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EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION MASTER TEACHER

Family, Consumer & Health Sciences Division

Upon successful completion of the Early Childhood Education Master Teacher Certificate, the student demonstrates knowledge, training, and skills to be a master teacher in a privately or publicly funded child care center in accordance with the Child Development Permit Matrix issued by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing. Skills demonstrated and practiced by the student include the ability to provide instruction to young children utilizing knowledge of a specialized area of early childhood education, supervise adults in the classroom, and coordinate curriculum and staff development.

Total Units Required: 48
Recommended Sequence:
First Semester Units

FCS 21 Child Development 3

FCS 26 Child, Family, and Community 3

ENG 1A* Written Communication 3

OR

ENG 79* Preparatory English 5

ELECTIVE* General Education Requirement:

Social Science Course 2-3

Second Semester

FCS 29 Early Childhood Experiences:

Arts and Sciences 3

FCS 31A ECE Theory: Working with Children 3

FCS 32A ECE Practicum 3

ELECTIVE* General Education Requirement:

Humanities Course 2-4

Third Semester

FCS 30 Early Childhood Experiences: Language Arts 3

FCS 31B ECE Theory: Early Cognitive Learning 3

FCS 32B ECE Practicum 3

ELECTIVE Early Childhood Specialization (Group II) 3

ELECTIVE* General Education Requirement:

Math or Science 3-5

Fourth Semester

FCS 76 ECE Adult Supervision 2

ELECTIVE Early Childhood Specialization (Group II) 3

ELECTIVE* General Education Electives

(as needed) 4-10

*General Education requirements must total 16 units or more.

Group I (General Education Requirements)
(minimum of one course from the following Associate degree General Education areas and a minimum of 16 units)

Learning Skills: Group A

Learning Skills: Group B or Natural Science

Humanities

Social Sciences

Group II (Specialization)
(minimum of six units selected from any one of the following specializations)

Special Needs Units

FCS 34 Children with Special Needs 3

FCS 64* Impact of Violence on Children and Families 3

FCS 75B Procedures for Working with Autistic Children 3

FCS 99A Meeting The Needs of Children at Risk 1

FCS 99B Sexual Development and Signs of

Sexual Abuse .5

FCS 99I The Impact of Chemical Dependency on

Children and Families 1

GUID 64 Helping Skills for the Early

Childhood Educator 1

COMM 2 Introduction to Communication Disorders 3

SPED 15 Selected Topics: Special Education 1-2

S L 22 Elementary American Sign Language 3

Language and Literature for Children

FCS 71 Children, Imagination, and Books 1

HUM 4 Introduction to Linguistics 3

ENG 39 Folklore 3

Creative Arts

FCS 73 Preschool Art 1

ART 4 Exploring Art 3

DRAM 45B Introductory Children's Theater 3

School Age Child Care
FCS 36 Activities and Environment for
School Age Child Care 3
PE 46 Recreational Leadership 3
Infant Development
FCS 33 Infant Development and Caregiving 3
FCS 39 Infant/Toddler Practicum 3
Parent-Child Relationships
FCS 61A Parent Child Learning 2
FCS 61B Parent Child Communication 2
FCS 62 Positive Parenting 1
FCS 99C Suporting Relationships between Children
and their Families .5
FCS 99E Nurturing Lifetime Relationships .5
FCS 99H The Impact of Placement on Foster Families .5
FCS 99I The Impact of Chemical
Dependency on Families 1
GUID 64* Helping Skills for the Early Childhood
Educator 1
PSYCH 48 Family Counseling in Human Service
Agencies 2
*FCS 64 and GUID 64 (Group II selected units) become effective as of Spring 2003.

EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION ASSOCIATE TEACHER

Family, Consumer & Health Sciences Division

Upon successful completion of the Early Childhood Education Associate Teacher Certificate, the student demonstrates knowledge, training, and skills to be a teacher in a private childcare center and an assistant teacher in a publicly funded child care center in accordance with the Child Development Permit Matrix issued by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing. Skills demonstrated and practiced by a student include developmentally appropriate lesson planning and implementation for preschool children, conducting of observations, demonstrated use of appropriate guidance techniques, and exhibited understanding of optimal room and yard arrangement.

