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									                       Vista
           Community College
                   A Peralta College

2003-2005 Catalog Supplement

                          June 2004


                  2020 Milvia Street
                Berkeley, CA 94704
                     (510) 981-2800
         www.peralta.cc.ca.us (Vista)
                                      Vista College 2003-2005 Catalog Supplement



Vista College Catalog Supplement

The Vista Community College Catalog describes the courses, programs, and
services of the College that are planned for the 2003-2005 academic years. The
catalog describes most of the policies and regulations affecting students. As a
student, you are responsible for becoming familiar with this information. You
may obtain more current or complete information from the appropriate
administrative office.

The Vista Community College Catalog Supplement is a summary of changes that
the college has made in curriculum as well as other policies affecting students
that have occurred since the publication of the 2003-2005 catalog.


Accuracy Statement
Vista Community College endeavors to present its programs and policies to the
public accurately and fairly. Those responsible for the 2003-2005 catalog
supplement made every effort to ensure that the information presented is correct
and up-to-date. The College reserves the right to add, amend, or repeal any
rules, regulations, policies, and/or procedures. The College assumes no
responsibility for program changes or publication errors beyond its control.




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                                  Contents
                                                                        pg(s).

Fall 2004/Spring 2005 Calendars                                         4-5

Corrections, Updates, & Additions to the Vista 2003-2005 Catalog        6-12

        Non-Resident Tuition Exemption

        Transfer Admissions Agreement (TAA), UC-Riverside, UC-Santa
        Barbara

Associate Degree and Certificate Program Additions,
Changes, and Revisions

        American Sign Language, Associate in Arts Degree                13-14
            Certificate of Completion, Recommended Two-Year Course
            Sequence
        Computer Information Systems- Computer Programming              15
            Certificate of Completion
        Computer Information Systems- Web Programming                   16
            Certificate of Completion
        Computer Information Systems- Network Support Technician        17
            Certificate of Completion
        Multimedia Arts- Writing for Multimedia                         18
            Associate in Arts Degree
        Multimedia Arts- Writing for Multimedia                         19-20
            Certificates of Completion
        Travel Industry- Inbound Travel,                                21
            Certificate of Achievement

Course Additions                                                        22-34




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Fall 2004 Semester Calendar
August 19               Classes Begin

August 21               Saturday Classes Begin

September 2             Last Day to Drop Classes and Receive a Refund

September 4             Last Day to Add Classes

September 6             Holiday—Labor Day

September 7             Census Day

September 18            Last Day to Drop Classes without a “W”

October 15              Last Day to File Petitions for A.A. or A.S. Degree
                        or Certificate

November 11             Holiday—Veteran’s Day

November 24             Last Day to Drop Classes with a “W”

November 24             Attendance Verification

November 25-27          Holiday—Thanksgiving

December 11             Saturday Classes End

December 13-17          Final Exams

December 17             Semester Ends

December 24-January 2   Winter Break




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Spring 2005 Semester Calendar

January 10       Classes Begin

January 15       Saturday Classes Begin

January 17       Holiday— Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s Birthday

January 24       Last Day to Add Classes

January 25       Last Day to Drop Classes and Receive a Refund

February 1       Census Day

February 10      Last Day to Drop Classes without a “W”

February 18-21   Holidays— President’s Weekend

March 11         Last Day to File Petitions for A.A. or A.S. Degree
                 or Certificate

March 21-27      Spring Break

April 25         Last Day to Drop Classes with a “W”

April 25         Attendance Verification

May 20           Holiday— Malcolm X’s Birthday

May 21           Saturday Classes End

May 23-27        Final Exams

May 20           Semester Ends

May 30           Holiday—Memorial Day




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Corrections to the Vista 2003-2005 Catalog

Catalog Page      Correction(s)


117               English Language and Writing- English 82 and 83
                  satisfy Literature Electives, not Writing Electives

147               This page should read “Certificate of Completion in
                  Web Design/Production: Level II”

148               The Social Services Paraprofessional Associate in Arts
                  Degree and Certificate of Completion received official
                  approval by the State Chancellor’s Office, Fall, 2003.

153               The Spanish Certificate of Completion received
                  official approval by the State Chancellor’s Office,
                  Spring, 2004.

163               ANTHR 1L- there is a prerequisite or co-requisite of
                  ANTHR 1.

171               BIOL 25- the notation “Not open for credit to students
                  who have completed Biology 1A or 1B or 10” should
                  be removed.

195               FREN 1B- fulfills IGETC area 3B.




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Updates and Additions to the Vista 2003-2005 Catalog
Subject        Catalog   Updates/Additions

CHEM Courses     175     CHEM 1A (description updated)- General principles
                         of chemistry: Measurements, atomic theory, chemical
                         nomenclature, chemical composition, stoichiometry,
                         reactions in aqueous solution, thermochemistry,
                         electron configurations, periodic properties, chemical
                         bonding, gases, liquids, solids, and solutions.

                 175     CHEM 1B (description updated)- General principles
                         of chemistry: Kinetics, equilibrium, acid base
                         equilibria, entropy and free energy, electrochemistry,
                         nuclear chemistry, coordination chemistry, and an
                         introduction to organic chemistry.

                 176     CHEM 30A (description updated)- Fundamental
                         principles of inorganic chemistry: Metric
                         measurements, matter and energy, atomic structure,
                         chemical nomenclature, chemical bonding, chemical
                         reactions, stoichiometry, gas laws, nuclear chemistry,
                         properties of liquids, solids, solutions, acids, and
                         bases.

                 176     CHEM 30B (description updated)- Introduction to basic organic
                         chemistry and biochemistry: Hydrocarbons, organic functional
                         groups, nomenclature, and reactions: polymers,
                         carbohydrates, proteins, enzymes, lipids, nucleic
                         acids, protein synthesis, and metabolic pathways.

CIS Courses      176     CIS 3 (description updated)- Mathematical concepts
                         in the context of computer applications: Algorithms
                         and analysis of algorithms, numbering systems, logic
                         and mathematical proofs (contradiction and
                         induction), sets, relations and functions,
                         combinatorics, graph theory, Boolean algebra, and
                         discrete probability.




