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                                                                                                MECH 030A Refrigeration and Air
                                        MECHANICAL                                                        Conditioning                                     Units 3
                                        TECHNOLOGY                                              Prerequisites: None.
                                                                                                Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                                                                                                Advisories: None.
                         MECH 010 Basic Welding for the Trades                      Units 4     This course is designed to introduce the student to the proper skills
                         Prerequisites: None.                                                   required to maintain and service refrigeration and air conditioning
                         Prerequisite Skills: None.                                             systems. The student learns how to charge, evacuate, and recover
                         Corequisites: None.                                                    refrigerants utilizing common equipment found in the industry.
                         Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                       (CSU)
                         Advisories: None.
                         This course is designed to provide the student who basic welding       MECH 030B Refrigeration and Air
                         skills. The course covers basic theory, practice and application of
                                                                                                          Conditioning                                     Units 3
                         metal joining processes, metal cutting, and welding for ferrous and
                         nonferrous metals and alloys. Welding methods include: oxy-            Prerequisites: MECH 30A with a grade of “C” or better.
                         acetylene, shielded metal arc welding, and metal inert gas (MIG)       Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                         welding. (CSU)                                                         Advisories: None.
                                                                                                This course is designed to develop skills necessary to service and
                                                                                                repair systems found in the refrigeration and air conditioning indus-
                         MECH 011A Basic Welding for the Trades                     Units 2     try. (CSU)
                         Prerequisites: None.
                         Prerequisite Skills: None.
                                                                                                MECH 030C Advanced Refrigeration                            Units 3
                         Corequisites: None.
                         Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                       Prerequisites: MECH 30B with a grade of “C” or better.
                         Advisories: None.                                                      Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                         This course is designed to provide basic welding skills. The course    Advisories: None.
                         includes basic theory, practice and application of metal joining       This course is designed to develop skills necessary to service and
                         processes, metal cutting, shielded metal arc, and oxy-acetylene        repair commercial and industrial refrigeration systems. The student
                         welding. MECH 11A and MECH 11B are equivalent to MECH 10.              works on industrial systems as well as other advanced projects.
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                         (CSU)                                                                  (CSU)

                         MECH 011B Welding for the Trades                           Units 2     MECH 031A Air Conditioning Components and
                         Prerequisites: None.                                                             Circuits                       Units 6
                         Prerequisite Skills: None.                                             Prerequisites: None.
                         Corequisites: None.                                                    Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                         Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                       Advisories: None.
                         Advisories: None.                                                      This course is designed to provide the student with the fundamentals
                         This course is designed to provide basic welding skills. The course    of heating and air conditioning. Emphasis is placed on the electrical
                         includes basic theory, practice and application of metal joining       and mechanical theories of operation related to common heating and
                         processes, including shielded metal arc, and an introduction to        air conditioning equipment. The course includes basic electricity,
                         applications for non-ferrous metals and alloys using metal inert gas   basic circuits, common electrical components, and applications to
                         (MIG) welding and tungsten inert gas (TIG) welding. MECH 11A           heating and air conditioning. (CSU)
                         and MECH 11B are equivalent to MECH 10. (CSU)
                                                                                                MECH 031B Air Conditioning
                         MECH 015 Machine Tool Process                              Units 3               Troubleshooting                                   Units 6
                         Prerequisites: None.                                                   Prerequisites: MECH 31A with a grade of “C” or better.
                         Prerequisite Skills: None.                                             Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                         Corequisites: None.                                                    Advisories: None.
                         Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                       This course is designed to enable the student to develop skills
                         Advisories: None.                                                      necessary to properly install split and packaged air conditioning
                         This course is for the student who plans to enter occupations in       systems. This course includes operation, maintenance, and repair
                         metals technology, manufacturing, engineering, and related fields.     procedures for various heating and air conditioning systems. (CSU)
                         The student will learn theory and operation of metal-working ma-
                         chines including lathes, grinding machines, milling machines, drill    MECH 031C Air Conditioning Systems and
                         presses, sawing machines, and computer numerical control (CNC)                   Heat Pumps                                        Units 6
                         lathe and milling machine. Topics include cutting tools, measuring     Prerequisites: MECH 31B with a grade of “C” or better.
                         tools and instruments, welding, casting, heat treatment of steel,      Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                         production setups, and Computer Numerical Control (CNC) ma-            Advisories: None.
                         chines. A combined program of lecture and laboratory allows the        This course is designed to provide the fundamentals of electrical and
                         student to have hands-on experience with a variety of machinery        mechanical operation of heat pumps and chilled water systems. The
                         processes. (CSU)                                                       course includes sequence of operation, temperature, pressure, and
                                                                                                electrical analysis. (CSU)
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MECH 031D Commercial Air Conditioning Design and                          MECH 050C Intermediate Machine Shop                            Units 8
          Operation                      Units 6                          Prerequisites: None.
Prerequisites: MECH 31C with “C” or better.                               Prerequisite Skills: 1. Machine tool operation skills.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                          Corequisites: None.
Advisories: None.                                                         Limitations on Enrollment: None.
This course is designed to develop skills necessary for calculating       Advisories: None.
residential and commercial cooling loads and duct design. The             This course is based on the skills and knowledge learned in MECH
course includes chiller operation and maintenance. (CSU)                  50B, Beginning Machine Shop. The course combines the study of
                                                                          machine tool theory, blueprint reading, and related mathematics with
MECH 032A Air Conditioning Control Circuit                                hands-on shop experience. The major emphasis of the course is the
                                                                          programming of the Computer numerical control (CNC) lathe and
          Analysis                         Units 3                        the CNC milling machine. The student writes programs in the “G”
Prerequisites: None.                                                      and “M” code format and uses programs to operate the CNC machine
Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                          tools. Computer aided drafting/computer aided machining (CAD/
Advisories: None.                                                         CAM) software will be introduced. Programming topics include
This course is designed to introduce the selection, application, and      tapers, arcs, turning cycles, threading, drilling, grooving, parting off,
maintenance of automatic controls generally found in the air condi-       and cutter radius compensation. (CSU)
tioning industry. The course includes the different types of controls
found in residential, commercial, and industrial applications. Sche-
matics involving the various controls are used to analyze control
                                                                          MECH 050D Advanced Machine Shop                                Units 8
problems. (CSU)                                                           Prerequisites: None.
                                                                          Prerequisite Skills: 1. Machine tool operation skills.
                                                                          Corequisites: None.
MECH 032B Refrigeration Control Circuit                                   Limitations on Enrollment: None.
          Analysis                                           Units 3      Advisories: None.
Prerequisites: MECH 32A with a grade of “C” or better.                    This course is based on the knowledge and skills learned in MECH
Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                          50C, Intermediate Machine Shop. The course combines the study of
Advisories: None.                                                         machine tool theory, blueprint reading, and related mathematics with
This course is designed to introduce the student to basic refrigeration   hands-on shop experience. The emphasis of the course is Computer-




                                                                                                                                                      Description of Courses
controls found in domestic and industrial refrigeration systems and       Aided Drafting/Computer-Aided Manufacturing (CAD/CAM) us-
progresses up to industrial refrigeration controls. Instruction in-       ing CAD/CAM software. The student develops drawings on the
cludes introduction to control theory, application, and electrical        computer, adds tooling information, defines tool paths, generates
trouble-shooting. (CSU)                                                   Computer Numerical Control (CNC) code and uses the CNC code to
                                                                          operate the CNC machine tools. (CSU)
MECH 032C Heating and Air Conditioning Commercial
          Controls                        Units 3                         MECH 052A Computer Numerical
Prerequisites: MECH 32B with a grade of “C” or better.                              Control (CNC)                                        Units 3
Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                          Prerequisites: None.
Advisories: None.                                                         Prerequisite Skills: None.
This course is designed to introduce the student to the basic commer-     Corequisites: None.
cial controls used in the heating and air conditioning industry. The      Limitations on Enrollment: None.
student works with basic set-ups of both pneumatic and direct digital     Advisories: None.
control systems. (CSU)                                                    This course is designed to introduce applications of computer
                                                                          numerical control programming for the areas of manufacturing,
MECH 050A Introductory Machine Shop                          Units 8      engineering, and machining. Topics covered include Cartesian
Prerequisites: None.                                                      coordinates, process planning, computer numerical control math-
Prerequisite Skills: None.                                                ematics, tooling, speeds and feeds, and G and M Code programming
Corequisites: None.                                                       for lathe and mill with emphasis on the lathe. (CSU)
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.                                                         MECH 052B Computer Aided Drafting/Computer-
This course is based on the study of machine tool theory, blueprint                 Aided Manufacturing
reading, and related mathematics with hands-on shop experience.
Topics include precision instruments, hand tools, layout, and the
                                                                                    (CAD/CAM)                    Units 3
operation of drill presses, grinding machines, milling machines,          Prerequisites: None.
lathes, sawing machines, with an emphasis on lathe.(CSU)                  Prerequisite Skills: 1. Machine tool operation skills.
                                                                          Corequisites: None.
                                                                          Limitations on Enrollment: None.
MECH 050B Beginning Machine Shop                             Units 8      Advisories: None.
Prerequisites: None.                                                      This course is designed to introduce topics in advanced computer
Prerequisite Skills: None.                                                numerical control programming for lathe and mill with emphasis on
Corequisites: None.                                                       the mill. Computer Numerical Control (CNC) codes are generated
Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                          by using Computer Aided Drafting/Computer Aided Manufacturing
Advisories: None.                                                         (CAD/CAM) software. (CSU)
This course is based on the skills and knowledge learned in MECH
50A, Introductory Machine Shop. The course combines the study of
machine tool theory blueprint reading, and related mathematics with
hands-on shop experience. Topics include advanced layout and use
of precision instruments and hand tools, advanced operation of drill
presses, grinding machines, lathes, sawing machines, with an em-
phasis on the milling machine. (CSU)
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                         MECH 060 Metal Trade Layout and Forming                     Units 5      MECH 069V Internship: Machine Tool
                         Prerequisites: None.                                                               Technology                                      Units 1-8
                         Prerequisite Skills: None.                                               Prerequisites: None.
                         Corequisites: None.                                                      Limitations on Enrollment: The student must enroll in a course that
                         Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                         is directly related in the machine tool technology internship. The
                         Advisories: None.                                                        student must enroll in a minimum of 7 units during the semester
                         This course is designed to teach skills in basic layout and forming to   including internship units. For summer session, the student must
                         better prepare the student for employment areas such as: machine         enroll in one related course in addition to internship. The com-
                         shop, heating and air conditioning, fabrication and maintenance          bined total number of units a student may take in internship, work
                         personnel in metal trade industries. (CSU)                               experience, and occupational practice may not exceed a maximum
                                                                                                  of 16 units. Participation requires submission and approval of in-
                         MECH 067A Elementary Machine Shop                           Units 4      ternship program objectives and an employer internship agreement.
                         Prerequisites: None.                                                     Advisories: GUID 30, 31, 32, 33.
                         Prerequisite Skills: None.                                               This course is designed for the student participating in an occupa-
                         Corequisites: None.                                                      tional internship in machine tool technology. Application of disci-
                         Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                         pline-related skills and knowledge of Secretaries Commission on
                         Advisories: None.                                                        Achieving Necessary Skills (SCANS) competencies is emphasized.
                         This course is an introduction to machine tool theory, blueprint         Each student is engaged in a specific research project or on-the-job
                         reading, and related mathematics with hands-on shop experience.          learning activities under the supervision of a worksite supervisor and
                         Subjects include precision instruments, hand tools, layout and the       a college internship instructor. (CSU)
                         operation of stationary power tools with an emphasis on the lathe.
                         Elementary Machine Shop (MECH 67A and MECH 67B) is equiva-               MECH 075          Selected Topics: Mechanical
                         lent to Introductory Machine Shop (MECH 50A). The student who                              Technology                  Units 0.5-4
                         successfully completes MECH 67A and MECH 67B may not receive             Prerequisites: None.
                         credit for MECH 50A. (CSU)                                               Prerequisite Skills: None.
                                                                                                  Corequisites: None.
                         MECH 067B Elementary Machine Shop                           Units 4      Limitations on Enrollment: None.
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                         Prerequisites: None.                                                     Advisories: None.
                         Prerequisite Skills: None.                                               This course is designed to offer instruction in one or more of the
                         Corequisites: None.                                                      specialized areas of mechanical technology not already covered by
                         Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                         the existing curriculum. Units in this course do not count toward an
                         Advisories: None.                                                        associate degree.
                         This course is an introduction to machine tool theory, blueprint
                         reading, and related mathematics with hands-on shop experience.          MECH 081A Refrigeration, Heating, and Air
                         Subjects include precision instruments, hand tools, layout and the
                         operation of machine tools with an emphasis on the lathe and milling
                                                                                                            Conditioning Specialization                       Units 3
                         machine. Elementary Machine Shop (MECH 67A and MECH 67B)                 Prerequisites: MECH 31C.
                         is equivalent to Introductory Machine Shop (MECH 50A). The               Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                         student who successfully completes MECH 67A and MECH 67B                 Advisories: None.
                         may not receive credit for MECH 50A. (CSU)                               This course is designed to assist the advanced student in gaining a
                                                                                                  greater knowledge of a specialized area of the refrigeration, heating,
                                                                                                  and air trade. The work covered is developed between the student
                         MECH 067C Machine Shop                                      Units 4      and the instructor at the beginning of the course.
                         Prerequisites: None.
                         Prerequisite Skills: None.
                         Corequisites: None.
                                                                                                  MECH 087A Machine Tool Technology
                         Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                                   Specialization                                    Units 3
                         Advisories: None.                                                        Prerequisites: None.
                         This course is designed to provide general machine tool theory,          Prerequisite Skills: 1. Machine tool operation skills.
                         blueprint reading, and related mathematics for the manufacturing of      Corequisites: None.
                         machine parts. Subjects include advanced layout, uses of precision       Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                         measuring instruments, and operation of drill presses, grinding          Advisories: None.
                         machines, lathes, milling machines, and saws. Machine Shop               This course is designed for the advanced student in machine technol-
                         (MECH 67C and MECH 67D) is equivalent to Beginning Machine               ogy. The student completes an advanced specialized project devel-
                         Shop (MECH 50B). The student who successfully completes                  oped in consultation with the instructor.
                         MECH 67C and MECH 67D may not receive credit for MECH 50B.
                         (CSU)                                                                    MECH 087B Machine Tool Specialization                       Units 5
                                                                                                  Prerequisites: None.
                         MECH 067D Machine Shop                                      Units 4      Prerequisite Skills: 1. Machine tool operation skills.
                         Prerequisites: None.                                                     Corequisites: None.
                         Prerequisite Skills: None.                                               Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                         Corequisites: None.                                                      Advisories: None.
                         Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                         This course is designed to assist the advanced student in gaining a
                         Advisories: None.                                                        greater knowledge of a specialized area of machine tool technology.
                         This course is designed to provide the student with theory and           Student objectives are developed between the student and the in-
                         application of machine tool operations. Subjects include advanced        structor at the beginning of the course.
                         lathe, milling machine, and related set-ups and tooling. (CSU)
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MECH 087C Air Conditioning, Refrigeration, and                           MECH 089B Metal Inert Gas (MIG) Welding Units 2
          Heating Specialization         Units 2-3                       Prerequisites: None.
Prerequisites: MECH 31C.                                                 Prerequisite Skills: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: This course requires instructor approval      Corequisites: None.
to enroll.                                                               Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.                                                        Advisories: None.
This course is designed for the advanced student in air conditioning,    This course is designed to emphasize the application of the Gas Metal
refrigeration, and heating (HVAC). The student completes an              (MIG) Welding. The course includes theory and practical applica-
advanced specialized project developed in consultation with the          tion of welding in a variety of positions on ferrous materials.
instructor.
                                                                         MECH 089C Tungsten Inert Gas (TIG)
MECH 088A Introductory Trade Welding                        Units 8                Welding                                           Units 2
Prerequisites: None.                                                     Prerequisites: None.
Prerequisite Skills: None.                                               Prerequisite Skills: None.
Corequisites: None.                                                      Corequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                         Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.                                                        Advisories: None.
This course is designed to introduce the theory and application of       This course is an open entry/exit course designed for the student who
metal joining and cutting processes in ferrous and nonferrous metals.    wishes to acquire skills in the tungsten inert gas (TIG) welding
Shielded metal arc welding (STICK) and oxy-acetylene cutting,            process.
welding and brazing processes are included.

MECH 088B Beginning Trade Welding                           Units 8                  MECHANICAL
Prerequisites: None.
Prerequisite Skills: None.
Corequisites: None.
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Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                                    APPRENTICESHIP




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Advisories: None.
This course is designed to introduce the theory and application of
metal joining process, metal cutting and arc welding processes, and      A-MEC 067A Elementary Machine Shop                          Units 4
joining for ferrous and nonferrous metals and alloys. Manipulative       Prerequisites: None.
skills in shielded metal arc welding processes are stressed. Emphasis    Limitations on Enrollment: Indentured Apprentice.
is placed on individual student goals in his/her related skill area.     Advisories: None.
                                                                         This course is an introduction to machine tool theory, blueprint
MECH 088C Intermediate Trade Welding                        Units 8      reading, and related mathematics with hands-on shop experience.
                                                                         Subjects include precision instruments, hand tools, layout and the
Prerequisites: None.
                                                                         operation of stationary power tools with an emphasis on the lathe.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                                                                         The student uses compute software to retrieve and plot project
Advisories: None.
                                                                         blueprints. (CSU)
This course is designed to introduce the theory and application of
metal joining and cutting processes in ferrous and nonferrous metals.    A-MEC 067B Elementary Machine Shop                          Units 4
Manipulative skills in metal inert gas (MIG) welding are stressed.       Prerequisites: None.
                                                                         Limitations on Enrollment: Indentured apprentice.
MECH 088D Advanced Trade Welding                            Units 8      Advisories: None.
Prerequisites: None.                                                     This course is designed to apply machine tool theory, blueprint
Prerequisite Skills: None.                                               reading, and related mathematics to lab exercises. Subjects include
Corequisites: None.                                                      precision instruments, hand tools, layout and the operation of lathes
Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                         and portable power tools. The student uses computer software to
Advisories: None.                                                        retrieve and plot project blueprints. (CSU)
This course is designed to the theory and application of metal joining
and cutting processes in ferrous and nonferrous materials. Manipu-       A-MEC 067C Machine Shop                                     Units 4
lative skills in tungsten inert gas (TIG) welding are stressed.          Prerequisites: None.
                                                                         Limitations on Enrollment: Indentured Apprentice.
MECH 089A Stick Welding                                     Units 2      Advisories: None.
Prerequisites: None.                                                     This course is designed to provide general machine tool theory,
Prerequisite Skills: None.                                               blueprint reading, and related mathematics for the manufacturing of
Corequisites: None.                                                      machine parts. Subjects include advanced layout, use of precision
Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                         measuring instruments, operation of drill presses, grinding ma-
Advisories: None.                                                        chines, lathes, vertical milling machines, and saws. The student uses
This course is an open entry/exit course designed for the student who    compute software to retrieve and plot project blueprints. (CSU)
wishes to acquire skills in the shielded metal arc welding (STICK)
process.                                                                 A-MEC 067D Machine Shop                                     Units 4
                                                                         Prerequisites: None.
                                                                         Limitations on Enrollment: Indentured Apprentice.
                                                                         Advisories: None.
                                                                         This course is designed to provide the student with theory and
                                                                         application of advanced machine tool operations. Subjects include
                                                                         advanced lathe, vertical mill, horizontal mill, dividing head and
                                                                         rotary table applications. The student uses compute software to
                                                                         retrieve and plot project blueprints. (CSU)
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                         A-MEC 074A Basic Welding                                      Units 2      MUSIC 003B Beginning Theory and
                         Prerequisites: None.                                                                  Musicianship                                    Units 4
                         Limitations on Enrollment: Indentured Apprentice.                          Prerequisites: MUSIC 3A.
                         Advisories: None.                                                          Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                         This course is designed to introduce basic welding skills. The course      Advisories: None.
                         includes the basic theory, practice and application of arc welding and     This course is the study of a four-part writing in common practice
                         of oxy-acetylene cutting and welding.                                      style including primary and secondary triads and their inversions and
                                                                                                    resolutions. Included is simple chromatic sevenths and modulation
                         A-MEC 074B Machine Shop                                       Units 2      to the near key. Keyboard and aural training is included. (UC, CSU,
                         Prerequisites: None.                                                       CAN MUS 4, CAN MUS SEQ A with both MUS 3A and MUS 3B)
                         Limitations on Enrollment: Indentured Apprentice.
                         Advisories: None.                                                          MUSIC 003C Intermediate Theory and
                         This course is designed to introduce fundamental machine shop                         Musicianship                                    Units 4
                         practices. The course includes safety procedures, lathe operation,         Prerequisites: MUSIC 3B.
                         mill operation, drilling operations, and print reading.                    Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                                                                                                    Advisories: None.
                                                                                                    This course is a theoretical and aural study of Bach two-part
                                                                                                    inventions, chromatic harmony and modulation, augmented sixth
                                                   MUSIC                                            chords, Neapolitan sixth, chromatic sevenths, and enharmonic di-
                                                                                                    minished seventh chords. Included is keyboard harmony with a
                         MUSIC 001         Music Fundamentals                          Units 3      minimum keyboard Bach invention and four-part harmony. (UC,
                                                                                                    CSU)
                         Prerequisites: Reading level II.
                         Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                         Advisories: None.                                                          MUSIC 003D Advanced Theory and
                         This course is designed for the student who wants a beginning                         Musicianship                                    Units 4
                         background in the theory of music. No knowledge of music or music          Prerequisites: MUSIC 3C.
                         theory is assumed. The course includes: basic musical notation,            Limitations on Enrollment: None.
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                         rhythm and meter, major and minor scales, major and minor key              Advisories: None.
                         signatures, intervals and inversions, triads (major, minor, dimin-         This course is a theoretical and aural study of advanced chromatic
                         ished and augmented), some seventh chords, inversions of triads and        theory, the fugue, impressionistic techniques, and early 20th century
                         seventh chords, elementary formal and harmonic analysis, and ear           harmonic techniques. It also includes a study of the basic two-and
                         training for all of the above, plus some sight reading and melodic         three-part forms, the Rondo forms, and the Sonata Allegro from the
                         dictation. Some knowledge of keyboard will be included. This is            classical period to the present. (UC, CSU)
                         NOT a music major course. (UC, CSU)
                                                                                                    MUSIC 004         Exploring Music                           Units 3
                         MUSIC 002A Music History from                                              Prerequisites: None.
                                    Antiquity to 1750                                  Units 3      Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                         Prerequisites: None.                                                       Advisories: None.
                         Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                           This course is an exploration of growth and development of music
                         Advisories: None.                                                          from the 17th Century to the present. This course includes forms and
                         This course is a critical and analytical study of western historical       styles used in Western art and surveys those factors influencing
                         sources, selected musical works, and composers of the period from          popular, rock, and commercial music as well as music used for live
                         antiquity through 1750. The student learns to compare and contrast         theater and in films. This is not a music major course. (UC, CSU)
                         musical genres of the medieval, renaissance, and baroque periods.
                         (UC, CSU, CAN MUS 8)                                                       MUSIC 005         Selected Topics: Music                 Units 1-2
                                                                                                    Prerequisites: None.
                         MUSIC 002B Music History from 1750                                         Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                                    to the Present                                     Units 3      Advisories: None.
                                                                                                    This course is designed to enable the College to offer instruction in
                         Prerequisites: None.
                                                                                                    one of the specialized areas of music not already covered by existing
                         Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                                                                                                    curriculum. (CSU)
                         Advisories: None.
                         This course is a critical and analytical study of western historical
                         sources, selected musical works, and composers of the period from          MUSIC 007 Excursions in Music of Our World Units 3
                         1750 to the present. The student learns to compare and contrast            Prerequisites: None.
                         musical genres of the classical, romantic, and contemporary periods.       Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                         (UC, CSU)                                                                  Advisories: None.
                                                                                                    This course is a survey of non-western music. It addresses cultures
                                                                                                    that exhibit a minimum of western (European and American) influ-
                         MUSIC 003A Introduction to Theory and                                      ence from major geographic regions of the world including Austra-
                                    Musicianship                                       Units 4      lia, China, Japan, Indonesia, India, Turkey, the Arabic Middle East,
                         Prerequisites: None.                                                       eastern and western central Africa, South America, and native North
                         Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                           America. (CSU)
                         Advisories: None.
                         This course is the study of the intervals, major and minor triads, their
                         connections and applications to simple diatonic melodies, the domi-
                         nant seventh chord and its resolutions, the common chord modula-
                         tions, ear training, interval recognition, and melodic and rhythmic
                         dictation. (UC, CSU, CAN MUS 2, CAN MUS SEQ A with both
                         MUSIC 3A and MUSIC 3B)
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MUSIC 008         Exploring Jazz, Ragtime, and                          MUSIC 017M            Concert Choir                         Units 1
                  Blues                                    Units 3      Prerequisites: Completion of four semesters of MUSIC 17; concur-
Prerequisites: Reading level II.                                        rent enrollment in MUSIC 40A or 40B or 40C or 40D.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                        Limitations on Enrollment: Qualified performer.
Advisories: None.                                                       Advisories: None.
This course is a survey of musical history and literature of jazz,      This course is designed to develop the art of singing in the large
ragtime, and blues in the United States. The course pursues an in-      choral ensemble. This ensemble stresses the singing of choral
depth study of the genres, styles, and musical personalities involved   masterworks for the large choir from all historical periods. Sight-
in this unique American art form from the late nineteenth-century to    reading and proper vocal technique are also stressed. The student
the present. (UC, CSU)                                                  may receive credit in this course for a maximum of two semesters.
                                                                        (UC, CSU)
MUSIC 012A Class Voice                                      Units 1
Prerequisites: Reading level II.                                        MUSIC 018         Delta Chorale                            Units 1
Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                        Prerequisites: Qualified performer.
Advisories: None.                                                       Limitations on Enrollment: None.
This course is the development of techniques for the solo voice. The    Advisories: None.
principles of posture, breathing, diction, vocal anatomy, tone pro-     This course is a choral ensemble for the community singer wishing
duction, and presentation of one’s self in public performances are      to further knowledge of choral repertoire and vocal technique, and to
stressed. Individual performance in class is a requirement. (UC,        enhance ensemble singing skills. The course stresses the study and
CSU)                                                                    performance of major works from the standard choral repertoire.
                                                                        The student may receive credit in this course for a maximum of four
MUSIC 012B Class Voice                                      Units 1     semesters. (UC, CSU)
Prerequisites: MUSIC 12A.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                        MUSIC 020         Voice for Musical Theatre                 Units 1
Advisories: None.                                                       Prerequisites: None.
This course is the development of techniques for the solo voice. The    Limitations on Enrollment: None.
principles of posture, breathing, diction, vocal anatomy, tone pro-     Advisories: None.




