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					                                     PERALTA COMMUNITY
                                  PERALTA     COMMUNITY               COLLEGE
                                                                     COLLEGE           DISTRICT
                                                                                    DISTRICT




                                 Curriculum & Instruction
                                   Recommendations
                                       March 2009




                                           Educational Services
                                       Office of the Vice Chancellor
                        Presented and Approved at Board Meeting of March 24, 2009




Berkeley City College            College of Alameda                 Laney                Merritt
                        CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION RECOMMENDATIONS
                                          March 2009


                                                         TABLE OF CONTENTS
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College of Alameda.............................................................................................................. 1

Berkeley City College ........................................................................................................... 6

Laney College .................................................................................................................... 13

Merritt College .................................................................................................................... 17
                                PERALTA COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT
                            CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION RECOMMENDATIONS

College: Alameda                                                                          Date Submitted for
                                                                                 CIPD Approval: March 2, 2009
                                          COURSE ADDITIONS
                          DATE SUBMITTED FOR BOARD APPROVAL: March 24, 2009

ADD:                                                      TOP #     JUSTIFICATION:

DENTL 230 Pit and Fissure Sealants
.5 Units, 1hour lecture 3 hours lab (GR)                  1240.10   This course is a certificate course as mandated by
Short Term course                                           (S10)   the Dental Board of California (AB2637) for all state
Prerequisites: DENTL 220A, 220B, 221, 223,                          accredited Registered Dental Assisting programs
224A, 225                                                           (RDA). AB2637 passed on September 28, 2008.
Co-requisites: DENTL 224B, 226, 227, 228A, 228B,                    Evidence of course must be shown on transcript.
229

Legal requirements and scope of practice as related
to Pit and Fissure Sealants: Morphology of the
teeth; l identify indication and contraindications of
Pit and Fissure Sealants; importance of
documentation; infection control, equipment and
armamentarium needed as well as instrument
grasp, fulcrum techniques and application of
materials.

HUMAN 48 AG Popular Culture
3 Units, 3 hours lecture (GR)                             1599.00   There is need for an introductory Humanities course
Study of the meaning and impact of American                (F09)    that teaches students how to: (1) analyze the
popular culture in the twentieth century: the cultural              meaning and impact of popular culture (particularly
evolution of consumerism, amusement, leisure,                       the origin and evolution of consumerism, or the
media, and entertainment industries.                                entertainment industry), (2) critically examine a
                                                                    variety of mediated forms and texts, and (3)
                                                                    synthesize this knowledge to make better choices,
                                                                    and create social change.
                                                                    (NOTE: Stand alone course.)


Informational Item:

ESL 21A WRITING 5                                         4930.83   Accommodate needs of working students by
5 units, 5 hours lecture (GR/CR/NC)                        (F09)    offering schedule flexibility
Advanced level of writing: Focus on reading;                        Increase options for teaching modalities e.g.
developing ideas; writing expository essays.                        transformative learning

To offer the course in the Distance Education Mode.

Informational Item:
                                                                    Accommodate needs of working students by
ESL 21B WRITING 6                                         4930.83   offering schedule flexibility
5 units, 5 hours lecture (GR/CR/NC)                        (F09)    Increase options for teaching modalities e.g.
High advanced level of reading and writing: Focus                   transformative learning
developing critical thinking skills, writing expository
essays, and introduction to writing a research paper.

To offer the course in the Distance Education Mode.




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                                  PERALTA COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT
                              CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION RECOMMENDATIONS

College: Alameda                                                                                 Date Submitted for
                                                                                       CIPD Approval: March 2, 2009
                                      SUBSTANTIVE COURSE CHANGES
                               SUBMITTED FOR BOARD APPROVAL: March 24, 2009

COURSE CHANGE FROM:                                          TO:                        JUSTIFICATION:

LRNRE 263 A-B                              LRNRE 263                                    Change from A-B levels to just one
Vocational Assessment                      Vocational Assessment                        level. Modularize course. Change from
.5-2 units                                 .5-2 units                                   .5-2 hrs/wk lecture to 1-2 hrs/wk
.5-2 hrs/wk lecture                        1-2 hrs/wk lecture                           lectures. Repeatable as per Title 5
Open entry/open exit                       Open entry/open exit                         Section 56029 for DSPS classes.
Not modular                                Modular
Repeatable: 2 times                        Repeatable as per Title 5 Section
                                           56029 for DSPS classes
Description: Part of the Vocational
Living Skills program for adults with      Vocational/Living Skills program for
disabilities. Unit 1 includes vocational   adults with disabilities. Module 1 (.5
interest assessment, reading and math      units) includes vocational interest
assessment, adaptive behavior              assessment, reading and math
assessment, job readiness evaluation,      assessment, job readiness evaluation.
and development of vocational goals        Module 2 (.5 units) includes exploration
and objectives. Unit 2 includes            of a variety of vocational options,
interview techniques, resume writing,      development of vocational goals and
worker rights and responsibilities, and    objectives. Module 3 (.5 units) covers
job search techniques                      an extended exploration of vocational
                                           options and workers’ rights and
                                           responsibilities. Module 4 (.5 units)
                                           covers job-search techniques and
                                           preparation of a related vita and
                                           interview techniques.

                                           LRNRE 267                                    Change units and hours for class.
LRNRE 267                                  Communication Strategies                     Changes reflect current needs of
Communication Strategies                   1-2 units                                    students.
1-8 units                                  1-2 hrs/wk lecture
1-4 hrs lecture                            Open entry open exit
0-12 hrs lab                               Repeatable: As per Title 5 Section
Open entry open exit                       56029 for DSPS classes
Repeatable: 3 times
                                           Vocational/Living Skills for adults with
Description:                               disabilities: Development of appropriate
Part of the Vocational Living Skills       social skills for the workplace; personal
curriculum for adults with disabilities.   social effectiveness (assertiveness) in
Covers the following topics:               vocational and social settings;
development of appropriate social and      appropriate behaviors for cooperative/
behavioral skills; personal social         community building in the workplace,
effectiveness (assertiveness) in           and goal setting/organizational skills.
vocational and social settings; on the
job behavior. Goal setting and
organizational skills.




