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Distribution & Transportation Supervisor


Business Division
Upon successful completion of the Transportation and Distribution Supervisor Certificate program, the student demonstrates the skills, knowledge, and training for positions such as traffic coordinator, dispatcher, freight billing clerk, warehouse control clerk, shipping supervisor, telemarketing and freight salesperson; including training in specialized areas of the transportation and distribution industries including the modes, means, regulations, documentation, and rates of the relevant transportation system, transportation of hazardous materials; physical distribution and warehousing; and details relevant to importing and exporting of goods.

Total Units Required 22.5 - 24.5
Recommended Sequence:
First Semester Units
BUS 51 Introduction to Transportation 1.5

C S 11 Fundamentals of Computer Science 3
OR
C S/BUS 14 Microcomputers and Small Business Systems 3
OR
C S 20 Microsoft Word, Excel and Access 3

BUS 10A Bookkeeping 3
OR
BUS 1A Principles of Accounting 5

ELECTIVES See Group II Below 3

Second Semester
OPTION See Group I Below 3
ELECTIVES See Group II Below 3

Third Semester
OPTION See Group I Below 3

Fourth Semester
OPTION See Group I Below 3

Group I (Option)
(Required courses - may be taken in any sequence)
BUS 56 Transportation: Export and Import 3
BUS 57 Physical Distribution and Warehousing 3
BUS 58 Transportation of Hazardous Materials 3

Group II (Electives)
(minimum of 6 units from the following)
BUS 17A Beginning Business Communication 3
BUS 20 Introduction to Business 3
BUS 21 Marketing 3
BUS 30 Supervision and Human Relations 3
BUS 31 Introduction to Management 3
BUS 32 Total Quality Management 3
BUS 82A,B Business Mathematics 3,3
BIM 39 Office Management 3

Early Childhood Education Associate Teacher
Family, Consumer & Health Sciences Division
Upon successful completion of the Early Childhood Education Associate Teacher Certificate, the student demonstrates knowledge, training, and skills to be a teacher in a private childcare center and an assistant teacher in a publicly funded child care center in accordance with the Child Development Permit Matrix issued by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing. Skills demonstrated and practiced by a student include developmentally appropriate lesson planning and implementation for preschool children, conducting of observations, demonstrated use of appropriate guidance techniques, and exhibited understanding of optimal room and yard arrangement.

Total Units Required 12
Recommended Sequence:
First Semester Units
FCS 21 Child Development 3
FCS 26 Child, Family, and Community 3

Second Semester
FCS 31A ECE Theory: Working with Children 3
FCS 32A ECE Practicum 3




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