                                                                                                                                                Description of Courses
duction, and presentation of one’s self in public performances are      This course is the study and development of vocal production
stressed. Individual performance in class is a requirement. (UC,        techniques for the musical theatre performer. The principles of
CSU)                                                                    posture, breathing, diction, vocal anatomy, tone production, and
                                                                        presentation of one’s self in public performances are stressed.
MUSIC 015         Delta Singers                            Units 1      Individual performance is a requirement of the class. (UC, CSU)
Prerequisites: None.
Corequisites: Concurrent enrollment in MUSIC 17 or 17M.                 MUSIC 026         Symphonic Band                         Units 1-2
Limitations on Enrollment: Qualified performer.                         Prerequisites: None.
Advisories: None.                                                       Limitations on Enrollment: Qualified performer.
This course is designed to develop the art of singing in the small      Advisories: None.
choral ensemble. The choir consists of 20-30 members and includes       This course is dedicated to the rehearsal and performance of sym-
the singing of choral masterworks from all historical periods for the   phonic band literature with emphasis on sight-reading and public
chamber choir. Sight-reading and proper vocal technique are also        performance. The student may receive credit in this course for a
stressed. The student may receive credit in this course for a           maximum of four semesters. (UC, CSU)
maximum of four semesters. (UC, CSU)
                                                                        MUSIC 026M            Symphonic Band                     Units 1-2
MUSIC 015M            Delta Singers                         Units 1     Prerequisites: Completion of four semesters of MUSIC 26; concur-
Prerequisites: Completion of four semesters of MUSIC 15.                rent enrollment in MUSIC 40A or 40B or 40C or 40D.
Corequisites: Concurrent enrollment in MUSIC 17 or 17M; con-            Limitations on Enrollment: Qualified performer.
current enrollment in MUSIC 40A or 40B or 40C or 40D.                   Advisories: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: Qualified performer.                         This course is dedicated to the rehearsal and performance of sym-
Advisories: None.                                                       phonic band literature with emphasis on sight-reading and public
This course is designed to develop the art of singing in the small      performance. The student may receive credit in this course for a
choral ensemble. The choir consists of 20-30 members and includes       maximum of two semesters. (UC, CSU)
the singing of choral masterworks from all historical periods for the
chamber choir. Sight-reading and proper vocal techniques are also       MUSIC 027         Orchestra                              Units 1-2
stressed. The student may receive credit in this course for a           Prerequisites: Qualified performer.
maximum of two semesters. (UC, CSU)                                     Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                                                                        Advisories: None.
MUSIC 017         Concert Choir                            Units 1      This course is dedicated to the rehearsal and performance of orches-
Prerequisites: None.                                                    tral literature with emphasis on sight reading and public perfor-
Limitations on Enrollment: Qualified performer.                         mance. The student may receive credit in this course for a maximum
Advisories: None.                                                       of four semesters. (UC, CSU)
This course is designed to develop the art of singing in the large
choral ensemble. This ensemble stresses singing of choral master-       MUSIC 028         Concert Band                             Units 1
works for the large choir from all historical periods. Sight-reading    Prerequisites: None.
and proper vocal technique are also stressed. The student may           Limitations on Enrollment: Qualified performer.
receive credit in this course for a maximum of four semesters. (UC,     Advisories: None.
CSU)                                                                    This course is dedicated to the rehearsal and performance of concert
                                                                        band literature with emphasis on sight reading and public perfor-
                                                                        mance. The student may receive credit in this course for a maximum
                                                                        of four semesters. (CSU)
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                         MUSIC 029         Jazz Band                               Units 1-2      MUSIC 036C            Class Piano                           Units 1
                         Prerequisites: None.                                                     Prerequisites: MUSIC 36B.
                         Limitations on Enrollment: Qualified performer.                          Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                         Advisories: None.                                                        Advisories: None.
                         This course is dedicated to the rehearsal and performance of jazz        This course is the continuation of study for the student who wishes
                         band literature with emphasis on sight-reading and public perfor-        to play the piano for enjoyment and pleasure, or who needs to use the
                         mance. The course includes concentration on the techniques and           instrument as a future elementary classroom teacher. (UC, CSU)
                         styles of jazz, jazz-rock, and improvisation. The student may receive
                         credit for this course for a maximum of four semesters. (UC, CSU)        MUSIC 036D            Class Piano                           Units 1
                                                                                                  Prerequisites: MUSIC 36C.
                         MUSIC 029M            Jazz Band                           Units 1-2      Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                         Prerequisites: Completion of four semesters of MUSIC 29; concur-         Advisories: None.
                         rent enrollment in MUSIC 40A or 40B or 40C or 40D.                       This course is the continuation of study for the student who wishes
                         Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                         to play the piano for enjoyment and pleasure, or who needs to use the
                         Advisories: Qualified performer.                                         instrument as a future elementary classroom teacher. (UC, CSU)
                         This course is dedicated to the rehearsal and performance of jazz
                         band literature with emphasis on sight-reading and public perfor-        MUSIC 038         Class Piano for Music Majors              Units 1
                         mance. The course includes concentration on the techniques and           Prerequisites: MUSIC 3D, or concurrent enrollment in MUSIC 3A
                         styles of jazz, jazz-rock, and improvisation. The student may receive    or 3B or 3C or 3D.
                         credit for this course for a maximum of two semesters. (UC, CSU)         Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                                                                                                  Advisories: None.
                         MUSIC 030A            Class Guitar                          Units 1      This course is designed to develop bsic keyboarding, sight-reading,
                         Prerequisites: None.                                                     improvisation, and performance skills for the student majoring in
                         Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                         music. The course develops the skills necessary for satisfactory
                         Advisories: None.                                                        completion of the piano proficiency examinations. The student may
                         This course is a first course in development of techniques for the       receive credit in this course for a maximum of four semesters. (UC,
                         guitar. There is an emphasis on building chord vocabulary sufficient     CSU)
Description of Courses




                         to accompany wide vocal ranges and learning to read music. (UC,
                         CSU)                                                                     MUSIC 040A            Applied Music                         Units 1
                                                                                                  Prerequisites: Completion of MUSIC 3D; or concurrent enrollment
                         MUSIC 030B            Class Guitar                          Units 1      in MUSIC 3A, or 3B, or 3C, or 3D.
                         Prerequisites: MUSIC 30A.                                                Corequisites: Concurrent enrollment in MUSIC 15 or 15M or 17
                         Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                         or 17M or 26 or 26M or 27 or 27M or 29 or 29M.
                         Advisories: None.                                                        Limitations on Enrollment: Qualified performer.
                         This course is a second course in guitar. The course includes upper      Advisories: None.
                         position chord routines, transposition, notation, solo playing, and      This course is designed for individual, applied study of the student’s
                         essentials of the classic guitar. (UC, CSU)                              principal performing medium and is an integral component for the
                                                                                                  developing musician. The course focuses on development of indi-
                         MUSIC 032         Studio Arts Ensemble                      Units 1      vidual performance skills, as well as solo and orchestral repertoire
                         Prerequisites: Qualified performer.                                      for the first semester music major. The student completes a mini-
                         Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                         mum of fifteen private lessons per semester and one hour of class
                         Advisories: None.                                                        instruction per week. (UC, CSU)
                         This course is designed for the student interested in the field of
                         commercial music and entertainment. The ensemble consists of             MUSIC 040B            Applied Music                         Units 1
                         singer, backup instrumentalists, and technical crew who work to-         Prerequisites: Completion of MUSIC 40A; completion of MUSIC
                         gether to study and perform selected musical arrangements. Oppor-        3D or concurrent enrollment in MUSIC 3A or 3B or 3C or 3D.
                         tunity for solo singing is frequent. The course stresses the study and   Corequisites: Concurrent enrollment in MUSIC 15 or 15M or 17
                         performance of the unique American idioms of vocal jazz and songs        or 17M or 26 or 26M or 27 or 27M or 29 or 29M.
                         of the American Musical Theater. The study of proper vocal               Limitations on Enrollment: Qualified performer.
                         technique, stage presence, and stage movement are also stressed.         Advisories: None.
                         The student may receive credit for this course for a maximum of four     This course is designed for individual, applied study of the student’s
                         semesters. (CSU)                                                         principal performing medium and is an integral component for the
                         MUSIC 036A            Class Piano                           Units 1      developing musician. The course focuses on development of indi-
                         Prerequisites: None.                                                     vidual performance skills, as well as solo and orchestral repertoire
                         Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                         for the second semester music major. The student completes a
                         Advisories: None.                                                        minimum of fifteen private lessons per semester and one hour of
                         This course is designed for the student who wishes to play the piano     class instruction per week. (UC, CSU)
                         for enjoyment and pleasure or who needs to use the instrument as a
                         future elementary school teacher. (UC, CSU)

                         MUSIC 036B Class Piano                                      Units 1
                         Prerequisites: MUSIC 36A.
                         Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                         Advisories: None.
                         This course is the continuation of study for the student who wish to
                         continue to play the piano for enjoyment and pleasure or who needs
                         to use the instrument as a future elementary school teacher. (UC,
                         CSU)
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MUSIC 040C            Applied Music                           Units 1      MUSIC 043B Advanced Digital Audio
Prerequisites: Completion of MUSIC 40A; completion of MUSIC                           Workstation                                       Units 3
3D or concurrent enrollment in MUSIC 3A or 3B or 3C or 3D.                 Prerequisites: MUSIC-043A Digital Audio Workstations each with
Corequisites: Concurrent enrollment in MUSIC 15 or 15M or 17               a grade of “C” or better and.
or 17M or 26 or 26M or 27 or 27M or 29 or 29M.                             Prerequisite Skills: 1. Advanced computer literacy. 2. Knowledge
Limitations on Enrollment: Qualified performer.                            of music fundamentals..
Advisories: None.                                                          Corequisites: None.
This course is designed for individual, applied study of the student’s     Limitations on Enrollment: None.
principal performing medium and is an integral component for the           Advisories: None.
developing musician. The course focuses on development of indi-            This course is the advanced production of audio, music, and sound
vidual performance skills, as well as solo and orchestral repertoire       utilizing a computer based Musical Instrument Digital Interface
for the third semester music major. The student completes a                (MIDI)/Digital Audio Workstation (DAW) production environ-
minimum of fifteen private lessons per semester and one hour of            ment. Topics will include recording live sound, editing, plug-ins,
class instruction per week. (UC, CSU)                                      surround sound, mastering, data compression, and authoring content
                                                                           for compact disc, DVD, broadcast, video gaming, and Internet.
MUSIC 040D            Applied Music                           Units 1      (CSU)
Prerequisites: Completion of MUSIC 40C; completion of MUSIC
3D or concurrent enrollment in MUSIC 3A, or 3B, or 3C, or 3D.              MUSIC 050H            Special Studies: Music               Units 1-2
Corequisites: Concurrent enrollment in MUSIC 15 or 15M or 17               Prerequisites: Completion of survey course with grade of “B” or
or 17M or 26 or 26M or 27 or 27M or 29 or 29M.                             better and presentation of a project acceptable to the instructor and
Limitations on Enrollment: Qualified performer.                            division chairperson.
Advisories: None.                                                          Limitations on Enrollment: None.
This course is designed for individual, applied study of the student’s     Advisories: None.
principal performing medium and is an integral component for the           This course is open to all the student qualified to do advanced work
developing musician. The course focuses on development of indi-            in the field. The course includes research, directed reading, field
vidual performance skills, as well as solo and orchestral repertoire       work or other advanced study, and the course may be repeated for a
for the fourth semester music major. The student completes a               maximum total of four units. (UC, CSU)
minimum of fifteen private lessons per semester and one hour of




                                                                                                                                                     Description of Courses
class instruction per week. Students may receive credit in this course     MUSIC 051         Woodwind Ensemble                          Units 1
for a maximum of three semesters. (UC, CSU)                                Prerequisites: None.
                                                                           Limitations on Enrollment: Qualified performer.
MUSIC 042         Audio Recording Techniques                  Units 3      Advisories: None.
Prerequisites: None.                                                       This course is dedicated to the rehearsal and performance of wood-
Prerequisite Skills: 1. Basic computer literacy. 2. Knowledge of           wind literature for various combinations of chamber ensembles such
music fundamentals..                                                       as duets, trios, and quartets. The course includes sight-reading and
Corequisites: None.                                                        public performance. The student may receive credit in this course for
Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                           a maximum of four semesters. (UC, CSU)
Advisories: MUSIC-001.
This course is an introduction to the principles and practices of studio   MUSIC 052         Brass Ensemble                             Units 1
recording. Topics covered include: acoustics and the physical              Prerequisites: None.
properties of sound, basic recording techniques, studio protocol,          Limitations on Enrollment: Qualified performer.
mixing consoles, microphone selection and placement, multi-track           Advisories: None.
recording, audio processing, mixing, and current industry produc-          This course is dedicated to the rehearsal and performance of brass
tion values. (CSU)                                                         literature for various combinations of chamber ensembles such as
                                                                           duets, trios, and quartets. The course includes sight-reading and
MUSIC 043A Digital Audio Workstations                         Units 3      public performance. The student may receive credit for this course
Prerequisites: MUSIC-041 Introduction to Media Arts, Music and             for a maximum of four semesters. (UC, CSU)
Recording Technology each with a grade of “C” or better.
Prerequisite Skills: 1. Advanced computer literacy. 2. Knowledge           MUSIC 053         Percussion Ensemble                        Units 1
of music fundamentals..                                                    Prerequisites: None.
Corequisites: None.                                                        Limitations on Enrollment: Qualified performer.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                           Advisories: None.
Advisories: None.                                                          This course is dedicated to the rehearsal and performance of percus-
This course is a study of the production of audio and music utilizing      sion literature for various combinations of chamber ensembles such
a computer based production environment. Topics will include data          as duets, trios, and quartets. The course includes sight-reading and
entry, recording live sound, editing, plug-ins, mastering, and mixing      public performance. The student may receive credit in this course for
for compact disc, picture, and radio. (CSU)                                a maximum of four semesters. (UC, CSU)

                                                                           MUSIC 057         Guitar Ensemble                            Units 1
                                                                           Prerequisites: None.
                                                                           Limitations on Enrollment: Qualified peformer.
                                                                           Advisories: None.
                                                                           This course is dedicated to the rehearsal and performance of guitar
                                                                           literature for various combinations such as duets, trios, and quartets.
                                                                           The course includes sight reading and public performance. (UC,
                                                                           CSU)
                         264                                                                                             SECTION IV, Description of Courses
                         MUSIC 058         String Ensemble                           Units 1      MUSIC 104         Meet the Maestro: Exploring Musical
                         Prerequisites: None.                                                                       Literature for Seniors        Units 0
                         Limitations on Enrollment: Qualified performer.                          Prerequisites: None.
                         Advisories: None.                                                        Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                         This course is dedicated to the rehearsal and performance of string      Advisories: None.
                         literature for various combinations of chamber ensembles such as         This course is designed to allow students to explore musical litera-
                         duets, trios, and quartets. The course includes sight-reading and        ture. The course includes discussion and demonstration of genres
                         public performance. The student may receive credit in this course for    and styles from various periods of musical composition. The focus
                         a maximum of four semesters. (UC, CSU)                                   of the course is on the development of listening techniques and skills
                                                                                                  of aural analysis through participation in lectures and attendance at
                         MUSIC 061         Studio Band                               Units 1      musical performances.
                         Prerequisites: None.
                         Limitations on Enrollment: Qualified performer.                          MUSIC 115         Delta Singers for Seniors                 Units 0
                         Advisories: None.                                                        Prerequisites: Qualified performer.
                         This course is dedicated to the rehearsal and performance of com-        Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                         mercial band literature with emphasis on sight reading and public        Advisories: None.
                         performance. The student may receive credit in this course for a         This course is designed to develop the art of singing in the small
                         maximum of four semesters. (UC, CSU)                                     choral ensemble. The choir will consist of 20-30 members and
                                                                                                  includes the singing of choral masterworks from all historical
                         MUSIC 063         Jazz Improvisation                        Units 1      periods for the chamber choir. Sight-reading and proper vocal
                         Prerequisites: None.                                                     techniques are also be stressed.
                         Limitations on Enrollment: Qualified performer.
                         Advisories: None.                                                        MUSIC 117         Concert Choir for Seniors                 Units 0
                         This course is dedicated to the theory and practice of the fundamen-     Prerequisites: Qualified performer.
                         tals of jazz improvisation. The course will include development of       Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                         performance skills, musicianship, jazz styles, and musical creativity.   Advisories: None.
                         The student may receive credit in this course for a maximum of four      This course is designed to develop the art of singing in the large
Description of Courses




                         semesters. (UC, CSU)                                                     choral ensemble. This ensemble stresses the singing of choral
                                                                                                  masterworks for the large choir from all historical periods. Sight-
                         MUSIC 064         Jazz Combo                                Units 1      reading and proper vocal technique are be stressed.
                         Prerequisites: Qualified performer.
                         Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                         MUSIC 118         Delta Chorale for Seniors                 Units 0
                         Advisories: None.                                                        Prerequisites: Qualified performer.
                         This course is dedicated to rehearsal and performance of literature      Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                         for small jazz combo. Included in the jazz combo are piano, bass, and    Advisories: None.
                         drums as well as various other solo instruments. Emphasis includes       This course is a choral ensemble for the community singer wishing
                         improvisation, sight-reading, and performance. The student may           to further knowledge of choral repertoire and vocal technique, and to
                         receive credit in this course for a maximum of four semesters. (UC,      enhance ensemble singing skills. The Delta Chorale stresses the
                         CSU)                                                                     study and performance of major works from the standard choral
                                                                                                  repertoire. Previous choral experience is recommended.
                         MUSIC 080 Selected Topics: Music                        Units 0.5-3
                         Prerequisites: None; exempt from assessment testing.                     MUSIC 126         Symphonic Band for Seniors                Units 0
                         Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                         Prerequisites: Qualified performer.
                         Advisories: None.                                                        Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                         This course is designed to offer instruction in one or more of the       Advisories: None.
                         specialized areas of music not already covered by the existing           This course is dedicated to the rehearsal and performance of sym-
                         curriculum. Units in this course do not count toward an associate        phonic band literature with emphasis on sight reading and public
                         degree.                                                                  performance.

                         MUSIC 101         Piano for Older Adult                     Units 0      MUSIC 127         Orchestra for Seniors                     Units 0
                         Prerequisites: None.                                                     Prerequisites: Qualified performer.
                         Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                         Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                         Advisories: None.                                                        Advisories: None.
                         This course is designed to give the students an opportunity to work      This course is dedicated to the rehearsal and performance of orches-
                         with the piano. Emphasis will be working as an individual as well as     tral literature with emphasis on sight reading and public perfor-
                         in ensemble settings.                                                    mance.

                         MUSIC 102         Creative Seniors: Music                   Units 0      MUSIC 128         Concert Band for Seniors                  Units 0
                         Prerequisites: None.                                                     Prerequisites: None.
                         Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                         Limitations on Enrollment: Qualified Performer.
                         Advisories: None.                                                        Advisories: None.
                         This course is designed to give the students an opportunity to work      This course is dedicated to the rehearsal and performance of concert
                         with a number of studio instruments. Emphasis work as an indi-           band literature with emphasis on sight reading and public perfor-
                         vidual as well as in ensemble settings.                                  mance.
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MUSIC 129          Jazz Band for Seniors                       Units 0      NURS 002 Introduction to Medical/
Prerequisites: Qualified performer.                                                  Surgical Nursing                                  Units 4.5
Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                            Prerequisites: NURS 1 with a grade of “C” or better and concur-
Advisories: None.                                                           rent enrollment in NURS 3.
This course is dedicated to the rehearsal and performance of jazz           Limitations on Enrollment: Admission into the Associate Degree
band literature with emphasis on sight reading and public perfor-           Nursing Program.
mance. The course includes concentration on the techniques and              Advisories: None.
styles of jazz, jazz-rock, and improvisation.                               This course is designed to introduce the concepts and principles of
                                                                            Medical-Surgical Nursing. The concepts of wholistic care are
MUSIC 161          Studio Band for Seniors                     Units 0      considered as the basis of providing nursing care to the adult in
Prerequisites: None.                                                        varying stages of the life cycle. Placement on the health-illness
Limitations on Enrollment: Qualified performer.                             continuum is assessed in terms of cardiovascular, gastrointestinal,
Advisories: None.                                                           and pharmacological considerations. The role of the professional
This course is dedicated to the rehearsal and performance of com-           nurse in planning and providing nursing care by utilizing the nursing
mercial band literature with emphasis on sight reading and public           process is reinforced. Legal and ethical factors inherent in nursing
performance.                                                                care are introduced. Clinical experiences focus on the normal
                                                                            changes that occur during the aging process, actual and potential
                                                                            problems associated with chronic and/or non-critical illness, pain
                                                                            management, and oncology. The student learns to assess the health
     NATURAL RESOURCES                                                      status of the individual and provide care to selected adults in acute,
                                                                            long-term, and community health care settings. (CSU)

N R 002      Conservation of Natural Resources                 Units 3      NURS 003 Administration of Medication                        Units 3
Prerequisites: Reading level II.                                            Prerequisites: BIOL 33, or BIOL 31 and BIOL 32, BIOL 22, FCS 6,
Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                            ENG 1A.
Advisories: None.                                                           Limitations on Enrollment: Admission into the Associate Degree
This course is designed to examine the need, importance, and                Nursing Program.
philosophy of conservation of natural resources in our contemporary




                                                                                                                                                      Description of Courses
                                                                            Advisories: None.
world. Human dependency on resources and an understanding of                This course is designed to present guidelines for current medication
ecological principles and natural systems are emphasized. Topics            administration practices for the individual throughout the health-
include natural resource classification; history, importance, and           illness continuum. The course utilizes the nursing process to present
methods of conservation; resource management issues; citizens’              a wholistic approach to medication-related patient care and teaching
roles in conservation; and prospects for the future. Current environ-       through the adult years of the life cycle. Ethical and legal aspects of
mental issues are discussed from local, national, and global perspec-       medication administration in the community and society are in-
tives. The course is designed to increase student’s awareness of the        cluded. The role of the nurse in drug dosage calculation is empha-
importance of conservation of natural resources as a social and             sized. (CSU)
behavioral science and to increase student’s participation in natural
resource conservation. (UC, CSU)
                                                                            NURS 004 Beginning Medical/Surgical
                                                                                     Nursing                                           Units 5.5
                                                                            Prerequisites: NURS 2 and NURS 3 or H S 3 with a grade of “C”
                                                                            or better.
                       NURSING                                              Limitations on Enrollment: Admission into the Associate Degree
                                                                            Nursing Program.
NURS 001 Introduction to Nursing                             Units 4.5      Advisories: None.
Prerequisites: ANAT 2 or ANAT 1 and PHYSI 1, MICRO 2, FCS 6,                This course is designed to provide learning experiences directed
ENG 1A; concurrent enrollment in NURS 3.                                    toward restoration and maintenance of optimal health of the adult in
Limitations on Enrollment: Admission into the Associate Degree              the acute and non-traditional health care setting within a culturally
Nursing Program.                                                            diverse community. The concept of wholism, integrated into the
Advisories: None.                                                           nursing process, is utilized as a means to facilitate interventions in
This course is designed to present the concepts and principles of           adults experiencing chronic and acute health problems. The theoreti-
nursing practice. Development and practical application of the              cal content includes immunology and hematology, ethical-legal
concepts of wholism with emphasis upon the biological, psychologi-          aspects of medication administration, and concepts pertinent to the
cal, sociological, cultural, and spiritual needs of the individual client   neurological, genitourinary, respiratory, endocrine, and musculosk-
as a member of the community and society is integrated throughout           eletal systems. The expanded role of the nurse as a collaborative
the course. The nursing process is introduced as a method to be used        member of the health care team is emphasized. (CSU)
in the planning and evaluation of nursing care for adult and/or
geriatric clients. The ethical and legal aspects of professional
nursing, trends in nursing, and the basic pharmacological consider-
ations inherent in providing nursing are discussed. The principles of
patient teaching and the documentation of patient care are intro-
duced. Clinical experiences focus upon the actual and potential
problems of the adult with chronic and/or non-critical illness. The
student learns to meet basic human needs of selected individuals in
the Skills Laboratory, extended care, acute care, and community
health settings. (CSU)
                         266                                                                                                SECTION IV, Description of Courses
                         NURS 005 Mental Health Nursing                                 Units 4      proaches in providing nursing care to individuals of varying ages
                         Prerequisites: NURS 2 and NURS 3 or H S 3 with a grade of “C”               with complex health care needs in an acute care environment.
                         or better.                                                                  Concepts related to organization, patient care management, and
                         Limitations on Enrollment: Admission into the Associate Degree              leadership are included with the use of the nursing process. Empha-
                         Nursing Program.                                                            sis is placed on patient care outcomes and professional accountabil-
                         Advisories: None.                                                           ity and responsibility. Professional issues, trends, and roles are also
                         This course is designed to present mental health principles to assist       presented. (CSU)
                         the nursing student in developing an increased understanding of
                         human behavior, therapeutic communication, anxiety, psychiatric             NURS 010 Community-Based Nursing                             Units 2
                         disorders, psychopharmacology, chemical dependency, personality             Prerequisites: NURS 6 and NURS 7 with a grade of “C” or better.
                         disorders, domestic violence, sexual assault, and mental status             Limitations on Enrollment: Admission to the program.
                         assessment. With emphasis on a wholistic, collaborative model,              Advisories: None.
                         clinical experiences are offered in private, public and community           This course is designed to provide theoretical and clinical ap-
                         psychiatric agencies where psychiatric care is provided to a cultur-        proaches in providing nursing care to inidividuals of varying ages,
                         ally diverse population. (CSU)                                              with complex health care needs. Nursing care is provided in the
                                                                                                     community, in clients homes, where they work, and where they play.
                         NURS 006 Nursing The Childrearing Family                       Units 4      Critical thinking skills are emphasized and outcomes are measured
                         Prerequisites: NURS 4 and NURS 5 with a grade of “C” or better.             using the Nursing Process. (CSU)
                         Limitations on Enrollment: Admission into the Associate Degree
                         Nursing Program.                                                            NURS 011 Selected Topics: Acute
                         Advisories: None.                                                                    Nursing Care                                        Units 3
                         This course is designed to utilize the theme of wholism and the             Prerequisites: None.
                         nursing process in the study of well and ill children from the neonatal     Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                         to adolescent periods. Care of the childrearing family in health, acute     Advisories: None.
                         and chronic illness, and in grief is discussed. The role of the pediatric   This course is designed to assist licensed nursing personnel to update
                         nurse in acute and structured settings, principles of growth and            themselves in the care of acutely ill patients. Topics include such
                         development, and ethical-legal issues are integrated in the course          areas as cardiovascular, renal, respiratory, neurological, orthopedic,
                         content. (CSU)
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                                                                                                     burns, oncology, pediatrics, and geriatrics. The course may be
                                                                                                     repeated for credit each five years. (CSU)
                         NURS 007 Intermediate Medical/Surgical
                                  Nursing                                             Units 5.5      NURS 012 Mobile Intensive Care Nursing                       Units 5
                         Prerequisites: NURS 4 and NURS 5 with a grade of “C” or better.             Prerequisites: RN with valid license; 1 year of experience or cur-
                         Limitations on Enrollment: Admission into the Associate Degree              rently working in an emergency room or critical care unit; current
                         Nursing Program.                                                            CPR or ACLS; successful completion of H S 34A; basic EKG inter-
                         Advisories: None.                                                           pretation.
                         This course is designed to introduce the student to the expanded role       Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                         of emergency and critical care nursing. Theoretical and clinical            Advisories: None.
                         approaches to nursing care of the severely compromised individual           This course is designed to provide didactic instruction and field
                         through the resuscitative, critical, and restorative phases of acute        training in the performance and supervision of pre-hospital advanced
                         illness are presented. Analysis of the etiology and effect of biologi-      emergency care. The course meets requirements recommended by
                         cal, psychological, spiritual, and cultural influences of acute injury      the State of California for mobile intensive care nurses. (CSU)
                         to the core organs of the neurological, cardiovascular, and respira-
                         tory systems is utilized in the priority and delivery of comprehensive      NURS 015 Critical Care Nursing                              Units 10
                         nursing care. The collaborative role of the nurse in preventive care        Prerequisites: NURS 25 or 38.
                         and maintenance of optimal wellness is discussed. (CSU)                     Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                                                                                                     Advisories: None.
                         NURS 008 Nursing of The Childbearing                                        This course is a critical care course designed to assist the licensed
                                  Family                                                Units 4      nurse in acquiring current knowledge and skills necessary in the care
                         Prerequisites: NURS 6 and NURS 7 with a grade of “C” or better.             of the critically ill. (CSU)
                         Limitations on Enrollment: Admission into the Associate Degree
                         Nursing Program.                                                            NURS 050 Independent Study:
                         Advisories: None.                                                                    Nursing Issues                                    Units 1-6
                         This course is designed to focus on the integration of wholistic            Prerequisites: NURS-001 Fundamentals of Nursing each with a
                         concepts and principles from social, behavioral, and biological             grade of “C” or better.
                         sciences to prepare students to provide nursing care for childbearing       Prerequisite Skills: None.
                         families in acute and home/community settings. Application of the           Corequisites: None.
                         nursing process in theoretical and clinical situations is utilized to       Limitations on Enrollment: Instructor Permission.
                         promote and maintain wellness for antepartal, intrapartal, postpartal,      Advisories: None.
                         neonatal, and intraconceptual families. Emphasis is placed upon the         This course is designed to provide the selected student opportunities
                         role of the nurse as a health educator. Current ethical-legal and health    to further his or her knowledge and skills in specified areas. Theory
                         care issues are integrated in the course content. (CSU)                     and laboratory hours are arranged on an individual basis. (CSU)