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                                   PERALTA COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT
                               CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION RECOMMENDATIONS

College: Alameda                                                                                Date Submitted for
                                                                                      CIPD Approval: March 2, 2009
                                       SUBSTANTIVE COURSE CHANGES
                                SUBMITTED FOR BOARD APPROVAL: March 24, 2009

COURSE CHANGE FROM:                                         TO:                        JUSTIFICATION:

LRNRE 269                                 LRNRE 269                                    Change from variable units to 1 unit.
Job Experience                            Job Experience                               Change from semester course to short
1-6 units; 1 hr lecture; 0-15 hrs lab     1 unit                                       term. Delete lab component. Change
Semester length                           Short term course: 18 hours of lecture       from Grade or CR/NC to CR/NC only.
Open entry open exit                      over 2 week period.
CR/NC or Grade                            Open entry open exit                         Changes needed to meet students’
Repeatable: Unlimited                     CR/NC only                                   needs to do job search.
                                          Repeatable as per Title 5 Section
Description: This course is part of the   56029 for DSPS classes.
Vocational Living Skills curriculum for
adults with disabilities. Emphasis of     Vocational Living Skills curriculum for
this class is on job seeking skills and   adults with disabilities. Emphasis of the
job placement.                            class is on job seeking skills and
                                          placement.




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                               PERALTA COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT
                           CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION RECOMMENDATIONS

College: Alameda                                                                        Date Submitted for
                                                                               CIPD Approval: March 2, 2009
                                         PROGRAM CHANGES
                             SUBMITTED FOR BOARD APPROVAL: March 24, 2009

PROGRAM CHANGE FROM:                             UNITS   TO:                                              UNITS
Certificate of Proficiency – Legal Secretarial   (S09)   Certificate of Proficiency – Legal Secretarial
Studies                                                  Studies

BUS 216 Legal Secretarial Studies                3       BUS 216 Legal Secretarial Studies                3
(Family/Corporate/Criminal/Real Estate)                  (Family/Corporate/Criminal/Real Estate)

BUS 217 Legal Secretarial Studies                3       BUS 217 Legal Secretarial Studies                3
(Probate/Personal Injury/Intellectual                    (Probate/Personal Injury/Intellectual
Property/Bankruptcy)                                     Property/Bankruptcy)

BUS 226 Word Processing for Legal                2       BUS 227 Word Processing for Legal
Professionals                                            Professionals

                                                         Or

                                                         CIS 227 Word Processing for Legal
                                                         Professionals                                    3

           Total Required Units:                 8                  Total Required Units:                 9




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                               PERALTA COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT
                           CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION RECOMMENDATIONS

College: Alameda                                                                   Date Submitted for
                                                                          CIPD Approval: March 2, 2009

                                    PROGRAM DEACTIVATIONS
                        DATE SUBMITTED FOR BOARD APPROVAL: March 24, 2009

DEACTIVATE:                                                 JUSTIFICATION:

Certificate of Proficiency – Cisco Networking   (S09)       CIS 43A - Network Architecture I, CIS 43B -
Academy                                                     Network Architecture II, and CIS 43C - Network
                                                            Architecture III have been deactivated. The Cisco
                                                            program will be updated and become a fee-based
                                                            program.




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                                    PERALTA COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT
                                CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION RECOMMENDATIONS

College: Berkeley City College                                                              Date Submitted for
                                                                                  CIPD Approval: March 2, 2009
                                              COURSE ADDITIONS
                              DATE SUBMITTED FOR BOARD APPROVAL: March 24, 2009

ADD:                                                         TOP #   JUSTIFICATION:

ART 201G, Art Destination Studies: Africa                     F’09   The course will serve as an introduction to art
1.0 unit, 1.0 hour lecture                                           history and to other related fields such as
(GR or CR/NC)                                                        comparative religion, ancient history, and
                                                                     archaeology. It will complement offerings in the
Art, architectural, and archaeological heritage of                   travel/tourism program to provide more information
selected geographic areas: Monuments, places of                      on visual and historical resources in selected
worship, painting, sculpture, applied arts, and folk art,            geographical areas. It will serve as an introduction
as well as special collections representing the regional             to several regions and time periods which are
areas of study; impact of geography, natural                         currently not part of the course offerings at this
resources, trade, geo-political and other historical                 college, providing a basic orientation to the regions
factors, religious traditions, and ethnic diversity on the           under study in addition to coverage of current
visual arts within the cultures studied.                             debates and issues related to these areas. It is the
                                                   1001.00           seventh such course in this series.

HLTED 15, Stress: Causes, Symptoms, and                       F’09   Recent studies show that more than half of
Management                                                           Americans are more stressed now than they were
1.0 unit, 1.0 hours lecture                                          six months ago (Atlanta health survey, October,
(GR or CR/NC)                                                        2008). The stress survey, conducted by Booth
Acceptable for credit: CSU                                           Research, focused primarily on Americans’ self-
                                                                     reported sources of stress and methods for coping
Stress: Identifying symptoms and methods for self-                   with stress, as well as the correlation between
management.                                                          stress and physical health. In fact, 85 percent of
                                           0837.00                   respondents reported they believe stress weakens
                                                                     their body’s immune system; women were more
                                                                     likely than men to be aware of that connection.
                                                                     Additionally, among 18 – 24 year olds, 64%
                                                                     responded that they experience daily stress.
                                                                     We would provide an invaluable resource for our
                                                                     students to offer a course which discusses the
                                                                     causes, symptoms, and techniques for managing
                                                                     daily stress.

PERS 48UA-ZZ, Selected Topics in Persian                      F’09   Selected topics courses are designed to meet
0.5-5.0 units, 0.0-5.0 hours lecture, 0.0-15.0 hours lab             college and community needs as they arise.
(GR or CR/NC)
Acceptable for credit: CSU                                           New courses being offered on an experimental
                                                                     basis prior to being institutionalized. Selected topics
                                                 1199.00             courses are publicized in the college’s class
                                                                     schedule and are numbered 48, 248, or 348 in the
                                                                     individual subject areas.




