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									                                      ACTION ITEM

Governing Board Agenda                                          Meeting Date: June 22, 2004

 Item Number         Item Title                                     Responsible Agents
                                     Curriculum                               Dr. Anna Solley


Recommendation

   The curriculum proposals attached have been processed through all procedures established by
   the Maricopa County Community Colleges.

   It is recommended that the proposals be approved as submitted.

   AGENDA HIGHLIGHTS: Please refer to the curriculum Summary on page 2 for a complete
   listing of all program and course proposals.




Justification




                 Funding                                Approvals/Certifications

Source:                                       Chancellor ______________________
                                              Academic Affairs_______________________
Account Identification:                       Business Services_______________________
                                              Human Resources_________ITS __________
                                              Student Dev. & Com. Affairs______________
                                              College President _______________________
                        June 22, 2004 MCCCD Governing Board Action Items
                                       Curriculum Summary
COURSE PROPOSALS
                                                                          Page #
Course Modifications to Year/Term End (deletions)………………………………………………………………………6

SC   GAM100

Course Modifications………………………………………………………………………………………………………...7

CG   CIA250

GW   ABA102, ABA103, ABA201, ABA255, ABA257, ABC132, ABC142, ABC143, ABC222, ABC223, ABC226,
     ABC266, CCE210AA, CCE210AB, CCE210AC, CTR101, CTR104, CTR197, CTR201, CTR201AC, CTR202,
     CTR202AC, CTR203, CTR203AC, CTR204, CTR204AC, CTR205, CTR205AC, CTR206, CTR206AC, CTR208,
     CTR209, CTR211, CTR215, CTR232, FAC186, HVA112LL, HVA186, IND151, MET106AA, MET109AA,
     MET113AA, MET117AA, SGT220, SUN109, SUN201, WWM280, WWM281

MC   GPH217, GPH219, GPH270, GPH273, LBT270, LBT274, PED265, SWU220

PC   EMT104, EMT238, EMT245, FSC102, FSC104, FSC238, OAS220

PV   FON125, FON225

New Courses…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………46

GW   ABC107, CHM150, CRC215, CRC220, CRC230, CRC260, DMI119, GBS107, ICE119, IEC206, ITS100, ITS110,
     ITS120, ITS130, ITS140, ITS150, ITS160, ITS170, ITS171, ITS230, MET114, MET131, MET132, MET133,
     MET206AB, MET206AC, MET209, MET210, MET211, PPT111, RTR207, RTR217, RTR221, RTR225,
     SPA050AA, WRT112, WRT253, WRT258AA, WWM280AA, WWM280AB, WWM280AC, WWM280AD,
     WWM218AA, WWM281AB, WWM281AC, WWM281AD

MC   ARC100, ARC120, ARC140, ARC150, ARC165, ARC225, ARC226, ARC282AA, ARC282AB, ARC282AC,
     ARC290AA, ARC290AB, ARC290AC, CNS245, IFS101, MUP282AA, MUP282AB, MUP282AC, PED281

PC   FPT200, OAS218, SEM106, SEM104AA, SEM104AB, SEM104AC, SEM104AD, SEM104AE, SEM104AF,
     SEM104AG, SEM104AH, SEM104AI, SEM104AJ, SEM104AK, SEM104AL, SEM104AM, SEM104AN,
     SEM104AO, SEM108, SFS102AA, SFS102AB, SFS102AC, SFS102AD, SFS102AE, SFS102AF, SFS102AG,
     SFS102AH, SFS102AI, SFS102AJ, SFS102AK, SFS102AL, SFS102AM, SFS102AN, SFS102AO, SFS102AP,
     SFS102AQ, SFS102AR, SFS102AS, SFS102AT, SFS102AU, SFS102AV, SFS102AW, SFS102AX, SFS102AY,
     TDP201, TDP282AA, TDP282AB, TDP282AC

PV   DAN120, DAN120AA, DAN120AB, DAN120AC, DAN120AD, DAN120AE, DAN120AF, DAN120AG, DAN120AH,
     DAN120AI, DAN120AJ, DAN120AK, FON244AA, FON244AB, FON245AA, FON245AB, FON246AA, FON246AB

SC   ART103



PROGRAM PROPOSALS

New Academic Programs (NAP)
MC…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………....77
       AC/6212    Global Citizenship

PV………………………………………………….…………………………………………………………………………82
    AC/6210 International Studies: Asia
    AC/6211 International Studies: Latin America




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New Occupational Programs (NOP)
GW………………………………………………….………………………………………………………………………..90
       AAS/3027 Realtime Reporting-CART

Occupational Program Modifications to Year/Term End (deletions) (OPD)
CG…………………………………………………...……………………………………………………………..………...93
       SH: CG, EM, GC, GW, PC, PV, RS, SC
       CCL/5845 Microsoft Networking Technology

GW……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………94
    CCL/5425 Industrial Refrigeration
    AAS/3449 Industrial Refrigeration
    CCL/5662 Residential and Light Commercial Air Conditioning and Refrigeration
    AAS/3460 Residential and Light Commercial Air Conditioning and Refrigeration

MC……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………98
    AAS/3610 Applied Technology Manufacturing Automation
    AAS/3614 Applied Technology Manufacturing Machining
    AAS/3625 Applied Technology Manufacturing Management
    AAS/3534 Applied Technology Manufacturing Quality Assurance
    AAS/3618 Applied Technology Manufacturing Semiconductor Processes
    CCL/5544 Electromechanical Automation Technology II
    CCL/5562 Electromechanical Process Technology
    AAS/3561 Electromechanical Process Technology
    CCL/5589 Electronic Industries Technology I
    CCL/5220 Electronic Technology II
    CCL/5610 Manufacturing Automation
    CCL/5618 Manufacturing Quality Assurance
    CCL5617 Manufacturing Semiconductor Processes
    CCL/5377 Peace Officer Certification Class I-Limited Reserve
    CCL/5564 Process Technology Level I
    CCL/5561 Process Technology Level II

PC……………………………………………………………………………………….…………………………………..114
    CCL/5759 Industrial Hazardous Materials Response
    CCL/5379 Peace Officer Certificate II- Full Authority Peace Officer
    AAS/3013 Real Estate

SC…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………...117
    AAS/3585 Radiography

SM………………………………………………………………………………………………….……………………….118
    CCL/5725 Supermarket Management
    AAS/3725 Supermarket Management
    CCL/5365 Wholesale Food Management

Occupational Program Modifications (OPM)
CG……………………………………………………………………………………………………….……………….....121
       AAS/3012 Criminal Justice Studies
       CCL/5322 Homeland Security*
       CCL/5326 Evidence Technology*
       CCL/3527 Justice Studies*

     SH: CG, EM, GC, GW, PC, PV, RS (Mor), SC
     CCL/5841 Microsoft Product Specialist

EM…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..131
    SH: CG, EM, GC, GW, PC, SM
    CCL/5969 Networking Administration: Cisco
    CCL/5967 Networking Technology: Cisco
    AAS/3816 Networking Technology: Cisco

GC…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………...136
    CCL/5276 Advanced Emergency Medical Technology
    AAS/3276 Advanced Emergency Medical Technology
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Occupational Program Modifications (OPM) Continued
GW…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..141
       AAS/3774 Aerospace Manufacturing Technology
       CCL/5595 Construction Management
       CCL/5194 Court Reporting
       AAS/3194 Court Reporting
       CCL/5428 Electricity
       AAS/3428 Electricity
       CCL/5255 Manufacturing Technology
       AAS/3255 Manufacturing Technology
       CCL/5411 Roofing
       CCL/5875 Scoping
       CCL/5340 Surgical Technician First Assistant
       CCL/5673 Surgical Technology
       AAS/3673 Surgical Technology

MC…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..173
    AAS/3802 Architecture
    AAS/3504 Applied Technology-Electro/Mechanical Drafting
    CCL/5551 Electro/Mechanical Drafting
    CCL/5060 Internet/Intranet Web Development Technology
    CCL/5344 Web Designer Assistant*
    CCL/5345 Web Designer*
    CCL/5342 Web Server Administrator*
    AAS/3043 Internet/Intranet Web Development Technology
    CCL/5504 Micro Circuit Mask Design
    AAS/3505 Micro Circuit Mask Design

PC………………………………………………………………………………………………………….………………..199
    CCL/5268 Basic Emergency Medical Technology
    CCL/5341 Secondary Basic Emergency Medical Technology*

       SH: PC, RS
       AAS/3831 Dental Hygiene

       CCL/5202    Legal Secretarial
       AAS/3202    Legal Secretarial

       SH: GC, PC
       CCL/5144 Therapeutic Massage
       AAS/3144 Therapeutic Massage

       CCL/5080    Welding

PV…………………………………………………………………………………………………..……………………….225
    CCL/5018 Teaching Healing Meditation & Stress Management

SC…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………...227
    CCL/5708 Architectural Technology
    AAS/3708 Architectural Technology
    CCL/5076 Hospitality and Tourism/Golf Management
    AAS/3557 Hospitality and Tourism/Golf Management
    CCL/5086 Hospitality and Tourism/Hotel Management
    AAS/3086 Hospitality and Tourism/Hotel Management
    CCL/5560 Hospitality and Tourism/Restaurant Management
    AAS/3560 Hospitality and Tourism/Restaurant Management
    AAS/3122 Interior Design
    CCL/5084 Software Development
    CCL/5172 Web Design
    AAS/3029 Web Design*
    CCL/5346 Web Development
    AAS/3031 Web Development*

Note: * indicates new occupational program introduced via OPM process

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                                     CURRICULUM ACTIVITY: COURSES FOR JUNE 22, 2004


                              MODIFICATIONS-CHANGE IN:        NEW COURSES        COLLEGE TOTALS
                             End Term    Course
                                         Elements/Modules
District                         0              0                    0                0
Phoenix                          0              7                    48               55
Glendale                         0              0                    0                0
Gateway                          0              48                   46               94
Mesa                             0              8                    19               27
Scottsdale                       1              0                    1                2
Rio Salado                       0              0                    0                0
South Mountain                   0              0                    0                0
Chandler/Gilbert                 0              1                    0                1
Paradise Valley                  0              2                    18               20
Estrella Mountain                0              0                    0                0

COURSE TOTALS                    1               66                  132             199


**Exp = Experimental Courses


                                     CURRICULUM ACTIVITY: PROGRAMS FOR JUNE 22, 2004


                      OPD            OPM/*NEW   REACTIVATED    NAP         NOP   COLLEGE TOTALS

District                0               0             0          0          0                0
Phoenix                 4               7/*1          0          0          0              11/*1
Glendale                1               2             0          0          0                3
Gateway                 5               13            0          0          1                19
Mesa                    16              7/*3          0          1          0              24/*3
Scottsdale              2               12/*2         0          0          0              14/*2
Rio Salado              1               0             0          0          0                1
South Mountain          3               0             0          0          0                3
Chandler/Gilbert        1               2/*3          0          0          0               3/*3
Paradise Valley         1               1             0          2          0                4
Estrella Mountain       1               3             0          0          0                4

PROGRAM TOTALS          35              47/*9         0          3          1                86/*9




NOTE: Program attachments may use strikeovers and/or text encased by symbols (/* */) to signify
deletion of program information. Text in bold print signifies additions to the program.




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                                                   ATTACHMENT: CD

                           COURSE DELETIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES
                                 MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 6/22/04

X-REF TYPE COLLEGEPREFIX                    TITLE                                                        EFF.END OF

                    SC       GAM100         Introduction to Hospitality Management                       2004 Summer II
X                            HRM110




X=Displays current course cross-reference with proposed deletion. The cross-referencing of courses is eliminated per effective
“end of” term noted above.

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                             ATTACHMENT: CM

           COURSE MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES
                   MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 6/22/04

                                                         ACT CREDITS PERIODS
PRESENT:

ABA102     Electrical Fundamentals                       LEC     2         2

Fundamentals of electricity including electrical hazards, Occupational
Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) regulations, units of
measurements and using Ohm's law. Circuit characteristics and the use
of Kirchoff's voltage and current laws to calculate voltage drop,
current and resistance. Operation and use of specific meters. Includes
an introduction to the National Electrical Code (NEC). Prerequisites: None.

PROPOSED: Change in: Credits from 2 to 1, Periods from 2 to 1,
Load from 2 to 1.

ABA102     Electrical Fundamentals                       LEC     1         1

Fundamentals of electricity including electrical hazards, Occupational
Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) regulations, units of
measurements and using Ohm's law. Circuit characteristics and the use
of Kirchoff's voltage and current laws to calculate voltage drop,
current and resistance. Operation and use of specific meters. Includes
an introduction to the National Electrical Code (NEC).
Prerequisites: None.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   GW      EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
__________________________________________________________________________

PRESENT:

ABA103     Hand Bending of Electrical Conduit            LEC     1         1

Conduit bending and installation. Techniques for using hand operated and
step conduit benders. Cutting, reaming and threading conduit.
Prerequisites: None.

PROPOSED: Change in: Credits from 1 to 0.5, Periods from 1 to 0.5,
Load from 1 to 0.5.

ABA103     Hand Bending of Electrical Conduit            LEC     0.5       0.5

Conduit bending and installation. Techniques for using hand operated and
step conduit benders. Cutting, reaming and threading conduit.
Prerequisites: None.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   GW      EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
__________________________________________________________________________




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                             ATTACHMENT: CM

           COURSE MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES
                   MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 6/22/04

                                                         ACT CREDITS PERIODS
PRESENT:

ABA201     Overcurrent Protection                        LEC    0.5      0.5

Overcurrent protection including terminology, safety factors,
conformance to the National Electrical Code (NEC), fuses, circuit
breakers and short circuits. Selection and sizing of overcurrent
protection. Prerequisites: Registered Apprentice status or permission
of the apprenticeship coordinator.

PROPOSED: PROPOSED: Change in: Credits from 0.5 to 1,
Periods from 0.5 to 1, Load from 0.5 to 1.

ABA201     Overcurrent Protection                        LEC    1        1

Overcurrent protection including terminology, safety factors,
conformance to the National Electrical Code (NEC), fuses, circuit
breakers and short circuits. Selection and sizing of overcurrent
protection. Prerequisites: Registered Apprentice status or permission
of the apprenticeship coordinator.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   GW      EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
__________________________________________________________________________

PRESENT:

ABA255     Commercial, Industrial and Specialty          LEC    1.5      1.5
           Lighting

Operating characteristics of incandescent, fluorescent and high
intensity discharge lamps. Lighting controls and fixture
installations. Blueprint reading exercise for commercial and
industrial installations. Lighting requirement calculations. National
Electrical Code (NEC) requirements for specialty lighting fixtures.
Prerequisites: Registered Apprentice status or permission of the
apprenticeship coordinator.

PROPOSED: Change in: Credits from 1.5 to 0.5, Periods from 1.5 to 0.5,
Load from 1.5 to 0.5.

ABA255     Commercial, Industrial and Specialty          LEC    0.5      0.5
           Lighting

Operating characteristics of incandescent, fluorescent and high
intensity discharge lamps. Lighting controls and fixture
installations. Blueprint reading exercise for commercial and
industrial installations. Lighting requirement calculations. National
Electrical Code (NEC) requirements for specialty lighting fixtures.
Prerequisites: Registered Apprentice status or permission of the
apprenticeship coordinator.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   GW      EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
__________________________________________________________________________




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                             ATTACHMENT: CM

           COURSE MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES
                   MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 6/22/04

                                                          ACT CREDITS PERIODS
PRESENT:

ABA257     Specialty Transformers and Emergency Systems   LEC    1      1

Operation of specialty transformers. Harmonics and problem solving
techniques. Operating principles of engine-driven generators and
alternators. Manual and automatic transfer switches. National
Electrical Code (NEC) requirements for standby emergency systems.
Prerequisites: Registered Apprentice status or permission of the
apprenticeship coordinator.

PROPOSED: Change in: Credits from 1 to 2, Periods from 1 to 2,
Load from 1 to 2.

ABA257     Specialty Transformers and Emergency Systems   LEC    2      2

Operation of specialty transformers. Harmonics and problem solving
techniques. Operating principles of engine-driven generators and
alternators. Manual and automatic transfer switches. National
Electrical Code (NEC) requirements for standby emergency systems.
Prerequisites: Registered Apprentice status or permission of the
apprenticeship coordinator.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   GW      EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
__________________________________________________________________________

PRESENT:

ABC132     Circuit Breakers and Fuses                     LEC    1      1

National Electrical Code (NEC) requirements, Ground Fault Circuit
Interrupters (GFCI), overcurrents, fuse sizing, safety techniques and
short-circuit calculations. Prerequisites: Registered Apprentice
status or permission of the apprenticeship coordinator.

PROPOSED: Change in: Credits from 1 to 0.5, Periods from 1 to 0.5,
Load from 1 to 0.5.

ABC132     Circuit Breakers and Fuses                     LEC    0.5    0.5

National Electrical Code (NEC) requirements, Ground Fault Circuit
Interrupters (GFCI), overcurrents, fuse sizing, safety techniques and
short-circuit calculations. Prerequisites: Registered Apprentice
status or permission of the apprenticeship coordinator.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   GW      EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
__________________________________________________________________________




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                             ATTACHMENT: CM

           COURSE MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES
                   MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 6/22/04

                                                         ACT CREDITS PERIODS
PRESENT:

ABC142     Alternating Current                           LEC     1.5     1.5

Production of electricity, including; current, voltage, induction,
mutual inductance and capacitance. Calculations using Ohms Law.
Operation of a three phase system. Prerequisites: Registered
Apprentice status and ABC/MEC120 or permission of the apprenticeship
coordinator.

PROPOSED: Change in: Credits from 1.5 to 1, Periods from 1.5 to 1,
Load from 1.5 to 1.

ABC142     Alternating Current                           LEC     1       1

Production of electricity, including; current, voltage, induction,
mutual inductance and capacitance. Calculations using Ohms Law.
Operation of a three phase system. Prerequisites: Registered
Apprentice status and ABC/MEC120 or permission of the apprenticeship
coordinator.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   GW      EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
__________________________________________________________________________

PRESENT:

ABC143     Motors: Theory and Application                LEC     1       1

Overview of electric motors including types, operation, and
applications. Assembly and disassembly. Mounting and connections
according to National Electrical Code (NEC). Also troubleshooting,
installation and handling. Prerequisites: Registered Apprentice status
or permission of the apprenticeship coordinator.

PROPOSED: Change in: Credits from 1 to 2, Periods from 1 to 2,
Load from 1 to 2.

ABC143     Motors: Theory and Application                LEC     2       2

Overview of electric motors including types, operation, and
applications. Assembly and disassembly. Mounting and connections
according to National Electrical Code (NEC). Also troubleshooting,
installation and handling. Prerequisites: Registered Apprentice status
or permission of the apprenticeship coordinator.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   GW      EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
__________________________________________________________________________




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                             ATTACHMENT: CM

           COURSE MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES
                   MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 6/22/04

                                                         ACT CREDITS PERIODS
PRESENT:

ABC222     Hazardous Locations-Electrical                LEC    0.5      0.5

Hazardous location classifications. Equipment approved for use in
specific hazardous locations. Wiring methods. Prerequisites:
Registered Apprentice status or permission of the apprenticeship
coordinator.

PROPOSED: Change in: Credits from 0.5 to 1, Periods from 0.5 to 1,
Load from 0.5 to 1.

ABC222     Hazardous Locations-Electrical                LEC    1        1

Hazardous location classifications. Equipment approved for use in
specific hazardous locations. Wiring methods. Prerequisites:
Registered Apprentice status or permission of the apprenticeship
coordinator.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   GW      EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
__________________________________________________________________________

PRESENT:

ABC223     Electrical Distribution Systems               LEC    2        2

Distribution systems, electrical drawings and identification of
electrical symbols. National Electrical Code (NEC) regulations
governing distribution systems. High and low voltage portions of
distribution systems. Component connection, transformer operation and
calculation of transformer sizes and maximum loads for Open-Delta
systems. Practical applications for capacitors and rectifiers.
Calculation of power factor of electrical circuits and trouble
shooting. Prerequisites: Registered Apprentice status or permission of
the apprenticeship coordinator.

PROPOSED: Change in: Credits from 2 to 1.5, Periods from 2 to 1.5,
Load from 2 to 1.5.

ABC223     Electrical Distribution Systems               LEC    1.5      1.5

Distribution systems, electrical drawings and identification of
electrical symbols. National Electrical Code (NEC) regulations
governing distribution systems. High and low voltage portions of
distribution systems. Component connection, transformer operation and
calculation of transformer sizes and maximum loads for Open-Delta
systems. Practical applications for capacitors and rectifiers.
Calculation of power factor of electrical circuits and trouble
shooting. Prerequisites: Registered Apprentice status or permission of
the apprenticeship coordinator.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   GW      EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
__________________________________________________________________________




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                             ATTACHMENT: CM

           COURSE MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES
                   MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 6/22/04

                                                         ACT CREDITS PERIODS
PRESENT:

ABC226     Raceways, Wiring Devices, Boxes and           LEC    1         1
           Fittings

Sizing, selecting, and installing raceways, junction boxes, outlet
boxes and wiring devices. Calculating fill requirements according to
National Electrical Code (NEC) regulations. Calculating bending radii
in boxes and cabinets. Types and purpose of wiring devices and
calculating maximum loads on such devices. Prerequisites: Registered
Apprentice status or permission of the apprenticeship coordinator.

PROPOSED: Change in: Credits from 1 to 1.5, Periods from 1 to 1.5,
Load from 1 to 1.5.

ABC226     Raceways, Wiring Devices, Boxes and           LEC    1.5       1.5
           Fittings

Sizing, selecting, and installing raceways, junction boxes, outlet
boxes and wiring devices. Calculating fill requirements according to
National Electrical Code (NEC) regulations. Calculating bending radii
in boxes and cabinets. Types and purpose of wiring devices and
calculating maximum loads on such devices. Prerequisites: Registered
Apprentice status or permission of the apprenticeship coordinator.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   GW      EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
__________________________________________________________________________

PRESENT:

ABC266     Basic Electronic Theory                       LEC    1         1

Electronic system components. Solid state devices and component
materials. Transistor types and functions, schematics and diagrams.
Light Emitting Diodes (LEDs), and Silicon Controlled Rectifiers (SCRs).
Operating principles of integrated circuits and basic operational
amplifier circuits. Prerequisites: Registered Apprentice status or
permission of the apprenticeship coordinator.

PROPOSED: Change in: Credits from 1 to 0.5, Periods from 1 to 0.5,
Load from 1 to 0.5.

ABC266     Basic Electronic Theory                       LEC    0.5       0.5

Electronic system components. Solid state devices and component
materials. Transistor types and functions, schematics and diagrams.
Light Emitting Diodes (LEDs), and Silicon Controlled Rectifiers (SCRs)
. Operating principles of integrated circuits and basic operational
amplifier circuits. Prerequisites: Registered Apprentice status or
permission of the apprenticeship coordinator.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   GW      EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
__________________________________________________________________________




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                             ATTACHMENT: CM

           COURSE MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES
                   MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 6/22/04

                                                         ACT CREDITS PERIODS
PRESENT:

CCE210AA   Court Reporting Literary                      L+L    2       2

Dictation, transcription, speed building and readback of literary
material at 70 to 190 words per minute. May be repeated for a total
twenty-four (24) credit hours. Prerequisites: CTR102 or permission of
department.

PROPOSED: Change in: Title, Description, Prerequisite, Competency,
Outline, Add Cross-Reference to RTR210AA.

CCE210AA   Realtime Reporting Literary                   L+L    2       2
X-REF      RTR210AA

Dictation, transcription, speed building and readback of literary
material at 70 to 190 words per minute. Prerequisites: CTR/RTR102 or
permission of department.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   GW      EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
__________________________________________________________________________

PRESENT:

CCE210AB   Court Reporting Jury Charge                   L+L    2       2

Dictation, transcription, speed building, and readback of jury charge
material at 90 to 210 words per minute. May be repeated for a total
twenty-four (24) credit hours. Prerequisites: CTR102 or permission of
department.

PROPOSED: Change in: Title, Description, Prerequisite, Competency,
Outline, Add Cross-Reference to RTR210AB.

CCE210AB   Realtime Reporting Jury Charge                L+L    2       2
X-REF      RTR210AB

Dictation, transcription, speed building and readback of Jury Charge
material at 90 to 210 words per minute. Prerequisites: CTR/RTR102 or
permission of department.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   GW      EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
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                             ATTACHMENT: CM

           COURSE MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES
                   MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 6/22/04

                                                         ACT CREDITS PERIODS
PRESENT:

CCE210AC   Court Reporting Question, Answer and          L+L       2    6
           Multi-voice Material

Dictation, transcription, speed building, and read back of question
and answer and multi-voice material at 100 to 240 words per minute.
May be repeated for a total twenty-four (24) credit hours.
Prerequisites: CTR102 or permission of department.

PROPOSED: Change in: Title, Description, Prerequisite, Competency,
Outline, Add Cross-Reference to RTR210AC.

CCE210AC   Realtime Reporting Question/Answer and        L+L       2    6
           Multi-voice Material
X-REF      RTR210AC

Dictation, transcription, speed building and readback of
Question/Answer and multi-voice material at 100 to 240 words per
minute. Prerequisites: CTR/RTR102 or permission of department.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   GW      EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
__________________________________________________________________________

PRESENT:

CIA250     Statistics for Crime Analysis                 L+L       3    3.75

Introduction to the use of statistics in crime analysis. Includes an
overview of inferential and descriptive statistics, computing the
types of statistics that are most frequently utilized in crime
analysis, and using software tools to conduct statistical analysis.
Prerequisites: Demonstrate sufficient knowledge and skills by passing
the basic Microsoft Word word processing and basic Microsoft Excel
spreadsheets sections within the Crime and Intelligence Analysis
Course Prerequisite Assessment test, or permission of instructor.

PROPOSED: Change in: Activity type from L+L to LEC,
Periods from 3.75 to 3.00, Load from 3.52 to 3.00.

CIA250     Statistics for Crime Analysis                 LEC       3    3

Introduction to the use of statistics in crime analysis. Includes an
overview of inferential and descriptive statistics, computing the
types of statistics that are most frequently utilized in crime
analysis, and using software tools to conduct statistical analysis.
Prerequisites: Demonstrate sufficient knowledge and skills by passing
the basic Microsoft Word word processing and basic Microsoft Excel
spreadsheets sections within the Crime and Intelligence Analysis
Course Prerequisite Assessment test, or permission of instructor.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   CG      EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
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                   MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 6/22/04

                                                         ACT CREDITS PERIODS
PRESENT:

CTR101     Computer Compatible Machine Shorthand I       L+L      6      10

Basic computer compatible machine shorthand theory. Prerequisites: 45
wpm typing or permission of department/division. Corequisites: CTR197.

PROPOSED: Change in: Title, Description, Prerequisite, Corequisite,
Competency, Outline, Add Cross-Reference to RTR101.

CTR101     Realtime Machine Shorthand I                  L+L      6      10
X-REF      RTR101

Basic Realtime machine shorthand theory. Prerequisites: 45 wpm
keyboarding or permission of department/division. Corequisites:
CTR/RTR197.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   GW      EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
__________________________________________________________________________

PRESENT:

CTR104     Machine Shorthand: Real-time Theory           L+L      6      10

Real-time theory reinforcement. Dictation to increase speed. May be
repeated for credit. Prerequisites: CTR101 or equivalent.

PROPOSED: Change in: Title, Description, Prerequisite, Competency,
Outline, Add Cross-Reference to RTR104.

CTR104     Machine Shorthand: Realtime Theory            L+L      6      10
X-REF      RTR104

Realtime theory reinforcement. Dictation to increase speed.
Prerequisites: CTR/RTR101 or equivalent or permission of
department/program director.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   GW      EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
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                   MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 6/22/04

                                                         ACT CREDITS PERIODS
PRESENT:

CTR197     Court Reporting Lab                           LAB    0        5

Court reporting dictation/transcription as assigned under supervision.
Prerequisites: None. Corequisites: CTR101 or CTR102.

PROPOSED: Change in: Title, Description, Corequisite, Competency,
Outline, Add Cross-Reference to RTR197.

CTR197     Realtime Reporting Lab                        LAB    0        5
X-REF      RTR197

Court reporting practice/transcription as assigned under supervision.
Prerequisites: None. Corequisites: CTR/RTR101 or CTR/RTR102.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   GW      EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
__________________________________________________________________________

PRESENT:

CTR201     Court Reporting I                             L+L    6        10

Dictation, transcription, and readback of Literary at 80 words per
minute, Jury Charge at 100 words per minute, and Question and Answer
Testimony at 120 words per minute. Required speed development: 120
words per minute. Prerequisites: CTR102 or permission of instructor.

PROPOSED: Change in: Title, Description, Prerequisite, Competency,
Outline, Add Cross-Reference to RTR201.

CTR201     Realtime Reporting I                          L+L    6        10
X-REF      RTR201

Dictation, transcription, and readback of Literary at 80 words per
minute, Jury Charge at 100 words per minute, and Question/Answer
Testimony at 120 words per minute. Required speed development: 120
words per minute. Prerequisites: CTR/RTR102 or permission of
department/program director.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   GW      EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
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                   MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 6/22/04

                                                         ACT CREDITS PERIODS
PRESENT:

CTR201AC   Court Reporting I: Question and Answer        L+L    2        6

Dictation, transcription, and readback of Question and Answer
testimony material at 120 words per minute. Required speed
development: 120 words per minute. Prerequisites: CTR102 or permission
of instructor.

PROPOSED: Change in: Title, Description, Prerequisite, Competency,
Outline, Add Cross-Reference to RTR201AC.

CTR201AC   Realtime Reporting I: Question/Answer         L+L    2        6
X-REF      RTR201AC

Dictation, transcription, and readback of Question/Answer testimony
material at 120 words per minute. Required speed development: 120
words per minute. Prerequisites: CTR/RTR102 or permission of
department/program director.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   GW      EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
__________________________________________________________________________

PRESENT:

CTR202     Court Reporting II                            L+L    6        10

Dictation, transcription, and readback of Literary at 100 words per
minute, Jury Charge at 120 words per minute, and Question and Answer
Testimony at 140 words per minute. Required speed development: 140
words per minute. Prerequisites: CTR201, or (CTR201AA and CTR201AB and
CTR201AC), or permission of instructor.

PROPOSED: Change in: Title, Description, Prerequisite, Competency,
Outline, Add Cross-Reference to RTR202.

CTR202     Realtime Reporting II                         L+L    6        10
X-REF      RTR202

Dictation, transcription, and readback of Literary at 100 words per
minute, Jury Charge at 120 words per minute, and Question/Answer
Testimony at 140 words per minute. Required speed development: 140
words per minute. Prerequisites: CTR/RTR201, or (CTR/RTR201AA and
CTR/RTR201AB and CTR/RTR201AC), or permission of department/program
director.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   GW      EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
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                   MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 6/22/04

                                                         ACT CREDITS PERIODS
PRESENT:

CTR202AC   Court Reporting II: Question and Answer       L+L    2        6

Dictation, transcription, and readback of Question and Answer
testimony material at 140 words per minute. Required speed
development: 140 words per minute. Prerequisites: CTR201AC or
permission of instructor.

PROPOSED: Change in: Title, Description, Prerequisite, Competency,
Outline, Add Cross-Reference to RTR202AC.

CTR202AC   Realtime Reporting II: Question/Answer        L+L    2        6
X-REF      RTR202AC

Dictation, transcription, and readback of Question/Answer testimony
material at 140 words per minute. Required speed development: 140
words per minute. Prerequisites: CTR/RTR201AC or permission of
department/program director.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   GW      EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
__________________________________________________________________________

PRESENT:

CTR203     Court Reporting III                           L+L    6        10

Dictation, transcription, and readback of Literary at 120 words per
minute, Jury Charge at 140 words per minute, and Question and Answer
Testimony at 160 words per minute. Required speed development: 160
words per minute. Prerequisites: CTR202, or (CTR202AA and CTR202AB and
CTR202AC), or permission of instructor.

PROPOSED: Change in: Title, Description, Prerequisite, Competency,
Outline, Add Cross-Reference to RTR203.

CTR203     Realtime Reporting III                        L+L    6        10
X-REF      RTR203

Dictation, transcription, and readback of Literary at 120 words per
minute, Jury Charge at 140 words per minute, and Question/Answer
Testimony at 160 words per minute. Required speed development: 160
words per minute. Prerequisites: CTR/RTR202, or (CTR/RTR202AA and
CTR/RTR202AB and CTR/RTR202AC), or permission of department/program
director.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   GW      EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
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                                                         ACT CREDITS PERIODS
PRESENT:

CTR203AC   Court Reporting III: Question and Answer      L+L    2        6

Dictation, transcription, and readback of Question and Answer
testimony material at 160 words per minute. Required speed
development: 160 words per minute. Prerequisites: CTR202AC or
permission of instructor.

PROPOSED: Change in: Title, Description, Prerequisite, Competency,
Outline, Add Cross-Reference to RTR203AC.

CTR203AC   Realtime Reporting III: Question/Answer       L+L    2        6
X-REF      RTR203AC

Dictation, transcription, and readback of Question/Answer testimony
material at 160 words per minute. Required speed development: 160
words per minute. Prerequisites: CTR/RTR202AC or permission of
department/program director.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   GW      EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
__________________________________________________________________________

PRESENT:

CTR204     Court Reporting IV                            L+L    6        10

Dictation, transcription, and readback of Literary at 140 words per
minute, Jury Charge at 160 words per minute, and Question and Answer
Testimony at 180 words per minute. Required speed development: 180
words per minute. Prerequisites: CTR203, or (CTR203AA and CTR203AB and
CTR203AC), or permission of instructor.

PROPOSED: Change in: Title, Description, Prerequisite, Competency,
Outline, Add Cross-Reference to RTR204.

CTR204     Realtime Reporting IV                         L+L    6        10
X-REF      RTR204

Dictation, transcription, and readback of Literary at 140 words per
minute, Jury Charge at 160 words per minute, and Question/Answer
Testimony at 180 words per minute. Required speed development: 180
words per minute. Prerequisites: CTR/RTR203, or (CTR/RTR203AA and
CTR/RTR203AB and CTR/RTR203AC), or permission of department/program
director.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   GW      EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
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                                                         ACT CREDITS PERIODS
PRESENT:

CTR204AC   Court Reporting IV: Question and Answer       L+L    2        6

Dictation, transcription, and readback of Question and Answer
testimony material at 180 words per minute. Required speed
development: 180 words per minute. Prerequisites: CTR203AC or
permission of instructor.

PROPOSED: Change in: Title, Description, Prerequisite, Competency,
Outline, Add Cross-Reference to RTR204AC.

CTR204AC   Realtime Reporting IV: Question/Answer        L+L    2        6
X-REF      RTR204AC

Dictation, transcription, and readback of Question/Answer testimony
material at 180 words per minute. Required speed development: 180
words per minute. Prerequisites: CTR/RTR203AC or permission of
department/program director.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   GW     EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
__________________________________________________________________________

PRESENT:

CTR205     Court Reporting V                             L+L    6        10

Dictation, transcription, and readback of Literary at 160 words per
minute, Jury Charge at 180 words per minute, and Question and Answer
Testimony at 180 words per minute. Required speed development: 200
words per minute. Prerequisites: CTR204, or (CTR204AA and CTR204AB and
CTR204AC), or permission of instructor.

PROPOSED: Change in: Title, Description, Prerequisite, Competency,
Outline, Add Cross-Reference to RTR205.

CTR205     Realtime Reporting V                          L+L    6        10
X-REF      RTR205

Dictation, transcription, and readback of Literary at 160 words per
minute, Jury Charge at 180 words per minute, and Question/Answer
Testimony at 180 words per minute. Required speed development: 200
words per minute. Prerequisites: CTR/RTR204, or (CTR/RTR204AA and
CTR/RTR204AB and CTR/RTR204AC), or permission of department/program
director.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   GW      EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
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                   MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 6/22/04

                                                         ACT CREDITS PERIODS
PRESENT:

CTR205AC   Court Reporting V: Question and Answer        L+L    2        6

Dictation, transcription, and readback of Question and Answer
testimony material at 200 words per minute. Required speed
development: 200 words per minute. Prerequisites: CTR204AC or
permission of instructor.

PROPOSED: Change in: Title, Description, Prerequisite, Competency,
Outline, Add Cross-Reference to RTR205AC.

CTR205AC   Realtime Reporting V: Question/Answer         L+L    2        6
X-REF      RTR205AC

Dictation, transcription, and readback of Question/Answer testimony
material at 200 words per minute. Required speed development: 200
words per minute. Prerequisites: CTR/RTR204AC or permission of
department/program director. Corequisites: CTR211 or permission of
department/division.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   GW      EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
__________________________________________________________________________

PRESENT:

CTR206     Court Reporting VI                            L+L    6        10

Dictation, transcription, and readback of Literary at 180 words per
minute, Jury Charge at 200 words per minute, and Question and Answer
Testimony at 225 words per minute. Required speed development: 225
words per minute. Prerequisites: CTR205, or (CTR205AA and CTR205AB and
CTR205AC), or permission of instructor.

PROPOSED: Change in: Title, Description, Prerequisite, Competency,
Outline, Add Cross-Reference to RTR206.

