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MACHINE SHOP TECHNOLOGY

Applied Science & Technology Division

Upon successful completion of the Machine Shop Technology Certificate, the student demonstrates skills, knowledge and training for entry-level positions in a variety of industries including machine shops, metal fabrication shops, tool and die shops, mold shops, industrial maintenance or millwright positions, and apprenticeships in these fields. The student demonstrates the safe and proper operation of lathe, milling machine, grinding machines, drilling and sawing machines, computer numerical control (CNC) machines, and other common machine tools; and his or her ability in layout, applied mathematics, CNC programming, and related skills.

Total Units Required 48
Recommended Sequence:
First Semester Units

MECH 50A Introductory Machine Shop 8

OR

MECH 67A Elementary Machine Shop 4

AND

MECH 67B Elementary Machine Shop 4

E-TECH 13 Engineering Drawing Skills 3

INDUS 45 Industrial Technology 5

OR

ELEC 30 Fundamentals of Electricity 5

Second Semester

MECH 50B Beginning Machine Shop 8

OR

MECH 67C Machine Shop 4

AND

MECH 67D Machine Shop 4

E TECH 12 Computer-Aided Drafting 3

MECH 60 Metal Trade Layout and Forming 5

OR

MECH 50D Advanced Machine Shop 8

Third Semester

MECH 50C Intermediate Machine Shop 8

MECH 10 Basic Welding for the Trades 4

INDUS 31 Hydraulics and Pneumatics 4

OR

INDUS 35 Mobile Hydraulics 4

MEDICAL OFFICE ASSISTANT

Business Division

Upon successful completion of the Medical Office Assistant Certificate program, the student demonstrates the skills, knowledge and training for entry-level employment as a medical office bookkeeper, medical records file clerk, appointment clerk, insurance coordinator or billing clerk and medical office receptionist. Individuals are able to demonstrate knowledge of medical technology, bookkeeping and records management as well as the ability to deal effectively with patients in setting appointments and collecting payments.

Total Units Required 17.5
Recommended Sequence:
First Semester Units

BIM 1A Beginning Keyboarding 1.5

BUS 10A Bookkeeping 3

HS 36 Medical Terminology 3

BUS 94F Customer Service Strategies for

Small Business 1

CS 20 Microsoft Word, Excel and Access 3

OR

CS 45 Microsoft Windows 1

AND

CS 95B Microsoft Word 1

AND

CS 95C Microsoft Excel 1

Second Semester

BIM 42 Records Management and Filing 3

BIM 38 Office Technologies 3

MENTAL HEALTH SPECIALIST

Social Science

Upon successful completion of the Mental Health Specialist certificate, the student will be prepared to work at the San Joaquin County Office of Mental Health as a Mental Health Specialist. The student will take academic courses to prepare him/her for this position. The student will receive training on how to: provide case management for a routine client caseload; provide group and individual counseling for emotional, drug, alcohol or other mental health problems; provide in-service training to speakers, educators and counselors; assist in managing a large mental health program or manage a small program.

Total Units Required 48-51
Recommended Sequence
First Semester Units

PSYCH 1 Introduction to Psychology 3

CS 11 Fundamentals of Computer Science 3

HS 36 Medical Terminology and Speech 3

COM ST 7 Intercultural Communication 3

SOCIO 1A Introduction to Sociology 3

ENG 79 Preparatory English 5

OR

ENG 1A Written Communication 3

Second Semester

PSYCH 3 Personal and Social Psychology 3

PSYCH 40 Case Management and Treatment Planning 3

PSYCH 38 Counseling Skills for Human Service Workers 3

PSYCH 45A Beginning Field Practicum 2

PSYCH 7 Abnormal Psychology 3

Third Semester

PSYCH 45B Intermediate Field Practicum 1-2

PSYCH 6 Lifespan Psychology 3

PSYCH 39 Client Interview, Evaluation and Referral 2

PSYCH 46 Individual Counseling in Human 3

Service Programs

PSYCH 47 Group Counseling in Human 3

Service Programs

BIO 11 Human Biology 4

MERCHANDISING

Business Division

Upon successful completion of the Merchandising Certificate program, the student demonstrates skills, knowledge and training for retail salespersons positions. The student demonstrates skills to motivate the customer to make a purchase, assess what a customer wants or needs, match the wants and needs to the available merchandise, complete sales-related documents, handle returns and exchanges, stock shelves and take inventory, and prepare displays.

