San Joaquin Delta College




Cert_R
TOCPREVNEXT

For Help: help@deltacollege.edu

Cert_R


Radio and Television

RTV 1 Introduction to Broadcasting Units 2
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to examine the nature and development of radio and television with special emphasis on the persuasive powers of broadcast media in shaping American culture. The processes of broadcast communication's role in society are investigated along with the impact of the media on economic issues. (CSU)

RTV 5 Selected Topics: Radio/Television Units 0.5-2
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to enable the College to offer instruction in one of the specialized areas of radio/television not already covered by the existing curriculum. (CSU)

RTV 11 Fundamentals of Radio Production Units 3
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to introduce the fundamentals of radio production and the methods by which radio productions are developed. The student learns to apply tools and techniques employed to create broadcast-quality programming. (CSU)

RTV 12 Techniques of Radio Production Units 3
Prerequisites: RTV 11 with a grade of "C" or better.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to develop skills in radio produciton including digital production, audio console operation, use of tape recorders and microphones, tape editing, program formats, and announcing. (CSU)

RTV 13 Radio Production Workshop Units 4
Prerequisites: RTV 71 and RTV 12, each with a grade of "C" or better.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to provide opportunity for the student's development in all aspects of radio station on-air operations. The course includes development of operational activities, including live broadcasting, music, public service, and community service broadcasting. (CSU)

RTV 21 Fundamentals of Television
Production Units 3
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to introduce the fundamentals of television production and the methods by which television productions are developed. The student learns to apply tools and techniques employed to create broadcast-quality programming. (CSU)

RTV 22 Techniques of Television Production Units 3
Prerequisites: RTV 21 with a grade of "C" or better.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to develop skills in television production, including audio and video, and use of microphones, audio recorders, cameras, lenses, switchign, and lighting equipment. (CSU)

RTV 23 Television Production Workshop Units 4
Prerequisites: RTV 71 and RTV 22, each with a grade of "C" or better.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to provide student development in all aspects of television production. The course includes development of operational activities as well as public service and community service broadcasting. (CSU)

RTV 50H Special Studies: Radio/Television Units 1-2
Prerequisites: RTV 1, with a grade of "B" or better; presentation of a project acceptable to the instructor and the division chairperson.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to allow a qualified student to do advanced work in the field of radio/television. The course includes research, directed reading, field work, or other advanced study. This course may be repeated for a maximum of 4 units. (CSU)

RTV 71 Broadcast Announcing Units 2
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to introduce the practical skills and techniques employed by the professional broadcast announcer. Topics include on-air personality, vocal control, pronunciation, and related skills for radio and television.

RTV 80 Selected Topics: Radio/Television Units 0.5-3
Prerequisites: None; exempt from assessment testing.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to offer instruction in one or more of the specialized areas of radio/television not already covered by the existing curriculum. Units in this course do not count toward an associate degree.

Radiologic Technology

RAD 10 Introduction to Radiography Units 3.5
Prerequisites: BIOL 31 and BIOL 32, or BIOL 33; and H S 36 with a grade of "C" or better and concurrent enrollment in RAD 10A.
Limitations on Enrollment: Admission to the Radiologic Technology Program.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to provide an overview of the field of Radiologic Technology. Emphasis is placed on methods of promoting optimal patient care and the importance of developing a professional and caring attitude. Ethics and professional organizations are covered. Factors required for X-ray production are discussed including detailed instruction of the beneficial and destructive potentials of ionizing radiation. Safe radiation protection procedures for self, patients, and hospital personnel are discussed. The course includes body mechanics, infection control, and fundamentals of venipuncture and medical computer systems. (CSU)

RAD 10A Beginning Clinical Laboratory Units 3
Prerequisites: None. Corerequisites: Concurrent enrollment in RAD 10.
Limitations on Enrollment: Admission to the Radiologic Technology Program due to contractual agreement with hospital.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to provide an introduction to clinical radiographic training. The course includes practical training in the functions of the darkroom, office, computer systems, file rooms, and training involving patient transportation. An introduction to x-ray equipment and technical factor selection is included, as well as lab practice in venipuncture. (CSU)