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               177   CIS 27- Data Structures and Algorithms. Prerequisite:
                     CIS 25 or 26 or 36A. Mathematical concepts in the use
                     of abstract forms of data in programming: Concepts,
                     implementation, and applicability of different forms
                     of data to various programming problems (change in
                     title, pre-requisite, and course description).



               177   CIS 36- CIS 36A- Java Programming Language I.
                     Introduction to object-oriented program design:
                     Overview of the Java programming language
                     including developing applets for web pages and
                     stand-alone applications (change in course number,
                     title, and description).


               177   CIS 40- Database Management. Design,
                     implementation, and maintenance of databases:
                     Analysis of user requirements; building tables,
                     queries, forms, reports, and other topics (change in
                     course title and description).



ENGL Courses   191   ENGL 201A- ENGL 259D added as course that will
                     satisfy the prerequisite an additional to those courses
                     already listed.

LIS Courses    205   LIS 85- Recommended Preparation- Engl 201A or
                     appropriate placement through multiple-measures
                     assessment, and CIS 1 or 200 or 205 or BUS 219.
                     Introduction to the basic concepts and tools used in
                     information research: Emphasis on how to develop a
                     research topic, find, locate, evaluate and use
                     information; search strategies for print and online
                     resources including reference books, catalogs,
                     indexes, specialized databases and the Internet
                     (change in course recommended preparation and
                     description).




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MMART courses   210   MMART 110- changed to Scriptwriting and
                      Storyboarding.

                212   MMART 148A- Sound Design and Video I. Co-
                      requisite: MMART 148LA (change in course number
                      and co-requisite number).

                213   MMART 148L- MMART 148LA- Sound Design and
                      Video I Lab. Co-requisite: MMART 148A (change in
                      course number and co-requisite number).

POSCI courses   220   POSCI 12- (description updated)- Not open for credit to
                      students who have completed or are currently enrolled in
                      HIST 31. Survey of economic, political and social
                      forces behind current Middle East tensions:
                      Examination of key current conflicts in the Middle East;
                      analysis of the role of oil, religious and national
                      antagonisms and the geopolitical importance of the
                      region in twentieth century superpower policy.

TRAV courses    227   TRAV 60A- Travel Industry Resources and
                      Procedures I (change in course title).

                227   TRAV 60B- Travel Industry Resources and
                      Procedures II
                      (change in course title).

                230   TRAV 81- Meeting Event, and Trade Show Planning.
                      1 unit, 1 hour lecture- Developing successful meeting,
                      events, and trade shows for corporations and
                      associations: Site selection, contract negotiations,
                      transportation and housing needs, food and beverage
                      service, program development, and other elements
                      (change in course title, unit value, and description).




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Course Additions for IGETC, CSU GE Breadth, UCB Letters and Science,
UC Transferable Courses and Vista General Education AA/AS courses:

      IGETC Course Additions:
Area 1: no additions
Area 2: no additions
Area 3: ENGL 82, 83; PHIL 16; SPAN 10A, 10B
Area 4: ANTHR 13, 15; HIST 22, 23, 31, 37, 38: POSCI 2, 25: PSYCH 10, 21;
       SOCSC 2
Area 5: no additions

      California State University General Ed. Breadth Course Additions:
Area A: no additions
Area B-1: no additions
    B-2: no additions
    B-3: Math 50
Area C-1: no additions
    C-2: English 82, 83: Phil 16: Spanish 10A, 10B
Area D: ANTHR13, 15; HIST 22, 23, 31, 37, 38; POSCI 2, 25; PSYCH 10, 21:
         SOCSC 2
Area E: PSYCH 10

      UC Berkeley Letters and Science Course Additions:
Area B, 1: Arts and Literature – ART 98; ENGL 21, 33B
Area B, 2: Biological Sciences – BIOL 33, 34
Area B, 3: Historical Studies – HIST 37; POSCI 25
Area B, 4: International Studies – HIST 38
Area B, 7: Social Sciences – HIST 37; POSCI 25
American Cultures Requirement: HIST 7B

     UC Transferable Course Additions:
ANTHR 15; ART 98; BIOL 33, 34; CIS 36B; EDUC 1; ENGL 21; HIST 31, 37, 38;
POSCI 25

      Vista General Education Course Additions for AA/AS Degrees:
Area 1: Natural Sciences: GEOG 10
Area 2: Social and Behavioral Sciences: ANTHR 15; HIST 31, 37, 38; POSCI 25
Area 3: Humanities: MMART 121, 122B, 124
Area 4d: Oral or Written Communication, or Literature: MMART 101, 109, 112
Area 5: Ethnic Studies: HIST 19



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California Nonresident Tuition Exemption for Eligible
California High School Graduates Implementation of AB 540


If you are a student, other than a nonimmigrant alien, who meets all of the following
requirements, you shall be exempt from paying nonresident tuition at the California
Community Colleges, the University of California, and the California State University
(all public colleges and universities in California:
     Requirements:

          1. You must have attended a high school (public or private) in
             California for three or more years.
          2. You must have graduated from a California high school or attained
             the equivalent prior to the start of the term (for example, passing
             the GED or California High School Proficiency exam).
          3. If you are an alien student who is without lawful immigration
             status, you must file an affidavit with the college or university
             stating that you have filed application to legalize your immigration
             status, or will file an application as soon as you are eligible to do so.

      If you are a non-immigrant alien [for example, someone who holds an F
       (student) visa, a B (visitor) visa, etc.], you are not eligible for this
       exemption.
      You must file an exemption request, including a signed affidavit, with
       Vista Community College that indicates that you have met all applicable
       conditions described above. Student information obtained in this process
       is strictly confidential unless the law requires disclosure. Forms are
       available from the Vista Admissions and Records Office.
      If you are eligible for this exemption and are transferring to another
       California public college or university, you must submit a new request
       (and documentation if required) to each college under consideration.
      If you are a nonresident student meeting the criteria, you will be exempt
       from the payment of nonresident tuition, but you will not be classified as
       a California resident. You will continue to be a “nonresident.”
      AB 540 does not provide student financial aid eligibility for
       undocumented non-immigrant alien students. If you are a non-immigrant
       alien student, you will remain ineligible for state and federal financial aid.
       Students admitted under AB 540 are not ineligible for the Board of
       Governors Enrollment Fee Waiver, EOPS services, and other programs
       that require California residency as a condition of eligibility.