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                                     PERALTA COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT
                                 CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION RECOMMENDATIONS

College: Berkeley City College                                                               Date Submitted for
                                                                                   CIPD Approval: March 2, 2009
                                               COURSE ADDITIONS
                               DATE SUBMITTED FOR BOARD APPROVAL: March 24, 2009

ADD:                                                          TOP #   JUSTIFICATION:

PERS 48UA, Beginning Modern Persian                            F’09   Persian (also known as Farsi in Iran, Dari in
5.0 units, 5.0 hours lecture                                          Afghanistan, and Tajik in Tajikistan and
(GR or CR/NC)                                                         Afghanistan) is an important middle eastern/central
                                                                      Asian language. Persian programs are growing
Study and practice in understanding, speaking,                        throughout the US and it is currently considered a
reading, and writing Persian: Emphasis on                             language of strategic interest. No other Peralta
understanding basic grammatical concepts and                          Colleges currently offer Persian.
vocabulary building; readings in Persian and on
Persian speaking countries’ life and culture.
                                              1199.00

EDUC 48UA, Using Multimedia for the Education                  M’09   Berkeley City College’s 2009 CTE Pipeline Grant
Profession                                                            mandates that a Summer 2009 Education course
0.5 units, 0.5 hours lecture                                          be offered at BCC that begins the process of
(GR or CR/NC)                                                         meeting the demand for new teachers trained in
                                                                      diversity issues, multimedia and technology, and the
Introduction to multimedia and education: Survey of                   sciences. The goal of BCC’s CTE Pipeline Program
multimedia technology with focus on careers in                        is to enable students to obtain a teaching credential
teaching; critical media literacy skills; diversity and               in 4 years by beginning their Education Program at
global issues in teaching and learning; and effective                 BCC. The Pipeline’s teaching mission is to integrate
strategies to improve learning outcomes.                              multimedia and technology across all content areas
                                                    0801.00           focusing especially the sciences in order to prepare
                                                                      graduates to succeed in the competitive markets of
                                                                             st
                                                                      the 21 Century.
                                                                      Note: Developed using funds from the CTE
                                                                      Pipeline Grant

ASL 821, ASL Conversation                                      M’09   This course serves in-depth discussion of events
0 units, 1.0 hours lecture, 1.0 hours lab                             and issues of interest to students and Deaf
Recommended Preparation: Completion of two                            community: Reinforces knowledge of grammar,
semesters of ASL 50 and ASL 51.                                       expands vocabulary, and increases fluency. It has
(not graded)                                                          been successfully offered as an 848; this outline
                                                                      institutionalizes the course.
Conversation skills at the intermediate level:                        Formerly ASL 848UR
Discussing current events; overcoming anxiety about
having conversations with Deaf people in the
community.
                                               6822.00

ASL 822, Vocabulary Development                                M’09   This course serves in-depth discussion of selected
0 units, 1.0 hours lecture, 1.0 hours lab                             issues of interest to students and Deaf community:
Recommended Preparation: completion of ASL 50,                        Expands vocabulary and increases fluency. It has
ASL 51, and ASL 52                                                    been successfully offered as an 848; this outline
(not graded)                                                          institutionalizes the course.
                                                                      Formerly ASL 848UT
Development in improving students’ vocabulary:
Clearing up commonly misunderstood and misused
signs; selecting appropriate signs for conceptual
accuracy; clarifying tense.
                                               6822.00



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                                PERALTA COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT
                            CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION RECOMMENDATIONS

College: Berkeley City College                                                  Date Submitted for
                                                                      CIPD Approval: March 2, 2009
                                          COURSE ADDITIONS
                          DATE SUBMITTED FOR BOARD APPROVAL: March 24, 2009

ADD:                                             TOP #   JUSTIFICATION:

HUMAN 1, Introduction to Humanities               F’09   This mode of delivery allows a wider range of
                                                         students, including those with logistical, physical or
(Distance Education Addendum)                            geographical barriers, to take the course. It also
                                                         allows for an increase in the amount of reading and
100% Internet                                            writing assigned, and allows students to work at
                                       1599.00           their own pace.

PHIL 1, Introduction to Philosophy                F’09   This mode of delivery allows a wider range of
                                                         students, including those with logistical, physical or
(Distance Education Addendum)                            geographical barriers, to take the course. It also
                                                         allows for an increase in the amount of reading and
100% Internet                                            writing assigned, and allows students to work at
                                       1509.00           their own pace.




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                                  PERALTA COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT
                              CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION RECOMMENDATIONS

College: Berkeley City College                                                                   Date Submitted for
                                                                                       CIPD Approval: March 2, 2009
                                      SUBSTANTIVE COURSE CHANGES
                               SUBMITTED FOR BOARD APPROVAL: March 24, 2009

COURSE CHANGE FROM:                                               TO:                      JUSTIFICATION:

ART 119, Finger Painting in Context           ART 119, Finger Painting in Context          Deleting the prerequisite as it is no
3.0 units, 2.0 hours lecture, 4.0 hours lab   3.0 units, 2.0 hours lecture, 4.0 hours      longer deemed necessary.
Prerequisite: ART 25                          lab
(GR or CR/NC)                                 (GR or CR/NC)
Acceptable for credit: CSU                    Acceptable for credit: CSU
Course Study under this section may be        Course Study under this section may be
repeated 3 times.                             repeated 3 times.
                                   1002.10                                       1002.10
ASL 820, ASL for the Novice                   ASL 820, ASL for the Novice                  This course serves as an introduction
0 units, 1.0 hours lecture, 1.0 hours lab     0 units, 1.0 hours lecture, 1.0 hours lab    to the ASL program. It better
(not graded)                                  (not graded)                                 prepares students for the rigor of ASL
                                                                                           50 (ASL 1). This substantive change
An introduction to American Sign              Introduction to American Sign                updates the course description and
Language. Through the development of          Language: Development of spatial skills,     the overall outline.
spatial skills, basic vocabulary and useful   basic vocabulary and useful grammar
grammar structures, students will engage      structures; simple conversations about
in simple conversations about everyday        everyday situations. No previous signing
situations. No previous signing               experience necessary.
experience necessary.                                                         0850.00
                                   0850.00
MMART 129, Contemporary Color                 MMART 129, Contemporary Color                (for all 31 MMART courses effective
                                                                                           Summer 2009):
Prerequisite: MMART 130/130L                  Co-requisite: MMART 129L
Co-requisite: MMART 129L                      Recommended Preparation: MMART               We are changing prerequisites to
                                              130/130L                                     recommended preparation on the
                                                                                           courses listed.