CTR206     Realtime Reporting VI                         L+L    6        10
X-REF      RTR206

Dictation, transcription, and readback of Literary at 180 words per
minute, Jury Charge at 200 words per minute, and Question/Answer
Testimony at 225 words per minute. Required speed development: 225
words per minute. Prerequisites: CTR/RTR 205, or (CTR/RTR 205AA and
CTR/RTR 205AB and CTR/RTR 205AC), or permission of instructor.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   GW      EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
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                   MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 6/22/04

                                                           ACT CREDITS PERIODS
PRESENT:

CTR206AC   Court Reporting VI: Question and Answer         L+L    2      6

Dictation, transcription, and readback of Question and Answer
testimony material at 225 words per minute. Required speed
development: 225 words per minute. Prerequisites: CTR205AC or
permission of instructor.

PROPOSED: Change in: Title, Description, Prerequisite, Competency,
Outline, Add Cross-Reference to RTR206AC.

CTR206AC   Realtime Reporting VI: Question/Answer          L+L    2      6
X-REF      RTR206AC

Dictation, transcription, and readback of Question/Answer testimony
material at 225 words per minute. Required speed development: 225
words per minute. Prerequisites: CTR/RTR205AC or permission of
instructor.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   GW      EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
__________________________________________________________________________

PRESENT:

CTR208     Registered Professional                         LEC    2      2
           Reporter/Certificate of Merit Preparation

Live dictation practice to increase speed in   any machine shorthand
system in preparation for the national Court   Reporters Association
RPR/CM Tests. May be repeated for a total of   (10) credit hours.
Prerequisites: One year of machine shorthand   or equivalent.

PROPOSED: Change in: Title, Description, Competency, Outline, Add
Cross-Reference to RTR208.

CTR208     Registered Professional Reporter Preparation    LEC    2      2
X-REF      RTR208

Live dictation practice to increase speed in any machine shorthand
system in preparation for the national Court Reporters Association RPR
Test. Prerequisites: One year of machine shorthand or equivalent.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   GW      EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
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                   MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 6/22/04

                                                         ACT CREDITS PERIODS
PRESENT:

CTR209     Court Procedures                              L+L    3        5

Professional procedures, techniques, ethics, and introduction to video
applications for court reporters. Proper dictation methods and correct
formatting styles for both typewriter and computer. Prerequisites:
CTR101 or permission of department/division.

PROPOSED: Change in: Title, Description, Prerequisite, Competency,
Outline, Add Cross-Reference to RTR209.

CTR209     Judicial Procedures for Realtime Reporting    L+L    3        5
X-REF      RTR209

Professional procedures, techniques, ethics, and introduction to video
applications for judicial court reporters. Proper transcription
methods and correct formatting styles for transcript production.
Prerequisites: RTR203 or permission of department/division.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   GW      EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
__________________________________________________________________________

PRESENT:

CTR211     Court Practice                                LAB    3        3

A minimum of 50 hours participation in an actual courtroom-deposition
setting. Transcription of notes required. Prerequisites: CTR209, and
permission of department/division.

PROPOSED: Change in: Credits from 3 to 1, Periods from 3 to 5,
Title, Description, Prerequisite, Corequisite, Competency, Outline,
Add Cross-Reference to RTR211.

CTR211     Judicial Internship                           LAB    1        5
X-REF      RTR211

A minimum of 50 hours participation in an actual courtroom deposition
setting. Transcript production required. Prerequisites: CTR/RTR209
and/or permission of department/division. Corequisites: CTR/RTR205AC
or permission of department/division.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   GW      EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
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                                                         ACT CREDITS PERIODS
PRESENT:

CTR215     Computer-Aided Transcription                  L+L    3        3

Computer terminology, trouble-shooting and basic maintenance of a
computer-aided transcription (CAT) system. Real-time reporting system
set-up, maintenance and operation. Real-time system applications in
specific environments. Production of transcripts from dictation and
with a computer-aided transcription system. Prerequisites: CTR101 or
permission of department/division.

PROPOSED: Change in: Description, Prerequisite, Competency, Outline,
Add Cross-Reference to RTR215.

CTR215     Computer-Aided Transcription                  L+L    3        3
X-REF      RTR215

Computer terminology, trouble-shooting and basic maintenance of a
computer-aided transcription (CAT) system. Realtime reporting system
set-up, maintenance and operation. Realtime system applications in
specific environments. Production of transcripts from dictation and
with a computer-aided transcription system. Prerequisites: CTR/RTR101
or permission of department/division.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   GW      EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
__________________________________________________________________________

PRESENT:

CTR232     Court Reporting - Sustained Writing           LEC    1        1

Principles of machine shorthand to include definitions, brief forms
and phrases. Sustained dictation of question and answer/multi-voice
testimony. Sustained dictation with writing speed of 160-200 words per
minute. Prerequisites: CTR202AC or permission of department.

PROPOSED: Change in: Title, Description, Prerequisite, Competency,
Outline, Add Cross-Reference to RTR232.

CTR232     Realtime Reporting: Sustained Writing         LEC    1        1
X-REF      RTR232

Principles of machine shorthand to include definitions, brief forms
and phrases. Sustained dictation of Question/Answer and multi-voice
testimony. Sustained dictation with writing speed of 160-200 words per
minute. Prerequisites: CTR/RTR202AC or permission of department.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   GW      EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
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                   MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 6/22/04

                                                         ACT CREDITS PERIODS
PRESENT:

EMT104     Basic Emergency Medical Technology            L+L    8       9.45
X-REF      FSC104

Techniques of emergency medical care in accordance with national and state
curriculum. Study of the human body, patient assessment, treatment of medically
or traumatically compromised patients, special hazards, and medical operations.
IV monitoring, Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS), patient-assisted medication
administration, automated external defibrillators, and blood-glucose
monitoring. Includes participation in two eight-hour clinical rotations through
a local emergency department scheduled during the semester outside normal class
hours. Requires personal pocket mask, stethoscope, pen light, and trauma
scissors. Prerequisites: Must be at least 18 years of age prior to applying to
the BLS (Basic life support) Training Program per Arizona revised Statute, and
must have a current Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation certification from the
American Heart Association, American Red Cross, or other equivalent
organization at the Healthcare Provider Level, meeting the new Guidelines 2000.
Minimum ninth grade level reading proficiency on the Nelson-Denney Examination
or equivalent. Proof of: TB testing or chest x-ray with a negative result
within 6 months prior to application; Immunity to rubella (German measles) and
rubella as specified in ARS 36-2202 and ARS 2204.

PROPOSED: Change in: Description, Prerequisite, Course Notes, Competency,
          Outline.

EMT104     Basic Emergency Medical Technology            L+L    8       9.45
X-REF      FSC104

Techniques of emergency medical care in accordance with national and state
curriculum. Study of the human body, patient assessment, treatment of medically
or traumatically compromised patients, special hazards, and medical operations.
IV monitoring, Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS), patient-assisted medication
administration, automated external defibrillators, and blood-glucose
monitoring. Includes participation in two eight-hour clinical rotations
through a local emergency department scheduled during the semester outside
normal class hours. Requires personal pocket mask, stethoscope, pen light, and
trauma scissors. Prerequisites: Must be at least 18 years of age prior to
applying to the BLS (Basic Life Support) Training Program per Arizona Revised
Statutes, and must have a current Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation certification
from the American Heart Association, American Red Cross, or other equivalent
organization at the Healthcare Provider Level, meeting the new Guidelines 2002.
Minimum ninth grade level reading proficiency on the Nelson-Denney Examination
or equivalent. Proof of TB testing or chest x-ray with a negative result within
6 months prior to application; immunity to rubella (German measles) and
rubeola.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   PC      EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
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                                                         ACT CREDITS PERIODS
PRESENT:

EMT238     Vehicular Extrication and Patient             LEC    2        2
           Stabilization
X-REF      FSC238

Participative course designed for Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs)
and other prehospital care providers. Enhances the knowledge base of
the EMT and incorporates new knowledge and skills necessary to access,
extricate, and care for victims of crash incidents. Provides exposure
to scene management skills to include size-up, disentanglement, victim
stabilization for single and multi-victim situations, hazardous
materials incidents, integration of local emergency medical services
(EMS) for patient assessment and management, and standard operating
procedures to selected victim scenarios. Prerequisites: Basic EMT
certification, current enrollment in an EMT-Basic program, nurse with
emergency department experience, or law enforcement personnel, or
permission of instructor.

PROPOSED: Change in: Description, Competency, Outline.

EMT238     Vehicular Extrication and Patient             LEC    2        2
           Stabilization
X-REF      FSC238

Participative course designed for the Emergency Medical Technicians
(EMT). Incorporates new knowledge and skills necessary to access,
extricate, and care for victims of crash incidents. Provides exposure
to scene management, including size-up, disentanglement, victim
stabilization for single and multi-victim situations, hazardous
materials incidents, integration of local emergency medical services
(EMS) for patient assessment and management, and standard operating
procedures to selected victim scenarios. Prerequisites: Basic EMT
certification, current enrollment in an EMT-Basic program, nurse with
emergency department experience, or law enforcement personnel, or
permission of instructor.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   PC      EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
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                   MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 6/22/04

                                                         ACT CREDITS PERIODS
PRESENT:

EMT245     Trauma Management I                           L+L    3        3

Designed to instruct prehospital care personnel in the critical skills
necessary to manage the trauma victim and the emergency scene through
the Incident Command System (ICS). Enhances basic emergency medical
technology (EMT) skills by focusing on emergency care interventions.
Provides exposure to victim assessment, initial treatment,
resuscitative techniques, victim stabilization, transportation of the
victim to an emergency care facility, and documentation.
Prerequisites: Basic EMT certification or nurse with emergency room
experience, or permission of department.

PROPOSED: Change in: Credits from 3.0 to 2.0, Periods from 3.0 to 3.5,
Competency, Outline.

EMT245     Trauma Management I                           L+L    2        3.5

Designed to instruct prehospital care personnel in the critical skills
necessary to manage the trauma victim and the emergency scene through
the Incident Command System (ICS). Enhances basic emergency medical
technology (EMT) skills by focusing on emergency care interventions.
Provides exposure to victim assessment, initial treatment,
resuscitative techniques, victim stabilization, transportation of the
victim to an emergency care facility, and documentation.
Prerequisites: Basic EMT certification or nurse with emergency room
experience, or permission of department.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   PC      EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
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                   MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 6/22/04

                                                         ACT CREDITS PERIODS
PRESENT:

FAC186     Electro-Mechanical Devices                    LEC    3        3
X-REF      HVA186

Concepts, principles, maintenance, and troubleshooting of mechanical
and electro-mechanical devices. Mechanical alignment of shafts, pillow
blocks, gears, and couplers on mechanical equipment. Bearings removal
and installation. Installation and troubleshooting of pump seals.
Vernier calipers, micrometers, tachometers. Use and operation of air
flow hoods for air balancing. Belt drive systems and set up and
operation of variable frequency drives. Cooling tower water treatment
controls and chemical additives. Prerequisites: (FAC/HVA101,
FAC/HVA101LL, FAC/ELC/HVA105 and FAC/ELC/HVA105LL or equivalent), or
permission of instructor.

PROPOSED: Change in: Activity type from LEC to L+L,
Periods from 3 to 5, Load from 3 to 4.4.

FAC186     Electro-Mechanical Devices                    L+L    3        5
X-REF      HVA186

Concepts, principles, maintenance, and troubleshooting of mechanical
and electro-mechanical devices. Mechanical alignment of shafts, pillow
blocks, gears, and couplers on mechanical equipment. Bearings removal
and installation. Installation and troubleshooting of pump seals.
Vernier calipers, micrometers, tachometers. Use and operation of air
flow hoods for air balancing. Belt drive systems and set up and
operation of variable frequency drives. Cooling tower water treatment
controls and chemical additives. Prerequisites: (FAC/HVA101,
FAC/HVA101LL, FAC/ELC/HVA105 and FAC/ELC/HVA105LL or equivalent), or
permission of instructor.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   GW      EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
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                   MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 6/22/04

                                                         ACT CREDITS PERIODS
PRESENT:

FON125     Introduction to the Profession of Dietetics   LEC    1         1

Introduction to the profession of dietetics, including history,
current practice, and future trends. Emphasis on the integration of
dietetics within health care systems and public policy. Highlights
professional ethics, standards of practice, education requirements and
areas of practice. Prerequisites: None.

PROPOSED: Change in: Title, Description, Competency, Outline.

FON125     Introduction to Professions in Nutrition      LEC    1         1
           and Dietetics

Introduction to professions in nutrition and dietetics, including
history, current practice, and future trends. Emphasis on the
integration of nutrition and dietetics within health care systems and
public policy. Highlights professional ethics, standards of practice,
education requirements and areas of practice. Prerequisites: None.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   PV      EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
__________________________________________________________________________

PRESENT:

FON225     Research Fundamentals for the Health          LEC    1         1
           Professional
X-REF      HES225

Introduction to basic research methods and statistics as applied to
the health sciences. Emphasis on the analysis and interpretation of
health-related research. Prerequisites: MAT092 or equivalent, or
satisfactory score on district placement exam.

PROPOSED: Change in: Credits from 1.0 to 3.0, Periods from 1.0 to 3.0,
Load from 1.0 to 3.0, Title, Description, Competency, Outline.

FON225     Research in Complementary and Alternative     LEC    3         3
           Nutrition Therapies
X-REF      HES225

Introduction to basic research methods and statistics as applied to
complementary and alternative nutrition therapies. Emphasis on the
analysis and interpretation of health-related research. Prerequisites:
MAT092 or equivalent, or satisfactory score on district placement exam.

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FSC102     Fire Department Operations                    L+L    11      19.6

Introductory fire science course primarily designed for the new fire
department recruit. Includes firefighting skills, equipment, and
administrative policies, fire department operations, personnel
policies, and International Fire Service Accreditation Congress
Practical Skills Testing. Prerequisites or Corequisites: EMT104 and
permission of instructor.

PROPOSED: Change in: Description, Competency, Outline.

FSC102     Fire Department Operations                    L+L    11      19.6

Introductory fire science course primarily designed for the fire
department recruit. Includes firefighting skills, equipment, and
administrative policies, fire department operations, personnel
policies, and International Fire Service Accreditation Congress
Practical Skills Testing. Prerequisites or Corequisites: EMT104 and
permission of instructor.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   PC      EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
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FSC104     Basic Emergency Medical Technology            L+L    8       9.45
X-REF      EMT104

Techniques of emergency medical care in accordance with national and state
curriculum. Study of the human body, patient assessment, treatment of medically
or traumatically compromised patients, special hazards, and medical operations.
IV monitoring, Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS), patient-assisted medication
administration, automated external defibrillators, and blood-glucose
monitoring. Includes participation in two eight-hour clinical rotations through
a local emergency department scheduled during the semester outside normal class
hours. Requires personal pocket mask, stethoscope, pen light, and trauma
scissors. Prerequisites: Must be at least 18 years of age prior to applying to
the BLS (Basic life support) Training Program per Arizona revised Statute, and
must have a current Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation certification from the
American Heart Association, American Red Cross, or other equivalent
organization at the Healthcare Provider Level, meeting the new Guidelines 2000.
Minimum ninth grade level reading proficiency on the Nelson-Denney Examination
or equivalent. Proof of: TB testing or chest x-ray with a negative result
within 6 months prior to application; Immunity to rubella (German measles) and
rubella as specified in ARS 36-2202 and ARS 2204.

PROPOSED: Change in: Description, Prerequisites, Course Notes, Competency,
          Outline.

FSC104     Basic Emergency Medical Technology            L+L    8       9.45
X-REF      EMT104

Techniques of emergency medical care in accordance with national and state
curriculum. Study of the human body, patient assessment, treatment of medically
or traumatically compromised patients, special hazards, and medical operations.
IV monitoring, Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS), patient-assisted medication
administration, automated external defibrillators, and blood-glucose
monitoring. Includes participation in two eight-hour clinical rotations
through a local emergency department scheduled during the semester outside
normal class hours. Requires personal pocket mask, stethoscope, pen light, and
trauma scissors. Prerequisites: Must be at least 18 years of age prior to
applying to the BLS (Basic Life Support) Training Program per Arizona Revised
Statutes, and must have a current Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation certification
from the American Heart Association, American Red Cross, or other equivalent
organization at the Healthcare Provider Level, meeting the new Guidelines 2002.
Minimum ninth grade level reading proficiency on the Nelson-Denney Examination
or equivalent. Proof of TB testing or chest x-ray with a negative result within
6 months prior to application; immunity to rubella (German measles) and
rubeola.

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FSC238     Vehicular Extrication and Patient             LEC    2        2
           Stabilization
X-REF      EMT238

Participative course designed for Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs)
and other prehospital care providers. Enhances the knowledge base of
the EMT and incorporates new knowledge and skills necessary to access,
extricate, and care for victims of crash incidents. Provides exposure
to scene management skills to include size-up, disentanglement, victim
stabilization for single and multi-victim situations, hazardous
materials incidents, integration of local emergency medical services
(EMS) for patient assessment and management, and standard operating
procedures to selected victim scenarios. Prerequisites: Basic EMT
certification, current enrollment in an EMT-Basic program, nurse with
emergency department experience, or law enforcement personnel, or
permission of instructor.

PROPOSED: Change in: Description, Competency, Outline.

FSC238     Vehicular Extrication and Patient             LEC    2        2
           Stabilization
X-REF      EMT238

Participative course designed for the Emergency Medical Technicians
(EMT). Incorporates new knowledge and skills necessary to access,
extricate, and care for victims of crash incidents. Provides exposure
to scene management, including size-up, disentanglement, victim
stabilization for single and multi-victim situations, hazardous
materials incidents, integration of local emergency medical services
(EMS) for patient assessment and management, and standard operating
procedures to selected victim scenarios. Prerequisites: Basic EMT
certification, current enrollment in an EMT-Basic program, nurse with
emergency department experience, or law enforcement personnel, or
permission of instructor.

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GPH217     Intro/Geographic Information Systems          LEC       3     3

Introduction to the technology of geographic information systems,
covering evolution of the technology, system components, database
concepts, applications and implementation. Prerequisites: None.

PROPOSED: Change in: Number from 217 to 220, Title, Description,
Prerequisite, Competency.

GPH220     Intermediate GIS Using ArcGIS                 LEC       3     3

Further development of knowledge and skills in Geographic Information
Systems (GIS), including evolution of GIS, GIS users, statistical
applications, spatial databases, spatial analysis and related
technology, and overview of spatial data. Prerequisites: GPH219 or
permission of instructor.

TYPE: A   COLLEGE:   MC      EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
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GPH219     Introduction to ArcView                       L+L       3     3

An introduction to desktop Geographic Information Systems technology
using ArcView software. Prerequisites: None.

PROPOSED: Change in: Title, Description, Prerequisite, Competency,
Outline.

GPH219     Introduction to GIS Using ArcGIS              L+L       3     3

An introduction to desktop Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
technology using ArcGIS software. Prerequisites: CIS105, or CSC180, or
permission of instructor.

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GPH270     Map Skills and Geographic Technology          LEC    3       3

Techniques of interpretation of the many types of maps, map
projections and history of mapping. Introduction to other geographic
technologies, including remote sensing, Global Positioning System,
Geographic Information System, and statistical analysis.
Prerequisites: None.

PROPOSED: Change in: Title, Description, Competency, Outline.

GPH270     Introduction to Cartography and               LEC    3       3
           Geospatial Technologies

Overview of maps, map projections and cartography. Introduction to
geospatial technologies, including remote sensing, Global Positioning
System, Geographic Information System, and statistical analysis.
Prerequisites: None.

TYPE: A   COLLEGE:   MC      EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
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PRESENT:

GPH273     Advanced ArcView                              LEC    3       3

Advanced techniques in Geographic Information Systems using ArcView,
including 3-D Analyst, Network Analyst, Spatial Analyst, and Avenue
Programming. Prerequisites: GPH219.

PROPOSED: Change in: Title, Description, Competency, Outline.

GPH273     Advanced GIS Using ArcGIS                     LEC    3       3

Advanced data and spatial analysis techniques in Geographic
Information Systems (GIS), using ArcGIS. Prerequisites: GPH220 or
permission of instructor.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   MC      EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
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HVA112LL   Heating and Air Conditioning Lab              LAB    1       1

Application of routine procedures related to heating and air
conditioning. Includes identification of air conditioning and heating
system components, evaluation of energy balance, identification of
electrical malfunctions, and proper refrigerant handling procedures.
Emphasis on safety. Prerequisites: HVA103 and HVA/ELC/FAC105.
Corequisites: HVA112.

PROPOSED: Change in: Periods from 1 to 3, Load from 1 to 2.4.

HVA112LL   Heating and Air Conditioning Lab              LAB    1       3

Application of routine procedures related to heating and air
conditioning. Includes identification of air conditioning and heating
system components, evaluation of energy balance, identification of
electrical malfunctions, and proper refrigerant handling procedures.
Emphasis on safety. Prerequisites: HVA103 and HVA/ELC/FAC105.
Corequisites: HVA112.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   GW     EFFECTIVE: 2005 Fall
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HVA186     Electro-Mechanical Devices                    LEC    3        3
X-REF      FAC186

Concepts, principles, maintenance, and troubleshooting of mechanical
and electro-mechanical devices. Mechanical alignment of shafts, pillow
blocks, gears, and couplers on mechanical equipment. Bearings removal
and installation. Installation and troubleshooting of pump seals.
Vernier calipers, micrometers, tachometers. Use and operation of air
flow hoods for air balancing. Belt drive systems and set up and
operation of variable frequency drives. Cooling tower water treatment
controls and chemical additives. Prerequisites: (FAC/HVA101,
FAC/HVA101LL, FAC/ELC/HVA105 and FAC/ELC/HVA105LL or equivalent), or
permission of instructor.

PROPOSED: Change in: Activity type from LEC to L+L,
Periods from 3 to 5, Load from 3 to 4.4.

HVA186     Electro-Mechanical Devices                    L+L    3        5
X-REF      FAC186

Concepts, principles, maintenance, and troubleshooting of mechanical
and electro-mechanical devices. Mechanical alignment of shafts, pillow
blocks, gears, and couplers on mechanical equipment. Bearings removal
and installation. Installation and troubleshooting of pump seals.
Vernier calipers, micrometers, tachometers. Use and operation of air
flow hoods for air balancing. Belt drive systems and set up and
operation of variable frequency drives. Cooling tower water treatment
controls and chemical additives. Prerequisites: (FAC/HVA101,
FAC/HVA101LL, FAC/ELC/HVA105 and FAC/ELC/HVA105LL or equivalent), or
permission of instructor.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   GW      EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
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IND151     Electrical Level I                            LEC    5        5

Introduction to National Electric Code. Electrical safety. Hand
bending, cutting and measuring of conduit. Installation and
applications of specific fasteners. Basic concepts of electricity,
alternating current flow and voltage. Operation of electrical test
equipment to measure properties. Installation procedures for raceways,
wireways and cable trays. Take and interpret readings from test
equipment. Installation and use of specific conductors and cables.
Interpretation of electrical diagrams. Select wiring devices and
techniques for commercial, industrial, and residential wiring.
Prerequisites: None.

PROPOSED: Change in: Credits from 5 to 4.5, Periods from 5 to 4.5,
Load from 5 to 4.5.

IND151     Electrical Level I                            LEC    4.5      4.5

Introduction to National Electric Code. Electrical safety. Hand
bending, cutting and measuring of conduit. Installation and
applications of specific fasteners. Basic concepts of electricity,
alternating current flow and voltage. Operation of electrical test
equipment to measure properties. Installation procedures for raceways,
wireways and cable trays. Take and interpret readings from test
equipment. Installation and use of specific conductors and cables.
Interpretation of electrical diagrams. Select wiring devices and
techniques for commercial, industrial, and residential wiring.
Prerequisites: None.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   GW      EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
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LBT270     Practicum Projects                            LEC       1    1

Practical experience organized and tailored around the interests and
needs of the individual student. Structured to provide an atmosphere
of individualized research and study paralleled by professional
expertise and guidance in professional-type facilities. May be
repeated for a total of three (3) credit hours. Prerequisites:
Approval of instructor or program director.

PROPOSED: Change in: Activity type from LEC to LAB,
Periods from 1 to 5, Load from 1 to 0, Load Formula from S to C.

LBT270     Practicum Projects                            LAB       1    5

Practical experience organized and tailored around the interests and
needs of the individual student. Structured to provide an atmosphere
of individualized research and study paralleled by professional
expertise and guidance in professional-type facilities. May be
repeated for a total of three (3) credit hours. Prerequisites:
Approval of instructor or program director.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   MC      EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
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PRESENT:

LBT274     Independent Study in Library Information      LEC       1    1
           Services

Independent study and individualized learning research activities
organized and tailored around the interests and needs of the
individual student. Structured to provide an atmosphere of
individualized study guided by professional expertise. Prerequisites:
Approval of instructor or program director.

PROPOSED: Change in: Activity type from LEC to LAB, Periods from 1 to 5,
Load from 1 to 0, Load Formula from S to C.

LBT274     Independent Study in Library Information      LAB       1    5
           Services

Independent study and individualized learning research activities
organized and tailored around the interests and needs of the
individual student. Structured to provide an atmosphere of
individualized study guided by professional expertise. Prerequisites:
Approval of instructor or program director.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   MC      EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
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PRESENT:

MET106AA   Machine Bench I: Machine Operations           L+L    1        1.7
           Handtools

Safe use of handtools. Selection of correct tools for a specific
machining operation. Applied mathematical calculations and operations
essential in machining operations. Design of process flow charts, and
material selection. Operator certification check sheet. Prerequisites:
MET100AA and MET100AB.

PROPOSED: Change in: Number from 106AA to 102AA, Credits from 1 to 2,
Periods from 1.7 to 3, Load from 1.49 to 2.7.

MET102AA   Machine Bench I: Machine Operations and       L+L    2        3
           Handtools

Safe use of handtools. Selection of correct tools for a specific
machining operation. Applied mathematical calculations and operations
essential in machining operations. Design of process flow charts, and
material selection. Operator certification check sheet. Prerequisites:
MET100AA and MET100AB.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   GW      EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
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PRESENT:

MET109AA   Lathe I: Basic Manual Lathe Operations        L+L    1        2

Basic manual lathe operations and safety. Identification and selection
of appropriate materials, tools, and chemicals for material removal
process. Application of mathematical concepts in basic manual lathe
operations. Process design and blueprint interpretation. Operator
certification checklist. Prerequisites: MET100AA and MET100AB.

PROPOSED: Change in: Number from 109AA to 103AA, Credits from 1 to 2,
Periods from 2 to 3, Load from 1.7 to 2.7.

MET103AA   Lathe I: Basic Manual Lathe Operations        L+L    2        3

Basic manual lathe operations and safety. Identification and selection
of appropriate materials, tools, and chemicals for material removal
process. Application of mathematical concepts in basic manual lathe
operations. Process design and blueprint interpretation. Operator
certification checklist. Prerequisites: MET100AA and MET100AB.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   GW      EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
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PRESENT:

MET113AA   Mill I: Basic Machine Operations              L+L     1      2

Basic vertical mill operations and safety. Selection of correct tools
for a specific machining operation. Mathematical calculations and
operations essential in machining operations. Design of process flow
charts, and material selection. Blueprint interpretation. Operator
certification check sheet. Prerequisites: MET100AA and MET100AB.

PROPOSED: Change in: Number from 113AA to 104AA, Credits from 1 to 2,
Periods from 2 to 3, Load from 1.7 to 2.7.

MET104AA   Mill I: Basic Machine Operations              L+L     2      3

Basic vertical mill operations and safety. Selection of correct tools
for a specific machining operation. Mathematical calculations and
operations essential in machining operations. Design of process flow
charts, and material selection. Blueprint interpretation. Operator
certification check sheet. Prerequisites: MET100AA and MET100AB.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   GW      EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
__________________________________________________________________________

PRESENT:

MET117AA   Grind I: Basic Surface Machine Operations     L+L     1      2

Basic manual surface grinder operations and safety. Selection of
correct tools and materials for a specific machining operation.
Application of mathematical calculations and operations essential in
machining operations. Design of process flow charts and blueprint
interpretation. Operator certification checklist. Prerequisites:
MET100AA and MET100AB.

PROPOSED: Change in: Credits from 1 to 2, Periods from 2 to 3,
Load from 1.7 to 2.7.

MET117AA   Grind I: Basic Surface Machine Operations     L+L     2      3

Basic manual surface grinder operations and safety. Selection of
correct tools and materials for a specific machining operation.
Application of mathematical calculations and operations essential in
machining operations. Design of process flow charts and blueprint
interpretation. Operator certification checklist. Prerequisites:
MET100AA and MET100AB.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   GW      EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
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PRESENT:

OAS220     Professional Legal Secretary                  LEC    4            4

Study of entry-level secretarial duties, including ethical conduct
with office staff and the public, maintaining professional image,
preparing correspondence, handling mail and performing calendaring and
docketing tasks, and preparing and organizing office files; using
legal vocabulary; preparing documents such as affidavits,
acknowledgments, legal descriptions, wills, and corporate
organizations; studying the state and federal court system and civil
procedure; preparing and processing pleadings using proper captions
and citation format; and preparing documents for service of process.
Prerequisites: LAS101. Prerequisites or Corequisites: GBS205 or
permission of Department/Division.

PROPOSED: Change in: Description, Prerequisite, Competency, Outline,
Modularization: OAS220AA, OAS220AB.

OAS220     Professional Legal Secretary                  LEC    4            4

Study of entry-level secretarial duties, including employment options;
ethical conduct with office staff and the public; maintaining a
professional image; preparing correspondence and other documents such
as affidavits and acknowledgments; handling mail; performing
calendaring, docketing, timekeeping, and billing tasks; preparing and
organizing office files; using legal vocabulary; preparing and
processing legal documents relating to probate, wills, contracts, real
estate, business organizations, litigation pleadings including service
of process, domestic relations, and bankruptcy; studying the state and
federal court systems; civil and criminal procedures; using proper
captions and citation format; and notary public responsibilities.
Prerequisites: LAS101.

    OAS220AA        Professional Legal Secretary I       LEC    2        2

    Study of entry-level legal secretarial duties, including employment
    options; ethical conduct with office staff and the public; maintaining
    a professional image; preparing correspondence and other documents
    such as affidavits and acknowledgments; handling mail; performing
    calendaring, docketing, timekeeping, and billing tasks; preparing and
    organizing office files; using legal vocabulary; and preparing and
    processing legal documents relating to probate, wills, contracts, real
    estate, and business organizations. Prerequisites: LAS101.

    OAS220AB        Professional Legal Secretary II      LEC    2        2

    Study of entry-level legal secretarial duties, including the state and
    federal court systems; civil and criminal procedures; preparing and
    processing litigation pleadings, including service of process; using
    proper captions and citation format; domestic relations; bankruptcy;
    and notary public responsibilities. Prerequisites: OAS220AA.

TYPE: O    COLLEGE:   PC     EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
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PED265     Theory of Coaching                            LEC      3      3

Theory and techniques of coaching competitive sports. Prerequisites:
None.

PROPOSED: Change in: Description, Prerequisite, Competency, Outline.

PED265     Theory of Coaching                            LEC      3      3

Discusses the impact of sports on the American culture, legal
liabilities of coaching, principles of a coaching philosophy, the role
of teaching skill, physical conditioning and nutrition in coaching,
components of team/group psychology and dynamics, motivation and
aggression in sport. Prerequisites: None. PED281, suggested but not
required.

TYPE: A   COLLEGE:   MC      EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
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PRESENT:

SGT220     Operating Room Practicum II                   LAB      1      5

Reinforcement and broadening of knowledge and skills of the surgical
technologist required for pre-operative, intra-operative and
post-operative care of the patient having general surgery including
gastro-intestinal and/or endoscopic surgery. Prerequisites: BIO162AA,
SGT101, SGT110, and SGT120.

PROPOSED: Change in: Credits from 1 to 3, Periods from 5 to 15.

SGT220     Operating Room Practicum II                   LAB      3      15

Reinforcement and broadening of knowledge and skills of the surgical
technologist required for pre-operative, intra-operative and
post-operative care of the patient having general surgery including
gastro-intestinal and/or endoscopic surgery. Prerequisites: BIO162AA,
SGT101, SGT110, and SGT120.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   GW      EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
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SUN109     Field Engineering Principles                  LEC    2.5     2.5

Basic field engineering including terminology, methods of land
description and the use of tools and instruments. Government land
survey system procedures and specific procedures for field surveying.
Prerequisites: (Indentured status with the Arizona Builders Alliance
and SUN101) or permission of the apprenticeship coordinator.

PROPOSED: Change in: Credits from 2.5 to 2, Periods from 2.5 to 2,
Load from 2.5 to 2.

SUN109     Field Engineering Principles                  LEC    2       2

Basic field engineering including terminology, methods of land
description and the use of tools and instruments. Government land
survey system procedures and specific procedures for field surveying.
Prerequisites: (Indentured status with the Arizona Builders Alliance
and SUN101) or permission of the apprenticeship coordinator.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   GW      EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
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PRESENT:

SUN201     Reinforcing Concrete                          LEC    2       2

Use of reinforced concrete and reinforcing steel. Reinforced concrete
in specific settings. Reinforcing steel; bar supports, bar lists,
fabrication options, cutting and bending, tying, splicing and placing
bars. Prerequisites: (Indentured status with the Arizona Builders
Alliance) or permission of the apprenticeship coordinator.

PROPOSED: Change in: Credits from 2 to 1.5, Periods from 2 to 1.5,
Load from 2 to 1.5.

SUN201     Reinforcing Concrete                          LEC    1.5     1.5

Use of reinforced concrete and reinforcing steel. Reinforced concrete
in specific settings. Reinforcing steel; bar supports, bar lists,
fabrication options, cutting and bending, tying, splicing and placing
bars. Prerequisites: (Indentured status with the Arizona Builders
Alliance) or permission of the apprenticeship coordinator.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   GW      EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
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SWU220     Drugs in Human Services                       LEC     3      3

Concepts of chemical use, abuse, and addiction examined from several
perspectives. Concepts integrated from different disciplines and
technologies. Prerequisites: Permission of instructor.

PROPOSED: Change in: Title, Description, Prerequisite, Competency,
Outline.

SWU220     Co-Occurring Disorders                        LEC     3      3

Concepts of chemical use, abuse, and addiction examined from several
perspectives. Concepts integrated from different disciplines and
technologies. Addresses issues of psychiatric and substance abuse
disorders that commonly occur together. Prerequisites: BHS/SWU130 or
permission of instructor.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   MC      EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
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PRESENT:

WWM280     Arizona Water Certification Review            LEC     3      3

Refresher course for the operation, supervision and administration of
water distribution and treatment systems. Offered as preparation for
state certification testing. Prerequisites: WWM100 or permission of
instructor.

PROPOSED: Change in: Credits from 3 to 2, Periods from 3 to 2,
Load from 3 to 2.

WWM280     Arizona Water Certification Review            LEC     2      2

Refresher course for the operation, supervision and administration of
water distribution and treatment systems. Offered as preparation for
state certification testing. Prerequisites: WWM100 or permission of
instructor.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   GW      EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
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PRESENT:

WWM281     Arizona Wastewater Certification Review       LEC     3      3

Refresher course for the operation, supervision and administration of
wastewater distribution and treatment systems. Offered as preparation
for state certification testing. Prerequisites: WWM100 or permission
of instructor.

PROPOSED: Change in: Credits from 3 to 2, Periods from 3 to 2,
Load from 3 to 2.

WWM281     Arizona Wastewater Certification Review       LEC     2      2

Refresher course for the operation, supervision and administration of
wastewater distribution and treatment systems. Offered as preparation
for state certification testing. Prerequisites: WWM100 or permission
of instructor.

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ABC107    Electrical Blueprints, Schedules, and           LEC     1        1
          Specifications

Symbolic language of blueprints and their different components.
Includes examination of construction drawings, schedules, and
specifications. Prerequisites: Registered apprentice status or
permission of the apprenticeship coorindator.

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ARC100    Introduction to Environmental Design            L+L     3        6

A survey of design through historical evaluation of built environments
and works of well-known architects. Principles, concepts, and skills
associated with designs of actual and imagined ideas and things.
Emphasis on social, technical, environmental, and theoretical forces
that impacts design. Prerequisites: None.

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ARC120    Design Fundamentals I                           L+L     3        6

An introduction to architectural drawing and graphic representation
methods. Using architectural drawings and graphic representations as
visualization, and problem-solving methods. Emphasis on visual
communication, and the application and development of the visual
design via process as well as product. Prerequisites: None.

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ARC140    Design Foundation I                             L+L     3        6

Two-dimensional and three-dimensional drawings and rendering methods,
including freehand and/or use of drawing tools for presentation of
ideas. Techniques for use of pencil, ink, and colors. Professional
formatting of portfolios. Prerequisites: None.

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ARC150    Architectural Desktop I                         L+L     3        6

Residential construction drawing using Architectural Desktop (ADT).
Includes preliminary workspace setups, configuration procedures,
modules operations, and on screen menus applicable for producing
components of a building model. Prerequisites: CNS130, or permission
of department.