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Transfer Admissions Agreements

In addition to the Transfer Admission Agreements (TAA) listed in the 2003-2005
catalog, Vista now has transfer admissions agreements with:

      UC-Santa Barbara
      UC-Riverside.

For information about TAAs, please see a counselor.




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Program Additions, Changes, and Revisions

                              American Sign Language
                              Associate in Arts Degree
                        and Certificate of Completion Programs

American Sign Language is the fourth most used language in the United States. It is the major
language that the American Deaf population uses.

Vista’s American Sign Language Program focuses on understanding Deaf culture, acquiring
communicative skills and grammar, and understanding the communications process between
the Deaf and hearing communities.

The program will prepare you to become proficient in ASL for personal or work -
related use, i.e., sign language interpreter, bilingual teacher, bilingual service
provider, parent of deaf children, deafened adult, or someone who must lear n
another language.

You must successfully complete all required ASL skill classes, except beginning ASL, at Vista.




                                 American Sign Language
                  Associate in Arts Degree* and Certificate of Completion


        Required Courses                                                           Units

        ASL 50             American Sign Language I                                  4
        ASL 51             American Sign Language II                                 4
        ASL 52             American Sign Language III                                4
        ASL 53             American Sign Language IV                                 4
        ASL 55A            History and Culture of Deaf People in America I           3
        ASL 55B            History and Culture of Deaf People in America II          3
        ASL 57             Structure of American Sign Language                       3
        ASL 200B           Classifiers II                                            2
        ASL 201            American Sign Language Field Experience                   3
        ASL 202B           Fingerspelling & Numbers II                               1

                           Total minimum required units                              31*




*For the Associate in Arts degree in American Sign Language, you must complete the General Education
pattern and elective courses for an additional 29 units.




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                  American Sign Language Associate in Arts Degree/
                              Certificate of Completion
                    Recommended Two-Year Course Sequence
                           Beginning in the Fall Semester

You can use the following pattern to complete an Associate in Arts degree or a Certificate of
Completion in American Sign Language. This is only one possible pattern. If you wish to earn
an associate degree or certificate, you must participate in the Student Success Program
(Matriculation), which includes assessing academic skills and developing a Student Education
Plan (SEP) with a counselor. This plan will map your sequence of courses to help you complete
your degree regardless of the semester you begin classes.*

                                            1st Semester/Fall

         Course                                                                            Units
         ASL 50AB          American Sign Language I                                         4
         ASL 55A           History and Culture of Deaf People in America I                  3
                           General Education or Elective classes for AA                     8
                                                                    Total                   15

                                         2nd Semester/Spring
         ASL 51AB          American Sign Language II                                         4
                           General Education or Elective classes for AA                     11
                                                                    Total                   15

                                              Summer Session
         ASL 200A          Classifiers I                                                    2*
         ASL 202A          Fingerspelling & Numbers I                                       1*

                                           3rd Semester/Fall
         ASL 52AB          American Sign Language III                                       4
         ASL 57            Structure of American Sign Language                              3
         ASL 202B*         Fingerspelling & Numbers II                                      1*
                           General Education or Elective classes for AA                     7
                                                                    Total                   15

                                         4th Semester/Spring
         ASL 53AB          American Sign Language IV                                        4
         ASL 55B           History and Culture of Deaf People in America II                 3
         ASL 200B          Classifiers II                                                   2
         ASL 201A          American Sign Language Field Experience                          3
                           General Education or Elective classes for AA                     3
                                                                    Total                   15


*ASL 200A (Classifiers I, 2 Units) and ASL 202A (Fingerspelling & Numbers I, 1 Unit) are optional classes.




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                                Computer Programming
                                Certificate of Completion

This program will prepare you for a career as a computer professional in job
titles such as programmer, programmer/analyst, systems analyst, or software
developer. The program is also recommended for professionals in other areas
who want to develop computer programming skills. You may need further
course work at a four-year institution for some career objectives. You should
have a solid computer literacy background before entering the program as
evidenced by course work such as CIS 1, CIS 5, or both CIS 200 and CIS 42A or
the equivalents. This certificate is undergoing final approval by the State
Chancellor’s Office of the California Community Colleges. Final approval is
expected by Fall 2004.


      Required Courses                                                        Units

      Fundamental Courses
      CIS 6              Introduction to Computer Programming                 5
      CIS 26             C Programming                                        4

      Intermediate Courses (Choose 2)
      CIS 25             Object-Oriented Programming Using C++                4
      CIS 36A            Java Programming Language I                          4
      CIS 20             Microcomputer Assembly Language                      4
      CIS 215            Introduction to Programming Using Basic              2
                         and
      CIS 216            Introduction to Programming Using Visual Basic       2

      Advanced Programming (Choose 2)
      CIS 36B            Java Programming Language II                         4
      CIS 27             Data Structure and Algorithms                        4
      CIS 103            Survey of Program/Language for the Web—
                         Continuation                                         4

      Professional Competence
      CIS 81             Systems Analysis with UML                            3
      CIS 82             Design Patterns                                      4
      CIS 83             Capstone Project                                     3
      BUS 201            Business Communication                               3
                                                                      Total   38




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                                Web Programming
                             Certificate of Completion


This program will prepare you for a career in programming for the Internet and
the World Wide Web in job titles such as web programmer, programmer/analyst,
software developer, and information technology professional. You should have
a solid computer literacy background as evidenced by course work such as CIS 1,
CIS 5, or CIS 200 and CIS 42A or the equivalents. This certificate is undergoing
final approval by the State Chancellor’s Office of the California Community
Colleges. Final approval is expected by Fall 2004.