                                                                                           After ten plus years of experience in
                                                                                           offering our Multimedia programs, it is
                                                                                           clear to us that the prerequisites for
                                                                                           MMART have been drawn too
                                                                                           narrowly by only indicating our own
                                                                                           specific courses as acceptable. In
                                                                                           addition, the students have difficulty
                                                                                           challenging the prerequisites because
                                                                                           of the lack of clear course
                                                                                           substitutions at other institutions.
                                                                                           Given the growth of multimedia/
                                                                                           computer skills in the population over
                                                                                           the last ten years, students do, for the
                                                                                           most part, possess the necessary
                                                                                           entry skills. Therefore, it makes sense
                                                                                           to convert the prerequisites to
                                                                                           recommended preparation as a
                                                                                           guideline to students rather than a
                                                                                           barrier to enrollment. If or when
                                                                                           problems arise, our past experiences
                                                                                           have shown that they can be easily
                                                                                           handled through a discussion
                                                                                           between the individual student and
                                                                                           instructor.
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                             PERALTA COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT
                         CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION RECOMMENDATIONS

College: Berkeley City College                                                            Date Submitted for
                                                                                CIPD Approval: March 2, 2009
                                  SUBSTANTIVE COURSE CHANGES
                           SUBMITTED FOR BOARD APPROVAL: March 24, 2009

COURSE CHANGE FROM:                                     TO:                       JUSTIFICATION:

MMART 131B, Photoshop II              MMART 131B, Photoshop II

Prerequisite: MMART 131A/131LA        Co-requisite: MMART 131LB
Co-requisite: MMART 131LB             Recommended Preparation: MMART
                                      131A/131LA

MMART 132B, Painter I                 MMART 132B, Painter I
Co-requisite: MMART 132LB
Recommended Preparation: ART 20,      Co-requisite: MMART 132LB
41; CIS 1 or 200                      Recommended Preparation: ART 20,
                                      41; CIS 1 or 200; MMART 132A/132LA

MMART 132C, Painter II                MMART 132C, Painter II

Prerequisite: MMART 132B/132LB        Co-requisite: MMART 132LC
Co-requisite: MMART 132LC             Recommended Preparation: MMART
                                      132B/132LB

MMART 133C, Digital Photography III   MMART 133C, Digital Photography III

Prerequisite: MMART 133B/133LB        Co-requisite: MMART 133LC
Co-requisite: MMART 133LC             Recommended Preparation: MMART
                                      133B/133LB

MMART 134A, Digital Printmaking I     MMART 134A, Digital Printmaking I

Prerequisite: MMART 131A/131LA        Co-requisite: MMART 134LA
Co-requisite: MMART 134LA             Recommended Preparation: MMART
                                      131A/131LA

MMART 134B, Digital Printmaking II    MMART 134B, Digital Printmaking II
                                      2.0 units, 1.5 hours lecture, 1.5 hours
Prerequisite: MMART 134A/134LA        lab
Co-requisite: MMART 134LB             Co-requisite: MMART 134LB
Recommended Preparation: ART 41       Recommended Preparation: MMART
                                      134A/134LA

MMART 135A, Advanced Practices for    MMART 135A, Advanced Practices
Digital Printmaking I                 for Digital Printmaking I

Prerequisite: MMART 134B/134LB        Co-requisite: MMART 135LA
Co-requisite: MMART 135LA             Recommended Preparation: MMART
Recommended Preparation: ART 41       134B/134LB , ART 41

MMART 135B, Advanced Practices for    MMART 135B, Advanced Practices
Digital Printmaking II                for Digital Printmaking II

Prerequisite: MMART 135A/135LA        Co-requisite: MMART 135LB
Co-requisite: MMART 135LB             Recommended Preparation: MMART
                                      135A/135LA


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                              PERALTA COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT
                          CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION RECOMMENDATIONS

College: Berkeley City College                                                      Date Submitted for
                                                                          CIPD Approval: March 2, 2009
                                  SUBSTANTIVE COURSE CHANGES
                           SUBMITTED FOR BOARD APPROVAL: March 24, 2009

COURSE CHANGE FROM:                                  TO:                    JUSTIFICATION:

MMART 135C, Advanced Practices for   MMART 135C, Advanced Practices
Digital Printmaking III              for Digital Printmaking III

Prerequisite: MMART 135B/135LB       Co-requisite: MMART 135LC
Co-requisite: MMART 135LC            Recommended Preparation: MMART
                                     135B/135LB

MMART 135D, Advanced Practices for   MMART 135D, Advanced Practices
Digital Printmaking IV               for Digital Printmaking IV

Prerequisite: MMART 135C/135LC       Co-requisite: MMART 135LD
Co-requisite: MMART 135LD            Recommended Preparation: MMART
Recommended Preparation: ART 41      135C/135LC

MMART 148B, Sound Design II          MMART 148B, Sound Design II

Prerequisite: MMART 148A/148LA       Co-requisite: MMART 148LB
Co-requisite: MMART 148LB            Recommended Preparation: MMART
                                     148A/148LA

MMART 149, The Music Video           MMART 149, The Music Video

Prerequisite: MMART 148A/148LA,      Co-requisite: MMART 149L
150A/150LA                           Recommended Preparation: MMART
Co-requisite: MMART 149L             148A/148LA, 150A/150LA, 152A/152LA
Recommended Preparation: MMART
152A/152LA

MMART 150B, Final Cut Pro II         MMART 150B, Final Cut Pro II

Prerequisite: MMART 150A/150LA       Co-requisite: MMART 150LB
Co-requisite: MMART 150LB            Recommended Preparation: MMART
                                     150A/150LA

MMART 150C, Final Cut Pro III        MMART 150C, Final Cut Pro III

Prerequisite: MMART 150B/150LB       Co-requisite: MMART 150LC
Co-requisite: MMART 150LC            Recommended Preparation: ART
Recommended Preparation: ART         98/ENGL 21/HUMAN 21, or MMART
98/ENGL 21/HUMAN 21, or MMART        122B, 150B/150LB, 152B/152lB
122B

MMART 150D, Final Cut Pro IV         MMART 150D, Final Cut Pro IV

Prerequisite: MMART 150C/150LC and   Co-requisite: MMART 150LD
151A/151LA                           Recommended Preparation: MMART
Co-requisite: MMART 150LD            148A/148LA, 150C/150LC and
Recommended Preparation: MMART       151A/151LA
148A/148LA