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ARC165     Introduction to Architecture                   LEC     3        3
           Professional Practice and Ethics

Professional, legal, and ethical issues in architecture practice and
services. Includes marketing issues, communications, standards,
insurance and bonds, agreements, contracts and contractors, standard
American Institute of Architecture (AIA) forms and conditions,
selection of contractors, and bidding procedures. Prerequisites: None.

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ARC225     Fundamentals of Architectural Detailing        L+L     3        6

Introduction to construction /architecture detailing. Examines
functional, construction-related, and aesthetic applications of
detailing. Prerequisites: CNS130, or CNS180, or permission of department.

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ARC226     Advanced Architectural Detailing               L+L     3        6

Advanced methods of detailing major construction materials such as
wood, steel, and concrete, ranging from simple residential to more
complicated commercial structures. Includes detailing foundations,
exterior and interior walls, roof and ceiling areas. Prerequisites:
CNS130, or CNS180, or permission of department.

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ARC282AA   Volunteerism for Architecture: A Service       LAB     1        1
           Learning Experience

Service-learning field experience within private/public agencies and
citizen volunteer groups. May not repeat specific assignment for more
than three (3) credit hours. Standard grading available according to
procedures outlined in college catalog. Prerequisites: Permission of
department.

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ARC282AB   Volunteerism for Architecture: A Service       LAB     2        2
           Learning Experience

Service-learning field experience within private/public agencies and
citizen volunteer groups. May not repeat specific assignment for more
than three (3) credit hours. Standard grading available according to
procedures outlined in college catalog. Prerequisites: Permission of
department.

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ARC282AC   Volunteerism for Architecture: A Service       LAB     3        3
           Learning Experience

Service-learning field experience within private/public agencies and
citizen volunteer groups. May not repeat specific assignment for more
than three (3) credit hours. Standard grading available according to
procedures outlined in college catalog. Prerequisites: Permission of
department.

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ARC290AA   Architecture Internship                        LAB     1        1

Architecture internship office and field experience with private
agencies, public agencies, or citizen volunteer groups. May not repeat
specific assignment for more than three (3) credit hours. Standard
grading available according to procedures outlined in college catalog.
Prerequisites: ARC282++, or permission of department.

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ARC290AB   Architecture Internship                        LAB     2        2

Architecture internship office and field experience with private
agencies, public agencies, or citizen volunteer groups. May not repeat
specific assignment for more than three (3) credit hours. Standard
grading available according to procedures outlined in college catalog.
Prerequisites: ARC282++, or permission of department.

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ARC290AC   Architecture Internship                        LAB     3        3

Architecture internship office and field experience with private
agencies, public agencies, or citizen volunteer groups. May not repeat
specific assignment for more than three (3) credit hours. Standard
grading available according to procedures outlined in college catalog.
Prerequisites: ARC282++, or permission of department.

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ART103     Typography in the Digital Age                  L+L     3        4

Survey of the history of typography from its origins to the present
including movements and individual designers. Emphasis on the function
of typography and design and the role of typography as an integral
part of effective visual communication. Study of type anatomy and the
characteristics of specific families of type, principles of effective
copy fitting, type color and contrast and the relation of copy and
image in graphic design. Prerequisites: None. Familiarity with the
computer and with page geometry and/or illustration software
recommended.

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CHM150     General Chemistry I                            LEC     4        4

A detailed study of the principles of chemistry. Designed for science
majors and students in pre-professional curricula. Prerequisites:
(CHM130 and CHM130LL), or (one year of high school chemistry with a
grade of "C" or better taken within the last five years), and
completion of intermediate algebra or equivalent.

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CNS245     Surveying                                      L+L     3        6

Fundamental surveying principles and introduction to public land
surveying system, including theory and field work using the level and
transit horizontal measurement by stadia or tape; benchmark and
profile leveling; horizontal traverse surveys and computations;
establishment of line of grade. Basic theory of Global Positioning
Systems. Prerequisites: GTC108, or MAT182, or MAT187, or departmental
approval.

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CRC215    Clinical Research Update                        LEC     0.5      0.5

Clinical research coordinating update for the enhancement and
reinforcement of specific clinical research team member skills and
knowledge for employment in the clinical research arena. Current field
topics, issues, regulatory updates and industry operational trends.
Prerequisites: Enrollment in the Clinical Research Coordinating
program or presently working in clinical research arena.
Course Notes: May be repeated for a total of ten (10) credits.

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CRC220    Basic Genetics and Clinical Research            LEC     3        3

Preparation of clinical research team members in the field of genetic
testing research studies. Genetic research complexities and special
subject circumstances. Overview of Mendlian genetics, molecular
biology and the Human Genome Project. Focus on projected state of
genetic testing, the discipline of genetic counseling, ethical and
legal dilemmas. Includes genetic pharmacology, Deoxyribonucleic Acid
(DNA) chip technology, complexities of genotype-phenotype studies, the
relationship between genetics and behavior, individual rights
regarding genetic information, informed consent issues and standards
for protecting privacy and using children in genetic research
projects. Prerequisites: Currently enrolled in the Clinical Research
Coordinating (CRC) program or other college healthcare discipline, or
currently licensed and/or degreed in nursing or allied health, or
currently employed in the clinical research arena as a clinical
research coordinator, or part of a clinical research team, or
acceptance of CRC program coordinator.

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CRC230    Clinical Research Coordinating Internship       LAB     1        5

Observation and application of clinical research coordinating skills
and functions in various clinical research settings. Eighty (80) hours
of clinical research coordinator experience in an approved clinical
research setting. Evaluation by site supervisor and college internship
coordinator. Prerequisites: Acceptance into Clinical Research Coordinating
program and completion of CRC120. Course Notes: May be repeated for a total
of three (3) credits.

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CRC260     Clinical Evaluation of Medical Devices         LEC     3        3

Overview of the medical device research world with a focus on key
concepts related to product development and the regulated environment.
Roles and responsibilities within the industry. Clinical research
design considerations for protocol creation, patient safety and the
adherence to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) regulations. Good
Clinical Practice, Good manufacturing Practices, global product safety
and current guidelines, and identification of regulatory requirements.
Overview of the European Medical Device Directive 93/42/EEC (MDD),
European Union (EU) conformity assessments, and EU essential
requirements. Prerequisites: (CRC120 and current enrollment in, or
previous completion of, the Clinical Research Coordinating Program or
other healthcare program), or (CRC120 and current employment in the
clinical research arena as a clinical research coordinator or part of a
clinical research team, or permission of the program coordinator of the
Clinical Research Program)

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DAN120     World Dance                                    L+L     1        3

Theory and practice of world dance. Development of movement quality
and performance skills, individually, with a partner or in a group
setting. Prerequisites: None. Course Notes: May be repeated for a
total of two (2) credits.

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DAN120AA   World Dance: African Dance                     L+L     1        3

Theory and practice of African dance. Development of movement quality
and performance skills, individually or in a group setting. May
include African, Caribbean or Afro-fusion dance. Prerequisites: None.
Course Notes: May be repeated for a total of two (2) credits.

TYPE: A   COLLEGE:   PV   EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
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DAN120AB   World Dance: Flamenco                          L+L     1        3

Theory and practice of Flamenco. Development of movement quality and
performance skills, individually, with a partner or in a group
setting. Prerequisites: None. Course Notes: May be repeated for a
total of two (2) credits.

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DAN120AC   World Dance: Irish Dance                       L+L       1      3

Theory and practice of Irish Dance. Development of movement quality
and performance skills, individually or in a group setting.
Prerequisites: None. Course Notes: May be repeated for a total of
two (2) credits.

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DAN120AD   World Dance: Mexican Folkloric Dance           L+L       1      3

Theory and practice of Mexican Folkloric dance. Development of
movement quality and performance skills, individually with a partner
or in a group setting. Prerequisites: None. Course Notes: May be
repeated for a total of two (2) credits.

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DAN120AE   World Dance: Middle Eastern Dance              L+L       1      3

Theory and practice of Middle Eastern dance. Development of movement
quality and performance skills. Prerequisites: None.
Course Notes: May be repeated for a total of two (2) credits.

TYPE: A   COLLEGE:   PV   EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
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DAN120AF   World Dance: Afro-Brazilian Dance              L+L       1      3

Theory and practice of Afro-Brazilian dance. Development of movement
quality and performance skills. Prerequisites: None.
Course Notes: May be repeated for a total of two (2) credits.

TYPE: A   COLLEGE:   PV   EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
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DAN120AG   World Dance: East Indian Dance                 L+L       1      3

Theory and practice of East Indian dance. Development of movement
quality and performance skills. Prerequisites: None.
Course Notes: May be repeated for a total of two (2) credits.

TYPE: A   COLLEGE:   PV   EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
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DAN120AH   World Dance: Native American Dance             L+L       1      3

Theory and practice of Native American dance. Development of movement
quality and performance skills. Prerequisites: None.
Course Notes: May be repeated for a total of two (2) credits.

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DAN120AI   World Dance: European Folk Dance               L+L       1      3

Theory and practice of European Folk dance. Development of movement
quality and performance skills individually or in a group setting.
Prerequisites: None. Course Notes: May be repeated for a total of
two (2) credits.

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DAN120AJ   World Dance: Asian Dance Forms                 L+L       1      3

Theory and practice of Asian Dance Forms. Development of movement
quality and performance skills. Prerequisites: None.
Course Notes: May be repeated for a total of two (2) credits.

TYPE: A   COLLEGE:   PV   EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
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DAN120AK   World Dance: Capoeira                          L+L       1      3

Theory and practice of Capoeira. Development of movement quality and
performance skills. Prerequisites: None. Course Notes: May be repeated
for a total of two (2) credits.

TYPE: A   COLLEGE:   PV   EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
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DMI119     Introduction to Digital Information and        LEC       1      1
           Management

Use of computers and digital information in medical imaging to include
hardware, software and peripheral devices. Clinical applications for
Radiology, Nuclear Medicine, Sonography, Computed Tomography (CT),
Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) and Radiation Therapy. Implications
for digital imaging, computer-aided diagnosis, Health Information
Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), patient safeguards and
image and information management. Prerequisites: Health care
professional.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   GW   EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
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FON244AA   Practicum I: Food Service Management           LEC       2      2

Classroom preparation and training, under the instruction and
supervision of a registered dietitian. Application of principles,
knowledge, and skills required in the delivery of nutrition services
for food service management including food service operations,
quantity food production, procurement, organizing and management
principles, facility design and equipment, financial management, food
safety and sanitation, menu planning, and marketing. Prerequisites: FON104,
FON125, FON142AB, FON207 and FON242. Corequisite: FON244AB.

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FON244AB   Practicum I: Food Service Management Lab       LAB     3        15

Practicum experience under the supervision of a registered dietitian.
Application of principles, knowledge, and skills required in the
delivery of nutrition services for food service management including
food service operations, quantity food production, procurement,
organizing and management principles, facility design and equipment,
financial management, food safety and sanitation, menu planning, and
marketing. Prerequisites: FON104, FON125, FON142AB, FON207 and
FON242. Corequisite: FON244AA.

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FON245AA   Practicum II: Medical Nutrition Therapy        LEC     2        2

Classroom preparation and training, under the instruction and
supervision of a registered dietitian. Understanding of principles,
knowledge, and skills required for the delivery of medical nutrition
therapy. Comprehension of nutritional screening, assessment,
monitoring, and evaluation for common and complex medical conditions,
medical documentation, patient interviewing and counseling, and
education in health promotion and disease prevention.
Prerequisites: FON125, FON242, HCE103 or equivalent, and MAT092 or equivalent,
or satisfactory score on district placement exam. Corequisite: FON245AB.

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FON245AB   Practicum II: Medical Nutrition Therapy Lab    LAB     2        10

Practicum experience under the supervision of a registered dietitian.
Application of principles, knowledge, and skills required for the
delivery of medical nutrition therapy. Perform nutritional screening,
assessment, monitoring, and evaluation for common and complex medical
conditions, medical documentation, patient interviewing and
counseling, and education in health promotion and disease prevention.
Prerequisites: FON125, FON242, HCE103 or equivalent, and MAT092 or
equivalent, or satisfactory score on district placement exam.
Corequisite: FON245AA.

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FON246AA   Practicum III: Community Nutrition             LEC       2      2

Classroom preparation and training, under the instruction of a
registered dietitian. Understanding of principles, knowledge and
skills required in the delivery of nutrition services in
community-based agencies, outpatient health care settings, and social
service agencies. Includes knowledge and understanding of nutrition
intervention and wellness promotion for individuals and groups across
the lifespan, i.e. infants through geriatrics with a diversity of
cultural, religious and social backgrounds. Prerequisites: FON125
and FON242. Corequisite: FON246AB.

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FON246AB   Practicum III: Community Nutrition Lab         LAB       2      10

Practicum experience under the supervision of a registered dietitian.
Application of principles, knowledge and skills required in the
delivery of nutrition services in community- based agencies,
outpatient health care settings, and social service agencies. Includes
nutrition intervention and wellness promotion for individuals and
groups across the lifespan, i.e. infants through geriatrics with a
diversity of cultural, religious and social backgrounds.
Prerequisites: FON125 and FON242. Corequisite: FON246AA.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   PV   EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
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FPT200     Forensic Technology                            L+L       3      4.5

Designed to give participants advanced knowledge and skills in the
field of forensic medicine, including expertise and competence in
determining deaths from natural causes and homicides. Provides a solid
foundation in medical examiner investigations and forensic technology
skills using academic, clinical, and fieldwork experience.
Prerequisites: (BIO160 or [BIO201 and BIO202]), proof of TB testing or
chest x-ray with a negative result within 6 months prior to enrollment
and immunity to rubella (German measles) and rubeola and permission of
instructor.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   PC   EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
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GBS107     Workplace Readiness Skills                     LEC       1      1

Workplace readiness skills and qualities necessary for successful
employment. Prerequisites: None.

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ICE119    Introduction to Digital Information and         LEC     1        1
          Management

Use of computers and digital information in medical imaging to include
hardware, software and peripheral devices. Clinical applications for
Radiology, Nuclear Medicine, Sonography, Computed Tomography (CT),
Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) and Radiation Therapy. Implications
for digital imaging, computer-aided diagnosis, Health Information
Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), patient safeguards and
image and information management. Prerequisites: Health care
professional.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   GW   EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
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IEC206    PEP: Motor Controls I                           LEC     2        2

Electrical quantities, voltage, currents, resistance, power in
circuits, Ohm's Law, power formulas and series circuits for
Professional Electrician Program (PEP). Safe and proper use of hand
and power tools, instruments, and equipment. Trade language.
Alternating current/direct current (AC/DC) contactors, magnetic motor
starters, and motor starters. Magnetism, voltage variation, and
solenoid selection and application. Complex wiring diagrams, control
circuits. Application and installation of control devices.
Prerequisites: Five years of electrical experience and permission from
the Independent Electrical Contractors Association (IECA).

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   GW   EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
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IFS101    Information Skills in the Digital Age           LEC     3        3

Development of skills and competency in accessing, evaluating and
using information resources while examining the social and historical
context, as well as the technological implications of the use and
organization of information. Prerequisite: ENG101, or ENG107, or
equivalent.

TYPE: A   COLLEGE:   MC   EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
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ITS100    Information Security Awareness                  LEC     2        2

Computer and network security topics, including network communication.
Includes security policy, implementation of basic security measures,
the importance of backups and the value of protecting intellectual
property. Real-life examples and practical projects to reinforce the
need for computer security. Prerequisites: None.

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ITS110    Information Security Fundamentals               L+L     4        5

Fundamental concepts of information technology security. Topics
include authentication methods, access control, cryptography, Public
Key Infrastructure (PKI), network attack and defense methods,
hardening of operating systems and network devices, securing remote
access and wireless technologies and securing infrastructures and
topologies. Emphasis on hands-on labs in both the Windows and Linux
environments. Builds on thorough understanding of Transmission Control
Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) and security concepts and
Microsoft (MS) Windows and Linux Administration. Prerequisites:
(CIS126DA or CIS126DL) and (CNT150 and MST150DA or MST150XP), or
permission of instructor.

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ITS120    Legal, Ethical and Regulatory Issues            LEC     3        3

Exploration of legal and ethical issues unique to information
security. Analysis of professional ethical codes and their application
to information security practitioners. Federal and state laws as they
relate to information security. Prerequisites: ITS110 or permission of
instructor.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   GW   EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
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ITS130    Operating System Security                       L+L     3        4

In-depth examination of operating system security including
Transmission Control Protocol/ Data Encryption Standard (DES), Triple
Data Encryption Standard (3DES), Advanced Encryption Standard (AES),
Pretty Good Privacy (PGP), and other encryption technologies (TCP/IP),
Internet Protocol Security (IPSec) and Cisco Internetwork Operating
System (IOS), Microsoft Windows, Linux and Mac OSX Security.
Procedures to defend networks against attacks and recovery from
network disasters. Web server security. Emphasis on hands-on labs in
both the Windows and Linux environments. Builds on thorough
understanding of Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol
(TCP/IP) and security concepts and MS Windows and Linux
Administration. Prerequisites: ITS110 or permission of instructor.

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ITS140    Network Security                                L+L     3        4

Examination of techniques used to defend network security. Design and
implementation of devices including firewalls and Intrusion Detection
Systems (IDSs) and Virtual Private Networks (VPNs). Risk analysis and
security policies methodologies. Emphasis on hands-on labs in both the
Windows and Linux environments. Builds on thorough understanding of
Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) and security
concepts and MS Windows and Linux Administration. Prerequisites:
(ITS110 and ITS130) or permission of instructor.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   GW   EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
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ITS150    Building Trusted Networks in the Enterprise     L+L     3        4

Design of a trusted network to secure electronic transactions.
Techniques to secure electronic transactions to include cryptography,
digital signatures, digital certificates and strong authentication.
Computer forensics techniques and legislative issues. Emphasis on
hands-on labs in both the Windows and Linux environments. Builds on
thorough understanding of Transmission Control Protocol/Internet
Protocol (TCP/IP) and security concepts and MS Windows and Linux
Administration. Prerequisites: ITS110, ITS130 and ITS140, or
permission of instructor.

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ITS160    Managing Trusted Networks in the Enterprise     L+L     3        4

Establishment of trusted networks to ensure enterprise security.
Techniques for the planning and implementation of trusted networks
including secure Wireless LANs (WLANs) and secure email. Emphasis on
hands-on labs in both the Windows and Linux environments. Builds on
thorough understanding of Transmission Control Protocol/Internet
Protocol (TCP/IP) and security concepts and MS Windows and Linux
Administration. Prerequisites: (ITS110, ITS130, ITS140 and ITS150) or
permission of instructor.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   GW   EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
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ITS170    Information Security Policy Development         LEC     1        1

Components required to plan, develop and write information security
policies. Policy development processes and the relationship between
security and policy directions. Emphasis on writing effective
information security policies in a governmental or corporate setting.
Prerequisites: None.

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ITS171    Information Security Risk Management            LEC     1        1

Examination and assessment of risk management in an information
technology environment. Identification and valuation of organizational
assets. Risk identification to include types of threats and exposures
to loss. Risk mitigation techniques, documentation methods and
regulatory requirements. Prerequisites: ITS110.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   GW   EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
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ITS230    Deploying Snort Intrusion Detection             L+L     1        2
          System (IDS)

Intrusion Detection System (IDS). Examination of network intrusion
detection concepts, principles and practices. Study of the mechanics
and behaviors of Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol
(TCP/IP). Creation of filters and rules for network monitoring.
Analysis of packet structure. Evaluation of intrusion detection system
architectures. Detection and analysis of scans, vulnerabilities,
exploits, and attacks. Identification of countermeasures.
Architectural considerations for intrusion detection systems.
Prerequisites: ITS110 or permission of instructor.

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MET114    Quality Systems                                 LEC     1        1

Quality system models and their application to a manufacturing
organization. Cost of quality in a manufacturing organization.
Prerequisites: None.

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MET131    Lean Manufacturing                              LEC     3        3

Lean manufacturing methodologies and application to a manufacturing
organization. Identification of waste and application of cost to poor
quality process within a manufacturing organization. Lean
manufacturing tools and implementation. Organizational buy-in.
Prerequisites: None.

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MET132     Six Sigma                                      LEC     3        3

Six Sigma methodologies, tools and implementation. Application of Six
Sigma concepts to a manufacturing organization. Identification of
variation and resulting organizational cost. Organizational buy-in.
Prerequisites: None.

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MET133     Continuous Improvement Project                 LEC     3        3

Continuous Improvement Project Management. Managing a continuous
improvement project in a manufacturing organization. Identifying
Recourse requirements. Applying the continuous improvement tools in a
manufacturing organization. Microsoft (MS) Project. Organizational
buy-in. Project implementation. Prerequisites: None.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   GW   EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
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MET206AB   Mathematics for CNC Programming                L+L     1        2

Application of basic mathematical principles to include addition and
subtraction of decimals and fractions, conversions, degrees, minutes
and seconds. Application and demonstration of trigonometry to achieve
useful programming and dimensional data. Prerequisites: MET206AA, or
machine shop experience, and/or departmental permission.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   GW   EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
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MET206AC   CNC Programming: Word Address Programming      L+L     1        2

Manual programming using computer generation of computerized numerical
control (CNC) program editing software. Study of management
implications and advantages of CNC. Prerequisites: MET206AB, or
machine shop experience, and/or departmental permission.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   GW   EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
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MET209     CNC Mill: Operator Training II                 L+L     3        6

Setup and operation of a computerized numerical control (CNC) mill and
fourth axis rotary table. Tool values, replacement and qualifying.
Advanced program editing to include Canned cycle use and manipulation.
CNC mill operator training including advanced machine control
manipulation, production tooling techniques, 3D tool path, and 4th
axis operations. Proper machine shop safety. Prerequisites: MET102,
MET203, MET206, and MET207.

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MET210     Computer Numerical Control Lathe:              L+L     3        6
           Operator Training II

Computer numerical control (CNC) turning center operator training.
Emphasis on machine tool setup and operations. Alteration of tool
values, replacement and qualification of tooling. Advanced program
editing including canned cycle use and manipulation. Advanced machine
controls, production tooling, live tooling and operations. Proper
machine shop safety. Work holding, minor program editing and offset
modification. Prerequisites: (MET102, MET203, MET206, and MET208) or
departmental permission.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   GW   EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
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MET211     Tooling Applications                           LEC     3        3

Exploration of current tooling technologies used in manufacturing with
an emphasis on computerized numerical control (CNC) applications.
Metal removal strategies, troubleshooting tooling problems, and set up
and down time reduction tooling and applications. Coolant selection
and maintenance. Safety procedures. Prerequisites: None.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   GW   EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
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MUP282AA   Volunteerism for Music: A Service              LAB     1        1
           Learning Experience

Service-learning field experience within private/public agencies,
citizen volunteer groups, and on-campus sites. 50 hours of designated
work per credit. Standard grading available according to procedures
outlined in catalog. Prerequisites: None. Course Notes: May be repeated
for a total of six (6) MUP282 credit hours; may not repeat specific
agency assignment for more than four (4) credit hours.

TYPE: A   COLLEGE:   MC   EFFECTIVE: 2004 Summer I
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MUP282AB   Volunteerism for Music: A Service              LAB     2        2
           Learning Experience

Service-learning field experience within private/public agencies,
citizen volunteer groups, and on-campus sites. 50 hours of designated
work per credit. Standard grading available according to procedures
outlined in catalog. Prerequisites: None. Course Notes: May be repeated
for a total of six (6) MUP282 credit hours; may not repeat specific
agency assignment for more than four (4) credit hours.

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MUP282AC   Volunteerism for Music: A Service                 LAB    3      3
           Learning Experience

Service-learning field experience within private/public agencies,
citizen volunteer groups, and on-campus sites. 50 hours of designated
work per credit. Standard grading available according to procedures
outlined in catalog. Prerequisites: None. Course Notes: May be repeated
for a total of six (6) MUP282 credit hours; may not repeat specific
agency assignment for more than four (4) credit hours.

TYPE: A   COLLEGE:   MC   EFFECTIVE: 2004 Summer I
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OAS218     Law Office Procedures                             LEC    3      3

Law office procedures for general and specialty areas of law,
including civil, estate planning and probate, business organizations,
real estate, and litigation. Coverage of law office personnel,
timekeeping, billing, filing, docket control, research, office
equipment, legal forms, ethics, and professional associations.
Prerequisites: LAS101 or permission of department chair or program
director.

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PED281     Methods of Coaching                               LEC    3      3

Comprehensive overview of the art and science of coaching, including
development of coaching philosophy, techniques of sport pedagogy,
practical application of sports skill teaching, sport physiology,
nutrition, sport/team management and self management. Prerequisites:
None. PED265 suggested but not required.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   MC   EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
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PPT111     Electrical Safety for Non Electrical Personnel    LEC    0.5    0.5

Electrical safety, accidental injury prevention and management.
Electrical equipment and work place hazards. Scope of work and
equipment design and prevention. Safe work practices and power tools.
Power sources and electrical hazards in the power block. Distribution,
switchgear, loadcenters, motor control centers, and breaker positions.
Transformers, exposed lines and exposed energized equipment.
Prerequisites: Registered apprentice status or permission of
apprenticeship coordinator.

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RTR207    Technical CART/Captioning Dictation I           LEC     4        4

Machine shorthand realtime writing with an emphasis on writing for the
deaf and hard of hearing for Communication Access Realtime Translation
(CART) and Broadcast Captioning. Dictation, speed building, and
dictionary building using machine shorthand, a computer, and
computer-aided transcription (CAT) software. Areas of concentration
include math, geography, science, political science, history,
English/literature, current events, medical, common proper names,
sports, meteorology, foods, government/politics, arts, animals,
criminology, military installations, slang and religion.
Prerequisites: RTR205AA or permission of department/division.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   GW   EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
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RTR217    Technical CART/Captioning Dictation II          LEC     4        4

Machine shorthand realtime writing with an emphasis on writing for the
deaf and hard of hearing for Communication Access Realtime Translation
(CART) and Broadcast Captioning. Dictation, speed building, and
dictionary building using machine shorthand, a computer, and
computer-aided technology (CAT) software. Areas of concentration
include math, geography, science, political science, history,
English/literature, current events, medical, common proper names,
sports, meteorology, foods, government/politics, arts, animals,
criminology, military installations, slang and religion.
Prerequisites: RTR205AA or permission of department/division.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   GW   EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
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RTR221    Realtime CART Internship                        LAB     1        5

Internship of a minimum of 40 hours of realtime writing under the
supervision of a practicing Communication Access Realtime Translation
(CART) provider or institutional instructor. Includes the production
of a realtime translation of one hour of CART services. Prerequisites:
(RTR205AA and RTR207) or permission of department/division.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   GW   EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
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RTR225    Realtime CART Technology                        LEC     4        4

Hands-on instruction in the operation of the computer and
computer-aided (CAT) software for use in Communication Access Realtime
Translation (CART) writing. Prerequisites: RTR204AA or permission of
department/division.

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SEM104AA   Secondary Basic Emergency Medical                L+L    0.5     0.75
           Technology: Patient Assessment

Techniques of emergency medical care in accordance with national and
state curriculum. Study of patient assessment. Prerequisites: Current
enrollment in the Phoenix Union High School District. Current CPR
(Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation) certification from the American Heart
Association, American Red Cross, or other equivalent organization at
the Healthcare Provider level, meeting the American Heart Association
Guidelines 2002. Proof of TB testing or chest x-ray with a negative
result within 6 months prior to en rollment and immunity to rubella (German
measles) and rubeola.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   PC   EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
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SEM104AB   Secondary Basic Emergency Medical Technology:    L+L    0.5     0.75
           Basic Life Support and Airway Management

Techniques of emergency medical care in accordance with national and
state curriculum. Study of the use of mechanical aids for breathing
and circulation, administration of oxygen, and techniques of basic
life support (BLS). Prerequisites: Current enrollment in the Phoenix
Union High School District and SEM104AA with a grade of "C" or better.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   PC   EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
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SEM104AC   Secondary Basic Emergency Medical Technology:    LEC    0.5     0.5
           Soft Tissue and Environmental Emergencies

Techniques of emergency medical care in accordance with national and
state curriculum. Study of soft tissue and environmental injuries.
Prerequisites: Current enrollment in the Phoenix Union High School
District and SEM104AB with a grade of "C" or better.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   PC   EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
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SEM104AD   Secondary Basic Emergency Medical                L+L    0.5     0.75
           Technology: Head, Brain, Neck, and Spine

Techniques of emergency medical care in accordance with national and
state curriculum. Study of injuries to the head, brain, neck, and
spine. Prerequisites: Current enrollment in the Phoenix Union High
School District and SEM104AC with a grade of "C" or better.

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SEM104AE   Secondary Basic Emergency Medical              LEC     0.5      0.5
           Technology: Shock

Techniques of emergency medical care in accordance with national and
state curriculum. Study of shock, hypotension, and hypoperfusion.
Prerequisites: Current enrollment in the Phoenix Union High School
District and SEM104AD with a grade of "C" or better.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   PC   EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
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SEM104AF   Secondary Basic Emergency Medical              LEC     0.5      0.5
           Technology: Head, Chest, and Abdomen

Techniques of emergency medical care in accordance with national and
state curriculum. Study of injuries to head, chest, abdomen,
genitalia, and acute abdominal disorders. Prerequisites: Current
enrollment in the Phoenix Union High School District and SEM104AE with
a grade of "C" or better.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   PC   EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
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SEM104AG   Secondary Basic Emergency Medical              LEC     0.5      0.5
           Technology: Medical-Legal

Techniques of emergency medical care in accordance with national and
state curriculum. Includes the role and scope of the duties and
practice of the Basic Emergency Medical Technician. Includes standard
of care, consents, and associated statutes, rules, and regulations.
Prerequisites: Current enrollment in the Phoenix Union High School
District and SEM104AF with a grade of "C" or better.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   PC   EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
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SEM104AH   Secondary Basic Emergency Medical              L+L     0.5      1
           Technology: Pediatrics

Techniques of emergency medical care in accordance with national and
state curriculum. Study of the human body from birth to 12 years of
age. Includes pediatric patient assessment, treatment of medically or
traumatically compromised patients, special hazards and abusive
situations, and Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS). Prerequisites:
Current enrollment in the Phoenix Union High School District and
SEM104AG with a grade of "C" or better.

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SEM104AI   Secondary Basic Emergency Medical Technology:    L+L    0.5     1
           Respiratory, Behavioral, Environmental,
           and Diabetic

Techniques of emergency medical care in accordance with national and
state curriculum. Study of acute and chronic respiratory emergencies,
behavioral and environmental emergencies, and diabetic states.
Prerequisites: Current enrollment in the Phoenix Union High School
District and SEM104AH with a grade of "C" or better.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   PC   EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
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SEM104AJ   Secondary Basic Emergency Medical Technology:    L+L    0.5     1
           Gynecologic or Obstetrical Emergencies

Techniques of emergency medical care in accordance with national and
state curriculum. Study of gynecologic and obstetrical emergencies.
Prerequisites: Currently enrolled in the Phoenix Union High School
District and SEM104AI with a grade of "C" or better.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   PC   EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
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SEM104AK   Secondary Basic Emergency Medical Technology:    L+L    0.5     1
           Musculoskeletal Extremity Injuries

Techniques of emergency medical care in accordance with national and
state curriculum. Study of techniques for stabilization and splinting
of musculoskeletal injuries in extremities, including participation in
two eight-hour clinical rotations through a local emergency department
or an ambulance agency scheduled during the semester outside normal
class hours. Prerequisites: Current enrollment in the Phoenix Union
High School District and SEM104AJ with a grade of "C" or better.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   PC   EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
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SEM104AL   Secondary Basic Emergency Medical Technology:    L+L    0.5     1
           Patient Movement and Ambulance Equipment

Techniques of emergency medical care in accordance with national and
state curriculum. Study of techniques for lifting, moving, or
positioning a patient, and use of ambulance/rescue vehicle equipment.
Prerequisites: Current enrollment in the Phoenix Union High School
District and SEM104AK with a grade of "C" or better.

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SEM104AM   Secondary Basic Emergency Medical                L+L    0.5     .75
           Technology: Triage Management

Techniques of emergency medical care in accordance with national and
state curriculum. Study of techniques for triage and disaster
management in simulated situations. Prerequisites: Current enrollment
in the Phoenix Union High School District and SEM104AL with a grade of
"C" or better.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   PC   EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
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SEM104AN   Secondary Basic Emergency Medical Technology:    L+L    0.25    0.5
           Intravenous Fluids

Techniques of emergency medical care in accordance with national and
state curriculum. Study of techniques for assessing a patient with
intravenous (IV) fluids. Prerequisites: Current enrollment in the
Phoenix Union High School District and SEM104AM with a grade of "C" or
better.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   PC   EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
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SEM104AO   Secondary Basic Emergency Medical                L+L    0.5     1
           Technology: Evaluations

Techniques of emergency medical care in accordance with national and
state curriculum. Includes final written and practical evaluations
according to the National Registry of EMTs (NREMT) and Arizona Rules
and Regulations. Prerequisites: Current enrollment in the Phoenix
Union High School District and SEM104AN with a grade of "C" or better.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   PC   EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
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SEM106     Secondary Vehicular Extrication and              L+L    1       2.5
           Patient Stabilization

Participative course designed to enhance the knowledge base of the
Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) and to incorporate new knowledge
and skills necessary to access, extricate, and care for victims of
crash incidents. Provides exposure to scene management skills,
including size-up, disentanglement, victim stabilization for single-
and multi-victim situations, hazardous materials incidents,
integration of local emergency medical services (EMS) for patient
assessment and management, and standard operating procedures for
selected victim scenarios. Prerequisites: Current enrollment in the
Phoenix Union High School District and (SEM104AO with a grade of "C"
or better or permission of instructor).

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SEM108     Secondary Trauma Patient Management            L+L     0.5      2

Provides exposure to victim assessment, initial treatment,
resuscitative techniques, victim stabilization, victim transportation
to an emergency care facility, and documentation. Prerequisites:
Current enrollment in the Phoenix Union High School District and
SEM104AO with a grade of "C" or better.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   PC   EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
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SFS102AA   Secondary Fire Department Operations:          LEC     0.25     0.25
           Organization and Dispatch

Introductory fire science course designed primarily for the potential
fire department recruit. Includes fire department organization and
dispatch. Prerequisites: Currently enrolled in the Phoenix Union High
School District.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   PC   EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
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SFS102AB   Secondary Fire Department Operations:          LEC     0.5      0.5
           Fire Behavior and Classes

Introductory fire science course designed primarily for the potential
fire department recruit. Includes fire behavior, phases of fire,
classes of fire, and fire control methods. Prerequisites: Currently
enrolled in the Phoenix Union High School District and SFS102AA with a
grade of "C" or better.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   PC   EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
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SFS102AC   Secondary Fire Department Operations:          L+L     0.25     0.5
           Fireground and Station Safety

Introductory fire science course designed primarily for the potential
fire department recruit. Includes firefighter safety on the fireground
and in the fire station. Prerequisites: Currently enrolled in the
Phoenix Union High School District and SFS102AB with a grade of "C" or
better.

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SFS102AD   Secondary Fire Department Operations:          L+L     0.25     0.5
           Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus

Introductory fire science course designed primarily for the potential
fire department recruit. Includes self-contained breathing apparatus
(SCBA). Prerequisites: Currently enrolled in the Phoenix Union High
School District and SFS102AC with a grade of "C" or better.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   PC   EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
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SFS102AE   Secondary Fire Department Operations:          L+L     0.25     0.5
           Ropes, Knots, and Hitches

Introductory fire science course designed primarily for the potential
fire department recruit. Includes ropes, knots, and hitches.
Prerequisites: Currently enrolled in the Phoenix Union High School
District and SFS102AD with a grade of "C" or better.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   PC   EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
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SFS102AF   Secondary Fire Department Operations:          L+L     0.25     0.5
           Water Supply and Foam

Introductory fire science course designed primarily for the potential
fire department recruit. Includes water supply and use of foam.
Prerequisites: Currently enrolled in the Phoenix Union High School
District and SFS102AE with a grade of "C" or better.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   PC   EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
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SFS102AG   Secondary Fire Department Operations:          L+L     0.25     0.5
           Fire Apparatus

Introductory fire science course designed primarily for the potential
fire department recruit. Includes fire apparatus. Prerequisites:
Currently enrolled in the Phoenix Union High School District and
SFS102AF with a grade of "C" or better.

TYPE: O    COLLEGE:  PC   EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
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SFS102AH   Secondary Fire Department Operations: Hoses    L+L     0.5      2

Introductory fire science course designed primarily for the potential
fire department recruit. Includes standard hose rolls, carries, and
evolutions. Prerequisites: Currently enrolled in the Phoenix Union
High School District and SFS102AG with a grade of "C" or better.

