prerequisites: Reading level II.
Limitations on Enrollment: Admission into the Associate Degree Caterpillar Technician Program.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to provide a thorough understanding of the necessary diagnostic skills required for troubleshooting Caterpillar engines and fuel systems. Emphasis is placed upon knowledge and skills necessary to assure product reliability and performance.

CAT 93 Caterpillar Diagnostic Testing Units 2
Prerequisites: Reading level II.
Limitations on Enrollment: Admission into the Associate Degree Caterpillar Technician Program.
Advisories: None.

This course is an in-depth study of engine diagnostics and repair techniques. The course includes on-iron activities diagnosing and correcting engine problems. The student learns proper selection and use of Caterpillar diagnostic tools. The four major engine systems studied are oil, air, cooling, and fuel.

CAT 94 Caterpillar Machine Specific Systems Units 2
Prerequisites: Reading level II.
Limitations on Enrollment: Admission into the Associate Degree Caterpillar Technician Program.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to develop knowledge and skills used to test and adjust specific Caterpillar machine systems.

Chemistry

CHEM 1A General Chemistry Units 5
Prerequisites: Reading level II; CHEM 3A and MATH 82 both with a grade of "C" or better.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed as a technical introduction to chemistry for the student intending to major in chemistry, medicine, dentistry, pharmacy, etc., which require a rigorous understanding of the fundamental principles of chemistry. (UC, CSU, CAN CHEM 2, CAN CHEM SEQ A with both CHEM 1A and CHEM 1B)

CHEM 1B General Chemistry Units 5
Prerequisites: Reading level II; CHEM 1A with a grade of "C" or better.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.
This course is a technical introduction to chemistry designed for the student intending to major in chemistry, medicine, dentistry, pharmacy, etc., each of which require a rigorous understanding of the fundamental principles of chemistry. The laboratory includes semi-micro qualitative analysis in the second semester. (UC, CSU, CAN CHEM 4, CAN CHEM SEQ A with both CHEM 1A and CHEM 1B)

CHEM 3A Introduction to Chemistry Units 4
Prerequisites: Math level II; MATH 80 or MATH 83B, either with a grade of "C" or better.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.
This course is designed to meet the chemistry requirements for registered nursing, agriculture, home economics majors, and certain other majors in the biological sciences. (UC, CSU, CAN CHEM 6, CAN CHEM SEQ B with both CHEM 3A and 3B)

CHEM 3B Introduction to General
Chemistry Units 4
Prerequisites: Reading level II and Math level II; CHEM 3A; MATH 80 or 83B, with a grade of "C" or better.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.
This course is designed to address the chemistry requirements for registered nursing, agriculture, family consumer science, and certain majors in the biological sciences. Organic chemistry and biochemistry are emphasized. (UC, CSU, CAN CHEM 8, CAN CHEM SEQ B with both CHEM 3A and B)

CHEM 10 Exploring Everyday Chemistry Units 3
Prerequisites: Reading level II.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to provide a non-mathematical introduction to chemistry and the role it plays in modern society. The course is designed for non-science major such as liberal arts, social science, education, or anyone who is curious about the chemistry involved in everyday things. The student learns about topics of current interest and global importance, including global warming, depletion of the ozone layer, energy, and health issues. (CSU)

CHEM 12A Organic Chemistry Units 5
Prerequisites: CHEM 1A with a grade of "C" or better.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to include the reactions and nomenclature of aliphatic and aromatic hydrocarbon and functional groups. The concepts of reaction mechanisms are studied. CHEM 12A is for the student in pre-medicine, chemistry, and chemical engineering. (UC, CSU)

CHEM 12B Organic Chemistry Units 5
Prerequisites: CHEM 12A with a grade of "C" or better.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed as a continued study of major classes of organic compounds including the carbonyl compounds, carboxylic acids, amines, and phenols. Carbohydrates, proteins, and nucleic acids are studied during the last half of the course. (UC, CSU)

CHEM 50H Special Studies: Chemistry Units 1-2
Prerequisites: CHEM 1B or 12A, with a grade of "B" or better.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to allow a qualified student to do advanced work in the field. The course includes research, directed reading, field work, or other advanced study. The course may be repeated for a maximum total of four units. (CSU)

Chinese

CHIN 1 Elementary Chinese Units 5
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an introduction to the Chinese language and Chinese cultures. Emphasis is placed on the following skills in the order given: listening, speaking, reading, and writing. (UC, CSU, CAN CHIN 2)

CHIN 2 Elementary Chinese Units 5
Prerequisites: Successful completion of CHIN 1 or 52.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an introduction to the Chinese language and Chinese cultures. Emphasis is placed on the following skills in the order given: listening, speaking, reading, and writing. (UC, CSU, CAN CHIN 4)

CHIN 3 Intermediate Chinese Units 5
Prerequisites: Successful completion of CHIN 2 or 54.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to offer continued study of the Chinese language and Chinese cultures. Efforts to improve reading and composition skills are based on both contemporary and traditional selection. (UC, CSU, CAN CHIN 8)

CHIN 4 Intermediate Chinese Units 5
Prerequisites: Successful completion of CHIN 3.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to offer continued study of the Chinese language and Chinese cultures. Efforts to improve reading and composition skills are based on both contemporary and traditional selection. (UC, CSU)

CHIN 36A Introductory Chinese
Conversation Units 2
Prerequisites: Successful completion of CHIN 1 or CHIN 51.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to strengthen fundamental communication patterns based on typical daily situations. (CSU)

CHIN 36B Beginning Chinese Conversation Units 2
Prerequisites: Successful completion of CHIN 2 or 53.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to achieve conversational ability based on typical daily situations. (UC, CSU)

CHIN 38A Special Assignment: Listening Units 2
Prerequisites: Concurrent enrollment in or completion of CHIN 1 or 51.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is a skill-building course with an emphasis on listening. The course is designed to meet the special needs of the student. The course is offered for individual or group study. (CSU)

CHIN 38B Special Assignment: Pronunciation Units 2
Prerequisites: Concurrent enrollment in or completion of CHIN 1 or 51.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is a skill-building course with an emphasis on pronunciation. The course is designed to meet the special needs of the student. The course is offered for individual or group study. (CSU)

CHIN 38C Special Assignment: Reading Units 2
Prerequisites: Concurrent enrollment in or completion of CHIN 1 or CHIN 51.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is a skill-building course with an emphasis on reading. The course is designed to meet the special needs of the student. The course is offered for individual or group study. (CSU)