RAD 10B Intermediate Clinical Laboratory Units 6
Prerequisites: RAD 10A with a grade of "C" or better.
Limitations on Enrollment: Admission to the Radiologic Technology Program due to contractural agreement with hospital.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to provide clinical radiographic training. The course includes examinations of the chest, extremities, shoulder and pelvic girdles and abdomen all done under direct supervision. Technical factor selection and equipment manipulatoin are included. Portable and operating room radiography are also included in this course. (CSU)

RAD 11 Radiographic Positioning and
Terminology Units 6
Prerequisites: RAD 10 with a grade of "C" or better and concurrent enrollment in RAD 12 and RAD 13.
Limitations on Enrollment: Admission to the Radiologic Technology Program due to contractual agreement with hospital.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to introduce positioning techniques, medical terminology, and anatomy as they relate to the chest, abdomen, extremities, shoulder and pelvic girdles, spinal column, and alimentary system. Portable and operating room procedures, proper equipment selection, immobilization, and radiation protection procedures are stressed. Identification of anatomical structures is supported through film critique sessions of radiographs. (CSU)

RAD 12 Radiographic Anatomy Units 2
Prerequisites: RAD 10 with a grade of "C" or better and concurrent enrollment in RAD 11 and RAD 13.
Limitations on Enrollment: Admission to the Radiologic Technology Program due to contractual agreement with hospital.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to introduce anatomical terminology; cell division; structure of skin, bones and joints; as well as structure of the extremities, vertebral column, and thorax. Radiographic imaging methods of these structures are presented, as well as common pathological conditions identified in radiography. (CSU)

RAD 13 Principles of Radiographic Technique Units 4
Prerequisites: RAD 10 with a grade of "C" or better and concurrent enrollment in RAD 11 and RAD 12.
Limitations on Enrollment: Admission to the Radiologic Technology Program due to contractual agreement with hospital.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to introduce the student to the principles involved in producing a diagnostic radiograph. The course includes detailed instruction in radiographic film, equipment, and accessories utilized in image production. The primary factors of kilovoltage (KV), milliamperage (MA), time, and distance are explained. Practical application of exposure calculations is performed. Also included is: discussion of the sensitometric properties of x-ray film; quality control, patient characteristics; pathological conditions relative to technique selection; the principles and designs of radiographic technique charts; and fundamental principles of digital radiography and fluoroscopy. (CSU)

RAD 14 Darkroom Chemistry and Processing Units 1
Prerequisites: RAD 13 with a grade of "C" or better.
Limitations on Enrollment: Admission to the Radiologic Technology Program due to contractual agreement with hospital.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to acquaint the student with: the principles associated with processing room design and function; film storage and handling, manual and automatic processing chemicals and techniques; automatic processor systems and functions; latent image formation; identification and causes of film artifacts, and silver recovery/fixer recycling systems. Also included are quality control and repeat analysis. (CSU)

RAD 20 Advanced Radiographic
Positioning and Terminology Units 4
Prerequisites: RAD 11 with a grade of "C" or better or concurrent enrollment in RAD 20A, RAD 21, and RAD 22.
Limitations on Enrollment: Admission to the Radiologic Technology Program due to contractual agreement with hospital.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to introduce positioning techniques, medical terminology, related anatomy, and preparation for specialized procedures including radoigraphy: the bony thorax, skull, facial bones, sinuses, mastoids, urinary and biliary systems, circulatory systems, female reproductive system, sialography, tomography, pediatric radiography, and arthrography. Proper equipment selection, immobilization, and radiation protection procedures are stressed. Proper demonstration and identification of required anatomical structures are supported through film critique sessions of radiographs. An introduction to Computed Tomography (CT) and Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) is included. (CSU)

RAD 20A Advanced Clinical Laboratory Units 8
Prerequisites: RAD 10B with a grade of "C" or better or concurrent enrollment in RAD 20, RAD 21, and RAD 22.
Limitations on Enrollment: Admission to the Radiologic Technology Program due to contractual agreement with hospital.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to emphasize positioning techniques and technical factor calculation. An introduction to positioning of the skull, facial bones, mastoids, and the thorax is included. The student participates in specialized radiographic procedures including myelography, sialography, hysterography, arthrography, arteriography, and other specialized procedures requiring sterile and aseptic techniques. (CSU)

