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RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY

Family, Comsumer & Health Science Division

Upon successful completion of the Radiologic Technology program, the student demonstrates skills, knowledge, and training for eligibility to take the certification examinations given by the State of California and the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists. The student demonstrates his or her ability to practice in a variety of health care settings providing radiology services.

Total Units Required 89.5-92.5

Prerequisites to the Program:

1. High school Graduate or G.E.D.

2. At least 18 years of age by July of the year of application.

3. A cumulative grade point average of no less than prerequisite courses of 2.5 or greater

4. One year of High School or College Algebra, with a grade of "C" or better.

5. A score on the San Joaquin Delta College Assessment Test of Level III in Composition or completion of English 79 with a grad of "C" or better

6. Completion of the following prerequisite courses with a grade of "C" or better AND a cumulative prerequisite GPA of 2.5 or greater:

BIOL 33 (Anatomy & Physiology)

OR

BIOL 31 (Human Anatomy)

AND

BIOL 32 (Human Physiology)

HS 36 (Medical Terminology)

Medical Terminology (HS 36)

Elementary Algebra (as stated above)

7. Hold a current, valid CPR card upon entry into the program.

Required Courses
Summer Units

RAD 10 Introduction to Radiography 3.5

RAD 10A Beginning Clinical Laboratory 3

Fall

RAD 10B Intermediate Clinical Laboratory 6

RAD 11 Radiographic Positioning and Terminology 6

RAD 12 Radiographic Anatomy 2

RAD 13 Principles of Radiographic Technique 4

RAD 14 Darkroom Chemistry and Processing 1

Spring

RAD 20 Advanced Radiographic Positioning and

Terminology 4

RAD 20A Advanced Clinical Laboratory 8

RAD 21 Advanced Radiographic Anatomy 2

RAD 22 Fundamentals of X-Ray and Radium Physics 4

RAD 23 Positioning and Technical Laboratory 0.5

Summer

RAD 30 Intermediate Positioning and

Technical Laboratory 0.5

RAD 30A Senior Clinical Laboratory 5

Fall

RAD 30B Advanced Senior Clinical Laboratory 10

RAD 31 Advanced Positioning and

Technical Laboratory 1

RAD 32 Sectional Anatomy 2

Spring

RAD 40 Senior Review, and Advanced

Radiation Protection and

Fluoroscopic Systems 6

RAD 40A Radiographic Laboratory 9

RAD 41 Radiographic Pathology and Film Critique 3

Group I (Electives)
(The following electives are recommended, but they are not required.)

PHSCI 1 Matter and Energy 3

PHYSC 2A General Physic s 4

PHYSC 2B General Physics 4

CHEM 3A Introduction to Chemistry 4

POLSC 1 American Government and Institutions 3

OR

HIST 17A History of the United States 3

OR

HIST 17B History of the United States 3

PSYCH 1 Introduction to Psychology 3

BUS 30 Supervision and Human Relations 3

ENG 1A Written Communications 3

H ED 31 Emergency Response 3

H ED 1 Health Education 3

PHYSC 10 Introduction to Physics 4

BIOL 32 Human Physiology 5

Students are encouraged to pursue an A.A. Degree, which may be granted concurrently with the Radiology Technology Certificate, provided all Generald Education requirements have been met.

Those students planning to apply to the program should consider taking general education classes while continuing entry into the program. Please consult a counselor for degree requirements.

NOTE:

Please refer to page 69 for program Special Admission Requirement information.

REAL ESTATE

Business Division

Upon successful completion of the Real Estate Certificate, the student demonstrates skills, knowledge, and training for entry-level positions such as real estate sales associates, property management, real estate appraisal, or assistants in real estate offices. The student demonstrates his or her ability to: perform the essential services necessary for the buyers and sellers of real property thereby providing for the orderly transfer of property such as helping buyers finding property that meets their needs and financial resources; obtain property listings; make preliminary estimates, anticipate prospective buyers' questions; prepare a purchase agreement; work with title or escrow companies, lenders, home inspectors, and pest control operators to facilitate the completion of the transaction; meet requirements for state licensure as a salesperson or broker. Property Managers oversee the day-to-day management of income-producing commercial and residential properties and manage the common property of condominium associations. The student who specializes in property management demonstrates skills, knowledge, and training to oversee the day-to-day management of income-producing commercial and residential properties and manage the common property of condominium associations. The student who specializes in real estate appraisal demonstrates the skills, knowledge, and training to compute estimates of value of real property which are required when property is bought, sold, assessed, taxed, condemned, insured, or mortgaged.

Total Units Required 24 - 27
Recommended Sequence:
First Semester Units

BUS 40 Real Estate Principles 3

BUS 45 Real Estate Economics 3

OR

BUS 26 Economics of Business 3

BUS 46 Property Management 3

ELECTIVE See Group I 3 - 5

Second Semester

BUS 41 Real Estate Practice 3

BUS 42 Real Estate Finance 3

BUS 43 Legal Aspects of Real Estate 3

ELECTIVE See Group I 3 - 4

Group I (Electives)
(6 units required from the list of electives)

Units

BUS 1A Principles of Accounting 5

OR

BUS 3 Financial Accounting 3

OR

BUS 10A Bookkeeping 3

BUS/C S 14 Microcomputers and Small Business Systems 3

OR

CS 20 Microsoft Word, Excel & Access 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 22 Professional Selling 3

BUS 23 Advertising 3

BUS 44 Real Estate Appraisal 3

BUS 82A,B Business Mathematics 3,3

CONST 54 Estimating & Specifications 3

NOTE: A course similar to BUS 40, Real Estate Principles, must be completed before qualifying to take the State examination for the sales license. Two additional courses must be completed within 18 months to retain the license. An applicant for broker licenses must have completed additional courses in addition to experience and other requirements. For additional information contact the State Department of Real Estate.