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SFS102AI   Secondary Fire Department Operations:          L+L     0.25     0.5
           Hand Ladders

Introductory fire science course designed primarily for the potential
fire department recruit. Includes standard hand ladder evolutions.
Prerequisites: Currently enrolled in the Phoenix Union High School
District and SFS102AH with a grade of "C" or better.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   PC   EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
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SFS102AJ   Secondary Fire Department Operations:          L+L     0.5      0.75
           Power Tools

Introductory fire science course designed primarily for the potential
fire department recruit. Includes power tools. Prerequisites:
Currently enrolled in the Phoenix Union High School District and
SFS102AI with a grade of "C" or better.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   PC   EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
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SFS102AK   Secondary Fire Department Operations:          L+L     0.25     0.5
           Building Construction

Introductory fire science course designed primarily for the potential
fire department recruit. Includes building construction.
Prerequisites: Currently enrolled in the Phoenix Union High School
District and SFS102AJ with a grade of "C" or better.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   PC   EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
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SFS102AL   Secondary Fire Department Operations:          L+L     0.5      1
           Forcible Entry

Introductory fire science course designed primarily for the potential
fire department recruit. Includes forcible entry. Prerequisites:
Currently enrolled in the Phoenix Union High School District and
SFS102AK with a grade of "C" or better.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   PC   EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
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SFS102AM   Secondary Fire Department Operations:          L+L     0.5      1
           Search and Rescue

Introductory fire science course designed primarily for the potential
fire department recruit. Includes search and rescue techniques.
Prerequisites: Currently enrolled in the Phoenix Union High School
District and SFS102AL with a grade of "C" or better.

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SFS102AN   Secondary Fire Department Operations:          L+L     0.5      1
           Ventilation

Introductory fire science course designed primarily for the potential
fire department recruit. Includes structure ventilation.
Prerequisites: Currently enrolled in the Phoenix Union High School
District and SFS102AM with a grade of "C" or better.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   PC   EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
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SFS102AO   Secondary Fire Department Operations:          L+L     0.25     1
           Salvage and Overhaul

Introductory fire science course designed primarily for the potential
fire department recruit. Includes salvage and overhaul. Prerequisites:
Currently enrolled in the Phoenix Union High School District and
SFS102AN with a grade of "C" or better.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   PC   EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
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SFS102AP   Secondary Fire Department Operations:          L+L     0.25     0.5
           Electrical Hazards

Introductory fire science course designed primarily for the potential
fire department recruit. Includes electrical hazards. Prerequisites:
Currently enrolled in the Phoenix Union High School District and
SFS102AO with a grade of "C" or better.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   PC   EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
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SFS102AQ   Secondary Fire Department Operations:          L+L     0.25     0.5
           Radiological Hazards

Introductory fire science course designed primarily for the potential
fire department recruit. Includes radiological hazards. Prerequisites:
Currently enrolled in the Phoenix Union High School District and
SFS102AP with a grade of "C" or better.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   PC   EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
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SFS102AR   Secondary Fire Department Operations:          L+L     0.5      1
           Special Emergencies

Introductory fire science course designed primarily for the potential
fire department recruit. Includes special emergencies. Prerequisites:
Currently enrolled in the Phoenix Union High School District and
SFS102AQ with a grade of "C" or better.

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SFS102AS   Secondary Fire Department Operations:          LEC     0.5      0.5
           Physical and Mental Fitness

Introductory fire science course designed primarily for the potential
fire department recruit. Includes physical and mental fitness.
Prerequisites: Currently enrolled in the Phoenix Union High School
District and SFS102AR with a grade of "C" or better.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   PC   EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
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SFS102AT   Secondary Fire Department Operations:          LEC     0.5      0.5
           Prevention and Investigation

Introductory fire science course designed primarily for the potential
fire department recruit. Includes prevention and investigation.
Prerequisites: Currently enrolled in the Phoenix Union High School
District and SFS102AS with a grade of "C" or better.

TYPE: O    COLLEGE:  PC   EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
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SFS102AU   Secondary Fire Department Operations:          LEC     0.25     0.25
           Code Violation

Introductory fire science course designed primarily for the potential
fire department recruit. Includes code violation. Prerequisites:
Currently enrolled in the Phoenix Union High School District and
SFS102AT with a grade of "C" or better.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   PC   EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
________________________________________________________________________

SFS102AV   Secondary Fire Department Operations:          LEC     0.5      0.5
           Incident Organization and Communication

Introductory fire science course designed primarily for the potential
fire department recruit. Includes incident organization and
communication. Prerequisites: Currently enrolled in the Phoenix Union
High School District and SFS102AU with a grade of "C" or better.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   PC   EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
________________________________________________________________________

SFS102AW   Secondary Fire Department Operations:          LEC     1        1
           Tactical Priorities

Introductory fire science course designed primarily for the potential
fire department recruit. Includes tactical priorities. Prerequisites:
Currently enrolled in the Phoenix Union High School District and
SFS102AV with a grade of "C" or better.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   PC   EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
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SFS102AX   Secondary Fire Department Operations:          L+L       0.5    1
           Structural Fires

Introductory fire science course designed primarily for the potential
fire department recruit. Includes operations applied to structural
fires. Prerequisites: Currently enrolled in the Phoenix Union High
School District and SFS102AW with a grade of "C" or better.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   PC   EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
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SFS102AY   Secondary Fire Department Operations:          L+L       0.25   1
           Evaluations

Introductory fire science course designed primarily for the potential
fire department recruit. Includes final written evaluation and
International Fire Service Accreditation Congress Practical Skills
Validation. Prerequisites: Currently enrolled in the Phoenix Union
High School District and SFS102AX with a grade of "C" or better.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   PC   EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
________________________________________________________________________

SPA050AA   Spanish for Customer Service                   LEC       1      1

Introductory conversational Spanish for persons working with
Spanish-speaking customers in the community college setting. For those
with little or no experience with the Spanish language. Prerequisites:
None.

TYPE: A   COLLEGE:   GW   EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
________________________________________________________________________

TDP201     Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD)              L+L       1      2
           Incident Management/Unified Command

Training for emergency responders in skills necessary to manage a
WMD/terrorism incident by adapting the existing Incident Command
System (ICS) to the unique challenges posed by the integration of
local, state, and federal agencies and departments into a unified
command structure. Prerequisites: Permission of instructor.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   PC   EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
________________________________________________________________________

TDP282AA   Volunteerism for Terrorism and Disaster        LAB       1      1
           Preparedness: A Service Learning Experience

Service-learning field experience within private/public agencies and
citizen volunteer groups. Prerequisites: Permission of instructor.
Course Notes: May be repeated for a total of six (6) TDP282 credit hours;
may not repeat specific agency assignment for more than three (3) credit
hours. Offered as credit (P) or no credit (Z) basis. Standard grading
available according to procedures outlined in catalog.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   PC   EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
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TDP282AB   Volunteerism for Terrorism and Disaster        LAB        2     2
           Preparedness: A Service Learning Experience

Service-learning field experience within private/public agencies and
citizen volunteer groups. Prerequisites: Permission of instructor.
Course Notes: May be repeated for a total of six (6) TDP282 credit hours; may
not repeat specific agency assignment for more than three (3) credit hours.
Offered as credit (P) or no credit (Z) basis. Standard grading available
according to procedures outlined in catalog.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   PC   EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
________________________________________________________________________

TDP282AC   Volunteerism for Terrorism and Disaster        LAB        3     3
           Preparedness: A Service Learning Experience

Service-learning field experience within private/public agencies and
citizen volunteer groups. Prerequisites: Permission of instructor.
Course Notes: May be repeated for a total of six (6) TDP282 credit hours;
may not repeat specific agency assignment for more than three (3) credit
hours. Offered as credit (P) or no credit (Z) basis. Standard grading
available according to procedures outlined in catalog.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   PC   EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
________________________________________________________________________

WRT112     Surface-Water Records Computation              LEC        1.5   1.5

Computation and analysis of surface-water records. Emphasis on
physical interpretation of measured data as an aid in analyzing the
surface-water record. Computer processing used. Prerequisites: None.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   GW   EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
________________________________________________________________________

WRT253     Basic Hydraulic Principles                     LEC        3     3

Basic open channel flow principles including velocity profiles,
roughness coefficients and backwater computation. Prerequisites:
WRT250 or permission of department.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   GW   EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
________________________________________________________________________

WRT258AA   Surface Water Field Methods: Part I            LAB        0.5   1.5

An overview of field techniques and instrumentation as applied to
evaporation, rainfall, transpiration, discharge measurements and
gathering of surface water field data. Safety procedures stressed.
Prerequisites: WRT250 or permission of department.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   GW   EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
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WWM280AA   Arizona Water Certification Review:            LEC     0.5      0.5
           Treatment Grades 1 and 2

Refresher course in preparation for state certification testing for
the operation, supervision and administration of wastewater collection
systems. Prerequisites: None.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   GW   EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
________________________________________________________________________

WWM280AB   Arizona Water Certification Review:            LEC     0.5      0.5
           Treatment Grades 3 and 4

Refresher course in preparation for state certification testing for
the operation, supervision and administration of wastewater collection
systems. Prerequisites: None.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   GW   EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
________________________________________________________________________

WWM280AC   Arizona Water Certification Review:            LEC     0.5      0.5
           Distribution Grades 1 and 2

Refresher course in preparation for state certification testing for
the operation, supervision and administration of wastewater collection
systems. Prerequisites: None.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   GW   EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
________________________________________________________________________

WWM280AD   Arizona Water Certification Review:            LEC     0.5      0.5
           Distribution Grades 3 and 4

Refresher course in preparation for state certification testing for
the operation, supervision and administration of wastewater collection
systems. Prerequisites: None.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   GW   EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
________________________________________________________________________

WWM281AA   Arizona Wastewater Certification Review:       LEC     0.5      0.5
Wastewater Treatment Grades 1 and 2

Refresher course in preparation for state certification testing for
the operation, supervision and administration of wastewater collection
systems. Prerequisites: None.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   GW   EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
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WWM281AB   Arizona Wastewater Certification Review:       LEC     0.5      0.5
Wastewater Treatment Grades 3 and 4

Refresher course in preparation for state certification testing for
the operation, supervision and administration of wastewater collection
systems. Prerequisites: None.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   GW   EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
________________________________________________________________________

WWM281AC   Arizona Wastewater Certification Review:       LEC     0.5      0.5
           Collections Grades 1 and 2

Refresher course in preparation for state certification testing for
the operation, supervision and administration of wastewater collection
systems. Prerequisites: None.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   GW   EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
________________________________________________________________________

WWM281AD   Arizona Wastewater Certification Review:       LEC     0.5      0.5
           Collections Grades 3 and 4

Refresher course in preparation for state certification testing for
the operation, supervision and administration of wastewater collection
systems. Prerequisites: None.

TYPE: O   COLLEGE:   GW   EFFECTIVE: 2004 Fall
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                              MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:NAP                                 Award Type/Major Code:AC/6212
Development Date:04/29/04                                     Initiator:Paul Harasha
Initiating College:MC                                         Instructional Design Facilitator:Linda Evans/Naomi Story
Effective First Year Term:20046                               Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:05/24/04-05/27/04                      MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:06/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:x District-wide:        Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                       Primary College:
                                                              Maintenance Date:05/13/04, 05/18/04, 05/20/04
PROPOSED:
Program Title:     Global Citizenship
Total Credits:     15
Overall G.P.A.:    2.0
CIPS Code:         45.1101

Description: The interdisciplinary Academic Certificate (AC) in Global Citizenship enhances students’ understanding of
the world around them and current social issues such as economic and social justice, human and civil rights, world and
regional conflicts, environmental degradation, cultural diversity, and political change. Through a combination of
coursework and experiential learning, students develop skills in critical thinking, inquiry, and discourse while becoming
more informed, socially responsible, and engaged citizens of their communities, country, and world. The certificate
includes specialized tracks in the impact of diverse cultures on American life: Impact of Diverse Cultures on American
Life; Political and Economic Interdependence of the International Community; Global Study of Cultures, Religions,
and Values; Regional Study of Cultures, Religions, and Values; and Science, technology and the world


Program Outline:

Program Notes:         (Note: +indicates course has a prerequisite)


Admission Criteria: None


Program Prerequisites: None


Required Courses: Credits: 7

        GLO298AA                   Special Projects                                                    1

        (Note: Select 6 credits from the following courses)                                            6

        ASB102                     Introduction to Cultural and Social Anthropology (3)
        GCU121                     World Geography I: Eastern Hemisphere (3)
        GCU122                     World Geography II: Western Hemisphere (3)
        POS120                     World Politics (3)
        SOC101                     Introduction to Sociology (3)
+       SWU292                     Effective Helping in a Diverse World




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Proposal Development Type:NAP                                Award Type/Major Code:AC/6212
Development Date:04/29/04                                    Initiator:Paul Harasha
Initiating College:MC                                        Instructional Design Facilitator:Linda Evans/Naomi Story
Effective First Year Term:20046                              Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:05/24/04-05/27/04                     MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:06/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:x District-wide:       Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                      Primary College:
                                                             Maintenance Date:05/13/04, 05/18/04, 05/20/04
PROPOSED:
Program Title:    Global Citizenship
Total Credits:    15
Overall G.P.A.:   2.0
CIPS Code:        45.1101

(AC/Global Citizenship/6212 continued)

Restricted Electives:              Credits: 8-9

         (Note: Students will choose 8-9 credits from one of the five tracks)

         Track 1 – Impact of Diverse Cultures on American Life Credits: 9

                  ARTS & HUMANITIES
                  EDU/HUM292 The Art of Storytelling                                                  3
                  ENH112     Chicano Literature                                                       3
                  ENH114     African-American Literature                                              3
         +        ENH205     Asian American Literature                                                3
                  ENH259     American Indian Literature                                               3
                  HUM105     Cultural Perspectives (any module)                                       1
                  HUM213     Hispanic Film                                                            3
                  HUM214     African-Americans in Film                                                3
                  HUM260     Intercultural Perspectives                                               3
                  MHL145     American Jazz and Popular Music                                          3
                  MHL147     Music of African-American Cultures                                       3
                  MHL155     Survey of American Music                                                 3

                  HISTORY & CULTURE
                  AIS105      Introduction to American Indian Studies                                 3
                  AIS140      American Indian History                                                 3
                  ASB202      Ethnic Relations in the United States                                   3
                  ASB245      Indians of the Southwest                                                3
         +        CCS101      Chicana and Chicano Studies                                             3
                  COM263      Elements of Intercultural Communication                                 3
                  EDU230      Cultural Diversity in Education                                         3
                  HIS109      Mexican-American History and Culture                                    3
                  HIS203      African American History I                                              3
                  HIS209      The Chicano in Twentieth Century America                                3
         +        IGS292      Studies in Cultural Diversity                                           3
         +        MCO220      Cultural Diversity and the Media                                        3
                  REL225      African American Religions                                              3
                  SOC101      Introduction to Sociology                                               3
                  SOC140      Racial & Ethnic Minorities                                              3
                  SOC141      Sovereign Indian Nations                                                3
                  SOC142      Sociology of the Chicano Community                                      3
                  SOC143      Sociology of African American Problems                                  3
                  WST105      Women of Color in America                                               3

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Proposal Development Type:NAP                             Award Type/Major Code:AC/6212
Development Date:04/29/04                                 Initiator:Paul Harasha
Initiating College:MC                                     Instructional Design Facilitator:Linda Evans/Naomi Story
Effective First Year Term:20046                           Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:05/24/04-05/27/04                  MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:06/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:x District-wide:    Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                   Primary College:
                                                          Maintenance Date:05/13/04, 05/18/04, 05/20/04
PROPOSED:
Program Title:    Global Citizenship
Total Credits:    15
Overall G.P.A.:   2.0
CIPS Code:        45.1101

(AC/Global Citizenship/6212 continued)
(Restricted Electives continued)

        Track 2 - Political and Economic Interdependence of the International Community Credits: 9

                  ECONOMICS
                  ECN160          Economic History of the United States                            3
        +         ECN212          The World Economy                                                3
                  ECN250          World Economic Systems                                           3
                  GCU141          Introduction to Economic Geography                               3
                  IBS101          Introduction to International Business                           3
                  IBS109          Cultural Dimension for International Trade                       3
        +         IBS116          Export/Import Management                                         3
        +         IBS118          International Marketing Management                               3
        +         IBS123          US Customs and Export Management                                 3
        +         IBS140          International Finance Management                                 3
                  SBU200          Society and Business                                             3

                  POLITICS
                  AJS139          Emergency Response to Terrorism                                  3
                  AJS195          International and Domestic Terrorism                             3
                  AJS206          Comparative Study of Criminal Justice                            3
                  POS110          American National Government                                     3
                  POS120          World Politics                                                   3
                  POS125          Issues in World Politics                                         3
                  POS140          Comparative Government                                           3
                  POS180          United Nations Studies                                           3
                  POS210          Political Ideologies                                             3




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Proposal Development Type:NAP                             Award Type/Major Code:AC/6212
Development Date:04/29/04                                 Initiator:Paul Harasha
Initiating College:MC                                     Instructional Design Facilitator:Linda Evans/Naomi Story
Effective First Year Term:20046                           Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:05/24/04-05/27/04                  MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:06/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:x District-wide:    Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                   Primary College:
                                                          Maintenance Date:05/13/04, 05/18/04, 05/20/04
PROPOSED:
Program Title:    Global Citizenship
Total Credits:    15
Overall G.P.A.:   2.0
CIPS Code:        45.1101

(AC/Global Citizenship/6212 continued)
(Restricted Electives continued)

        Track 3 –Global Study of Cultures, Religions, and Values Credits: 9

                  ARTS & HUMANITIES
        +         DAH201     World Dance Perspectives                                              3
                  EDU230     Cultural Diversity in Education                                       3
                  EDU294     Multicultural Folktales                                               3
                  ENH201     World Literature Through the Renaissance                              3
                  ENH202     World Literature After the Renaissance                                3
                  ENH294     Multicultural Folktales                                               3
                  HUM105     Cultural Perspectives (any module)                                    1
                  HUM260     Intercultural Perspectives                                            3
                  MHL143     Music in World Cultures                                               3


                  CULTURE
                  ASB102          Introduction to Cultural and Social Anthropology                 3
                  ASB211          Women in Other Cultures                                          3
                  ASB222          Buried Cities and Lost Tribes: Old World                         3
                  ASB223          Buried Cities and Lost Tribes: New World                         3
                  COM263          Elements of Intercultural Communication                          3
                  GCU102          Introduction to Human Geography                                  3
                  GCU121          World Geography I: Eastern                                       3
                  GCU122          World Geography II: Western                                      3
                  GCU253          Introduction to Cultural and Historical Geography                3
        +         IGS291          Studies in Global Awareness                                      3
                  SOC212          Women and Men In A Changing Society                              3

                  RELIGION
                  ASB214       Magic, Witchcraft, and Healing: An Introduction to
                               Comparative Religion                                                3
                  HIS/PHI/REL243 World Religions                                                   3
                  PHI104       World Philosophy                                                    3




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Proposal Development Type:NAP                             Award Type/Major Code:AC/6212
Development Date:04/29/04                                 Initiator:Paul Harasha
Initiating College:MC                                     Instructional Design Facilitator:Linda Evans/Naomi Story
Effective First Year Term:20046                           Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:05/24/04-05/27/04                  MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:06/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:x District-wide:    Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                   Primary College:
                                                          Maintenance Date:05/13/04, 05/18/04, 05/20/04
PROPOSED:
Program Title:    Global Citizenship
Total Credits:    15
Overall G.P.A.:   2.0
CIPS Code:        45.1101

(AC/Global Citizenship/6212 continued)
(Restricted Electives continued)

        Track 4 - Regional Study of Cultures, Religions, and Values Credits: 9

                  LATIN AMERICA
                  ARH217     History of Mexican Art                                                3
                  GCU223     Geography of Latin America                                            3
                  HIS135     Military History of the Southwest                                     3
                  HIS241     Latin American Civilization in the Colonial Period                    3
                  HIS242     Latin American Civilization in the Post-Colonial Period               3
                  MHL156     Music in Latin America and the Caribbean                              3

                  ASIA
                  ARH118          Introduction to Chinese Art                                      3
                  ARH201          Art of Asia                                                      3
                  HIS272          History of Far East 1900 to Present                              3
                  HIS277          The Modern Middle East                                           3
                  HUM211AB        Foreign Films: Japanese                                          3
                  HUM261          Asian Ideas and Values                                           3
                  IBS154          Pacific Rim Countries: International Business Environment        2
                  PHI245          Introduction to Eastern Philosophy                               3
                  REL202          Classics of Asian Religions                                      3

                  EUROPE
                  HIS251          History of England to 1700                                       3
                  HIS252          History of England 1700 to Present                               3
                  HIS275          Soviet Union and Slavic World                                    3
                  HUM211AC        Foreign Films: French                                            3

        Track 5 – Science, Technology, and the World Credits: 8-9

                  ASM104          Bones, Stones, and Human Evolution                               4
                  BIO105          Environmental Biology                                            4
                  CHM107          Chemistry and Society                                            3
                  GLG110          Geological Disasters and the Environment                         3
                  GPH111          Introduction to Physical Geography                               4
        +         GPH210          Introduction to Environmental Geography                          3
                  PHS120          Introduction to Physical Science: Astronomy,
                                  Meteorology, Geology and Oceanography                            4
                  SOC180          Social Implications of Technology                                3

Free Electives: None

General Studies: None
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Proposal Development Type:NAP                              Award Type/Major Code: AC/6210
Development Date: 4/1/04                                   Initiator: Michele Marion
Initiating College: PV                                     Instructional Design Facilitator: Marilyn Cristiano
Effective First Year Term: 20046                           Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date: 5/24-27/04                         MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date: 6/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific: X District-wide:    Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                    Primary College:
                                                           Maintenance Date: 5/19/04
PROPOSED: AC/6210
Program Title: International Studies: Asia
30 Character Program Title: International Studies: Asia
Total Credits: 41
Overall G.P.A.: 2.00
CIPS Code: 30.20


Description: The Academic Certificate (AC) in International Studies: Asia is designed to provide 1) a foundation in
general education courses relevant to international studies; 2) a specialization in international education for teaching
faculty; 3) a foundation in Asian studies courses for people in government agencies or in local businesses and industries
with international interests in Asia; and 4) a wide offering of Asian studies courses for more meaningful experiences for
international travelers.


Program Prerequisites: Credits: 3
+      ENG101           First Year Composition                                                           3


Academic Core: Credits 15
      Note: Students must complete the following courses

        Humanities and Fine Arts: 6 credits

        Humanities:
        +     HUM250               Ideas and Values in the Humanities—to the Renaissance                3

        History/Philosophy/Religion:
                HIS243          World Religions (3)
                or
                PHI243          World Religions (3)
                or
                REL243          World Religions (3)                                                     3


        Social & Behavioral Sciences: 9 credits

        Anthropology:
               ASB102              Introduction to Cultural and Social Anthropology                     3

        Geography:
               GCU121              World Regional Geography Eastern Hemisphere                          3
               GCU122              World Regional Geography Western Hemisphere                          3




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Proposal Development Type:NAP                               Award Type/Major Code: AC/6210
Development Date: 4/1/04                                    Initiator: Michele Marion
Initiating College: PV                                      Instructional Design Facilitator: Marilyn Cristiano
Effective First Year Term: 20046                            Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date: 5/24-27/04                          MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date: 6/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific: X District-wide:     Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                     Primary College:
                                                            Maintenance Date: 5/19/04
PROPOSED: AC/6210
Program Title: International Studies: Asia
30 Character Program Title: International Studies: Asia
Total Credits: 41
Overall G.P.A.: 2.00
CIPS Code: 30.20

(AC/International Studies: Asia/6210 continued)

Academic Specialization: Credits: 20
      Note: Students must select and complete a total of 20 credits from the following list of courses with no more
      than 6 credits from a single discipline as indicated by prefix. Students may select a maximum of 10
      language credits from either CHI or a maximum of 10 language credits from JPN.

        Anthropology:
               ASB222              Buried Cities and Lost Tribes: Old World (3)

        Art History:
                ARH118             Introduction to Chinese Art (3)
                ARH201             Art of Asia (3)

        Chinese:
                (Note: Students may select a maximum of 10 credits from the following CHI courses listed.
                CHI credits may not be combined with JPN credits.)

                   CHI101          Elementary Chinese (Mandarin) I (5)
                   CHI102          Elementary Chinese (Mandarin) II (5)
                   CHI201          Intermediate Chinese I (5)
                   CHI202          Intermediate Chinese II (5)

        History:
                   HIS113          History of Eastern Civilizations to 1850 (3)
                   HIS114          History of Eastern Civilizations 1850 to Present (3)
                   HIS271          History of the Far East to 1900 (3)
                   HIS272          History of the Far East 1900 to Present (3)
                   HIS273          US Experience in Viet Nam (3)

        Humanities:
              HUM211AA             Foreign Films: Classics (3)
              HUM211AB             Foreign Films: Japanese (3)
              HUM261               Asian Ideas and Values (3)

        Japanese:
               (Note: Students may select a maximum of 10 credits from the following JPN courses.
               JPN credits may not be combined with CHI credits.)

                   JPN101          Elementary Japanese I (5)
                   JPN102          Elementary Japanese II (5)
                   JPN201          Intermediate Japanese I (5)
                   JPN202          Intermediate Japanese II (5)

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Proposal Development Type:NAP                                Award Type/Major Code: AC/6210
Development Date: 4/1/04                                     Initiator: Michele Marion
Initiating College: PV                                       Instructional Design Facilitator: Marilyn Cristiano
Effective First Year Term: 20046                             Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date: 5/24-27/04                           MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date: 6/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific: X District-wide:      Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                      Primary College:
                                                             Maintenance Date: 5/19/04
PROPOSED: AC/6210
Program Title: International Studies: Asia
30 Character Program Title: International Studies: Asia
Total Credits: 41
Overall G.P.A.: 2.00
CIPS Code: 30.20

(AC/International Studies: Asia/6210 continued)
(Academic Specialization continued)

        Philosophy:
                PHI245             Introduction to Eastern Philosophy (3)

        Religion:
                REL202             Classics of Asian Religions (3)


Restricted Electives: 6 credits
        Note: Students must select and complete 6 credits from any of the following prefixes or, with prior approval
        from the program director or designee, 6 credits may be substituted from the Academic Specialization area.

        Anthropology
               ASB211              Women in Other Cultures (3)
               ASB214              Magic, Witchcraft, and Healing: An Introduction to Comparative Religion (3)
               ASB276              Nature of Language (3)
               ASM104              Introduction to Biological Anthropology (4)

        Art History:
                ARH101             Pre-historic through Gothic Art (3)
                ARH102             Renaissance through Contemporary Art (3)

        Communication:
             COM263                Intercultural Communication (3)

        Economics:
              ECN212               The World Economy (3)
              ECN250               World Economic Systems (3)

        English Humanities:
                ENH201             World Literature through the Renaissance (3)
                ENH202             World Literature after the Renaissance (3)

        Geography:
               GCU102              Introduction to Human Geography (3)
               GPH111              Introduction to Physical Geography (4)

        History:
                   HIS110          World History to 1500 (3)
                   HIS111          World History 1500 to the Present (3)
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                             MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:NAP                             Award Type/Major Code: AC/6210
Development Date: 4/1/04                                  Initiator: Michele Marion
Initiating College: PV                                    Instructional Design Facilitator: Marilyn Cristiano
Effective First Year Term: 20046                          Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date: 5/24-27/04                        MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date: 6/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific: X District-wide:   Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                   Primary College:
                                                          Maintenance Date: 5/19/04
PROPOSED: AC/6210
Program Title: International Studies: Asia
30 Character Program Title: International Studies: Asia
Total Credits: 41
Overall G.P.A.: 2.00
CIPS Code: 30.20

(AC/International Studies: Asia/6210 continued)
(Restricted Electives continued)

        Humanities:
              HUM205               Introduction to Cinema (3)
              HUM211AD             Foreign Films: Third World (3)
              HUM251               Ideas and Values in the Humanities—Renaissance to the Modern Era (3)

        Music Humanities & Literature:
               MHL143          Music in World Cultures (3)

        Philosophy:
                PHI104             World Philosophy (3)

        Political Science:
                 POS120            World Politics (3)
                 POS125            Issues in World Politics (3)
                 POS140            Comparative Government (3)
                 POS180            United Nations Studies (3)

        Psychology:
                PSY132             Psychology and Culture (3)

        Sociology:
                SOC101             Introduction to Sociology (3)
                SOC250             Comparative Human Institutions (3)



Free Electives: None.


General Education: None.




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                    NEW ACADEMIC PROGRAMS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES
                             MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:NAP                              Award Type/Major Code: AC/6211
Development Date: 4/1/04                                   Initiator: Michele Marion
Initiating College: PV                                     Instructional Design Facilitator: Marilyn Cristiano
Effective First Year Term: 20046                           Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date: 5/24-27/04                         MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date: 6/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific: X District-wide:    Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                    Primary College:
                                                           Maintenance Date: 5/19/04
PROPOSED: AC/6211
Program Title: International Studies: Latin America
30 Character Program Title: Int'l Studies: Latin America
Total Credits: 41
Overall G.P.A.: 2.00
CIPS Code: 30.20


Description: The Academic Certificate (AC) in International Studies: Latin America is designed to provide 1) a
foundation in general education courses relevant to international studies; 2) a specialization in international
education for teaching faculty; 3) a foundation in Latin American studies courses for people in government agencies
or in local businesses and industries with international interests in Latin America; and 4) a wide offering of Latin
American studies courses for more meaningful experiences for international travelers.


Program Prerequisites: Credits: 3
+      ENG101           First Year Composition                                                           3


Academic Core: Credits 15
      Note: Students must complete the following courses

        Humanities and Fine Arts: 6 credits

        Humanities:
        +     HUM250              Ideas and Values in the Humanities—to the Renaissance                 3

        History/Philosophy/Religion:
                HIS243          World Religions (3) OR
                PHI243          World Religions (3) OR
                REL243          World Religions (3)                                                     3

        Social & Behavioral Sciences: 9 credits

        Anthropology:
               ASB102             Introduction to Cultural and Social Anthropology                      3

        Geography:
               GCU121             World Regional Geography Eastern Hemisphere                           3
               GCU122             World Regional Geography Western Hemisphere                           3




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                    NEW ACADEMIC PROGRAMS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES
                             MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:NAP                               Award Type/Major Code: AC/6211
Development Date: 4/1/04                                    Initiator: Michele Marion
Initiating College: PV                                      Instructional Design Facilitator: Marilyn Cristiano
Effective First Year Term: 20046                            Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date: 5/24-27/04                          MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date: 6/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific: X District-wide:     Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                     Primary College:
                                                            Maintenance Date: 5/19/04
PROPOSED: AC/6211
Program Title: International Studies: Latin America
30 Character Program Title: Int'l Studies: Latin America
Total Credits: 41
Overall G.P.A.: 2.00
CIPS Code: 30.20

(AC/International Studies: Latin America/6211 continued)


Academic Specialization:        Credits: 20
      Note: Students must select and complete a total of 20 credits from the following list of courses with no more
      than 6 credits from a single discipline as indicated by prefix. Students may select a maximum of 10
      language credits from either POR or a maximum of 10 language credits from SPA.

        Anthropology:
               ASB223             Buried Cities and Lost Tribes: New World (3)

        Art History:
                ARH 216           Pre-Columbian Art (3)
                ARH 217           Mexican Art History (3)

        History:
                   HIS145         History of Mexico (3)
                   HIS241         Latin American Civilization in Colonial Period (3)
                   HIS242         Latin American Civilization in Post-Colonial Period (3)

        Humanities:
              HUM211AA            Foreign Films: Classics (3)
              HUM213              Hispanic Film (3)
              HUM281              Hispanic Ideas and Values (3)

        Portuguese:
               (Note: Students may select a maximum of 10 credits from the following POR courses listed.
               POR credits cannot be combined with SPA credits.)

                   POR101         Elementary Portuguese I (5)
                   POR102         Elementary Portuguese II (5)
                   POR201         Intermediate Portuguese I (5)
                   POR202         Intermediate Portuguese II (5)

        Sociology:
                 SOC243           Sociology of Contemporary Mexican Society (3)




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                    NEW ACADEMIC PROGRAMS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES
                             MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:NAP                              Award Type/Major Code: AC/6211
Development Date: 4/1/04                                   Initiator: Michele Marion
Initiating College: PV                                     Instructional Design Facilitator: Marilyn Cristiano
Effective First Year Term: 20046                           Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date: 5/24-27/04                         MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date: 6/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific: X District-wide:    Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                    Primary College:
                                                           Maintenance Date: 5/19/04
PROPOSED: AC/6211
Program Title: International Studies: Latin America
30 Character Program Title: Int'l Studies: Latin America
Total Credits: 41
Overall G.P.A.: 2.00
CIPS Code: 30.20

(AC/International Studies: Latin America/6211 continued)
(Academic Specialization continued)

        Spanish:
                (Note: Students may select a maximum of 10 credits from the following SPA courses listed.
                SPA credits cannot be combined with POR credits.)

                 SPA101           Elementary Spanish I (4)
                 SPA102           Elementary Spanish II (4)
                 SPA201           Intermediate Spanish I (4)
                 SPA202           Intermediate Spanish II (4)

        Spanish Humanities:
                SPH150            Peninsular Spanish Literature in Translation (3)
                SPH151            Latin American Literature in Translation (3)
                SPH152            Literature of Mexico (3)


Restricted Electives: 6 credits
        Note: Students must select and complete 6 credits from any of the following prefixes or, with prior approval
        from the program director or designee, 6 credits may be substituted from the Academic Specialization area.

        Anthropology:
               ASB211             Women in Other Cultures (3)
               ASB214             Magic, Witchcraft, and Healing: An Intro. to Comparative Religion (3)
               ASB276             Nature of Language (3)
               ASM104             Introduction to Biological Anthropology (4)

        Art History:
                ARH101            Prehistoric through Gothic Art (3)
                ARH102            Renaissance through Contemporary Art (3)

        Communication:
             COM263               Intercultural Communication (3)

        Economics:
              ECN212              The World Economy (3)
              ECN250              World Economic Systems (3)

        English Humanities:
                ENH201            World Literature through the Renaissance (3)
                ENH202            World Literature after the Renaissance (3)
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                     NEW ACADEMIC PROGRAMS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES
                              MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:NAP                               Award Type/Major Code: AC/6211
Development Date: 4/1/04                                    Initiator: Michele Marion
Initiating College: PV                                      Instructional Design Facilitator: Marilyn Cristiano
Effective First Year Term: 20046                            Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date: 5/24-27/04                          MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date: 6/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific: X District-wide:     Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                     Primary College:
                                                            Maintenance Date: 5/19/04
PROPOSED: AC/6211
Program Title: International Studies: Latin America
30 Character Program Title: Int'l Studies: Latin America
Total Credits: 41
Overall G.P.A.: 2.00
CIPS Code: 30.20

(AC/International Studies: Latin America/6211 continued)
(Restricted Electives continued)

        Geography:
               GCU102              Introduction to Human Geography (3)
               GPH111              Introduction to Physical Geography (4)

        History:
                   HIS110 World History to 1500 (3)
                   HIS111 World History 1500 to the Present (3)

        Humanities:
              HUM205               Introduction to Cinema (3)
              HUM251               Ideas and Values in the Humanities—Renaissance to the Modern era (3)

        Music Humanities & Literature:
               MHL143          Music in World Cultures (3)

        Philosophy:
                PHI104             World Philosophy (3)

        Political Science:
                 POS120            World Politics (3)
                 POS125            Issues in World Politics (3)
                 POS140            Comparative Government (3)
                 POS180            United Nations Studies (3)

        Psychology:
                PSY132             Psychology and Culture (3)

        Religion:
                REL201             Classics of Western Religions (3)

        Sociology:
                SOC101             Introduction to Sociology (3)
                SOC250             Comparative Human Institutions (3)


Free Electives: None.


General Education: None.
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                   NEW OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAMS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES
                             MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:NOP                                Award Type/Major Code:AAS/3027
Development Date:3/30/04                                     Initiator:Stephanie Dillard
Initiating College:GW                                        Instructional Design Facilitator:Diane Dietz
Effective First Year Term:20046                              Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:5/24/04-5/27/04                       MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:6/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:X District-wide:       Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                      Primary College:
                                                             Maintenance Date:

PROPOSED:
Program Title:     AAS/Realtime Reporting-CART/3027
Total Credits:     84
Overall G.P.A.:    2.0
CIPS Code:         52.0405


Description: Communication Access Realtime Translation (CART) providers use realtime machine shorthand and
computer technology to provide instantaneous conversion of speech into written text for the deaf and hard-of-
hearing. CART providers also work with people who are learning English as a second language and high school and
college students who are hearing impaired. CART providers may accompany deaf and hard-of-hearing clients to
conventions, business meetings, doctor appointments, workshops, and wherever communication access is needed.
Employment opportunities in this field are abundant nationwide.

The program is approved by the National Court Reporters Association (NCRA). GateWay Community College is
the only community college in Arizona to offer this specialized training. GateWay offers excellent instruction in
realtime machine shorthand and has a state-of-the-art technological facility.



Program Outline:

Program Notes:
                   (Note: Students must earn a grade of "C" or better in all courses within the program.)
                   (Note: + indicates course has prerequisites and/or corequisites.)
                   (Note: Students shall write a five-minute, 180 wpm literary test with 1.4 syllabic density at 97
                         percent accuracy. This is a requirement of RTR206AA.)
                   (Note: Students shall prepare a captioned translation of one hour of captioning services for course
                         evaluation taken from the internship experience.)
                   (Note: Students shall complete at least 40 verified hours of actual writing time during internship.
                         This is a requirement of RTR241.)


Admission Criteria: None.


Program Prerequisites:

                   High school graduation transcript.
                   Keyboarding at 45 words per minute.
                   English 101 eligibility.