RAD 21 Advanced Radiographic Anatomy Units 2
Prerequisites: RAD 12 with a grade of "C" or better or concurrent enrollment in RAD 20, RAD 20A, and RAD 22.
Limitations on Enrollment: Admission to the Radiologic Technology Program due to contractual agreement with hospital.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to introduce the student to complex systems of the body. The course includes the structures of the various parts of each specialized system. The systems involved are the muscular, circulatory, digestive, genitourinary, nervous, endocrine, and others. Radiographic application of these systems is presented as well as common anomalies and pathologies related to these systems as indicated by radiographic examination. Detailed study of the skull and facial bones is included. (CSU)

RAD 22 Fundamentals of X-Ray and
Radium Physics Units 4
Prerequisites: Concurrent enrollment in RAD 20, RAD 20A, and RAD 21.
Limitations on Enrollment: Admission to the Radiologic Technology Program due to contractual agreement with hospital.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to introduce the structure of the atom, concepts of mechanics, electromagnetic radiation, electromagnetism, electrodynamics, electrostatics, electric generators and motors. The production and control of high voltage rectifiers, and the components and principles of operation of the x-ray circuit are also included. Properties of x-rays, x-ray production, and x-ray interaction with matter are detailed. Performing calculations utilizing the English and metric systems are covered. (CSU)

RAD 23 Positioning and Technical
Laboratory Units 0.5
Prerequisites: RAD 13 with a grade of "C" or better.
Limitations on Enrollment: Admission to the Radiologic Technology Program due to contractual agreement with hospital.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to introduce the practical application of technical exposure calculations, accessory equipment, positioning techniques, and radiation protection procedures. (CSU)

RAD 30 Intermediate Positioning and
Technical Laboratory Units 0.5
Prerequisites: RAD 23 with a grade of "C" or better.
Limitations on Enrollment: Admission to the Radiologic Technology Program due to contractual agreement with hospital.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to explore the practical application of technical exposure calculations, accessory equipment, positioning techniques, and radiation protection at the intermediate level. The student learns how to identify and obtain radiographs of optimal quality. (CSU)

RAD 30A Senior Clinical Laboratory Units 5
Prerequisites: RAD 20A with a grade of "C" or better.
Limitations on Enrollment: Admission to the Radiologic Technology Program due to contractual agreement with hospital.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to provide clinical training in radiographic procedures under direct or general supervision. The course includes rotation through surgery magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), ultrasound, mammography, computed tomography (CT), nuclear medicine, special procedures, radiation therapy, and general radiography. (CSU)

RAD 30B Advanced Senior Clinical
Laboratory Units 10
Prerequisites: RAD 30A with a grade of "C" or better.
Limitations on Enrollment: Admission to the Radiologic Technology Program due to contractual agreement with hospital.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to provide advanced clinical training in radiographic procedures. The student obtains experience in a surgical setting with axial tomography, ultrasound, mammography, computed tomography (CT), nuclear medicine, special procedures, radiation therapy, and general radiography. (CSU)

RAD 31 Advanced Positioning and
Technical Laboratory Units 1
Prerequisites: RAD 30 with a grade of "C" or better.
Limitations on Enrollment: Admission to the Radiologic Technology Program due to contractual agreement with hospital.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to introduce the application of test tools used for quality control in routine radiography, fluoroscopy, and for determining radiation exposure doses. Emphasis is placed on the utilization of techniques which limit radiation dosage to the patient. (CSU)

RAD 32 Sectional Anatomy Units 2
Prerequisites: RAD 21 with a grade of "C" or better.
Limitations on Enrollment: Admission to the Radiologic Technology Program due to contractual agreement with hospital.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to provide student with an understanding of anatomy in three dimensions. Transverse, sagittal, and coronal sections of anatomy are discussed, along with dimensional relationships. Utilizing examination examples of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), computed tomography (CT), and ultrasound, each region of the body is studied. The student gains an understanding of disease process and abnormal pathology as presented in three dimensions. (CSU)