RECREATION ASSISTANT

Physical Education, Recreation & Athletics Division

Upon successful completion of the Recreation Assistant Certificate, the student demonstrates skills, knowledge, and training for entry level positions as recreation leaders, recreation assistants, recreation coordinators, and senior recreation leaders. The student demonstrates his or her ability to supervise aquatic activities, officiate games, to plan both adult and youth recreational activities or to transfer to a bachelor's degree program in recreation.

Total Units Required 27- 27.5
Recommended Sequence:
First Semester Units

GUID 10 Orientation to College and

Educational Planning 1

P E 46 Recreation Leadership 3

H ED 28 Community Health 2

ELECTIVE Physical Education Activity Course 2

Second Semester

H ED 30 Community First-Aid and Safety 2

P E 43 Rules & Officiating 2

ELECTIVE Physical Education Activity Course 2

Third Semester

P E 1A Beginning Swimming 1-1.5

P E 49 Psychology of Sports 3

ELECTIVE Physical Education Activity Course 2

Fourth Semester

H ED 1 Health Education 3

P E 2 Lifeguard Training 2

ELECTIVE Physical Education Activity Course 2

REFRIGERATION

Applied Science & Technology Division

Upon successful completion of the Refrigeration Certificate, the student demonstrates skills, knowledge, and training for employment in the refrigeration industry. The student demonstrates his or her ability to work in maintenance departments, cold storage facilities, school districts, and for private contractors. The student demonstrates sufficient experience to recover, evacuate and charge simple refrigeration systems and pass an EPA test to work in the refrigeration industry.

Total Units Required 34
Recommended Sequence:
First Semester Units

MECH 30A Refrigeration and Air Conditioning 3

MECH 31A Basic Air Conditioning: Components 6

ELEC 30 Fundamentals of Electricity 5

Second Semester

MECH 30B Intermediate Refrigeration 3

MECH 31B Basic Air Conditioning: Troubleshooting 6

MECH 32A Air Conditioning Control Circuit Analysis 3

Third Semester

MECH 32B Refrigeration Control Circuit Analysis 3

MECH 60 Metal Trade Layout and Forming 5

RETAIL MANAGEMENT

Business Division

Upon successful completion of the Retail Management Certificate program, the student demonstrates skills, knowledge, and training for positions such as, first-line supervisors and managers in retail businesses. The student demonstrates his or her knowledge in the fundamentals of how to plan and direct the work of the organization, set policy, establish channels of communication, and evaluate the work that is done (in stores that specialize in selling a specific line of merchandise). The student demonstrates his or her ability to foster positive relationships, increase job satisfaction and ensure that customer or client needs are met; define company goals; apply relevant federal and state laws and union contracts; recognize and evaluate industry trends; plan advertising campaigns and sales promotions; hire and train personnel; control inventories; draft budgets; and recommend, establish, or implement store procedures and policies.

Total Units Required 32
Recommended Sequence:
First Semester Units

BUS 1A Principles of Accounting 5

BUS/CS 14 Microcomputers and

Small Business Systems 3

OR

C S 20 Microsoft Word, Excel, and Access 3

BUS 82 A,B Business Mathematics 3,3

BUS 30 Supervision and Human Relations 3

Second Semester

BUS 17A Beginning Business Communication 3

OR

BUS 17B Advanced Business Communication 3

BUS 31 Introduction to Management 3

BUS 6/COM ST 6 Business and Professional Speaking 3

BUS 24 Retail Management 3

Third Semester

BUS 36 Human Resources Management 3

RISK MANAGEMENT & INSURANCE

Business Division

Upon successful completion of the Risk Management and Insurance Certificate, the student demonstrates skills, knowledge, and training for entry-level positions such as insurance adjusters, examiners and investigators. The student demonstrates his or her ability to gather factual information, evaluate the facts, and write up and/or negotiate settlements regarding the financial loss from injury, illness, death, property damage, or liability for harm or loss to other people.

Total Units Required 36-39
Recommended Sequence:
First Semester Units

BUS 1A Principles of Accounting 5

BUS 20 Introduction to Business 3

BUS 74 Introduction to Risk Management

and Insurance 3

BUS/CS 14 Microcomputers and Small Business Systems 3

OR

C S 20 Microsoft Word, Excel, and Access 3

Second Semester

BUS 27 Financial Planning and Investments 3

BUS 67 Introduction to Personal Finance 3

BUS 17A Beginning Business Communication 3

OR

ENG 79 Preparatory English 5

OR

ENG 1A Written Communications 3

BUS 82B Business Mathematics 3

ELECTIVES See Group I Below 3

Third Semester

ELECTIVES See Group I Below 6

BUS 69V Internship: Business and Accounting 1

Group I (Electives)
(minimum of 9 units from the following)

BUS 9 Ethical Issues in Business 3

BUS 8 Introduction to the American Legal System 3

OR

BUS 18A Business Law 3

OR

BUS 19 Legal Environment of Business 3

BUS 11 Income Tax Procedures 3

BUS 21 Marketing 3

OR

BUS 22 Professional Selling 3

BIM 95E Telephone Techniques . 5

BUS 94F Customer Service Strategies 1

COM ST 1A Fundamentals of Speech 3

OR

COM ST 7 Intercultural Communication 3

MATH 10 Introduction to Contemporary Mathematics 3

OR

MATH 12 Introduction to Probability and Statistics 4


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