Total Units Required 12
Recommended Sequence:
First Semester Units

FCS 21 Child Development 3

FCS 26 Child, Family, and Community 3

Second Semester

FCS 31A ECE Theory: Working with Children 3

FCS 32A ECE Practicum 3

EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION ASSISTANT

Family, Consumer & Health Sciences Division

Upon successful completion of the Early Childhood Education Assistant Certificate, the student demonstrates the knowledge and skills of an assistant in a private child care center or a publicly-funded child care center in accordance with the Child Development Permit Matrix issued by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing. Skills demonstrated and practiced by a student include an awareness of normal developmental characteristics of children, ability to follow a curriculum plan and schedule that meets children's needs as directed, and a basic understanding of family dynamics and differences in child rearing styles.

Total Units Required 6
Required Courses Units

FCS 26 Child, Family, and Community 3

FCS 28 Health and Safety in Child Care 2

FCS 63 Child Discipline 1

EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION SITE SUPERVISOR

Family, Consumer & Health Sciences Division

Upon successful completion of the Early Childhood Education Site Supervisor Certificate, the student demonstrates knowledge, training and skills to supervise single site child development programs, provide instruction to children, and serve as the coordinator of curriculum and staff development in both public and private child care centers in accordance with the Child Development Permit Matrix issued by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing. Skills demonstrated and practiced by the student include development of program policies, personnel handbooks and budgets, techniques in adult supervision, and demonstrated understanding of licensing regulations overseeing both public and private child care programs.

Total Units Required 60
Recommended Sequence:
First Semester Units

FCS 21 Child Development 3

FCS 26 Child, Family, and Community 3

ELECTIVE General Education Requirement:

Written Communications: See Group I 3-5

ELECTIVE General Education Requirement:

Social Science: See Group I 3

ELECTIVE General Education Requirement:

See Group I 3-5

Second Semester

FCS 29 Early Childhood Experiences:

Arts and Sciences 3

FCS 31A ECE Theory: Working with Children 3

FCS 32A ECE Practicum 3

FCS 37 Administration of Child Care Programs 3

ELECTIVE General Education Requirement:

Humanities: See Group I 3-5

Third Semester

FCS 30 Early Childhood Experiences: Language Arts 3

FCS 31B ECE Theory: Early Cognitive Learning 3

FCS 32B ECE Practicum 3

FCS 38 Development and Financial Management

of Child Care Programs 3

ELECTIVE General Education Requirement:

Mathematics or Science: See Group I 3-5

Fourth Semester

FCS 76 ECE Adult Supervision 2

ELECTIVE General Education Requirement:

See Group I 3-13

Group I (General Education Requirements)
(minimum of one course from the following Associate Degree General Education areas and a minimum of 28 units)

Learning Skills: Group A

Learning Skills: Group B or Natural Science

Humanities

Social Sciences

EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION TEACHER

Family, Consumer & Health Sciences Division

Upon successful completion of the Early Childhood Education Teacher Certificate, the student demonstrates the knowledge, training, and skills of a teacher in a private child care center or a publicly-funded child care center in accordance with the Child Development Permit Matrix issued by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing. Skills demonstrated and practiced by a student include developmentally appropriate lesson planning and implementation for infant/toddlers, preschool and school-age children in subject areas including science, mathematics and language arts.

Total Units Required 40
Recommended Sequence:
First Semester Units

FCS 21 Child Development 3

FCS 26 Child, Family, and Community 3

ELECTIVE General Education Requirement:

Written Communications: See Group I 3-5

ELECTIVE General Education Requirement:

Social Sciences: See Group I 3-5

Second Semester

FCS 29 Early Childhood Experiences:

Arts and Sciences 3

FCS 31A ECE Theory: Working with Children 3

FCS 32A ECE Practicum 3

ELECTIVE General Education Requirement:

Humanities: See Group I 3-5

Third Semester

FCS 30 Early Childhood Experiences: Language Arts 3

FCS 31B ECE Theory: Cognitive Development 3

FCS 32B ECE Practicum 3

ELECTIVE General Education Requirement:

Mathematics or Science: See Group I 3-5

ELECTIVE General Education Requirement:

Electives: See Group I 0-4

Group I (General Education Requirement)
(minimum of one course from the following Associate degree General Education areas and a minimum of 16 units)

Learning Skills: Group A

Learning Skills: Group B or Natural Science

Humanities

Social Sciences

EDUCATION AIDE

Communication Skills Division

Upon successful completion of the certificate, the student demonstrates the ability to perform of any combination of following instructional tasks in classroom to assist teaching staff of public or private elementary or secondary schools: discuss assigned teaching area with classroom teacher to coordinate instructional efforts; prepare lesson outline and plan in assigned area and submits outline to teacher for review; plan, prepare, and develop various teaching aids, such as bibliographies, charts, and graphs; present subject matter to students, utilizing variety of methods and techniques, such as lecture, discussion, and supervised role playing; prepare, administer, and grade examinations; assist students, individually or in groups, with lesson assignments to present or reinforce learning concepts; and confer with parents on progress of students.