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                             PERALTA COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT
                         CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION RECOMMENDATIONS

College: Berkeley City College                                                     Date Submitted for
                                                                         CIPD Approval: March 2, 2009
                                   SUBSTANTIVE COURSE CHANGES
                            SUBMITTED FOR BOARD APPROVAL: March 24, 2009

COURSE CHANGE FROM:                                 TO:                    JUSTIFICATION:

MMART 151B, Digital Video            MMART 151B, Digital Video
Production II                        Production II

Prerequisite: MMART 151A/151LA       Co-requisite: MMART 151LB
Co-requisite: MMART 151LB            Recommended Preparation: MMART
                                     151A/151LA

MMART 152B, Motion Graphics/After    MMART 152B, Motion Graphics/After
Effects II                           Effects II

Prerequisite: MMART 152A/152LA       Co-requisite: MMART 152LB
Co-requisite: MMART 152LB            Recommended Preparation: MMART
                                     152A/152LA

MMART 152C, Motion Graphics/After    MMART 152C, Motion Graphics/After
Effects III                          Effects III

Prerequisite: MMART 152B/152LB       Co-requisite: MMART 152LC
Co-requisite: MMART 152LC            Recommended Preparation: MMART
                                     152B/152LB

MMART 158, Video Presentation        MMART 158, Video Presentation
Methods                              Methods

Prerequisite: MMART 150A/150LA       Co-requisite: MMART 158L
Co-requisite: MMART 158L             Recommended Preparation: MMART
                                     150A/150LA

MMART 159, Interactive Video         MMART 159, Interactive Video

Prerequisite: MMART 150A/150LA       Co-requisite: MMART 159L
Co-requisite: MMART 159L             Recommended Preparation: MMART
                                     150A/150LA

MMART 160B, Web II: Advanced         MMART 160B, Web II: Advanced
Design Projects                      Design Projects

Prerequisite: MMART 160A/160LA       Co-requisite: MMART 160LB
Co-requisite: MMART 160LB            Recommended Preparation: MMART
                                     160A/160LA

MMART 160C, Web III: Web             MMART 160C, Web III: Web
Commerce Applications                Commerce Applications

Prerequisite: MMART 160B/160LB       Co-requisite: MMART 160LC
Co-requisite: MMART 160LC            Recommended Preparation: MMART
                                     160B/160LB, 161A




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                             PERALTA COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT
                         CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION RECOMMENDATIONS

College: Berkeley City College                                                     Date Submitted for
                                                                         CIPD Approval: March 2, 2009
                                    SUBSTANTIVE COURSE CHANGES
                             SUBMITTED FOR BOARD APPROVAL: March 24, 2009

COURSE CHANGE FROM:                                  TO:                   JUSTIFICATION:

MMART 175B, Game Design               MMART 175B, Game Design

Prerequisite: MMART 175A/175LA, 110   Co-requisite: MMART 175LB
Co-requisite: MMART 175LB             Recommended Preparation: MMART
                                      175A/175LA, 110

MMART 176, 3D Web Animation           MMART 176, 3D Web Animation

Prerequisite: MMART 160A/160LA,       Co-requisite: MMART 176L
177/177L, and 185A/185LA              Recommended Preparation: MMART
Co-requisite: MMART 176L              160A/160LA, 177/177L, and
                                      185A/185LA

MMART 177, Introduction to            MMART 177, Introduction to
Animation Principles                  Animation Principles

Prerequisite: MMART 110               Co-requisite: MMART 177L
Co-requisite: MMART 177L              Recommended Preparation: ART 25,
Recommended Preparation: ART 25       MMART 110

MMART 179, Animation Layout &         MMART 179, Animation Layout &
Visual Development                    Visual Development

Prerequisite: MMART 129/129L,         Recommended Preparation: MMART
177/177L                              129/129L, 177/177L

MMART 180, Animation Special          MMART 180, Animation Special
Effects                               Effects

Prerequisite: MMART 152A/152LA,       Recommended Preparation: MMART
177/177L, and 185A/185LA              152A/152LA, 177/177L, and 185A/
Co-requisite: MMART 180L              185LA
                                      Co-requisite: MMART 180L

MMART 181, Experimental Animation     MMART 181, Experimental Animation

Prerequisite: MMART 177/177L          Co-requisite: MMART 181L
Co-requisite: MMART 181L              Recommended Preparation: MMART
                                      177/177L

MMART 185B, 3-D Animation: Cinema     MMART 185B, 3-D Animation:
4D II                                 Cinema 4D II

Prerequisite: MMART 185A/185LA        Co-requisite: MMART 185LB
Co-requisite: MMART 185LB             Recommended Preparation: MMART
                                      185A/185LA




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                             PERALTA COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT
                         CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION RECOMMENDATIONS

College: Berkeley City College                                                        Date Submitted for
                                                                            CIPD Approval: March 2, 2009
                                  SUBSTANTIVE COURSE CHANGES
                           SUBMITTED FOR BOARD APPROVAL: March 24, 2009

COURSE CHANGE FROM:                                     TO:                    JUSTIFICATION:

MMART 197, Multimedia                   MMART 197, Multimedia
Portfolio/Sample Reel Development       Portfolio/Sample Reel Development

Prerequisite: MMART 130/130L,           Co-requisite: MMART 197L
150A/150LA, 159, 160A/160LA             Recommended Preparation: MMART
Co-requisite: MMART 197L                130/130L, 150A/150LA, 159,
                                        160A/160LA

PHYSC 20, Introduction to the Marine    PHYSC 20, Introduction to the Marine   Informational item. To be consistent
Environment                             Environment                            with the other Peralta Colleges.
3.0 units, 3.0 hours lecture            3.0 units, 3.0 hours lecture
(GR or CR/NC)                           (GR only)
Acceptable for credit: CSU              Acceptable for credit: CSU
                              1919.00                                1919.00




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                              PERALTA COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT
                          CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION RECOMMENDATIONS

College: Laney                                                                       Date Submitted for
                                                                           CIPD Approval: March 2, 2009
                                       COURSE ADDITIONS
                       DATE SUBMITTED FOR BOARD APPROVAL: March 24, 2009

ADD:                                               EFF        JUSTIFICATION:

ESL 206                                             F09       This advanced spelling course, the third of three
Spelling 3: Spelling and the dictionary                       spelling levels, will target college-/transfer-level
4 units, 4 hours lecture (GR or CR/NC)                        students, who depend upon accurate spelling for
Prerequisite: ESL 252B or appropriate placement               academic writing. Students at this level may continue
at ESL level 3 or high based upon multiple                    to depend upon translators and two-language
measures and 256B                                             dictionaries to find the appropriate English word to
Study of the spelling of American English: Focus              use in their writing, but, in order to become truly
upon dictionary skills.                                       competent with the language, they need to use an
4930.83                                                       English-only dictionary for two purposes: (1) to find
                                                              the meanings of new words that they find in their
                                                              reading and (2) to find meanings and spellings of new
                                                              words that they overhear in daily conversation. The
                                                              focus of spelling at this level will be upon using both
                                                              vocabulary and dictionary skills to learn about new
                                                              words (e.g., their spellings, pronunciations,
                                                              definitions, conjugations, and parts of speech). This
                                                              is a stand-alone course.

ESL 256A                                            F09       This introductory spelling course, the first of three
Spelling 1: Spelling and Phonics                              spelling levels, will address the needs of both basic
5 units, 5 hours lecture (GR or CR/NC)                        skills students, who must learn to write intelligibly in
Prerequisite: ESL 252A or appropriate placement               their daily contacts, and college-/transfer-level
at ESL level 2 or higher based upon multiple                  students, who depend upon accurate spelling for
measures.                                                     academic writing. Mastering English spelling is a
Study of the spelling of American English: Focus              challenging process for anyone, but especially so for
upon sounds and patterns.                                     ESL students, who, in addition to integrating
4930.82                                                       traditional phonics rules and their exceptions, must
                                                              simultaneously learn to pronounce and recognize
                                                              American sounds, study the spelling, meaning and
                                                              usage of each new word, and unravel confounding
                                                              aspects of the language which most native speakers
                                                              understand implicitly. The focus of spelling at this
                                                              level will be upon sounds and their correlation to
                                                              spelling patterns. This is a stand-alone course.

ESL 256B                                            F09       This intermediate spelling course, the second of three
Spelling 2: Difficult-to-Spell Words                          spelling levels, will help basic skills students but will
5 units, 5 hours lecture (GR or CR/NC)                        primarily target college-/transfer-level students, who
Prerequisite: ESL 252B or appropriate placement               depend upon accurate spelling for academic writing.
at ESL level 3 or higher based upon multiple                  Mastering English spelling is a challenging process
measures and ESL 256A.                                        for anyone, but especially so for ESL students, who,
Study of the spelling of American English: Focus              in addition to distinguishing between phonics and
upon difficult-to-spell words.                                sight words, must simultaneously learn to pronounce
4930.82                                                       and recognize American sounds, study the spelling,
                                                              meaning and usage of each new word, and unravel
                                                              confounding aspects of the language which most
                                                              native speakers understand implicitly. The focus of
                                                              spelling at this level will be upon sight words (words
                                                              that ignore phonics rules) and on words built from
                                                              word parts, i.e. prefixes, suffixes and word roots.
                                                              This is a stand-alone course.

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                           PERALTA COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT
                       CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION RECOMMENDATIONS

College: Laney                                                           Date Submitted for
                                                               CIPD Approval: March. 2, 2009
                                  COURSE DEACTIVATIONS
                     DATE SUBMITTED FOR BOARD APPROVAL: March 24, 2009

DEACTIVATE:                               TOP #     JUSTIFICATION:

ESL 256, Spelling and Phonics             4930.82   Three new courses have been created to replace
                                          (F09)     the current ESL 256. To maintain consistency in
                                                    course number sequencing, they need to be
                                                    numbered: ESL 256A, Spelling 1: Spelling and
                                                    Phonics; ESL 256B, Spelling 2: Difficult-t0-Spell
                                                    Words; and ESL 206, Spelling 3: Spelling and the
                                                    Dictionary.




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                               PERALTA COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT
                           CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION RECOMMENDATIONS

College: Merritt                                                                          Date Submitted for
                                                                                 CIPD Approval: March 2, 2009
                                         COURSE ADDITIONS
                         DATE SUBMITTED FOR BOARD APPROVAL: March 24, 2009

ADD:                                                     EFF.       JUSTIFICATION:

BIOSC 48NN Survey of Biotech Industry                    S10        This course is an integral part of the first semester
1 unit, 1 hour lecture                                              curriculum for the Certificate in Bioscience
(GR or CR/NC)                                                       Microscopy. The course responds to the
                                                                    employment opportunities arising from the
Survey of the local biotech industry: History,                      escalating demand for microscopy technicians in
structure, and product pipelines of local biotech                   Silicon Valley and in biotech industries.
companies.                                                          Required for certificate in Bioscience Microscopy.
                                               0430.00
ENGL 280A English Fundamentals Workshop                  S10        This course is being converted into a 4 course
0.5-3 units, 1.5-9 hours lab                                        series to comply with requirements to remove
(CR/NC only)                                                        repeats from courses and to clarify objectives at
                                                                    each level.
 Assistance with English skills: Reading, grammar,
 spelling, vocabulary and writing. Students work at                 This course is only offered at Merritt.
 their own pace on a program designed to meet their
 needs under the direction of an instructor and
 support from tutors.
                                              4930.20
ENGL 280B English Fundamentals Workshop                  S10        This course is being converted into a 4 course
0.5-3 units, 1.5-9 hours lab                                        series to comply with requirements to remove
(CR/NC only)                                                        repeats from courses and to clarify objectives at
                                                                    each level.
 Assistance with English skills: Reading, grammar,
 spelling, vocabulary and writing. Students work at                 This course is only offered at Merritt.
 their own pace on a program designed to meet their
 needs under the direction of an instructor and
 support from tutors.
                                              4930.20
ENGL 280C English Fundamentals Workshop                  S10        This course is being converted into a 4 course
0.5-3 units, 1.5-9 hours lab                                        series to comply with requirements to remove
(CR/NC only)                                                        repeats from courses and to clarify objectives at
                                                                    each level.
 Assistance with English skills: Reading, grammar,
 spelling, vocabulary and writing. Students work at                 This course is only offered at Merritt.
 their own pace on a program designed to meet their
 needs under the direction of an instructor and
 support from tutors.
                                              4930.20
ENGL 280D English Fundamentals Workshop                  S10        This course is being converted into a 4 course
0.5-3 units, 1.5-9 hours lab                                        series to comply with requirements to remove
(CR/NC only)                                                        repeats from courses and to clarify objectives at
                                                                    each level.
Assistance with English skills: Reading, grammar,
spelling, vocabulary and writing. Students work at                  This course is only offered at Merritt.
their own pace on a program designed to meet their
needs under the direction of an instructor and
support from tutors.
                                             4930.20




