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CARPENTRY TECHNOLOGY

Applied Science & Technology Division

Upon successful completion of the Carpentry Technology Certificate Program, the student demonstrates skills, knowledge, and training for employment in the construction field: a framer, estimator, construction supernatant, roofer, drywall installer, siding installer, and setting concrete forms. The students demonstrates his or her ability to lay out a foundation, set forms, layout walls, frame walls, install trusses, install siding, install roofing, install drywall, do finish work, draw a set of working drawings for a home, and estimate the material for the home. The student demonstrates skills in taking the test for a contractor's license.

Total Units Required 47-49
Recommended Sequence:
First Semester Units

CONST 72A Beginning Residential Carpentry 10

ARCH 1 Basic Architectural Drafting 3

Second Semester

CONST 72B Intermediate Residential Carpentry 10

INDUS 94 Industrial Mathematics 3

OR

MATH 80 Elementary Algebra 4

Third Semester

CONST 72C Advanced Residential Carpentry 10

CONST 78 Uniform Building Code 2

Fourth Semester

INDUS 20 Industrial Safety and Health 3

CONST 54 Estimating and Specifications 3

ELECTIVE See Group I Below 3-4

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

ARCH 12 Computer Aided Drafting 3

BUS 18A Business Law 3

BUS 60 Small Business Management 3

CONST 71B Beginning Mill Cabinet 4

CONST 89 Methods and Planning 3

CLOTHING ALTERATIONS & FIT

Family, Consumer & Health Sciences Division

Upon successful completion of the Clothing Alterations and Fit Certificate, the student demonstrates skills, knowledge, and training to perform alterations and repair of ready-to-wear and custom garments utilizing industrial sewing equipment and to work in a variety of settings providing specialized sewing and alterations.

Total Units Required 9
Recommended Sequence:
First Semester Units

FCS 47A Clothing Construction 3

Second Semester

FCS 47B Clothing Construction 3

FCS 84 Clothing Alterations & Fit 3

COMMUNICATION: SPEECH LANGUAGE PATHOLOGY ASSISTANT (SLPA)

Communication Skills Division

Upon successful completion of the certificate, the student demonstrates skills, knowledge and training to conduct speech-language screening, without interpretation, and using screening protocols developed by the supervising speech-language pathologist; provide direct treatment assistance to patients or clients under the supervision of a speech-language pathologist; follow implementing documented treatment plans or protocols developed by a supervising speech-language pathologist; document patient or client progress toward meeting established objectives; report the information to a supervising speech-language pathologist; assist a speech-language pathologist during assessments, including, but not limited to, assisting with formal documentation, preparing materials, and performing clerical duties; schedule activities and prepare charts, records, graphs, and data; perform checks and maintain equipment, including, but not limited to, augmentative communication devices; and assist with speech-language pathology research projects, in-service training, and family or community education.

Total Units Required: 62
Recommended Sequence:
First Semester Units

MATH 82 Intermediate Algebra 4

COMM 1 Communication Disorders:

Speech & Language Development 3

COMM 2 Communication Disorders: Introduction to

Speech Pathology & Audiology 3

ENG 1A Written Communications 3

PE 1D Beginning Swimming for Health 1.5-2

COM ST 7 Intercultural Communication 3

Second Semester

COMM 3 Communication Disorders: Therapy

Analysis & Field Practice 4

BIOL 11 Human Biology 4

FCS 34 Childen with Special Needs 3

PE 9A Beginning Conditioning 1.5-2

COM ST 3 Interpersonal Communication 3

Third Semester

COMM 5 Communication Disorders:

Materials & Procedures for SLPA's 3

FCS 21 Early Childhood Development 3

HUM 4 Introduction to Linguistics 3

POLSC 1 American Government & Institutions 3

PSYCH 1 Introduction to Psychology 3

Fourth Semester

BIM 38 Office Technologies 3

OR

BIM 39 Office Management 3

OR

BIM 42 Records Management & Filing 3

COMM 7 Communications Disorders: Service

Delivery Issues for SLPA's 3

COMM 9 Communication Disorders:

Assessment & Remediation 3

FCS 19 Human Development 3

SL 22 Elementary American Sign Language 3

COMPUTER OPERATIONS

Business Division

Upon successful completion of the Computer Operations Certificate, the student demonstrates skills, knowledge, and training for employment as a beginning computer operator; his or her ability to use an operating system; and his or her ability to logically solve and write a solution in a first semester programming language course.