Total Units Required 26 - 27

Required Courses:

Units

EDUC 10 Introduction to Education 3-4

SOCIO 1A Introduction to Sociology 3

OR

PSYCH 1 Introduction to Psychology 3

SOCIO 33 Social Inequality in the United States 3

COM ST 1A Fundamentals of Speech 3

ENG 1A Written Communications 3

FCS 21 Child Development 3

PSYCH 45A Beginning Field Practicum 2

OR

SOCIO 45A Beginning Field Practium 2

C S 20 Microsoft Word, Excel, and Access 3

ELECTIVES See Group I below 3

Group I (Electives)
(three units from the following )

ART 4 Exploring Art 3

DRAMA 6A Beginning Improvisational Theatre 2

MUSIC 36A Class Piano 1

ELECTRICAL TECHNOLOGY

Applied Science & Technology Division

Upon successfully completing the Electrical Technology Certificate program, the student demonstrates skills in the electrical industry in the capacity of a beginning electrician, preferably as an indentured electrical apprentice where the students compare, contrast, and apply basic electrical theory and other major portions of the electrical field. Training and skills demonstrated by the student in this program are crucial to safe entry into electrical apprenticeships in the electrical field for programs like the IBEW's (International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers) Joint Apprenticeship Training Committee, WECA (Western Electrical Contractors Association) electrical apprenticeship, ABC program (another indentured electrical apprenticeship program).

Total Units Required 38 - 44

Recommended Sequence: Units

ELEC 30 Fundamentals of Electricity 5

ELEC 31 Electrical Wiring Methods 7

ELEC 32 Electrical Motor and Controls 5

ELEC 33 Industrial Wiring Methods 5

ELEC 34 Advanced Motors and Controls 5

INDUS 45 Industrial Technology 5

OR

PHYSC 10 Introduction to Physics 4

MATH 80 Elementary Algebra 4

INDUS 31 Hydraulics and Pneumatics 4

OR

MECH 15 Machine Tool Process 3

ELECTRICAL TECHNOLOGY: APPRENTICESHIP OPTION

Applied Science & Technology
Total Units Required 40
Recommended Sequence
First Semester Units

A-ELE 70A Introduction to Electricity 4

VO ED 80V Work Experience-Apprenticeship 2

Second Semester

A-ELE 70B Electrical Fundamentals 4

VO ED 80V Work Experience-Apprenticeship 2

Third Semester

A-ELE 71A Electrical Circuits and Code 4

Fourth Semester

A-ELE 71B Electrical Circuits and Equipment 4

Fifth Semester
Sixth Semester
Seventh Semester
Eighth Semester
Ninth Semester

ELECTRONICS TECHNOLOGY

Applied Science & Technology Division

Upon successful completion of the Electronics Technician Certificate the student will have demonstrated skills to operate electronic test equipment, diagnose malfunctions and electronic circuits, isolate and replace defective components, disassemble and reassemble complex electronic chassis. The International Electronics Technician Articulation Committee accredits the program. The program prepares the student for positions in the electronics industry such as electronics service technician, and industrial equipment repair technician.

Total Units Required 32
Required Courses: Units

ELECT 11 AC and DC Network Analysis 4.5

ELECT 12 Solid State Devices 6

ELECT 13A Integrated Circuits 4.5

ELECT 14A Electronics Troubleshooting 3

ELECT 14B Advanced Electronics Troubleshooting 3

ELECT 14C Troubleshooting Computers 3

ELECT 16 Introduction to Microprocessors 4

MATH 80 Elementary Algebra 4

ELECTRON MICROSCOPY: BIOLOGICAL

Science & Mathematics Division

Upon successful completion, the student demonstrates skills, knowledge and training for employment as a microscopist to work with research scientists in industry, research laboratories, medical schools, hospitals, colleges and universities, as well as being qualified for technical sales and marketing for Electron Microscopy. The student demonstrates his or her ability to: use theory in hands-on work; specimen preparation; electron/ion/light/scanned probe microscope operation; digital imaging; routine maintenance of equipment; experimental design; and data interpretation. The student demonstrates skills, knowledge, and training in organization, team work, oral and written communication, problem solving, and critical thinking. The student demonstrates a variety of skills for employment in disciplines including the following: metallurgy, ceramics, computer and electronics industries, biology, environmental areas, biotechnology, geology, forensics, food and cosmetic industries, and medicine.