RAD 40 Senior Review, Adv. Radiation
Protection, & Fluoroscopic Systems Units 6
Prerequisites: RAD 10 with a grade of "C" or better.
Limitations on Enrollment: Admission to the Radiologic Technology Program due to contractual agreement with hospital.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed for advanced student qualifying for graduation from a 24-month program. The course includes formal instruction in radiation protection, specifically California Code of Regulations Title 17, Public Health, and the standards of the National Council on Radiation protection (NCRP). In preparation for the state and national examinations, a comprehensive review of materials covered throughout the two-year period is included with additional information on imaging equipment and innovative technology. (CSU)

RAD 40A Radiographic Laboratory Units 9
Prerequisites: RAD 30B with a grade of "C" or better.
Limitations on Enrollment: Admission to the Radiologic Technology Program due to contractual agreement with hospital.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to continue the practical training in radiographic procedures under general supervision with emphasis on perfecting all radiologic examination techniques. Further exposure to angiographic procedures and specialized fluoroscopic examinations is included as well as rotations through computed tomography (CT), ultrasound, nuclear medicine, and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). (CSU)

RAD 41 Radiographic Pathology and
Film Critique Units 3
Prerequisites: RAD 32 with a grade of "C" or better.
Limitations on Enrollment: Admission to the Radiologic Technology Program due to contractual agreement with hospital.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to provide an overview of human pathologies. The student identifies changes that occur with disease and injury and their applicatoin to radiologic Technology. The student gains an understanding of these disease processes in order to handle seriously ill or injured patients by selecting positions and technical factors which produce quality diagnostic radiographs. (CSU)

Reading

READING 69V Internship: Reading Units 1-8
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: The student must enroll in a course that is directly related to the reading internship. The student must enroll in a minimum of 7 units during the fall or spring semesters including internship units. For summer session, the student must enroll in one related course in addition to internship. The combined total number of units a student may take in internship, work experience, and occupational practice may not exceed a maximum of 16 units. Participation requires submission and approval of internship program objectives and an employer internship agreement.
Advisories: GUID 30, 31, 32, 33.

This course is designed for the student participating in an occupational internship in reading. Application of discipline-related skills and knowledge of tutoring basic skills and thinking skills Secretaries Commission on Achieving Necessary Skills (SCANS) competencies is emphasized. Each student is engaged in a specific research project or on-the-job learning activities under the supervision of a worksite supervisor and a college internship instructor. (CSU)

READING 74I Conversations about Literature
for Non-Native Speakers Units 1
Prerequisites: Reading level II or concurrent enrollment in READ 90A-F or 98G-M.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed for non-native speakers who want practice in using American expressions. The student learns to use and understand idiomatic expressions through literature discussion groups.

READING 74J Reading and Writing Techniques for
The Information Age Units 1
Prerequisites: Reading level II or concurrent enrollment in READ 90A-F or 98G-M.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed as an introduction to information age literacy. The student learns the basic reading, writing, and computer skills necessary for communicating in the information age.

READING 90 Introduction to Reading and
Writing Skills Units 4
Prerequisites: Concurrent enrollment in READING 98.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to improve reading through intensive work in word attack, comprehension, vocabulary, and study skills. This course meets the Level I reading requirement and may be repeated three times. Units earned in this course do not count toward an associate degree.

READING 90A Introduction to Reading and
Language Skills Units 3-4
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is the first course of a program designed to improve reading through the study of phonetic analysis, basic sight words, spelling, vocabulary development, and basic comprehension. The course meets the level I reading requirement. Units earned in this course do not count toward an associate degree.

READING 90B Introduction to Reading
and Language Skills Units 3-4
Prerequisites: READING 90A.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is the second course of a program designed to improve reading through the study of phonetic analysis, basic sight words, spelling, vocabulary development, and basic comprehension. The course meets the level I reading requirement. Units earned in this course do not count toward the associate degree.

READING 90C Beginning Reading and
Language Skills Units 3-4
Prerequisites: READING 90B.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is the third course of a program designed to improve reading through the study of structural analysis, word recognition, vocabulary development, spelling, and comprehension. The course meets the level I reading requirement. Units earned in this course do not count toward the associate degree.

READING 91A Reading in Literature Units 4
Prerequisites: None.
Limitation on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to improve reading comprehension while building background knowledge in the subject area of literature. The student learns to use comprehension techniques and becomes acquainted with the basic concepts and vocabulary needed for an introductory course in literature. Successful completion of four of the six READING 91 (A-F) courses is equivalent to Reading level II. Units earned in this course do not count toward the associate degree.