      Required Courses                                                      Units

      Fundamental Courses
      CIS 6          Introduction to Computer Programming                    5
      CIS 36A        Java Programming Language I                             4

      Scripting Languages
      CIS 85         JSP and Servlets                                        4

      Professional Competence
      CIS 81         Systems Analysis with UML                               3
      CIS 83         Capstone Project                                        3
      CIS 84         Database Programming for the Web                        4
      CIS 101/101L   Survey of Program/Language for the Web & Lab            3
      CIS 103        Survey of Program/Language for the Web—
                     Continuation                                            4
      CIS 105        Mechanics of Web Page Design                            1
      MMART 130/     Survey of Digital Imaging & Lab
          130L                                                               3
      BUS 201        Business Communication                                  3
                                                                    Total    37




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                              Network Support Technician
                               Certificate of Completion


This program will prepare you for employment as a technical support worker
providing technical assistance and training to computer system users,
investigating and resolving computer software and hardware problems for users,
and answering client inquiries concerning the use of computer hardware and
software. It prepares you for entry-level employment in computer technical
support, including job titles such as technical support representative, help desk
associate, and computer support specialist. It may also provide a career path into
network administration. This certificate is undergoing final approval by the
State Chancellor’s Office of the California Community Colleges. Final approval
is expected by Fall 2004.


      Required Courses                                                          Units

      Technical Support Core

      CIS 1              Introduction to Computer Information Systems            4
      CIS 86             Using Microcomputer Operating Systems                   4
      CIS 87             Introduction to Windows Server/Networking               4
      CIS 88             Introduction to Microcomputer Hardware
                         and Software                                            4
      CIS 89             Introduction to Data Communications and
                         Networking                                              4
      CIS 91             Windows Networking and Operating System
                         Essentials                                              4
      CIS 206            Network Cabling                                         2
      CIS 207            Computer Systems Troubleshooting                        4
      BUS 201            Business Communication                                  3

      Electives (Choose One)

      CIS 90             Fundamentals of Network Security                        4
      CIS 92             Fundamentals of Linux                                   4
                                                                        Total    37




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                      Associate in Arts Degree – Writing for Multimedia*

A.A. Core (30 units)
The following core courses are required for all Multimedia Arts A.A. students

Required Courses                                                                            Units
ART 41                        Basic Design                                                  2
ENGL 1A                       Reading & Composition                                         4
HUMAN 21                      Film: Art & Communication                                     3
MMART 110                     Scriptwriting and Storyboarding                               3
MMART 120                     Media & Communication                                         3
MMART 130/130L                Survey of Digital Imaging for Multimedia & Lab                3
MMART 150A/150LA              Digital Video Editing and Design I & Lab                      3
MMART 175/175L                Introduction to Animation and Authoring & Lab                 3
MMART 197                     Multimedia Portfolio Development                              3
MMART 199                     Multimedia Special Projects                                   3
                                                                        Core Total          30

A.A. Specialization Courses
Students must take the A.A. Core plus the following 15 units of specialization
courses:

MMART 111A                    Narrative Scriptwriting I                                     3
MMART 112                     Writing for News and Documentary                              3
MMART 113                     Interactive Writing for the Web and CD-ROM                    3
MMART 114/114L                User-centered Design & Lab                                    4
MMART 109                     Writing for the Business of Multimedia                        3
                                                                 Specialization Total       16

Total minimum units required for the A.A. Degree in Writing for Multimedia:
46 units

For an Associate in Arts Degree, students must complete the General Education pattern and optional
courses for an additional 15 units.



*The Associate of Arts degree and two Certificates of Completion in Writing for Multimedia are
undergoing final approval by the State Chancellor’s Office of the California Community Colleges. Final
approval is expected by Fall 2004.




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               Certificates of Completion – Writing for Multimedia

The Multimedia Arts Program offers two certificates of completion in Writing for
Multimedia. Level I provides broad skills necessary for entry-level responsibilities in
the multimedia industry. Level II provides an in-depth exploration of the specific areas
of concentration in the industry.

Certificate Core (23 units)
The following courses are required for all Multimedia Arts Certificate students:

ART 41                    Basic Design                                        2
HUMAN 21                  Film: Art & Communication                           3
MMART 110                 Scriptwriting & Storyboarding                       3
MMART 120                 Media & Communication                               3
MMART 130/130L            Survey of Digital Imaging for Multimedia & Lab      3
MMART 150A/150LA          Digital Video Editing and Design I & Lab            3
MMART 175/175L            Introduction to Animation and Authoring & Lab       3
MMART 199                 Multimedia Special Projects                         3



Writing for Multimedia Emphasis
Students must take the Certificate Core plus the following:

Specialization Courses:

Level I (Complete the following 7 units):
MMART 113                 Interactive Writing for the Web and CD-ROM          3
MMART 114/114L            User-centered Design & Lab                          4

Level II (Complete Level I courses above plus 24 units from the following Specialization
courses):
MMART 109                 Writing for the Business of Multimedia              3
MMART 111A                Narrative Scriptwriting I                           3
MMART 111B                Narrative Scriptwriting II                          3
MMART 112                 Writing for News and Documentary                    3
MMART 115                 Advanced Storyboarding                              3
MMART 116                 Storytelling in Animation                           3
MMART 121                 Digital Culture                                     3
MMART 122                 From Movies to Multimedia                           3
MMART 124                 Media Interpretation and Criticism                  3




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Enhancement Courses:

Level I (Select 3 units from the list below).
Level II (Complete 6 units from the list below).
MMART 197                   Multimedia Portfolio Development                          3
MMART 198                   Multimedia Project Management                             3
BUS 5                       Human Relations in Business                               3
                            (or SPCH 20 Interpersonal Communication Skills)
BUS 76                      E-Commerce Strategies/Entrepreneurship                    3

Total minimum units required for the Certificate Level I in Writing for Multimedia: 33 units
Total Minimum units required for the Certificate Level II in Writing for Multimedia: 60 units




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                               Inbound Travel
                         Certificate of Achievement

An emerging venue within the travel industry is inbound travel. This segment of
the travel industry has grown tremendously since 9/11/01. The community
advisory committee for the travel program has strongly recommended providing
students training and certification in inbound travel.