Total Units Required 54
Recommended Sequence:
First Semester (Fall) Units

C S 18 Microcomputers and Small Business:

Apple Macintosh 3

E M 11 Photography for Laboratory Technicians 2

E M 21 Introductory Techniques of

Electron Microscopy 3

BIOL 1 Core Biology 4

MATH 80 Elementary Algebra 4

Second Semester (Spring)

E M 22 Ultramicrotomy for Electron Microscopy 4.5

CHEM 3A Introduction to Chemistry 4

PHYSC 10 Introduction to Physics 4

MATH 82 Intermediate Algebra 4

Third Semester (Fall)

E M 28 Biological Ultrastructure 2

E M 37 Advanced Techniques in Biological

Electron Microscopy 3.5

E M 38 Scanning Electron Microscopy 3

E M 53 Electron Microscopy Equipment Maintenance 3

E M 58 Digital Imaging for Microscopy 2

MATH 31 Trigonometry 3

Fourth Semester (Spring) Units

E M 30 Current Microscopies, Optics,

Theory and Application 3

E M 39 Advanced Biological SEM 2

E M 59 Advanced Projects in Electron Microscopy 2

Group I (Mathematics Requirement)

Option I: Math 80, Math 82, and Math 31

Option II: MATH 80 and MATH 87*

*Not offered at present

Suggested Electives Units

E M 79 Applied Microscopy Principles 1-3

E M 34 Introduction to Materials Electron Microscopy 4

E M 41 Analytical SEM 3

E M 50H Special Studies: Electron Microscopy 1 - 2

E M 62 Focused Ion Beam (FIB) Operation/Use 2

E M 60 TEM Align/Use 2

E M 61 SEM Align/Use 2

E TECH 20 Materials & Measurements 3

MATH 12 Introduction to Probability and Statistics 4

ELECT 11 AC and DC Network Analysis 4.5

BIOL 33 Anatomy and Physiology 6

BIOL 2 General Zoology 5

Required Certificate Courses must be completed with at least a "C" Grade.

Equivalent courses may be accepted by transfer from other colleges but at least 12 units of the certificate must be completed at San Joaquin Delta College. Students who desire equivalency/transfer course(s) credit for courses taken elsewhere must have the courses approved Before taking it for certificate credit.

NOTE: It is recommended that during the summer, required core courses (Non-EM) be taken.

ELECTRON MICROSCOPY: CRYSTALLINE MATERIAL

Science & Mathematics Division

Upon successful completion, the student demonstrates skills, knowledge and training for employment as a microscopist to work with research scientists in industry, research laboratories, medical schools, hospitals, colleges and universities, as well as being qualified for technical sales and marketing for Electron Microscopy. The student demonstrates his or her ability to: use theory in hands-on work; specimen preparation; electron/ion/light/scanned probe microscope operation; digital imaging; routine maintenance of equipment; experimental design; and data interpretation. The student demonstrates skills, knowledge, and training in organization, team work, oral and written communication, problem solving, and critical thinking. The student demonstrates a variety of skills for employment in disciplines including the following: metallurgy, ceramics, computer and electronics industries, biology, environmental areas, biotechnology, geology, forensics, food and cosmetic industries, and medicine.