                         NURS 009 Advanced Medical/Surgical
                                  Nursing                                             Units 3.5
                         Prerequisites: NURS 6 and NURS 7 with a grade of “C” or better.
                         Limitations on Enrollment: Admission to the program.
                         Advisories: None.
                         This course is designed to provide theoretical and clinical ap-
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NURS 093V         Work Experience: Nursing                Units 1-4
Prerequisites: None.                                                                   ORNAMENTAL
Prerequisite Skills: 1. The student must meet the entry skills appro-
priate for their nursing program and successfully complete that class                 HORTICULTURE
in order to receive credit for work experience.
Corequisites: None.                                                                        *See also Horticultural
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.
This course is designed to give the student college credit for on-the-   O H 075 Selected Topics: Ornamental
job experience when correlated with a course relating to that job. The           Horticulture                                     Units 0.5-3
work experience course for students enrolled in the Associate            Prerequisites: None; exempt from assessment testing.
Degree Nursing program will provide an opportunity for students to       Limitations on Enrollment: None.
participate in relevant work experiences in health care facilities       Advisories: None.
utilizing skills in which competency has been met in prior nursing       This course is designed to offer instruction in one or more of the
courses. All students must demonstrate new and expanded learning         specialized areas of ornamental horticulture not already covered by
experiences before being permitted to repeat work experience. The        the existing curriculum. Units in this course do not count toward an
course may be repeated for a maximum total of sixteen units.             associate degree.

NURS 101 Review of Fundamentals of                                       O H 096V        Work Experience: Ornamental
         Nursing                                            Units 0                      Horticulture                               Units 1-8
Prerequisites: None.                                                     Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                         Limitations on Enrollment: The student must enroll in a course that
Advisories: None.                                                        is directly related to the ornamental horticulture work experience.
This course is designed to assist the student in reviewing the basic     The student must enroll in a minimum of 7 units during the semester
knowledge, skills, and understanding involved in giving total patient    including work experience units. For summer session, the student
care.                                                                    must enroll in one related course in addition to work experience.
                                                                         The combined total number of units a student may take in intern-
                                                                         ship, work experience, and occupational practice may not exceed a




                                                                                                                                                   Description of Courses
NURS 103 Review of Beginning Medical-
                                                                         maximum of 16 units. Participation requires submission and ap-
         Surgical Nursing                                   Units 0
                                                                         proval of work experience program objectives and an employer work
Prerequisites: None.
                                                                         experience agreement.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                                                                         Advisories: GUID 30, 31, 32, 33.
Advisories: None.
                                                                         This course is designed for the student employed in the area of
This course is designed to assist the student in reviewing the theory
                                                                         ornamental horticulture. The course objectives are developed by the
of advanced medical-surgical nursing. Emphasis is placed on
                                                                         student in consultation with his or her supervisor. The student is
correlation of past learning.
                                                                         engaged in a specific research project or on-the-job learning activi-
                                                                         ties under the supervision of a worksite supervisor and a college work
NURS 104 Review of Nursing the                                           experience instructor. To register, complete an application form
         Childbearing Family                                Units 0      available at the Applied Science and Technology Division office,
Prerequisites: None.                                                     Holt 140.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.
This course is designed to assist students in reviewing the nursing
needs during the normal maternity cycle which includes antepartum,                        PHILOSOPHY
intrapartum, and postpartum periods, and neonate care.
                                                                         PHILO 006 Introduction to Philosophy                         Units 3
NURS 105 Review of Childrearing Family:                                  Prerequisites: Reading level II.
         Pediatrics                                         Units 0      Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Prerequisites: None.                                                     Advisories: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                         This course is a survey of issues in philosophy. Competing positions
Advisories: None.                                                        in the fields of metaphysics, epistemololgy, ethics, and the history of
This course is a lecture course designed to assist the student in        philosophy are presented, discussed, and critically evaluated. Par-
reviewing normal growth and development, influences on normal            ticular areas of inquiry include, but are not limited to: What is
growth and development, and aberrations from the norm.                   philosophy? How should one live? Is knowledge possible? Is there
                                                                         a God? Why evil? (UC, CSU, CAN PHIL 2)
NURS 106 Review of Mental Health Nursing
                                                                         PHILO 030 Introductory Logic                                 Units 3
         (Psychiatric)                                      Units 0      Prerequisites: None.
Prerequisites: None.                                                     Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                         Advisories: None.
Advisories: None.                                                        This course is designed to introduce methods for recognizing,
This course is a lecture course designed to assist the student in        constructing, and evaluating arguments. The concepts of induction,
studying psychiatric principles as applied in all nursing, and an        deduction, validity, soundness, strength, and cogency are explored
increased understanding of human behavior.                               in detail. There is a survey of informal fallacies as well as an
                                                                         introduction to the methodology associated with symbolic logic,
                                                                         natural deduction, and the calculation of probabilities. (UC, CSU,
                                                                         CAN PHIL 6)
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                         PHILO 040 Ethics                                            Units 3      PHOTO 001B            Intermediate Photography              Units 3
                         Prerequisites: None.                                                     Prerequisites: PHOTO-001A Introduction to Photography each with
                         Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                         a grade of “C” or better.
                         Advisories: None.                                                        Prerequisite Skills: None.
                         This course is a survey of ethical theories and contemporary ethical     Corequisites: None.
                         issues to which the various theories are applied. The theories           Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                         introduced are ethical relativism, egoism, utilitarianism, Kantian       Advisories: None.
                         deontology, natural law theory, and feminist ethical theory. Issues      This course is a black and white photgraphy course designed to offer
                         discussed are euthanasia, abortion, legal punishment, animal rights,     intermediate technique for both small and/or medium format camera
                         equality and discrimination, and economic justice. (UC, CSU, CAN         work. The course also includes large format camera work in
                         PHIL 4)                                                                  conjunction with intermediate level exposure-development control.
                                                                                                  (UC, CSU)
                         PHILO 045 God and the Person                                Units 3
                         Prerequisites: None.                                                     PHOTO 001C            Advanced Photography                  Units 3
                         Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                         Prerequisites: PHOTO 1B with a grade of “C” or better.
                         Advisories: None.                                                        Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                         This course is a survey of issues and questions concerning the           Advisories: None.
                         existence and nature of God, the validity of religious experience, the   This course is a rigorous work of the large format view camera
                         nature of relationships between persons and God, and the relation-       through theory and practice of the Zone Systems exposure-develop-
                         ship between faith and reason. (UC, CSU)                                 ment relationships. Negative and print control are emphasized for
                                                                                                  exceptional control in the medium. Advanced aesthetics, tech-
                         PHILO 050 Asian Philosophy                                  Units 3      niques, and concepts expand student awareness of the dynamics of
                         Prerequisites: None.                                                     photography. The history of large format concepts in artistic and
                         Prerequisite Skills: None.                                               utilitarian usage is explored. (CSU)
                         Corequisites: None.
                         Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                         PHOTO 006A Beginning Color Photography                      Units 3
                         Advisories: None.                                                        Prerequisites: PHOTO 1A with a grade of “C” or better.
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                         This course is an introduction to the philosophical tradition of Asia.   Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                         Special emphasis is placed on the Buddhist, Hindu, Taoist, and           Advisories: None.
                         Confucian philosophies. (UC, CSU)                                        This course is designed to provide the student color negative and
                                                                                                  print laboratory work with emphasis on both technical and aesthetic
                         PHILO 050H Special Studies: Philosophy                    Units 1-2      aspects of the photography medium. (CSU)
                         Prerequisites: Presentation of a project acceptable to the instruc-
                         tor and the division chairperson; PHILO 6, 35, or 40 with grade of       PHOTO 015 Selected Topics: Photography                    Units 1-2
                         “B” or better.                                                           Prerequisites: None.
                         Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                         Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                         Advisories: None.                                                        Advisories: None.
                         This course is designed to allow the student qualified to do advanced    This course is designed to offer instruction in one of the specialized
                         work in the field. The course includes research, directed reading,       areas of photography not already covered by existing curricula.
                         field work, or other advanced study. The course may be repeated for      (CSU)
                         a maximum total of 4 units. (CSU)
                                                                                                  PHOTO 034 Workshop Projects                                 Units 2
                         PHILO 075 Selected Topics: Philosophy                   Units 0.5-3      Prerequisites: PHOTO-001B Intermediate Photography each with
                         Prerequisites: None; exempt from assessment testing.                     a grade of “C” or better.
                         Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                         Prerequisite Skills: None.
                         Advisories: None.                                                        Corequisites: None.
                         This course is designed to offer instruction in one or more of the       Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                         specialized areas of philosophy not covered by the existing curricu-     Advisories: None.
                         lum. Units in this course do not count toward an associate degree.       This course is an independent study in photography to meet indi-
                                                                                                  vidual student needs. (CSU)

                                                                                                  PHOTO 050H Special Studies: Photography Units 1-2
                                       PHOTOGRAPHY                                                Prerequisites: PHOTO 1B and PHOTO 34 both with a grade of
                                                                                                  “C” or better.
                                                                                                  Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                         PHOTO 001A            Introduction to Photography Units 3                Advisories: None.
                         Prerequisites: None.                                                     This course is open to the student who wishes to pursue a research
                         Prerequisite Skills: 1. Reading level II.                                problem through individual laboratory work and associated studies.
                         Corequisites: None.                                                      The proposed project must be acceptable to a member of the
                         Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                         photography staff and approved by the division chairperson. The
                         Advisories: None.                                                        course may be repeated for a maximum of 4 units. (CSU)
                         This course is an introductory course in traditional photographic
                         camera work and laboratory procedures. Basic camera theory,
                                                                                                  PHOTO 075 Selected Topics: Photography Units 1-2
                         darkroom procedures, aesthetics, history, and concepts are presented
                                                                                                  Prerequisites: None.
                         in lecture and practiced in laboratory periods. (UC, CSU, CAN ART
                                                                                                  Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                         18)
                                                                                                  Advisories: None.
                                                                                                  This course is designed to offer instruction in one of the specialized
                                                                                                  areas of photography not already covered by existing curriculum.
                                                                                                  The course may be repeated for a maximum of 4 units.
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PHOTO 080 Selected Topics: Photography Units 0.5-3                       P E 001G        Beginning Water Fitness                         Units 2
Prerequisites: None; exempt from assessment testing.                     Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                         Prerequisite Skills: 1. The student must be able to swim one width
Advisories: None.                                                        of the pool without assistance and without touching the bottom. Any
This course is designed to offer instruction in one or more of the       stroke is acceptable, and the head may be out of the water..
specialized areas of photography not already covered by the existing     Corequisites: None.
curriculum. Units in this course do not count toward an associate        Limitations on Enrollment: None.
degree.                                                                  Advisories: None.
                                                                         This course is an introductory exercise class executed primarily in
PHOTO 101 Photography for the Older Adult                                deep water. The course emphasizes muscular strength and endur-
Prerequisites: None.                                                     ance, cardiovascular endurance, and flexibility. Swimming skills
Prerequisite Skills: 1. Basic darkroom skills.                           are not required, but it is necessary to feel comfortable in deep water.
Corequisites: None.                                                      Flotation belts will be provided. (UC, CSU)
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.                                                        P E 001H        Intermediate Water Fitness                    Units 1.5
This course is photographic camera work and laboratory procedures        Prerequisites: None.
for the older adult. Basic camera theory, darkroom procedures,           Prerequisite Skills: 1. The student is able to swim one width of the
aesthetics, history, and related concepts are presented in lecture and   pool without assistance and without touching the bottom. Any stroke
practiced in laboratory periods.                                         is acceptable, and the head may be out of the water..
                                                                         Corequisites: None.
                                                                         Limitations on Enrollment: None.
  PHYSICAL EDUCATION &                                                   Advisories: P E-001G each with a grade of “C” or better.
                                                                         This course is an intermediate exercise class executed in both
                                                                         shallow and deep water. This course builds on muscular strength and
       RECREATION                                                        endurance, cardiovascular endurance, and flexibility established in
                                                                         the introductory level course. (UC, CSU)
P E 001A       Beginning Swimming                       Units 1-1.5
                                                                         P E 001I Advanced Water Fitness                               Units 1.5




                                                                                                                                                      Description of Courses
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                         Prerequisites: None.
Advisories: None.                                                        Prerequisite Skills: 1. The student is able to swim unassisted one
This course is a beginning course for the non-swimmer. (CSU)             width of the pool, without touching bottom. Any stroke is accept-
                                                                         able, and the head may be out the water..
P E 001B       Intermediate Swimming                    Units 1-1.5      Corequisites: None.
Prerequisites: PE 1A.                                                    Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                         Advisories: None.
Advisories: None.                                                        This course is an advanced level course which builds on previous
This course is designed to emphasize the development of crawl,           experience in water exercise. The course emphasizes student‘s
back, breast, and side strokes. (CSU)                                    ability to individually progress movement intensity to improve
                                                                         fitness. Course includes muscular strength development, endur-
P E 001D       Beginning Swim for Health                Units 1.5-2      ance, cardiovascular endurance development, and flexibility exer-
Prerequisites: None.                                                     cises. (UC, CSU)
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.                                                        P E 002      Lifeguard Training                                 Units 2
This course is designed to help the beginning swimmer conditioning       Prerequisites: Refer to the Catalog Statement for additional
to improve cardiovascular endurance through swimming and to              corequisites.
teach sound individual conditioning techniques. Each student is pre-     Limitations on Enrollment: None.
tested in various health and fitness components. (CSU)                   Advisories: None.
                                                                         This course is designed to provide the individual with knowledge and
P E 001E       Intermediate Swim for Health Units 1-1.5                  skill to save ones own life or the life of another in the event of a water
Prerequisites: PE 1D.                                                    emergency. The student must be at least 15 years old; swim 500
Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                         yards continuously using each of the following strokes for at least 50
Advisories: None.                                                        yards each: crawl, breaststroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke;
This course is designed to help the intermediate swimmer improve         surface diving to a minimum depth of 9 feet and bring a 10-pound
cardiovascular endurance through swimming and to teach sound             diving brick to the surface; surface dive to a minimum depth of 5 feet
individual conditioning techniques. Each student is pre-tested in        and swim under the water for a minimum of 15 yards; tread water for
various health and fitness components. (CSU)                             one minute; possess before or during the course the American Red
                                                                         Cross Standard First Aid/ American Red Cross Community First Aid
                                                                         Certificate and either the American Red Cross or American Heart
P E 001F       Advanced Swim for Health                 Units 1-1.5
                                                                         Association Adult Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation Certificate. The
Prerequisites: PE 1E.
                                                                         American Red Cross Certificate for lifeguard is awarded to those
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                                                                         who successfully complete the course. This course may be repeated
Advisories: None.
                                                                         for credit once every three years. (UC, CSU)
This course is designed to help the advanced swimmer improve
cardiovascular endurance through swimming and to teach sound
individual conditioning techniques. Each student is pre-tested and
post-tested in various health and fitness components. (UC, CSU)
                         270                                                                                              SECTION IV, Description of Courses
                         P E 004A Springboard Diving                              Units 1-1.5      P E 009B Individual Conditioning II                      Units 1-1.5
                         Prerequisites: None.                                                      Prerequisites: P E-009A Beginning Individual Conditioning each
                         Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                          with a grade of “C” or better.
                         Advisories: None.                                                         Prerequisite Skills: None.
                         This course is designed to introduce the student to the fundamentals      Corequisites: None.
                         of springboard diving including the hurdle and required dives in the      Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                         five diving categories on the one meter diving board. The student         Advisories: None.
                         learns stretching and conditioning techniques to strengthen and           This course is designed to build upon the information learned in
                         enhance abilities in springboard diving. (CSU)                            beginning individual conditioning. The student will continue the
                                                                                                   development of a life-long commitment to exercise. The course
                         P E 004B Springboard Diving                              Units 1-1.5      includes physical fitness testing, aerobic exercise, resistive exercise
                         Prerequisites: None.                                                      training, and flexibility activities. More extensive lectures on
                         Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                          cardiovascular health, nutrition, and elements of exercise are in-
                         Advisories: None.                                                         cluded to enhance previous knowledge. Each student is pre-tested
                         This course is designed to allow students to practice the fundamen-       and post-tested in various health and fitness components. (CSU)
                         tals of springboard diving including the hurdle and required optional
                         dives in the five diving categories on the one and three meter diving     P E 009C Individual Conditioning III                     Units 1-1.5
                         boards. Students learn stretching and conditioning techniques to          Prerequisites: P E-009B Intermediate Individual Conditioning each
                         strengthen and enhance their abilities in springboard diving. (CSU)       with a grade of “C” or better.
                                                                                                   Prerequisite Skills: None.
                         P E 004C Springboard Diving                              Units 1-1.5      Corequisites: None.
                         Prerequisites: None.                                                      Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                         Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                          Advisories: None.
                         Advisories: None.                                                         This course is designed to take the information learned in beginning
                         This course is designed to allow the student to practice the fundamen-    individual conditioning and develop a life-long commitment to
                         tals of springboard diving, including the hurdle and required optional    exercise. The course includes physical fitness testing, resistive
                         dives in the five diving categories on the one and three meter diving     exercise training, and flexibility activities. The overall experience
                                                                                                   culminates in students formulating an individualized program to
Description of Courses




                         boards. The student learns stretching and conditioning techniques to
                         strengthen and enhance abilities in springboard diving. (CSU)             meet their unique needs. Each student is pre-tested and post-tested
                                                                                                   in various health and fitness components. (CSU)
                         P E 006      Wrestling                                   Units 0.5-1
                         Prerequisites: None.                                                      P E 009D Beginning Jazz Aerobics                         Units 1.5-2
                         Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                          Prerequisites: None.
                         Advisories: None.                                                         Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                         This course is designed to provide the student with offensive and         Advisories: None.
                         defensive wrestling fundamentals and match tactics. Conditioning,         This course is an introduction to a complete work-out done to music.
                         strength, and cardiovascular conditioning are emphasized to enable        The course includes stretching, body training, and cardiovascular
                         participants to handle the strains of wrestling. Rules of the sport are   work. The course content is based on a knowledge of training and
                         covered. (CSU)                                                            conditioning techniques, heart disease and exercise, muscle physiol-
                                                                                                   ogy, and nutrition. Each student is pre-tested and post-tested in
                         P E 009A Individual Conditioning I                       Units 1.5-2      various health and fitness components. (CSU)
                         Prerequisites: None.
                         Prerequisite Skills: 1. Each student will submit a physical activity      P E 009E Intermediate Jazz Aerobics                      Units 1-1.5
                         readiness questionnaire and will be cleared to participate in the         Prerequisites: PE 9D.
                         class if the assessment indicates that the student does not have any      Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                         physical limitations that would preclude them from doing vigorous         Advisories: None.
                         physical activity.                                                        This course is a continuation of a complete work-out including
                         Corequisites: None.                                                       stretching, body training, and cardiovascular work. The student
                         Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                          develops life-long diet plans and learns to develop relaxation tech-
                         Advisories: None.                                                         niques to combat stress. Each student is pre-tested and post-tested in
                         This course is designed to improve the individual‘s physical fitness      various health and fitness components. (CSU)
                         level through the use of physical fitness testing, aerobic exercise,
                         resistive exercise training, and flexibility activities. Included are     P E 009F Advanced Jazz Aerobics                          Units 1-1.5
                         lectures designed to enhance the student‘s life-long approach and         Prerequisites: PE 9E.
                         understanding of exercise and its effect on the body. Each student is     Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                         pre-tested and post-tested in various health and fitness components.      Advisories: None.
                         (CSU)                                                                     This course is one that includes stretching, body training, and
                                                                                                   cardiovascular work. The course content is based on a knowledge of
                                                                                                   training and conditioning techniques, heart disease and exercise,
                                                                                                   muscle physiology, and nutrition. The student learns to apply these
                                                                                                   principles to other advanced fitness activities. Each student is pre-
                                                                                                   tested and post-tested in various health and fitness components.
                                                                                                   (CSU)
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P E 009H Beginning Sports Conditioning                   Units 1.5-2       P E 009M Advanced Power Aerobics                         Units 1-1.5
Prerequisites: None.                                                       Prerequisites: PE 9l.
Prerequisite Skills: None.                                                 Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Corequisites: None.                                                        Advisories: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                           This course is designed to develop cardiovascular fitness, strength
Advisories: None.                                                          training, and flexibility through the use of aerobic exercise and
This course is designed to expose the student to the various compo-        weight training. The course incorporates low and high impact
nents of sport-related conditioning. The student develops a theoreti-      aerobics and body toning through the use of weights and diet
cal knowledge of these components and participate in activities that       development. The course focuses on the physical development
include jogging, running, plyometrics, as well as strength and             techniques for both men and women. All exercises are performed to
flexibility training. This course is designed for the athlete or the       music. Each student is pre-tested and post-tested in various health
student wishing to participate in a vigorous training program. (CSU/       and fitness components. (CSU)
UC)
                                                                           P E 010A Beginning Fitness Walking                          Units 1.5
P E 009I Intermediate Sports Conditioning Units 1-1.5                      Prerequisites: None.
Prerequisites: PE 9H.                                                      Prerequisite Skills: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                           Corequisites: None.
Advisories: None.                                                          Limitations on Enrollment: None.
This course is designed to take the various components of sport-           Advisories: None.
related conditioning and expand upon them. Measurements of                 This course is designed to provide the student with physical and
strength, endurance, and agility are included. Special emphasis is         cardiovascular training. Emphasis is placed on stretching and
placed upon the learning of the concepts and theories of a good sports     attaining each individual‘s target heart rate. (UC, CSU)
conditioning program. (CSU)
                                                                           P E 010B Intermediate Fitness Walking                       Units 1.5
P E 009J Advanced Sports Conditioning                    Units 1-1.5       Prerequisites: P E-010A Beginning Fitness Walking each with a
Prerequisites: PE 9I.                                                      grade of “C” or better.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                           Prerequisite Skills: None.