      Required Courses                                                    Units

      TRAV 78             Inbound Travel                                   0.5
      TRAV 64             Sales and Customer Service                       3
      TRAV 71A            Principles of Group Travel:
                          Introduction to Group Travel                     0.5
      TRAV 71B            Principles of Group Travel: Tour Costing         0.5
      TRAV 71C            Principles of Group Travel: Tour Marketing       0.5
      TRAV 71D            Principles of Group Travel:
                          Writing Effective Tour Brochures                 0.5
      TRAV 71E            Principles of Group Travel:
                          In-House Tour Operations                         0.5
      TRAV 71F            Principles of Group Travel:
                          International Tour Directing                     0.5
      TRAV 72             Destination Studies
                          (choose any 3 U.S. domestic destinations)        1.5
      TRAV 75             Selling Tours and Packages                       0.5
      TRAV 81             Meeting, Event and Trade Show Planning           1.0
      TRAV 82             Hotel/Hospitality Overview                       0.5
      COPED 458D          Occupational Work Experience
                          in the Travel Industry                           1.0
                                           Total minimum required units    11




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Course Additions

ANTHRO 15, 3 Units                                CIS 20, 4 Units
Male and Female:                                  Microcomputer Assembly
Anthropological Perspectives                      Language
3 hours lecture. Acceptable for credit:           3 hours lecture, 3 hours lab
UC/CSU                                            Recommended Preparation: CIS 3 or 6
A comparative approach to the                     or 12 or 26. Acceptable for credit: CSU
study of sex roles; biological bases,             Introduction to assembly language:
cultural contexts, and social                     Input/output operations, use of files,
dynamics of human sex-role                        program flow controls, interaction
differences; anthropological                      with OS via interrupts, pointers and
perspective for analyzing gender                  arrays, strings and structured
roles cross-culturally and in                     programming and related
American society.                                 applications.
                                 2202.00                                            0704.00
    (AA/AS area 2; CSU area D; IGETC
                                   area 4)        CIS 36B, 4 Units
                                                  Java Programming Language II
BIOL 49, 0.5-5 lecture hours                      3 hours lecture, 3 hours lab
Independent Study in Biological                   Prerequisite: CIS 36A.
Sciences                                          Acceptable for credit: UC/CSU
Acceptable for credit: CSU                        Object-oriented program design using
Designed to permit study not                      the Java Programming Language:
covered by regular catalog offerings;             Designing and programming with
allows students to pursue projects                exceptions, threads, file input/output
under faculty advisement and                      (I/O); networking and graphics
supervision.                                      classes; developing codes using tools
                              0401.10             such as Java 2D API and SWING; and
                                                  working with projects in areas such as
                                                  animation.
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CIS 81, 3 Units                                 CIS 83, 3 Units
Systems Analysis with UML                       Capstone Project
3 hours lecture. Prerequisite: CIS 5 & 6        1 hour lecture, 6 hours lab. Prerequisite:
or 26. Acceptable for credit: CSU               CIS 27, 36B, 81, & CIS 6 or 26.
Principles of systems analysis:                 Acceptable for credit: CSU
Techniques of analysis and design               Substantial client-specified work-like
emphasizing UML in software                     project: Team project includes
requirements analysis, and the                  writing, analyzing, designing,
design and documentation phase of               implementing, testing, documenting,
software development; utilizing life            and presenting to client; use of
cycle of systems design, iterative,             programming and systems analysis
and waterfall development                       skills developed in previous courses;
processes, object-oriented analysis             demonstration of mastery of
and design.                                     program competencies
                                 0704.00                                         0704.00

                                                CIS 84, 4 Units
CIS 82, 3 Units                                 Database Programming
Design Patterns                                 for the Web
3 hours lecture, 3 hours lab                    3 hours lecture, 3 hours lab
Prerequisite: CIS 27, 36B, & 81.                Prerequisite: CIS 6 or 26 or 36 & CIS
Acceptable for credit: CSU                      105. Acceptable for credit: CSU
Principles of designing robust                  Web-enabled database concepts:
reusable object-oriented software:              Relational database principles,
The most common design pattern                  Structured Query Language (SQL);
strategies; enterprise program design           use of client-side scripts, server-side
and web services.                               scripts, and compiled server scripts.
                                0704.00                                          0704.00




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CIS 85, 4 Units                                 CIS 87, 4 Units
JSP and Servlets                                Introduction to Windows
3 hours lecture, 3 hours lab                    Server/Networking
Prerequisite: CIS 36A.                          3 hours lecture, 3 hours lab.
Acceptable for credit: CSU                      Prerequisite: CIS 86.
Java Servlet and JSP technology and             Acceptable for credit: CSU
deployment of web applications:                 Introduction to Windows Server:
Interactive web pages, secure access            Emphasis on proper installation,
to the web site, JDBC database                  correct implementation of features
connectivity, web security,                     and utilities, managing resources,
generation of dynamic web pages,                controlling access and security,
and maintenance of client session               troubleshooting and network
data; quick introduction to Java bean           connectivity.
components and J2EE.                                                           0703.00
                                 0704.00
CIS 86, 4 Units                                 CIS 88, 4 Units
Using Microcomputer                             Introduction to Microcomputer
Operating Systems                               Hardware and Software
3 hours lecture, 3 hours lab.                   3 hours lecture, 3 hours lab. Prerquisite:
Prerequisite: CIS 1. Acceptable for             CIS 1 or CIS 5 or CIS 200 & 42A.
credit: CSU                                     Corequisite: CIS 89.
Micro-computer operating systems:               Acceptable for credit: CSU
Windows GUI vs. command line;                   Maintenance of personal computer
using command line functions and                systems in stand-alone and
utilities to manage, monitor,                   networked environments: Build,
administer, troubleshoot, repair &              configure, maintain, upgrade,
recover the OS, data and resources;             troubleshoot and repair micro-
working with files, managing                    computers and associated hardware
directories and hard disk                       components; learn operating system
organization ; batch file                       fundamentals for OS installation,
programming; the Windows                        configuration, upgrading, system
Registry and network connectivity.              diagnostics and troubleshooting;
                                 0703.00        network & Internet connectivity;
                                                preparation for the CompTIA A+
                                                certification exam.
                                                                                 0703.00