Total Units Required 53.5
Recommended Sequence:
First Semester (Fall) Units

C S 18 Microcomputers and Small Business:

Apple Macintosh 3

E M 11 Photography for Laboratory Technicians 2

E M 21 Introductory Techniques of

Electron Microscopy 3

MATH 80 Elementary Algebra 4

Second Semester (Spring)

E TECH 20 Materials & Measurements 3

CHEM 3A Introduction to Chemistry 4

PHYSC 10 Introduction to Physics 4

E M 34 Introduction to Materials Electron Microscopy 4

MATH 82 Intermediate Algebra 4

Third Semester (Fall)

E M 35 Physical Electron Microscopy Laboratory 3.5

E M 38 Scanning Electron Microscopy 3

E M 53 Electron Microscopy Equipment Maintenance 3

E M 58 Digital Imaging for Microscopy 2

MATH 31 Trigonometry 3

Fourth Semester (Spring)

E M 30 Current Microscopies, Optics,

Theory and Applications 3

E M 41 Analytical Scanning Electron Microscopy 3

E M 59 Advanced Projects in Electron Microscopy 2

Suggested Electives Units

E M 79 Applied Microscopy Principles 1-3

E M 62 Focused Ion Beam (FIB) Operation/Use 2

E M 22 Ultramicrotomy for Electron Microscopy 4.5

E M 39 Advanced Biological SEM 2

E M 60 TEM Align/Use 2

E M 61 SEM Align/Use 2

C S 17 Computer Logic 3

ELECT 11 AC and DC Network Analysis 4.5

E TECH 13 Engineering Drafting Skills 3

MATH 12 Introduction to Probability and Statistics 4

E M 50H Special Studies: Electron Microscopy 1-2

Required Certificate Courses must be completed with at least a "C" Grade.

Equivalent courses may be accepted by transfer from other colleges but at least 12 units of the certificate must be completed at San Joaquin Delta College. Students who desire equivalency/transfer course(s) credit for courses taken elsewhere must have the courses approved BEFORE taking it for certificate credit.

NOTE: It is recommended that during the summer, required core courses (Non-EM) be taken.

ELIGIBILITY WORKER

Social Science Division

Upon successful completion of the certificate, the student will have demonstrated his/her ability to: work on a computer, perform calculations, organize data, and work effectively with diverse populations. The Eligibility Certificate prepares the student to take the Civil Service Examination for the position of Eligibility Worker at Human Services Agency. The program is approved by San Joaquin County.

Total Units Required 26.5 - 30
Recommended Sequence:
First Semester Units

SOCIO 1B Problems of a Changing Society 3

SOCIO 24 Social Welfare 3

SOCIO 45A Sociology Field Practicum 2

ENG 1A Written Communications 3

OR

ENG 79 Preparatory English 5

DVED 86A-D Applied Basic Mathematics 2

DVED 78A-D Applied Mathematics Laboratory 1

Second Semester

CS 20 Microsoft Word, Excel & Access 3

SOCSC 30 American Immigrant Experience 3

OR

SOCIO 27 Gender in Contemporary Society 3

OR

SOCIO 33 Social Inequality in the U. S. 3

SOCIO 45B Sociology Field Practicum 2

COM ST 7 Intercultural Communication 3

Group I (Electives)
(Select any one of the following)

BIM 1A Beginning Keyboarding 1.5

PSYCH 52 Introduction to Substance & Abuse

Counseling 3

PSYCH 53 Drugs and Society 3

PSYCH 55 Introduction to Child Abuse Counseling 2

PSYCH 56 Assisting Sexual Assault Victims 2

AND

Must have achieved Level II on the mathematical portion of the assessment test, or have completed a Level II mathematical course

EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIAN (EMT - 1)

Family, Comsumer & Health Science Division

Upon successful completion of the Emergency Medical Technician Program, the student demonstrates skills, training, and knowledge to meet the certification examination for Emergency Medical Technician I. Upon certification, the student demonstrates minimal training required by state and local agencies for employment in many fire and ambulance service industries.

Total Units Required 4
Prerequisites to the Program

Current CPR certificate at health care provider level.

Recertification Prerequisites

1 Current EMT-I certificate.

2 Current CPR certificate at health care provider level.

Required Courses Units

H S 77B Emergency Medical Technician 1 4

Refresher Course

H S 81 EMT Refresher 1

ENGINEERING

Applied Science & Technology Division

Upon successful completion of the Engineering Certificate, the student demonstrates skills, knowledge, and ability for transfer to a Bachelor's Degree program at a college or university, and the mathematical, scientific, and basic engineering theory courses required for upper division study in an engineering specific major. Delta College's program meets the lower division requirements established by the California Engineering Liaison Committee.