                                                                                                                                                      Description of Courses
Advisories: None.                                                          Corequisites: None.
This course is designed to take the information learned in the             Limitations on Enrollment: None.
previous two courses and develop a life-long commitment to exer-           Advisories: None.
cise and participation in competitive or recreational sport activities.    This course is designed to promote physical well-being through
The overall experience culminates with the student being able to           stress reduction, weight control, and walking. Attention is given to
formulate an individual conditioning program which enhances his or         increasing cardiovascular efficiency, muscular strength, and endur-
her ability to participate in a competitive or recreational sport. (CSU)   ance. (UC, CSU)

P E 009K Beginning Power Aerobics                        Units 1.5-2       P E 010C Advanced Fitness Walking                           Units 1.5
Prerequisites: None.                                                       Prerequisites: P E-010B Intermediate Fitness Walking each with a
Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                           grade of “C” or better.
Advisories: None.                                                          Prerequisite Skills: None.
This course is designed to develop cardiovascular fitness, strength        Corequisites: None.
training, and flexibility through the use of aerobic exercise and          Limitations on Enrollment: None.
weight training. The course incorporates low and high impact               Advisories: None.
aerobics and body toning through the use of weights and diet               This course is designed to promote lifelong physical and cardiovas-
development. The course focuses on the physical development                cular benefits to the student. Emphasis is focused on increasing
techniques for both men and women. All exercises are performed to          cardiovascular efficiency, muscular strength, and endurance. (UC,
music. Each student is pre-tested and post-tested in various health        CSU)
and fitness components. (CSU)
                                                                           P E 014A Weight Training I                               Units 2-2.5
P E 009L Intermediate Power Aerobics                     Units 1-1.5       Prerequisites: None.
Prerequisites: PE 9K.                                                      Prerequisite Skills: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                           Corequisites: None.
Advisories: None.                                                          Limitations on Enrollment: None.
This course is designed to develop cardiovascular fitness, strength        Advisories: None.
training, and flexibility through the use of aerobic exercise and          This course is designed to give the student experience in the six basic
weight training. The course incorporates low and high impact               levels of lifts. The student is exposed to an individual weight training
aerobics and body toning through the use of weights and diet               program. Prevention and rehabilitation of injuries are stressed. Each
development. The course focuses on the physical development                student is pre-tested and post-tested in various health and fitness
techniques for both men and women. All exercises are performed to          components.(CSU)
music. Each student is pre-tested and post-tested in various health
and fitness components. (CSU)
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                         P E 014B Weight Training II                             Units 1.5-2      P E 021A Beginning Fencing                               Units 1-1.5
                         Prerequisites: P E-014A Beginning Weight Training each with a            Prerequisites: None.
                         grade of “C” or better.                                                  Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                         Prerequisite Skills: None.                                               Advisories: None.
                         Corequisites: None.                                                      This course is designed to develop basic skills and techniques of
                         Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                         fencing with the three combative weapons of foil, epee, and sabre.
                         Advisories: None.                                                        The course covers developmental exercise along with skills and
                         This course is designed to give the student experience in intermediate   techniques utilized in formal competition. The drama or dance
                         level of lifts. The student develops an individual weight training       student finds it valuable for mental and body discipline on the stage.
                         program. Prevention and rehabilitation of injuries is stressed. Each     (UC, CSU)
                         student is pre-tested and post-tested in various health and fitness
                         components. (CSU)                                                        P E 021B Intermediate Fencing                            Units 1-1.5
                                                                                                  Prerequisites: None.
                         P E 014C Weight Training III                            Units 1.5-2      Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                         Prerequisites: P E-014B Intermediate Weight Training each with a         Advisories: None.
                         grade of “C” or better.                                                  This course is designed to develop the intermediate skills and
                         Prerequisite Skills: None.                                               techniques of fencing with the three combative weapons of foil, epee,
                         Corequisites: None.                                                      and sabre. The course covers developmental exercises with skills
                         Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                         and techniques in formal competition. The drama or dance student
                         Advisories: None.                                                        finds it valuable for mental and body discipline on the stage. (UC,
                         This course is designed to give the student experience in the ad-        CSU)
                         vanced levels of lifts. The student completes an individual weight
                         training program. Prevention and rehabilitation of injuries are          P E 021C Advanced Fencing                                Units 1-1.5
                         stressed. Each student is pre-tested and post-tested in various health   Prerequisites: PE 21B.
                         and fitness components. (CSU)                                            Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                                                                                                  Advisories: None.
                         P E 015      Selected Topics: Physical Education Units 1-2               This course is designed to develop the advanced skills and tech-
Description of Courses




                         Prerequisites: Reading level II or concurrent enrollment in read-        niques of fencing with the three combative weapons of foil, epee, and
                         ing.                                                                     sabre. The course covers developmental exercises with skills and
                         Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                         techniques in formal competition. The drama or dance student finds
                         Advisories: None.                                                        it valuable for mental and body discipline on the stage. (UC, CSU)
                         This course is designed to offer instruction in one of the specialized
                         areas of physical education not already covered by existing curricula.   P E 022      Tennis Units 1-1.5
                         (CSU)                                                                    Prerequisites: None.
                                                                                                  Prerequisite Skills: None.
                         P E 016A Beginning Modern Dance                         Units 1-1.5      Corequisites: None.
                         Prerequisites: None.                                                     Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                         Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                         Advisories: None.
                         Advisories: None.                                                        This course is an introduction to the rules, etiquette, fundamentals,
                         This course is designed to condition the student and study the use of    and strategy of tennis. Physical conditioning, agility and the carry-
                         the body in rhythmic motion in some of the less complicated dances.      over value of the activity are stressed. This class can be repeated for
                         Fundamental techniques are emphasized. Lectures and discussions          a maximum of 6 units.(UC, CSU)
                         are included. (UC, CSU)
                                                                                                  P E 022A Beginning Tennis                                Units 1-1.5
                         P E 016B Intermediate Modern Dance                      Units 1-1.5      Prerequisites: None.
                         Prerequisites: PE 16A.                                                   Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                         Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                         Advisories: None.
                         Advisories: None.                                                        This course is an introduction to the rules, etiquette, fundamentals,
                         This course is the study of intermediate dance technique and patterns.   and strategy of tennis. Physical conditioning, agility and the carry-
                         Creative dances are practiced with the express purpose of establish-     over value of the activity are stressed. (UC, CSU)
                         ing individual and group dances for public performances. Lectures
                         and discussions are included. (UC, CSU)                                  P E 024A Beginning Power Volleyball                      Units 1-1.5
                                                                                                  Prerequisites: None.
                         P E 016C Advanced Modern Dance                          Units 1-1.5      Prerequisite Skills: None
                         Prerequisites: P E 16B.                                                  Corequisites: None.
                         Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                         Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                         Advisories: None.                                                        Advisories: None.
                         This course is the study of advanced techniques, styles, and rhythms     This course is an introduction to the rules, fundamentals, and strategy
                         used in creative dances which are practiced with the express pur-        of power volleyball. Carry-over value of the activity is stressed.
                         poses of establishing solo, individual, and group dances for public      (UC, CSU)
                         performances. Lectures and discussions are included. (UC, CSU)
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P E 024B Intermediate Power Volleyball                Units 1-1.5      P E 026C Advanced Soccer                                 Units 1-1.5
Prerequisites: P E-024A Beginning Power Volleyball each with a         Prerequisites: P E 26B.
grade of “C” or better and.                                            Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Prerequisite Skills: None                                              Advisories: None.
Corequisites: None.                                                    This course is for the advanced soccer student. The emphasis is on
Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                       tactics, team play, strategy, and individual position play. (CSU)
Advisories: None.
This course is an extension of beginning volleyball. The basic         P E 026D Indoor Soccer                                   Units 1-1.5
fundamentals of skills of the serve, spike, forearm pass, and          Prerequisites: None.
overhand set are reviewed. Appropriate defensive skills are intro-     Limitations on Enrollment: None.
duced, the block and the dig. These skills allow the participant a     Advisories: None.
higher level of competition. (UC, CSU)                                 This course is designed to provide fundamental skills and techniques
                                                                       of soccer to the beginner. Dribbling, passing, heading, defensive
P E 024C Advanced Power Volleyball                    Units 1-1.5      skills, goal tending, and strategy are stressed. (CSU)
Prerequisites: P E-024B Intermediate Power Volleyball each with
a grade of “C” or better.                                              P E 027B Beginning Baseball                                Units 1-2
Prerequisite Skills: None                                              Prerequisites: None.
Corequisites: None.                                                    Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                       Advisories: None.
Advisories: None.                                                      This course is designed to develop skills and techniques used in the
This course is a review of the rules, fundamentals, and strategy of    sport of baseball. Emphasis is placed on the individual needs of
power volleyball. Physical conditioning, ability, and the carry-over   students. (CSU)
value of the activity are stressed. Game play is emphasized. (UC,
CSU)                                                                   P E 027C Advanced Baseball                                 Units 1-2
                                                                       Prerequisites: None.
P E 025A Beginning Basketball                         Units 0.5-1      Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Prerequisites: None.                                                   Advisories: None.




                                                                                                                                                 Description of Courses
Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                       This course is designed to develop and enhance the fundamental
Advisories: None.                                                      skills acquired in the elementary course. More detail is involved in
This course is designed to provide the student the fundamentals of     the approach to each individual’s skill levels. (CSU)
basketball and to develop an understanding of the basic game. (CSU)
                                                                       P E 028E Beginning Softball                              Units 1-1.5
P E 025B Intermediate Basketball                      Units 0.5-1      Prerequisites: None.
Prerequisites: P E 25A.                                                Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                       Advisories: None.
Advisories: None.                                                      This course is designed for the student to improve fundamental
This course is designed to provide the student with a review of the    softball skills and to educate the student of current and new rules
fundamentals of basketball and basic strategy. This course empha-      pertaining to the game of softball. The student participates in active
sizes team play. (CSU)                                                 learning with experience being given in offensive and defensive
                                                                       strategies including game and tournament play. (CSU)
P E 025C Advanced Basketball                          Units 0.5-1
Prerequisites: P E 25B.                                                P E 028F Intermediate Softball                           Units 1-1.5
Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                       Prerequisites: P E 28E.
Advisories: None.                                                      Limitations on Enrollment: None.
This course is designed to provide the student with a review of the    Advisories: None.
fundamentals of basketball and basic strategy. The student applies     This course is designed for the student to enhance the fundamental
the skills learned to develop a philosophy of basketball. (CSU)        skills required in the beginning course. More emphasis is placed on
                                                                       proper techniques and execution of acquired skills. Team strategies
P E 026A Beginning Soccer                             Units 1-1.5      are emphasized. (CSU)
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                       P E 028G Advanced Softball                               Units 1-1.5
Advisories: None.                                                      Prerequisites: Qualified performer.
This course is designed to provide fundamental skills and techniques   Limitations on Enrollment: None.
of soccer to the beginner. Dribbling, passing, heading, defensive      Advisories: None.
skill, goal tending, and strategy are stressed. (CSU)                  This course is a course designed for the student with advanced
                                                                       softball skills. Emphasis is placed on conditioning, rule interpreta-
P E 026B Intermediate Soccer                          Units 1-1.5      tion, and individual skill improvement. (CSU)
Prerequisites: P E 26A.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                       P E 029A Beginning Touch Football                          Units 1.5
Advisories: None.                                                      Prerequisites: None.
This course is designed to give the intermediate student more          Limitations on Enrollment: None.
practice, team play, and individual skill techniques. The emphasis     Advisories: None.
is on team work. (CSU)                                                 This course is an introduction to the rules, fundamentals, and strategy
                                                                       of touch football. Physical conditioning, agility, and the carry-over
                                                                       value of the activity are stressed. (CSU)
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                         P E 029B Intermediate Touch Football                       Units 1.5      P E 032C Advanced Golf                                  Units 1-1.5
                         Prerequisites: P E 29A.                                                   Prerequisites: None.
                         Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                          Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                         Advisories: None.                                                         Advisories: None.
                         This course is a review of the rules, fundamentals, and strategy of       This course is designed to emphasize play on the golf course.
                         touch football. Physical conditioning, agility, and the carry-over        Fundamentals, rules, and etiquette are reviewed. (CSU)
                         value of the activity are stressed. (CSU)
                                                                                                   P E 034A Beginning Badminton                          Units 0.5-1.5
                         P E 029C Advanced Touch Football                           Units 1.5      Prerequisites: None.
                         Prerequisites: P E 29B.                                                   Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                         Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                          Advisories: None.
                         Advisories: None.                                                         This course is designed to introduce the rules, etiquette, fundamen-
                         This course is a review of the rules, fundamentals, and strategy of       tals, and strategy of badminton. Physical conditioning, agility, and
                         touch football. Physical conditioning, agility, and the carry-over        the carry-over value of the activity are stressed. (CSU)
                         value of the activity are stressed. Game play is stressed. (CSU)
                                                                                                   P E 034B Intermediate Badminton                       Units 0.5-1.5
                         P E 031A Beginning Bowling                               Units 1-1.5      Prerequisites: P E 34A.
                         Prerequisites: None.                                                      Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                         Prerequisite Skills: 1. Reading level II.                                 Advisories: None.
                         Corequisites: None.                                                       This course is designed to review and apply the rules, etiquette,
                         Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                          fundamentals, and strategy of badminton in both singles nad doubles
                         Advisories: None.                                                         match play. (CSU)
                         This course is an introduction to the rules and fundamentals of
                         bowling. It is designed to create an interest in and a carry over value   P E 034C Advanced Badminton                           Units 0.5-1.5
                         for the game of bowling. (UC, CSU)                                        Prerequisites: P E 34B.
                                                                                                   Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                         P E 031B Intermediate Bowling                            Units 1-1.5      Advisories: None.
Description of Courses




                         Prerequisites: P E-031A Beginning Bowling each with a grade of            This course is designed to focus on refinement of advanced level
                         “C” or better.                                                            badminton skills, strategies, and match play in both singles and
                         Prerequisite Skills: None.                                                doubles play. (CSU)
                         Corequisites: None.
                         Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                          P E 038D Intramural Basketball                          Units 0.5-1
                         Advisories: None.                                                         Prerequisites: None.
                         This course is designed to review the basic skills of bowling and to      Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                         learn the intermediate skills of the game. (UC, CSU)                      Advisories: None.
                                                                                                   This course is an introduction to the rules, etiquette, fundamentals
                         P E 031C Advanced Bowling                                Units 1-1.5      and strategy of basketball and includes the student’s participation in
                         Prerequisites: P E-031B Intermediate Bowling each with a grade            intramural competition. (CSU)
                         of “C” or better.
                         Prerequisite Skills: None.                                                P E 038N Intramural Tennis: Singles                       Units 0.5
                         Corequisites: None.                                                       Prerequisites: None.
                         Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                          Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                         Advisories: None.                                                         Advisories: None.
                         This course is designed to review the basic skills of bowling.            This course is offered for tennis singles in school-wide competition.
                         Emphasis is on tournament and league play. (UC, CSU)                      (CSU)

                         P E 032A Beginning Golf                                  Units 1-1.5      P E 039E Adapted Swimming                               Units 1-1.5
                         Prerequisites: None.                                                      Prerequisites: Physician authorization.
                         Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                          Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                         Advisories: None.                                                         Advisories: None.
                         This course is designed to emphasize the fundamentals of grip,            This course is designed for the physically limited student. The
                         stance, and swing. Stress is placed upon putting. Rules and etiquette     student works on developing his oe her own individual programs in
                         are presented. Participation on the golf course is encouraged. (CSU)      the swimming pool. Physical conditioning, awareness of the body’s
                                                                                                   capabilities, agility, and life-long activities are stressed. (CSU)
                         P E 032B Intermediate Golf                               Units 1-1.5
                         Prerequisites: None.                                                      P E 039F Adapted Conditioning                           Units 1-1.5
                         Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                          Prerequisites: Physician authorization.
                         Advisories: None.                                                         Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                         This course is designed to emphasize the fundamentals of grip,            Advisories: None.
                         stance, and swing. Stress is placed upon chipping and driving. Rules      This course is designed for the physically limited. The student works
                         and etiquette are reviewed. Participation on the golf course is           on individual programs. Physical conditioning, awareness of the
                         encouraged. (CSU)                                                         body’s capabilities, agility, and life-long activities are stressed.
                                                                                                   (CSU)
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P E 040      Introduction to Physical Education and                       P E 042O       Beginning Theory of Defensive
             Exercise Science                     Units 3                                Football                                     Units 2
Prerequisites: None.                                                      Prerequisites: Physician authorization.
Prerequisite Skills: None.                                                Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Corequisites: None.                                                       Advisories: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                          This course is an introduction to the philosophy, technology, and
Advisories: None.                                                         strategy of defensive football played at the college level. (UC, CSU)
This course will explore the foundation, current trends, issues and
developments of physical education and related fields of exercise         P E 042P Advanced Theory of Defensive
science, health education, fitness, and sport. Students will be                    Football                                           Units 2
introduced to various teaching and non-teaching career opportuni-         Prerequisites: P E 42O.
ties in physical education, exercise science, health education, fitness   Limitations on Enrollment: None.
and sport. (CSU)                                                          Advisories: None.
                                                                          This course is a review of the philosophy, terminology, and strategy
P E 042J Theory of Track and Field                           Units 2      of defensive football played at the college level. (UC, CSU)
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                          P E 042Q       Beginning Coaching of Offensive
Advisories: None.
This course is designed to meet the needs of the student in the
                                                                                         Football                                     Units 2
community by preparing the student to teach and coach track and           Prerequisites: None.
field with a practical and effective approach. Emphasis is given to       Limitations on Enrollment: None.
the most recent trends in training techniques for each of the track and   Advisories: None.
field events. (UC, CSU)                                                   This course is designed to teach the coaching and demonstration of
                                                                          offensive techniques. Activities are designed for those who will
                                                                          coach the lower levels through Pop Warner and high school football.
P E 042K Theory of Baseball Offense                          Units 2      The fundamentals of the elementary level of running, throwing,
Prerequisites: None.                                                      catching, and blocking are stressed. [UC, CSU]
Limitations on Enrollment: None.




                                                                                                                                                   Description of Courses
Advisories: None.
This course is designed to give the student a practical, effective, and
                                                                          P E 042R       Intermediate Coaching of Offensive
up-to-date approach in teaching and coaching the offensive skills of                     Football                           Units 2
baseball. Particular attention is paid to hitting technique, hitting      Prerequisites: P E 42Q.
drills, correction of faults, mental approach, bunting, baserunning,      Limitations on Enrollment: None.
and offensive strategy and philosophy. (UC, CSU)                          Advisories: None.
                                                                          This course is designed to teach the coaching and demonstration of
P E 042L Theory of Baseball Defense                          Units 2      intermediate offensive techniques. Activities are designed for those
Prerequisites: None.                                                      who will coach the lower levels through Pop Warner and high school
Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                          football. The fundamentals of the intermediate level of running,
Advisories: None.                                                         throwing, catching, and blocking are stressed. (UC, CSU)
This course is designed to give the student a practical, effective, and   P E 042T       Beginning Coaching of Defensive
up-to-date approach in teaching and coaching the defensive skills of                     Football                                     Units 2
baseball. Particular attention is paid to defensive technique at each     Prerequisites: None.
position, individual defensive drills, team defensive drills, team        Limitations on Enrollment: None.
defensive strategy, pitching, and catching. (UC, CSU)                     Advisories: None.
                                                                          This course is designed to teach the coaching and demonstration of
P E 042M        Beginning Theory of Offensive                             defensive techniques. Activities are designed for those who will
                                                                          coach the lower levels through Pop Warner and high school football.
                Football                                     Units 2      The fundamentals of the intermediate level of running, throwing,
Prerequisites: Physician authorization.                                   catching, and tackling are stressed. (UC, CSU)
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.                                                         P E 042U       Intermediate Coaching of Defensive
This course is designed to teach elementary offensive football.
                                                                                         Football                           Units 2
Offensive overviews, establishing formation concepts, areas of
                                                                          Prerequisites: P E 42T.
attack dual system, backfield actions, cadence, line symbols and
                                                                          Limitations on Enrollment: None.
term line stance, back stance, types of blocks, recognition of de-
                                                                          Advisories: None.
fenses, and offensive kicking game are covered. Kick off return,
                                                                          This course is designed to teach the coaching and demonstration of
point after touchdown, field goal, and the running game are stressed.
                                                                          intermediate defensive techniques. Activities are designed for those
(UC, CSU)
                                                                          who will coach the lower levels through Pop Warner and high school
                                                                          football. The fundamentals of the intermediate level of running,
P E 042N        Advanced Theory of Offensive                              throwing, catching, and tackling are stressed. (UC, CSU)
                Football                                     Units 2
Prerequisites: P E 42M.                                                   P E 042V       Theory and Application of
Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                                         Weight Training                              Units 3
Advisories: None.                                                         Prerequisites: None.
This course is designed to help the student perform coaching and          Limitations on Enrollment: None.
teaching assignments at lower levels from Pop Warner to high school       Advisories: None.
football. The student learns to establish a football system of offense.   This course is designed to introduce the student to past, present, and
(UC, CSU)                                                                 future conditioning. The student learns how to set up, design, and
                                                                          implement a complete strength training and conditioning program
                                                                          for various populations. (UC, CSU)
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                         P E 043      Introduction to Athletic Training                Units 3      P E 051      Fitness Assessment and Exercise
                         Prerequisites: None.                                                                    Prescription                                    Units 3
                         Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                           Prerequisites: None.
                         Advisories: None.                                                          Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                         This course is designed as an introduction to the field of athletic        Advisories: None.
                         training. The course emphasizes athletic training competencies             This course is designed to aid the student in synthesizing the
                         including the prevention, evaluation, immediate care, and rehabili-        important principles and theories in exercise physiology, kinesiol-
                         tation of athletic injuries. (CSU)                                         ogy, nutrition, testing, and measurements and applying them to
                                                                                                    physical fitness testing and individualized exercise program design.
                         P E 045      Special Projects: Physical                                    (CSU)
                                      Education                                      Units 1-2
                         Prerequisites: Completion of survey course with grade of “B” or            P E 070      Introduction to Sport Management                Units 3
                         better and presentation of a project acceptable to the instructor and      Prerequisites: Reading level II or reading level I with prerequi-
                         division chairperson.                                                      sites.
                         Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                           Limitations on Enrollment: None
                         Advisories: None.                                                          Advisories: None.
                         This course is open to the student qualified to do advanced work in        This course is designed to orient the beginning student to the
                         the field. The course may include research, directed reading, field        academic and professional field of sport management.
                         work, or other advanced study, and the course may be repeated for
                         a maximum total of four units. (CSU)                                       P E 080      Selected Topics: Physical
                                                                                                                 Education                                   Units 0.5-3
                         P E 046      Recreational Leadership                          Units 3      Prerequisites: None; exempt from assessment testing.
                         Prerequisites: None.                                                       Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                         Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                           Advisories: None.
                         Advisories: None.                                                          This course is designed to offer instruction in one or more of the
                         This course is designed to introduce the student to the field of           specialized areas of physical education not already covered by the
                         recreation as a profession and active involvement in leadership roles.     existing curriculum. Units in this course do not count toward an
Description of Courses




                         (CSU)                                                                      associate degree.

                         P E 048      Exercise Science                                 Units 3      P E 101      Adapted Physical Education                      Units 0
                         Prerequisites: None.                                                       Prerequisites: None.
                         Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                           Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                         Advisories: None.                                                          Advisories: None.
                         This course is designed to introduce the basic concepts of anatomy,        This course is designed for the physcially limited. Students work on
                         physiology, nutrition, kinesiology, and exercise physiology to the         individual programs. Physical conditioning, awareness of body’s
                         student interested in how and why training programs affect health          capabilities, agility and life long activity are stressed.
                         and fitness. This course is designed for the student majoring in
                         physical education. (CSU)                                                  P E 112      Active Seniors                                  Units 0
                                                                                                    Prerequisites: None.
                         P E 049      Psychology of Sports                             Units 3      Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                         Prerequisites: None.                                                       Advisories: None.
                         Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                           This course is designed to address the underlying cause of cardiovas-
                         Advisories: None.                                                          cular and other diseases associated with aging and the therapeutic
                         This course is an introduction to the professional field of sport          importance of physical activity during the years over 60. The major
                         psychology. Classroom experiences are designed to acquaint the             topics include: the atrophy of disuse, exercise, diet, and nutrition.
                         student with individual skills and coaching techniques necessary in        The student can pursue physical activity at own rate.
                         the area of sport psychology. (CSU)

                         P E 050      Nutrition for Fitness and Sport                  Units 3
                         Prerequisites: None.
                         Prerequisite Skills: None.                                                          PHYSICAL SCIENCE
                         Corequisites: None.
                         Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                           PHSCI 001 Matter and Energy                                  Units 3
                         Advisories: None.                                                          Prerequisites: MATH 80 or MATH 83A and MATH 83B with a grade
                         This course is designed to introduce the student to the fundamentals       of “C” or better.
                         of nutrition as they impact health, fitness, and sports performance.       Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                         Particular emphasis is given to basic nutrition, diet analysis, weight     Advisories: None.
                         control, special diets, eating disorders, and the use of ergogenic aids.   This course is an introduction to the physical sciences for the student
                         (CSU)                                                                      with a limited science background. Topics include astronomy,
                                                                                                    physics, chemistry, meteorology, and geology. Demonstrations and
                                                                                                    student involvement are stressed. (UC, CSU)
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                                                                           PHYSC 010         Introduction to Physics                   Units 4
                        PHYSICS                                            Prerequisites: MATH 80 or MATH 83A & B each with a grade of
                                                                           “C” or better.
PHYSC 002A General Physics                                    Units 4      Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Prerequisites: MATH 31 with a grade of “C” or better.                      Advisories: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                           This course is designed to introduce the fundamentals of physics to
Advisories: None.                                                          students with no previous background in the subject. The course
This course is designed to include the following: linear and two-          content surveys selected topics in the areas of mechanics, heat, wave
dimensional motion; conservation laws of energy and momentum;              motion, optics, electricity, magnetism, and sound. Emphasis is on
rotational motion; thermodynamics with special attention to energy         practical application through laboratory work involving extensive
conservation and alternative energy sources like solar energy; vibra-      instrumentation and measuring techniques. This course is not
tions and waves; and special relativity. (UC, CSU, CAN PHYS 2,             designed for the science or engineering major. (UC, CSU)
CAN PHYSC SEQ A with both PHYSC 2A and 2B)

PHYSC 002B General Physics                                    Units 4
Prerequisites: PHYSC 2A with a grade of “C” or better.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                                                                                        PLANT SCIENCE
Advisories: None.
This course is designed to cover topics in electricity and magnetism,      PLANT 010         Principles of Plant Science               Units 3
geometric and physical optics, and introductory modern physics.            Prerequisites: None.
Electricity and magnetism covers direct-current (DC) circuit theory,       Prerequisite Skills: None.
use of the oscilloscope, and frequency-dependent alternating-cur-          Corequisites: None.
rent (AC) circuit analysis; modern physics includes relativity, atomic     Limitations on Enrollment: None.
structure, the nucleus, and nuclear energy. (UC, CSU, CAN PHYS             Advisories: None.
4, CAN PHYS SEQ A with both PHYSC 2A and 2B)                               This course is designed to provide the student with a working
                                                                           knowledge of the fundamental structures and processes of plants.
PHYSC 004A Principles of Physics: Mechanics Units 4                        The course includes principles of plant structures, physiology,
Prerequisites: MATH 2 with grade of “C” or better or concurrent            hereditary, environmental relationship to growth, adaptation, and