CHIN 38D Special Assignment: Writing Units 2
Prerequisites: Concurrent enrollment in or completion of CHIN 1 or 51.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is a skill-building course with an emphasis on writing. The course is designed to meet the special needs of the student. The course is offered for individual or group study. (CSU)

CHIN 50H Special Studies: Chinese Units 1-2
Prerequisites: Presentation of a project acceptable to the instructor and the division chairperson; CHIN 4 with a grade of "B" or better.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to allow the student to do advanced work in the language. The course includes research, directed reading, field work, or other advanced study. The course may be repeated for a maximum total of four units. (CSU)

CHIN 51 Elementary Chinese Units 2.5
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an introduction to the Chinese language and Chinese culture. Emphasis is placed on the following skills in the order given: listening, speaking, reading, and writing. The combined five units of CHIN 51 and 52 are equivalent to CHIN 1. (UC, CSU)

CHIN 52 Elementary Chinese Units 2.5
Prerequisites: Successful completion of CHIN 51 with a grade of "C" or better.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an introduction to the Chinese language and Chinese culture. Emphasis is placed on the following skills in the order given: listening, speaking, reading, and writing. The combined five units of CHIN 51 and CHIN 52 are equivalent to CHIN 1. (UC, CSU)

CHIN 53 Elementary Chinese Units 2.5
Prerequisites: Successful completion of CHIN 1 or 52 with a grade of "C" or better.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an introduction to the Chinese language and Chinese culture. Emphasis is placed on the following skills in the order given: listening, speaking, reading, and writing. The combined five units of CHIN 53 and 54 are equivalent to CHIN 2. (UC, CSU)

CHIN 54 Elementary Chinese Units 2.5
Prerequisites: Successful completion of CHIN 53 with a grade of "C" or better.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an introduction to the Chinese language and Chinese culture. Emphasis is placed on the following skills in the order given: listening, speaking, reading, and writing. The combined five units of CHIN 53 and CHIN 54 are equivalent to CHIN 2. (UC, CSU)

CHIN 75 Selected Topics: Chinese Units 0.5-3
Prerequisites: None; exempt from assessment testing.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to offer instruction in one or more of the

specialized areas of Chinese not already covered by

the existing curriculum. Units in this course do not count toward an

associate degree.

Civilization

CIVIL 3 Autobiography of Civilization Units 3
Prerequisites: Reading level II.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is a survey of the artistic traditions of our western cultural heritage. The arts including painting, sculpture, architecture, music, dance, drama, and literature are studied as vehicles in the search for meaning and value from the ancient world to modern times. (UC, CSU)

CIVIL 75 Selected Topics: Civilization Units 0.5-3
Prerequisites: None; exempt from assessment testing.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to offer instruction in one or more of the specialized areas of civilization not already covered by the existing curriculum. Units in this course do not count toward an associate degree.

Communication

COMM 1 Communication Disorders:
Speech and Language Development Units 3
Prerequisites: None. Limitations on enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is the study of speech and language development across the normal human life span.

COMM 2 Introduction to Communication
Disorders Units 3
Prerequisite: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to address speech and language disorders in the child and adult. Topics include stuttering and voice disorders, trends in legislation and education, and a review of available community resources. The course provides information to the student exploring a career related to speech and language therapy. (CSU)

COMM 3 Communication Disorders: Therapy
Analysis and Field Practice Units 4
Prerequisites: COMM 2 with a grade of "C" or better.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an introduction to speech therapy programs in public schools, clinics, hospitals, and skilled nursing facilities. The laboratory component includes student observation of a speech therapist at the off-campus facilities. (CSU)

COMM 5 Communications Disorders: Materials
and Procedures Units 3
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is a survey of materials and procedures found in Speech Language Pathology Aide (SLPA) clincial programs in public schools, hospitals, and skilled nursing facilities. Topics include record keeping, report writing, behavior modification techniques, computer assisted programs, International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA), American Speech-Langauge Hearing Association (ASHA), Code of Ethics, and state and national guidelines for speech therapy. (CSU)

COMM 7 Communication Disorders:
Service Delivery Issues Units 3
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is a survey of speech and language therapy delivery systems and state and national regulations, laws, and professional organizations for Speech Language Pathology Aides (SLPA) that control the delivery of speech and language therapy services in public schools, clinics, hospitals, and skilled nursing facilities. (CSU)

COMM 9 Communication Disorders:
Assessment and Remediation Units 3
Prerequisites: COMM 2 with a grade of "C" or better.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is a survey of communication disorders related to articulation, voice, and language. The course includes the assessment and remediation of communication disorders including, dysfluency, aphasia, dementia, and dysphagia. (CSU)

Communication Studies

COMM ST 1A Fundamentals of Speech Units 3
Prerequisites: Reading level II.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to emphasize current theories of communication, audience analysis, and development and organization of information for public speaking. (UC, CSU, CAN SPCH 4)

COMM ST 1B Advanced Public Speaking Units 3
Prerequisites: COMM ST 1A with a grade of "C" or better.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to provide the student with further refinement in delivery, style, and choice of materials and methods of organizaiton for persuasion. The course is of special value to the pre-legal, theology, radio, speech, drama, and teaching credential student. (UC, CSU)

COMM ST 2 Oral Interpretation of Literature Units 3
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed as an overview of oral interpretation of literature. The course includes analysis of literary genres (forms) and the incorporation of those forms into performance. An expanded understanding of literature from many cultures and practical application of skills in oral interpretation are emphasized. (CSU)

COMM ST 3 Interpersonal Communication Units 3
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed as an overview of interpersonal communciation which includes analysis of relationships with family, friends, significant others, acquaintances, and co-workers. Practical application of skills for effective interpersonal communication with others is emphasized, including resolving conflicts and intercultural differences. (UC, CSU, CAN SPCH 8)

COMM ST 4 Introduction to Human
Communication Units 3
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an introduction to the fundamental areas of human communication: interpersonal communication, group communication, and public address. Several styles of interactive communication are explored. The student is involved in the practical application of these styles. (CSU)

COMM ST 5 Argumentation and Debate Units 3
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is a study of the theory, methods and application of the principles of persuasion, argumentation, and application of the principles of argumentation and debate including the analysis of propositions, issues, evidence and reasoning through debate, persuasive writing and speaking. The course is written to apply as a critical thinking course where the students write 6000 to 8000 words or reasoned and logical persuasive papers on a variety of topics to fulfill UC, CSU requirements. (UC, CSU, CAN SPCH 6)

COMM ST 6 Business and Professional
Communication Units 3
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed as an overview of business and professional communication in various settings including day-to-day interactions, group discussions, written documents, formal presentations, and job interviewing. Practical application of skills for effective business and professional communication is emphasized, including the development of self-confidence and ease in the workplace.