Total Units Required 52
Recommended Sequence:
First Semester Units

ENGR 1 Introduction to Engineering and Technology 3

MATH 1 Calculus 5

ENG 1A Written Communication 3

Second Semester

ENGR 2 Engineering Graphics 3

MATH 2 Calculus 4

CHEM 1A General Chemistry 5

PHYSC 4A Principles of Physics: Mechanics 4

Third Semester

ENGR 4 Engineering Materials 3

ENGR 29 Engineering Applications for Digital

Computations 3

MATH 3 Vector Calculus 4

Fourth Semester

ENGR 8 Statics 3

ENGR 6 Engineering Circuit Analysis 4

MATH 4 Differential Equations 4

PHYSC 4C Principles of Physics: Electricity

and Magnetism 4

NOTE:

The courses listed above fulfill the recommended core of the Engineering Articulation Guideline for engineering transfer students as formulated by the statewide Engineering Liaison Council.

Completion of the above sequence of classes will not meet the requirements necessary for admission to most four-year institutions.

PREREQUISITES:

E TECH 12, E TECH 13, CHEM 3A and MATH 80, MATH 82, MATH 36 (or MATH 30/31) or their equivalents, are prerequisites for some courses in this program. You may not be required to complete some of the above prerequisites, depending upon high school preparation. It is essential to see a couselor prior to, or during the first semester of attendance at SJDC to determine the additional requirements necessary for admission to specific four-year institutions. Failure to do so may result in the completion of unnecessary courses and/or the omission of necessary courses and will significantly delay transfer.

ENGINEERING COMPUTER-AIDED DRAFTER

Applied Science & Technology Division

Upon successful completion of the Computer-Aided Drafter Certificate, the student demonstrates the skills, knowledge, and training for employment as an entry-level computer-aided drafting (CAD) technician. The student demonstrates his/her ability to construct two-dimensional and three-dimensional drawings using typical CAD hardware and software.

Total Units Required 18
Recommended Sequence:
First Semester Units

ENGR 1 Introduction to Engineering and Technology 3

E TECH 11 Engineering Drafting 3

E TECH 12 Computer-Aided Drafting 3

E TECH 13 Engineering Drafting Skills 3

Second Semester

ENGR 2 Engineering Graphics 3

E TECH 22 Three-Dimensional Modeling 3

ENGINEERING DRAFTER/ TECHNICIAN

Applied Science & Technology Division

Upon successful completion of the Engineering Drafter/Technician Certificate, the student demonstrates skills, knowledge, and training for employment as an engineering aide; computer aided drafter, designer, surveyor, engineering technician, or other technical support position in the field of engineering. The student demonstrates his or her ability to document designs with appropriate technical drawings, and develop solutions for common engineering problems.

Total Units Required 43 - 47
Recommended Sequence:
First Semester Units

ENGR 1 Introduction to Engineering & Technology 3

E TECH 11 Engineering Drafting 3

E TECH 12 Computer-Aided Drafting 3

E TECH 13 Engineering Drafting Skills 3

Second Semester

ENGR 2 Engineering Graphics 3

E TECH 20 Materials and Measurements 3

E TECH 22 Three Dimensional Modeling 3

E TECH 26 Technical Statics

OR

E TECH 76 Applied Statics 3

Third Semester

E TECH 31 Fundamentals of Civil Drafting 3

E TECH 34 Machine Drafting 3

E TECH 35 Machine Design 3

E TECH 80 Applied Surveying 3

MECH 15 Machine Tool Process

(mechanical students only) 0-3

Fourth Semester

E TECH 46 Mechanical and Electrical Systems 3

AND

completion of all the courses in ONE of the specialization elective options shown below

CIVIL SPECIALIZATION

E TECH 41 Civil Drafting: Site Design 4

OR
ELECTRO-MECHANICAL SPECIALIZATION

E TECH 47 Control Systems 2

ELECT 11 AC and DC Network Analysis 4.5

OR
MECHANICAL SPECIALIZATION

E TECH 45 Practical Machine Design 3

E TECH 47 Control Systems 2

Cert_F

FAMILY & CONSUMER SCIENCES: LIFE MANAGEMENT

Family, Consumer & Health Sciences Division

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

Total Units Required 36
Recommended Sequence:
Units

FCS 2 Life Managemen t 3

FCS 5 Nutrition 3

OR

FCS 6 Basic Nutrition -

FCS 8 Food Preparation 3

FCS 10 Interior Design 3

FCS 3 Home Management and Finance 3

FCS 21 Child Development 3

FCS 23 Marriage and the Family 3

FCS 42 Textiles 3

FCS 47A Clothing Construction 3

ELECTIVES See Group I below 9

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

Family and Consumer Sciences 1-99

Culinary Arts 1-99

FAMILY DAY CARE PROVIDER

Family, Consumer & Health Sciences Division

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

Total Units Required 7
Required Courses Units

FCS 21 Child Development 3

FCS 63 Child Discipline 1

FCS 70* Introduction to Family Day Care 1

H ED 30** Standard First Aid 2

*Individuals who are already licensed Family Day Care

Providers may substitute one unit from the following:

