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AS Degree - Major in Heavy Equipment Technician


Applied Science & Technology

Upon successful completion of the Heavy Equipment Technician AS Degree, the student demonstrates skills, knowledge, and training for entry-level employment for the following positions: technician for heavy equipment dealerships, technician for heavy equipment repair facilities, technician for agricultural dealerships/repair shops, and technician for industrial engine dealers. The student demonstrates skills to receive state and national certification in two areas: Heavy Duty Diesel Engine Emissions Control by the state of California Air Resource Board (ARB); and Air Conditioning Certification by Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE).

Total Units Required 63.5 - 72.5
Recommended Sequence:
First Semester Units
AGEGR 30C Industrial Equipment: Electrical
and Electronics Systems 5
DIESL 44 Diesel Engine Principles 3
DIESL 45 Diesel Engine Repair 4.5
INDUS 35 Mobile Hydraulics 4

Second Semester
AGEGR 30D Industrial Equipment: Power Trains 5
DIESL 46 Diesel Engine Fuel and Tune-up 3
DIESL 47 Diesel Air Conditioning 2
GE CHOICE Social Science, Group A Course 3
GE CHOICE Learning Skills, Group C Course 3


Third Semester
AGEGR 33 Equipment Maintenance and Operation 2
MECH 10 Basic Welding for the Trades 4
GE CHOICE Contemporary Perspectives Course 3
GE CHOICE Social Science, Group B Course 3
GE CHOICE Learning Skills, Group A Course 3-6

Fourth Semester
AGEGR 66 Compact Diesel Engines 2
DIESL 49 Computer Diagnosis and Troubleshooting 2
INDUS 43 Electrohydraulics 3
GE CHOICE Humanities Course 3-5
GE CHOICE Natural Sciences Course 3-5
GE CHOICE Learning Skills, Group B Course 3-5

A grade of "C" or better is required in each course.
AS Degree - Major in Law Enforcement
Applied Science & Technology Division

Upon successful completion of the Associate Degree in Law Enforcement, the student demonstrates the fulfillment of the lower-division requirements for any accredited baccalaureate institution; preparation for participation in the Basic Peace Officer Academy; and a job in law enforcement.

Total Units Required: 60-68
Recommended Sequence:
First Semester Units
A J 21 Criminal Justice in Society 3
A J 22 Concepts of Criminal Law 3
ENG 1A Written Communications 3
SOCIO 1A Introduction to Sociology 3
ELECTIVE Elective Course 3

Second Semester
A J 23 Principles and Procedures of The Justice System 3
A J 24 Legal Aspects of Evidence 3

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

COM ST 1A Fundamentals of Speech 3

ELECTIVE Elective Course 3

Third Semester
A J 25 Criminal Investigation 3
A J 31 Report Preparation 3
MATH 82 Intermediate Algebra 4
C S 11 Fundamentals of Computer Science 3
ELECTIVE Elective Course 3

Fourth Semester
A J 28 Juvenile Law and Procedures 3
OR
A J 54 Introduction to Probation and Parole 3

A J 40 Community Relations 3
GE CHOICE* Humanities Course 3-5
GE CHOICE** Natural Science Course 3-5
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.

NOTE: A minimum of 60 units is required for the Associate degree. Refer to page 67 for Program Special Admission Requirements.

AS Degree - Major in Network Software
Business Division

Upon successful completion of the Network Software Technician ASDegree program, the student demonstrates the skills, knowledge, and training for employment as an Information Technology Specialist, a Computer Technician, Network Support Technician, Microcomputer Specialist, sales in computer-network-related fields, or for transfer to a four-year computer program. Individuals who complete this program demonstrate the skills necessary to design and implement network software using MicrosoftÆ Windows 2000 and/or similar operating systems software. Students will also demonstrate skills in improving networks through troubleshooting and problem solving techniques, install, administer and maintain networks, and train and support users to maximize the benefits of the use of networks. General education courses in the areas of Learning Skills, Social Science, Natural Science, the Humanities, and Contemporary Perspectives are required.

Total Units Required 60.5-69.5
Recommended Sequence:
First Semester Units
CS 11 Fundamentals of Computer Science 3
CS 17 Computer Logic 3
CS 23 HTML for Web Publishing 2.5
GE CHOICE Learning Skills, Group A Course 3-6
GE CHOICE Social Science, Group A Course 3

Second Semester
CS 14B Microcomputer Evaluation and Installation 3
CS 42 UNIX 3
CS 58A Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional 3

CS 54 Fundamentals of Data Communications 3
OR
CS 56 Networking Essentials 3

GE CHOICE Learning Skills, Group B Course/Group I 3-5

Third Semester
CS 58B Microsoft Windows 2000 Server 3
CS 21A Beginning Javascript Programming 2
GE CHOICE Learning Skills, Group C Course 3
GE CHOICE Social Science, Group B Course/Group II 3
GE CHOICE Natural Science Course/Group III 3-5

Fourth Semester
Two of the following courses:
CS 21B Intermediate Web Script Programming 3
CS 26A Java Programming 3
CS 28 Visual BASIC Programming 4
CS 31A "C" Programming 3
CS 31B C++ Programming 3

AND

ELECTIVES From Group V 3
GE CHOICE Humanities Course 3-5
GE CHOICE Contemporary Perspective/Group IV 3

Group I (Electives) Choose one
Learning Skills Group B General Education Electives

MATH 10 Introduction to Contemporary Mathematics 3
MATH 13 Survey of Calculus 3
MATH 36 Pre-Calculus 5
MATH 87 Technical Mathematics 5

Group II (Electives) Choose one
Social Science Group C General Education Electives
Units
ECON 1A Principles of Economics: Macro 3
SOCSC 30 American Immigrant Experience 3
SOCIO 1A Introduction to Sociology 3
POLSC 10 Introduction to Political Science 3

Group III (Electives) Choose one
Natural Science General Education Electives

CHEM 1A General Chemistry 5
CHEM 3A Introduction to Chemistry 4
PHYSC 1 Introduction to Physics 4
PHSCI 10 Matter and Energy 3

Group IV (Electives) Choose one
Contemporary Perspective General Education Electives

BUS 8 Introduction to the American Legal System 3
BUS 20 Introduction to Business 3
COM ST 7 Intercultural Communication 3
FCS 2 Life Management 3
FCS 3 Home Management and Finance 3
FCS 5 Basic Nutrition 3
FCS 23 Marriage and the Family 3

Group V (Electives) 3 units minimum

CS 70 Introduction to the Internet 1
CS 32 Operating Systems 3
CS 33 System Analysis and Design 3
CS 58C Microsoft Windows 2000 Network
Infrastructure: Implementation and Administration 2
CS 58D Microsoft Windows 2000 Directory Services
Infrastructure: Implementation and Administration 2
CS 42 UNIX 3





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