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                              PERALTA COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT
                          CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION RECOMMENDATIONS

College: Merritt                                                                       Date Submitted for
                                                                              CIPD Approval: March 2, 2009
                                       COURSE ADDITIONS
                       DATE SUBMITTED FOR BOARD APPROVAL: March 24, 2009

ADD:                                                  EFF.       JUSTIFICATION:

Informational Item

ENGL 1A Composition and Reading                       S10        Offering this course in the distance education
                                                                 hybrid format (as a 60/40 course) allows flexibility in
Approved Distance Education Addendum (Hybrid)                    course offerings and provides additional face-to-
                                                                 face support to students.

CORRECTION

EDT 48NE, Creating Multimedia for Online              S09        This course was approved in February with an
Classes                                                          effective term of Fall 09 instead of Spring 09. The
3 units, 2 hours lecture, 3 hours lab                            college plans to offer this as a short-term class
(GR or C/NC)                                                     beginning in mid-March.
Recommended Preparation: CIS 200 or 205

Creating multimedia content and objects for use in
online course management systems: Developing
videos, podcasts, video casts and other types of
multimedia using open source/free tools; creating
accessible online multimedia.
                                            0860.00




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                                 PERALTA COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT
                             CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION RECOMMENDATIONS

College: Merritt                                                                             Date Submitted for
                                                                                   CIPD Approval: March 2, 2009
                                      SUBSTANTIVE COURSE CHANGES
                               SUBMITTED FOR BOARD APPROVAL: March 24, 2009

COURSE CHANGE FROM:                                      TO:                        JUSTIFICATION:

 CHDEV 52 Observation and                CHDEV 52 Observation and                    Course is being changed to three unit
 Assessment                              Assessment                                  course to better align with the SLOs
 2 Units                                 3 Units                                     and objectives of the Curriculum
 (GR or C/NC)                            (GR or C/NC)                                Alignment Project and as part of the
                                                                                     24 unit transfer path in Child
 Study of the principles of typical      Overview of current assessment,             Development. It is one of the courses
 growth, development and behavior of     observation and documentation tools         required in the 24 unit transfer path.
 young children: Reinforcement of        developed to promote a better               The course description better reflects
 theoretical knowledge by direct         understanding of children, families,        the content of the course.
 observation assignments in a            and ECE programs: support for               This course is only offered at Merritt.
 preschool setting.                      students’ emergent understanding of         New CB00
                                         their own ability to use classroom
                                         observations/assessments in order to
                                         improve their practices. S10

 CHDEV 74 Health and Safety in the       CHDEV 74 Preschool Health,                  Course title is being changed to better
 Preschool                               Safety, and Nutrition                       align with the SLOs and objectives of
 3 Units                                 3 Units                                     the Curriculum Alignment Project and
 (GR or C/NC)                            (GR or C/NC)                                as part of the 24 unit transfer path in
                                                                                     Child Development. The course
 Role of the teacher or childcare        Introduction to the laws, regulations,      description better reflects the content
 worker in providing a healthful, safe   standards, policies and procedures          of the course.
 environment for young children.         and early childhood curriculum related      This course is only offered at Merritt.
                                         to child health safety and nutrition:
                                         Identifying key components that
                                         ensure physical health, mental health
                                         and safety for both children and staff
                                         along with the importance of
                                         collaboration with families and health
                                         professionals with focus on integrating
                                         the concepts into everyday planning
                                         and program development for all
                                         children. S10




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                                   PERALTA COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT
                               CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION RECOMMENDATIONS

College: Merritt                                                                                   Date Submitted for
                                                                                         CIPD Approval: March 2, 2009
                                       SUBSTANTIVE COURSE CHANGES
                                SUBMITTED FOR BOARD APPROVAL: March 24, 2009

COURSE CHANGE FROM:                                           TO:                         JUSTIFICATION:
 CHDEV 80 Diversity Issues in Child          CHDEV 80 Teaching in a Diverse                Course title and units are being
 Care                                        Society                                       changed to better align with the SLOs
 2 Units                                     3 Units                                       and objectives of the Curriculum
                                                                                           Alignment Project and as part of the
 Practical applications and theories         Examination of the development of             24 unit transfer path in Child
 that address issues of diversity:           social identities in diverse societies        Development. The course description
 Recognizing and confronting barriers        including theoretical and practical           better reflects the content of the
 that interfere with the ability to dialog   implications of oppression and                course.
 effectively with people who differ from     privilege as they apply to young              This course is only offered at Merritt.
 oneself while examining the societal        children, families, programs,                 New CB00
 systems through which children grow         classrooms and teaching: Exploring
 and develop.                                various classroom strategies while
                                             emphasizing culturally and
                                             linguistically appropriate anti-bias
                                             approaches supporting all children in
                                             becoming competent members of a
                                             diverse society; self-examination and
                                             reflection on issues related to social
                                             identity, stereotypes and bias, social
                                             and educational access, media and
                                             schooling. S10

 PARLG 8 Introduction to Civil               PARLG 8 Introduction to Civil                 The course description better reflects
 Procedure and Litigation Practice           Procedure and Litigation Practice             the content of the course.

 California and federal rules of civil       California and federal rules of civil         This course is only taught at Merritt.
 procedure: Relevant law of remedies         procedure, and litigation practice from
 and evidence; skills related to             the beginning of the lawsuit through
 assisting with all phases of simple civil   the end of a lawsuit: Initial pleadings,
 litigation practice.                        responsive pleadings, motions,
                                             discovery requests, pretrial, trial and
                                             posttrial practice, and settlement. S10


 PARLG 9 Introduction To Tort Law            PARLG 9 Introduction To Tort Law              The course description better reflects
                                                                                           the content of the course.
 Analysis of American tort law:              Analysis and examination of Tort Law:
 Exploration of its socio-economic and       Negligence, Intentional Torts, Strict         This course is only taught at Merritt.
 historical foundations; examination of      Liability, Products Liability, Defamation
 intentional negligence, strict liability,   and other torts; and analyzing the
 defamation and misrepresentation            facts of a particular client’s case to
 torts; and study of practical               determine whether they have a valid
 approaches to real-life cases from          case/cause of action. S10
 client interviews to judgment
 satisfaction.