READING 91B Reading in Health Science Units 4
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to improve reading comprehension while building background knowledge in the subject area of health science. The student learns to use comprehension techniques and becomes acquainted with the basic concepts and vocabulary needed for an introductory course in health science. Successful completion of four of the six READING 91 (A-F) courses is equivalent to Reading level II. Units earned in this course do not count toward the associate degree.

READING 91C Reading in Science Units 4
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to improve reading comprehension while building background knowledge in the subject area of science. The student learns to use comprehension techniques and becomes acquainted with the basic concepts and vocabulary needed for an introductory course in physical science. Successful completion of four of the six READING 91 (A-F) courses is equivalent to Reading level II. Units earned in this course do not count toward the associate degree.

READING 91D Reading in World Geography and
Culture Units 4
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to improve reading comprehension while building background knowledge in the subject area of world geography and culture. The student learns to use comprehension techniques and becomes acquainted with the basic concepts and vocabulary needed for an introductory course in world geography and culture. Successful completion of four of the six READING 91 (A-F) courses is equivalent to Reading level II. Units earned in this course do not count toward the associate degree.

READING 91E Reading in History Units 4
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to improve reading comprehension while building background knowledge in the subject area of history. The student learns to use comprehension techniques and becomes acquainted with the basic concepts and vocabulary needed for an introductory course in history. Successful completion of four of the six READING 91 (A-F) courses is equivalent to Reading level II. Units earned in this course do not count toward the associate degree.

READING 91F Reading in Children's
Literature Units 4
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to improve reading comprehension while building knowledge of the literature written for children. The student learns to use comprehension techniques and becomes acquainted with avaried forms of literature written for children. Successful completion of four of the six READING 91 (A-F) courses is equivalent to Reading level II. Units earned in this course do not count toward an associate degree.

READING 92 Reading and Writing for Personal
Growth and Career Success Units 6
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to introduce the student to the reading and writing techniques needed for success in the work world. The student learns techniques for comprehending textbooks and other reading material, studying vocabulary specific to a field of study, and writing paragraphs and reports. Units earned in this course do not count toward an associate degree.

READING 95 Reading and Writing
Techniques Units 4
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to provide practice in academic reading and writing techniques. The student learns techniques for comprehending textbooks and other college level reading material, writing summaries and responses, writing an essay, and learning vocabulary specific to a field of study.

READING 97A Textbook Reading and Study
Strategies Units 1
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to assist the student in applying reading and study strategies to a textbook from another course. Units earned in this course do not count toward an associate degree.

READING 97B College Research Strategies Units 1
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed as an authentic experience in college level research. Through a study of the life of a famous person, the student learns the notetaking, research, and presentation skills needed for college courses. Units earned in this course do not count toward an associate degree.

READING 97C The Research Paper Units 1
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed for the student who needs assistance in applying reading and writing research techniques to an assigned research paper from another course. Units earned in this course do not count toward an associate degree.

READING 97D Summary Writing Units 1
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to offer techniques and practice in writing summaries of articles from journals and other publications. Units earned in this course do not count toward an associate degree.

READING 97E Vocabulary Enrichment Units 1
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed for the student who wishes to enrich his/her vocabulary for career and academic purposes. A variety of strategies are taught to enhance the student's ability to understand and retain new vocabulary words. Units earned in this course do not count toward an associate degree.

READING 97F Basic Grammar for Writing and
Speaking Units 1
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to offer practice in the basic conventions of grammar within the context of reading and writing assignments. Units earned in this course do not count toward an associate degree.

READING 97G Spelling Units 1
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to help the student improve spelling skills by using sight words he/she already recognizes to spell polysyllabic words. Units earned in this course do not count toward an associate degree.

READING 97H Reading Literature Units 1
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed for the student who wishes to expand his/her understanding of literature through group discussions. The student reads, discusses, and analyzes a broad range of literature in preparation for literature courses. Units earned in this course do not count toward an associate degree.