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CIS 89, 4 Units                                CIS 91, 4 Units
Introduction to Data                           Windows Networking & Operating
Communications and Networking                  System Essentials
3 hours lecture, 3 hours lab.                  3 hours lecture, 3 hours lab.
Prerequisite: CIS 1 or CIS 5 or CIS 200        Prerequisite: CIS 86.
& 42A. Corequisite: CIS 88.                    Acceptable for credit: CSU
Acceptable for credit: CSU                     Design and implement networked
Introduction to networking and data            computer infrastructures based on the
communications technology: Media,              Windows platform: Overview of
topologies, protocols, network design          network architectures, cabling and
and implementation and other topics            protocols; installing & configuring
relevant to local and wide area                TCP/IP; resolving host names with
networks; designing, installing,               WINS/DNS, managing address
maintaining, and troubleshooting small         configuration with DHCP; using
to medium sized LANs; preparation for          NAT; routing IP; remote access
the CompTIA Network+ certification             services and effecting secure network
exam.                                          communications.
                                 0703.00                                       0703.00

CIS 90, 4 Units                                CIS 92, 4 Units
Fundamentals of Network Security               Fundamentals of Linux
3 hours lecture, 3 hours lab.                  3 hours lecture, 3 hours lab.
Prerequisite: CIS 88 & 89. Acceptable          Prerequisite: CIS 86.
for credit: CSU                                Acceptable for credit: CSU
Basic network security for                     Introduction to the Linux operating
experienced computer support                   system: Overview of GNU/Linux, X
personnel: fundamental network                 Window and the GNOME and KDE
security principles; creating protected        graphical user interfaces, the GNU
networking environments: general               Bourne again shell; bash; operating
security concepts, communication               system installation, security, file
security, cryptography basics,                 systems navigation; command line
infrastructure security and                    features using the bash shell, the vi
operational/organizational security;           text editor; basic networking and
preparation for the CompTIA                    system administration activities.
Security+ certification exam.
                                0703.00                                       0703.00




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CIS 103, 4 Units                               CIS 207, 4 Units
Survey of Program/Languages for                Computer Systems
the Web—Continuation                           Troubleshooting
3 hours lecture, 3 hours lab.                  3 hours lecture, 3 hours lab.
Prerequisite: CIS 5, 101/101L & CIS 6          Prerequisite: CIS 88 & 89.
or 26. Acceptable for credit: CSU              Basic troubleshooting of stand-alone
E-commerce web page design                     and networked microcomputer
principles: Extend web page                    systems, including maintenance
“functionality” with interactivity,            fundamentals and problem-solving
multimedia, security, and database             techniques: Resolution of general
capability using XML and related               hardware and operating system
technologies.                                  incompatibilities and anomalies; use
                                0703.00        of diagnostic tools; fixing operating
                                               systems and network connectivity
CIS 206, 2 Units                               issues; preventive maintenance;
Network Cabling
                                               record keeping guidelines and the
1.5 hours lecture, 1.5 hours lab
                                               role of the support technician.
Preparation for entry-level
employment in the network cabling
                                                                             0703.00
industry as copper and fiber optic
installation technicians, focusing on          COUNS 24, 3 Units
basic concepts of physical network             College Success
connectivity: Transmission media,              3 hours lecture. Recommended
network cabling tools, installation            Preparation: ENGL 201B.
techniques and test equipment,                 Acceptable for credit: CSU
industry standards, job safety, and            Identification and development of
troubleshooting, and repair.                   resources that facilitate college
                                               success: High-performance learning
                               0703.00         utilizing information organization
                                               and management, critical-thinking
                                               and problem-solving skills, effective
                                               time management, learning styles
                                               and strategies and memory theory,
                                               goal setting and educational
                                               planning, and campus/community
                                               resources.

                                                                             4930.10




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COUN 57, 3 Units                              COUN 207A, 1 Unit
Career and Life Planning                      Career Exploration
3 hours lecture. Recommended                  1 hour lecture
Preparation: ENGL 201B.                       Career decision making: Exploration
Acceptable for credit: CSU                    and clarification of values, skills, and
In-depth career and life planning:            goals to facilitate informed and
Self-exploration, identifying values,         realistic career choices, and
interests, needs and goals,                   introduction to personal and
development of skills for assuming            occupational assessment tools.
careers and lifestyles over the life
span, influence of career choice on                                           4930.10
the quality of life and the
development of a career action plan.          COUN 207B, 1 Unit
Designed to assist those students             Career Exploration
considering the transition of a career        1 hour lecture
change or undecided about the                 Occupational assessment tools:
selection of a college transfer major.        Practice in networking,
                                              informational interviews, research
                               4930.10        on employment opportunities and
                                              trends, and resources used in job
COUN 200A, .5 Units                           search.
Orientation to College
                                                                              4930.10
.5 hours lecture
Information for new students:                 COUN 207C, 1 Unit
College programs, policies and                Career Exploration
procedures, campus resources and              1 hour lecture
assessment.                                   Job search skills: Resumes, cover
                             4930.10          letters, telephone skills, and
                                              interviewing techniques.
COUN 200B, .5 Units
Orientation to College                                                        4930.10
.5 hours lecture. Recommended
Preparation: COUN 200A
Educational planning and college
success skills: Development of a
Student Educational Plan (SEP) with
a counselor and introduction to
topics such as time management,
study skills, and note-taking and
test-taking techniques.
                               4930.10


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COUN 221, .5 Units                             ENGL 259A-D, 6 Units
Preparing for College/University               Foundations in Reading and
Transfer                                       Writing
.5 – 1.0 hours lecture                         6 hours lecture. Not open for credit to
In-depth information and assistance            students who have completed or are
with the transfer process to four-year         currently enrolled in English 250 or
colleges and universities: Lower-              English 251.
division major and general                     Foundations in reading and writing
education requirements,                        to prepare students for success in
college/university selection,                  college: Reading strategies including
admission procedures, application              prereading, summarizing, paragraph
deadlines, financial aid, and                  analysis, study techniques, scanning,
scholarship information. Students              and note taking; and writing
will receive the information                   strategies including prewriting,
necessary to develop a Student                 essay organization, paragraph
Educational Plan (SEP) for transfer.           development, sentence combining,
                                               editing, and proofreading.
                               4930.10