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                                 PERALTA COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT
                             CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION RECOMMENDATIONS

College: Merritt                                                                                 Date Submitted for
                                                                                       CIPD Approval: March 2, 2009
                                      SUBSTANTIVE COURSE CHANGES
                               SUBMITTED FOR BOARD APPROVAL: March 24, 2009

COURSE CHANGE FROM:                                          TO:                        JUSTIFICATION:
 PARLG 10 Family Law                        PARLG 10 Family Law                          The course description better reflects
                                                                                         the content of the course.
 Historical development of marriage:        California family law: Dissolutions/
 Introduction to marriage in California,    divorces, legal separations, adoptions,      This course is only taught at Merritt.
 dissolutions and legal separations,        paternity, termination of parental
 adoptions, paternity, wardships, and       rights, spousal support, child support,
 termination of parental rights.            child custody and other interspousal
                                            rights and obligations.

 PARLG 12 Estate Planning and               PARLG 12 Estate Planning and                 The course description better reflects
 Probate Procedure                          Probate Procedure                            the content of the course.

 History, theory, procedures, and tax       Wills, Trusts, Probate procedure and         This course is only taught at Merritt.
 implications of administration of a        Estate Administration: Purpose and
 decedent’s estate: Study of property       need for a Will; the distinction
 and title designation, probate             between Wills and Trusts; process
 administration process; payment of         and procedure of Estate
 creditors; sale of estate property,        Administration; duties of personal
 personal and real; distribution of         representative, including drafting and
 property; California and federal tax       identifying all forms required for
 forms; and establishment and               probate and estate administration.
 administration of conservatorships         S10
 and guardianships

 PARLG 15 Criminal Law                      PARLG 15 Criminal Law                        The course description better reflects
                                                                                         the content of the course.
 Historical development of criminal law:    Analysis and examination of Criminal
 Comprehensive study of the state and       Law and Criminal Procedure: The              This course is only taught at Merritt.
 federal justice systems, including the     elements of crimes; crimes against
 elements which constitute major            the person; crimes against property;
 crimes; procedures required during         crimes against the public; defenses to
 the arrest, trial, and sentencing of the   crimes, searches, seizures, arrests,
 defendant, and post-trial remedies.        interrogation; pretrial practice; trial;
                                            sentencing; and appeals. S10

 RADSC 2B Radiographic Physics II           RADSC 2B Radiographic Physics II             The course description better reflects
                                                                                         the content of the course.
 Continuation of RADTE 2A: Units of         Continuation of RADSC 2A:
 measure, matter and atomic structure,      Radiographic Quality Factors,                This course is only taught at Merritt.
 electromagnetic radiation, magnetism,      Radiologic Quantities and Units,
 electricity, electromagnetism; x-ray       Structure of Matter, Electromagnetic
 unit and tube, circuitry, production,      Energy, Magnetism, Electricity,
 emission, and interaction with matter.     Electromagnetism; X-ray Imaging
                                            System, Circuitry, X-ray Tube, X-ray
                                            Production, X-ray Emission Spectrum,
                                            and X-ray Interactions with Matter.
                                            S10




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                                 PERALTA COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT
                             CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION RECOMMENDATIONS

College: Merritt                                                                                  Date Submitted for
                                                                                        CIPD Approval: March 2, 2009
                                      SUBSTANTIVE COURSE CHANGES
                               SUBMITTED FOR BOARD APPROVAL: March 24, 2009

COURSE CHANGE FROM:                                          TO:                         JUSTIFICATION:
 RADSC 5B Patient Care II                   RADSC 5B Patient Care II                      The course description better reflects
                                                                                          the content of the course.
 Advanced patient care skills: Patient      Advanced patient-care skills: Complex
 assessment, technologist action            clinical problem-solving skills; cultural     This course is only taught at Merritt.
 during medical emergencies,                competency; radiography and care for
 pharmacology, drug                         patients with central venous lines,
 classification/administration/physiologi   chest tubes, endotracheal tubes,
 cal action, contrast media and             enteric tubes, and urinary catheters;
 associated hazards, venipuncture for       medical emergencies in the radiology
 contrast-media administration;             department; pharmacology; contrast
 sensitivity to cultures represented by a   media and associated hazards;
 varied patient population, special care    venipuncture for contrast-media
 needs for patients with chronic            administration; special care needs for
 disabilities, and legal and ethical        patients with chronic disabilities. S10
 issues in the clinical environment.

 RADSC 7 Advanced Imaging                   RADSC 7 Advanced Imaging                      The course description better reflects
 Procedures                                 Procedures                                    the content of the course.

 Advanced imaging procedures and            Advanced imaging procedures and               This course is only taught at Merritt.
 equipment: Fluoroscopy, digital            equipment: Conventional
 fluoroscopy and radiography, image         Tomography, Fluoroscopy, Image
 recording systems, angiography,            Recording Systems, Angiography,
 interventional procedures, CT, MRI,        Interventional Procedures, Computed
 US, and NM; contrast media and             Tomography, Magnetic Resonance
 patient care; present and future           Imaging, Diagnostic Medical
 medical imaging needs.                     Sonography, and Nuclear Medicine;
                                            present and future medical imaging
                                            trends. S10




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                          PERALTA COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT
                      CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION RECOMMENDATIONS

College: Merritt                                                          Date Submitted for
                                                                CIPD Approval: March 2, 2009
                                 COURSE DEACTIVATIONS
                    DATE SUBMITTED FOR BOARD APPROVAL: March 24, 2009

DEACTIVATE:                              EFF.       JUSTIFICATION:
ENGL 280 Communication Skills Workshop   S10        This course is being converted into a 4 course
                                                    series to comply with requirements to remove
                                                    repeats from courses and to clarify objectives at
                                                    each level.

ESL 218 Writing Workshop (ESL)           F09        This course has been converted into a 4 course
                                                    series.




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