                                                                                                                                                    Description of Courses
enrollment in MATH 2.                                                      management of crops. Techniques of research, exploration of plant
Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                           growth, and identification of economical crops are included. (UC,
Advisories: None.                                                          CSU, CAN AG 8)
This course is an advanced course in the analysis of systems based
upon concepts of kinematics and dynamics. Topics include linear-           PLANT 010L Principles of Plant Science
and two-dimensional motion, Newton’s Laws, conservation laws of                       Laboratory                                       Units 1
energy and momentum, rotational motion, and harmonic motion.               Prerequisites: PLANT-010 Principles of Plant Science each with a
PHYSC 4A is intended for the Engineering and Physics major. (UC,           grade of “C” or better or.
CSU, CAN PHYS 8)                                                           Prerequisite Skills: None.
                                                                           Corequisites: PLANT-010 Principles of Plant Science each with a
PHYSC 004B Principles of Physics: Waves, Sound, and                        grade of “C” or better.
           Thermodynamics                    Units 4                       Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Prerequisites: MATH 2 and PHYSC 4A, each with grade of “C” or              Advisories: None.
better.                                                                    This course is designed to use experiments and observations related
Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                           to the principles of plant science. The student learns through
Advisories: None.                                                          numerous hands-on experiences. Field trips are taken to observe
This course is a continuation of PHYSC 4A with further analysis of         specific crop practices. (UC, CSU, CAN AG 8)
harmonic motion extended to wave phenomena as exhibited by
sound, light, and particles. Some modern physics is covered,               PLANT 014         Soil Science                              Units 4
including relativity, atomic theory, and quantum theory. Heat              Prerequisites: None.
transfer and the first and second laws of thermodynamics, as applied       Prerequisite Skills: None.
to heat engines, are covered. (UC, CSU, CAN PHYS 14)                       Corequisites: None.
                                                                           Limitations on Enrollment: None.
PHYSC 004C Principles of Physics: Electricity and                          Advisories: None.
                                                                           This course is designed to cover physical, chemical, and biological
           Magnetism                          Units 4                      properties of soils as influenced by climate, parent material topogra-
Prerequisites: MATH 2 and PHYSC 4A, each with grade of “C” or              phy, and time. Field trips are included to observe specific soil
better; MATH 3 with grade of “C” or better or concurrent enroll-           formations. (UC, CSU, CAN AG 14)
ment in MATH 3.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.
                                                                           PLANT 036A Deciduous Fruit and Grape
This course is designed to cover topics in static electricity, Coulomb’s              Production                                       Units 3
Law, electric fields, and potential. Circuit theory is not emphasized;     Prerequisites: None.
however, laboratory topics introduce use of measuring instruments          Limitations on Enrollment: None.
for the various circuit parameters. The triode, transistor, and op-amp     Advisories: None.
are examined. Magnetism includes the laws of Ampere, Faraday,              This course is designed to study almonds, apricots, cherries, peaches,
and Maxwell. Alternating-current (AC) circuit elements and their           walnuts, wine grapes, and table grapes. Fundamentals of cultural
response to variable-frequency signals are studied. (UC, CSU, CAN          practices including training, pruning, propagation, and rootstocks
PHYS 12)                                                                   will be stressed. Use of the Delta College orchard and vineyard is
                                                                           emphasized. One all-day field trip required. (UC, CSU)
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                         PLANT 050H Special Studies: Plant Science Units 1-2                      POLSC 002         Introduction to Comparative
                         Prerequisites: None.                                                                       Politics                                   Units 3
                         Prerequisite Skills: 1. Division Approval Presentation to Instructor     Prerequisites: None.
                         and Division Chair for approval of special studies project.              Prerequisite Skills: None.
                         Corequisites: PLANT-010 Principles of Plant Science or PLANT-            Corequisites: None.
                         014 Soil Science.                                                        Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                         Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                         Advisories: ENG-001A each with a grade of “C” or better.
                         Advisories: None.                                                        This course is an introduction to the field of comparative politics.
                         This course is offered to any student who is qualified to do advanced    The course surveys a number of basic topics and themes central to the
                         work and wishes to pursue a problem through reading or other             study of comparative political systems. Topics to be examined
                         advanced study, if his proposed project is acceptable and approved       include: political power, political culture and socialization, partici-
                         by instructor and the division chairperson. May be repeated for a        pation in politics, governmental structures, democratization, eco-
                         maximum of four units. (CSU)                                             nomic policies and development. These topics will be explored in
                                                                                                  selected countries from Asia, Europe, Africa, and the Middle East,
                         PLANT 075 Selected Topics: Plant Science Units 0.5-3                     and North America.
                         Prerequisites: None; exempt from assessment testing.
                         Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                         POLSC 005         International Relations                    Units 3
                         Advisories: None.                                                        Prerequisites: Reading level II.
                         This course is designed to offer instruction in one or more of the       Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                         specialized areas of plant science not already covered by the existing   Advisories: None.
                         curriculum. Units in this course do not count toward an associate        This course is an introduction to the field of International Relations.
                         degree.                                                                  The course surveys theoretical approaches to international relations,
                                                                                                  international conflict and cooperation, global issues, and the United
                         PLANT 096V            Work Experience:                                   States as a world power. (UC, CSU)
                                               Plant Science                       Units 1-8
                         Prerequisites: None.                                                     POLSC 010         Introduction to Political Science Units 3
                         Limitations on Enrollment: The student must enroll in a course that      Prerequisites: Reading level II.
Description of Courses




                         is directly related to the plant science work experience. The student    Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                         must enroll in a minimum of 7 units during the semester including        Advisories: None.
                         work experience units. For summer session, the student must enroll       This course is an introduction to the field of political science. The
                         in one related course in addition to work experience. The com-           course surveys the scope and methods of the discipline, explores
                         bined total number of units a student may take in internship, work       contemporary political theory and ideology, and compares varying
                         experience, and occupational practice may not exceed a maximum           types of political systems. (UC, CSU)
                         of 16 units. Participation requires submission and approval of work
                         experience program objectives and an employer work experience            POLSC 015         Selected Topics:
                         agreement.                                                                                 Political Science                      Units 0.5-2
                         Advisories: GUID 30, 31, 32, 33.                                         Prerequisites: None.
                         This course is designed for the student employed in the area of plant    Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                         science. The course objectives are developed by the students in          Advisories: None.
                         consultation with his or her supervisor. The student is engaged in a     This topics course is designed to offer instruction in one of the
                         specific research project or on-the-job learning activities under the    specialized areas of Political Science not already covered by the
                         supervision of a worksite supervisor and a college work experience       existing curriculum. (CSU)
                         instructor. To register, complete an application form available at the
                         Applied Science and Technology Division office, Holt 140.                POLSC 020         California State and Local
                                                                                                                    Government                                 Units 3
                                                                                                  Prerequisites: None.
                                                                                                  Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                                 POLITICAL SCIENCE                                                Advisories: None.
                                                                                                  This course is an introduction to the fundamentals of California state
                         POLSC 001         American Government and                                and local government and the political processes. The course
                                           Institutions                              Units 3      includes the study of basic issues confronted by California state,
                                                                                                  county, city, and regional governments. (CSU)
                         Prerequisites: Reading level II.
                         Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                         Advisories: None.                                                        POLSC 050H            Special Studies:
                         This course is an introduction to the fundamentals of government and                           Political Science                    Units 1-2
                         the political processes at the national, state, and local levels. In-    Prerequisites: Presentation of a project acceptable to the instruc-
                         cluded are studies of basic issues confronted by the American people     tor and the division chairperson; Political Science 1 or 10 with grade
                         and their governing institutions. The course fulfills the Social         of “B” or better.
                         Science (Group A) requirements for the AA degree and applies             Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                         toward completion of the requirement in U.S. History and California      Advisories: None.
                         state and local government. (UC, CSU, CAN GOVT 2)                        This course is designed to allow the qualified student to do advanced
                                                                                                  work in the field. The course includes research, directed reading,
                                                                                                  field work, or other advanced study. The course may be repeated for
                                                                                                  a maximum total of four units. (CSU)
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POLSC 051H            Government Internship                 Units 3-4      P T 083      Advanced Psychiatric
Prerequisites: Completion of one of the following courses with a                        Technician Nursing                            Units 4.5
grade of “B” or better: POLSC 1, POLSC 5, or POLSC 10.                     Prerequisites: P T 82 with a grade of “C” or better.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                           Limitations on Enrollment: Admission to the Psychiatric Techni-
Advisories: None.                                                          cian Program.
This course is designed to place the student who is in local govern-       Advisories: None.
ment departments, district offices or law firms where he/she engages       This course is designed to present mental health concepts of foren-
in specific research projects related to his/her position. The student     sics, disorders of infancy, childhood, and adolescence, impulse
works for 9-12 hours per week. Student units will be determined at         control, eating disorders, substance abuse, personality disorders,
a rate of one unit for three hours in internship per week. May be          violence, and sexual dysfunction. Emphasis is placed on treatment,
repeated for credit three times. (CSU)                                     prevention, and community resources.

                                                                           P T 084      Developmental Disabilities Nursing              Units 6
                PSYCHIATRIC                                                Prerequisites: P T 83 with a grade of “C” or better.
                                                                           Limitations on Enrollment: Admission to the Psychiatric Techni-
                TECHNOLOGY                                                 cian Program.
                                                                           Advisories: None.
                                                                           This course is designed to prepare the Psychiatric Technician student
P T 080      Foundations of Nursing                         Units 8.5      to provide wholistic care to the developmentally disabled client.
Prerequisites: BIOL 31 or BIOL 33 or BIOL 11; H S 36; HS/FCS               Emphasis is placed on diagnostic criteria, ethical issues, learning
19; PSYCH 1. A grade of “C” or better in each prerequisite course          theories, language, behavior, and behavior modification. The stu-
with a minimum GPA of 2.5 from prerequisite courses is required.           dent learns and practices basic leadership and supervisory tech-
Limitations on Enrollment: Admission to the Psychiatric Techni-            niques in the last week of this course.
cian Program.
Advisories: None.                                                          P T 085      Advanced Developmental
This course is designed to introduce student to the fundamental                         Disabilities Nursing                          Units 5.5
issues and trends in nursing, focusing on the collaborative roles of the
                                                                           Prerequisites: P T 84 with a grade of “C” or better.
Registered Nurse, Licensed Vocational Nurse, Psychiatric Techni-




                                                                                                                                                     Description of Courses
                                                                           Limitations on Enrollment: Admission to the Psychiatric Techni-
cian and the Certified Nurse Assistant. Included in the content are
                                                                           cian Program.
the basic concepts of anatomy and physiology, the mechanisms of
                                                                           Advisories: None.
disease, and the sciences of nutrition and pharmacology. Wholism
                                                                           This course is designed to broaden the student’s understanding and
is introduced as the theoretical framework used by the student in
                                                                           knowledge of developmental disabilities. The focus is on specific
identification of patient needs. The clinical component of the course
                                                                           physical and medical problems of the developmentally disabled.
focuses on care of the geriatric client.
                                                                           Developmental syndromes, causes, characteristics, prevention, nurs-
P T 081      Introduction to Medical-                                      ing care, interventions and treatment, including pharmacology, are
                                                                           included.
             Surgical Nursing                               Units 8.5
Prerequisites: P T 80 with a grade of “C” or better.
Limitations on Enrollment: Admission to the Psychiatric Techni-
cian Program.
Advisories: None.                                                                          PSYCHOLOGY
This course is designed to introduce the student to the nursing care
of patients with common medical-surgical disorders of the cardio-          PSYCH 001         Introduction to Psychology                 Units 3
vascular, respiratory, and endocrine systems, and that of the eye and      Prerequisites: Reading level II.
ear. The clinical focus of this course is the nursing care of adult        Limitations on Enrollment: None.
patients with an uncomplicated course of treatment utilizing the           Advisories: None.
concept of wholism. Application of principles of asepsis to pre-           This course is an introduction to the scientific study of behavior
operative and post-operative patient management is discussed.              through an exploration of the major concepts and research in the field
                                                                           of psychology. The course provides the basic foundation for more
P T 082      Psychiatric Technician Nursing                   Units 8      advanced courses in psychology. (UC, CSU, CAN PSY 2)
Prerequisites: P T 81 with a grade of “C” or better.
Limitations on Enrollment: Admission to the Psychiatric Techni-
                                                                           PSYCH 002         Statistical Methods For Psychology &
cian Program.
Advisories: None.                                                                            Social Science                   Units 3
This course is designed to prepare the student to provide care to          Prerequisites: MATH-082 Intermediate Algebra each with a grade
mentally ill clients in acute and chronic psychiatric settings. Empha-     of “C” or better.
sis is placed on current trends, legislation, stress adaptation, commu-    Prerequisite Skills: None.
nication, diagnostic criteria, therapeutic techniques, cultural sensi-     Corequisites: None.
tivity, and the principles of wholism.                                     Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                                                                           Advisories: PSYCH-001 each with a grade of “C” or better.
                                                                           This course is designed to acquaint the student with elementary
                                                                           techniques used in statistical analysis. Emphasis is on descriptive
                                                                           statistics, elementary probability concepts, probability distributions,
                                                                           statistical inference, and simple linear regression analysis, with
                                                                           applications in psychology, and social science.
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                         PSYCH 003 Personal and Social Psychology                      Units 3      PSYCH 008B Community Advocacy: Drug and
                         Prerequisites: PSYCH 1.                                                               Alcohol Education Programs Units 1.5
                         Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                           Prerequisites: None.
                         Advisories: None.                                                          Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                         This course is an exploration of the process of human adjustment by        Advisories: None.
                         examining the assumption of mental health, how personality devel-          This course is designed to develop the student’s basic understanding
                         ops, the types of deviant behavior, the process of creativity, the         of the cause as well as some efforts to deal with prevention efforts to
                         varieties of psychotherapy, and the application of adjustment con-         stop an individual from using drugs or alcohol. Principles of
                         cepts to social situations. (UC, CSU)                                      individual prevention efforts, which aid the human services worker
                                                                                                    in mobilizing the community are included. The information pro-
                         PSYCH 004         Introduction to Experimental                             vides the student with the skill to utilize the neighborhood resources
                                           Psychology                                  Units 3      to arrange education programs directed toward providing youth with
                         Prerequisites: PSYCH 1.                                                    positive assets for dealing with peer pressure. The course aids the
                         Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                           human services student in establishing a positive workign relation-
                         Advisories: None.                                                          ship with the community. (CSU)
                         This course is an introductory course involving the application of the
                         scientific method to the analysis of behavior. Experimental tech-          PSYCH 012         Introduction to Probability and
                         niques, designs, examination of experimental assumptions, limita-                            Statistics                                  Units 4
                         tions and advantages, as well as student participation are stressed.       Prerequisites: MATH 82, or 84A and 84B, each with a grade of
                         This course is designed for the behavioral or social science major.        “C” or better.
                         (UC, CSU, CAN PSY 8)                                                       Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                                                                                                    Advisories: None.
                         PSYCH 006         Lifespan Psychology                         Units 3      This course is designed to acquaint the student with elementary
                         Prerequisites: None.                                                       techniques used in statistical analysis. Emphasis is on descriptive
                         Prerequisite Skills: None.                                                 statistics, elementary probability concepts, probability distributions,
                         Corequisites: None.                                                        statistical inference, and simple linear regression analysis, with
                         Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                           applications in business administration, education, natural sciences,
Description of Courses




                         Advisories: None.                                                          psychology, and social science. A graphing calculator is recom-
                         This course is designed to provide the student with an understanding       mended. Instructor demonstrations utilize the TI-83 calculator.
                         of lifespan psychology from conception through aging and dying.            (UC, CSU, CAN STAT 2)
                         The impact of family, culture, and socio-economic factors is stressed.
                         Theoretical understanding of lifespan issues provide the student with      PSYCH 015         Selected Topics: Psychology               Units 1-2
                         a foundation for exploration of his/her practical implications at each     Prerequisites: None.
                         stage of development. (CSU,UC)                                             Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                                                                                                    Advisories: None.
                         PSYCH 007         Abnormal Psychology                         Units 3      This course is designed to offer instruction in one of the specialized
                         Prerequisites: PSYCH 1.                                                    areas of psychology not already covered by the existing curricula.
                         Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                           (CSU)
                         Advisories: None.
                         This course is designed to provide the student with an understanding       PSYCH 020A             Stress Management                      Units 1
                         of abnormal behavior as delineated in the “Diagnostic and Statistical      Prerequisites: None.
                         Manual of Mental Disorders.” Topics include classifications, clini-        Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                         cal pictures, casual factors, treatment, and outcomes of maladaptive       Advisories: None.
                         patterns, assessment, therapy, and prevention. (UC, CSU)                   This course is designed to acquaint the student with the role stress
                                                                                                    plays in the life of an individual. The material is focused on the
                         PSYCH 008A Community Advocacy: Drug and                                    effects of stress and how to manage stress. (CSU)
                                    Alcohol Prevention Strategies Units 1.5
                         Prerequisites: None.                                                       PSYCH 020B             Stress Management and
                         Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                                                  Adaptation                             Units 2
                         Advisories: None.                                                          Prerequisities: None. Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                         This course is designed to present the resources in cities and counties    Advisories: None.
                         in order to prevent and reduce health and safety problems relating to      This course is an in-depth examination of the physiological, psycho-
                         drug and alcohol use. The student learns a variety of community-           logical and social nature of stress and relaxation. The participant
                         based prevention strategies and puts these strategies into practice.       learns the use of psychological principles and methods in adapting to
                         Issues related to public, social, and retail environments as well as the   life situations. (CSU)
                         role media plays in our homes and communities are discussed. The
                         student gains an understanding of what community initiatives are           PSYCH 024         Psychology of Aging                         Units 3
                         and what is required to put a variety of environmental prevention          Prerequisites: None.
                         strategies to work. (CSU)                                                  Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                                                                                                    Advisories: None.
                                                                                                    This course is a study of the changes that occur in sensory and motor
                                                                                                    functioning, perception, memory, emotions, intelligence, and per-
                                                                                                    sonality of the aging person. Attention is given to social cultural, and
                                                                                                    economic factors that impinge upon aging persons and current
                                                                                                    programs that attempt to deal with these factors. (CSU)
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PSYCH 030         Human Sexuality                             Units 3      PSYCH 046         Individual Counseling in Human
Prerequisites: Reading level II.                                                             Service Programs               Units 3
Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                           Prerequisites: Completion of or concurrent enrollment in PSYCH
Advisories: None.                                                          1; reading level II.
This course is a survey of the physiological, social, and behavioral       Limitations on Enrollment: None.
aspects of human sexuality. The course is academic rather than             Advisories: None.
therapeutic. (UC, CSU)                                                     This course is designed to stress basic skills for effective one-on-one
                                                                           counseling in human service programs through discussion and
PSYCH 038         Counseling Skills for Human                              simulated counseling situations. The student examines his/her own
                  Service Workers                             Units 3      counseling styles and identifies needed modifications with the
Prerequisites: None.                                                       assistance of the instructor and peers. (CSU)
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.                                                          PSYCH 047         Group Counseling in Human
This course is an introduction to the counseling process through                             Services Programs                          Units 3
examination of the roles and characteristics of the counselor and the
                                                                           Prerequisites: Completion of or concurrent enrollment in PSYCH
client. Basic skills involved in problem identification and problem
                                                                           1.
solving are discussed and practiced through simulated role situa-
                                                                           Limitations on Enrollment: None.
tions. The student learns to use his/her relationship with clients to
                                                                           Advisories: None.
develop the alliance necessary for change. The student is informed
                                                                           This course is a review of group counseling methods with an
of the range of careers to which these skills can be applied. (CSU)
                                                                           emphasis on an eclectic approach to group facilitation. Learning is
PSYCH 039         Client Interview, Evaluation, and                        derived from experiences in simulated group interaction and from
                                                                           subsequent analysis with the instructor and peers. The student learns
                  Referral                          Units 2                to identify personal style as a gropu leader and describe modifica-
Prerequisites: None.                                                       tions needed in group facilitation techniques. The student learns to
Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                           use his/her relationship with clients to develop the alliance necessary
Advisories: None.                                                          for change. The student will learn the range of careers to which these
This course is a review of basic client interview skills for the           skills can be applied. (CSU)
counselor. The course explores establishing rapport with clients,




                                                                                                                                                     Description of Courses
enlisting the client in the development of treatment plans, and
                                                                           PSYCH 048         Family Counseling in Human
making appropriate client referrals. The student practices active
listening and other communication skills in simulated client inter-                          Service Programs                           Units 2
view settings. (CSU)                                                       Prerequisites: None.
                                                                           Limitations on Enrollment: None.
PSYCH 040         Case Management and                                      Advisories: None.
                  Treatment Planning                          Units 3      This course is an examination of principles and methods related to
Prerequisites: None.                                                       understanding and working with families in human service pro-
Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                           grams. Family systems and interactions are explored through a
Advisories: None.                                                          review of current articles and demonstration of intervention methods
This course is a review of basic skills for effective and efficient case   in simulated family counseling situations. The participant identifies
work management including goal analysis, identification and speci-         personal styles as family counselors and describes modifications
fication of client objectives, case planning, client contracting, data     needed to improve family counseling skills. (CSU)
collection and record keeping, and client progress evaluation and
reporting. Skills are applied using actual client examples. Partici-       PSYCH 050H Special Studies: Psychology                     Units 1-2
pants write case plans, client contracts and treatment goals, and          Prerequisites: Presentation of a project acceptable to the instruc-
demonstrate mastery of all other case work management skills.              tor and the division chairperson; Psychology 1, 3, or 4 with grade
(CSU)                                                                      of “B” or better.
                                                                           Limitations on Enrollment: None.
PSYCH 045A            Beginning Field Practicum               Units 2      Advisories: None.
Prerequisites: Completion of or concurrent enrollment in PSYCH 1           This course is designed for the student qualified to do advanced work
or SOCIO 1A.                                                               in the field. The course may include research, directed reading, field
Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                           work, or other advanced study. The course may be repeated for a
Advisories: None.                                                          maximum of 4 units. (CSU)
This course is designed to provide an opportunity for the student to
have guided experiences in human service agencies. The student             PSYCH 052         Introduction to Substance
observes professional staff working with clients in public agencies                          Abuse Counseling                           Units 3
and engages in supervised internship at a social service agency. One       Prerequisites: Reading level II.
hour in class is required each week to integrate practical experiences     Limitations on Enrollment: None.
with theory learned in psychology and sociology courses. (CSU)             Advisories: None.
                                                                           This course is an overview of the field of substance abuse counseling.
PSYCH 045B Intermediate Field Practicum                     Units 1-2      Emphasis is placed on career challenges and opportunities. Evalu-
Prerequisites: Completion of or concurrent enrollment in PSYCH 1           ation, assessment, and counseling methods are discussed. Legal and
or SOCIO 1A.                                                               community resources available to provide assistance are explored.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                           (CSU)
Advisories: None.
This course is designed to provide an opportunity for the student to
have guided experiences in human service agencies. The student
observes professional staff working with clients in public agencies
and engages in supervised internship at a social service agency. One
hour in class is required each week to integrate practical experiences
with theory learned in psychology and sociology courses. (CSU)
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                         PSYCH 053         Drugs and Society                         Units 3      RTV 005 Selected Topics: Radio/Television Units 0.5-2
                         Prerequisites: None.                                                     Prerequisites: None.
                         Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                         Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                         Advisories: None.                                                        Advisories: None.
                         This course is designed to give the student a basic pharmacology of      This course is designed to enable the College to offer instruction in
                         the drugs of abuse as well as some effective skills to deal with the     one of the specialized areas of radio/television not already covered
                         lifestyle of the abuser. The information provided aids the human         by the existing curriculum. (CSU)
                         services students in establishing a positive counseling relationship
                         with drug dependent individuals and in giving those individuals life-    RTV 011 Fundamentals of Radio Production                    Units 3
                         skills. (CSU)                                                            Prerequisites: None.
                                                                                                  Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                         PSYCH 055         Introduction to Child Abuse                            Advisories: None.
                                           Counseling                                Units 2      This course is designed to introduce the fundamentals of radio
                         Prerequisites: Completion of or concurrent enrollment in PSYCH 1         production and the methods by which radio productions are devel-
                         or SOCIO 1A.                                                             oped. The student learns to apply tools and techniques employed to
                         Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                         create broadcast-quality programming. (CSU)
                         Advisories: None.
                         This course is a study of the dynamics of child abuse. Emphasis is       RTV 012 Techniques of Radio Production                      Units 3
                         placed on learning to understand prevention and intervention ser-        Prerequisites: RTV 11 with a grade of “C” or better.
                         vices for victims of child abuse and their families. Legal and           Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                         community resources available to victims and families are explored.      Advisories: None.
                         (CSU)                                                                    This course is designed to develop skills in radio produciton includ-
                                                                                                  ing digital production, audio console operation, use of tape recorders
                         PSYCH 056 Assisting Sexual Assault Victims                  Units 2      and microphones, tape editing, program formats, and announcing.
                         Prerequisites: None.                                                     (CSU)
                         Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                         Advisories: None.                                                        RTV 013 Radio Production Workshop                           Units 4
Description of Courses




                         This course is a study of the sexual assault of adults and children.     Prerequisites: RTV 71 and RTV 12, each with a grade of “C” or
                         Legal and community resources available to victims and families are      better.
                         explored. Emphasis is placed on learning to provide crisis interven-     Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                         tion for survivors of sexual assault and their families. (CSU)           Advisories: None.
                                                                                                  This course is designed to provide opportunity for the student’s
                         PSYCH 057         Introduction to Gerontology                            development in all aspects of radio station on-air operations. The
                                           Counseling                                Units 2      course includes development of operational activities, including live
                         Prerequisites: None.                                                     broadcasting, music, public service, and community service broad-
                         Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                         casting. (CSU)
                         Advisories: None.
                         This course is designed to provide the student with an overview of the   RTV 021 Fundamentals of Television
                         field of gerontology counseling and the aging process and its impact             Production                                          Units 3
                         on the emotional health of the elderly. Emphasis is placed on career     Prerequisites: None.
                         challenges and opportunities in the field of gerontology and on          Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                         specialists working with geriatrics. (CSU)                               Advisories: None.
                                                                                                  This course is designed to introduce the fundamentals of television
                         PSYCH 075         Selected Topics: Psychology Units 0.5-3                production and the methods by which television productions are
                         Prerequisites: None; exempt from assessment testing.                     developed. The student learns to apply tools and techniques em-
                         Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                         ployed to create broadcast-quality programming. (CSU)
                         Advisories: None.
                         This course is designed to offer instruction in one or more of the       RTV 022 Techniques of Television Production Units 3
                         specialized areas of psychology not covered by the existing curricu-     Prerequisites: RTV 21 with a grade of “C” or better.
                         lum. Units in this course do not count toward an associate degree.       Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                                                                                                  Advisories: None.
                                                                                                  This course is designed to develop skills in television production,
                            RADIO AND TELEVISION                                                  including audio and video, and use of microphones, audio recorders,
                                                                                                  cameras, lenses, switchign, and lighting equipment. (CSU)
                         RTV 001 Introduction to Broadcasting                        Units 2
                                                                                                  RTV 023 Television Production Workshop                      Units 4
                         Prerequisites: None.
                                                                                                  Prerequisites: RTV 71 and RTV 22, each with a grade of “C” or
                         Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                                                                                                  better.
                         Advisories: None.
                                                                                                  Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                         This course is designed to examine the nature and development of
                                                                                                  Advisories: None.
                         radio and television with special emphasis on the persuasive powers
                                                                                                  This course is designed to provide student development in all aspects
                         of broadcast media in shaping American culture. The processes of
                                                                                                  of television production. The course includes development of
                         broadcast communication’s role in society are investigated along
                                                                                                  operational activities as well as public service and community
                         with the impact of the media on economic issues. (CSU)
                                                                                                  service broadcasting. (CSU)
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RTV 050H Special Studies: Radio/Television Units 1-2                       RAD 010A Beginning Clinical Laboratory                          Units 3
Prerequisites: RTV 1, with a grade of “B” or better; presentation          Prerequisites: None.
of a project acceptable to the instructor and the division chairper-       Prerequisite Skills: None.
son.                                                                       Corequisites: RAD-010 Introduction to Radiography.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                           Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.                                                          Advisories: None.
This course is designed to allow a qualified student to do advanced        This course is designed to provide an introduction to clinical radio-
work in the field of radio/television. The course includes research,       graphic training. The course includes practical training in the
directed reading, field work, or other advanced study. This course         functions of the darkroom, office, computer systems, file rooms, and
may be repeated for a maximum of 4 units. (CSU)                            training involving patient transportation. An introduction to x-ray
                                                                           equipment and technical factor selection is included, as well as lab
RTV 071 Broadcast Announcing                                  Units 2      practice in venipuncture. (CSU)
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                           RAD 010B Intermediate Clinical Laboratory                       Units 6
Advisories: None.                                                          Prerequisites: RAD-010A Beginning Clinical Laboratory each with
This course is designed to introduce the practical skills and tech-        a grade of “C” or better.
niques employed by the professional broadcast announcer. Topics            Prerequisite Skills: None.
include on-air personality, vocal control, pronunciation, and related      Corequisites: None.
skills for radio and television.                                           Limitations on Enrollment: Admission to the Radiological Tech-
                                                                           nology Program due to contractual agreement with hospital.
RTV 080 Selected Topics: Radio/Television Units 0.5-3                      Advisories: None.
Prerequisites: None; exempt from assessment testing.                       This course is designed to provide clinical radiographic training.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                           The course includes examinations of the chest, extremities, shoulder
Advisories: None.                                                          and pelvic girdles and abdomen all done under direct supervision.
This course is designed to offer instruction in one or more of the         Technical factor selection and equipment manipulatoin are included.
specialized areas of radio/television not already covered by the           Portable and operating room radiography are also included in this
existing curriculum. Units in this course do not count toward an           course. (CSU)