Total Units Required 28 - 31.5
Recommended Sequence:
First Semester Units

C S 11 Fundamentals of Computer Science 3

C S 17 Computer Logic 3

C S 45 Microsoft Windows 1

BIM 1A* Beginning Keyboarding 0-1.5

MATH 80 Elementary Algebra (or higher) 4 -5

Second Semester

C S 32 Computer Operations 3

C S 54 Fundamentals of Data Communications 3

OR

CS 56 Networking Essentials 3

ENG 72 Technical Writing 3

ELECTIVES See Group I Below 3-4

Third Semester

C S 33 Systems Analysis and Design 3

C S 50H Special Studies: Computer Science 2

OR

CS 69V Internship: Computer Science 2

OR

C S 98V Work Experience: Computer Science 2

*or Typing Certificate for 40 WPM+

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

C S 24A Beginning COBOL Programming 3

C S 25 Assembly Language Programming: Macro 3

C S 26A Java Programming 3

C S 27 Engineering FORTRAN 3

C S 28 Visual BASIC Programming 4

C S 29A Pascal Programming 3

C S 31A "C" Programming 3

C S 31B C++ Programming 3

C S 42 UNIX 3

COMPUTER PROGRAMMING

Business Division

Upon successful completion of the Computer Programming Certificate, the student demonstrates skills, knowledge, and training for employment as a programmer trainee and to logically solve and write their solution in at least two programming languages.

Total Units Required 43.5-49.5
Recommended Sequence:
First Semester Units

C S 11 Fundamentals of Computer Science 3

C S 17 Computer Logic 3

C S 45 Microsoft Windows 1

BUS 1A Principles of Accounting 5

OR

BUS 10A Bookkeeping 3

BIM 1A Beginning Keyboarding 0-1.5

OR Typing Certificate of 40 WPM+ -

Second Semester

C S 25 ASSEMBLY Language Programming: Macro 3

C S 54 Fundamentals of Data Communications 3

OR

CS 56 Networking Essentials 3

BUS 10B* Bookkeeping (required if BUS 10A selected) 3

MATH 20 Finite Mathematics 3

ELECTIVE See Group I Below 3

Third Semester

C S 32 Computer Operations 3

C S 50H Special Studies: Computer Science 2

OR

C S 69V Internship: Computer Science 2

OR

C S 98V Work Experience: Computer Science 2

ENG 72 Technical Writing 3

ELECTIVE See Group I Below 3

Fourth Semester Units

C S 33 Systems Analysis and Design 3

COM ST 3 Interpersonal Communication 3

ELECTIVE See Group II Below 3-4

*BUS 10B is required only if BUS 10A is taken is lieu of BUS 1A

**Group I
(minimum of 6 units from the following)
(one of the following combinations which includes a beginning and an advanced course in the same language)

C S 24A Beginning COBOL Programming 3

AND

C S 24B Advanced COBOL Programming 3

OR

C S 28 Visual BASIC Programming 4

AND

C S 26A Java Programming 3

OR

C S 31A "C" Programming 4

AND

C S 31B C++ Programming 3

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

CS 23 HTML for Web Publishing 2.5

C S 24A Beginning COBOL Programming 3

CS 26A Java Programming 3

C S 27 Engineering FORTRAN 3

C S 28 Visual BASIC Programming 4

C S 29A Pascal Programming 3

C S 31A "C" Programming 3

C S 42 UNIX 3

**Student are required to take at least two courses from Group I and one course from Group II. Courses may not be duplicated.

COMPUTER SCIENCE

Business Division

Upon successful completion of the Computer Science Certificate, the student demonstrates skills, knowledge, and training for employment as a programmer trainee and demonstrates his or her ability to logically solve and write a solution in the C++ programming language; and for transfer to a four-year college.