COUN 224, 2-3 Units                                                              4930.20
College Preparedness
2-3 hours lecture. Recommended                 HIST 31, 3 Units
Preparation: COUN 200A & B                     Contemporary Middle East: Politics
                                               of Nationalism
Acquisition of college success skills:
                                               3 hours lecture. Not open for credit to
Time management, good study
                                               students who have completed or are
habits, effective note taking, goal-
                                               currently enrolled in POSCI 12.
setting strategies, educational
                                               Acceptable for credit: UC/CSU
planning, and use of library and
                                               Survey of economic, political, and
other learning resources.
                                               social forces behind current Middle
                                4930.10
                                               East tensions: Examination of key
                                               current conflicts in the Middle East;
                                               analysis of the role of oil, religious
                                               and national antagonisms and the
                                               geopolitical importance of the region
                                               in twentieth century superpower
                                               policy.
                                                                                  2205.00
                                                   (AA/AS area 2; CSU area D; IGETC
                                                                                   area 4)




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HIST 37, 3 Units                                 MMART 101, 3 Units
Developing World                                 Writing Basics for Multimedia
3 hours lecture                                  3 hours lecture. Acceptable for
Not open for credit to students who have         credit: CSU
completed or are currently enrolled in           Essentials of writing for Multimedia
POSCI 25.                                        Arts majors: Developing well-
Acceptable for credit: UC/CSU                    focused prose based on established
Survey of the historical evolution of            conventions of grammar,
developing regions of the world:                 punctuation, sentence structure, and
Examination of their infrastructures,            paragraph organization; overview
political stability, economic                    and practical examples of writing in
development, acquisition of                      the multimedia field.
technology; analysis of ethnic                                                  1099.00
conflicts, environmental problems,                                     (AA/AS area 4d)
and role in the global economy and
                                                 MMART 109, 3 Units
international community.
                                                 Writing for the Business of
                                 2202.00         Multimedia
    (AA/AS area 2; CSU area D; IGETC             3 hours lecture. Prerequisites:
                                  area 4)        MMART 130/130L
                                                 Recommended Preparation: MMART
HIST 38, 3 Units                                 101 & ART 41.
Current World Problems
                                                 Acceptable for credit: CSU
3 hours lecture
                                                 Development of written and
Not open for credit to students who have
                                                 electronic materials to pitch, propose
completed or are currently enrolled in
                                                 and sell a multimedia project:
POSCI 20.
                                                 Effective writing structure and style,
Acceptable for credit: UC/CSU
                                                 portfolios, prospectus packets, grant
World problems with emphasis on
                                                 writing, pitches, treatments, budgets,
four major areas of concern:
                                                 development of industry contacts.
population explosion, war,
ideological confrontation, and
                                                                              1099.00
disparity of resources among
                                                                      (AA/AS area 4d)
nations.
                                 2205.00
    (AA/AS area 2; CSU area D; IGETC
                                  area 4)




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MMART 111A, 3 Units                            MMART 112, 3 Units
Narrative Scriptwriting I                      Writing for News and
3 hours lecture. Prerequisite: MMART           Documentary
110. Recommended Preparation:                  3 hours lecture. Recommended
MMART 101                                      Preparation: MMART 101
Acceptable for credit: CSU                     Acceptable for credit: CSU
Theory and practice of narrative               Writing and producing nonfiction
scriptwriting: Industry-accepted               stories for news and documentary:
formatting, story research/planning,           Breaking news, feature stories,
story structure, plot points,                  broadcast and multimedia formats;
characters, scene development;                 development of sources and
critical analysis of professional              interview subjects, news coverage
screenwriting, films; developing a             analysis, hands-on projects in the
full-length feature script.                    field, visits to local news media
                                1099.00        organizations and lectures by
                                               working journalists.
MMART 111B, 3 Units                                                            1099.00
Narrative Scriptwriting II                                             (AA/AS area 4d)
3 hours lecture.
Prerequisites: MMART 111A                      MMART 113, 3 Units
Acceptable for credit: CSU                     Interactive Writing for the Web
Advanced workshop in revising and              and CD-ROM
completing a professional-level                3 hours lecture. Prerequisite: MMART
narrative script: Critique and                 130/130L. Recommended Preparation:
discussion of individual student               MMART 101 & MMART 160A/160LA
scripts; revision and review,                  Acceptable for credit: CSU
professional screenplay and film               Writing and design for interactive
analysis; dissection of complex                multimedia: The role of the writer in
narrative elements such as voice,              multimedia projects, overview of
character, pacing; agent and                   process and workflow for project
producer pitch and strategy sessions.          development, nonlinear formats,
                                               conceiving and completing a
                               1099.00         multimedia project, technical
                                               considerations, narrative-based
                                               multimedia projects; history of
                                               multimedia and philosophical
                                               considerations of art, design, and
                                               narrative.
                                                                               1099.00




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MMART 114, 3 Units                             MMART 116, 3 Units
User-Centered Design                           Storytelling in Animation
3 hours lecture. Prerequisites:                3 hours lecture. Recommended
MMART 110 & MMART 160A/160LA                   Preparation: MMART 110
Corequisite: MMART 114L Acceptable             Acceptable for credit: CSU
for credit: CSU                                Animated project design using
Creating an interactive project                storytelling elements, improvisation
utilizing interviews, user profiles,           and brainstorming: Developing
flow charts, and structured walk-              effective characters, story arcs,
throughs for a client, focusing on             primary and secondary action,
professional principles of the user/           pacing, and layout.
designer/client development process                                            1099.00
and logical design structures.
                                1099.00        MMART 121, 3 Units
                                               Digital Culture
MMART 114L, 1 Unit                             3 hours lecture. Recommended
User-Centered Design Lab                       Preparation: MMART 101
3 hours lab.                                   Acceptable for credit: CSU
Corequisite: MMART 114                         Analysis of the emerging digital
Acceptable for credit: CSU                     culture within contemporary society:
Practical training for development of          Impact of computer use and digital
multimedia skills presented in                 reproducibility on art, culture,
MMART 114: User-Centered Design.               perception, work, and social
                                               relations.
                               1099.00
                                                                            1099.00
MMART 115, 3 Units                                                    (AA/AS area 3)
Advanced Storyboarding
3 hours lecture. Prerequisite: MMART
110. Recommended Preparation: ART
20
Acceptable for credit: CSU
Storyboard visualizations of
narrative and interactive scripts for
live action and animation: Analyzing
complex pacing, sound, camera
angles, and layout to create effective
dramatic structures.
                                1099.00