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                  NEW OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAMS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES
                            MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:NOP                            Award Type/Major Code:AAS/3027
Development Date:3/30/04                                 Initiator:Stephanie Dillard
Initiating College:GW                                    Instructional Design Facilitator:Diane Dietz
Effective First Year Term:20046                          Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:5/24/04-5/27/04                   MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:6/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:X District-wide:   Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                  Primary College:
                                                         Maintenance Date:

PROPOSED:
Program Title:    AAS/Realtime Reporting-CART/3027
Total Credits:    84
Overall G.P.A.:   2.0
CIPS Code:        52.0405

(AAS/Realtime Reporting-CART/3027 continued)


Required Courses: Credits: 60

                  CIS105         Survey of Computer Information Systems                         3
                  OAS108         Business English                                               3
                  OAS181         Medical Office: Vocabulary                                     3
        +         RTR101         Realtime Machine Shorthand I                                   6
        +         RTR102         Realtime Machine Shorthand II                                  6
        +         RTR197         Realtime Reporting Lab                                         0
        +         RTR201AA       Realtime Reporting I: Literary                                 2
        +         RTR201AC       Realtime Reporting I: Question/Answer                          2
        +         RTR202AA       Realtime Reporting II: Literary                                2
        +         RTR202AC       Realtime Reporting II: Question/Answer                         2
        +         RTR203AA       Realtime Reporting III: Literary                               2
        +         RTR203AC       Realtime Reporting III: Question/Answer                        2
        +         RTR204AA       Realtime Reporting IV: Literary                                2
        +         RTR205AA       Realtime Reporting V: Literary                                 2
        +         RTR206AA       Realtime Reporting VI: Literary                                2
        +         RTR207         Technical CART/Captioning Dictation I                          4
        +         RTR217         Technical CART/Captioning Dictation II                         4
        +         RTR221         Realtime CART Internship                                       1
        +         RTR225         Realtime CART Technology                                       4
                  SLG101         American Sign Language I                                       4
        +         SLG102         American Sign Language II                                      4


Restricted Elective: None.


Free Electives: None.




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                  NEW OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAMS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES
                            MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:NOP                             Award Type/Major Code:AAS/3027
Development Date:3/30/04                                  Initiator:Stephanie Dillard
Initiating College:GW                                     Instructional Design Facilitator:Diane Dietz
Effective First Year Term:20046                           Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:5/24/04-5/27/04                    MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:6/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:X District-wide:    Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                   Primary College:
                                                          Maintenance Date:

PROPOSED:
Program Title:    AAS/Realtime Reporting-CART/3027
Total Credits:    84
Overall G.P.A.:   2.0
CIPS Code:        52.0405

(AAS/Realtime Reporting-CART/3027 continued)


General Education:           Credits: 24

        CORE                 Credits: 15

        First-Year Composition
        +        ENG101          First-Year Composition (3) AND
        +        ENG102          First-Year Composition (3) OR
        +        ENG111          Technical Writing (3)                                               6

        Oral Communication
                COM100           Introduction to Human Communication (3) OR
                COM110           Interpersonal Communication (3)                                     3

        Critical Reading
        +         CRE101          Critical and Evaluative Reading I (3) OR
        +         CRE111          Critical Reading for Business and Industry (3) OR
                  Equivalent by Assessment                                                           3

        Mathematics
        +      MAT102          Mathematical Concepts/Applications (3) OR
               Equivalent by Assessment OR
               Satisfactory completion of a higher mathematics course                               3


        DISTRIBUTION             Credits: 9

        Humanities and Fine Arts
               Any approved general studies course from the Humanities and Fine Arts area            2

        Social and Behavioral Sciences
                 PSY101           Introduction to Psychology                                         3

        Natural Sciences
        +        BIO160          Introduction to Human Anatomy and Physiology                        4




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              OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM DELETION: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES
                           MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04


Proposal Development Type: OPD                                        Award Type/Major Code: CCL/5845
Development Date: 02/10/03                                            Initiator: Kathy Saucedo & Deidre Grafel
Initiating College: CG                                                Instructional Design Facilitator: S. Flury
Effective Last Year/Term: 20032                                                                                  06/22/04
DCC Online Agenda Date: 03/24/03-03/27/03                             MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date: 05/27/03
Program Availability=College Specific:    District-wide:              Shared: X
Participating Colleges: CG, EM, GC, GW, PC, PV, RS, SC                Primary College: CG
                                                                      Maintenance Date: 6/01/04 yd
Program Title: Microsoft Networking Technology

Instructional Dean Approval for Processing: William Guerriero, Dean of Instruction
Comments: Approved for processing to MCCCD Curriculum Office.

Instructional Council Receiving Proposal/(IC degree audit code): Computer Information Systems (12)
Note: Occupational Program Deletions are sent to Instructional Council as Informational Items.


Advisory Committee Minutes submitted. Adequately Support Proposal. Minutes on file at college and available upon request.




Rationale: Each of the three Microsoft certificates are indicative of a level of employment. The requirements for MCSE
Windows 2003 certification have become so rigorous that the Certificate of Completion in Microsoft Systems Engineer is
now comparable to the level of employment of this certificate.

The program deletion submitted by Chandler-Gilbert Community College applies to all participating colleges listed above. In effect,
the program for each institution will no longer be available for offering.




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              OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM DELETION: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES
                           MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04


Proposal Development Type:OPD                                         Award Type/Major Code:CCL/5425
Development Date:4/1/03                                               Initiator:Clyde Perry
Initiating College:GW                                                 Instructional Design Facilitator:Diane Dietz
Effective Last Year/Term: 20046                                                                         12/2005 6/22/04
DCC Online Agenda Date:5/27/03-6/2/03                                 MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date: :6/17/03
Program Availability=College Specific:X       District-wide:          Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                               Primary College:
                                                                      Maintenance Date: 6/10/03 say; 6/01/04 yd
Program Title:Industrial Refrigeration

Instructional Dean Approval for Processing:Jolyne Ghanatabadi

Comments:Approved for processing to MCCCD Curriculum Office

Instructional Council Receiving Proposal/(IC degree audit code):Applied Technology (57)
Note: Occupational Program Deletions are sent to Instructional Council as Informational Items.


Advisory Committee Minutes submitted. Adequately Support Proposal. Minutes on file at college and available upon request.




Rationale:Program no longer offered.




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              OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM DELETION: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES
                           MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04


Proposal Development Type:OPD                                         Award Type/Major Code:AAS/3449
Development Date:4/1/03                                               Initiator:Clyde Perry
Initiating College:GW                                                 Instructional Design Facilitator:Diane Dietz
Effective Last Year/Term:20046                                                                          12/2005 6/22/04
DCC Online Agenda Date:5/27/03-6/2/03                                 MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:6/17/03
Program Availability=College Specific:X       District-wide:          Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                               Primary College:
                                                                      Maintenance Date:6/10/03 say; 6/01/04 yd
Program Title:Industrial Refrigeration

Instructional Dean Approval for Processing:Jolyne Ghanatabadi

Comments:Approved for processing to MCCCD Curriculum Office

Instructional Council Receiving Proposal/(IC degree audit code):Applied Technology (57)
Note: Occupational Program Deletions are sent to Instructional Council as Informational Items.


Advisory Committee Minutes submitted. Adequately Support Proposal. Minutes on file at college and available upon request.




Rationale:Program no longer offered.




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                                   ATTACHMENT: OPD
              OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM DELETION: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES
                           MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04


Proposal Development Type:OPD                                    Award Type/Major Code:CCL/5662
Development Date:4/1/03                                          Initiator:Clyde Perry
Initiating College:GW                                            Instructional Design Facilitator:Diane Dietz
Effective Last Year/Term: 20046                                                                    12/2005 6/22/04
DCC Online Agenda Date:5/27/03-6/2/03                            MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date: :6/17/03
Program Availability=College Specific:X   District-wide:         Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                          Primary College:
                                                                 Maintenance Date: 6/10/03 say
Program Title:Residential and Light Commercial Air Conditioning and Refrigeration

Instructional Dean Approval for Processing:Jolyne Ghanatabadi

Comments:Approved for processing to MCCCD Curriculum Office

Instructional Council Receiving Proposal/(IC degree audit code):Applied Technology (57)
Note: Occupational Program Deletions are sent to Instructional Council as Informational Items.


Advisory Committee Minutes submitted. Adequately Support Proposal. Minutes on file at college and available upon request.




Rationale:Program no longer offered.




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                                   ATTACHMENT: OPD
              OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM DELETION: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES
                           MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04


Proposal Development Type:OPD                                    Award Type/Major Code:AAS/3460
Development Date:4/1/03                                          Initiator:Clyde Perry
Initiating College:GW                                            Instructional Design Facilitator:Diane Dietz
Effective Last Year/Term: 20046                                                                   12/2005 6/22/04
DCC Online Agenda Date:5/27/03-6/2/03                            MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date: :6/17/03
Program Availability=College Specific:X   District-wide:         Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                          Primary College:
                                                                 Maintenance Date: 6/10/03 say; 6/01/04 yd
Program Title:Residential and Light Commercial Air Conditioning and Refrigeration

Instructional Dean Approval for Processing:Jolyne Ghanatabadi

Comments:Approved for processing to MCCCD Curriculum Office

Instructional Council Receiving Proposal/(IC degree audit code):Applied Technology (57)
Note: Occupational Program Deletions are sent to Instructional Council as Informational Items.


Advisory Committee Minutes submitted. Adequately Support Proposal. Minutes on file at college and available upon request.




Rationale:Program no longer offered.




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              OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM DELETION: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES
                           MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04


Proposal Development Type:OPD                        Award Type/Major Code:AAS/3610
Development Date:1/7/03                              Initiator:Jack Hinze
Initiating College:MC                                Instructional Design Facilitator:Linda Evans
Effective Last Year/Term:20035                                                                 06/22/04
DCC Online Agenda Date: 02/24-02/27/03               MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date: 03/25/03
Program Availability=College Specific:x       District-wide:           Shared:
Participating Colleges:                              Primary College:
                                                     Maintenance Date:3/18/03:wbf

Program Title:Applied Technology-Manufacturing Automation

Instructional Dean Approval for Processing:Gail Mee, MC
Comments:

Instructional Council Receiving Proposal/(IC degree audit code):Applied Technology (57)
Note: Occupational Program Deletions are sent to Instructional Council as Informational Items.


Advisory Committee Minutes submitted. Adequately Support Proposal. Minutes on file at college and available upon request.




Rationale:

Advisory council’s recommendation to delete program and combine area of study into program with track options.




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              OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM DELETION: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES
                           MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04


Proposal Development Type:OPD                        Award Type/Major Code:AAS/3614
Development Date:1/7/03                              Initiator:Jack Hinze
Initiating College:MC                                Instructional Design Facilitator:Linda Evans
Effective Last Year/Term:20035                       MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date: 03/25/03
DCC Online Agenda Date: 02/24-02/27/03                                                       06/22/2004
Program Availability=College Specific:x       District-wide:           Shared:
Participating Colleges:                              Primary College
                                                     Maintenance Date:3/18/03:wbf

Program Title: Applied Technology Manufacturing Machining

Instructional Dean Approval for Processing:Gail Mee, MC
Comments:

Instructional Council Receiving Proposal/(IC degree audit code):Applied Technology (57)
Note: Occupational Program Deletions are sent to Instructional Council as Informational Items.


Advisory Committee Minutes submitted. Adequately Support Proposal. Minutes on file at college and available upon request.




Rationale:

Advisory council’s recommendation to delete program and combine area of study into program with track options.




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                                   ATTACHMENT: OPD
              OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM DELETION: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES
                           MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04


Proposal Development Type:OPD                        Award Type/Major Code:AAS/3625
Development Date:1/7/03                              Initiator:Jack Hinze
Initiating College:MC                                Instructional Design Facilitator:Linda Evans
Effective Last Year/Term:20035                       MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date: 03/25/03
DCC Online Agenda Date: 02/24-02/27/03                                                      06/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:x       District-wide:           Shared:
Participating Colleges:                              Primary College:
                                                     Maintenance Date:3/18/03:wbf

Program Title: Applied Technology Manufacturing Management

Instructional Dean Approval for Processing:Gail Mee, MC
Comments:

Instructional Council Receiving Proposal/(IC degree audit code):Applied Technology (57)
Note: Occupational Program Deletions are sent to Instructional Council as Informational Items.


Advisory Committee Minutes submitted. Adequately Support Proposal. Minutes on file at college and available upon request.




Rationale:

Advisory council’s recommendation to delete program and combine area of study into program with track options.




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              OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM DELETION: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES
                           MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPD                        Award Type/Major Code:AAS/3534
Development Date:1/7/03                              Initiator:Jack Hinze
Initiating College: MC                               Instructional Design Facilitator:Linda Evans
Effective Last Year/Term: 20035                      MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date: 03/25/03
DCC Online Agenda Date: 02/24-02/27/03                                                       06/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific: x      District-wide:           Shared:
Participating Colleges:                              Primary College:
                                                     Maintenance Date: 3/18/03:wbf

Program Title: Applied Technology Manufacturing Quality Assurance

Instructional Dean Approval for Processing: Gail Mee, MC
Comments:

Instructional Council Receiving Proposal/(IC degree audit code): Applied Technology (57)
Note: Occupational Program Deletions are sent to Instructional Council as Informational Items.


Advisory Committee Minutes submitted. Adequately Support Proposal. Minutes on file at college and available upon request.




Rationale:

Advisory council’s recommendation to delete program and combine area of study into program with track options.




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              OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM DELETION: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES
                           MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04


Proposal Development Type:OPD                        Award Type/Major Code:AAS/3618
Development Date:1/7/03                              Initiator:Jack Hinze
Initiating College:MC                                Instructional Design Facilitator:Linda Evans
Effective Last Year/Term:20035                       MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date: 03/25/03
DCC Online Agenda Date: 02/24-02/27/03                                                      06/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:x       District-wide:       Shared:
Participating Colleges:                              Primary College:
                                                     Maintenance Date:3/18/03:wbf

Program Title: Applied Technology Manufacturing Semiconductor Processes

Instructional Dean Approval for Processing:Gail Mee, MC
Comments:

Instructional Council Receiving Proposal/(IC degree audit code):Applied Technology (57)
Note: Occupational Program Deletions are sent to Instructional Council as Informational Items.


Advisory Committee Minutes submitted. Adequately Support Proposal. Minutes on file at college and available upon request.




Rationale:

Advisory council’s recommendation to delete program and combine area of study into program with track options.




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              OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM DELETION: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES
                           MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04


Proposal Development Type:OPD                                         Award Type/Major Code:CCL/5544
Development Date:02/09/04                                             Initiator:Joseph Neglia
Initiating College:MC                                                 Instructional Design Facilitator:
Effective Last Year/Term:20045                                                                               06/22/04
DCC Online Agenda Date:03/29/04-04/01/04                              MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date: 06/20055
Program Availability=College Specific:x  District-wide:               Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                               Primary College:
                                                                      Maintenance Date:3/26/2004 say; 06/02/04 yd
Program Title:Electromechanical Automation Technology II

Instructional Dean Approval for Processing:Gail Mee, MC
Comments:

Instructional Council Receiving Proposal/(IC degree audit code):Applied Technology (57)
Note: Occupational Program Deletions are sent to Instructional Council as Informational Items.


Advisory Committee Minutes submitted. Adequately Support Proposal. Minutes on file at college and available upon request.




Rationale: Simplifying our programs to support self-advisement. One way we are doing this is by reducing the number of
CCLs we are offering. The contents of this certificate are being integrated with CCL 5546 and this CCL is being deleted.




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              OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM DELETION: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES
                           MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04


Proposal Development Type:OPD                     Award Type/Major Code:CCL/5562
Development Date:1/7/03                           Initiator:Jack Hinze
Initiating College:MC                             Instructional Design Facilitator:Linda Evans
Effective Last Year/Term:20035                    MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date: 03/25/03
DCC Online Agenda Date: 02/24-02/27/03                                                      06/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:x    District-wide:         Shared:
Participating Colleges:                           Primary College:
                                                  Maintenance Date:3/18/03:wbf
Program Title:Electromechanical Process Technology

Instructional Dean Approval for Processing:Gail Mee, MC
Comments:

Instructional Council Receiving Proposal/(IC degree audit code):Applied Technology (57)
Note: Occupational Program Deletions are sent to Instructional Council as Informational Items.


Advisory Committee Minutes submitted. Adequately Support Proposal. Minutes on file at college and available upon request.




Rationale:

Advisory council’s recommendation to delete program and combine area of study into program with track options.




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              OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM DELETION: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES
                           MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04


Proposal Development Type:OPD                     Award Type/Major Code:AAS/3561
Development Date:1/7/03                           Initiator:Jack Hinze
Initiating College:MC                             Instructional Design Facilitator:Linda Evans
Effective Last Year/Term:20035                    MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date: 03/25/03
DCC Online Agenda Date: 02/24-02/27/03                                                      06/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:x    District-wide:         Shared:
Participating Colleges:                           Primary College:
                                                  Maintenance Date:3/18/03:wbf
Program Title:Electromechanical Process Technology

Instructional Dean Approval for Processing:Gail Mee, MC
Comments:

Instructional Council Receiving Proposal/(IC degree audit code):Applied Technology (57)
Note: Occupational Program Deletions are sent to Instructional Council as Informational Items.


Advisory Committee Minutes submitted. Adequately Support Proposal. Minutes on file at college and available upon request.




Rationale:

Advisory council’s recommendation to delete program and combine area of study into program with track options.




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              OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM DELETION: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES
                           MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04


Proposal Development Type:OPD                                         Award Type/Major Code:CCL/5589
Development Date:02/09/04                                             Initiator:Joseph Neglia
Initiating College:MC                                                 Instructional Design Facilitator:
Effective Last Year/Term:20045                                                                                06/22/04
DCC Online Agenda Date:03/29/04-04/01/04                              MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date: 06/2005
Program Availability=College Specific:x  District-wide:               Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                               Primary College:
                                                                      Maintenance Date: 3/26/2004 say; 06/02/04 yd
Program Title:Electronic Industries Technology I

Instructional Dean Approval for Processing:Gail Mee, MC
Comments:

Instructional Council Receiving Proposal/(IC degree audit code):Applied Technology (57)
Note: Occupational Program Deletions are sent to Instructional Council as Informational Items.


Advisory Committee Minutes submitted. Adequately Support Proposal. Minutes on file at college and available upon request.




Rationale: Simplifying our programs to support student self-advisement. One way we are doing this is by reducing the number of
CCLs we are offering. This certificate is matched with a transfer degree (AAS EET). Since transfer students do not need
certificates to obtain salary advancement (because they are generally not employed full-time) this CCL is unnecessary.




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              OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM DELETION: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES
                           MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04


Proposal Development Type:OPD                                         Award Type/Major Code:CCL/5220
Development Date:02/09/04                                             Initiator:Joseph Neglia
Initiating College:MC                                                 Instructional Design Facilitator:
Effective Last Year/Term:20045                                                                                06/02/04
DCC Online Agenda Date:03/29/04-04/01/04                              MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date: 06/2005
Program Availability=College Specific:x  District-wide:               Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                               Primary College:
                                                                      Maintenance Date: 3/26/2004 say; 06/02/04 yd
Program Title:Electronic Technology II

Instructional Dean Approval for Processing:Gail Mee, MC
Comments:

Instructional Council Receiving Proposal/(IC degree audit code):Applied Technology (57)
Note: Occupational Program Deletions are sent to Instructional Council as Informational Items.


Advisory Committee Minutes submitted. Adequately Support Proposal. Minutes on file at college and available upon request.




Rationale: Simplifying our programs to support student self-advisement. One way we are doing this is by reducing the number of
CCLs we offer. The contents of this certificate are being integrated with CCL5591 and this CCL is being deleted.




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                                   ATTACHMENT: OPD
              OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM DELETION: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES
                           MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04


Proposal Development Type:OPD                        Award Type/Major Code:CCL/5610
Development Date:1/7/03                              Initiator:Jack Hinze
Initiating College:MC                                Instructional Design Facilitator:Linda Evans
Effective Last Year/Term:20035                       MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date: 03/25/03
DCC Online Agenda Date: 02/24-02/27/03                                                      06/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:x       District-wide:       Shared:
Participating Colleges:                              Primary College:
                                                     Maintenance Date:3/18/03:wbf
Program Title:Manufacturing Automation

Instructional Dean Approval for Processing:Gail Mee, MC
Comments:

Instructional Council Receiving Proposal/(IC degree audit code):Applied Technology (57)
Note: Occupational Program Deletions are sent to Instructional Council as Informational Items.


Advisory Committee Minutes submitted. Adequately Support Proposal. Minutes on file at college and available upon request.




Rationale:

Advisory council’s recommendation to delete program and combine area of study into program with track options.




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                                   ATTACHMENT: OPD
              OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM DELETION: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES
                           MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04


Proposal Development Type: OPD                   Award Type/Major Code:CCL/5618
Development Date:1/7/03                          Initiator: Jack Hinze
Initiating College: MC                           Instructional Design Facilitator: Linda Evans
Effective Last Year/Term:20035                   MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date: 03/25/03
DCC Online Agenda Date: 02/24-02/27/03                                                     06/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific: X  District-wide:       Shared:
Participating Colleges:                          Primary College:
                                                 Maintenance Date: 3/18/03:wbf
Program Title: Manufacturing Quality Assurance

Instructional Dean Approval for Processing: Gail Mee, MC
Comments:

Instructional Council Receiving Proposal/(IC degree audit code): Applied Technology (57)
Note: Occupational Program Deletions are sent to Instructional Council as Informational Items.


Advisory Committee Minutes submitted. Adequately Support Proposal. Minutes on file at college and available upon request.




Rationale:

Advisory council’s recommendation to delete program and combine area of study into program with track options.




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              OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM DELETION: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES
                           MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04


Proposal Development Type:OPD                   Award Type/Major Code:CCL/5617
Development Date:1/7/03                         Initiator:Jack Hinze
Initiating College:MC                           Instructional Design Facilitator:Linda Evans
Effective Last Year/Term:20035                  MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date: 03/25/03
DCC Online Agenda Date: 02/24-02/27/03                                                  06/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:x  District-wide:       Shared:
Participating Colleges:                         Primary College:
                                                Maintenance Date:3/18/03:wbf
Program Title:Manufacturing Semiconductor Processes

Instructional Dean Approval for Processing:Gail Mee, MC
Comments:

Instructional Council Receiving Proposal/(IC degree audit code):Applied Technology (57)
Note: Occupational Program Deletions are sent to Instructional Council as Informational Items.


Advisory Committee Minutes submitted. Adequately Support Proposal. Minutes on file at college and available upon request.




Rationale:

Advisory council’s recommendation to delete program and combine area of study into program with track options.




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                                   ATTACHMENT: OPD
              OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM DELETION: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES
                           MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04


Proposal Development Type:OPD                        Award Type/Major Code:CCL/5377
Development Date:12/5/02                             Initiator:Bill Crawford
Initiating College:MC                                Instructional Design Facilitator:Linda Evans
Effective Last Year/Term:20035                       MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date: 03/25/03
DCC Online Agenda Date: 02/24-02/27/03                                                      06/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:x       District-wide:          Shared:
Participating Colleges:                              Primary College:
                                                     Maintenance Date:3/18/03:wbf
Program Title:Peace Officer Certification I: Limited Reserve Officer

Instructional Dean Approval for Processing:Gail Mee, MC
Comments:

Instructional Council Receiving Proposal/(IC degree audit code):Administration of Justice Studies (01)
Note: Occupational Program Deletions are sent to Instructional Council as Informational Items.


Advisory Committee Minutes submitted. Adequately Support Proposal. Minutes on file at college and available upon request.




Rationale:

Program was replaced with newer technology and terminology.




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                                   ATTACHMENT: OPD
              OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM DELETION: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES
                           MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04


Proposal Development Type:OPD                                           Award Type/Major Code:CCL/5564
Development Date:03/08/04                                               Initiator:Joseph Neglia
Initiating College:MC                                                   Instructional Design Facilitator:Linda Evans/Naomi Story
Effective Last Year/Term:20045                                                                                    06/22/04
DCC Online Agenda Date:04/26/04-04/29/04                                MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date: 06/2005
Program Availability=College Specific:x  District-wide:                 Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                                 Primary College:
                                                                        Maintenance Date: 4/29/2004 say; 06/02/04 yd
Program Title:Process Technology Level I

Instructional Dean Approval for Processing:Gail Mee, MC
Comments:

Instructional Council Receiving Proposal/(IC degree audit code):Applied Technology (57)
Note: Occupational Program Deletions are sent to Instructional Council as Informational Items.


Advisory Committee Minutes submitted. Adequately Support Proposal. Minutes on file at college and available upon request.




Rationale: Degree program associated with this certificate had been deleted certificate was missed.




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                                   ATTACHMENT: OPD
              OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM DELETION: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES
                           MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04


Proposal Development Type:OPD                                           Award Type/Major Code:CCL/5561
Development Date:03/08/04                                               Initiator:Joseph Neglia
Initiating College:MC                                                   Instructional Design Facilitator: Linda Evans/Naomi Story
Effective Last Year/Term:20045                                                                                    06/22/04
DCC Online Agenda Date:04/26/04-04/29/04                                MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date: 06/2005
Program Availability=College Specific:x  District-wide:                 Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                                 Primary College:
                                                                        Maintenance Date:04/29/04 say; 06/02/04 yd
Program Title:Process Technology Level II

Instructional Dean Approval for Processing:Gail Mee, MC
Comments:

Instructional Council Receiving Proposal/(IC degree audit code):Applied Technology (57)
Note: Occupational Program Deletions are sent to Instructional Council as Informational Items.


Advisory Committee Minutes submitted. Adequately Support Proposal. Minutes on file at college and available upon request.




Rationale: Degree program associated with this certificate had been deleted certificate was missed.




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                                   ATTACHMENT: OPD
              OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM DELETION: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES
                           MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04


Proposal Development Type:OPD                                        Award Type/Major Code:CCL/5759
Development Date:09/19/03                                            Initiator:Kathryn Lewis
Initiating College:PC                                                Instructional Design Facilitator:Irene Ruiz
Effective Last Year/Term:20036                                                                               06/22/04
DCC Online Agenda Date:11/24/03-11/26/03                             MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date: 02/24/04
Program Availability=College Specific:X  District-wide:              Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                              Primary College:
                                                                     Maintenance Date: 01/12/04 yd; 06/02/04
Program Title:Industrial Hazardous Materials Response

Instructional Dean Approval for Processing:Marian Tadano
Comments:Approved for processing to MCCCD Curriculum Office

Instructional Council Receiving Proposal/(IC degree audit code): Emergency Medical Technology/Fire Science Technology (54)
Note: Occupational Program Deletions are sent to Instructional Council as Informational Items.


Advisory Committee Minutes submitted. Adequately Support Proposal. Minutes on file at college and available upon request.




Rationale:This program is no longer supported at Phoenix College.




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                                   ATTACHMENT: OPD
              OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM DELETION: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES
                           MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04


Proposal Development Type:OPD                                         Award Type/Major Code:CCL/5379
Development Date:09/19/03                                             Initiator:Richard Wilson
Initiating College:PC                                                 Instructional Design Facilitator:Irene Ruiz
Effective Last Year/Term:20036                                                                                  06/22/04
DCC Online Agenda Date:11/24/03-11/26/03                                MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date: 02/24/04
Program Availability=College Specific:X  District-wide:                 Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                                 Primary College:
                                                                        Maintenance Date: 01/12/04 yd; 06/02/04 yd
Program Title:Peace Officer Certificate II – Full Authority Peace Officer

Instructional Dean Approval for Processing:Marian Tadano
Comments:Approved for processing to MCCCD Curriculum Office

Instructional Council Receiving Proposal/(IC degree audit code):Administration of Justice (01)
Note: Occupational Program Deletions are sent to Instructional Council as Informational Items.


Advisory Committee Minutes submitted. Adequately Support Proposal. Minutes on file at college and available upon request.




Rationale:This program is no longer supported at Phoenix College.




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                                   ATTACHMENT: OPD
              OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM DELETION: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES
                           MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04


Proposal Development Type:OPD                                         Award Type/Major Code:AAS/3103
Development Date:09/19/03                                             Initiator:Gail Korkames
Initiating College:PC                                                 Instructional Design Facilitator:Irene Ruiz
Effective Last Year/Term:20036                                                                                 06/22/04
DCC Online Agenda Date:11/24/03-11/26/03                              MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:02/24/04
Program Availability=College Specific:X  District-wide:               Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                               Primary College:
                                                                      Maintenance Date: 01/12/04 yd; 06/02/04 yd
Program Title:Real Estate

Instructional Dean Approval for Processing:Marian Tadano
Comments:Approved for processing to MCCCD Curriculum Office

Instructional Council Receiving Proposal/(IC degree audit code):Business/Management (03)
Note: Occupational Program Deletions are sent to Instructional Council as Informational Items.


Advisory Committee Minutes submitted. Adequately Support Proposal. Minutes on file at college and available upon request.




Rationale:This program is no longer supported at Phoenix College.




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                                   ATTACHMENT: OPD
              OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM DELETION: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES
                           MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04


Proposal Development Type:OPD                                         Award Type/Major Code:AAS/3585
Development Date:08/21/03                                             Initiator:Nellie Nelson
Initiating College:SC                                                 Instructional Design Facilitator:Ava Jensen
Effective Last Year/Term:20042                                                                        06/2005 06/22/04
DCC Online Agenda Date:10/27/03-10/30/03 09/22/03-09/25/03            MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:11/25/03
Program Availability=College Specific:X   District-wide:              Shared:               Participating Colleges:
                                                                      Maintenance Date: 06/02/04 yd
Program Title:Radiography

Instructional Dean Approval for Processing: John Neibling
Comments:Approved for processing to MCCCD Curriculum Office.

Instructional Council Receiving Proposal/(IC degree audit code): Allied Health (51)
Note: Occupational Program Deletions are sent to Instructional Council as Informational Items.


Advisory Committee Minutes submitted. Adequately Support Proposal. Minutes on file at college and available upon request.




Rationale:Mayo School of Health Sciences is discontinuing this program in Arizona.




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                                   ATTACHMENT: OPD
              OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM DELETION: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES
                           MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04


Proposal Development Type: OPD                                        Award Type/Major Code:CCL/5725
Development Date: 12/12/03                                            Initiator: Stacey Ayers
Initiating College: SM                                                Instructional Design Facilitator: Peter Facciola
Effective Last Year/Term: 20042                                                                       06/2005 06/22/04
DCC Online Agenda Date: 1/26/04-1/29/04                               MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date: 3/23/04
Program Availability=College Specific:X       District-wide:          Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                               Primary College:
                                                                      Maintenance Date: 2/2/04 say; 06/02/04 yd
Program Title: Supermarket Management

Instructional Dean Approval for Processing: Ken Roberts
Comments: Approved for submission to MCCCD Curriculum Office

Instructional Council Receiving Proposal/(IC degree audit code): Occupational Deans (53)
Note: Occupational Program Deletions are sent to Instructional Council as Informational Items.


Advisory Committee Minutes submitted. Adequately Support Proposal. Minutes on file at college and available upon request.




Rationale: Program no longer offered. Will be replaced with a shared, New Occupational Program titled: Retail
Management (CCL/5286).




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                                   ATTACHMENT: OPD
              OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM DELETION: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES
                           MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04


Proposal Development Type: OPD                                        Award Type/Major Code:AAS/3725
Development Date: 12/12/03                                            Initiator: Stacey Ayers
Initiating College: SM                                                Instructional Design Facilitator: Peter Facciola
Effective Last Year/Term: 20042                                                                       06/2005 06/22/04
DCC Online Agenda Date: 1/26/04-1/29/04                               MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date: 3/23/04
Program Availability=College Specific:X       District-wide:          Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                               Primary College:
                                                                      Maintenance Date: 2/2/04 say; 06/02/04 yd
Program Title: Supermarket Management

Instructional Dean Approval for Processing: Ken Roberts
Comments: Approved for submission to MCCCD Curriculum Office

Instructional Council Receiving Proposal/(IC degree audit code): Occupational Deans (53)
Note: Occupational Program Deletions are sent to Instructional Council as Informational Items.


Advisory Committee Minutes submitted. Adequately Support Proposal. Minutes on file at college and available upon request.




Rationale: Program no longer offered. Will be replaced with a shared, New Occupational Program titled: Retail
Management (CCL/5286).




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                                   ATTACHMENT: OPD
              OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM DELETION: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES
                           MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04


Proposal Development Type: OPD                                        Award Type/Major Code:CCL/5365
Development Date: 12/12/03                                            Initiator: Stacey Ayers
Initiating College: SM                                                Instructional Design Facilitator: Peter Facciola
Effective Last Year/Term: 20042                                                                       06/2005 06/22/04
DCC Online Agenda Date: 1/26/04-1/29/04                               MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date: 3/23/04
Program Availability=College Specific:X       District-wide:          Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                               Primary College:
                                                                      Maintenance Date: 2/2/04 say; 06/02/04y d
Program Title: Wholesale Food Management

Instructional Dean Approval for Processing: Ken Roberts
Comments: Approved for submission to MCCCD Curriculum Office

Instructional Council Receiving Proposal/(IC degree audit code): Occupational Deans (53)
Note: Occupational Program Deletions are sent to Instructional Council as Informational Items.


Advisory Committee Minutes submitted. Adequately Support Proposal. Minutes on file at college and available upon request.




Rationale: Program no longer offered. Will be replaced with a shared, New Occupational Program titled: Retail
Management (CCL/5286).




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                                 ATTACHMENT: OPM
          OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES
                         MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPM                                    Award Type/Major Code:AAS/3012
Development Date:02/02/04                                        Initiator:Pamela Petty
Initiating College:CG                                            Instructional Design Facilitator:S. Flury
Effective First Year Term:20046                                  Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:05/24/04-05/27/04                         MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:06/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:X District-wide:           Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                          Primary College:
                                                                 Maintenance Date:05/13/04
Program Title:Criminal Justice Studies

PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strikethroughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:AAS/Criminal Administration of Justice Studies/3012
Total Credits:62
Overall G.P.A.:2,50 2.00
CIPS Code:45.0401 43.0104
Program Availability:                  From:             To:


Description: The Associate in Applied Science (AAS) in Criminal Administration of Justice Studies is designed to prepare
students for careers within the criminal justice system including law enforcement, the courts, probation, parole,
corrections, and social services agencies that support the criminal justice system. The program is interdisciplinary in
nature and provides students with a broad knowledge of the criminal justice system, its organizational components
and processes, and its legal and public policy contexts. to apply the strategies and techniques that constitute the art and
science of crime and intelligence analysis in a criminal justice environment. The program also includes coursework that will
provide students with a broad-based knowledge of the criminal justice field as well as general education courses that will
provide a well-rounded background including writing, reading, communication, mathematics, natural science, social sciences,
and humanities and the fine arts.


Program Outline

Program Notes:            Students must demonstrate sufficient knowledge and skills for each course in the Required Courses
                          area with an assessment prerequisite by passing the applicable sections of the Crime and Intelligence
                          Analysis Course Prerequisite Assessment Test prior to enrolling in each of the courses.

                          Students must earn a grade of “C” (2.00) or better for all courses required within the program in such a
                          manner as to meet the 2.50 overall program minimum G.P.A. requirement upon program completion.

                          Students must earn a grade of “C” or better for all courses required within the program.

                          + indicates course has prerequisites and/or corequisites.

                          Overall program minimum G.P.A. = 2.00.


Admission Criteria: None.


Program Prerequisites: None.




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          OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES
                         MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPM                                Award Type/Major Code:AAS/3012
Development Date:02/02/04                                    Initiator:Pamela Petty
Initiating College:CG                                        Instructional Design Facilitator:S. Flury
Effective First Year Term:20046                              Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:05/24/04-05/27/04                     MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:06/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:X District-wide:       Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                      Primary College:
                                                             Maintenance Date:05/13/04
Program Title:Criminal Justice Studies

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Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:AAS/Criminal Administration of Justice Studies/3012
Total Credits:62
Overall G.P.A.:2,50 2.00
CIPS Code:45.0401 43.0104
Program Availability:                  From:             To:


(AAS/Criminal Justice Studies/3012 continued)

Required Courses: Credits: 16 31-33

        Area Note:       The required courses below comprise a group of Program Common Core courses that are
                         required for the AAS degree in addition to completion of one of four certificate programs.