Total Units Required 42-55
Recommended Sequence:
First Semester Units

C S 11 Fundamentals of Computer Science 3

C S 17 Computer Logic 3

C S 29A Pascal Programming 3

MATH See Group I Below 3-5

Second Semester

C S 25 ASSEMBLY Language Programming: Macro 3

C S 31A "C" Programming 3

MATH See Group I Below 3-5

ENG 1A Written Communications 3

Third Semester

C S 31B C++ Programming 3

C S 33 Systems Analysis and Design 3

MATH See Group I Below 3-5

COM ST 1A Fundamentals of Speech 3

Fourth Semester

ELECTIVES See Group II Below 6-10

Group I (Mathematics)
(minimum of 3 courses from the following)

MATH 1 Calculus 5

MATH 2 Calculus 4

MATH 3 Vector Calculus 4

MATH 4 Differential Equations 4

MATH 5 Linear Algebra 3

MATH 12 Introduction to Probability and Statistics 3

MATH 20 Finite Mathematics 3

Group II (Electives)
(minimum of 6 to 10 units selected from the following)

BUS 1A Principles of Accounting 5

BUS 1B Principles of Accounting 5

BUS 4 Managerial Accounting 5

CHEM 1A General Chemistry 5

C S 24A Beginning COBOL Programming 3

C S 24B Advanced COBOL Programming 3

C S 26A Java Programming 3

C S 27 Engineering FORTRAN 3

C S 28 Visual BASIC Programming 4

C S 32 Computer Operations 3

C S 42 UNIX 3

C S 43A Database Design using Microsoft Access® 3

C S 54 Fundamentals of Data Communications 3

C S 56 Networking Essentials 3

ECON 1A Principles of Economics: Macro 3

PHYSC 4A Principles of Physics: Mechanics 4

PHYSC 4B Principles of Physics: Waves, Sound, &

Thermodynamics 4

PHYSC 4C Principles of Physics: Electricity &

Magnetism 4

COMPUTER SCIENCE MICROCOMPUTER SPECIALIST: Applications Emphasis

Business Division

Upon successful completion of the Microcomputer Specialist Certificate, the student demonstrates skills, knowledge, and training for employment in a microcomputer support position. The student demonstrates his or her ability to use a microcomputer in applications.

Total Units Required 33.5 -38.5
Recommended Sequence:
First Semester Units

C S 11 Fundamentals of Computer Science 3

BUS/C S 14 Microcomputers & Small Business Systems 3

C S 45 Microsoft Windows 1

C S 70 Introduction to the Internet 1

Second Semester

C S 18 Microcomputers & Small Business:

Apple Macintosh 3

BUS 1A Principles of Accounting 5

OR

BUS 10A* Bookkeeping 3

ENG 72 Technical Writing 3

Third Semester

C S 14B Microcomputer Evaluation & Installation 3

C S 20 Microsoft Word, Excel, & Access 3

BIM 82 WordPerfect for Windows 2.5

BUS 10B* Bookkeeping 0-3

Fourth Semester

BUS 15 Computer Spreadsheets for Accounting 2

C S 42 UNIX 3

C S 43A Database Design using Microsoft Access® 3

*BUS 10B is required only if BUS 10A is taken in lieu of BUS 1A

COMPUTER SCIENCE MICROCOMPUTER SPECIALIST: Technical Emphasis

Business Division

Upon successful completion of the Microcomputer Specialist Certificate, the student demonstrates skills, knowledge, and training for employment in a microcomputer support position. The student demonstrates his or her ability to use a microcomputer in operating systems and programming.

Total Units Required 38 - 39
Recommended Sequence:
First Semester Units

C S 11 Fundamentals of Computer Science 3

BUS/C S 14 Microcomputers & Small Business Systems 3

C S 45 Microsoft Windows 1

C S 70 Introduction to the Internet 1

Second Semester

C S 17 Computer Logic 3

BUS 1A Principles of Accounting 5

OR

BUS 10A Bookkeeping 3

ENG 72 Technical Writing 3

Third Semester

C S 26A Java Programming 3

C S 29A Pascal Programming 3

MATH 20 Finite Mathematics 3

BUS 10B* Bookkeeping 3

Fourth Semester

C S 31A "C" Programming 3

C S 42 UNIX 3

C S 54 Fundamentals of Data Communications 3

OR

C S 56 Networking Essentials 3

*BUS 10B is required only if BUS 10A is taken in lieu of BUS 1A

COMPUTER SCIENCE MICROCOMPUTER SPECIALIST: Applications & Technical Emphasis

Business Division

Upon successful completion of the Microcomputer Specialist Certificate, the student demonstrates skills, knowledge, and training for employment in a microcomputer support position. The student demonstrates his or her ability to use a microcomputer in applications or in programming.

