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AS Degree - Major in CATERPILLAR DEALER SERVICE TECHNICIAN Apprenticeship

Applied Science & Technology

Upon successful completion of the Caterpillar Dealer Service Technician AS Degree Apprenticeship program, the apprentice will be prepared for completion of the related and supplemental instruction component of the State approved San Joaquin Valley Automotive Technician Apprenticeship Program. The apprentice is awarded a Journey Level Certificate from the State Division of Apprenticeship Standards upon completion of 7600 hours of On-The-Job training and satisfactory employer reports. The apprentices are qualified to perform service, maintenance, repairs and troubleshooting of diesel engines, transmissions, drive trains, transaxles, brakes, suspensions, steering systems, charging systems, electrical systems, electronic engine controls, fuel management controls, computer control systems and air conditioning systems on Caterpillar tractors and heavy equipment.

Total Units Required 78
Recommended Sequence:

First Semester (Fall) Units

CAT 80 Caterpillar Service Industry 3

CAT 81 Caterpillar Engine Fundamentals 4

AGEGR 21 Agricultural Welding 2

GE CHOICE Learning Skills, Group B Course 3

CAT 69V Internship: Heavy Equipment- Caterpillar 4

Second Semester (Spring)

CAT 82 Fundamentals of Hydraulics 3

CAT 83 Caterpillar Engine Fuel Systems 3

CAT 84 Fundamentals of Electrical Systems 3

GE CHOICE Learning Skills, Group A Course 3

CAT 69V Internship: Heavy Equipment- Caterpillar 4

Third Semester (Summer)

CAT 85 Caterpillar Air Conditioning 2

CAT 86 Fundamentals of Caterpillar Power Trains 3

CAT 87 Caterpillar Machine Hydraulic Systems 3

Fourth Semester (Fall)

CAT 69V Internship: Heavy Equipment- Caterpillar 4

CAT 90 Caterpillar Undercarriage and Final Drive 3

CAT 91 Caterpillar Machine Electronic Systems 3

GE CHOICE Learning Skills, Group C Course 3

GE CHOICE Natural Sciences Course 3

Fifth Semester (Spring)

CAT 69V Internship: Heavy Equipment- Caterpillar 4

CAT 92 Caterpillar Engine Performance 2

CAT 93 Caterpillar Diagnostic Testing 2

CAT 94 Caterpillar Machine Specific Systems 2

GE CHOICE Social Science, Group A Course 3

GE CHOICE Social Science, Group B Course 3

Sixth Semester (Summer)

GE CHOICE Humanities Course 3

GE CHOICE Contemporary Perspectives Course 3

AS Degree - Major in COMPUTER SCIENCE

Business Division

Upon successful completion of the Associate in Science Degree, the student demonstrates the skills and training for employment and/or transfer to a four-year college or university.

Total Units Required: 60-61

Recommended Sequence:

First Semester Units

C S 11 Fundamentals of Computer Science 3

C S 17 Computer Logic 3

GE CHOICE* Learning Skills, Group A, Course 3

GE CHOICE* Social Science, Group A, Course 3

ELECTIVE** Course of Choice 3

Second Semester

C S 20 Microsoft Word, Excel, & Access 3

C S 54 Fundamentals of Data Communications 3

GE CHOICE * Learning Skills, Group B, Course 3

GE CHOICE * Social Science, Group B, Course 3

ELECTIVE** Course of Choice 3

Third Semester

C S 24A Beginning COBOL Programming 3

OR

C S 28 Visual BASIC Programming 4

OR

C S 31A "C" Programming 3

GE CHOICE * Learning Skills, Group C, Course 3

GE CHOICE * Natural Science Course 3

ELECTIVE** Course of Choice 3

ELECTIVE** Course of Choice 3

Fourth Semester

C S 24B Advanced COBOL Programming 3

OR

C S 28 Visual BASIC Programming 4

OR

C S 31B C++ Programming 3

GE CHOICE * Humanities Course 3

GE CHOICE * Contemporary Perspectives Course 3

ELECTIVE** Course of Choice 3

ELECTIVE** Course of Choice 3

*ELECTIVE

Courses must be selected from the appropriate area of the

General Education requirements for the Associate degree.