                                                                                                                                                        Description of Courses
associate degree.
                                                                           RAD 011 Radiographic Positioning and
                                                                                   Terminology                                             Units 6
                                                                           Prerequisites: RAD-010 Introduction to Radiography each with a
                RADIOLOGIC                                                 grade of “C” or better and.
                                                                           Prerequisite Skills: None.
                TECHNOLOGY                                                 Corequisites: RAD-012 Radiographic Anatomy and RAD-013
                                                                           Principles of Radiographic Technique.
                                                                           Limitations on Enrollment: Admission to the Radiological Tech-
RAD 010 Introduction to Radiography                         Units 3.5      nology Program due to contractual agreement with hospital.
Prerequisites: H S-036 Medical Terminology and Speech each with            Advisories: None.
a grade of “C” or better and BIOL-033 Anatomy & Physiology                 This course is designed to introduce positioning techniques, medical
each with a grade of “C” or better or BIOL-031 Human Anatomy               terminology, and anatomy as they relate to the chest, abdomen,
each with a grade of “C” or better and BIOL-032 Human Physiol-             extremities, shoulder and pelvic girdles, spinal column, and alimen-
ogy each with a grade of “C” or better.                                    tary system. Portable and operating room procedures, proper equip-
Prerequisite Skills: None.                                                 ment selection, immobilization, and radiation protection procedures
Corequisites: None.                                                        are stressed. Identification of anatomical structures is supported
Limitations on Enrollment: Admission to the Radiological Tech-             through film critique sessions of radiographs. (CSU)
nology Program due to contractual agreement with hospital. Fin-
ger printing & Criminal Record Clearance and.                              RAD 012 Radiographic Anatomy                                    Units 2
Advisories: None.                                                          Prerequisites: RAD-010 Introduction to Radiography each with a
This course is designed to provide an overview of the field of             grade of “C” or better and.
Radiologic Technology. Emphasis is placed on methods of promot-            Prerequisite Skills: None.
ing optimal patient care and the importance of developing a profes-        Corequisites: RAD-011 Radiographic Positioning and Terminol-
sional and caring attitude. Ethics and professional organizations are      ogy and RAD-013 Principles of Radiographic Technique.
covered. Factors required for X-ray production are discussed includ-       Limitations on Enrollment: Admission to the Radiological Tech-
ing detailed instruction of the beneficial and destructive potentials of   nology Program due to contractual agreement with hospital.
ionizing radiation. Safe radiation protection procedures for self,         Advisories: None.
patients, and hospital personnel are discussed. The course includes        This course is designed to introduce anatomical terminology; cell
body mechanics, infection control, and fundamentals of venipunc-           division; structure of skin, bones and joints; as well as structure of the
ture and medical computer systems. (CSU)                                   extremities, vertebral column, and thorax. Radiographic imaging
                                                                           methods of these structures are presented, as well as common
                                                                           pathological conditions identified in radiography. (CSU)
                         284                                                                                              SECTION IV, Description of Courses
                         RAD 013 Principles of Radiographic Technique Units 4                      RAD 020A Advanced Clinical Laboratory                       Units 8
                         Prerequisites: RAD-010 Introduction to Radiography each with a            Prerequisites: RAD-010B Intermediate Clinical Laboratory each
                         grade of “C” or better and.                                               with a grade of “C” or better and.
                         Prerequisite Skills: None.                                                Prerequisite Skills: None.
                         Corequisites: RAD-011 Radiographic Positioning and Terminol-              Corequisites: RAD-020 Advanced Radiographic Positioning and
                         ogy and RAD-012 Radiographic Anatomy.                                     Terminology and RAD-021 Advanced Radiographic Anatomy and
                         Limitations on Enrollment: Admission to the Radiological Tech-            RAD-022 Fundamentals of X-Ray and Radium Physics.
                         nology Program due to contractual agreement with hospital.                Limitations on Enrollment: Admission to the Radiological Tech-
                         Advisories: None.                                                         nology Program due to contractual agreement with hospital.
                         This course is designed to introduce the student to the principles        Advisories: None.
                         involved in producing a diagnostic radiograph. The course includes        This course is designed to emphasize positioning techniques and
                         detailed instruction in radiographic film, equipment, and accessories     technical factor calculation. An introduction to positioning of the
                         utilized in image production. The primary factors of kilovoltage          skull, facial bones, mastoids, and the thorax is included. The student
                         (KV), milliamperage (MA), time, and distance are explained. Prac-         participates in specialized radiographic procedures including myel-
                         tical application of exposure calculations is performed. Also in-         ography, sialography, hysterography, arthrography, arteriography,
                         cluded is: discussion of the sensitometric properties of x-ray film;      and other specialized procedures requiring sterile and aseptic tech-
                         quality control, patient characteristics; pathological conditions rela-   niques. (CSU)
                         tive to technique selection; the principles and designs of radio-
                         graphic technique charts; and fundamental principles of digital           RAD 021 Advanced Radiographic Anatomy                       Units 2
                         radiography and fluoroscopy. (CSU)                                        Prerequisites: RAD-012 Radiographic Anatomy each with a grade
                                                                                                   of “C” or better and.
                         RAD 014 Darkroom Chemistry and Processing Units 1                         Prerequisite Skills: None.
                         Prerequisites: RAD-013 Principles of Radiographic Technique each          Corequisites: RAD-020 Advanced Radiographic Positioning and
                         with a grade of “C” or better.                                            Terminology and RAD-020A Advanced Clinical Laboratory and
                         Prerequisite Skills: None.                                                RAD-022 Fundamentals of X-Ray and Radium Physics.
                         Corequisites: None.                                                       Limitations on Enrollment: Admission to the Radiological Tech-
                         Limitations on Enrollment: Admission to the Radiological Tech-            nology Program due to contractual agreement with hospital.
                         nology Program due to contractual agreement with hospital.                Advisories: None.
Description of Courses




                         Advisories: None.                                                         This course is designed to introduce the student to complex systems
                         This course is designed to acquaint the student with: the principles      of the body. The course includes the structures of the various parts
                         associated with processing room design and function; film storage         of each specialized system. The systems involved are the muscular,
                         and handling, manual and automatic processing chemicals and               circulatory, digestive, genitourinary, nervous, endocrine, and others.
                         techniques; automatic processor systems and functions; latent image       Radiographic application of these systems is presented as well as
                         formation; identification and causes of film artifacts, and silver        common anomalies and pathologies related to these systems as
                         recovery/fixer recycling systems. Also included are quality control       indicated by radiographic examination. Detailed study of the skull
                         and repeat analysis. (CSU)                                                and facial bones is included. (CSU)

                         RAD 020 Advanced Radiographic Positioning                                 RAD 022        Fundamentals of X-Ray and
                                 and Terminology                   Units 4                                        Radium Physics                               Units 4
                         Prerequisites: RAD-011 Radiographic Positioning and Terminol-             Prerequisites: None.
                         ogy each with a grade of “C” or better and.                               Prerequisite Skills: None.
                         Prerequisite Skills: None.                                                Corequisites: RAD-020 Advanced Radiographic Positioning and
                         Corequisites: RAD-020A Advanced Clinical Laboratory and RAD-              Terminology and RAD-020A Advanced Clinical Laboratory and
                         021 Advanced Radiographic Anatomy and RAD-022 Fundamen-                   RAD-021 Advanced Radiographic Anatomy.
                         tals of X-Ray and Radium Physics.                                         Limitations on Enrollment: Admission to the Radiological Tech-
                         Limitations on Enrollment: Admission to the Radiological Tech-            nology Program due to contractual agreement with hospital.
                         nology Program due to contractual agreement with hospital.                Advisories: None.
                         Advisories: None.                                                         This course is designed to introduce the structure of the atom,
                         This course is designed to introduce positioning techniques, medical      concepts of mechanics, electromagnetic radiation, electromagne-
                         terminology, related anatomy, and preparation for specialized proce-      tism, electrodynamics, electrostatics, electric generators and motors.
                         dures including radoigraphy: the bony thorax, skull, facial bones,        The production and control of high voltage rectifiers, and the
                         sinuses, mastoids, urinary and biliary systems, circulatory systems,      components and principles of operation of the x-ray circuit are also
                         female reproductive system, sialography, tomography, pediatric            included. Properties of x-rays, x-ray production, and x-ray interac-
                         radiography, and arthrography. Proper equipment selection, immo-          tion with matter are detailed. Performing calculations utilizing the
                         bilization, and radiation protection procedures are stressed. Proper      English and metric systems are covered. (CSU)
                         demonstration and identification of required anatomical structures
                         are supported through film critique sessions of radiographs. An           RAD 023 Positioning and Technical
                         introduction to Computed Tomography (CT) and Magnetic Reso-                       Laboratory                                        Units 0.5
                         nance Imaging (MRI) is included. (CSU)                                    Prerequisites: RAD-013 Principles of Radiographic Technique each
                                                                                                   with a grade of “C” or better.
                                                                                                   Prerequisite Skills: None.
                                                                                                   Corequisites: None.
                                                                                                   Limitations on Enrollment: Admission to the Radiological Tech-
                                                                                                   nology 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)
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RAD 030 Intermediate Positioning and                                      RAD 032        Sectional Anatomy                            Units 2
        Technical Laboratory                               Units 0.5      Prerequisites: RAD-021 Advanced Radiographic Anatomy each with
Prerequisites: RAD-023 Positioning and Technical Laboratory each          a grade of “C” or better.
with a grade of “C” or better.                                            Prerequisite Skills: None.
Prerequisite Skills: None.                                                Corequisites: None.
Corequisites: None.                                                       Limitations on Enrollment: Admission to the Radiological Tech-
Limitations on Enrollment: Admission to the Radiological Tech-            nology Program due to contractual agreement with hospital.
nology Program due to contractual agreement with hospital.                Advisories: None.
Advisories: None.                                                         This course is designed to provide student with an understanding of
This course is designed to explore the practical application of           anatomy in three dimensions. Transverse, sagittal, and coronal
technical exposure calculations, accessory equipment, positioning         sections of anatomy are discussed, along with dimensional relation-
techniques, and radiation protection at the intermediate level. The       ships. Utilizing examination examples of magnetic resonance imag-
student learns how to identify and obtain radiographs of optimal          ing (MRI), computed tomography (CT), and ultrasound, each region
quality. (CSU)                                                            of the body is studied. The student gains an understanding of disease
                                                                          process and abnormal pathology as presented in three dimensions.
RAD 030A Senior Clinical Laboratory                          Units 5      (CSU)
Prerequisites: RAD-020A Advanced Clinical Laboratory each with
a grade of “C” or better.                                                 RAD 040 Senior Review, Adv. Radiation Protection, &
Prerequisite Skills: None.                                                        Fluoroscopic Systems                 Units 6
Corequisites: None.                                                       Prerequisites: RAD 10 with a grade of “C” or better.
Limitations on Enrollment: Admission to the Radiological Tech-            Limitations on Enrollment: Admission to the Radiologic Technol-
nology Program due to contractual agreement with hospital. and.           ogy Program due to contractual agreement with hospital.
Advisories: None.                                                         Advisories: None.
This course is designed to provide clinical training in radiographic      This course is designed for advanced student qualifying for gradua-
procedures under direct or general supervision. The course includes       tion from a 24-month program. The course includes formal instruc-
rotation through surgery magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), ultra-         tion in radiation protection, specifically California Code of Regula-
sound, mammography, computed tomography (CT), nuclear medi-               tions Title 17, Public Health, and the standards of the National




                                                                                                                                                   Description of Courses
cine, special procedures, radiation therapy, and general radiography.     Council on Radiation protection (NCRP). In preparation for the state
(CSU)                                                                     and national examinations, a comprehensive review of materials
                                                                          covered throughout the two-year period is included with additional
RAD 030B Advanced Senior Clinical                                         information on imaging equipment and innovative technology. (CSU)
         Laboratory                                         Units 10
Prerequisites: RAD-030A Senior Clinical Laboratory each with a            RAD 040A Radiographic Laboratory                            Units 9
grade of “C” or better.                                                   Prerequisites: RAD-030B Advanced Senior Clinical Laboratory
Prerequisite Skills: None.                                                each with a grade of “C” or better.
Corequisites: None.                                                       Prerequisite Skills: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: Admission to the Radiological Tech-            Corequisites: None.
nology Program due to contractual agreement with hospital.                Limitations on Enrollment: Admission to the Radiological Tech-
Advisories: None.                                                         nology Program due to contractual agreement with hospital.
This course is designed to provide advanced clinical training in          Advisories: None.
radiographic procedures. The student obtains experience in a surgi-       This course is designed to continue the practical training in radio-
cal setting with axial tomography, ultrasound, mammography, com-          graphic procedures under general supervision with emphasis on
puted tomography (CT), nuclear medicine, special procedures, ra-          perfecting all radiologic examination techniques. Further exposure
diation therapy, and general radiography. (CSU)                           to angiographic procedures and specialized fluoroscopic examina-
                                                                          tions is included as well as rotations through computed tomography
RAD 031 Advanced Positioning and Technical                                (CT), ultrasound, nuclear medicine, and magnetic resonance imag-
                                                                          ing (MRI). (CSU)
        Laboratory                         Units 1
Prerequisites: RAD-030 Intermediate Positioning and Technical
Laboratory each with a grade of “C” or better.
                                                                          RAD 041 Radiographic Pathology and
Prerequisite Skills: None.                                                        Film Critique                                       Units 3
Corequisites: None.                                                       Prerequisites: RAD-032 Sectional Anatomy each with a grade of
Limitations on Enrollment: Admission to the Radiological Tech-            “C” or better.
nology Program due to contractual agreement with hospital.                Prerequisite Skills: None.
Advisories: None.                                                         Corequisites: None.
This course is designed to introduce the application of test tools used   Limitations on Enrollment: Admission to the Radiological Tech-
for quality control in routine radiography, fluoroscopy, and for          nology Program due to contractual agreement with hospital.
determining radiation exposure doses. Emphasis is placed on the           Advisories: None.
utilization of techniques which limit radiation dosage to the patient.    This course is designed to provide an overview of human patholo-
(CSU)                                                                     gies. 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)
                         286                                                                                             SECTION IV, Description of Courses
                                                                                                  READING 091C Reading in Science                              Units 4
                                               READING                                            Prerequisites: None.
                                                                                                  Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                         READING 069V Internship: Reading                          Units 1-8      Advisories: None.
                         Prerequisites: None.                                                     This course is designed to improve reading comprehension while
                         Limitations on Enrollment: The student must enroll in a course that      building background knowledge in the subject area of science. The
                         is directly related to the reading internship. The student must enroll   student learns to use comprehension techniques and becomes ac-
                         in a minimum of 7 units during the fall or spring semesters includ-      quainted with the basic concepts and vocabulary needed for an
                         ing internship units. For summer session, the student must enroll in     introductory course in physical science. Successful completion of
                         one related course in addition to internship. The combined total         four of the six READING 91 (A-F) courses is equivalent to Reading
                         number of units a student may take in internship, work experience,       level II. Units earned in this course do not count toward the associate
                         and occupational practice may not exceed a maximum of 16 units.          degree.
                         Participation requires submission and approval of internship pro-
                         gram objectives and an employer internship agreement.                    READING 091D Reading in World Geography
                         Advisories: GUID 30, 31, 32, 33.
                                                                                                               and Culture                Units 4
                         This course is designed for the student participating in an occupa-
                                                                                                  Prerequisites: None.
                         tional internship in reading. Application of discipline-related skills
                                                                                                  Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                         and knowledge of tutoring basic skills and thinking skills Secretaries
                                                                                                  Advisories: None.
                         Commission on Achieving Necessary Skills (SCANS) competen-
                                                                                                  This course is designed to improve reading comprehension while
                         cies is emphasized. Each student is engaged in a specific research
                                                                                                  building background knowledge in the subject area of world geog-
                         project or on-the-job learning activities under the supervision of a
                                                                                                  raphy and culture. The student learns to use comprehension tech-
                         worksite supervisor and a college internship instructor. (CSU)
                                                                                                  niques and becomes acquainted with the basic concepts and vocabu-
                                                                                                  lary needed for an introductory course in world geography and
                         READING 090           Introduction to Reading and                        culture. Successful completion of four of the six READING 91 (A-
                                               Writing Skills              Units 4                F) courses is equivalent to Reading level II. Units earned in this
                         Prerequisites: Concurrent enrollment in READING 98.                      course do not count toward the associate degree.
                         Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                         Advisories: None.
Description of Courses




                                                                                                  READING 091E Reading in History                              Units 4
                         This course is designed to improve reading through intensive work        Prerequisites: None.
                         in word attack, comprehension, vocabulary, and study skills. This        Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                         course meets the Level I reading requirement and may be repeated         Advisories: None.
                         three times. Units earned in this course do not count toward an          This course is designed to improve reading comprehension while
                         associate degree.                                                        building background knowledge in the subject area of history. The
                                                                                                  student learns to use comprehension techniques and becomes ac-
                         READING 091A Reading in Literature                          Units 4      quainted with the basic concepts and vocabulary needed for an
                         Prerequisites: None.                                                     introductory course in history. Successful completion of four of the
                         Limitation on Enrollment: None.                                          six READING 91 (A-F) courses is equivalent to Reading level II.
                         Advisories: None.                                                        Units earned in this course do not count toward the associate degree.
                         This course is designed to improve reading comprehension while
                         building background knowledge in the subject area of literature. The     READING 091F Reading in Children’s
                         student learns to use comprehension techniques and becomes ac-
                                                                                                               Literature                                      Units 4
                         quainted with the basic concepts and vocabulary needed for an
                                                                                                  Prerequisites: None.
                         introductory course in literature. Successful completion of four of
                                                                                                  Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                         the six READING 91 (A-F) courses is equivalent to Reading level II.
                                                                                                  Advisories: None.
                         Units earned in this course do not count toward the associate degree.
                                                                                                  This course is designed to improve reading comprehension while
                                                                                                  building knowledge of the literature written for children. The
                         READING 091B Reading in Health Science                      Units 4      student learns to use comprehension techniques and becomes ac-
                         Prerequisites: None.                                                     quainted with avaried forms of literature written for children. Suc-
                         Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                         cessful completion of four of the six READING 91 (A-F) courses is
                         Advisories: None.                                                        equivalent to Reading level II. Units earned in this course do not
                         This course is designed to improve reading comprehension while           count toward an associate degree.
                         building background knowledge in the subject area of health science.
                         The student learns to use comprehension techniques and becomes
                                                                                                  READING 092           Reading and Writing for Personal
                         acquainted with the basic concepts and vocabulary needed for an
                         introductory course in health science. Successful completion of four                           Growth and Career Success Units 6
                         of the six READING 91 (A-F) courses is equivalent to Reading level       Prerequisites: None.
                         II. Units earned in this course do not count toward the associate        Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                         degree.                                                                  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.
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READING 094A Critical Reading for                                         READING 097E Vocabulary Enrichment                          Units 1
             College English                                 Units 3      Prerequisites: None.
Prerequisites: None.                                                      Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Prerequisite Skills: None.                                                Advisories: None.
Corequisites: None.                                                       This course is designed for the student who wishes to enrich his/her
Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                          vocabulary for career and academic purposes. A variety of strategies
Advisories: None.                                                         are taught to enhance the student’s ability to understand and retain
This course is designed to help students improve their critical reading   new vocabulary words. Units earned in this course do not count
skills in preparation for college-level English. Particular emphasis is   toward an associate degree.
placed on preparing students for the reading component of English
1A. Students will be introduced to multiple critical reading strategies   READING 097F Basic Grammar for Writing
through readings in fiction, academic essays, and rhetorical prose.                    and Speaking                                   Units 1
Successful completion of Reading 94A satisfies the Level III reading      Prerequisites: None.
prerequisite for English 1A. Reading 94A and English 1A may be            Limitations on Enrollment: None.
taken concurrently.                                                       Advisories: None.
                                                                          This course is designed to offer practice in the basic conventions of
READING 095           Reading and Writing                                 grammar within the context of reading and writing assignments.
                      Techniques                             Units 4      Units earned in this course do not count toward an associate degree.
Prerequisites: Reading level II.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                          READING 097G Spelling                                       Units 1
Advisories: None.                                                         Prerequisites: None.
This course is designed to provide practice in academic reading and       Limitations on Enrollment: None.
writing techniques. The student learns techniques for comprehend-         Advisories: None.
ing textbooks and other college level reading material, writing           This course is designed to help the student improve spelling skills by
summaries and responses, writing an essay, and learning vocabulary        using sight words he/she already recognizes to spell polysyllabic
specific to a field of study.                                             words. Units earned in this course do not count toward an associate
                                                                          degree.