COMM ST 7 Intercultural Communication Units 3
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed as an overview of the study of intercultural communicaiton which includes analyses and comparisons of message perception and transmission in interactions between people from different cultures. Practical application of skills for effective communication between individuals of different domestic and international cultures is emphasized. (UC, CSU)

COMM ST 8 Small Group Communication Units 3
Prerequisites: None.
Limitation on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.
This course is designed to increase the student's understanding of the principles, techniques, and types of small group discussion. The course deals with communicating effectively in small groups, preparing for meetings, making decisions in small groups, developing presentations, understanding verbal and nonverbal messages in groups, determining group roles, developing group leadership, promoting group cohesiveness, enhancing listening skills, managing group conflict, and observing and evaluating the group process. The student analyzes, synthesizes, criticizes, and advocates ideas in individual formal speeches as well as in group presentations. (CSU)

COMM ST 9 Introduction to Communication
Theory Units 3
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to assist the student in understanding the basic theoretical foundation of human communication. The student applies communication theory to everyday interaction and public address through various approaches of analysis. (CSU)

COMM ST 10 Storytelling: Interpreting Children's
Literature Units 3
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an introduction to the history of storytelling and the techniques of listening, preparation and presentation of literature. Emphasis is upon sources, selection of materials, analysis, preparation and persentation of prose, verse and drama. The course is designed to develop the student`s knowledge, critical ability and appreciation in the field of children`s literature. (CSU)

COMM ST 11 Dialogues in U.S. American
Culture Units 3
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to explore the rich diversity of people, cultures, and opportunities within the U.S.A. This course emphasizes both theoretical and practical understanding of diversity consciousness and how they affect interpersonal communication. This course content includes a wide range of perspectives from disciplines such as art, literature, psychologu, sociology, philosophy, history and science. The lecture-discussions and films explore topics including ethnicity, aging, (dis)ability, social class, gender, sexual orientation, religion, race, identity, politics and science within the U.S. culture and how they affect human communication. (CSU)

COMM ST 15 Selected Topics: Communication
Studies Units 0.5-2
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed for the student who wishes to explore special topics while refining the skills of communication skills. Specific topics appear in the semester schedule of classes. (UC, CSU)

COMM ST 50H Special Studies: Communication
Studies Units 1-3
Prerequisites: COMM ST 1A or COMM ST 2, or COMM ST 3, or COMM ST 5, or COMM ST 7, or COMM ST 8, or COMM ST 10, or COMM ST 52 with a grade of "B" or better and presentation of a project acceptable to the instructor and division chairperson.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

Special Studies is open to the student qualified to do advanced work in the field. The course includes research, directed reading, field work or other advanced study. May be repeated for a maximum of 6 units. (UC, CSU)


COMM ST 52 Speech Activities Units 4-6
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to provide academic credit for participation in community speech activities and intercollegiate speech tournaments, workshops, and intramural speech activities. The student researches, writes, develops programs, works on debate and extemporaneous speech files, and delivers public speaking assignments including but not limited to debates, public speaking activities, oral interpretation of literature, and readers' theatre. (CSU)

Computer Science

C S 11 Fundamentals of Computer Science Units 3
Prerequisites: Reading level II.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to introduce the student to the hardware, software, terminology, and uses of modern computer systems. Applications software packages on microcomputers are introduced. The student writes a minimum of four computer programs in BASIC. This course is not open to the student who has completed BUS 5. (UC, CSU, CAN CSCI 2)

C S 12 Introduction to Management Information
Systems Units 3
Prerequisites: C S 11 with a grade of "C" or better.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an introduction to information systems for the business student. Topics include the value and use of information systems technology for business operations, managerial decision making, and strategic advantage. Information system planning, systems analysis and design using applications software, decision support systems, and expert systems are included. Projects focus on the design, development, and use of information system models to improve managerial decisio making. (CSU)

C S 14 Microcomputers and Small Business
Systems Units 3
Prerequisites: Reading level II.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to introduce the student to microcomputers and the various available pre-written application programs. The course is intended for the student with no prior exposure to microcomputers and it is for the non-programmer. (CSU)

C S 14B Microcomputer Evaluation and
Installation Units 3
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an introductory computer course designed to enable the student to determine computer requirements, evaluate software, match software and hardware requirements, and set up a computer system. (CSU)

C S 15 Topics in Computer Science Units 0.5-3
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to offer instruction in specialized areas of Computer Science. (CSU)

C S 15M Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional Units 3
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This topic course is an introduction to Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional. The student installs Windows 2000 Professional and uses the various strategies for administering, configuring, securing, and managing Windows 2000. The student learns administration of Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) and other available network protocols. This course is intended for the student who supports or administers networks.

C S 15N Microsoft Windows 2000 Server Units 3
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This topic course is an introduction to Microsoft Windows 2000 Server. The student installs Windows 2000 Server and uses strategies for administering, configuring, securing, and managing Windows 2000 Server and a network. The student learns about the various file systems supported by Windows 2000, administration of Active Directory services and management of Active Directory objects and network protocols and services. This course is intended for the student who supports or administers networks.

C S 17 Computer Logic Units 3
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to allow the student to define and analyze logical solutions to computer-related problems, emphasizing business applications. Flow charts and pseudocode using "structured" programming concepts are used for finding solutions which are not related to any particular programming language. BASIC language is used. (UC, CSU)

C S 18 Microcomputers and Small Business:
Apple Macintosh Units 3
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to introduce the student to the Apple Macintosh computer and various application programs, including word processing, spreadsheet, data management, and painting and drawing. The course is intended for the student with no prior exposure to microcomputers, and it is for the non-programmer. (CSU)

C S 20 Microsoft Word, Excel, and Access Units 3
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to introduce the student to microcomputers and the PC based programs Microsoft Word (word processor), Excel (spreadsheet), and Access (data base). Assignments require the use of a computer laboratory. (CSU)

C S 21A Beginning Javascript Programming Units 2
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: C S 23 with a grade of "C" or better.