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MMART 122B, 3 Units                           MMART 134A, 2 Units
From Movies to Multimedia                     Digital Printmaking I
3 hours lecture. Recommended                  1 hour lecture, 3 hours lab. Prerequisite:
Preparation: MMART 101                        MMART 131A/LA.
Acceptable for credit: CSU                    Co-requisite: MMART 134LA.
Analysis of film, animation, video,           Acceptable for credit: CSU
and other time-based multimedia art           Introduction to digital printmaking:
forms: Elements of linear and                 History of multiples, marketing
interactive structures; history,              techniques, output issues, and
aesthetics, and cultural significance         exploration of the creative digital
of the various forms; impact of               process. Materials fee required.
digital technologies on production
and reception of motion pictures;                                              1099.00
practices of analysis, interpretation,
and criticism.                                MMART 134LA, 1 Unit
                                              Digital Printmaking I Lab
                            1099.00           4 hours lab
                      (AA/AS area 3)          Co-requisite: MMART 134A.
                                              Acceptable for credit: CSU
MMART 124, 3 Units                            Practical training for development of
Media Interpretation and Criticism            multimedia skills presented in
3 hours lecture. Recommended                  MMART 134A.
Preparation: MMART 101                                                      1099.00
Acceptable for credit: CSU
Writing effective media criticism and         MMART 134B, 2 Units
interpretative pieces aimed at                Digital Printmaking II
publication: Critical analysis of news        1 hour lecture, 3 hours lab. Prerequisite:
and entertainment media;                      MMART 134A &134LA. Co-requisite:
professional critical writing formats,        MMART 134LB. Recommended
publication opportunities, standards,         Preparation: ART 41.
submission guidelines, research               Acceptable for credit: CSU
practices, resources, copyright               Intermediate digital printmaking:
issues, and ethics.                           Major projects such as bookmaking
                                              and printing on canvas; advanced
                            1099.00           presentation, marketing and
                      (AA/AS area 3)          promotional techniques; aesthetic
                                              development. Materials fee required.

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MMART 134LB, 1 Unit                              MMART 151B, 2 Units
Digital Printmaking II Lab                       Digital Video Production II
4 hours lab. Co-requisite: MMART                 1.5 hours lecture, 1.5 hours lab.
134B                                             Prerequisite: MMART 151A/LA.
Acceptable for credit: CSU                       Corequisite: MMART 151LB.
Practical training for development of            Acceptable for credit: CSU.
multimedia skills presented in                   Design for video production: Script
MMART 134B.                                      analysis from pragmatic and
                              1099.00            aesthetic perspectives; advanced
                                                 cinematography, studio and field
MMART 148B, 2 Units                              lighting theory and techniques,
Sound Design for Video II
                                                 audio composition and foley
1.5 hours lecture, 1.5 hours lab.
                                                 technique, appropriate microphone
Prerequisite: MMART 148A/LA
                                                 selection and use, art direction, and
Co-requisite: MMART 148LB.
                                                 location selection.
Acceptable for credit: CSU
Advanced practice and theory of                                                 1099.00
sound design: Video, the internet,
and live performance settings;                   MMART 151LB, 1 Unit
advanced sound editing techniques                Digital Video Production II Lab
using industry-standard tools,                   4.0 hours lab
research/screenings of influential               Corequisite: MMART 151B.
sound artists and revolutionary                  Acceptable for credit: CSU
sound technologies.                              Provides practical training for
                                  1099.00        development of multimedia skills
                                                 presented in MMART 151B.
MMART 148LB, 1 Unit
Sound Design for Video II Lab                                                   1099.00
4 hours lab. Co-requisite: MMART
148B
Acceptable for credit: CSU
Practical training for development of
multimedia skills presented in
MMART 148B.
                              1099.00




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MMART 152C, 2 Units                          POSCI 25, 3 Units
Motion Graphics and                          Developing World
Compositing III                              3 hours lecture. Not open for credit to
1.5 hours lecture, 1.5 hours lab.            students who have completed or are
Prerequisite: MMART 152B/LB.                 currently enrolled in HIST 37.
Corequisite: MMART 152LC.                    Acceptable for credit: UC/CSU
Acceptable for credit: CSU                   Survey of the historical evolution of
Advanced motion graphics and 2D              developing regions of the world:
animation for the current industry           Examination of their infrastructures,
standards: Compositing source                political stability, economic
imagery, keyframing, animating,              development, acquisition of
effects, masks, 3D layers, and               technology; analysis of ethnic
parenting; compression and                   conflicts, environmental problems,
outputting for video and web;                and role in the global economy and
critical discussion and assessment of        international community.
work on technical, aesthetic,                                                 2207.00
conceptual, and philosophical level.             (AA/AS area 2; CSU area D; IGETC
                              1099.00                                          area 4)

MMART 152LC, 1 Unit                          TRAV 82, .5 Units
Motion Graphics                              Hotel/Hospitality Overview
and Compositing III Lab                      .5 hours lecture
4.0 hours lab.                               Acceptable for credit: CSU
Corequisite: MMART 152C                      Overview of hotel operation,
Acceptable for credit: CSU                   departments and career
Practical training for development of        opportunities: Sales, marketing,
multimedia skills presented in               front office, reservation, food
MMART 152C.                                  services, catering, bar, housekeeping,
                                             security, and maintenance.
                              1099.00
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