        CIA210           Introduction to Crime and Intelligence Analysis                                    2
+       CIA220           Link Analysis, Visual Investigative Analysis (VIA),
                         and Time Event Charting (TEC)                                                      3
+       CIA230           Telephone Toll and Flow Analysis                                                   3
+       CIA240           Crime Analysis                                                                     3
+       CIA250           Statistics for Crime Analysis                                                      3
+       CIA260           Analysis Using Geographic Information Systems (GIS)                                2
        AJS119           Computer Applications in Justice Studies                                           3
        AJS200           Current Issues in Criminal Justice                                                 3
        AJS225           Criminology                                                                        3
        AJS258           Victimology and Crisis Management                                                  3
        AJS270           Community Relations                                                                3




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Proposal Development Type:OPM                                 Award Type/Major Code:AAS/3012
Development Date:02/02/04                                     Initiator:Pamela Petty
Initiating College:CG                                         Instructional Design Facilitator:S. Flury
Effective First Year Term:20046                               Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:05/24/04-05/27/04                      MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:06/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:X District-wide:        Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                       Primary College:
                                                              Maintenance Date:05/13/04
Program Title:Criminal Justice Studies

PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strikethroughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:AAS/Criminal Administration of Justice Studies/3012
Total Credits:62
Overall G.P.A.:2,50 2.00
CIPS Code:45.0401 43.0104
Program Availability:                  From:             To:

(AAS/Criminal Justice Studies/3012 continued)
(Required Courses continued)

        Certificate of Completion in Crime and Intelligence Analysis                                        16

                 Program Notes: Students must demonstrate sufficient knowledge and skills for each course in the
                                Required Courses area with an assessment prerequisite by passing the applicable
                                sections of the Crime and Intelligence Analysis Course Prerequisite Assessment
                                Test prior to enrolling in each of the courses.

                                  Students must earn a grade of “C” (2.00) or better for all courses required within
                                  the program in such a manner as to meet the 2.50 overall program minimum
                                  G.P.A. requirement upon program completion.

                 Program Prerequisites: None.

                 Required Courses:        Credits: 16
                        CIA210            Introduction to Crime and Intelligence Analysis                  2
                 +      CIA220            Link Analysis, Visual Investigative Analysis (VIA),
                                          and Time Event Charting (TEC)                                    3
                 +       CIA230           Telephone Toll and Flow Analysis                                 3
                 +       CIA240           Crime Analysis                                                   3
                 +       CIA250           Statistics for Crime Analysis                                    3
                 +       CIA260           Analysis Using Geographic Information Systems (GIS)              2
                 Restricted Electives: None.
                 Free Electives: None.
                 General Education : None.

        OR




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Proposal Development Type:OPM                                 Award Type/Major Code:AAS/3012
Development Date:02/02/04                                     Initiator:Pamela Petty
Initiating College:CG                                         Instructional Design Facilitator:S. Flury
Effective First Year Term:20046                               Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:05/24/04-05/27/04                      MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:06/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:X District-wide:        Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                       Primary College:
                                                              Maintenance Date:05/13/04
Program Title:Criminal Justice Studies

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Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:AAS/Criminal Administration of Justice Studies/3012
Total Credits:62
Overall G.P.A.:2,50 2.00
CIPS Code:45.0401 43.0104
Program Availability:                  From:             To:

(AAS/Criminal Justice Studies/3012 continued)
(Required Courses continued)

        Certificate of Completion in Homeland Security                                                   18

                 Program Notes: Students must earn a grade of “C” or better for all courses required within the program.
                                Overall program minimum G.P.A. = 2.00.

                 Prerequisites: None.

                 Required Courses: Credits: 18
                        AJS109          Substantive Criminal Law                                           3
                        AJS139          Emergency Response to Terrorism                                    3
                        AJS195          International and Domestic Terrorism                               3
                        AJS230          The Police Function                                                3
                        AJS260          Procedural Criminal Law                                            3
                        AJS275          Criminal Investigation I                                           3
                 Restricted Electives: None.
                 Free Electives: None.
                 General Education: None.
        OR

        Certificate of Completion in Evidence Technology                                                 18

                 Program Notes: Students must earn a grade of “C” or better for all courses required within the program.
                                Overall program minimum G.P.A. = 2.00.

                 Prerequisites: None.

                 Required Courses: Credits: 18
                        AJS201          Rules of Evidence                                                  3
                        AJS213          Evidence Technology/Fingerprints                                   3
                        AJS215          Criminalistics: Physical Evidence                                  3
                        AJS216          Criminalistics: Biological Evidence                                3
                        AJS241          Police Photography                                                 3
                        AJS275          Criminal Investigation I                                           3
                 Restricted Electives: None.
                 Free Electives: None.
                 General Education: None.
        OR
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Proposal Development Type:OPM                                 Award Type/Major Code:AAS/3012
Development Date:02/02/04                                     Initiator:Pamela Petty
Initiating College:CG                                         Instructional Design Facilitator:S. Flury
Effective First Year Term:20046                               Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:05/24/04-05/27/04                      MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:06/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:X District-wide:        Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                       Primary College:
                                                              Maintenance Date:05/13/04
Program Title:Criminal Justice Studies

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Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:AAS/Criminal Administration of Justice Studies/3012
Total Credits:62
Overall G.P.A.:2,50 2.00
CIPS Code:45.0401 43.0104
Program Availability:                  From:             To:

(AAS/Criminal Justice Studies/3012 continued)
(Required Courses continued)

         Certificate of Completion in Justice Studies:                                                      18

                  Program Notes: Students must earn a grade of “C” or better for all courses required within the program.
                                 Overall program minimum G.P.A. = 2.00.

                  Prerequisites: None.

                  Required Courses: Credits: 18
                         AJS109          Substantive Criminal Law                                             3
                         AJS212          Juvenile Justice Procedures                                          3
                         AJS230          The Police Function                                                  3
                         AJS240          The Correction Function                                              3
                         AJS260          Procedural Criminal Law                                              3
                         AJS275          Criminal Investigation I                                             3
                  Restricted Electives: None.
                  Free Electives: None.
                  General Education: None.

Restricted Electives:     Credits: 21 4-6

         Area Note:       Students must select credits in the Restricted Electives area to earn a total of 62 credits
                          required for the AAS in Justice Studies degree. Selected courses will not apply in both the
                          Required Courses area and the Restricted Electives area.

         AJS+++           Any Administration of Justice Studies course                             4-6
         AJS109           Substantive Criminal Law                                                   3
         AJS195           International and Domestic Terrorism                                       3
         AJS200           Current Issues in Criminal Justice                                         3
         AJS225           Criminology                                                                3
         AJS230           The Police Function                                                        3
         AJS258           Victimology and Crisis Management                                          3
         AJS260           Procedural Criminal Law                                                    3
         AJS275           Criminal Investigation I                                                   3

Free Electives: None.
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Proposal Development Type:OPM                                  Award Type/Major Code:AAS/3012
Development Date:02/02/04                                      Initiator:Pamela Petty
Initiating College:CG                                          Instructional Design Facilitator:S. Flury
Effective First Year Term:20046                                Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:05/24/04-05/27/04                       MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:06/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:X District-wide:         Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                        Primary College:
                                                               Maintenance Date:05/13/04
Program Title:Criminal Justice Studies

PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strikethroughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:AAS/Criminal Administration of Justice Studies/3012
Total Credits:62
Overall G.P.A.:2,50 2.00
CIPS Code:45.0401 43.0104
Program Availability:                  From:             To:

(AAS/Criminal Justice Studies/3012 continued)

General Education: Credits: 25

        CORE Credits: 15

        First-Year Composition
        +        ENG101           First-Year Composition (3) AND
        +        ENG102           First-Year Composition (3)
                 OR
        +        ENG107           First-Year Composition for ESL (3) AND
        +        ENG108           First-Year Composition for ESL (3)                                        6

        Oral Communication
                Any approved general studies education course in the Oral Communication area                3

        Critical Reading
        +         CRE101          Critical and Evaluative Reading I (3) OR
                                  Equivalent as indicated by assessment                                     3

        Mathematics
               Any approved general studies education course in the Mathematics area                        3


        DISTRIBUTION              Credits: 10

        Humanities and Fine Arts
               AJS123            Ethics and the Administration of Justice                                   3

        Social and Behavioral Sciences
                 AJS101           Introduction to Criminal Justice                                          3

        Natural Sciences
                 Any approved general studies education course in the Natural Sciences area                 4




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Proposal Development Type:OPM                                 Award Type/Major Code:AAS/3012
Development Date:02/02/04                                     Initiator:Pamela Petty
Initiating College:CG                                         Instructional Design Facilitator:S. Flury
Effective First Year Term:20046                               Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:05/24/04-05/27/04                      MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:06/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:X District-wide:        Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                       Primary College:
                                                              Maintenance Date:05/13/04
Program Title:Criminal Justice Studies

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Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:CCL/Homeland Security/5322 (NEW)
Total Credits:18
Overall G.P.A.:2.00
CIPS Code:43.9999
Program Availability:                 From:            To:


Description: The Certificate of Completion (CCL) in Homeland Security is designed to provide students with the
knowledge and skills needed to conduct a homeland security evaluation and to assess, investigate and respond to
terrorism incidents. It also provides criminal justice practitioners with an opportunity for academic growth and the
development of specialized skills in homeland security.


Program Outline

Program Notes:           Students must earn a grade of “C” or better for all courses required within the program.
                         Overall program minimum G.P.A. = 2.00.

Admission Criteria: None.

Prerequisites: None.

Required Courses: Credits: 18

        AJS109           Substantive Criminal Law                                                   3
        AJS139           Emergency Response to Terrorism                                            3
        AJS195           International and Domestic Terrorism                                       3
        AJS230           The Police Function                                                        3
        AJS260           Procedural Criminal Law                                                    3
        AJS275           Criminal Investigation I                                                   3


Restricted Electives: None.

Free Electives: None.

General Education: None.




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                         MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPM                                  Award Type/Major Code:AAS/3012
Development Date:02/02/04                                      Initiator:Pamela Petty
Initiating College:CG                                          Instructional Design Facilitator:S. Flury
Effective First Year Term:20046                                Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:05/24/04-05/27/04                       MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:06/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:X District-wide:         Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                        Primary College:
                                                               Maintenance Date:05/13/04
Program Title:Criminal Justice Studies

PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strikethroughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:CCL/Evidence Technology/5326 (NEW)
Total Credits:18
Overall G.P.A.:2.00
CIPS Code:43.0106
Program Availability:                 From:             To:


Description: The Certificate of Completion (CCL) in Evidence Technology is designed to provide students with the
technical skills and knowledge necessary to evaluate and process a crime scene for items of evidentiary value,
document crime scene evidence, and collect and retain items consistent with forensic procedures.


Program Outline

Program Notes:           Students must earn a grade of “C” or better for all courses required within the program.
                         Overall program minimum G.P.A. = 2.00.

Admission Criteria: None.

Prerequisites: None.

Required Courses: Credits: 18

        AJS201           Rules of Evidence                                                         3
        AJS213           Evidence Technology/Fingerprints                                          3
        AJS215           Criminalistics: Physical Evidence                                         3
        AJS216           Criminalistics: Biological Evidence                                       3
        AJS241           Police Photography                                                        3
        AJS275           Criminal Investigation I                                                  3


Restricted Electives: None.

Free Electives: None.

General Education: None.




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                         MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPM                                 Award Type/Major Code:AAS/3012
Development Date:02/02/04                                     Initiator:Pamela Petty
Initiating College:CG                                         Instructional Design Facilitator:S. Flury
Effective First Year Term:20046                               Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:05/24/04-05/27/04                      MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:06/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:X District-wide:        Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                       Primary College:
                                                              Maintenance Date:05/13/04
Program Title:Criminal Justice Studies

PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strikethroughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:CCL/Justice Studies/5327 (NEW)
Total Credits:18
Overall G.P.A.:2.00
CIPS Code:43.0104
Program Availability:                 From:               To:


Description: The Certificate of Completion (CCL) in Justice Studies is designed to provide the student with a broad
understanding of the criminal justice system and its primary components: law enforcement, the courts, and corrections.


Program Outline

Program Notes:           Students must earn a grade of “C” or better for all courses required within the program.
                         Overall program minimum G.P.A. = 2.00.

Admission Criteria: None.

Prerequisites: None.

Required Courses: Credits: 18

        AJS109           Substantive Criminal Law                                                  3
        AJS212           Juvenile Justice Procedures                                               3
        AJS230           The Police Function                                                       3
        AJS240           The Correction Function                                                   3
        AJS260           Procedural Criminal Law                                                   3
        AJS275           Criminal Investigation I                                                  3


Restricted Electives: None.

Free Electives: None.

General Education: None.




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Proposal Development Type:OPM                             Award Type/Major Code:CCL/5841
Development Date:03/10/04                                 Initiator:Deidre Grafel
Initiating College:CG                                     Instructional Design Facilitator:S. Flury
Effective First Year Term:20046                           Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:04/26/04-04/29/04                  MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:06/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:   District-wide:   Shared: X
Participating Colleges:CG, EM, GC, GW, PC, PV, RS (Mor), SC                 Primary College: CG
                                                          Maintenance Date:
Current Program Title:Microsoft Product Specialist

PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strikethroughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:CCL/ Product Specialist/5841
Total Credits:13-15 14-15
Overall G.P.A.: 2.00
CIPS Code:11.1099
Program Availability:                  From:                                      To:


Description: The Certificate of Completion (CCL) in Microsoft Product Specialist provides training for an entry-level position
working with Windows networks. Knowledge and skills are developed to install, configure, customize, optimize, and troubleshoot
Windows servers and Windows client workstations. The courses in the program also help to prepare for Microsoft Certified
Product Specialist (MCP), Microsoft Certified Systems Administrator (MCSA), and Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer
(MSCE) examinations. The curriculum is taught by Microsoft Certified Professionals.

Program Outline

Program Notes:              Students must earn a grade of “C” or better for all courses required within the program.
                            Overall program minimum G.P.A. = 2.00.
                            + indicates course has prerequisites and/or corequisites.
                            ++ indicates any module

Admission Criteria: None.

Program Prerequisites: Credits: 3

        CIS105              Survey of Computer Information Systems                                          3
                            OR
                            Permission of Department or Division

Required Courses: Credits: 13-15 14-15

        BPC/CIS121AB                 MS-DOS Operating System                                                1
+       BPC170                       Computer Maintenance I: A+ Prep                                        3
+       CIS190                       Introduction to Local Area Networks (3) OR
        CNT140                       Cisco Networking Fundamentals (4) OR
        MST140                       Microsoft Networking Essentials (3)                                 3-4
        MST150++                     Any MST150 course                                                     3
+       MST152++                     Any MST152 course                                                 3-4 4


Restricted Electives: None.

Free Electives: None.

General Education: None.

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Proposal Development Type:OPM                                     Award Type/Major Code:CCL/5969
Development Date:03/22/04                                         Initiator:Betty Vickrey
Initiating College:EM                                             Instructional Design Facilitator:Roberta Gray
Effective First Year Term:20046                                   Effective Last Year/Term: 99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:04/26/04-04/29/04                          MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:06/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:  District-wide:            Shared: X
Participating Colleges: CG, EM, GC, GW, PC, SM
                                                                  Maintenance Date:

Current Program Title:Networking Administration: Cisco

PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strikethroughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code: CCL/Networking Administration: Cisco/5969
Total Credits: 13 14
Overall G.P.A.:2.00
CIPS Code:52.1204 11.0901
Program Availability:                  From:                             To:


Description: A Cisco Systems recognized Regional or Local Academy, prepares students for industry-recognized certification.
The curriculum is taught by Cisco Systems Certified Professionals. The Certificate of Completion (CCL) in Networking
Administration: Cisco provides training for a position working with Cisco Systems networking and Internet hardware. Knowledge
and skills are developed to install, configure, maintain, and troubleshoot Cisco routers and components, advanced routing
protocols, Local Area Networks (LANs), and Wide Area Networks (WANs). The courses in the program also prepare students for
the Cisco Certified Networking Associate examination.


Program Outline

Program Notes:              Students must earn a grade of “C” or better for each course listed in the “Required Courses” area.
                            + indicates course has prerequisites and/or corequisites.

Admission Criteria: None.

Program Prerequisites: None

Required Courses: Credits: 13 14

        CNT140              Cisco Networking Basics                                                        4
+       CNT150              Cisco Networking Router Technologies                                          34
+       CNT160              Cisco Switching Basics and Intermediate Routing                                3
+       CNT170              Cisco Wide Area Networks (WAN) Technologies                                    3


Restricted Electives: None.

Free Electives: None.

General Education: None.




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                         MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPM                                     Award Type/Major Code:CCL/5967
Development Date:03/22/04                                         Initiator:Betty Vickrey
Initiating College:EM                                             Instructional Design Facilitator:Roberta Gray
Effective First Year Term:20046                                   Effective Last Year/Term: 99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:04/26/04-04/29/04                          MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:06/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:  District-wide:            Shared: X
Participating Colleges: CG, EM, GC, GW, PC, SM
                                                                  Maintenance Date:

Current Program Title:Networking Technology: Cisco

PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strikethroughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code: CCL/Networking Technology: Cisco/5967
Total Credits: 20 21
Overall G.P.A.:2.00
CIPS Code:52.1204 11.0901
Program Availability:                  From:                            To:


Description: A Cisco Systems recognized Regional or Local Academy, prepares students for industry-recognized certification.
The curriculum is taught by Cisco Systems Certified Professionals. The Certificate of Completion (CCL) in Networking
Technology: Cisco provides training for a supervisory position working with Cisco Systems networking and Internet hardware.
Knowledge and skills are developed to install, configure, maintain, and troubleshoot Cisco routers and components, advanced
routing protocols, Local Area Networks (LANs), and Wide Area Networks (WANs). The courses in the program also prepare
students for the Cisco Certified Networking Associate examination.

Program Outline

Program Notes:              Students must earn a grade of “C” or better for each course listed in the “Required Courses” area.
                            + indicates course has prerequisites and/or corequisites.

Admission Criteria: None.

Program Prerequisites: None

Required Courses: Credits: 20 21

        BPC/CIS121AB        MS-DOS Operating System I                                                       1
+       BPC170              Computer Maintenance I: A+ Prep                                                 3
        CIS126DA            UNIX Operating System (3) OR
        CIS126AA            UNIX Operating System: Level I (1) AND
+       CIS126BA            UNIX Operating System: Level II (1) AND
+       CIS126CA            UNIX Operating System: Level III (1) OR
+       CIS191              Novell NetWare System Administration (3) OR
+       MST150              Microsoft Windows Professional (3)                                             3
        CNT140              Cisco Networking Basics                                                        4
+       CNT150              Cisco Networking Router Technologies                                          34
+       CNT160              Cisco Switching Basics and Intermediate Routing                                3
+       CNT170              Cisco Wide Area Networks (WAN) Technologies                                    3


Restricted Electives: None.

Free Electives: None.

General Education: None.
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Proposal Development Type:OPM                                   Award Type/Major Code:AAS/3816
Development Date:03/22/04                                       Initiator:Betty Vickrey
Initiating College:EM                                           Instructional Design Facilitator:Roberta Gray
Effective First Year Term:20046                                 Effective Last Year/Term: 99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:04/26/04-04/29/04                        MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:06/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:  District-wide:          Shared: X
Participating Colleges: CG, EM, GC, GW, SM
                                                                Maintenance Date:

Current Program Title:Networking Technology: Cisco

PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strikethroughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:AAS/Networking Technology: Cisco/3816
Total Credits: 64 65
Overall G.P.A.:2.00
CIPS Code:52.1204 11.0901
Program Availability:                  From:                           To:


Description: A Cisco Systems recognized Regional or Local Academy, prepares students for industry-recognized certification.
The curriculum is taught by Cisco Systems Certified Professionals. The Associate in Applied Science (AAS) in Networking
Technology: Cisco provides training for a supervisory position working with Cisco Systems networking and Internet hardware.
Knowledge and skills are developed to install, configure, maintain, and troubleshoot Cisco routers and components, advanced
routing protocols, Local Area Networks (LANs), and Wide Area Networks (WANs); use the MS-DOS operating systems;
troubleshoot problems with various common hardware and software configurations; perform administrative tasks in a network;
develop methods for customer service; and describe the basic components of electronic systems. Courses in the program also
prepare students for the Cisco Certified Networking Associate examination.

Program Outline

Program Notes:            Students must earn a grade of “C” or better for each course listed in the “Required Courses” area..
                          + indicates course has prerequisites and/or corequisites.

Admission Criteria: None.

Program Prerequisites: None

Required Courses: Credits: 24 25

        BPC/CIS121AB MS-DOS Operating System I                                                            1
+       BPC170       Computer Maintenance I: A+ Prep                                                      3
        CIS102       Interpersonal and Customer Service Skills for IT Professionals                       1

        (Note: A Course cannot be used to satisfy both the Required Course and Restricted Electives Area.)
        CIS126DA         UNIX Operating System (3) OR
        CIS126AA         UNIX Operating System: Level I (1) AND
+       CIS126BA         UNIX Operating System: Level II (1) AND
+       CIS126CA         UNIX Operating System: Level III (1) OR
+       CIS191           Novell NetWare System Administration (3) OR
+       MST150           Microsoft Windows Professional                                                 3
        CNT140           Cisco Networking Basics                                                        4
+       CNT150           Cisco Networking Router Technologies                                         34
+       CNT160           Cisco Switching Basics and Intermediate Routing                                3
+       CNT170           Cisco Wide Area Networks (WAN) Technologies                                    3
        ELT100           Survey of Electronics                                                          3

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                         MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPM                                   Award Type/Major Code:AAS/3816
Development Date:03/22/04                                       Initiator:Betty Vickrey
Initiating College:EM                                           Instructional Design Facilitator:Roberta Gray
Effective First Year Term:20046                                 Effective Last Year/Term: 99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:04/26/04-04/29/04                        MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:06/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:  District-wide:          Shared: X
Participating Colleges: CG, EM, GC, GW, SM
                                                                Maintenance Date:

Current Program Title:Networking Technology: Cisco

PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strikethroughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:AAS/Networking Technology: Cisco/3816
Total Credits: 64 65
Overall G.P.A.:2.00
CIPS Code:52.1204 11.0901
Program Availability:                  From:                           To:


(AAS/Networking Technology/3816 continued)

Restricted Electives:     Credits: 15

         BPC110           Computer Usage and Applications (3) OR
         CIS105           Survey of Computer Information Systems (3)                                     3

         (Note: A course cannot be used to satisfy both the Required Course and Restricted Electives area.)
         CIS126DA         UNIX Operating System (3) OR
         CIS126AA         UNIX Operating System: Level I (1) AND
+        CIS126BA         UNIX Operating System: Level II (1) AND
+        CIS126CA         UNIX Operating System: Level III (1) OR
+        CIS191           Novell NetWare System Administration (3) OR
+        MST150           Microsoft Windows Professional (3)                                              3
+        CIS190           Introduction to Local Area Networks (3) OR
         MST140           Microsoft Networking Essentials (3)                                             3
+        CIS270           Essentials of Network and Information Security                                  3
+        CIS296WA         Cooperative Education (1) OR
+        CIS296WB         Cooperative Education (2) OR
+        CIS296WC         Cooperative Education (3) OR
+        CIS296WD         Cooperative Education (4)                                                     1-4
         CIS298AA         Special Projects (1) OR
         CIS298AB         Special Projects (2) OR
         CIS298AC         Special Projects (3)                                                          1-3
+        MST145           Microsoft Client System Administration                                          3
+        MST240           Microsoft Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)              3


Free Electives: None.




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Proposal Development Type:OPM                                 Award Type/Major Code:AAS/3816
Development Date:03/22/04                                     Initiator:Betty Vickrey
Initiating College:EM                                         Instructional Design Facilitator:Roberta Gray
Effective First Year Term:20046                               Effective Last Year/Term: 99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:04/26/04-04/29/04                      MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:06/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:  District-wide:        Shared: X
Participating Colleges: CG, EM, GC, GW, SM
                                                              Maintenance Date:

Current Program Title:Networking Technology: Cisco

PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strikethroughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:AAS/Networking Technology: Cisco/3816
Total Credits: 64 65
Overall G.P.A.:2.00
CIPS Code:52.1204 11.0901
Program Availability:                  From:                           To:


(AAS/Networking Technology/3816 continued)


General Studies Education:          Credits: 25

        CORE Credits: 15

        First-Year Composition
        +        ENG101           First-Year Composition (3) AND
        +        ENG102           First-Year Composition (3)                                                  6

        Oral Communication
                COM100            Introduction to Human Communication (3) OR
                COM110            Interpersonal Communication (3) OR
        +       COM230            Small Group Communication (3)                                               3

        Critical Reading
        +         CRE101          Critical and Evaluative Reading I (3) OR                                    3
                                  (Note Equivalent by assessment.)

        Mathematics
        +      MAT102             Mathematical Concepts/Applications                                          3

        DISTRIBUTION              Credits: 10

        Humanities and Fine Arts
               Any approved general studies education course in the Humanities and Fine Arts area             3

        Social and Behavioral Sciences
                 Any approved general studies education course in the Social and Behavioral Sciences area         3

        Natural Sciences
                 Any approved general studies education course in the Natural Sciences area                       4




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Proposal Development Type:OPM                                     Award Type/Major Code:CCL/5276
Development Date: 03/09/04                                        Initiator:Doug DeSanti
Initiating College:GC                                             Instructional Design Facilitator:Diana Abel
Effective First Year Term:20046                                   Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:05/24/04-05/27/04                          MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:06/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:X District-wide:            Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                           Primary College:
                                                                  Maintenance Date:05/18/04
Program Title:Advanced Emergency Medical Technology

PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strikethroughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:CCL/Advanced Emergency Medical Technology/5276
Total Credits:46-56 39.5-46.5
Overall G.P.A.:2.50
CIPS Code:51.0904
Program Availability:                  From:            To:

Description:Advanced techniques of emergency care, stabilization, and immobilization of victims of illness and injury.
Recognition and documentation of signs and symptoms of illness and injury, intervention, and evaluation of the
interventions. Techniques for assessment to include basic electrocardiographic rhythm identification, administration of
oxygen, medications approved by the Arizona Department of Health Services, Office of Emergency Medical Services,
advanced airway techniques, use of specific immobilization devices, peripheral intraosseous and central intravenous
techniques, defibrillation, synchronized cardioversion, transcutaneous pacing, preparation for transportation.

The program includes advanced techniques of emergency care, stabilization, and immobilization of victims of illness
and injury. Recognition and documentation of signs and symptoms of illness and injury, intervention, and
evaluation of the interventions are other areas of the program. Techniques for assessment include basic
electrocardiographic rhythm identification, administration of oxygen, medications approved by the Arizona
Department of Health Services, Office of Emergency Medical Services, advanced airway techniques, use of specific
immobilization devices, peripheral intraosseous and central intravenous techniques, defibrillation, synchronized
cardioversion, transcutaneous pacing, preparation for transportation.

Program Outline

Program Notes: (Note: + indicates course has prerequisites and/or corequisites.)

Admission Criteria: None

Program Prerequisites: Credits: 18-33 15
        (Note: A grade of “C” or better is required for all courses in the Program Prerequisites area.)

         Certificate of Completion in Basic Emergency Medical Technology (5143) (8) OR                          8
         Certificate of Completion in Intermediate Emergency Medical Technology (5143) (23)                     8-23
         BIO102            General Biology (Non-Majors): Additional Topics (4) OR
         BIO160            Introduction to Human Anatomy and Physiology (4) OR
         BIO156            Human Biology for Allied Health (4) OR
         BIO181            General Biology (Majors) I (4)                                                       4
         (Note: Students must earn a grade of “C” or better in CRE101 and CRE111.)
+        CRE101            Critical and Evaluative Reading I (3) OR
+        CRE111            Critical Reading for Business and Industry (3)                                       3

         Minimum ninth grade level reading proficiency on the Nelson-Denny Examination OR
         ASSET reading test with a minimum score of 41 OR
         COMPASS reading test with a minimum score of 81

         PSY101            Introduction to Psychology (3) OR
         SOC140            Racial and Ethnic Minorities (3)                                                     3
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                         MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPM                                   Award Type/Major Code:CCL/5276
Development Date: 03/09/04                                      Initiator:Doug DeSanti
Initiating College:GC                                           Instructional Design Facilitator:Diana Abel
Effective First Year Term:20046                                 Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:05/24/04-05/27/04                        MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:06/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:X District-wide:          Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                         Primary College:
                                                                Maintenance Date:05/18/04
Program Title:Advanced Emergency Medical Technology

PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strikethroughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:CCL/Advanced Emergency Medical Technology/5276
Total Credits:46-56 39.5-46.5
Overall G.P.A.:2.50
CIPS Code:51.0904
Program Availability:                  From:            To:


(CCL/Advanced Emergency Medical Technology/5276 continued)

Required Courses Credits: 49.5 38.5
        (Note: Students must earn a grade of "C" or better in each course within the Required Courses area and students
        must earn a GPA of 2.5 for all courses in the Required Courses area.)

+       EMT215               Stress and Emergency Services Professionals                                        3
+       EMT235               Emergency Cardiac Care                                                             3
+       EMT236               Pharmacology in an Emergency Setting                                               3
+       EMT/FSC238           Vehicular Extrication and Patient Stabilization                                    2
+       EMT240               Advanced Cardiac Life Support                                                      2
+       EMT242               Pediatric Advanced Life Support                                                    1
+       EMT245               Trauma Management I                                                                3
+       EMT272AA             Advanced Emergency Medical Technology (12.5) AND
+       EMT272AB             Advanced Emergency Medical Technology (12.5)                                       25
+       EMT272LL             Advanced Emergency Medical Technology Practicum (7.5)                              7.5


Restricted Electives: Credits: 5-15 1-8
         (Note: Students must earn a grade of “C” or better in each Restricted Elective course with an EMT prefix, with a
         GPA of 2.5 for all Restricted Electives with EMT prefixes.)

+       BIO201               Human Anatomy and Physiology I                                                     4
+       BIO202               Human Anatomy and Physiology II                                                    4
+       EMT/FSC104           Basic Emergency Medical Technology (8) OR                                          8
+       EMT208               Intermediate Emergency Medical Technology (15)                                     8-15
+       EMT/FSC238           Vehicular Extrication and Patient Stabilization                                    2
+       EMT240               Advanced Cardiac Life Support                                                      2
+       EMT245               Trauma Management I                                                                32
+       EMT246               Trauma Management II                                                               4
        EMT258               Victimology & Crisis Management                                                    3
+       EMT265               Pediatric Education for Prehospital Providers                                      1
+       PSY266               Abnormal Psychology                                                                3

Free Electives: None

General Studies: None
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                         MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPM                                     Award Type/Major Code:AAS/3276
Development Date:03/09/04                                         Initiator:Doug DeSanti
Initiating College:GC                                             Instructional Design Facilitator:Diana Abel
Effective First Year Term:20046                                   Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:05/24/04-05/27/04                          MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:06/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:X District-wide:            Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                           Primary College:
                                                                  Maintenance Date:05/18/04
Program Title:Advanced Emergency Medical Technology

PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strikethroughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:AAS/Advanced Emergency Medical Technology/3276
Total Credits:67-74 60.5-64.5
Overall G.P.A.:2.50
CIPS Code:51.0904
Program Availability:                  From:           To:


Description:Advanced techniques of emergency care, stabilization, and immobilization of victims of illness and injury.
Recognition and documentation of signs and symptoms of illness and injury, intervention, and evaluation of the interventions.
Techniques for assessment to include basic electrocardiographic rhythm identification, administration of oxygen, medications
approved by the Arizona Department of Health Services, Bureau of Emergency Medical Services, advanced airway techniques,
use of specific immobilization devices, peripheral intraosseous and central intravenous techniques, defibrillation, synchronized
cardioversion, transcutaneous pacing, preparation and care during transportation.

The program includes advanced techniques of emergency care, stabilization, and immobilization of victims of illness
and injury. Recognition and documentation of signs and symptoms of illness and injury, intervention, and evaluation of
the interventions are other areas of the program. Techniques for assessment include basic electrocardiographic rhythm
identification, administration of oxygen, medications approved by the Arizona Department of Health Services, Bureau
of Emergency Medical Services, advanced airway techniques, use of specific immobilization devices, peripheral
intraosseous and central intravenous techniques, defibrillation, synchronized cardioversion, transcutaneous pacing,
preparation and care during transportation.


Program Outline

Program Notes: (Note: + indicates course has prerequisites and/or corequisites.)

Admission Criteria: None

Program Prerequisites: Credits: 15-30 15
        (Note: A grade of “C” or better is required for all courses in the Program Prerequisites area.)

         Certificate of Completion in Basic Emergency Medical Technology (5143) (8) OR                8
         Certificate of Completion in Intermediate Emergency Medical Technology (5143) (23)           8-23
         BIO100            Biology Concepts (4) OR
         BIO102            General Biology (Non-Majors): Additional Topics (4) OR
         BIO160            Introduction to Human Anatomy and Physiology (4) OR
         BIO156            Human Biology for Allied Health (4) OR
         BIO181            General Biology (Majors) I (4)                                             4
+        CRE101            Critical and Evaluative Reading I (3) OR
+        CRE111            Critical Reading for Business and Industry (3) OR
                           Minimum ninth grade level reading proficiency on the Nelson-Denny Examination OR
                           ASSET reading test with a minimum score of 41 OR
                           COMPASS reading test with a minimum score of 81                            3

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                         MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPM                                   Award Type/Major Code:AAS/3276
Development Date:03/09/04                                       Initiator:Doug DeSanti
Initiating College:GC                                           Instructional Design Facilitator:Diana Abel
Effective First Year Term:20046                                 Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:05/24/04-05/27/04                        MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:06/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:X District-wide:          Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                         Primary College:
                                                                Maintenance Date:05/18/04
Program Title:Advanced Emergency Medical Technology

PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strikethroughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:AAS/Advanced Emergency Medical Technology/3276
Total Credits:67-74 60.5-64.5
Overall G.P.A.:2.50
CIPS Code:51.0904
Program Availability:                  From:           To:


(AAS/Advanced Emergency Medical Technology/3276 continued)


Required Courses: Credits: 49.5 38.5
        (Note: Students must earn a grade of "C" or better in each course within the Required Courses area and students
        must earn a GPA of 2.5 for all courses in the Required Courses area.)

+       EMT215               Stress and Emergency Services Professionals                                        3
+       EMT235               Emergency Cardiac Care                                                             3
+       EMT236               Pharmacology in an Emergency Setting                                               3
+       EMT/FSC238           Vehicular Extrication and Patient Stabilization                                    2
+       EMT240               Advanced Cardiac Life Support                                                      2
+       EMT242               Pediatric Advanced Life Support                                                    1
+       EMT245               Trauma Management I                                                                3
+       EMT272AA             Advanced Emergency Medical Technology (12.5) AND
+       EMT272AB             Advanced Emergency Medical Technology (12.5)                                       25
+       EMT272LL             Advanced Emergency Medical Technology Practicum (7.5)                              7.5


Restricted Electives: Credits: 8-15 4-8
         (Note: Students must earn a grade of “C” or better in each Restricted Elective course with an EMT prefix, with a
         GPA of 2.5 for all Restricted Electives with EMT prefixes.)

+       BIO201               Human Anatomy and Physiology I                                                     4
+       BIO202               Human Anatomy and Physiology II                                                    4
+       EMT/FSC104           Basic Emergency Medical Technology (8) OR                                          8
+       EMT208               Intermediate Emergency Medical Technology (15)                                     8-15
+       EMT/FSC238           Vehicular Extrication and Patient Stabilization                                    2
+       EMT240               Advanced Cardiac Life Support                                                      2
+       EMT245               Trauma Management I                                                                32
+       EMT246               Trauma Management II                                                               4
        EMT258               Victimology and Crisis Management                                                  3
+       EMT265               Pediatric Educatiojn for Prehospital Providers                                     1
+       EMT273               Advanced Life Support Refresher Course                                             3.5
+       PSY266               Abnormal Psychology                                                                3


Free Electives: None
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                         MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPM                                    Award Type/Major Code:AAS/3276
Development Date:03/09/04                                        Initiator:Doug DeSanti
Initiating College:GC                                            Instructional Design Facilitator:Diana Abel
Effective First Year Term:20046                                  Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:05/24/04-05/27/04                         MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:06/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:X District-wide:           Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                          Primary College:
                                                                 Maintenance Date:05/18/04
Program Title:Advanced Emergency Medical Technology

PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strikethroughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:AAS/Advanced Emergency Medical Technology/3276
Total Credits:67-74 60.5-64.5
Overall G.P.A.:2.50
CIPS Code:51.0904
Program Availability:                  From:           To:


(AAS/Advanced Emergency Medical Technology/3276 continued)


General Studies: Credits: 18

        CORE                   Credits: 12

        First-Year
        Composition            + ENG101 Freshman English (3) AND
                               + ENG102 Freshman English (3)                                             6

        Oral
        Communication            COM100 Introduction to Human Communication (3) OR
                                 COM110 Interpersonal Communication (3) OR
                               + COM230 Introduction to Human Communication (3)                          3

        Critical
        Reading                (Note: Met by CRE101 OR CRE111, in Program Prerequisites area.)           0

        Mathematics            + Any approved general studies course from the Mathematics area           3


        DISTRIBUTION           Credits: 6

        Humanities &
        Fine Arts              Any approved general studies course in the
                               Humanities and Fine Arts Area                                             3

        Social and
        Behavioral
        Sciences               PSY101 Introduction to Psychology (3) OR
                               SOC140 Racial & Ethnic Minorities (3)                                     3

        Natural
        Sciences               (Note: Met by BIO100 OR BIO102 OR BIO160 BIO156 OR BIO181
                               in Program Prerequisites area.)                                           0


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                         MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPM                                          Award Type/Major Code:AAS/3774
Development Date:4/7/04                                                Initiator:Clyde Perry
Initiating College:GW                                                  Instructional Design Facilitator:Diane Dietz
Effective First Year Term:20046                                        Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:5/24/04-5/27/04                                 MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:6/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:X            District-wide:       Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                                 Primary College:
                                                                        Maintenance Date:

Current Program Title:Aerospace Manufacturing Technology

PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:AAS/Aerospace Manufacturing Technology/3774
Total Credits:76
Overall G.P.A.:2.0
CIPS Code:15.0801
Program Availability:                  From:                           To:


Description: The associate in applied science (AAS) degree in aerospace manufacturing technology is designed to prepare
students for employment in the aerospace industry. Graduates of this program will gain training and skills in manufacturing,
production manufacturing, heating, ventilation and air conditioning, statistical process control, electronic repair and service,
and computer applications. Graduates will be employed by Allied Signal and other aerospace industry employers. The skills
gained in this program will enable graduates to gain employment in other related disciplines, including the electronic and
environmental control fields.