Total Units Required 51.5-56.5
Recommended Sequence:
First Semester Units

C S 11 Fundamentals of Computer Science 3

BUS/C S 14 Microcomputers & Small Business Systems 3

C S 17 Computer Logic 3

C S 45 Microsoft Windows 1

C S 70 Introduction to the Internet 1

Second Semester

C S 18 Microcomputers & Small Business:

Apple Macintosh 3

C S 20 Microsoft Word, Excel, & Access 3

BUS 1A Principles of Accounting 5

OR

BUS 10A* Bookkeeping 3

ENG 72 Technical Writing 3

MATH 20 Finite Mathematics 3

Third Semester

C S 14B Microcomputer Evaluation & Installation 3

BUS 15 Computer Spreadsheets for Accounting 2

C S 26A Java Programming 3

BIM 82 WordPerfect for Windows 2.5

BUS 10B* Bookkeeping

(required if BUS 10A is selected) 3

Fourth Semester

C S 29A Pascal Programming 3

C S 31A "C" Programming 3

C S 42 UNIX 3

C S 43A Database Design Using Microsoft Access® 3

C S 54 Fundamentals of Data Communications 3

OR

C S 56 Networking Essentials 3

*BUS 10B is required only if BUS 10A is taken in lieu of BUS 1A

CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT TECHNOLOGY

(Proposed, Pending Approval)
Applied Science & Technology Division

Upon successful completion of the Construction Management Technology Certificate, the student demonstrates skills, knowledge, and training for entry-level employment in the building industry related to the construction of architectural structures in positions: construction scheduling, estimating, construction management, employee relations, and liaison positions between the architectural, legal, and construction trades; employment in building and planning departments as plan checkers, code enforcement officers, and related positions such as sales representatives for materials suppliers within the construction industry; plan reading and basic technical preparation of construction documents; estimating, code analysis, employee relations, and construction related business skills.

Total Units Required 36
Recommended Sequence:
First Semester Units

ARCH 1 Basic Architectural Drafting 3

ARCH 8 Materials of Construction 3

MATH 80 Elementary Algebra 4

Second Semester

ARCH 12 Computer-Aided Drafting 3

CONST 54 Estimating and Specifications 3

BUS 60 Small Business Management 3

OR

BUS 94A,B,C Small Business Startup 3

Third Semester

BUS 18A Business Law 3

BUS/C S 14 Microcomputers and Small Business Systems 3

CONST 78 Uniform Building Code 2

Fourth Semester

INDUS 20 Industrial Safety and Health 3

E TECH 46 Mechanical and Electrical Systems 3

CONST 89 Methods and Planning 3

CORRECTIONAL SCIENCE

Applied Science & Technology Division

Upon successful completion of the Correctional Science Certificate, the student demonstrates knowledge and skills for a job in corrections, probation, and or adult or juvenile probation; and the student successfully demonstrates his or her ability to recognize and apply the concepts and terminology that is needed to understand the California criminal justice system. The Chancellor's Office approves the program.

Total Units Required 24
Recommended Sequence:
First Semester Units

AJ 31 Report Preparation 3

AJ 51 Introduction to Correctional Science 3

AJ 53 Correctional Interviewing and Interventions 3

ELECTIVE See Group I below 3

Second Semester

AJ 22 Concepts of Criminal Law 3

AJ 55 Control and Supervision in Corrections 3

AJ 57 Legal Aspects of Corrections 3

ELECTIVE See Group I below 3

Group I (Electives)

AJ 28 Juvenile Law and Procedures 3

AJ 41 Narcotics Investigation and Control 3

AJ 54 Introduction to Probation and Parole 3


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