This course is an introduction to Javascript programming. Topics include using Javascript to add functionality to web pages, create dynamic web pages, and implement web page interactivity. Laboratory projects include integrating javascript into HTML files, creating pop-up windows, adding scrolling messages, adding images and forms, creating and modifying cookies, using frames and objects, and detecting keystrokes in a browser. (CSU)

C S 21B Intermediate Web Script
Programming Units 3
Prerequisites: C S 21A with a grade of "C" or better.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is a study of web scripting programming languages using software similar to Javascript. Topics include the definition of functions, variables, and events; object oriented programming concepts, date types, expressions, and arrays; the use of the iteration and selection structures; the application of windows and frames; forms definition and use; dynamic HTML; applets; database connectivity. Laboratory projects are required to demonstrate the ability to implement the topics. (CSU)

C S 23 HTML for Web Publishing Units 2.5
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to provide the student an understanding of the basic Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) code required to construct web pages. The student learns and applies text formatting, links, tables, forms and frames, and multimedia integration. (CSU)

C S 24A Beginning COBOL Programming Units 3
Prerequisites: C S 11 and C S 17, both with a grade of "C" or better.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed for the student who has demonstrated an understanding of data processing fundamentals. The course presents COBOL specifications, their usage, and applicable operating system commands to enable the student to write, enter, and run business-oriented problems. The student is introduced to "Report Writer" and "Object Oriented" features. (UC, CSU)

C S 24B Advanced COBOL Programming Units 3
Prerequisites: CS 24A with a grade of "C" or better.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an advanced study of COBOL programming. Programming techniques are developed using various types of files (sequential, indexed, and relative). Emphasizing on-line programming, the student completes a project to write a series of programs to update a master file, to report from this file, and to inquire against it inside a master, menu-driven program. (UC, CSU)

C S 25 ASSEMBLY Language Programming:
Macro Units 3
Prerequisites: C S 11; and C S 17 or C S 29A with a grade of "C" or better.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an introduction to ASSEMBLY language programming. Programs are run on the IBM microcomputer or compatible. This course features the fundamental architecture of the IBM PC and the primary ASSEMBLY language instruction set. (UC, CSU, CAN CSCI 10)

C S 26A Java Programming Units 3
Prerequisites: C S 11; and C S 17 or C S 29A, each with a grade of "C" or better.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an introduction to the Java programming language and to object-oriented programming concepts. The student writes applications and applets using the Java programming language. Topics include control structures, classes, methods, properties, and arrays. (CSU)

C S 27 Engineering FORTRAN Units 3
Prerequisites: Reading level II; Math 31 or 36 with a grade of "C" or better.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an introduction to the programming language FORTRAN. The course includes input-output processing, arithmetic calculations, and the use of logical expressions. Computer programs are assigned to assist the student in developing competence in the language. The course is designed primarily for the mathematic or engineering student. (UC, CSU, CAN CSCI 4)

C S 28 Visual BASIC Programming Units 4
Prerequisites: C S 11 and C S 17 both with a grade of "C" or better.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to introduce the student to programming skills using the QBASIC programming language and the Object Oriented Programming language Visual BASIC. Topics such as the use of random and index files, event-driven programming, standard controls, objects, and OLE (object linking and embedding) are included. (UC, CSU, CAN CSCI 6)

C S 28A BASIC Programming Units 3
Prerequisites: CS 11.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an introduction to programming in BASIC, emphasizing programming business applications of the computer language. (UC, CSU)

C S 28B Visual BASIC Programming Units 3
Prerequisites: Reading level II; completion of CS 21 or CS 28A with a grade of "C" or better.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to give the student advanced programming skills using the BASIC programming language. Topics include sequential, random and index files, error trapping screen formatting, graphics, and controlling printer functions. (UC, CSU)

C S 29A Pascal Programming Units 3
Prerequisites: Reading level II; C S 11 with a grade of "C" or better.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an introduction to the general purpose programming language, Pascal. Pascal is a structured language designed to teach structured programming concepts. General problem-solving techniques using these structured concepts are covered along with elementary data structures. Topics include string manipulation techniques, arrays, records and lists. (UC, CSU, CAN CSCI 12)

C S 31A "C" Programming Units 3
Prerequisites: Reading level II; C S 11; and C S 17 or C S 29A, each with a grade of "C" or better.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an introduction to the general purpose programming language "C". "C" features economy of expression, modern control flow and data structures, and an expanded set of operators. (UC, CSU, CAN CSCI 16)

C S 31B C++ Programming Units 3
Prerequisites: C S 31A with a grade of "C" or better.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an introductory course in C++. This course is designed to provide the student with a working knowledge of Object-Oriented Programming (OOP) using C++. The student learns basic OOP concepts and practices their implementations in C++. (UC, CSU, CAN CSCI 18)

C S 32 Computer Operations Units 3
Prerequisites: C S 24A o C S 25 or C S 28A or C S 29 or C S 31A with a grade of "C" or better.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an introductory course in the function of an operation system designed to prepare the student for the operation of a computer system. Job control language, libraries, interrupts, and virtual memory are covered along with data communications and peripheral devices. (UC, CSU)

C S 33 Systems Analysis and Design Units 3
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an introduction to systems analysis and design. (CSU)

C S 34 Introduction to Adobe Go-Live® Units 0.5
Prerequisites: C S 23 with a grade of "C" or better.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an introduction to Adobe Go-Live software to design and implement Web pages and manage an Internet web site. The course includes an introduction to the tools and options of the software; text formatting; the use of the page layout tool; how to work with images, links, tables, forms and frames; creation of HTML code, style sheets, boxes, layers and rich media; and site management. Laboratory projects involving the topics included are required. (CSU)

C S 35 Multimedia Presentations Units 3
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to introduce concepts required for creating business presentations with text, graphics, and multimedia capabilities. Presentation layout and design techniques are emphasized. (CSU)

C S 36 Microsoft FrontPage® Units 3
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

Advisories: C S 45 and C S 70. This course is designed to provide the student with an understanding of creating and publishing a Web site using Microsoft FrontPage®. The student learns the basic tools of developing a basic Web site such as creating and formatting text content, creating and managing hyperlinks, creating and formatting tables, creating and using frames and forms, integrating multimedia, creating a discussion group, and adding a search engine. This course includes a discussion of Web site management. (CSU)

C S 37 Web Page Development Units 3
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

Advisories: C S 23. This course is designed to provide the student with the skills to create and optimize Web graphics for easy integration into Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) pages. The student uses Macromedia's Fireworks® software to creat Web graphic images such as buttons, rollovers, banners, image maps, and hotspots. (CSU)

C S 38 Web Animation with Flash Units 3
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: Understanding of Hypertext Markup Language (HTML).