Program Outline

Program Notes:          Students must earn a grade of “C” or better in all courses within the program.
                        + indicates course has prerequisite and/or corequisites.

Admission Criteria:     Acceptance to the program.

Program Prerequisites: None.




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Proposal Development Type:OPM                                     Award Type/Major Code:AAS/3774
Development Date:4/7/04                                           Initiator:Clyde Perry
Initiating College:GW                                             Instructional Design Facilitator:Diane Dietz
Effective First Year Term:20046                                   Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:5/24/04-5/27/04                            MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:6/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:X        District-wide:      Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                            Primary College:
                                                                   Maintenance Date:

Current Program Title:Aerospace Manufacturing Technology

PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:AAS/Aerospace Manufacturing Technology/3774
Total Credits:76
Overall G.P.A.:2.0
CIPS Code:15.0801
Program Availability:                  From:                           To:

(AAS/Aerospace Manufacturing Technology/3774 continued)

Required Courses: Credits: 54

            BPC114AE                Excel: Level I                                             1
            CIS126AA                UNIX Operating System: Level I                             1
+           CIS126BA                UNIX Operating System: Level II                            1
+           DFT252AA                Computer Aided Drafting I: AUTOCAD                         3
            GTC106                  Industrial Safety                                          2
+           FAC186                  Electro-Mechanical Devices                                 3
+           HVA105                  Electricity for Industry                                   3
+           HVA105LL                Electricity for Industry Lab                               1
            HVA214                  Instrumentation                                            3
            LRS105                  Leadership for Citizenship                                 1
+           MET102                  Machine Processes, Theory and Application                  5
            MET107                  Technical Mathematics I                                    3
+           MET108                  Technical Mathematics II                                   3
            MET114 109              Machine Trades Print Reading                               3
            MET110                  Survey of Manufacturing Materials                          1
+           MET122 112              Inspection Techniques                                      3
            MET138 116              Total Quality Systems in Manufacturing                     3
            MET124                  Statistical Process Control for Technicians                2
+           MET126                  Analyst Level Statistical Process Control                  2
+           MET203                  Machine tools                                              5
+           MET260                  Tooling and Fixturing                                      3
            TQM230                  Teamwork Dynamics                                          2


Restricted Electives: None.


Free Electives: None.




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Proposal Development Type:OPM                                      Award Type/Major Code:AAS/3774
Development Date:4/7/04                                            Initiator:Clyde Perry
Initiating College:GW                                              Instructional Design Facilitator:Diane Dietz
Effective First Year Term:20046                                    Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:5/24/04-5/27/04                             MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:6/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:X         District-wide:      Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                             Primary College:
                                                                    Maintenance Date:

Current Program Title:Aerospace Manufacturing Technology

PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:AAS/Aerospace Manufacturing Technology/3774
Total Credits:76
Overall G.P.A.:2.0
CIPS Code:15.0801
Program Availability:                  From:                           To:


(AAS/Aerospace Manufacturing Technology/3774 continued)


General Studies: Credits: 22

        CORE                      Credits: 12

        First-Year
+       Composition               ENG101 First-Year Composition (3) AND
+                                 ENG111 Technical Writing (3)                                        6

        Oral
        Communication             COM100 Introduction to Human Communication                          3

        Critical
+       Reading                   CRE111 Critical Reading for Business and Industry (3) OR
                                  Equivalent by Assessment                                            3

+       Mathematics               Met by MET107 in Required Courses Area                              0

        DISTRIBUTION              Credits: 10

        Humanities/
        Fine Arts                 HUM101 General Humanities                                           3

        Social/
        Behavioral
        Sciences                  SOC101 Introduction to Sociology                                    3

        Natural
+       Sciences                  PHY101 Introduction to Physics                                      4




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Proposal Development Type:OPM                                     Award Type/Major Code:CCL/5595
Development Date:4/2/04                                           Initiator:Kritina Mohr
Initiating College:GW                                             Instructional Design Facilitator:Diane Dietz
Effective First Year Term:20046                                   Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:5/24/04-5/27/04                            MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:6/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific: District-wide:             Shared:X
Participating Colleges:GW, RS                                     Primary College:GW
                                                                  Maintenance Date:5/12/04, 5/18/04
Current Program Title: Construction Management

PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:CCL/Construction Management/5595
Total Credits:18
Overall G.P.A.:2.0
CIPS Code: 46.0499
Program Availability:                  From:                                      To:


Description: The program is designed to train and upgrade skills of people working in the construction industry as foremen,
supervisors, construction business owners, and construction superintendents. Training is included in the areas of leadership
and motivation, oral and written communications, problem solving, contract law and documents, planning and scheduling, cost
awareness and production control, project safety and improvement. The skills acquired in this program can be applied to work
in highway departments, engineering and architectural firms, and material sales firms, as well as the construction industry.


Program Outline:

Program Notes:              Students must earn a grade of “C” or better in all courses within the program
                            + indicates course has prerequisite and/or corequisites

Admission Criteria: None.

Program Prerequisites: None.

Required Courses: Credits: 12

        BPC110                Computer Usage and Applications                                      3
        IND135                Leadership in Construction                                           1
        IND136                Communications in Construction                                       1
        IND137                Problem Solving in Construction                                      1
        IND138                Construction Project Management                                      1
        IND140                Construction Planning and Scheduling                                 1
        IND141                Cost Control in Construction                                         1
        IND142                Construction Safety/Loss Prevention                                  1
        IND143                Construction Law                                                     1
        IND144                Improving Construction Productivity                                  1




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Proposal Development Type:OPM                                   Award Type/Major Code:CCL/5595
Development Date:4/2/04                                         Initiator:Kritina Mohr
Initiating College:GW                                           Instructional Design Facilitator:Diane Dietz
Effective First Year Term:20046                                 Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:5/24/04-5/27/04                          MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:6/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific: District-wide:           Shared:X
Participating Colleges:GW, RS                                   Primary College:GW
                                                                Maintenance Date:5/12/04, 5/18/04
Current Program Title: Construction Management

PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:CCL/Construction Management/5595
Total Credits:18
Overall G.P.A.:2.0
CIPS Code: 46.0499
Program Availability:                  From:                                   To:


(CCL/Construction Management/5595 continued)


Restricted Electives: Credits: 6
         Note: Students should select 5 credits from the following courses. Students should select any 3-credit hour
         course for a total of 6 credits from the following prefixes.

        CPD102AS            Conflict Resolution                                                2
        COM110              Interpersonal Communication                                        3
        PGR120AE            Elements of Agency Management: Written Communication Skills        1
        SPA115              Beginning Spanish Conversation I                                   3
        MGT229              Management and Leadership I                                        3
        MGT251              Human Relations in Business                                        3
        ACC                 Any ACC course(s)                                                  3
        ECN                 Any ECN course(s)                                                  3
        GBS                 Any GBS course(s)                                                  3
        MGT                 Any MGT course(s)                                                  3
        PSY                 Any PSY course(s)                                                  3
        SOC                 Any SOC course(s)                                                  3
        SPA                 Any SPA course(s)                                                  3


Free Electives: None.


General Education: None.




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                         MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPM                                     Award Type/Major Code:CCL/5194
Development Date:2/28/04                                          Initiator:Stephanie Dillard
Initiating College:GW                                             Instructional Design Facilitator:Diane Dietz
Effective First Year Term:20046                                   Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:5/24/04-5/27/04                            MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:6/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:X District-wide:            Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                           Primary College:
                                                                  Maintenance Date:5/18/04
Current Program Title:Court Reporting

PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:CCL/Court Reporting Realtime Reporting-Judicial/5194
Total Credits:69 67
Overall G.P.A.:2.0
CIPS Code:52.0405
Program Availability:                  From:                           To:


Description: Court reporting is an expanding profession that offers excellent employment opportunities for both men and
women. The work is interesting and challenging. Court reporters work for the government, courts, large business
corporations, freelance reporting agencies, and television stations.

GateWay Community College is one of the few community colleges across the nation to offer a National Court Reporters
Association approved court reporting program which includes Realtime machine shorthand, computer theory, speed
development, transcription, court practice and overview in video application. Upon completion of the program, students
will be qualified to enter the court reporting profession subject to any and all state requirements. In addition, students
are assisted in preparing for the National Court Reporters Association Certificate of Proficiency and Certificate of Merit
Examination.

Students whose personal interests and needs can be met by concentration on a core program of Court Reporting courses and who
do not wish an A associate in A applied S science may receive a certificate after completion of the courses 69 credits listed.

Program Outline:

Program Notes:              Students must earn a grade of “C” or better in all courses within the program
                            + indicates course has prerequisite and/or corequisites

Admission Criteria: None.

Program Prerequisites: Credits: 1-3

        45 wpm typing speed.
        ENGLISH ASSESSMENT - Eligibility for ENG101 First-Year Composition or permission of department/division. AND
        Transcript(s) of high school graduation OR Equivalent must be on file in the Admissions and Records Office.

        Any student not meeting the prerequisite typing speed of 45 wpm may choose from the following
        courses to assist in attaining the required skill level for program entry:
+       OAS100           Computer Typing: Review (2) OR Equivalent
        OAS101           Computer Typing I: Keyboarding and Formatting (3) OR Equivalent
+       OAS103AA Computer Typing: Skill Building I (1) OR Equivalent
+       OAS102           Computer Typing II: Document Production (3) OR Equivalent                    1-3

Special mini-sessions for speed development/maintenance are available to court reporting students. Students
should enroll in CTR208 for this purpose.)


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          OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES
                         MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPM                                 Award Type/Major Code:CCL/5194
Development Date:2/28/04                                      Initiator:Stephanie Dillard
Initiating College:GW                                         Instructional Design Facilitator:Diane Dietz
Effective First Year Term:20046                               Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:5/24/04-5/27/04                        MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:6/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:X District-wide:        Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                       Primary College:
                                                              Maintenance Date:5/18/04
Current Program Title:Court Reporting

PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:CCL/Court Reporting Realtime Reporting-Judicial/5194
Total Credits:69 67
Overall G.P.A.:2.0
CIPS Code:52.0405
Program Availability:                  From:                           To:


(CCL/Court Reporting/5194 continued)

Required Courses: Credits: 69 67

+       LAS101           Introduction to Law                                                         3
+       OAS103AA         Computer Typing: Skill Building I                                           1
        (OAS103AA may be waived if the student can pass two 5-minute typing tests each at 60 net
        wpm with a maximum of five errors.)

+       BPC/OAS135DD       Word Perfect: Level I (2) OR
+       BPC/OAS135DK       Word: Level I (2)                                                         2
        OAS108             Business English                                                          3
        OAS181             Medical Office: Vocabulary (3) OR
        HLR170             Medical Terminology for Allied Health                                     3
+       CTR RTR101         Computer Compatible Realtime Machine Shorthand I                          6
+       CTR RTR102         Computer Compatible Realtime Machine Shorthand II                         6
+       CTR RTR197         Court Realtime Reporting Lab                                              0
+       CTR RTR201         Court Realtime Reporting I (6) OR
+       CTR RTR201AA       Court Realtime Reporting I: Literary (2) AND
+       CTR RTR201AB       Court Realtime Reporting I: Jury Charge (2) AND
+       CTR RTR201AC       Court Realtime Reporting I: Question and Answer Question/Answer (2)       6
+       CTR RTR202         Court Realtime Reporting II (6) OR
+       CTR RTR202AA       Court Realtime Reporting II: Literary (2) AND
+       CTR RTR202AB       Court Realtime Reporting II: Jury Charge (2) AND
+       CTR RTR202AC       Court Realtime Reporting II: Question and Answer Question/Answer (2)      6
+       CTR RTR203         Court Realtime Reporting III (6) OR
+       CTR RTR203AA       Court Realtime Reporting III: Literary (2) AND
+       CTR RTR203AB       Court Realtime Reporting III: Jury Charge (2) AND
+       CTRRTR203AC        Court Realtime Reporting III: Question and Answer Question/Answer (2)     6
+       CTRRTR204          Court Realtime Reporting IV (6) OR
+       CTRRTR204AA        Court Realtime Reporting IV: Literary (2) AND
+       CTRRTR204AB        Court Realtime Reporting IV: Jury Charge (2) AND
+       CTRRTR204AC        Court Realtime Reporting IV: Question and Answer Question/Answer (2)      6
+       CTRRTR205          Court Realtime Reporting V (6) OR
+       CTRRTR205AA        Court Realtime Reporting V: Literary (2) AND
+       CTRRTR205AB        Court Realtime Reporting V: Jury Charge (2) AND
+       CTRRTR205AC        Court Realtime Reporting V: Question and Answer Question/Answer (2)       6

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                         MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPM                                 Award Type/Major Code:CCL/5194
Development Date:2/28/04                                      Initiator:Stephanie Dillard
Initiating College:GW                                         Instructional Design Facilitator:Diane Dietz
Effective First Year Term:20046                               Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:5/24/04-5/27/04                        MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:6/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:X District-wide:        Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                       Primary College:
                                                              Maintenance Date:5/18/04
Current Program Title:Court Reporting

PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:CCL/Court Reporting Realtime Reporting-Judicial/5194
Total Credits:69 67
Overall G.P.A.:2.0
CIPS Code:52.0405
Program Availability:                  From:                           To:


(CCL/Court Reporting/5194 continued)
(Required Courses continued)

+       CTRRTR206             Court Realtime Reporting VI (6) OR
+       CTRRTR206AA           Court Realtime Reporting VI: Literary (2) AND
+       CTRRTR206AB           Court Realtime Reporting VI: Jury Charge (2) AND
+       CTRRTR206AC           Court Realtime Reporting VI: Question and Answer Question/Answer (2)   6
+       CTRRTR209             Court Judicial Procedures for Realtime Reporting                       3
+       CTRRTR211             Court Practice Judicial Internship                                   3 1
+       CTRRTR215             Computer-Aided Transcription                                           3


Restricted Electives: None.


Free Electives: None.


General Education: None.




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                         MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPM                                     Award Type/Major Code:AAS/3194
Development Date:2/29/04                                          Initiator:Stephanie Dillard
Initiating College:GW                                             Instructional Design Facilitator:Diane Dietz
Effective First Year Term:20046                                   Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:5/24/04-5/27/04                            MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:6/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:X District-wide:            Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                           Primary College:
                                                                  Maintenance Date:5/18/04
Current Program Title:Court Reporting

PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:AAS/Court Reporting Realtime Reporting-Judicial/3194
Total Credits:93 91
Overall G.P.A.:2.0
CIPS Code:52.0405
Program Availability:                  From:                           To:


Description: Court reporting is an expanding profession, which that offers excellent employment opportunities for both men and
women. The work is interesting and challenging. Court reporters work for the government, courts, large business corporations,
freelance reporting agencies, and television stations.

Very few colleges are prepared to train court reporters. GateWay Community College is one of the few community colleges across
the nation to offer a National Court Reporters Association approved court reporting program which includes Real Time Realtime
machine shorthand, computer theory, speed development, transcription, court practice and overview in video application. Upon
completion of the first two semesters, the speed building courses are modularized to enable students to progress at their own pace.
Upon completion of the program, students will be qualified to enter the court reporting profession subject to any and all state
requirements. In addition, students are assisted in preparing for the National Court Reporters Association Certificate of Proficiency
and Certificate of Merit Examination.


Program Outline:

Program Notes:              Students must earn a grade of “C” or better in all courses within the program
                            + indicates course has prerequisite and/or corequisites

Admission Criteria: None.

Program Prerequisites: Credits: 1-3

         45 wpm typing speed.
         ENGLISH ASSESSMENT - Eligibility for ENG101 First-Year Composition or permission of department/division.
         Transcript(s) of high school graduation or
         Equivalent must be on file in the Admissions and Records Office.

         Any student not meeting the prerequisite typing speed of 45 wpm may choose from the following
         courses to assist in attaining the required skill level for program entry:
+        OAS100           Computer Typing: Review (2) OR Equivalent
         OAS101           Computer Typing I: Keyboarding and Formatting (3) OR Equivalent
+        OAS103AA Computer Typing: Skill Building I (1) OR Equivalent
+        OAS102           Computer Typing II: Document Production (3) OR Equivalent                    1-3

Special mini-sessions for speed development/maintenance are available to court reporting students. Students
should enroll in CTR 208 for this purpose.)


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          OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES
                         MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPM                                 Award Type/Major Code:AAS/3194
Development Date:2/29/04                                      Initiator:Stephanie Dillard
Initiating College:GW                                         Instructional Design Facilitator:Diane Dietz
Effective First Year Term:20046                               Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:5/24/04-5/27/04                        MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:6/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:X District-wide:        Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                       Primary College:
                                                              Maintenance Date:5/18/04
Current Program Title:Court Reporting

PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:AAS/Court Reporting Realtime Reporting-Judicial/3194
Total Credits:93 91
Overall G.P.A.:2.0
CIPS Code:52.0405
Program Availability:                  From:                           To:


(AAS/Court Reporting/3194 continued)

Required Courses: Credits: 69 67

+       BPC/OAS135DD Word Perfect: Level I (2) OR
+       BPC/OAS135DK Word: Level I (2)                                                               2
+       LAS101           Introduction to Law                                                         3
+       OAS103AA         Computer Typing: Skill Building I                                           1
        (OAS103AA may be waived if the student can pass two 5-minute typing tests each at 60 net
        wpm with a maximum of five errors.)

        OAS108             Business English                                                          3
        OAS181             Medical Office: Vocabulary (3) OR
        HLR170             Medical Terminology for Allied Health                                     3
+       CTR RTR101         Computer Compatible Realtime Machine Shorthand I                          6
+       CTR RTR102         Computer Compatible Realtime Machine Shorthand II                         6
+       CTR RTR197         Court Realtime Reporting Lab                                              0
+       CTR RTR201         Court Realtime Reporting I (6) OR
+       CTR RTR201AA       Court Realtime Reporting I: Literary (2) AND
+       CTR RTR201AB       Court Realtime Reporting I: Jury Charge (2) AND
+       CTR RTR201AC       Court Realtime Reporting I: Question and Answer Question/Answer (2)       6
+       CTR RTR202         Court Realtime Reporting II (6) OR
+       CTR RTR202AA       Court Realtime Reporting II: Literary (2) AND
+       CTR RTR202AB       Court Realtime Reporting II: Jury Charge (2) AND
+       CTR RTR202AC       Court Realtime Reporting II: Question and Answer Question/Answer (2)      6
+       CTR RTR203         Court Realtime Reporting III (6) OR
+       CTR RTR203AA       Court Realtime Reporting III: Literary (2) AND
+       CTR RTR203AB       Court Realtime Reporting III: Jury Charge (2) AND
+       CTRRTR203AC        Court Realtime Reporting III: Question and Answer Question/Answer (2)     6
+       CTRRTR204          Court Realtime Reporting IV (6) OR
+       CTRRTR204AA        Court Realtime Reporting IV: Literary (2) AND
+       CTRRTR204AB        Court Realtime Reporting IV: Jury Charge (2) AND
+       CTRRTR204AC        Court Realtime Reporting IV: Question and Answer Question/Answer (2)      6
+       CTRRTR205          Court Realtime Reporting V (6) OR
+       CTRRTR205AA        Court Realtime Reporting V: Literary (2) AND
+       CTRRTR205AB        Court Realtime Reporting V: Jury Charge (2) AND
+       CTRRTR205AC        Court Realtime Reporting V: Question and Answer Question/Answer (2)       6

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                         MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPM                                 Award Type/Major Code:AAS/3194
Development Date:2/29/04                                      Initiator:Stephanie Dillard
Initiating College:GW                                         Instructional Design Facilitator:Diane Dietz
Effective First Year Term:20046                               Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:5/24/04-5/27/04                        MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:6/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:X District-wide:        Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                       Primary College:
                                                              Maintenance Date:5/18/04
Current Program Title:Court Reporting

PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:AAS/Court Reporting Realtime Reporting-Judicial/3194
Total Credits:93 91
Overall G.P.A.:2.0
CIPS Code:52.0405
Program Availability:                  From:                           To:


(AAS/Court Reporting/3194 continued)
(Required Courses continued)

+       CTRRTR206             Court Realtime Reporting VI (6) OR
+       CTRRTR206AA           Court Realtime Reporting VI: Literary (2) AND
+       CTRRTR206AB           Court Realtime Reporting VI: Jury Charge (2) AND
+       CTRRTR206AC           Court Realtime Reporting VI: Question and Answer Question/Answer (2)   6
+       CTRRTR209             Court Judicial Procedures for Realtime Reporting                       3
+       CTRRTR211             Court Practice Judicial Internship                                   3 1
+       CTRRTR215             Computer-Aided Transcription                                           3


Restricted Electives: None.


Free Electives: None.




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                         MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPM                                  Award Type/Major Code:AAS/3194
Development Date:2/29/04                                       Initiator:Stephanie Dillard
Initiating College:GW                                          Instructional Design Facilitator:Diane Dietz
Effective First Year Term:20046                                Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:5/24/04-5/27/04                         MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:6/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:X District-wide:         Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                        Primary College:
                                                               Maintenance Date:5/18/04
Current Program Title:Court Reporting

PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:AAS/Court Reporting Realtime Reporting-Judicial/3194
Total Credits:93 91
Overall G.P.A.:2.0
CIPS Code:52.0405
Program Availability:                  From:                           To:


(AAS/Court Reporting/3194 continued)

General Studies: Credits: 24

        CORE Credits: 15

        First Year Composition
        +        ENG101           First-Year Composition (3) AND
        +        ENG102           First-Year Composition (3) OR
        +        ENG111           Technical Writing (3)                                               6

        Oral Communication
                COM100            Introduction to Human Communication (3) OR
                COM110            Interpersonal Communication (3)
                COM100AA          Introduction to Human Communication (1) AND
                COM100AB          Introduction to Human Communication (1) AND
                COM100AC          Introduction to Human Communication (1)                             3

        Critical Reading
        +         CRE101          Critical and Evaluative Reading I (3) OR
        +         CRE111          Critical Reading for Business and Industry (3)
                                  Equivalent by Assessment                                            3

        Mathematics
        +      MAT102             Mathematical Concepts/Applications (3) OR
                                  Equivalent by Assessment OR
                                  Satisfactory completion of a higher mathematics course              3

        DISTRIBUTION Credits: 9

        Humanities and Fine Arts
               Any approved general studies course from the Humanities and Fine Arts area             2

        Social and Behavioral Sciences
                 PSY101           Introduction to Psychology                                          3

        Natural Sciences
        +        BIO160           Introduction to Human Anatomy and Physiology                        4
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                           MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPM                                      Award Type/Major Code:CCL/5428
Development Date:3/31/04                                           Initiator:Kritina Mohr
Initiating College:GW                                              Instructional Design Facilitator:Diane Dietz
Effective First Year Term:20046                                    Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:5/24/04-5/27/04                             MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:6/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:X        District-wide:      Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                            Primary College:
                                                                   Maintenance Date:5/18/04
Current Program Title:Electricity

PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:CCL/Electricity/5428
Total Credits:40-45 40-43.0
Overall G.P.A.:2.0
CIPS Code:46.0302
Program Availability:                  From:                                       To:


Description: Student are admitted to this program only through the Phoenix Electrical Joint Apprenticeship Training
Committee or the Independent Electrical Contractors Association or the Arizona Builders’ Alliance selection process.

This certificate program is designed to provide knowledge and skills in the electrical building trade. These include use of
tools, installation of circuitry, equipment, and special service systems, reading blueprints, and a basic understanding of
electronics and electronic devices.


Program Outline:

Program Notes:               Students must earn a grade of “C” or better in all courses within the program
                             + indicates course has prerequisite and/or corequisites

Admission Criteria:          Student are admitted to this program through: Phoenix Electrical Joint Apprenticeship
                             Training Committee or the Independent Electrical Contractors Association or Arizona
                             Builders’ Alliance selection process.

Program Prerequisites: None.

Required Courses:              Credits:40-45 40-43.0

       Electricity - Phoenix Electrical Joint Apprenticeship Training Committee: Credits: 40
+        ELA111             Construction Electricity I                                                       4
+        ELA112             Construction Electricity II                                                      4
+        ELA123             Construction Electricity III                                                     4
+        ELA124             Construction Electricity IV                                                      4
+        ELA235             Advanced Construction Electricity I                                              4
+        ELA236             Advanced Construction Electricity II                                             4
+        ELA247             Advanced Construction Electricity III                                            4
+        ELA248             Advanced Construction Electricity IV                                             4
+        ELA252             Advanced Construction Electricity V                                              4
+        ELA253             Advanced Construction Electricity VI                                             4

       OR




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                           MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPM                                     Award Type/Major Code:CCL/5428
Development Date:3/31/04                                          Initiator:Kritina Mohr
Initiating College:GW                                             Instructional Design Facilitator:Diane Dietz
Effective First Year Term:20046                                   Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:5/24/04-5/27/04                            MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:6/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:X      District-wide:       Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                           Primary College:
                                                                  Maintenance Date:5/18/04
Current Program Title:Electricity

PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:CCL/Electricity/5428
Total Credits:40-45 40-43.0
Overall G.P.A.:2.0
CIPS Code:46.0302
Program Availability:                  From:                                       To:


(CCL/Electricity/5248 continued)
(Required Courses continued)


       Electricity - Independent Electrical Contractors Association: Credits: 40
+        IEC101             Basic Electricity                                                               5
+        IEC102             Electrical Residential                                                          5
+        IEC103             Electrical A/C and D/C                                                          5
+        IEC104             Wiring Motors and Transformers                                                  5
+        IEC105             Electric Blueprint Reading                                                      5
+        IEC106             Electric Motor Controls                                                         5
+        IEC107             Electronics and Controls                                                        5
+        IEC108             Alarm Systems and Codes                                                         5

       OR

       Electricity - Arizona Builders’ Alliance: Credits: 45 43.0
         ABA102             Electrical Fundamentals                                                         2 1
         ABA103             Hand Bending of Electrical Conduit                                              1 0.5
         ABA104             Raceways, Boxes, Fittings Anchors/Supports                                      1.5
+        ABA130             Installation of Electrical Services                                             1
+        ABA150             Advanced Calculations for Electricians                                          1.5
+        ABA201             Overcurrent Protection                                                          0.5 1
+        ABA202             Conductor Selection and Calculations                                            1
+        ABA203             Load Calculations-Branch Circuits                                               1
         ABA204             Contractors and Relays                                                          1
+        ABA251             High Voltage Termination and Splicing                                           1
+        ABA252             Load Calculations Feeder and Services                                           1
+        ABA253             Motor Maintenance-Part 2                                                        1
+        ABA254             Advanced Motors Controls                                                        1.5
+        ABA255             Commercial, Industrial and Specialty Lighting                                   1.5 0.5
+        ABA256             Fire Alarm Systems                                                              1
+        ABA257             Specialty Transformers and Emergency Systems                                    1 2
         ABC118             OSHA Standards and Regulations                                                  1.5
+        ABC120             Basic Calculations for Construction                                             1.5
         ABC121             Introduction to Hand and Power Tools                                            1
         ABC122             Rigging Safety and Equipment                                                    1



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                          MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPM                                   Award Type/Major Code:CCL/5428
Development Date:3/31/04                                        Initiator:Kritina Mohr
Initiating College:GW                                           Instructional Design Facilitator:Diane Dietz
Effective First Year Term:20046                                 Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:5/24/04-5/27/04                          MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:6/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:X      District-wide:     Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                         Primary College:
                                                                Maintenance Date:5/18/04
Current Program Title:Electricity

PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:CCL/Electricity/5428
Total Credits:40-45 40-43.0
Overall G.P.A.:2.0
CIPS Code:46.0302
Program Availability:                  From:                                   To:


(CCL/Electricity/5248 continued)
(Required Courses continued)


+        ABC123              Introduction to Blueprints                                                   1
+        ABC124              Conduit Bending                                                              1
+        ABC127              Electrical Wiring and Blueprints                                             1.5
+        ABC129              Electrical Boxes and Fittings                                                0.5
+        ABC130              Conductor Installation/Termination                                           1
+        ABC131              Cable Tray Installation                                                      1
+        ABC132              Circuit Breakers and Fuses                                                   1 0.5
+        ABC142              Alternating Current                                                          1.5 1
+        ABC143              Motors: Theory and Application                                               1 2
+        ABC144              Grounding                                                                    1
+        ABC221              Motors and Motor Controls                                                    3
+        ABC222              Hazardous Locations-Electrical                                               0.5 1
+        ABC223              Electrical Distribution Systems                                              2 1.5
+        ABC224              Electricity of HVAC Systems                                                  1
+        ABC226              Raceways, Wiring Devices, Boxes and Fittings                                 1 1.5
+        ABC265              Welding Machines                                                             0.5
+        ABC266              Basic Electronic Theory                                                      1 0.5
+        ABC269              HVAC Controls and Heat Tracing                                               1
+        MAT103AA            Mathematics for Industrial Applications I                                    2
+        MAT103AB            Mathematics for Industrial Applications II                                   2


Restricted Electives: None.


Free Electives: None.


General Education: None.




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                          MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPM                                     Award Type/Major Code:AAS/3428
Development Date:4/1/04                                           Initiator:Kritina Mohr
Initiating College:GW                                             Instructional Design Facilitator:Diane Dietz
Effective First Year Term:20046                                   Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:5/24/04-5/27/04                            MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:6/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:X District-wide:            Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                           Primary College:
                                                                  Maintenance Date:5/18/04
Current Program Title:Electricity

PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:AAS/Electricity/3428
Total Credits:70-76 70-74
Overall G.P.A.:2.0
CIPS Code:46.0302
Program Availability:                  From:                                      To:


Description: The associate degree program is designed to provide the student with general education knowledge including
communication skills and liberal arts concepts in addition to trade skills. Students completing the associate degree will be
better prepared to advance on the career ladder.


Program Outline:

Program Notes:             Students must earn a grade of “C” or better in all courses within the program
                           + indicates course has prerequisite and/or corequisites

Admission Criteria:        Student are admitted to this program through: Phoenix Electrical Joint Apprenticeship Training
                           Committee or the Independent Electrical Contractors Association or Arizona Builders’ Alliance
                           selection process.

Program Prerequisites:     None.

Required Courses:          Credits:40-45 40-43

      Electricity - Phoenix Electrical Joint Apprenticeship Training Committee: Credits: 40
+       ELA111             Construction Electricity I                                                        4
+       ELA112             Construction Electricity II                                                       4
+       ELA123             Construction Electricity III                                                      4
+       ELA124             Construction Electricity IV                                                       4
+       ELA235             Advanced Construction Electricity I                                               4
+       ELA236             Advanced Construction Electricity II                                              4
+       ELA247             Advanced Construction Electricity III                                             4
+       ELA248             Advanced Construction Electricity IV                                              4
+       ELA252             Advanced Construction Electricity V                                               4
+       ELA253             Advanced Construction Electricity VI                                              4

      OR




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                          MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPM                                    Award Type/Major Code:AAS/3428
Development Date:4/1/04                                          Initiator:Kritina Mohr
Initiating College:GW                                            Instructional Design Facilitator:Diane Dietz
Effective First Year Term:20046                                  Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:5/24/04-5/27/04                           MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:6/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:X District-wide:           Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                          Primary College:
                                                                 Maintenance Date:5/18/04
Current Program Title:Electricity

PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:AAS/Electricity/3428
Total Credits:70-76 70-74
Overall G.P.A.:2.0
CIPS Code:46.0302
Program Availability:                  From:                                      To:

(AAS/Electricity/3428 continued)
(Required Courses continued)

      Electricity - Independent Electrical Contractors Association: Credits: 40
+       IEC101             Basic Electricity                                                           5
+       IEC102             Electrical Residential                                                      5
+       IEC103             Electrical A/C and D/C                                                      5
+       IEC104             Wiring Motors and Transformers                                              5
+       IEC105             Electric Blueprint Reading                                                  5
+       IEC106             Electric Motor Controls                                                     5
+       IEC107             Electronics and Controls                                                    5
+       IEC108             Alarm Systems and Codes                                                     5

      OR

      Electricity - Arizona Builders’ Alliance: Credits: 45 43
        ABA102             Electrical Fundamentals                                                     2 1
        ABA103             Hand Bending of Electrical Conduit                                          1 0.5
        ABA104             Raceways, Boxes, Fittings Anchors/Supports                                  1.5
+       ABA130             Installation of Electrical Services                                         1
+       ABA150             Advanced Calculations for Electricians                                      1.5
+       ABA201             Overcurrent Protection                                                      0.5 1
+       ABA202             Conductor Selection and Calculations                                        1
+       ABA203             Load Calculations-Branch Circuits                                           1
        ABA204             Contractors and Relays                                                      1
+       ABA251             High Voltage Termination and Splicing                                       1
+       ABA252             Load Calculations Feeder and Services                                       1
+       ABA253             Motor Maintenance-Part 2                                                    1
+       ABA254             Advanced Motors Controls                                                    1.5
+       ABA255             Commercial, Industrial and Specialty Lighting                               1.5 0.5
+       ABA256             Fire Alarm Systems                                                          1
+       ABA257             Specialty Transformers and Emergency Systems                                1 2
        ABC118             OSHA Standards and Regulations                                              1.5
+       ABC120             Basic Calculations for Construction                                         1.5
        ABC121             Introduction to Hand and Power Tools                                        1
        ABC122             Rigging Safety and Equipment                                                1
+       ABC123             Introduction to Blueprints                                                  1
+       ABC124             Conduit Bending                                                             1
+       ABC127             Electrical Wiring and Blueprints                                            1.5

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                         MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPM                                   Award Type/Major Code:AAS/3428
Development Date:4/1/04                                         Initiator:Kritina Mohr
Initiating College:GW                                           Instructional Design Facilitator:Diane Dietz
Effective First Year Term:20046                                 Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:5/24/04-5/27/04                          MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:6/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:X District-wide:          Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                         Primary College:
                                                                Maintenance Date:5/18/04
Current Program Title:Electricity

PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:AAS/Electricity/3428
Total Credits:70-76 70-74
Overall G.P.A.:2.0
CIPS Code:46.0302
Program Availability:                  From:                                  To:

(AAS/Electricity/3428 continued)
(Required Courses continued)


+        ABC129              Electrical Boxes and Fittings                                            0.5
+        ABC130              Conductor Installation/Termination                                       1
+        ABC131              Cable Tray Installation                                                  1
+        ABC132              Circuit Breakers and Fuses                                               1 0.5
+        ABC142              Alternating Current                                                      1.5 1
+        ABC143              Motors: Theory and Application                                           1 2
+        ABC144              Grounding                                                                1
+        ABC221              Motors and Motor Controls                                                3
+        ABC222              Hazardous Locations-Electrical                                           0.5 1
+        ABC223              Electrical Distribution Systems                                          2 1.5
+        ABC224              Electricity of HVAC Systems                                              1
+        ABC226              Raceways, Wiring Devices, Boxes and Fittings                             1 1.5
+        ABC265              Welding Machines                                                         0.5
+        ABC266              Basic Electronic Theory                                                  1 0.5
+        ABC269              HVAC Controls and Heat Tracing                                           1
+        MAT103AA            Mathematics for Industrial Applications I                                2
+        MAT103AB            Mathematics for Industrial Applications II                               2


Restricted Electives: None.


Free Electives: Credits: 6




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          OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES
                         MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPM                                 Award Type/Major Code:AAS/3428
Development Date:4/1/04                                       Initiator:Kritina Mohr
Initiating College:GW                                         Instructional Design Facilitator:Diane Dietz
Effective First Year Term:20046                               Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:5/24/04-5/27/04                        MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:6/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:X District-wide:        Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                       Primary College:
                                                              Maintenance Date:5/18/04
Current Program Title:Electricity

PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:AAS/Electricity/3428
Total Credits:70-76 70-74
Overall G.P.A.:2.0
CIPS Code:46.0302
Program Availability:                  From:                                 To:

(AAS/Electricity/3428 continued)

General Studies:               Credits: 24-25

        CORE                   Credits: 15

        First Year Composition
        +        ENG101 First-Year Composition (3) AND
        +        ENG102 First-Year Composition (3) OR
        +        ENG111 Technical Writing (3)                                                          6

        Oral Communication
                COM100 Introduction to Human Communication (3) OR
                COM110 Interpersonal Communication (3) OR
        +       COM230 Small Group Communication (3)                                                  3

        Critical Reading
        +         CRE111 Critical Reading for Business and Industry (3) OR
                  Equivalent by Assessment                                                            3

        Mathematics
        +      MAT122 Intermediate Algebra (3) OR Equivalent by Assessment                            3


        DISTRIBUTION                Credits: 9-10

        Humanities and Fine Arts
               Any approved general studies course from the Humanities and Fine Arts area            2-3

        Social and Behavioral Sciences
                 Any approved general studies course from the Social and Behavioral Sciences area      3

        Natural Sciences
                 Any approved general studies course from the Natural Sciences area                    4




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          OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES
                         MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPM                                     Award Type/Major Code:CCL/5255
Development Date:4/7/04                                           Initiator:Carl Wargula
Initiating College:GW                                             Instructional Design Facilitator:Diane Dietz
Effective First Year Term:20046                                   Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:5/24/04-5/27/04                            MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:6/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:X District-wide:            Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                           Primary College:
                                                                  Maintenance Date:5/18/04
Current Program Title: Manufacturing Technology

PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:CCL/Manufacturing Technology Productivity/5255
Total Credits:43 40
Overall G.P.A.:2.0
CIPS Code: 15.0603
Program Availability:                  From:                          To:

Description: GateWay Community College has developed a program to develop skills for the performance of various
manufacturing operations related to product fabrication and machining. Courses include concepts of various machines, tools,
techniques, and processes of manufacturing will be studied. Also included in the program of study will be the required math,
drawing interpretation, and total quality leadership principles. Emphasis will be placed on skills and knowledge essential for
technicians who will be working in manufacturing cells.