                                                                                                                                                   Description of Courses
READING 097A Textbook Reading and Study
             Strategies                 Units 1                           READING 097H Reading Literature                             Units 1
Prerequisites: None.                                                      Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                          Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.                                                         Advisories: None.
This course is designed to assist the student in applying reading and     This course is designed for the student who wishes to expand his/her
study strategies to a textbook from another course. Units earned in       understanding of literature through group discussions. The student
this course do not count toward an associate degree.                      reads, discusses, and analyzes a broad range of literature in prepara-
                                                                          tion for literature courses. Units earned in this course do not count
                                                                          toward an associate degree.
READING 097B College Research Strategies                     Units 1
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                          READING 097I Conversations and Idioms for Non-
Advisories: None.                                                                      Native Speakers              Units 1
This course is designed as an authentic experience in college level       Prerequisites: None.
research. Through a study of the life of a famous person, the student     Limitations on Enrollment: None.
learns the notetaking, research, and presentation skills needed for       Advisories: None.
college courses. Units earned in this course do not count toward an       This course is designed for the non-native speaker who wants
associate degree.                                                         practice in using American expressions. The student learns to use
                                                                          and understand idiomatic expressions through literature and discus-
READING 097C The Research Paper                              Units 1      sion groups. Units earned in this course do not count toward an
Prerequisites: None.                                                      associate degree.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.                                                         READING 098           Individualized Reading
This course is designed for the student who needs assistance in                                 Skills                            Units 0.5-2
applying reading and writing research techniques to an assigned           Prerequisites: None.
research paper from another course. Units earned in this course do        Limitations on Enrollment: None.
not count toward an associate degree.                                     Advisories: None.
                                                                          This course is designed to provide individualized, self-paced, and/or
READING 097D Summary Writing                                 Units 1      small group instruction in reading and learning skills ranging from
Prerequisites: None.                                                      word attack skills through critical reading. The course meets the
Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                          level I reading requirement. Units earned in this coure do not count
Advisories: None.                                                         toward an associate degree.
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.
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                                                                                                   RUSS 053        Elementary Russian                         Units 2.5
                                              RELIGION                                             Prerequisites: RUSS-052 Elementary Russian each with a grade of
                                                                                                   “C” or better.
                         RELGN 014A            Great Religions of the                              Prerequisite Skills: None.
                                               Eastern World                          Units 3      Corequisites: None.
                         Prerequisites: Reading level II.                                          Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                         Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                          Advisories: None.
                         Advisories: None.                                                         This course is an introduction to the Russian language and Russian
                         This course is a survey of the historical development and essential       culture. Emphasis is placed on the following skills in the order given:
                         beliefs of the major religions of the Eastern world. Primary emphasis     listening, speaking, reading, writing. The combined five units of
                         is on the major phases of development and comparative insights            RUSS 53 and 54 are equivalent to RUSS 2. (UC, CSU)
                         among the great religions of the world. Course work consists of
                         readings, lectures, and discussions in Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism,       RUSS 054        Elementary Russian                         Units 2.5
                         Confucianism, and Taoism. (UC, CSU)                                       Prerequisites: RUSS-053 Elementary Russian each with a grade of
                                                                                                   “C” or better.
                         RELGN 014B            Great Religions of the                              Prerequisite Skills: None.
                                               Western World                          Units 3      Corequisites: None.
                         Prerequisites: None.                                                      Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                         Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                          Advisories: None.
                         Advisories: None.                                                         This course is an introduction to the Russian language and Russian
                         This course is a survey of the historical development and essential       culture. Emphasis is placed on the following skills in the order given:
                         beliefs of the major religions of the Western world. Primary              listening, speaking, reading, and writing. The combined five units
                         emphasis is on the major phases of development and comparative            of RUSS 53 and 54 are equivalent to RUSS 2. (UC, CSU)
                         insights among the great religions of the world. Course work
                         consists of readings, lectures, and discussions in the areas of ancient   RUSS 075        Selected Topics: Russian                 Units 0.5-3
                         religious beliefs, Mesopotamian religions, Graeco-Roman religions,        Prerequisites: None.
                         Teutonic religion, Zoroastrianism, Judaism, Christianity, and Islam.      Prerequisite Skills: None, exempt from assessment testing..
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                         (UC, CSU)                                                                 Corequisites: None.
                                                                                                   Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                         RELGN 075 Selected Topics: Religion                      Units 0.5-3      Advisories: None.
                         Prerequisites: None; exempt from assessment testing.                      This course is designed to offer instruction in one or more of the
                         Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                          specialized areas of Russian not covered by the existing curriculum.
                         Advisories: None.                                                         Units in this course do not count toward an associate degree.
                         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.                         SIGN LANGUAGE
                                                                                                   SL 001       Elementary American Sign Language Units 3
                                                                                                   Prerequisites: Reading level II.
                                                RUSSIAN                                            Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                                                                                                   Advisories: SL 071, Elementary American Sign Language Labora-
                         RUSS 051        Elementary Russian                         Units 2.5      tory.
                         Prerequisites: None.                                                      This is a beginning course in a series of four in American Sign
                         Prerequisite Skills: None.                                                Language and Deaf Culture. Emphasis is placed on receptive and
                         Corequisites: None.                                                       expressive skills respectively. (UC, CSU)
                         Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                         Advisories: None.                                                         SL 002       Elementary American Sign Language Units 3
                         This course is an introduction to the Russian language and Russian        Prerequisites: SL 001 with a grade of “C” or better.
                         culture. Emphasis is placed on the following skills: listening,           Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                         speaking, reading, and writing. The combined five units of RUSS 51        Advisories: SP 072, Elementary American Sign Language Labora-
                         and 52 are equivalent to RUSS 1. (UC, CSU)                                tory.
                                                                                                   This is the second in a series of four courses in American Sign
                         RUSS 052        Elementary Russian                         Units 2.5      Language and Deaf Culture. Emphasis is placed on receptive and
                         Prerequisites: RUSS-051 Elementary Russian each with a grade of           expressive skills respectively. (UC, CSU)
                         “C” or better.
                         Prerequisite Skills: None.                                                SL 003       Intermediate American Sign
                         Corequisites: None.                                                                    Language                                        Units 3
                         Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                          Prerequisites: SL 002 with a grade of “C” or better.
                         Advisories: None.                                                         Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                         This course is an introduction to the Russian language and Russian        Advisories: SL 073, Intermediate American Sign Language Labo-
                         culture. Emphasis is placed on the following skills in the order given:   ratory.
                         listening, speaking, reading, and writing. The combined five units of     This course is the third in a series o four courses in American Sign
                         RUSS 51 and 52 are equivalent to RUSS 1. (UC, CSU)                        Language and Deaf Culture. Emphasis is on improving speed and
                                                                                                   fluency. (UC, CSU)
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SL 004      Intermediate American Sign
            Language                                       Units 3
                                                                                     SMALL ENGINE
Prerequisites: SL 003, Intermediate American Sign Language, with
a grade of “C” or better.
                                                                                      MECHANICS
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.                                                      SM ENG 030C           Industrial Equipment: Electrical and
This course is the last in a series of four courses in American Sign                         Electronic Systems           Units 5
Language and Deaf Culture. Emphasis is on improving speed and          Prerequisites: None.
fluency. (UC, CSU)                                                     Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                                                                       Advisories: None.
SL 071      Elementary American Sign                                   This course is designed to instruct the student to analyze and repair
            Language Laboratory                       Units 0.5-1      electrical problems found on industrial and commercial engines and
Prerequisites: SL 001 with a grade of “C” or better.                   equipment. (CSU)
Corequisites: Concurrent enrollment in SL 001.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                       SM ENG 030D           Industrial Equipment:
Advisories: None.                                                                            Power Trains                         Units 5
This course is designed to reinforce and expand American Sign          Prerequisites: None.
Language (ASL) skills in a laboratory setting. Emphasis is placed on   Limitations on Enrollment: None.
fingerspelling, numbers, conversational regulators, basic American     Advisories: None.
Sign Language vocabulary, and basic American Sign Language             This course is designed to introduce specialized applications, drive
communication skills. This course may be taken for up to two (2)       trains, clutches, transmissions, and final drives. The student also
units.                                                                 writes work orders, develop parts lists, and works with customers.
                                                                       (CSU)
SL 072      Elementary American Sign
            Language Laboratory                       Units 0.5-1      SM ENG 066 Compact Diesel Engines                        Units 2.5
Prerequisites: SL 071 and SL 002 both with a grade of “C” or           Prerequisites: None.
better.                                                                Limitations on Enrollment: None.




                                                                                                                                               Description of Courses
Corequisites: Concurrent enrollment in SL 002.                         Advisories: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                       This course is an explanation of the design, operation, and proper
Advisories: None.                                                      maintenance of the latest compact diesel engines approved by the
This course is designed to reinforce and expand American Sign          California Air Resources Board (CARB) for operation and sales in
Language (ASL) skills. In a laboratory setting,                        California after 1997. Topics include fuel characteristics, current
                                                                       emissions testing and standards, related engine systems, operation,
SL 073      Intermediate American Sign Language                        and trouble-shooting. Problem-solving component failures and
                                                                       disassembly/assembly of a representative engine is included. Upon
            Laboratory                     Units 0.5-1
                                                                       successful completion of this course the student is prepared to take
Prerequisites: SL 072 and SL 003 both with a grade of “C” or           the Outdoor Power Equipment Certification (OPEC) test. (CSU)
better.
Corequisites: Concurrent enrollment in SL 003.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.                                                                  SOCIAL SCIENCE
This course is designed to reinforce and expand American Sign
Language (ASL) skills. In a laboratory setting, emphasis is placed     SOCSC 015         Selected Topics: Social Science Units 1-2
on fingerspelling, numbers, conversational regulators, intermediate    Prerequisites: None.
American Sign Language vocabulary, and specific American Sign          Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Language grammatical structure at an intermediate level. This          Advisories: None.
course may be taken for up to two (2) units.                           This topics course is designed to offer instruction in one of the
                                                                       specialized areas of social science not already covered by the
SL 074      Intermediate American Sign Language                        existing curriculum. (CSU)
            Laboratory                     Units 0.5-1
Prerequisites: SL 073 and SL 004 both with a grade of “C” or           SOCSC 030 American Immigrant Experience                     Units 3
better. Corerequisites: Concurrent enrollment in SL 004.               Prerequisites: Reading level II.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                       Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.                                                      Advisories: None.
This is a course designed to reinforce and expand American Sign        This course is an introduction to the immigrant experience in the
Language (ASL) skills. In a laboratory setting, emphasis is placed     United States. The course provides a theoretical framework for the
on fingerspelling, numbers, conversational regulators, intermediate    study of minority groups, examines the experiences of various racial
American Sign Language vocabulary, and specific American Sign          and ethnic groups in the United States over time, and evaluates
Language grammatical structure at an intermediate level. This          immigration policies. A historical overview of minority relations
course may be taken for up to two (2) units.                           demonstrates the prevalence of ethnic diversity in the Units States.
                                                                       (UC, CSU)
                         290                                                                                              SECTION IV, Description of Courses
                         SOCSC 075 Selected Topics: Social Science Units 0.5-3                     SOCIO 015         Selected Topics: Sociology             Units 0.5-2
                         Prerequisites: None; exempt from assessment testing.                      Prerequisites: None.
                         Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                          Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                         Advisories: None.                                                         Advisories: None.
                         This course is designed to offer instruction in one or more of the        This course is designed to offer instruction in one of the specialized
                         specialized areas of social science not covered by the existing           areas of sociology not already covered by existing curricula. (CSU)
                         curriculum. Units in this course do not count toward an associate
                         degree.                                                                   SOCIO 024         Social Welfare                             Units 3
                                                                                                   Prerequisites: None.
                         SOCSC 099V Work Experience: Social Science Units 1                        Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                         Prerequisites: Students must be enrolled in at least three units of       Advisories: None.
                         class work, of which at least one course and also employment, must        This course is designed to explore the origin and development of the
                         be related to major field of study.                                       religious, political, economic, social, and historical forces which
                         Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                          have contributed to the emergence of social welfare as an institution
                         Advisories: None.                                                         in America. It is intended for the social worker major or those with
                         This course is designed to give the student college credit for on-the-    particular interest in social welfare. (UC, CSU)
                         job experience related to the major study field. The student must
                         demonstrate new and expanded learning experiences before being            SOCIO 027 Gender in Contemporary Society                     Units 3
                         permitted to repeat. To register, complete an application form            Prerequisites: Reading level II.
                         available at the Applied Science and Technology Division Office,          Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                         Holt 140. This course may be repeated three times in sequence             Advisories: None.
                         except for summer school alternate plan.                                  This course is designed to examine changing sex roles in contempo-
                                                                                                   rary society, with a special emphasis on gender in the United States.
                                                                                                   The context of a historical and comparative analysis of men and
                                                                                                   women’s varying roles, statuses, and life chances is explored. Social
                                            SOCIOLOGY                                              problems, such as domestic violence, economic and social discrimi-
                                                                                                   nation, are also examined. This course also addresses the feminist
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                                                                                                   movement, the men’s movement and the conservative backlash to
                         SOCIO 001A            Introduction to Sociology              Units 3      feminism. (UC, CSU)
                         Prerequisites: Reading level II.
                         Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                                                                                                   SOCIO 033         Social Inequality in the United
                         Advisories: None.
                         This course is designed to examine how social forces affect human                           States                                     Units 3
                         behavior. The student classifies, discusses, and analyzes the major       Prerequisites: Reading level II.
                         social forces such as socialization, culture, class inequality and        Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                         differences, ethnic and racial relations, sex and gender, sexual          Advisories: None.
                         orientation, age and aging, disabilities, economic and political insti-   This course is designed to examine social inequality and stratifica-
                         tutions, education, family, religion, deviance, and social change.        tion from a theoretical and comparative perspective, but with an
                         (UC, CSU, CAN SOC 2)                                                      emphasis on the United States. The student discusses and analyzes
                                                                                                   types of inequality, such as age and gender inequality, and types of
                                                                                                   stratification, including racial, ethnic, and class stratification. The
                         SOCIO 001B Problems of A Changing Society Units 3                         experiences of many racial and ethnic groups are addressed, includ-
                         Prerequisites: Reading level II.                                          ing African-Americans, Asian-Americans, Latinos, Native Ameri-
                         Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                          cans, and Americans of European descent. (UC, CSU)
                         Advisories: None.
                         This course is designed to focus attention on the social problems
                                                                                                   SOCIO 045A Beginning Field Practicum                         Units 2
                         which grow out of rapid social and cultural change. Among topics
                                                                                                   Prerequisites: Reading level II; completion of or concurrent en-
                         considered are family disorganization, economic insecurity, juve-
                                                                                                   rollment in PSYCH 1 or SOCIO 1A.
                         nile delinquency and adult criminality, physical and mental ill
                                                                                                   Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                         health, racial discrimination, international tensions, and education.
                                                                                                   Advisories: None.
                         (UC, CSU, CAN SOC 4)
                                                                                                   This course is designed to provide an opportunity for the student to
                                                                                                   have on-the-job learning experiences in human service agencies.
                         SOCIO 005         Sociology of the Family                    Units 3      The student observes professional staff working with clients in
                         Prerequisites: None.                                                      public agencies. One hour in class is required each week to integrate
                         Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                          practical experiences with theory learned in sociology courses.
                         Advisories: None.                                                         (CSU)
                         This course is designed to address the sociology of family and the
                         social processes of family organization. Topics in the corse include
                                                                                                   SOCIO 045B Intermediate Field Practicum                      Units 2
                         the diverse forms of the family found worldwide, family connections
                                                                                                   Prerequisites: Completion of or concurrent enrollment in PSYCH 1
                         to the economy, marriage and divorce trends, myths about the
                                                                                                   or SOCIO 1A.
                         declining family and “family values,” and the realities of families
                                                                                                   Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                         living in poverty. The course examines the social, economic,
                                                                                                   Advisories: None.
                         gendered, and racial experiences of families in the U.S. The main
                                                                                                   This course is designed to provide an opportunity for the student to
                         goal of the course is to develop a sociological understanding of
                                                                                                   have guided experiences in human service agencies. The student
                         family as a social institution. (CSU)
                                                                                                   observes professional staff working with clients in public agencies
                                                                                                   and engages in supervised internship at a social service agency. One
                                                                                                   hour in class is required each week to integrate practical experiences
                                                                                                   with theory learned in psychology and sociology courses. (CSU)
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SOCIO 050H Special Studies: Sociology                    Units 1-2      SPAN 002A        Spanish for Fluent Speakers               Units 5
Prerequisites: Presentation of a project acceptable to the instruc-     Prerequisites: Successful completion of SPAN 001A
tor and the division chairperson; SOCIO 1A or 1B with a grade of        Prerequisite Skills: None.
“B” or better.                                                          Corequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                        Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.                                                       Advisories: None.
This course is designed to allow the qualified student to do advanced   This course is a continuation of Spanish for Fluent Speakers 001A
work in the field. The course includes research, directed reading,      designed for students who already communicate in Spanish and who
field work, or other advanced study. The course may be repeated for     want to develop and strengthen reading and writing skills with
a maximum total of four units. (CSU)                                    special emphasis on vocabulary expansion, proper grammatical
                                                                        usage, cultural and literary applications of the Spanish language.
SOCIO 075 Selected Topics: Sociology                   Units 0.5-3      Course is conducted in Spanish. (UC, CSU)
Prerequisites: None; exempt from assessment testing.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                        SPAN 003       Intermediate Spanish                        Units 5
Advisories: None.                                                       Prerequisites: SPAN-002 Elementary Spanish each with a grade of
This course is designed to offer instruction in one or more of the      “C” or better or SPAN-054 Elementary Spanish each with a grade
specialized areas of sociology not covered by the existing curricu-     of “C” or better.
lum. Units in this course do not count toward an associate degree.      Prerequisite Skills: None.
                                                                        Corequisites: None.
                                                                        Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                       SPANISH                                          Advisories: None.
                                                                        This course is designed to offer continued study of the Spanish
                                                                        language and Spanish cultures/area studies. Emphasis is placed on
SPAN 001       Elementary Spanish                           Units 5     communication skills (listening, speaking, reading and writing) and
Prerequisites: None.                                                    cultural understanding (behaviors, institutions, perspectives and
Prerequisite Skills: 1. Reading level II.                               artistic manifestations). Efforts to improve reading and composition
Corequisites: None.                                                     skills are based on both contemporary and traditional selection of
Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                        literary texts. (UC, CSU, CAN SPAN 8, CAN SPAN SEQ B with




                                                                                                                                               Description of Courses
Advisories: None.                                                       both SPAN 3 and 4)
This course is an introduction to the Spanish language and Spanish
cultures/area studies. Emphasis is placed on communication skills       SPAN 004       Intermediate Spanish                        Units 5
(listening, speaking, reading and writing) and cultural understanding   Prerequisites: SPAN-003 Intermediate Spanish each with a grade
(behaviors, institutions, perspectives and artistic manifestations).    of “C” or better.
(UC, CSU, CAN SPAN 2, CAN SPAN SEQ A with both SPAN 1 and               Prerequisite Skills: None.
2)                                                                      Corequisites: None.
                                                                        Limitations on Enrollment: None.
SPAN 001A         Spanish for Fluent Speakers              Units 5      Advisories: None.
Prerequisites: None.                                                    This course is designed to offer continued study of the Spanish
This course is designed for students who have never studied Spanish     language and Spanish cultures/area studies. Emphasis is placed on
formally, but who speak fluently and are able to use various language   communication skills (listening, speaking, reading and writing) and
strategies to express themselves in Spanish without resorting to        cultural understanding (behaviors, institutions, perspectives and
English. The course will place a strong emphasis on learning the verb   artistic manifestations). Efforts to improve reading and composition
system, reading, writing, and vocabulary building. Course is con-       skills are based on both contemporary and traditional selection of
ducted in Spanish. (UC, CSU)                                            literary texts. (UC, CSU, CAN SPAN 10, CAN SPAN SEQ B with
                                                                        both SPAN 3 and 4)
SPAN 002       Elementary Spanish                           Units 5
                                                                        SPAN 005       Advanced Spanish                            Units 5
Prerequisites: SPAN-001 Elementary Spanish each with a grade of
“C” or better or SPAN-052 Elementary Spanish each with a grade          Prerequisites: SPAN 004, Intermediate Spanish, or SPAN 002A,
of “C” or better.                                                       Spanish for Fluent Speakers, with a grade of “C” or better.
Prerequisite Skills: None.                                              Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Corequisites: None.                                                     Advisories: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                        This course is designed to provide students with a more detailed
Advisories: None.                                                       study of grammatical concepts, refinement of vocabulary and further
This course is an introduction to the Spanish language and Spanish      practice in composition at a more advanced level. Students will
cultures/area studies. Emphasis is placed on communication skills       continue studying literature, culture, and civilization. (UC, CSU)
(listening, speaking, reading and writing) and cultural understanding   SPAN 006       Advanced Spanish                            Units 5
(behaviors, institutions, perspectives and artistic manifestations).    Prerequisites: SPAN 005, Advanced Spanish, with a grade of “C”
(UC, CSU, CAN SPAN 4, CAN SPAN SEQ A with both SPAN 1 and               or better.
2)                                                                      Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                                                                        Advisories: None.
                                                                        This course is a continuation of SPAN 005. The course focuses on
                                                                        the development of advanced writing skills, with emphasis on how
                                                                        to write argumentative prose, essays, and research papers. Students
                                                                        will continue studying literature, culture, and civilization. (UC,
                                                                        CSU)
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                         SPAN 010       Basic Everyday Spanish                      Units 3      SPAN 038C         Special Assignment: Reading                Units 2
                         Prerequisites: None.                                                    Prerequisites: SPAN-001 Elementary Spanish each with a grade of
                         Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                        “C” or better or SPAN-051 Elementary Spanish each with a grade
                         Advisories: None.                                                       of “C” or better.
                         This course is designed to develop beginning communication strat-       Prerequisite Skills: None.
                         egies and vocabulary as well as basic oral and written comprehension    Corequisites: None.
                         in everyday situations. The emphasis is mainly on spoken Spanish.       Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                         (CSU)                                                                   Advisories: None.
                                                                                                 This course is a skill-building course with an emphasis on reading.
                         SPAN 030       Conversational Spanish: Discussions                      The course is designed to meet the special need of the student. The
                                        on Hispanic Cinema                Units 3                course is offered for individual or group study. (CSU)
                         Prerequisites: SPAN 1.
                         Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                        SPAN 038D         Special Assignment: Writing                Units 2
                         Advisories: None.                                                       Prerequisites: SPAN-001 Elementary Spanish each with a grade of
                         This course is designed to provide intensive practice in the spoken     “C” or better or SPAN-051 Elementary Spanish each with a grade
                         language with the objective of developing oral fluency and cultural     of “C” or better.
                         awareness through the discussion of Hispanic cinema. The student        Prerequisite Skills: None.
                         views and discusses Hispanic films from the early twentieth century     Corequisites: None.
                         to the present. The course analyzes movies as cultural artifacts and    Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                         pays special attention to the relationship between cinema and the       Advisories: None.
                         historical circumstances that surround its production. (CSU)            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
                         SPAN 036A Introductory Spanish Conversation Units 2                     course is offered for individual or group study. (CSU)
                         Prerequisites: SPAN-001 Elementary Spanish each with a grade of
                         “C” or better or SPAN-051 Elementary Spanish each with a grade          SPAN 050H         Special Studies: Spanish                 Units 1-2
                         of “C” or better.                                                       Prerequisites: SPAN-004 Intermediate Spanish each with a grade
                         Prerequisite Skills: None.                                              of “B” or better.
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                         Corequisites: None.                                                     Prerequisite Skills: 1. Presentation of a project acceptable to the
                         Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                        instructor and the division chairperson..
                         Advisories: None.                                                       Corequisites: None.
                         This course is designed to strengthen fundamental communication         Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                         patterns based on typical daily situations. (CSU)                       Advisories: None.
                                                                                                 This course is designed to allow the student to do advanced work in
                         SPAN 036B         Beginning Spanish Conversation Units 2                the language. The course includes research, directed reading, field
                         Prerequisites: SPAN-002 Elementary Spanish each with a grade of         work, or other advanced study. The course may be repeated for a
                         “C” or better or SPAN-053 Elementary Spanish each with a grade          maximum total of 4 units. (CSU)
                         of “C” or better.
                         Prerequisite Skills: None.                                              SPAN 051        Elementary Spanish                         Units 2.5
                         Corequisites: None.                                                     Prerequisites: Reading level II.
                         Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                        Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                         Advisories: None.                                                       Advisories: None.
                         This course is designed to achieve conversational ability based on      This course is an introduction to the Spanish language and Spanish
                         typical daily situations. (CSU)                                         culture. Emphasis is placed on the following skills in the order given:
                                                                                                 listening, speaking, reading, reading, and writing. The combined
                         SPAN 038A         Special Assignment: Listening            Units 2      five units of SPAN 51 and 52 are equivalent to SPAN 1. (UC, CSU,
                         Prerequisites: SPAN-001 Elementary Spanish each with a grade of         CAN SPAN 2 with both SPAN 51 and 52, CAN SPAN SEQ A with
                         “C” or better or SPAN-051 Elementary Spanish each with a grade          SPAN 51, 52, 53, and 54)
                         of “C” or better.
                         Prerequisite Skills: None.                                              SPAN 052        Elementary Spanish                         Units 2.5
                         Corequisites: None.                                                     Prerequisites: Successful completion of SPAN 51 with a grade of
                         Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                        “C” or better.
                         Advisories: None.                                                       Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                         This course is a skill-building course with an emphasis on listening.   Advisories: None.
                         The course is designed to meet the special need of the student. The     This course is an introduction to the Spanish language and Spanish
                         course is offered for individual or group study. (CSU)                  culture. Emphasis is placed on the following skills in the order given:
                         SPAN 038B Special Assignment: Pronunciation Units 2                     listening, speaking, reading, and writing. The combined five units of
                         Prerequisites: SPAN-001 Elementary Spanish each with a grade of         SPAN 51 and 2 are equivalent to SPAN 1. (UC, CSU, CAN SPAN
                         “C” or better or SPAN-051 Elementary Spanish each with a grade          2 with both SPAN 51 and 52, CAN SPAN SEQ A with SPAN 51, 52,
                         of “C” or better.                                                       53, and 54)
                         Prerequisite Skills: None.
                         Corequisites: None.
                         Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                         Advisories: None.
                         This course is a skill-building course with an emphasis on pronun-
                         ciation. The course is designed to meet the special need of the
                         student. The course is offered for individual or group study. (CSU)
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SPAN 053        Elementary Spanish                         Units 2.5      SP ED 075 Assisting the Student With
Prerequisites: Successful completion of SPAN 1 or SPAN 52 with a                    Disabilities                                        Units 1
grade of “C” or better.                                                   Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                          Prerequisite Skills: None.
Advisories: None.                                                         Corequisites: None.
This course is an introduction to the Spanish language and Spanish        Limitations on Enrollment: None.
culture. Emphasis is placed on the following skills in the order given:   Advisories: None.
listening, speaking, reading, and writing. The combined five units of     This course is designed as an introduction and orientation for the
SPAN 53 and 54 are equivalent to SPAN 2. (UC, CSU, CAN SPAN               student interested in working with disabled students at San Joaquin
4, CAN SPAN SEQ A with SPAN 51, 52, 53, and 54)                           Delta College. The course provides an overview of the following
                                                                          information: pertinent laws; campus support services, Disabled
SPAN 054        Elementary Spanish                         Units 2.5      Students Programs and Services (DSPS), understanding of a variety
Prerequisites: Successful completion of SPAN 53 with a grade of           of disabling conditions requiring assistance on campus, and skills
“C” or better.                                                            and best practices necessary for the student to effectively assist other
Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                          students on campus who have disabilities. Units in this course do not
Advisories: None.                                                         apply toward the associate degree.
This course is an introduction to the Spanish language and Spanish
culture. Emphasis is placed on the following skills in the order given:   SP ED 076 Special Topics in Special
listening, speaking, reading, and writing. The combined five units of               Education                                      Units 0.5-4
SPAN 53 and 54 are equivalent to SPAN 2. (UC, CSU, CAN SPAN               Prerequisites: None.
4 with both SPAN 53 and 54, CAN SPAN SEQ A with SPAN 51, 52,              Prerequisite Skills: None.
53, and 54)                                                               Corequisites: None.
                                                                          Limitations on Enrollment: None.
SPAN 071        Spanish in the Workplace                     Units 2      Advisories: None.
Prerequisites: None.                                                      This course is designed to offer instruction in one or more of the
Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                          specialized areas of special education not already covered by the
Advisories: None.                                                         existing curriculum. Units in this course do not count towared an