This course is designed to provide the student an understanding of incorporating animation, sound, graphics, and interactivity into Web pages using Flash software. The student explores the ins and outs of Flash's interface, drawing tools, animation techniques and interactivity including creating button states and adding interaction to frames and buttons. (CSU)

C S 39 Dreamweaver Units 3
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: Understanding of Hypertext Markup Language (HTML).

This course is designed to provide the student an understanding of a fourth generation Web publishing tool used to develop a Web site. Topics will include Dreamweaver's workspace, formatting, tables, forms, images, frames, style sheets, layers, behaviors, timelines, and libraries. The student will also learn Web architecture as applied to navigation, content, and platform issues. (CSU)

C S 42 UNIX Units 3
Prerequisites: Reading level II; C S 11 with a grade of "C" or better.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an introduction to operating system language UNIX. The student learns to use the operating system in a multi-user environment. UNIX is a computer operating system designed to control and coordinate the activities of a multi-user computer system. (CSU)

C S 43 Database Design: Micro Units 3
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an introduction to the design and implementation of a database on a microcomputer. Topics include database theory, design implementation, administration, and security. The student performs an actual case study using a database software. (CSU)

C S 43A Database Design Using
Microsoft Access Units 2
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an introduction to the design and implementation of a database on a microcomputer. Topics include database theory, design implementation, administration, and security. The student performs an actual case study using a database software similar to Microsoft Access. (CSU)

C S 43B Database Programming for the Web Units 3
Prerequisites: C S 43A with a grade of "C" or better.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is a study of database programming on the Internet which includes how to create dynamic Web applications that interact with a database using client-side, server-side, and compiled server programs. Course content includes client/server versus personal database processing, a review of relational database concepts using Microsoft-Access®, an introduction to structured query language (SQL), the use of HTML in database programming. Web servers and how they affect database applications, using Visual Basic and Active X, server-side and client-side scripting techniques, and compiling Web server programs. Laboratory projects involving the topics included are required. (CSU)

C S 45 Microsoft Windows Units 1
Prerequisites: Reading level II.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to present beginning and intermediate topics in the use of the Microsoft Windows operating system. These topics include: exploring the desktop; working with windows; managing files and folders; controlling printing; using accessories (calculator, WordPad, Paint); copying, moving, sharing, exchanging, and protecting data; and running applications. (CSU)

C S 46 Introduction Oracle® Database
Programming Units 3
Prerequisites: C S 43A with a grade of "C" or better.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an introduction to database programming using Oracle®. Course content includes using Oracle® for client/server database processing; creating and modifying tables; adding, viewing, and updating data; PL/SQL®; data block and custom forms; building reports; creating graphics; integrated database applications; and web applications using Oracle®. Laboratory projects involving the topics included are required. (CSU)

C S 50H Special Studies: Computer Science Units 1-4
Prerequisites: Completion of C S 24B, or C S 28, or C S 29, or C S 31B, or C S 32, or C S 33, or C S 38, or C S 42, or C S 43 with a grade of "C" or above; consent of instructor and division chairperson.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed for the student of Computer Science who wishes to expand his/her knowledge beyond the established curriculum. The student selects or is assigned a project approved by a faculty member and the Division Chairperson. The student pursues the project through individual laboratory effort and reports progress at scheduled meetings with the faculty member. Course may be repeated for a maximum of four (4) units. (CSU)

C S 54 Fundamentals of Data
Communications Units 3
Prerequisites: CS 11.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an introduction to the fundamentals of data and telecommunications in business. Topics include hardware, software, transmission facilities, data and voice communications, telecommunication applications, digital and analog signal processing, network types and designs, and managerial issues. (CSU)

C S 56 Networking Essentials Units 3
Prerequisites: Reading level II.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is a general introduction to current network technologies for local area networks (LANs), wide area networks (WANs), and the Internet. The course includes an introduction to the hardware, software, terminology, components, design, and connections of a network, as well as the topologies and protocols for LANSs. This course includes LAN-user concepts and the basic functions of sytem administrations and operation. (CSU)

C S 58A Microsoft Windows 2000
Professional Units 3
Prerequisites: Reading level II; C S 56 with a grade of "C" or better.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an introduction to Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional. The student installs Windows 2000 Professional and uses the various strategies for administering, configuring, securing, and managing Windows 2000. The student learns administration of Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) and other available network protocols. The course is intended for the student who supports or administers networks. (CSU)

C S 58B Microsoft Windows 2000 Server Units 3
Prerequisites: C S 58A with a grade of "C" or better.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an introduction to Microsoft Windows 2000 Server. The student installs Windows 2000 Server and uses strategies for administering, configuring, securing, and managing Windows 2000 Server and a network. The student learns about the various file systems supported by Windows 2000, administration of Active Directory services and management of Active Directory objects and network protocols and services. The course is intended for the student who supports or administers networks. (CSU)

C S 58C Implementing Microsoft Windows 2000
Network Infrastructure Units 2
Prerequisites: C S 58B with a grade of "C" or better.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designd to introduce the installation, configuration, management, and support of a network infrastructure using Microsoft Windows Server products. the course ofcuses on TCP/IP and related services, including DHCP Server service, DNS Server service, WINS, network security protocols, Public Key Infrastructure (PKI), Internet Protocol Security (IPSec), and remote access. The course also enables the student to configure Windows as a network router, configure Internet access for a network, configure a Web server, and manage a Windows deployment using Remote Installation Services (RIS). The student learns to enable network connectivity between NetWare, Macintosh, and Unix networks. (CSU)

C S 58D Implementing Microsoft Windows 2000
Directory Services Units 2
Prerequisites: C S 58C with a grade of "C" or better.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to allow the student to install, configure, and administer Microsoft Windows Active Directory directory services. The course also focuses on implementing Group Policy and understanding Group Policy tasks required to centrally manage users and computers. The student uses Group Policies to configure and manage the user desktop environment, to configure and manage software, and to implement and manage security settings. The student also installs and manages Windows Domains and domain Controllers through Active Directory. (CSU)

C S 69V Internship: Computer Science Units 1-8
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: Students are required to enroll in a minimum of 7 units during the semester including internship units; the combined total number of units a student may take in internship, work experience and, occupational practice may not exceed a maximum of 16 units; participation requires submission and approval of internship program objectives and employer internship agreement.
Advisories: GUID 30, 31, 32, 33.