Total Units Required 21-24
Rceommended Sequence:
First Semester Units

BUS 20 Introduction to Business 3

BUS 21 Marketing 3

ELECTIVES See Group I below 4-6

Second Semester

BUS 22 Professional Selling 3

BUS 23 Advertising 3

ELECTIVES See Group I below 5-6

Group I (Electives)
(3 elective courses from the following list)

BUS 1A Principles of Accounting 5

OR

BUS 10A Bookkeeping 3

BUS 8 Introduction to the American Legal System 3

OR

BUS 18A Business Law 3

OR

BUS 18B Business Law 3

OR

BUS 19 Legal Environment of Business 3

BUS 24 Retail Management 3

BUS 26 Economics of Business 3

BUS 30 Supervision & Human Relations 3

BUS 31 Introduction to Management 3

BUS/CS 14 Microcomputers & Small Business Systems 3

BUS 82A,B* Business Mathematics 3,3

FCS 40 Introduction to Fashion Merchandising 3

OR

FCS 46 Visual Merchandising 3

*Counts as one elective course

MILL CABINET TECHNOLOGY

Applied Science & Technology Division

Upon successful completion of the Mill and Cabinet Technology Certificate, the student demonstrates skills, knowledge, and training for entry-level employment in the construction industry as Millworker and Cabinetmaker in planning mills and cabinet shops. The student demonstrates his or her ability in setting up and using a variety of tools and machines used for cutting, shaping, and assembling wooden articles, such as store fixtures, cabinets, and high grade furniture.

Total Units Required 34-39
Recommended Sequence:
First Semester Units

ARCH 1 Basic Architectural Drafting 3

CONST 71A Mill Cabinet Fundamentals 4

OR

CONST 74A Introduction to Cabinet Making 4

Second Semester

CONST 71B Beginning Mill Cabinet 4

OR

CONST 74B Fundamentals of Cabinet Making 4

INDUS 20 Industrial Safety and Health 3

ELECTIVE See Group I below

Third Semester

CONST 71C Intermediate Mill Cabinet 4

OR

CONST 74C Cabinet Making 4

CONST 54 Estimating and Specification 3

ELECTIVE See Group I below 3

Fourth Semester

CONST 71D Advanced Mill Cabinet 4

OR

CONST 74D Cabinet Making & Mill Work 4

INDUS 94 Industrial Mathematics 3

OR

MATH 80 Elementary Algebra 4

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

ARCH 12 Computer-Aided Drafting 3

CONST 72A Beginning Residential Carpentry 10

CONST 72B Intermediate Residential Carpentry 10

CONST 78 Uniform Building Code 2

CONST 89 Methods and Planning 3

MILL CABINET TECHNOLOGY APPRENTICESHIP OPTION

Applied Science & Technology

Total Units Required 38

Recommended Sequence:

First Semester Units

A-CON 80A Mill Cabinet: Introduction 4

VO ED 80V Work Experience: Apprenticeship 2

Second Semester

A-CON 80B Mill Cabinet: Fundamentals 4

VO ED 80V Work Experience: Apprenticeship 2

Third Semester

A-CON 81A Mill Cabinet: Basic 4

VO ED 80V Work Experience: Apprenticeship 2

Fourth Semester

A-CON 81B Mill Cabinet: Layout and Benchwork 4

Fifth Semester

A-CON 82A Mill Cabinet: Materials and Application 4

Sixth Semester

A-CON 82B Mill Cabinet: Commercial Cabinetry 4

Seventh Semester

A-CON 83A Mill Cabinet: Design, Layout 4

and Production

Eighth Semester

A-CON 83B Mill Cabinet: Project Planning 4

MOBILE INTENSIVE CARE NURSING (MICN)

Family, Consumer & Health Science Division

Upon successful completion of this program, the student demonstrates skills, knowledge, and training to meet requirements set by the State of California for the role of mobile intensive care nurse. The student demonstrates his or her ability in the performance of pre-hospital advanced emergency care.

Total Units Required 5

Prerequisites:

1 Must be a registered nurse (R.N.) with a minimum of one year

of experience.

OR

2 Currently employed in an emergency room or a critical care area.

3 Current CPR or ACLS and successful completion of H S 34A,

Basic Electrocardiograph Reading, or the equivalent.

Required Course Units

NURS 12 Mobile Intensive Care Nursing 5

MUNICIPAL CLERK

Business Division

Upon successful completion of the Municipal Clerk Certificate, the student will be prepared for careers as a City Clerk, support staff in the office of the city clerk, or other similar public administration positions. The duties of a Municipal Clerk requires knowledge of public relations, organizational behavior, management, public administration, legislative procedures, meeting preparation and keeping of official minutes, elections planning and procedures, processing of annexations and vacations, license and permit processing, projects and capital improvements approvals, contracts and deeds processing, and records management. This program provides training in all of these areas.

Total Units Required 38
Recommended Sequence:
First Semester Units

BUS 1A Principles of Accounting 5

BUS 17A Beginning Business Communication 3

BUS 31 Introduction to Management 3

CS 11 Fundamentals of Computer Science 3

Second Semester

BUS 33 Introduction to Public Administration 3

BUS 30 Supervision and Human Relations 3

OR

BUS 36 Human Resource Management 3

ENG 1A Written Communication 3

ELECTIVE 3

Third Semester

BUS 37 Human Behavior on Organizations 3

BUS 34 Introduction to Municipal Clerkship 3

BIM 43 Records Management in Public Agencies 3

ENG 1D Critical Composition 3

Group I (Electives)

BUS 17B Advanced Business Communication 3

POLSC 1 American Government and Institutions 3


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