                                                                                                                                                     Description of Courses
This course is designed to provide a basic knowledge of Spanish to        associate degree.
facilitiate the student’s success in the workplace. Emphasis is placed
on the following skills in the order given: listening, speaking,          SP ED 078 Special Education Mathematics
reading, and writing. Vocabulary content varies according to the
student’s needs in the workplace. Units earned in this course do not
                                                                                    Laboratory                                        Units 0.5
count toward the associate degree.                                        Prerequisites: None; enrolled in DV ED 86, MATH 88, MATH 80,
                                                                          MATH 83A/83B, MATH 82, MATH 84A/84B, or MATH 12/PSYCH
                                                                          12.
SPAN 075        Selected Topics: Spanish                 Units 0.5-3      Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Prerequisites: None; exempt from assessment testing.                      Advisories: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                          This course is designed to provide assistance to the student enrolled
Advisories: None.                                                         in mathematics who has special learning needs due to visual impair-
This course is designed to offer instruction in one or more of the        ment. Units in this course do not count toward an associate degree.
specialized areas of Spanish not covered by the existing curriculum.
Units in this course do not count toward an associate degree.
                                                                          SP ED 082 Computer Access Evaluation for the
                                                                                    Student with Disabilities       Units 0.5
                                                                          Prerequisites: None.
       SPECIAL EDUCATION                                                  Prerequisite Skills: None.
                                                                          Corequisites: None.
                                                                          Limitations on Enrollment: None.
SP ED 015 Selected Topics: Special                                        Advisories: None.
          Education                                        Units 1-4      This course is designed for the student with a physical disability,
Prerequisites: None.                                                      sensory impairment and/or learning disability that require(s) adapted
Prerequisite Skills: None.                                                technology to access a computer. The course provides individual-
Corequisites: None.                                                       ized assessment of each student‘s skills and disability to be adapted
Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                          to the appropriate technology such as adapted keyboards, text and
Advisories: None.                                                         image magnification, voice recognition applications, computer screen
This course is designed to present selected topics dealing with           readers, etc. Units earned in this course do not apply to the associate
various aspects of special education which are not addressed by the       degree.
existing college curriculum. Topics include such areas as careers in
special education, concepts related to reasonable accommodation,          SP ED 083 Introduction to Kurzweil 1000                       Units 1
and the implications of disability in various work and educational        Prerequisites: None.
environments. (CSU)                                                       Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                                                                          Advisories: None.
SP ED 071 Fundamental Number Sense                         Units 1.5      This course is designed to introduce the student who is legally blind
Prerequisites: None.                                                      to a scanner and computer-based reading system using a speech
Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                          synthesizer. Units earned in this course do not apply to the associate
Advisories: None.                                                         degree.
This course is designed to provide the competencies that precede the
acquisition of arithmetical skills. Units earned in this course do not
count toward an associate degree.
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                         SP ED 084A       Word Processing with a Screen                         SP ED 086 Introduction to Adapted
                                          Reader Application                        Units 2               Word Processing                                     Units 1
                         Prerequisites: SP ED 85A with a grade of “C” or better.                Prerequisites: SP ED 85A with a grade of “C” or better.
                         Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                       Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                         Advisories: None.                                                      Advisories: None.
                         This course is designed for the student who requires non-visual and/   This course is designed to introduce basic concepts and operation of
                         or auditory access to computer information. The student uses a         word processing software using adaptive computer technology for
                         screen reader application to navigate a Windows environment and        the student with physical, communication, and/or learning disabili-
                         Internet sites. Units in this course do not apply to the associate     ties. The course focuses on developing familiarity with the skills
                         degree.                                                                necessary to create, save, retrieve, edit, format and print documents.
                                                                                                The course includes assessment of individual abilities and prescrip-
                         SP ED 084B       Word Processing with a Screen                         tive adaptive software/hardware for maximum success. Units in this
                                          Reader Application                        Units 2     course do not apply toward the associate degree.
                         Prerequisites: SP ED 84A with a grade of “C” or better.
                         Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                       SP ED 087A        Screen Reader Application                   Units 2
                         Advisories: None.                                                      Prerequisites: None.
                         This course is a beginning level course in word processing using a     Prerequisite Skills: None.
                         screen reader application for the student who requires a non-visual    Corequisites: None.
                         and/or auditory access to computer information. The course expands     Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                         and builds upon the skills developed in SP ED 84A, Beginning           Advisories: None.
                         Screen Reader Application. Units in this course do not apply towards   This course is designed to improve reading skills by the use of
                         the associate degree.                                                  computer-based screen readers. The student uses a screen reader
                                                                                                application to read electronic text and navigate those environments.
                         SP ED 085A       Introduction to Adapted                               The student will read various types of reading materials, including
                                                                                                fiction, non-fiction, magazine articles, and Internet based materials.
                                          Keyboarding                               Units 1     It is designed for but not limited to students with disabilities. This
                         Prerequisites: None.                                                   is a stand alone course and not for any program or degree.
                         Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Description of Courses




                         Advisories: None.
                         This course is designed to introduce basic computer keyboarding
                                                                                                SP ED 087B        Screen Reader Application -
                         skills using adaptive computer technology for the student with                           Section B                                   Units 2
                         physical, communication, and learning disabilities. The course         Prerequisites: SP ED-087A Screen Reader Application each with a
                         focuses on developing familiarity with the keyboard and touch          grade of “C” or better and.
                         typing skills for the alphabetic keys at an introductory level. The    Prerequisite Skills: None.
                         course includes assessment of individual abilities and prescriptive    Corequisites: None.
                         adaptive software/hardware for maximum success. Units in this          Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                         course do not apply toward an associate degree.                        Advisories: SP ED-084A each with a grade of “C” or better and
                                                                                                CS-070 each with a grade of “C” or better and SP ED-086 each
                                                                                                with a grade of “C” or better.
                         SP ED 085B       Beginning Adapted Keyboarding Units 1                 This course is designed to improve reading skills by the use of
                         Prerequisites: None.                                                   computer-based screen readers. The student uses a screen reader
                         Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                       application to read electronic text and navigate those environments.
                         Advisories: None.                                                      The student will read various types of reading materials, including
                         This course is a beginning-level course in adaptive computer key-      fiction, non-fiction, magazine articles, and Internet based materials.
                         boarding. The course focuses on expanding and refining keyboard        The student will also learn how to find electronic text materials on the
                         skills for the student with physical, communication, and learning      Internet, online libraries, and create their own electronic text from
                         disabilities using adaptive computer technology. This course ex-       printed text materials. This is a stand alone course and not proposed
                         pands and builds upon the skills developed in SP ED 85A, Introduc-     for any program or degree.
                         tion to Adapted Keyboarding. Units in this course do not apply
                         toward an associate degree.
                                                                                                SP ED 120 Tutorial Assistance                                 Units 0
                                                                                                Prerequisites: None.
                         SP ED 085C       Intermediate Adapted                                  Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                                          Keyboarding                               Units 1     Advisories: None.
                         Prerequisites: None.                                                   This course is designed to provide tutoring support for the student
                         Limitations on Enrollment:                                             with special learning needs who is enrolled in regular classes. The
                         Advisories: None.                                                      course offers up to three hours per week of tutoring for each course
                         This course is an intermediate-level course in adaptive computer       in which a student is enrolled. Tutoring is provided with special
                         keyboarding. The course focuses on expanding and refining key-         attention to learning styles, study skills such as notetaking, textbook
                         board skills for the student with physical, communication and          reading, and test-taking and computer access. The course goal is to
                         learning disabilities using adaptive computer technology. This         help the student become a self-sufficient, independent learner which
                         course expands and builds upon the skills developed in SP ED 85B,      may include the use of adaptive equipment and/or computer technol-
                         “Beginning Adapted Keyboarding.” Units in this course do not           ogy.
                         apply toward an associate degree.
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SP ED 122 Sign Language for Students                                       SP ED 147A        General Maintenance-Carpentry Units 0
          With Special Needs                                  Units 0      Prerequisites: None.
Prerequisites: None.                                                       This course is designed to provide vocational training in basic
Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                           carpentry for students with disabilities. The curriculum is intended
Advisories: None.                                                          to be flexible and assist individuals in reaching their maximum
This course is designed to provide students with disabilities the skills   abilities. To this end, the content and teaching methods are individu-
needed to learn basic sign language. Emphasis will be placed on            ally designed to meet the needs of the population served.
survival communication with deaf persons and interpreters.
                                                                           SP ED 147B        General Maintenance-Plumbing Units 0
SP ED 125 Positive Parenting                                  Units 0      Prerequisites: None.
Prerequisites: None.                                                       This course is designed to provide vocational training in basic
Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                           plumbing for students with disabilities. The curriculum is intended
Advisories: None.                                                          to be flexible and assist individuals to reaching their maximum
This course is designed to improve parenting skills for the parent         abilities. To this end, the content and teaching methods are individu-
with developmental disabilities. Areas of study include parenting          ally designed to meet the needs of the population served.
skills related to positive decision making, community resources,
health care, and home and child safety.                                    SP ED 147C        General Maintenance-Basic
                                                                                             Wiring                                     Units 0
SP ED 130 Resource Awareness for Persons                                   Prerequisites: None.
          With Disabilities                                   Units 0      This course is designed to provide vocational training in basic wiring
Prerequisites: None.                                                       for students with disabilities. The curriculum is intended to be
Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                           flexible and assist individuals in reaching their maximum abilities.
Advisories: None.                                                          To this end, the content and teaching methods are individually
This non-credit course is designed to provide the student with             designed to meet the needs of the population served.
developmental disabilities the skills necessary for semi-independent
and independent living. Areas of study include human services,             SP ED 147D        General Maintenance-Painting               Units 0
transportation, recreation, vocation, health, safety, and legal issues.    Prerequisites: None.




                                                                                                                                                     Description of Courses
A personal portfolio is established to organize documents and              This course is designed to provide vocational training in basic
information.                                                               painting for students with disabilities. The curriculum is intended to
                                                                           be flexible and assist individuals in reaching their maximum abili-
SP ED 133 Money Management for Persons                                     ties. To this end, the content and teaching methods are individually
          With Disabilities                                   Units 0      designed to meet the needs of the population served.
Prerequisites: None.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                           SP ED 151 Employment Readiness Training                      Units 0
Advisories: None.                                                          Prerequisites: None.
This noncredit course is designed to provide the student with              Limitations on Enrollment: None.
developmental disabilities the skills necessary for effective money        Advisories: None.
management. Areas of study include currency and coins, shopping,           This non-credit course is designed for the student with disabilities.
restaurant billing and tips, budgeting, utility bills, and checking        The course includes job applications, the interview process, creation
account(s).                                                                of a resume, training and the support necessary for success on the job.

SP ED 144 Janitorial Technology Training                      Units 0      SP ED 159 Health Education for Persons
Prerequisites: None.                                                                 With Disabilities                                  Units 0
Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                           Prerequitistes: None. Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.                                                          Advisories: None.
This noncredit course is designed to provide the student with the          This non-credit course is designed for the student with developmen-
necessary skills to work in the janitorial field. Emphasis is placed on    tal disabilities. The course provides an overview of health related
the safe use of janitorial/cleaning equipment and cleaning chemicals.      issues, including basic nutrition, weight control, exercise, sexually
                                                                           transmitted diseases, and hygiene. The course includes health risks
SP ED 145 Retail Skills Training                              Units 0      associated with obesity, behavior modification techniques to im-
Prerequisites: None.                                                       prove healthy choices, and the importance of exercise and activity in
Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                           health management.
Advisories: None.
This non-credit course is designed for the student with disabilities.      SP ED 195 Introduction to the Computer for
The course provides the necessary skills to work in a retail sales                   Persons with Disabilities                          Units 0
environment. Training and instruction is community based. Empha-           Prerequisites: None.
sis is placed on customer relations, merchandising, cash handling,         Limitations on Enrollment: None.
housekeeping standards, and cash register operations.                      Advisories: None.
                                                                           This course is designed to introduce a student with a disability to
SP ED 146 Office Technology                                   Units 0      elementary concepts and fundamental skills required to operate a
Prerequisites: None.                                                       microcomputer for personal use. The student learns needed theory
Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                           and techniques to: identify and manipulate screen objects; use
Advisories: None.                                                          mouse and keyboard commands; handle windows and dialog boxes;
This course is designed to provide vocational training in basic office     start and quit an application program; create and work with simple
technology for students with disabilities. The curriculum is intended      documents; improve the appearance of text; organize files and create
to be flexible and assist individuals to reaching their maximum            folders on a disk; perform single trouble-shooting and maintenance
abilities. To this end, the content and teaching methods are individu-     techniques using adaptive technology and/or alternate mode of
ally designed to meet the needs of the population served.                  computer access.
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                                                                                                     TAG 051 Elementary Tagalog                                Units 2.5
                                                  SPEECH                                             Prerequisites: None.
                                                                                                     Prerequisite Skills: None.
                         SPCH 075 Selected Topics: Speech                          Units 0.5-3       Corequisites: None.
                         Prerequisites: None; exempt from assessment testing.                        Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                         Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                            Advisories: None.
                         Advisories: None.                                                           This course is an introduction to the Tagalog language and culture.
                         This course is designed to offer instruction in one or more of the          Emphasis is placed on the following skills: listening, speaking,
                         specialized areas of speech not already covered by the existing             reading, and writing. The combined five units of Elementary
                         curriculum. Units in this course do not count toward an associate           Tagalog 51 and Elementary Tagalog 52 are equivalent to a first
                         degree.                                                                     semester Tagalog course. (UC, CSU)

                                                                                                     TAG 052 Elementary Tagalog                                Units 2.5
                                               TAGALOG                                               Prerequisites: TAG-051 Elementary Tagalog each with a grade of
                                                                                                     “C” or better.
                                                                                                     Prerequisite Skills: None.
                         TAG 038A Special Assignment: Listening                         Units 2
                                                                                                     Corequisites: None.
                         Prerequisites: TAG-051 Elementary Tagalog each with a grade of              Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                         “C” or better or.                                                           Advisories: None.
                         Prerequisite Skills: None.                                                  This course is a study and practice in speaking, reading, and writing
                         Corequisites: None.                                                         the language. Emphasis is placed on language, culture, and the
                         Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                            following skills: listening, speaking, reading, and writing. The
                         Advisories: None.                                                           combined five units of Elementary Tagalog 51 and Elementary
                         This course is skill-building with an emphasis on listening. The            Tagalog 52 are equivalent to a first semester Tagalog course. (UC,
                         course is designed to meet the special need of the student. It is offered   CSU)
                         for individual or group study. (CSU)
                                                                                                     TAG 053 Elementary Tagalog                                Units 2.5
                         TAG 038B Special Assignment:
Description of Courses




                                                                                                     Prerequisites: TAG-052 Elementary Tagalog each with a grade of
                                  Pronunciation                                         Units 2      “C” or better.
                         Prerequisites: TAG-051 Elementary Tagalog each with a grade of              Prerequisite Skills: None.
                         “C” or better.                                                              Corequisites: None.
                         Prerequisite Skills: None.                                                  Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                         Corequisites: None.                                                         Advisories: None.
                         Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                            This course is designed to continue study and practice in the language
                         Advisories: None.                                                           and culture. Emphasis is placed on speech patterns and the following
                         This course is skill-building with an emphasis on pronunciation. The        skills: listening, speaking, reading, and writing. The combined five
                         course is designed to meet the special need of the student. It is offered   units of Elementary Tagalog 53 and Elementary Tagalog 54 are
                         for individual or group study. (CSU)                                        equivalent to a second semester Tagalog course. (UC, CSU)

                         TAG 038C Special Assignment: Reading                           Units 2      TAG 054 Elementary Tagalog                                Units 2.5
                         Prerequisites: TAG-051 Elementary Tagalog each with a grade of              Prerequisites: TAG-053 Elementary Tagalog each with a grade of
                         “C” or better.                                                              “C” or better.
                         Prerequisite Skills: None.                                                  Prerequisite Skills: None.
                         Corequisites: None.                                                         Corequisites: None.
                         Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                            Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                         Advisories: None.                                                           Advisories: None.
                         This course is a skill-building course with an emphasis on reading.         This course is designed to continue study and practice in the language
                         The course is designed to meet the special need of the student. It is       and culture. Emphasis is placed on speech patterns and the following
                         offered for individual or group study. (CSU)                                skills: listening, speaking, reading, and writing. The combined five
                                                                                                     units of Elementary Tagalog 53 and Elementary Tagalog 54 are
                         TAG 038D Special Assignment: Writing                           Units 1      equivalent to a second semester Tagalog course. (UC, CSU)
                         Prerequisites: TAG-051 Elementary Tagalog each with a grade of
                         “C” or better.                                                              TAG 075 Selected Topics: Tagalog                        Units 0.5-3
                         Prerequisite Skills: None.                                                  Prerequisites: None; exempt from assessment testing.
                         Corequisites: None.                                                         Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                         Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                            Advisories: None.
                         Advisories: None.                                                           This course is designed to offer instruction in one or more of the
                         This course is a skill-building course with an emphasis on writing.         specialized areas of Tagalog not covered by the existing curriculum.
                         The course is designed to meet the special need of the student. It is       Units in this course do not count toward an associate degree.
                         offered for individual or group study. (CSU)
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                 VIETNAMESE                                             VOCATIONAL EDUCATION
VIET 051       Elementary Vietnamese                     Units 2.5      VO-ED 069V Internship: Vocational
Prerequisites: None.                                                               Education                                      Units 1-8
Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                        Prerequisites: None.
Advisories: None.                                                       Limitations on Enrollment: The student must enroll in a course that
This course is an introduction to the Vietnamese language and           is directly related to the vocational education technology intern-
Vietnamese culture. Emphasis is placed on the following skills in the   ship. The student must enroll in a minimum of 7 units during the
order given: listening, speaking, reading, and writing. The com-        semester including internship units. For summer session, the stu-
bined five units of VIET 51 and 52 are equivalent to VIET 1. (UC,       dent must enroll in one related course in addition to internship. The
CSU)                                                                    combined total number of units a student may take in internship,
                                                                        work experience, and occupational practice may not exceed a maxi-
VIET 052       Elementary Vietnamese                     Units 2.5      mum of 16 units. Participation requires submission and approval
Prerequisites: Successful completion of VIET 51 with a grade of         of internship program objectives and an employer internship agree-
“C” or better.                                                          ment.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                        Advisories: GUID 30, 31, 32, 33.
Advisories: None.                                                       This course is designed for the student participating in an occupa-
This course is an introduction to the Vietnamese language and           tional internship in vocational education technology. Application of
Vietnamese culture. Emphasis is placed on the following skills in the   discipline-related skills and knowledge of the Secretaries’ Commis-
order given: listening, speaking, reading, and writing. The com-        sion on Achieving Necessary Skills (SCANS) competencies is
bined five units of VIET 51 and 52 are equivalent to VIET 1. (UC,       emphasized. Each student is engaged in a specific research project
CSU)                                                                    or on-the-job learning activities under the supervision of a worksite
                                                                        supervisor and a college internship instructor. To register, complete
VIET 053       Elementary Vietnamese                     Units 2.5      an application form available at the Applied Science and Technology
Prerequisites: Successful completion of VIET 1 or 52 with a grade       Division office, Holt 140. (CSU)
of “C” or better.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                        VO-ED 080V Work Experience:




                                                                                                                                                 Description of Courses
Advisories: None.                                                                  Apprenticeship                                 Units 1-8
This course is an introduction to the Vietnamese language and           Prerequisites: None.
Vietnamese culture. Emphasis is placed on the following skills in the   Limitations on Enrollment: The student must enroll in a course that
order given: listening, speaking, reading, and writing. The com-        is directly related to the vocational education experience. The stu-
bined five units of VIET 53 and 54 are equivalent to VIET 2. (UC,       dent must enroll in a minimum of 7 units during the semester in-
CSU)                                                                    cluding work experience units. For summer session, the student
VIET 054       Elementary Vietnamese                     Units 2.5      must enroll in one related course in addition to work experience.
Prerequisites: Successful completion of VIET 53 with a grade of         The combined total number of units a student may take in intern-
“C” or better.                                                          ship, work experience, and occupational practice may not exceed a
Limitations on Enrollment: None.                                        maximum of 16 units. Participation requires submission and ap-
Advisories: None.                                                       proval of work experience program objectives and an employer work
This course is an introduction to the Vietnamese language and           experience agreement.
Vietnamese culture. Emphasis is placed on the following skills in the   Advisories: GUID 30, 31, 32, 33.
order given: listening, speaking, reading, and writing. The com-        This course is designed for the indentured apprentice. The course
bined five units of VIET 53 and 54 are equivalent to VIET 2. (UC,       objectives are developed by the students in consultation with his or
CSU)                                                                    her supervisor. The student is engaged in a specific research project
                                                                        or on-the-job learning activities under the supervision of a worksite
VIET 075 Selected Topics: Vietnamese                   Units 0.5-3      supervisor and a college work experience instructor. To register,
                                                                        complete an application form available at the Applied Science and
Prerequisites: None; exempt from assessment testing.
                                                                        Technology Division office, Holt 140.
Limitations on Enrollment: None.
Advisories: None.                                                       VO-ED 090V Work Experience: Vocational
This course is designed to offer instruction in one or more of the
specialized areas of Vietnamese not covered by the existing curricu-               Education                   Units 1-8
lum. Units in this course do not count toward an associate degree.      Prerequisites: None.
                                                                        Limitations on Enrollment: The student must enroll in a course that
                                                                        is directly related to the vocational education experience. The stu-
                                                                        dent must enroll in a minimum of 7 units during the semester in-
                                                                        cluding work experience units. For summer session, the student
                                                                        must enroll in one related course in addition to work experience.
                                                                        The combined total number of units a student may take in intern-
                                                                        ship, work experience, and occupational practice may not exceed a
                                                                        maximum of 16 units. Participation requires submission and ap-
                                                                        proval of work experience program objectives and an employer work
                                                                        experience agreement.
                                                                        Advisories: GUID 30, 31, 32, 33.
                                                                        This course is designed for the student employed in a career area. The
                                                                        course objectives are developed by the students in consultation with
                                                                        his or her supervisor. The student is engaged in a specific research
                                                                        project or on-the-job learning activities under the supervision of a
                                                                        worksite supervisor and a college work experience instructor. To
                                                                        register, complete an application form available at the Applied
                                                                        Science and Technology Division office, Holt 140.
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                         VO-ED 096V Work Experience: General                        Units 1-3      VOC NUR 004           Pediatric Nursing                    Units 3.5
                         Prerequisites: None.                                                      Prerequisites: VOC NUR 2.
                         Limitations on Enrollment: The student must enroll in a course that       Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                         is directly related to the vocational education experience. The stu-      Advisories: None.
                         dent must enroll in a minimum of 7 units during the semester in-          This course is designed to introduce the vocational nursing student
                         cluding work experience units. For summer session, the student            to the fundamental issues and trends in pediatric nursing. The
                         must enroll in one related course in addition to work experience.         theoretical framework of wholism is applied in analyzing patient and
                         The combined total number of units a student may take in intern-          family needs and the biological, psychological, sociological, cul-
                         ship, work experience, and occupational practice may not exceed a         tural, and spiritual factors that may affect their interaction with the
                         maximum of 16 units. Participation requires submission and ap-            environment. Threaded throughout the course is a strong emphasis
                         proval of work experience program objectives and an employer work         on growth and developmental changes that occur in the pediatric
                         experience agreement.                                                     population. In addition to the maintenance of the well child, the
                         Advisories: GUID 30, 31, 32, 33.                                          student is introduced to familial influences on child health promo-
                         This course is designed to award college credit for the student           tion, the mechanisms of disease, nutrition, and pharmacology. (CSU)
                         working on campus and enrolled in a course that directly relates to
                         his or her job. The student works for faculty members in offices, the     VOC NUR 005           Intermediate Medical/
                         library, laboratories, shops, or gymnasiums. To register, complete                              Surgical Nursing                       Units 9
                         an application form available at the Applied Science and Technology       Prerequisites: VOC NUR 4.
                         Division office, Holt 140.                                                Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                                                                                                   Advisories: None.
                                                                                                   This course is designed to introduce the student to the care of
                                                                                                   common disorders affecting the neurological, musculoskeletal, geni-
                             VOCATIONAL NURSING                                                    tourinary, and gynecological systems. Concepts related to psycho-
                                                                                                   pathology and oncology are included. Concurrent clinical practice
                         VOC NUR 001           Foundations of Nursing               Units 8.5      in the care of patients with specific dysfunctions builds upon the
                                                                                                   theoretical framework of wholism presented in lecture. The course
                         Prerequisites: BIOL 31 or BIOL 33 or BIOL 11; HS 36; HS/FCS
                                                                                                   includes a specialized clinical rotation in mental health nursing.
                         19; PSYCH 1; a grade of “C” or better in each prerequisite course
Description of Courses




                                                                                                   (CSU)
                         with a minimum GPA of 2.5 from prerequisite courses is required.
                         Limitations on Enrollment: Admission to the Vocational Nursing.
                         Advisories: None.                                                         VOC NUR 006           Advanced Medical/
                         This course is designed to introduce the student to the fundamental                             Surgical Nursing                       Units 9
                         issues and trends in nursing focusing on the collaborative roles of the   Prerequisites: VOC NUR 6.
                         Registered Nurse, Licensed Vocational Nurse, Psychiatric Techni-          Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                         cian and the Certified Nurse Assistant. Included in the content are       Advisories: None.
                         the basic concepts of anatomy and physiology, the mechanisms of           This course is designed to broaden student exposure to and percep-
                         disease, and the sciences of nutrition and pharmacology. Wholism          tions of the biological, psychological, sociological, cultural, and
                         is introduced as the theoretical framework used by the student in         spiritual aspects of health care. The student is introduced to concepts
                         identification of patient needs. The clinical component of the course     of illness and wellness states as related to immunology and commu-
                         focuses on care of the geriatric client. (CSU)                            nicable diseases. Trauma and emergency nursing care procedures
                                                                                                   are presented. Ethical and legal issues and relevant pharmacology
                         VOC NUR 002           Introduction to Medical and                         content are integrated. Rehabilitation programs are included to
                                               Surgical Nursing            Units 8.5               emphasize the community aspects of nursing care. Leadership and
                                                                                                   supervision content are presented to help the student relate to the
                         Prerequisites: Admission to Vocational Nursing Program; VOC NUR
                                                                                                   various roles within the health care organization. (CSU)
                         1.
                         Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                         Advisories: None.
                         This course is designed to introduce the student to the nursing care
                         of patients with common medical-surgical disorders of the cardio-
                         vascular, respiratory, and endocrine systems and that of the special
                                                                                                      Description of New Course
                         senses. The clinical focus of this course is nursing care of adult                           Effective Spring 2007
                         patients with an uncomplicated course of treatment utilizing the
                         concept of wholism. The student is introduced to principles of
                                                                                                   RAD 040 Senior Review, Adv. Radiation
                         asepsis as applied to pre-operative and post-operative patient man-
                         agement. Psychiatric technicians may be able to have this course                  Protection, & Fluoroscopic Systems                   Units 6
                         waived. (CSU)                                                             Prerequisites: RAD-010 Introduction to Radiography each with a
                                                                                                   grade of “C” or better.
                         VOC NUR 003           Obstetrical Nursing                  Units 3.5      Prerequisite Skills: None.
                                                                                                   Corequisites: None.
                         Prerequisites: VOC NUR 2.
                                                                                                   Limitations on Enrollment: Admission to the Radiological Tech-
                         Limitations on Enrollment: None.
                                                                                                   nology Program due to contractual agreement with hospital.
                         Advisories: None.
                                                                                                   Advisories: None.
                         This course is designed to prepare the vocational nursing student for
                                                                                                   This course is designed for advanced student qualifying for gradua-
                         the role of providing care to low-risk and high-risk childbearing
                                                                                                   tion from a 24-month program. The course includes formal instruc-
                         families. The theoretical framework of wholism is utilized for
                                                                                                   tion in radiation protection, specifically California Code of Regula-
                         identification of biological, psychological, sociological, cultural,
                                                                                                   tions Title 17, Public Health, and the standards of the National
                         and spiritual family needs. The nursing process is utilized for the
                                                                                                   Council on Radiation protection (NCRP). In preparation for the state
                         planning and implementation of care. Fundamental issues, trends
                                                                                                   and national examinations, a comprehensive review of materials
                         and the role of the vocational nurse in childbearing nursing are
                                                                                                   covered throughout the two-year period is included with additional
                         addressed. (CSU)
                                                                                                   information on imaging equipment and innovative technology. (CSU)

								
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