This course is designed for the student participating in a Computer Science or Computer Information Systems vocational intenship program. Application of discipline-related skills and knowledge in conjunction with Secretary's Commission on Achieving Necessary Skills (SCANS) competencies is emphasized. Each student is engaged in a specific research project or on-the-job learning activities under the supervision of a worksite supervisor and a college internship instructor. (CSU)

C S 70 Introduction to Internet Units 1
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an introduction to the worldwide computer network Internet. Internet provides access to a wide range of resources such as electronic mail, information servers, international sights, and government resources. Topics include navigation through the World Wide Web, File Transfer Protocol (FTP), and Telnet.

C S 76 Topics in Computer Science Units 0.5-3
Prerequisites: None; exempt from assessment testing.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to offer instruction in one or more of the specialized areas of computer science not already covered by the existing curriculum. Units in this course do not count toward an associate degree.

C S 77 Introduction to On-line Courses Units 0.5
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an introduction to the use of the Internet to take on-line courses. Topics include hardware and software requirements, the use of electronic mail, electronic journals, notebooks, chat rooms, testing, and the course syllabus. Strategies for success in on-line courses are also included.

C S 95A Computers for Beginners Units 0.5
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to introduce elementary concepts and fundamental skills required to operate a microcomputer for personal use. The student learns needed theory and techniques to identify and manipulate screen objects; use mouse and keyboard commands; handle windows and dialog boxes; start and quit an application program; create and work with simple documents; improve the appearance of text; organize files and create folders on a disk; perform simple troubleshooting and maintenance techniques. No previous computer experience is required.

C S 95B Introduction to Microsoft Word Units 0.5
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to introduce the student to the use of a word processing computer applications package. Areas include commonly used word processing terms; creating, saving, retrieving, and printing a word processing document; highlighting, copying, cutting, and pasting blocks of text; formatting and editing text; and utilizing the spell checking and thesaurus features.

C S 95C Introduction to Microsoft Excel Units 0.5
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to introduce the student to the use of an electronic spreadsheet computer applications package. Areas include commonly used spreadsheet terms; creating, saving, retrieving, and printing an electronic spreadsheet; highlighting, copying, cutting, and pasting ranges of cells; formatting and editing cells; and utilizing the formulas and functions. Spreadsheet activities are implemented using Micrsoft Excel.

C S 95D Presentations with PowerPoint Units 1
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to provide the student an understanding of the basic tools required to build a presentation utilizing PowerPoint software on a computer.

C S 98V Work Experience: Computer
Science Units 1-8
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: The student must enroll in a course that is directly related to computer science work experience; the student must enroll in a minimum of 7 units including work experience units, during the semester; for summer session, the student must enroll in one related course in addition to work experience; the combined total number of units a student may take in internship, work experience, and occupational practice may not exceed a maximum of 16 units; participation requires submission and approval of work experience program objectives and an employer work experience agreement.
Advisories: GUID 30, 31, 32, 33.
This course is designed for the student employed in a computer science erlated position. The course objectives are developed in consultation with a work supervisor. The student is engaged in a specific research project or on-the-job learning activities under the supervisor and the college work experience instructor. To register, complete an application form available at the Applied Science and Technology Division office, Holt 140.

Construction Technology

CONST 10 Wood Technology Units 5
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to provide a basic knowledge of careers in the woodworking industry, operation and safety procedures for utilizing cabinetmaking tools and equipment to demonstrate wood joinery, fabrication, and assembly. The course also includes wood characteristics, wood identification, and wood grading systems. (CSU)

CONST 54 Estimating and Specifications Units 3
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to develop advanced carpentry skills to a higher level. The student assumes greater responsibilities in leadership, ordering material, and working with inspectors. The student works with the instructor to see that the project is completed according to plans, specifications, and Uniform Building Codes. (CSU)

CONST 69V Internship: Construction
Technology Units 1-8
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: The student must enroll in a course that is directly related to the construction technology internship. The student must enroll in a minimum of 7 units during the semester including internship units. For summer session, the student must enroll in one related course in addition to internship. The combined total number of units a student may take in internship, work experience, and occupational practice may not exceed a maximum of 18 units. Participation requires submission and approval of internship program objectives and an employer internship agreement.
Advisories: GUID 30, 31, 32, 33.
This course is designed for the student participating in an occupational internship in construction technology. Application of discipline-related skills and knowledge of Secretaries Commission on Achieving Necessary Skills (SCANS) competencies is emphasized. Each student is engaged in a specific research project or on-the-job learning activities under the supervision of a worksite supervisor and a college internship instructor. (CSU)

CONST 71A Mill Cabinet Fundamentals Units 4
Prerequisites: CONST 10.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to provide safety and operating procedures for hand tools, power hand tools, and power equipment. Emphasis is placed on print reading, material grades and applications, bench work, and construction techniques. The student develops proficiency in the use and set-up of woodworking equipment.

CONST 71B Beginning Mill Cabinet Units 4
Prerequisites: CONST 10.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to provide with safety and operating procedures for power hand tools and power equipment used to manufacture custom grade cabinetry. Emphasis is placed on print reading, material grades and applications, bench work, and construction techniques for custom cabinets.

CONST 71C Intermediate Mill Cabinet Units 4
Prerequisites: CONST 10.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to expand knowledge and skills in the areas of safety, rod layout, equipment, cabinet construction, print reading, shop drawings, and joinery techniques. The student completes a project designed to increase cabinetmaking skills and knowledge. All work is performed to industry standards. Personal projects are permitted on a limited basis.

CONST 71D Advanced Mill Cabinet Units 4
Prerequisites: CONST 10.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to provide advanced skills and knowledge for the manufacturing of custom commerical grade cabinetry. Emphasis is placed on print reading, manufactured wood products, hardware, plastic laminates, commercial construction techniques, and installation.

CONST 72A Beginning Residential Carpentry Units 10
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to introduce construction of a dwelling. The emphasis is placed on construction of the foundation forms, floor systems, wall and ceiling structures, and roof systems. The student also installs the exterior finish, rough plumbing, and flat concrete work. The construciton site is usually located off campus.