FCS 71 Children, Imagination, and Books 1

FCS 72 Play and Learning 1

FCS 73 Preschool Art 1

FCS 74 Preschool Science 1

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

substituted for H ED 30.

FASHION MERCHANDISING

Family, Consumer & Health Sciences Division

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

Total Units Required 33
Required Courses Units

FCS 40 Introduction to Fashion Merchandising 3

FCS 41 Fashion Product Knowledge 3

FCS 42 Textiles 3

FCS 43 Origins of Fashion 3

FCS 44 Clothing in Contemporary Society 3

FCS 45 Fashion Sales and Promotion 3

FCS 46 Visual Merchandising 3

FCS 47A Clothing Construction 3

FCS 52 Fashion Field Study 3

ELECTIVES See Group I below 6

Group I (Electives)
(minimum of 6 units from the following)

BUS 21 Marketing 3

BUS 22 Professional Selling 3

BUS 23 Advertising 3

BUS 82 Business Mathematics 2

OR

MATH (any course) 3 - 4

COM ST 1A Fundamentals of Speech 3

FIRE ACADEMY

Applied Science & Technology

Upon successful completion of the Basic Firefighter 1 Academy, students will receive a certificate of completion that qualifies them for employment as a California Firefighter. The student will have successfully demonstrated his or her ability to demonstrate ethical conduct; understand the organization structure for managing fire incidents; make judgments concerning emergencies including medical, hazardous materials, rescues, and hazard abatement and prevention. The California State Fire Marshal accredits this program.

Total Units Required 10
First Semester Units

FIRE 91 Fire Academy 10

FIRE

Applied Science & Technology Division

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

Total Units Required 38-40
Recommended Sequence:
First Semester Units

FIRE 70 Fire Protection Organization 3

FIRE 71 Fire Protection Technology 3

ELECTIVE General Education Requirement:

Natural Sciences: See Group I 3

A J 31 Report Preparation 3

ENG 79 Preparatory English 5

Second Semester

FIRE 74 Fire Behavior & Combustion 3

H S 77B Emergency Medical Technician I 4

PSYCH 1 Introduction to Psychology 3

OR

PSYCH 20 Stress Management 1

Third Semester

FIRE 72 Fire Protection Equipment & Systems 3

FIRE 73 Building Construction for Fire Protection 3

MATH 80 Elementary Algebra 4

Fourth Semester

GROUP I Natural Sciences Elective 3

ELECTIVE See Group I below 3

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

FIRE 75 Fire Hydraulics 3

FIRE 92 Fire Investigation 3

FIRE 95A Command, Fire Strategy and Tactics 3

NOTE: Please refer to page 65 for program Special Admission Requirement information.

FITNESS SPECIALIST

(Proposed, Pending Approval)
Physical Education, Recreation & AthleticsDivision

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

Total Units Required 19
Recommended Sequence:
First Semester Units

PE 48 Exercise Science 3

Second Semester

PE 49 Psychology of Sports 3

PE 50 Nutrition for Fitness & Sport 3

Third Semester

PE 51 Fitness Assessment & Exercise Prescription 3

PE 42V Theory & Application of Weight Training 2

Fourth Semester

H ED 31 Emergency Response 3

PE 45 Special Project: Physical Education 2

FLUID POWER & AUTOMATION TECHNOLOGY

Applied Science & Technology Division

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

Total Units Required 28.5 - 29
Recommended Sequence:
First Semester Units

INDUS 31 Industrial Hydraulics 4

INDUS 37 Industrial Pneumatics 4

INDUS 94 Industrial Mathematics 3

INDUS 95 Principles of Technology 3

Second Semester

INDUS 35 Mobile Hydraulics 4

INDUS 41 Instrumentation and Process Control 3

ELECT 11 AC and DC Network Analysis 4.5

OR

ELECT 30 Fundamentals of Electricity 5

MECH 15 Machine Tool Process 3


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