READING 97I Conversations and Idioms for
Non-Native Speakers Units 1
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed for the non-native speaker who wants practice in using American expressions. The student learns to use and understand idiomatic expressions through literature and discussion groups. Units earned in this course do not count toward an associate degree.

READING 98 Individualized Reading
Skills Units 0.5-2
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to provide individualized, self-paced, and/or small group instruction in reading and learning skills ranging from word attack skills through critical reading. The course meets the level I reading requirement. Units earned in this coure do not count toward an associate degree.

Religion

RELGN 14A Great Religions of the
Eastern World Units 3
Prerequisites: Reading level II.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is a survey of the historical development and essential beliefs of the major religions of the Eastern world. Primary emphasis is on the major phases of development and comparative insights among the great religions of the world. Course work consists of readings, lectures, and discussions in Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism, Confucianism, and Taoism. (UC, CSU)

RELGN 14B Great Religions of the
Western World Units 3
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is a survey of the historical development and essential beliefs of the major religions of the Western world. Primary emphasis is on the major phases of development and comparative insights among the great religions of the world. Course work consists of readings, lectures, and discussions in the areas of ancient religious beliefs, Mesopotamian religions, Graeco-Roman religions, Teutonic religion, Zoroastrianism, Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. (UC, CSU)

RELGN 75 Selected Topics: Religion Units 0.5-3
Prerequisites: None; exempt from assessment testing.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to offer instruction in one or more of the specialized areas of religion not covered by the existing curriculum. Units in this course do not cound toward an associate degree.

Russian

RUSS 38A Special Assignment: Listening Units 2
Prerequisites: Concurrent enrollment in or completion of RUSS 1 or RUSS 51.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is a skill-building course with an emphasis on listening. The course is designed to meet the special need of the student. The course is offered for individual or group study. (CSU)

RUSS 38B Special Assignment:
Pronunciation Units 2
Prerequisites: Concurrent enrollment in or completion of RUSS 1 or RUSS 51.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is a skill-building course with an emphasis on pronunciation. The course is designed to meet the special need of the student. The course may be offered for individual or group study. (CSU)

RUSS 38C Special Assignment: Reading Units 2
Prerequisites: Concurrent enrollment in or completion of RUSS 1 or RUSS 51.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is a skill-building course with an emphasis on reading. The course is designed to meet the special need of the student. The course is offered for individual or group study. (CSU)

RUSS 38D Special Assignment: Writing Units 2
Prerequisites: Concurrent enrollment in or completion of RUSS 1 or RUSS 51.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is a skill-building course with an emphasis on writing. The course is designed to meet the special need of the student. The course may be offered for individual or group study. (CSU)

RUSS 51 Elementary Russian Units 2.5
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an introduction to the Russian language and Russian culture. Emphasis is placed on the following skills: listening, speaking, reading, and writing. The combined five units of RUSS 51 and 52 are equivalent to RUSS 1. (UC, CSU)

RUSS 52 Elementary Russian Units 2.5
Prerequisites: Successful completion of RUSS 51.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an introduction to the Russian language and Russian culture. Emphasis is placed on the following skills in the order given: listening, speaking, reading, and writing. The combined five units of RUSS 51 and 52 are equivalent to RUSS 1. (UC, CSU)

RUSS 53 Elementary Russian Units 2.5
Prerequisites: Successful completion of RUSS 1 or 52.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an introduction to the Russian language and Russian culture. Emphasis is placed on the following skills in the order given: listening, speaking, reading, writing. The combined five units of RUSS 53 and 54 are equivalent to RUSS 2. (UC, CSU)

RUSS 54 Elementary Russian Units 2.5
Prerequisites: Successful completion of RUSS 53.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is an introduction to the Russian language and Russian culture. Emphasis is placed on the following skills in the order given: listening, speaking, reading, and writing. The combined five units of RUSS 53 and 54 are equivalent to RUSS 2. (UC, CSU)

RUSS 75 Selected Topics: Russian Units 0.5-3
Prerequisites: None; exempt from assessment testing.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.

This course is designed to offer instruction in one or more of the specialized areas of Russian not covered by the existing curriculum. Units in this course do not count toward an associate degree.


logo
San Joaquin Delta College
http://www.deltacollege.edu
TOCPREVNEXT