CONST 72B Intermediate Residential
Carpentry Units 10
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to introduce the installation of the interior finish in a residential dwelling, including, but not limited to, insulation, drywall, windows, interior trim, and hardware. The course also includes building fences, decks, driveways, and walks. The construcion site is usually located off campus.

CONST 72C Advanced Residential Carpentry Units 10
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to develop advanced carpentry skills to a higher level. The student assumes greater responsibilities in leadership, ordering material, and working with inspectors. The student works with the instructor to see that the project is completed according to plans, specifications, and the Uniform Building Code.

CONST 74A Introduction to Cabinetmaking Units 4
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to introduce the career opportunities and characteristics of the cabinetmaking industry. Topics include cabinetmaker's mathematics, lumber and material, characteristics and use, and general shop safety.

CONST 74B Fundamentals of Cabinetmaking Units 4
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to emphasize the characteristics and the use of hand and power tools used in the cabinetmaking industry. Also included are cabinet joint construction and basic blueprint reading.

CONST 74C Cabinetmaking Units 4
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to provide mathematical applications for cabinetmaking, blueprint reading of shop drawings, and use and operation of power machines including band saws, routers, grinders, and saws.

CONST 74D Cabinetmaking and Millwork Units 4
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to emphasize cabinetry layout, millwork standards and characteristics, bench work, and plastic laminates.

CONST 74E Cabinetmaking and Millwork Units 4
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to emphasize the application and use of lumber, veneers, adhesive, commercial plastic laminates, and power equipment.

CONST 74F Cabinetmaking and Millwork Units 4
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to emphasize characteristics and requirements for commercial cabinetry and fixtures, millwork, commercial blueprint reading, application and use of shapers, commercial sanders, and milling machines.

CONST 74G Cabinetmaking and Millwork Units 4
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to emphasize residential and commercial cabinet design, production methods, production layout, and cabinet construction from start to finish.

CONST 74H Cabinetmaking and Millwork Units 4
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to emphasize the requirements for job planning, project supervision, construction requirements, construction scheduling, construction costs, and the construction process from start to finish.

CONST 75 Selected Topics:
Construction Technology Units 0.5-3
Prerequisites: None; exempt from assessment testing.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to offer instruction in one or more of the

specialized areas of construction technology not already covered by

the existing curriculum. Units in this course do not count toward an

associate degree.

CONST 78 Uniform Building Code Units 2
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to introduce the Uniform Building Code published by the International Conference of Building Officials as it applies to residential, commerical, and public buildings.

CONST 87A Carpentry Specialization Units 3-4
Prerequisites: CONST 62B.
Limitations on Enrollment: This course requires instructor approval to enroll.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed for the advanced student in carpentry. The student completes an advanced specialized project developed in consultation with the instructor.

CONST 87B Mill Cabinet Specialization Units 3
Prerequisites: CONST 51C.
Limitations on Enrollment: This course requires instructor approval to enroll.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed for advanced students in mill cabinet. The student completes an advanced specialized project developed in consultation with the instructor.

CONST 89 Methods and Planning Units 3
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to introduce construction materials and techniques used in construction of residential structures. The student constructs a residential architectural model according to approved architectural drawings and current local and the Uniform Building Code. Topics include estimating structural materials, ordering materials, and calculating cost of construction.

CONST 90B Mill Cabinet Specialization Units 3
Prerequisites: CONST 51C.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to assist the advanced student in gaining a greater knowledge of a specialized area of the mill cabinet trade. The work to be covered is developed between the student and instructor at the beginning of the course.

Construction Technology: Apprenticeship

A-CON 80A Mill Cabinet: Introduction Units 4
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: Indentured apprentice.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to introduce the career opportunities and characteristics of the cabinetmaking industry. The course also includes cabinetmaker's mathematics, wood characteristics, grades of lumber, wood joinery, use of hand tools, and general shop safety.

A-CON 80B Mill Cabinet: Fundamentals Units 4
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: Indentured apprentice.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to introduce the characteristics and use of power hand tools used in the cabinetmaking industry. The course also includes cabinet joint construction and basic blueprint reading.

A-CON 81A Mill Cabinet: Basic
Woodworking Units 4
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: Indentured apprentice.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to introduce the applied mathematics for cabinetmaking. The course also includes blueprint reading of shop drawings, and use and operation of power machines including band saws, routers, grinders, and table saws.

A-CON 81B Mill Cabinet: Layout and
Benchwork Units 4
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: Indentured apprentice.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to introduce cabinet layout, millwork standards, benchwork, and plastic laminates.

A-CON 82A Mill Cabinet: Materials and
Application Units 4
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: Indentured apprentice.
Advisories: None.
This course is designed to introduce the applications and uses of lumber, veneers, adhesives, commercial plastic laminates, and specialized power equipment in the wood-working industry.

A-CON 82B Mill Cabinet: Commercial
Cabinetry Units 4
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: Indentured apprentice.
Advisories: None.
This course is designed to introduce the characteristics and requirements for commercial cabinetry, store fixtures, millwork, and commercial blueprint reading. The course also includes the use of shapers, commercial sanders, and milling machines.

A-CON 83 A Mill Cabinet: Design, Layout, and
Production Units 4
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: Indentured apprentice.
Advisories: None.
This course is designed to introduce the residential and commercial cabinet design, production methods, production layout, and cabinet construction from start to finish.

A-CON 83B Mill Cabinet: Project Planning Units 4
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: Indentured apprentice.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to introduce the requirements for job planning, project supervision, construction requirements, construction scheduling, construction costs, and the construction process for a commercial mill cabinet project.

A-CON 84A Construction Painting:
Fundamentals Units 3
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: Indentured apprentice.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to introduce the basic fundamentals of painting. The course includes tools, materials, and applications for residential, commercial, and industrial painting processes.

A-CON 84B Construction Painting: Color
Mixing and Matching Units 3
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: Indentured apprentice.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to introduce technical skills in color mixing and matching.

A-CON 85A Construction Painting: Wood
Finishing Units 3
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: Indentured apprentice.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to introduce the technical aspects of wood finishing. The course includes the techniques and procedures used in the painting and decorating industry.

A-CON 85B Construction Painting: Blueprint
Reading Units 3
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: Indentured apprentice.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to introduce reading of construction prints as used by painters and drywall finishers.

A-CON 86A Construction Painting: Spray
Painting Units 3
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: Indentured apprentice.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to introduce the techniques of spray painting for residential and commercial projects.