**ELECTIVE

Any courses that are Associate degree applicable.

AS Degree - Major in 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: 61.5
Recommended Sequence:

First Semester Units

MATH 82 Intermediate Algebra 3

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

BIOL 11 Human Biology 4

COMM 3 Communication Disorders:

Therapy Analysis & Field Practice 4

FCS 34 Children with Special Needs 3

PE 9A Beginning Individual Conditioning 1.5-2

COM ST 3 Interpersonal Communication 3

Third Semester Units

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 Communication 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

NOTE:

Please refer to Special Admission Requirement information.

AS Degree - Major in CORRECTIONAL SCIENCE

Applied Science & Technology Division

Upon successful completion of the Associate in Science Degree in Correctional Science, the student demonstrates fulfillment of the lower-division requirements for any accredited baccalaureate institution; preparation for participation in the Basic Corrections Peace Officer Academy; or a job in corrections.

Total Units Required: 60-61

Recommended Sequence:

First Semester Units

A J 31 Report Preparation 3

A J 51 Introduction to Correctional Science 3

ENG 1A Written Communications 3

SOCIO 1A Introduction to Sociology 3

ELECTIVE Elective Course 3

Second Semester

A J 55 Control and Supervision in Corrections 3

A J 57 Legal Aspects of Corrections 3

POLSC 1 American Government & Institutions 3

OR

HIST 17A History of The United States 3

OR

HIST 17B History of The United States 3

COM ST 1A Fundamentals of Speech 3

ELECTIVE Elective Course 3

Third Semester

A J 22 Concepts of Criminal Law 3

A J 53 Correctional Interviewing and Interventions 3

MATH 82 Intermediate Algebra 4

C S 11 Fundamentals of Computer Science 3

ELECTIVE Elective Course 2

Fourth Semester

A J 28 Juvenile Law and Procedures 3

OR

A J 54 Introduction to Probation and Parole 3

A J 41 Narcotics Investigation and Control 3

GE CHOICE* Humanities Course 3

GE CHOICE** Natural Science Course 3-4

ELECTIVE Elective Course 3

*A course selected from the Humanities area of the General Education requirements for the Associate degree.

**A course selected from the Natural Science area of the General Education requirements for the Associate degree.

AS Degree - Major in CULINARY ARTS

Family, Consumer & Health Sciences Division

Upon successful completion of the degree, the student demonstrates the skills, training, and knowledge to transfer to a four-year hospitality program or industry employment, where the degree would enable quick upward mobility to the sous-chef position.

Total Units Required: 64

Recommended Sequence:

First Semester Units

CUL ART 1 Introduction to the Hospitality Industry 2

CUL ART 3 Sanitation and Safety 2

CUL ART 4 Food & Beverage Cost Technologies 2

CUL ART 5 Commercial Food Preparation 4

GE CHOICE* General Education Course 3

Second Semester

CUL ART 7 Baking 3

CUL ART 9 Restaurant Operations 9

CUL ART 11 Menu Planning 1.5

CUL ART 13 Purchasing and Receiving 1.5

FCS 6 Nutrition 3

Third Semester

CUL ART 19 Kitchen Management 9

CUL ART 25 Food Service Management 2

CUL ART 27 Garde Manger 1.5

CUL ART 29 Beverage Management 1.5

FCS 93V Work Experience: Family &

Consumer Studies 1

GE CHOICE* General Education Course 3

Fourth Semester

ELECTIVES* General Education Courses 16

*Courses that fulfill the General Education requirements for the Associate degree in the following categories:

Social Sciences

Humanities

Learning Skills

Contemporary Perspectives


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