A-CON 86B Construction Painting: Ladders and
Scaffolding Units 3
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: Indentured apprentice.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to introduce the safe use of ladders, scaffolding, and rigging utilized in the painting, decorating, and drywall finishing industry. The course places emphasis on meeting Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA) and other industry standards.

Culinary Arts

CUL ART 1 Introduction to Hospitality
Industry Units 2
Prerequisites: Reading level II.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to explore the organization and respnosibilities of foodservice personnel within the hospitality industry. The growth, development, and future of the hospitality industry are investigated. (CSU)

CUL ART 3 Sanitation and Safety Units 2
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an introduction to the basic principles of hygiene and the application of these principles to food service operations. Safety elements in food service planning, description of maintenance, operation of appropriate food service equipment, and Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) regulations are included. Emphasis is placed on the supervisor's responsibilities in maintaining high sanitation and safety standards. (CSU)

CUL ART 4 Food and Beverage Cost
Technologies Units 2
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to enable the student to study food, beverage, and labor cost controls. The student learns recipe conversions, menu pricing, food and labor cost percentages, and interprets a profit and loss statement. A working knowledge of culinary mathematics as it applies directly to food cost analysis is stressed as well as the necessary mathematics proficiency required to function effectively in the foodservice industry. (CSU)

CUL ART 5 Commercial Food Preparation Units 4
Prerequisites: None. Corerequisites: None.
Limitation on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to explore the theory of basic commercial food production techniques and applications. The students develop skills in knife, tool, and equipment operation and apply principles of food preparation to produce a variety of food products. Students are involved in meal production and rotate through commercial foodservice job stations. (CSU)

CUL ART 7 Baking Units 3
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to provide the studnt with the basic skills that are involved in dessert and bread produciton from formulas used in quantity foodserve. Care and use of bakeshop equipment are included. (CSU)

CUL ART 8 European Pastry Production Units 4
Prerequisites: CUL ART 7, with a grade of "C" or better; Reading level II or Reading level I with corequisites.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to enable the student to prepare European style pastries including cheesecakes, individual cakes, tortes and tarts. The student develops skills in the production of fine pastry such as tea cookies, petit fours, and individually plated desserts. Speciality breads are produced. (CSU)

CUL ART 9 Restaurant Operations Units 9
Prerequisites: CUL ART 5, with a grade of "C" or better.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to enable the student to prepare and serve food for an a la carte restaurant. The student gains experience and practices in the business of restaurant operations during performance of cooking and serving in the campus restaurant. The student performs dining room service using a variety of types of service. The student learns to operate a point of sale computer. (CSU)

CUL ART 10 Plated Desserts Units 4
Prerequisites: CUL ART 7, CUL ART 8, each with a grade of "C" or better; Reading level II or Reading level I with corequisite.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to enable the student to prepare chocolate candies, desserts, and centerpieces. the student works with pulled, blown and cast sugar, and pastillage and also prepares frozen desserts. (CSU)

CUL ART 11 Menu Planning Units 1.5
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to summarize the basic principles of menu planning and layout for various foodservice operations. Factors considered are nutritional adequacy, economic requirements, types of operations, skill of personnel, clientele, and equipment. (CSU)

CUL ART 12 Retail Bakery Management Units 3
Prerequisites: CUL ART 7, CUL ART 8, CUL ART 10, each witha grade of "C" or better; Reading level II or Reading level I with corequisite.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.
This course is designed to enable the student to manage a retail bakery. The student learns seasonal and speciality production planning for a retail bakery. The student develops skills in financial management of a bakery. (CSU)

CUL ART 13 Purchasing and Receiving Units 1.5
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to survey purchasing and receiving practices in commercial foodservice operations. The course includes the writing of specifications, standards and grades of food. Analysis of food quality and the factors influencing pricing are included. (CSU)

CUL ART 15 Selected Topics: Culinary Arts Units 1-2
Prerequisites: Reading level II or concurrent enrollment in reading.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to offer instruction in one of the specialized areas of culinary arts not already covered by existing curricula. (CSU)

CUL ART 19 Kitchen Management Units 9
Prerequisites: CUL ART 9, with a grade of "C" or better.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to examine advanced principles of preparation of foods served in hotels and restaurants. The student gains experience in quantity food preparation while working in the Student Chef. Career options are explored. (CSU)

CUL ART 25 Food Service Management Units 2
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to enable the student to study the principles of managing all types of commercial and institutional food service. Areas such as sales, promotion, advertising, personnel, legal aspects, and labor-management relations are covered. Styles of leadership are evaluated. Human relations and personnel management skills are discussed. (CSU)

CUL ART 27 Garde Manger Units 1.5
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is about the artwork of the foodservice industry that blends aesthetic and practical aspects of food presentation. Salads, and sandwiches, buffet, buffet presentations are discussed. Advanced garde manger techniques for show pieces utilizing American Culinary Federation competition criteria are stressed. (CSU)

CUL ART 29 Beverage Management Units 1.5
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is the history of production, laws, responsibilities, and service of beverages. Emphasis is placed on beers, wines, liquors, coffees, teas, and non-alcoholic beverages. (CSU)

CUL ART 50H Special Studies:
Culinary Arts Units 1-2
Prerequisites: Completion of entry level Culinary Arts courses with a grade of "B" or better.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is open to the student who is qualified to do advanced work in the field of culinary arts. The course includes research, directed reading, field work, or other advanced study, and the course may be repeated for a maximum total of four units. (CSU)

CUL ART 70 Introduction to Ice Carving Units 0.5
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.
This course is an introduction to the basics of ice carving for the hospitality industry with an emphasis on safety, design, execution, movement, and display of sculptures suitable for hotels, caterers, and restaurants.

CUL ARTS 80 Selected Topics:
Culinary Arts Units 0.5-3
Prerequisites: None; exempt from assessment testing.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to offer instruction in one or more of the specialized areas of culinary arts not already covered by the existing curriculum. Units in this course do not count toward an associate degree.

CUL ART 82 Garnishing and Food
Presentation Units 0.5
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.
This course is designed to address the design principles and preparation of fruit and vegetable garnishes used to enhance plate and platter presentations of food. A variety of garnishing techniques are discussed. Centerpiece preparation to enhance the presentation of foods is covered.

CUL ART 84 Restaurant Desserts Units 0.5
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.
This course is designed to provide the student with an understanding of the selection and preparation of food service desserts. Creativity, cost, difficulty of preparation, and service and taste of various desserts are analyzed. Lighter adaptations of dessert recipes are also included.

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