The certificate program is designed for students who wish to enter the field of manufacturing as a technician. This program is
also designed for those who are currently employed in manufacturing but have an interest in becoming a technician in various
processes. The core courses offered will provide a foundation for skills required of a technician to function in a manufacturing
environment. This program will provide technical competencies in traditional manufacturing and associated technologies. The
certificate program provides additional coursework in manufacturing processes that require computer skills. Applications
include Computer Aided Drafting (CAD), Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAM), and Total Quality Leadership (TQL).

Program Outline:
Program Notes:              Students must earn a grade of “C” or better in all courses within the program
                            + indicates course has prerequisite and/or corequisites

Admission Criteria: None.

Program Prerequisites: None.

Required Courses: Credits: 43 40

+        MET102               Machine Processes, Theory and Application                            5
         MET/GTC107           Technical Mathematics I                                              3
         +MET/GTC108          Technical Mathematics II                                             3
         MET114 109           Machine Trades Print Reading                                         3
         MET110               Survey of Manufacturing Materials                                    1
+        MET115 111           Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing-Technologist Level            3
+        MET122 112           Inspection Techniques                                                3
         MET138 116           Total Quality Systems in Manufacturing                               3
         MET124               Statistical Process Control for Technicians                          2
         MET105 140           Computer Aided Drafting for Manufacturing                            3
+        MET203               Machine Tools                                                        5
+        MET204               Fundamentals of CNC Mill/Lathe                                       3
+        MET/GTC206           CNC Programming                                                      3
+        MET/GTC236           CAD/CAM CNC Programming                                              3

Restricted Electives: None.
Free Electives: None.
General Education: None.
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                         MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPM                                     Award Type/Major Code:AAS/3255
Development Date:4/7/04                                           Initiator:Carl Wargula
Initiating College:GW                                             Instructional Design Facilitator:Diane Dietz
Effective First Year Term:20046                                   Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:5/24/04-5/27/04                            MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:6/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:X District-wide:            Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                           Primary College:
                                                                  Maintenance Date:5/18/04
Current Program Title: Manufacturing Technology

PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:AAS/Manufacturing Technology Productivity/3255
Total Credits:76-77 73-74
Overall G.P.A.:2.0
CIPS Code: 15.0603
Program Availability:                  From:                          To:

Description: GateWay Community College has developed a program to develop skills for the performance of various
manufacturing operations related to product fabrication and machining. Courses include concepts of various machines,
tools, techniques, and processes of manufacturing will be studied. Also included in the program of study will be the
required math, drawing interpretation, and total quality leadership principles. Emphasis will be placed on skills and
knowledge essential for technicians who will be working in manufacturing cells.

Upon completion of the Associate in Applied Science Degree, a student will have acquired a working knowledge of how to
function as a technician in a manufacturing cell. The technician will perform job scheduling, process planning, product and
process analysis, cell operation and other duties typically associated with a manufacturing cell.

Program Outline:
Program Notes:              Students must earn a grade of “C” or better in all courses within the program
                            + indicates course has prerequisite and/or corequisites

Admission Criteria: None.

Program Prerequisites: None.

Required Courses: Credits: 55 52

+        MET102               Machine Processes, Theory and Application                            5
         MET/GTC107           Technical Mathematics I                                              3
+        MET/GTC108           Technical Mathematics II                                             3
         MET114 109           Machine Trades Print Reading                                         3
         MET110               Survey of Manufacturing Materials                                    1
+        MET115 111           Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing-Technologist Level            3
+        MET122 112           Inspection Techniques                                                3
         MET138 116           Total Quality Systems in Manufacturing                               3
         MET124               Statistical Process Control for Technicians                          2
         MET105 140           Computer Aided Drafting for Manufacturing                            3
+        MET203               Machine Tools                                                        5
+        MET204               Fundamentals of CNC Mill/Lathe                                       3
+        MET/GTC206           CNC Programming                                                      3
+        MET/GTC236           CAD/CAM CNC Programming                                              3
+        MET/GTC246           Advanced CAD/CAM CNC Programming                                     3
+        MET260               Tooling and Fixturing                                                3
+        MET264               Manufacturing Process Planning                                       3
+        MET268               Cellular Manufacturing Productivity Concepts                         3

Restricted Electives:         None.
Free Electives:               None.
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                         MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPM                                 Award Type/Major Code:AAS/3255
Development Date:4/7/04                                       Initiator:Carl Wargula
Initiating College:GW                                         Instructional Design Facilitator:Diane Dietz
Effective First Year Term:20046                               Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:5/24/04-5/27/04                        MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:6/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:X District-wide:        Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                       Primary College:
                                                              Maintenance Date:5/18/04
Current Program Title: Manufacturing Technology

PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:AAS/Manufacturing Technology Productivity/3255
Total Credits:76-77 73-74
Overall G.P.A.:2.0
CIPS Code: 15.0603
Program Availability:                  From:                          To:


(AAS/Manufacturing Technology/3255 continued)


General Studies: Credits: 21-22

        CORE Credits: 12

        First Year Composition
              ENG101 First-Year Composition (3) OR
        +     ENG107 First-Year Composition for ESL                                            3
        +     ENG111 Technical Writing                                                         3

        Oral Communication
             COM100 Introduction to Human Communication (3) OR
             COM100AA (1) and COM100AB (1) and COM100AC (1) OR
             COM110 Interpersonal Communication (3) OR
             COM110AA (1) and COM110AB (1) and COM110AC (1)                                    3

        Critical Reading
        +     CRE101 Critical and Evaluate Reading I (3) OR
        +     CRE111 Critical Reading for Business and Industry                                3

        Mathematics
        +   Met by MET/GTC108 in Required Courses                                              0


        DISTRIBUTION: Credits: 9-10

        Humanities/Fine Arts
            Any approved general studies course in the Humanities and Fine Arts area          2-3

        Social and Behavioral Sciences
             Any approved general studies course in the Social and Behavioral Sciences area    3

        Natural Science
             Any approved general studies course in the Natural Sciences area                  4



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                         MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPM                                     Award Type/Major Code:CCL/5411
Development Date:4/2/04                                           Initiator:Kritina Mohr
Initiating College:GW                                             Instructional Design Facilitator:Diane Dietz
Effective First Year Term:20046                                   Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:5/24/04-5/27/04                            MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:6/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:X District-wide:            Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                           Primary College:
                                                                  Maintenance Date:5/18/04
Current Program Title: Roofing

PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:CCL/Roofing/5411
Total Credits:20 25
Overall G.P.A.:2.0
CIPS Code: 46.9999
Program Availability:                  From:                                      To:


Description: This certificate program is designed to provide knowledge and skills in the roofing trade. Course work includes
four courses in roofing. Specifically, the courses train apprentices to handle tools, equipment and materials necessary to apply
roofs. Apprentices are trained in various application methods and are also trained to trouble shoot and maintain roofs. At the
end of their program, apprentices are considered to be journeymen in the roofing trade.


Program Outline:

Program Notes:              Students must earn a grade of “C” or better in all courses within the program
                            + indicates course has prerequisite and/or corequisites

Admission Criteria: None.

Program Prerequisites:      Admission to the program by the Joint Apprenticeship Committee of the United Union
                            of Roofers, Waterproofers and Allied Workers.

Required Courses: Credits: 20 25

+        ROF101                  Built-up Roofing I                                                5
+        ROF102                  Built-up Roofing II                                               5
+        ROF103                  Elasto-Plastic Roof Systems                                       5
+        ROF104                  Steep Roofing                                                     5
+        ROF105                  Single Ply Roofing                                                5


Restricted Electives: None.


Free Electives: None.


General Education: None.




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                         MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPM                                    Award Type/Major Code:CCL/5875
Development Date:4/1/04                                          Initiator:Stephanie Dillard
Initiating College:GW                                            Instructional Design Facilitator:Diane Dietz
Effective First Year Term:20046                                  Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:5/24/04-5/27/04                           MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:6/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:X District-wide:           Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                          Primary College:
                                                                 Maintenance Date:5/18/04
Current Program Title:Scoping


PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:CCL/Realtime Reporting – Scoping /5875
Total Credits:29
Overall G.P.A.:2.0
CIPS Code:52.0405
Program Availability:                  From:                           To:


Description: The Certificate of Completion (CCL) in Realtime Reporting-Scoping will provide students with the knowledge
and skill of reading machine shorthand notes and using computer-aided transcript software to work in conjunction with court
reporters in preparing text and transcripts. The curriculum provides instruction in court reporting realtime machine shorthand
theory, use of computer-aided transcription software, and court procedures. English grammar, spelling, punctuation and
proofreading, medical vocabulary, basic law and word processing skills are reinforced within the program curriculum as well.
Upon graduation, students will be able to gain employment as a scopist for court realtime reporters.


Program Outline:

Program Notes:              Students must earn a grade of “C” or better in all courses within the program
                            + indicates course has prerequisite and/or corequisites
                            Students must pass two time writings of five minutes with a minimum speed of 45 wpm in
                            order to complete this certificate.

Admission Criteria: None.

Program Prerequisites: None.

Required Courses: Credits: 29

+       BPC/OAS135DD          Word Perfect: Level I                                                         2
+       LAS101                Introduction to Law                                                           3
        OAS108                Business English                                                              3
        OAS181                Medical Office: Vocabulary                                                    3
+       CTR RTR101            Computer Compatible Realtime Machine Shorthand I                              6
+       CTR RTR102            Computer Compatible Realtime Machine Shorthand II                             6
+       CTR RTR197            Court Realtime Reporting Lab                                                  0
+       CTRRTR209             Court Judicial Procedures for Realtime Reporting                              3
+       CTRRTR215             Computer-Aided Transcription                                                  3

Restricted Electives: None.

Free Electives: None.

General Education: None.
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                         MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPM                                         Award Type/Major Code:CCL/5340
Development Date:3/31/04                                              Initiator:Susan Wallen
Initiating College:GW                                                 Instructional Design Facilitator:Diane Dietz
Effective First Year Term:20046                                       Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:5/24/04-5/27/04                                MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:6/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:X          District-wide:       Shared:             Participating Colleges:
Primary College:                                                      Maintenance Date:

Current Program Title:Surgical Technician First Assistant

PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code: CCL/Surgical Technician Technologist First Assistant Assisting/5340
Total Credits:17 25
Overall G.P.A.:2.00
CIPS Code: 51.0899
Program Availability=To:


Description: The Surgical Technician Technologist First Assistant Assisting P program provides Certified Surgical
Technologists with an opportunity to expand their roles and responsibilities to First Assistant. The First Assistant acts under the
direction of the surgeon in the operating room and assists with tissue retraction, suturing, and other functions as directed
by the surgeon. Courses include perioperative microbiology and bioscience, surgical anatomy and physiology, theory of tissue
handling, providing tissue exposure, using instruments, suturing and providing patient homeostasis in the surgical setting.

The Gateway Surgical Technician First Assistant has applied for accreditation with the Associate of Surgical Technologists
and the curriculum of the GateWay program follows the recommendation of the Association of Surgical Technologist.
Upon completion of the program, students will qualify to take the examination to be Certified as a Surgical Technician
Technologist First Assistant.


Program Outline:

Program Notes:
        (Note: Students must earn a grade of "C" or better in all courses within the program.)
        (Note: + indicates course has prerequisites and/or corequisites.)

Admission Criteria: None.

Program Prerequisites: Credits:13

l.       Application to the Program.
2.       Surgical Technologist Certification.
3.       Operating Room experience within the last 2 years.
4.       Current Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) Card.
5.       Current health and immunization records.
6.       Computer literacy.
7.       The following courses must have been completed within the last 5 years with a grade of "C" or higher.)
         BIO100              Biology Concepts (4) OR
                             Equivalent.                                                      4
         SGT217              Pharmacology for Surgical Technician                             1
+        BIO201              Human Anatomy and Physiology I                                   4
+        BIO202              Human Anatomy and Physiology II                                  4




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                         MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPM                                         Award Type/Major Code:CCL/5340
Development Date:3/31/04                                              Initiator:Susan Wallen
Initiating College:GW                                                 Instructional Design Facilitator:Diane Dietz
Effective First Year Term:20046                                       Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:5/24/04-5/27/04                                MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:6/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:X           District-wide:      Shared:             Participating Colleges:
Primary College:                                                      Maintenance Date:

Current Program Title:Surgical Technician First Assistant

PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code: CCL/Surgical Technician Technologist First Assistant Assisting/5340
Total Credits:17 25
Overall G.P.A.:2.00
CIPS Code: 51.0899
Program Availability=To:


(CCL/Surgical Technician First Assistant/5340 continued)

Required Courses: Credits: 17 25

+       BIO201                Human Anatomy and Physiology I                                 4
+       BIO202                Human Anatomy and Physiology II                                4
+       SGT250                Role Definition, Ethics and Legal Responsibilities             l
+       SGT254                Perioperative Microbiology and Bioscience                      2
+       SGT260                Surgical Anatomy, Pathophysiology (8) OR
+       SGT260AA              Fundamentals of Pathophysiology (4) AND
+       SGT260AB              Surgical Pathophysiology and Interventions (4)                 8
+       SGT265                Fundamental Skills                                             4
+       SGT268                Clinical Preceptorship                                         2


Restricted Electives: None.


Free Electives: None.


General Education: None.




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          OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES
                         MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPM                                    Award Type/Major Code:CCL/5673
Development Date:3/31/04                                         Initiator:Susan Wallen
Initiating College:GW                                            Instructional Design Facilitator:Diane Dietz
Effective First Year Term:20046                                  Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:5/24/04-5/27/04                           MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:6/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:X      District-wide:       Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                           Primary College:
                                                                 Maintenance Date:5/18/04
PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:CCL/Surgical Technology/5673
Total Credits:30 28
Overall G.P.A.:2.0
CIPS Code:51.0909
Program Availability:                  From:                                    To:


Description: The Surgical Technology program is designed for students with an interest in working in the surgical setting
and caring for patients that are undergoing a surgical procedure. Students will apply manual dexterity and knowledge of
surgical technology under the direction of a surgeon, and in conjunction with the surgical team. At the completion of the
program, graduates may seek employment in a hospital, surgical center, clinic or private physician’s office.


Program Outline

Program Notes: Students must earn a grade of “C” or better in all courses within the program.
               + indicates course has prerequisite and/or corequisites.
               Current Health Care Provider CPR card required
               Students with other related health care experiences not listed on the following Program Prerequisites options
               may request an evaluation for course competency equivalence through the Integrated Competency Assessment
               Network (ICAN) by calling 480.731.8924

Admission Criteria:    Acceptance to the program.

Program Prerequisites: Credits: 11-16.5 10.5
        Note: Students must earn a grade of “C” or better in CRE111.

        BIO160              Introduction to Human Anatomy and Physiology                         4
+       BIO201              Human Anatomy and Physiology I                                       4
        BPC100AA            Business-Personal Computers I                                      0.5
        CIS100              Internet: A Tool for Learning                                      0.5
+       CRE101              Critical and Evaluative Reading I (3) OR
+       CRE111              Critical Reading for Business and Industry OR
                            Equivalent by assessment                                            3
+       MAT092              Introductory Algebra                                                3

         Students must also select one of the following 2 options.

        Option I:

        Completion of an Associate in Applied Science degree or higher degree in a health science discipline from a
        regionally accredited institution of higher education recognized by Maricopa County Community College District.




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                         MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPM                                    Award Type/Major Code:CCL/5673
Development Date:3/31/04                                         Initiator:Susan Wallen
Initiating College:GW                                            Instructional Design Facilitator:Diane Dietz
Effective First Year Term:20046                                  Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:5/24/04-5/27/04                           MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:6/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:X      District-wide:       Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                           Primary College:
                                                                 Maintenance Date:5/18/04
PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:CCL/Surgical Technology/5673
Total Credits:30 28
Overall G.P.A.:2.0
CIPS Code:51.0909
Program Availability:                  From:                              To:

(CCL/Surgical Technology/5673 continued)
(Program Prerequisites continued)

        Option II:

        HCC130            Fundamentals in Health Care Delivery (3) OR
        HCC130AA          Health Care Today (.05) AND
        HCC130AB          Workplace Behaviors in Health Care (0.5) AND
        HCC130AC          Personal Wellness and Safety (0.5) AND
        HCC130AD          Communication and Teamwork in Health Care Organizations (0.5) AND
        HCC130AE          Legal Issues in Health Care (0.5) AND
        HCC130AF          Decision making in the Health Care Setting (0.5)                 3
        HCC109            CPR for the Health Care Provider OR Equivalent                 0.5
        HCC146            Common Medical Terminology for Health Care Workers               2

Required Courses:    Credits: 30 28

           BIO162             Microbiology Concepts for Allied Health                     2
+          BIO202             Human Anatomy and Physiology II                             4
+          HCC164             Pharmacology for Allied Health                            0.5
+          HCC200             Basic Client Care for Allied Health                       0.5
+          SGT103AA           Surgical Asepsis                                            1
+          SGT103AB           Sterilization and Disinfection                              1
           SGT104AA           Basic Surgical Instrumentation                            0.5
           SGT104AB           Specialty Surgical Instruments                            0.5
+          SGT110             Basic Surgical Procedures                                   4
+          SGT115             Operating Room Orientation                                  1
+          SGT120             Operating Room Practicum I                                  2
+          SGT208             Surgical Patient Care Concepts                              1
+          SGT210             Advanced Surgical Procedures                                5
           SGT217             Pharmacology for Surgical Technology                        2
+          SGT220             Operating Room Practicum II                              1 3
+          SGT225             Operating Room Practicum III                                1
+          SGT226             Operating Room Practicum IV                                 2
+          SGT227             Operating Room Practicum V                                  1


Restricted Electives: None.

Free Electives: None.
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          OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES
                         MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPM                                       Award Type/Major Code:AAS/3673
Development Date:3/31/04                                            Initiator:Susan Wallen
Initiating College:GW                                               Instructional Design Facilitator:Diane Dietz
Effective First Year Term:20046                                     Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:5/24/04-5/27/04                              MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:6/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:X          District-wide:      Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                              Primary College:
                                                                    Maintenance Date:5/18/04
Current Program Title:Surgical Technology

PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:AAS/Surgical Technology/3673
Total Credits:73-78.5 70.5
Overall G.P.A.:2.0
CIPS Code:51.0909
Program Availability:                  From:                                    To:


Description: The Surgical Technology program is designed for students with an interest in working in the surgical setting
and caring for patients that are undergoing a surgical procedure. Students will apply manual dexterity and knowledge of
surgical technology under the direction of a surgeon, and in conjunction with the surgical team. At the completion of the
program, graduates may seek employment in a hospital, surgical center, clinic or private physician’s office.


Program Outline

Program Notes:         Students must earn a grade of “C” or better in all courses within the program.
                       + indicates course has prerequisite and/or corequisites.
                       Current Health Care Provider CPR card required
                       Students with other related health care experiences not listed on the following Program Prerequisites
                       options may request an evaluation for course competency equivalence through the Integrated Competency
                       Assessment Network (ICAN) by calling 480.731.8924

Admission Criteria:    Acceptance to the program.

Program Prerequisites: Credits: 11-16.5 10.5
        Note: Students must earn a grade of “C” or better in CRE101 or CRE111.

+       BIO201             Human Anatomy and Physiology I                                        4
        BIO160             Introduction to Human Anatomy and Physiology                          4
        BPC100AA           Business-Personal Computers I                                       0.5
        CIS100             Internet: A Tool for Learning                                       0.5
+       CRE101             Critical and Evaluative Reading I (3) OR
+       CRE111             Critical Reading for Business and Industry OR
                           Equivalent by assessment                                             3
+       MAT092             Introductory Algebra                                                 3

        Students must also select one of the following 2 options.

        Option I:

        Completion of an Associate in Applied Science degree or higher degree in a health science discipline
        from a regionally accredited institution of higher education recognized by Maricopa County Community
        College District.


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          OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES
                         MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPM                                     Award Type/Major Code:AAS/3673
Development Date:3/31/04                                          Initiator:Susan Wallen
Initiating College:GW                                             Instructional Design Facilitator:Diane Dietz
Effective First Year Term:20046                                   Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:5/24/04-5/27/04                            MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:6/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:X        District-wide:      Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                            Primary College:
                                                                  Maintenance Date:5/18/04
Current Program Title:Surgical Technology

PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:AAS/Surgical Technology/3673
Total Credits:73-78.5 70.5
Overall G.P.A.:2.0
CIPS Code:51.0909
Program Availability:                  From:                                 To:

(AAS/Surgical Technology/3673 continued)
(Program Prerequisites continued)

        Option II:

        HCC130          Fundamentals in Health Care Delivery (3) OR
        HCC130AA        Health Care Today (.05) AND
        HCC130AB        Workplace Behaviors in Health Care (0.5) AND
        HCC130AC        Personal Wellness and Safety (0.5) AND
        HCC130AD        Communication and Teamwork in Health Care Organizations (0.5) AND
        HCC130AE Legal Issues in Health Care (0.5) AND
        HCC130AF Decision making in the Health Care Setting (0.5)                       3
        HCC109          CPR for the Health Care Provider OR Equivalent                0.5
        HCC146          Common Medical Terminology for Health Care Workers              2


Required Courses:    Credits: 30 28

        BIO162              Microbiology Concepts for Allied Health                          2
+       BIO202              Human Anatomy and Physiology II                                  4
+       HCC164              Pharmacology for Allied Health                                 0.5
+       HCC200              Basic Client Care for Allied Health                            0.5
+       SGT103AA            Surgical Asepsis                                                 1
+       SGT103AB            Sterilization and Disinfection                                   1
        SGT104AA            Basic Surgical Instrumentation                                 0.5
        SGT104AB            Specialty Surgical Instruments                                 0.5
+       SGT110              Basic Surgical Procedures                                        4
+       SGT115              Operating Room Orientation                                       1
+       SGT120              Operating Room Practicum I                                       2
+       SGT208              Surgical Patient Care Concepts                                   1
+       SGT210              Advanced Surgical Procedures                                     5
        SGT217              Pharmacology for Surgical Technology                             2
+       SGT220              Operating Room Practicum II                                   1 3
+       SGT225              Operating Room Practicum III                                     1
+       SGT226              Operating Room Practicum IV                                      2
+       SGT227              Operating Room Practicum V                                       1



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          OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES
                         MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPM                                     Award Type/Major Code:AAS/3673
Development Date:3/31/04                                          Initiator:Susan Wallen
Initiating College:GW                                             Instructional Design Facilitator:Diane Dietz
Effective First Year Term:20046                                   Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:5/24/04-5/27/04                            MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:6/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:X        District-wide:      Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                            Primary College:
                                                                  Maintenance Date:5/18/04
Current Program Title:Surgical Technology

PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:AAS/Surgical Technology/3673
Total Credits:73-78.5 70.5
Overall G.P.A.:2.0
CIPS Code:51.0909
Program Availability:                  From:                                 To:


(AAS/Surgical Technology/3673 continued)


Restricted Electives: Credits: 14

+          BIO205           Microbiology                                                       4
+          BIO241           Human Genetics                                                     4
+          CHM130           Fundamental Chemistry                                              3
+          CHM130LL         Fundamental Chemistry Lab                                          1
           CIS105           Survey of Computer Information Systems                             3
+          COM230           Small Group Communication                                          3
           COM263           Elements of Intercultural Communication                            3
+          ENG111           Technical Writing                                                  3
+          HCC204           Clinical Pathophysiology                                           3
+          MAT151           College Algebra/Function                                           4


Free Electives:   None.




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          OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES
                         MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPM                                     Award Type/Major Code:AAS/3673
Development Date:3/31/04                                          Initiator:Susan Wallen
Initiating College:GW                                             Instructional Design Facilitator:Diane Dietz
Effective First Year Term:20046                                   Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:5/24/04-5/27/04                            MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:6/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:X         District-wide:     Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                            Primary College:
                                                                  Maintenance Date:5/18/04
Current Program Title:Surgical Technology

PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:AAS/Surgical Technology/3673
Total Credits:73-78.5 70.5
Overall G.P.A.:2.0
CIPS Code:51.0909
Program Availability:                  From:                                  To:


(AAS/Surgical Technology/3673 continued)


General Studies Requirements: Credits: 18

          CORE Credits: 12

          First-Year Composition
+                         ENG101 First-Year Composition (3) AND
+                         ENG102 First-Year Composition (3)                                    6

          Oral Communication
                         COM110 Interpersonal Communication                                    3

          Critical Reading
+                            Met by CRE101 OR CRE111 in Program Prerequisites area             0

          Mathematics
                             MAT122 (3) OR Equivalent by Assessment                            3


          DISTRIBUTION Credits: 6

          Humanities and Fine Arts
                          HUM101 General Humanities                                            3

          Social and Behavioral Sciences
                           SOC101 Introduction to Sociology (3) OR
                           PSY101 Introduction to Psychology (3)                               3

          Natural Sciences
                             Met by BIO201 160 (4) in Program Prerequisites area               0




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          OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES
                         MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPM                                    Award Type/Major Code:AAS/3802
Development Date:04/29/04                                        Initiator:Mehrzad Khorsandi
Initiating College:MC                                            Instructional Design Facilitator:Linda Evans/Naomi Story
Effective First Year Term:20046                                  Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:05/24/04-05/27/04                         MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:06/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:x District-wide:           Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                          Primary College:
                                                                 Maintenance Date:05/18/04
Program Title:Architecture

PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strikethroughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:CCL Architectural Computer Aided Design & Drafting (CADD)/3802
Total Credits:24
Overall G.P.A.:2.0
CIPS Code:48.0102
Program Availability:                 From:             To:


Description: The Associate in Applied Science (AAS) in Architecture is intended to prepare persons for entry level positions
within an architectural, engineering, or construction firm. Positions are available for persons who can prepare working drawings
for residential and commercial structures using a variety of computer-assisted software. The program provides a basic
foundation of construction documentation knowledge, along with an extensive CAD preparation. The Associate in Applied
Science (AAS) in Architecture prepares students to work as technicians in the areas related to architectural design or
architectural drafting or urban development. An architecture design and architecture drafting technician may work in
many types of design related (architecture, engineering, construction, and interior design) firms/agencies using board
and/or computer in designing and documenting residential and/or commercial buildings. An urban development
technician may work for an urban planning or land development or real estate or landscape companies / agency.


Program Outline

Program Notes:        (Note: Students must earn a grade of “C” or better for each course listed in the required
                      courses area.)
                      (Note: + indicates course has prerequisites and/or corequisites.)
                      (Note: ++ indicates any module.)
                      (Note: * indicates prerequisite needed for required course)
                      (Note: ** indicates prerequisite needed for required course)

Admission Criteria: None

Program Prerequisites: None

        *GTC107                Technical Mathematics I (3) OR
        **MAT120               Intermediate Algebra (5) OR
        **MAT121               Intermediate Algebra (4) OR
        **MAT122               Intermediate Algebra (3)                                                   3-5




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          OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES
                         MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPM                                 Award Type/Major Code:AAS/3802
Development Date:04/29/04                                     Initiator:Mehrzad Khorsandi
Initiating College:MC                                         Instructional Design Facilitator:Linda Evans/Naomi Story
Effective First Year Term:20046                               Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:05/24/04-05/27/04                      MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:06/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:x District-wide:        Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                       Primary College:
                                                              Maintenance Date:05/18/04
Program Title:Architecture

PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strikethroughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:CCL Architectural Computer Aided Design & Drafting (CADD)/3802
Total Credits:24
Overall G.P.A.:2.0
CIPS Code:48.0102
Program Availability:                 From:             To:


(CCL/Architectural Computer Aided Design & Drafting (CADD)/3802 continued)


Required Courses: Credits: 45 18-20

        BLT263                Building Codes                                                                 3
        DFT121                Introduction to Architectural Drafting                                         3
        DFT122                Residential Architectural Drafting                                             3
        DFT123                Commercial Architectural Drafting                                              3
        ARC120                Design Fundamentals I                                                          3
        CNS130                Drawing Foundation, Computer Aided Design & Drafting I:
                              Computer and Board                                                             3
        DFT252AA              Computer Aided Drafting I: AutoCAD                                             3
+       DFT254AA              Computer Aided Drafting II: AutoCAD                                            3
+       DFT256AA              Computer Aided Drafting III: AutoCAD                                           3
+       DFT289                Architectural Office Practicum                                                 6
        GTC107                Technical Mathematics I                                                        3
        CNS180                Building Construction Methods, Materials, & Equipment                          3
        CNS181                Cost Estimating I                                                              3
        DFT124                Advanced Commercial Architectural Drafting (3) OR
+       DFT224                Landscape Architectural Drafting (3)                                           3
        *GTC108               Technical Mathematics II (3) OR
        **MAT150              College Algebra / Functions (5) OR
        **MAT151              College Algebra / Functions (4) OR
        **MAT152              College Algebra / Functions (3)                                              3-5
+       GTC121                Construction Estimating I                                                      3
        GTC122                Building Materials                                                             3




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          OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES
                         MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPM                                 Award Type/Major Code:AAS/3802
Development Date:04/29/04                                     Initiator:Mehrzad Khorsandi
Initiating College:MC                                         Instructional Design Facilitator:Linda Evans/Naomi Story
Effective First Year Term:20046                               Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:05/24/04-05/27/04                      MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:06/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:x District-wide:        Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                       Primary College:
                                                              Maintenance Date:05/18/04
Program Title:Architecture

PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strikethroughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:CCL Architectural Computer Aided Design & Drafting (CADD)/3802
Total Credits:24
Overall G.P.A.:2.0
CIPS Code:48.0102
Program Availability:                 From:             To:


(CCL/Architectural Computer Aided Design & Drafting (CADD)/3802 continued)


Restricted Electives: None Students will choose one of the three tracks

        Track I—Architecture Design (27 credits)

        AGL189               Landscape Design I                                                              3
        ARC100               Introduction to Environmental Design                                            3
        ARC140               Design Foundation I                                                             3
+       ARC161               Residential Architecture Drafting I: Computer & Board                           3
+       ARC162               Advance Residential Architecture
                             Drafting II: Computer & Board                                                   3
+       ARC163               Commercial Architecture Drafting I: Computer & Board                            3
+       ARC164               Advance Commercial Architecture
                             Drafting II: Computer & Board                                                   3
        ARC165               Introduction to Architecture Professional Practice and Ethics                   3
+       ARC225               Fundamentals of Architectural Detailing                                         3
+       ARC282++             Volunteerism for Architecture: A Service Learning Experience                  1-3
+       ARC290++             Architecture Internship                                                       1-3
        BLT262               Residential Building Code                                                       3
+       BPC170               Computer Maintenance I: A+ Prep                                                 3
        CIS105               Survey of Computer Information Systems (3) OR
        CSC180               Computing for Scientists, Engineers and Medical/Health Specialists (3)          3
+       CIS190               Introduction to Local Area Networks                                             3
+       CNS201               Construction Management (Office Operation)                                      3
+       CNS230               Computer Aided Design & Drafting II                                             3
+       CNS240               Computer Aided Design & Drafting III                                            3
+       CNS285               Introduction to Residential Plan Review                                         3




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          OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES
                         MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPM                                 Award Type/Major Code:AAS/3802
Development Date:04/29/04                                     Initiator:Mehrzad Khorsandi
Initiating College:MC                                         Instructional Design Facilitator:Linda Evans/Naomi Story
Effective First Year Term:20046                               Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:05/24/04-05/27/04                      MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:06/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:x District-wide:        Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                       Primary College:
                                                              Maintenance Date:05/18/04
Program Title:Architecture

PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strikethroughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:CCL Architectural Computer Aided Design & Drafting (CADD)/3802
Total Credits:24
Overall G.P.A.:2.0
CIPS Code:48.0102
Program Availability:                 From:             To:


(CCL/Architectural Computer Aided Design & Drafting (CADD)/3802 continued)
(Restricted Electives continued)


        Track II—Architectural Drafting (27 credits)

        ARC140               Design Foundation I                                                             3
        ARC150               Architectural Desktop I                                                         3
+       ARC161               Residential Architecture Drafting I: Computer & Board                           3
+       ARC162               Advance Residential Architecture
                             Drafting II: Computer & Board                                                   3
+       ARC163               Commercial Architecture Drafting I: Computer & Board                            3
+       ARC164               Advance Commercial Architecture
                             Drafting II: Computer & Board                                                   3
        ARC165               Introduction to Architecture Professional Practice and Ethics                   3
+       ARC225               Fundamentals of Architectural Detailing                                         3
+       ARC226               Advanced Architectural Detailing                                                3
+       ARC282++             Volunteerism for Architecture: A Service Learning Experience                  1-3
+       ARC290++             Architecture Internship                                                       1-3
        BLT262               Residential Building Code                                                       3
+       BPC170               Computer Maintenance I: A+ Prep                                                 3
        CIS105               Survey of Computer Information Systems (3) OR
        CSC180               Computing for Scientists, Engineers and Medical/Health Specialists (3)          3
+       CIS190               Introduction to Local Area Networks                                             3
+       CNS201               Construction Management (Office Operation)                                      3
+       CNS230               Computer Aided Design & Drafting II                                             3
+       CNS240               Computer Aided Design & Drafting III                                            3
+       CNS285               Introduction to Residential Plan Review                                         3




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          OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES
                         MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPM                                 Award Type/Major Code:AAS/3802
Development Date:04/29/04                                     Initiator:Mehrzad Khorsandi
Initiating College:MC                                         Instructional Design Facilitator:Linda Evans/Naomi Story
Effective First Year Term:20046                               Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:05/24/04-05/27/04                      MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:06/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:x District-wide:        Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                       Primary College:
                                                              Maintenance Date:05/18/04
Program Title:Architecture

PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strikethroughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:CCL Architectural Computer Aided Design & Drafting (CADD)/3802
Total Credits:24
Overall G.P.A.:2.0
CIPS Code:48.0102
Program Availability:                 From:             To:


(CCL/Architectural Computer Aided Design & Drafting (CADD)/3802 continued)
(Restricted Electives continued)


        Track III—Urban Development (27 credits)

        AGL189               Landscape Design I                                                              3
+       ARC161               Residential Architecture Drafting I: Computer & Board                           3
+       ARC162               Advance Residential Architecture
                             Drafting II: Computer & Board                                                   3
+       ARC282++             Volunteerism for Architecture: A Service Learning Experience                  1-3
+       ARC290++             Architecture Internship                                                       1-3
        BLT262               Residential Building Code                                                       3
        BLT263               General Building Code                                                           3
+       BPC170               Computer Maintenance I: A+ Prep                                                 3
        CIS105               Survey of Computer Information Systems (3) OR
        CSC180               Computing for Scientists, Engineers and Medical/Health Specialists (3)          3
+       CIS190               Introduction to Local Area Networks                                             3
        CNS175               Working Drawing Analysis, Blue Print Reading                                    3
+       CNS201               Construction Management (Office Operation)                                      3
+       CNS230               Computer Aided Design & Drafting II                                             3
+       CNS240               Computer Aided Design & Drafting III                                            3
+       CNS285               Introduction to Residential Plan Review                                         3
        REA179               Real Estate Principles I                                                        3
+       REA180               Real Estate Principles II                                                       3
+       REA281               Principles of Real Estate                                                       3
+       REA282               Real Estate Finance                                                             3
+       REA284               Real Estate Appraisal                                                           3
+       REA285               Real Estate Selling                                                             3
+       REA286               Advance Real Estate Appraisal                                                   3


Free Electives: None




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                         MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPM                                 Award Type/Major Code:AAS/3802
Development Date:04/29/04                                     Initiator:Mehrzad Khorsandi
Initiating College:MC                                         Instructional Design Facilitator:Linda Evans/Naomi Story
Effective First Year Term:20046                               Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:05/24/04-05/27/04                      MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:06/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:x District-wide:        Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                       Primary College:
                                                              Maintenance Date:05/18/04
Program Title:Architecture

PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strikethroughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:CCL Architectural Computer Aided Design & Drafting (CADD)/3802
Total Credits:24
Overall G.P.A.:2.0
CIPS Code:48.0102
Program Availability:                 From:             To:

(CCL/Architectural Computer Aided Design & Drafting (CADD)/3802 continued)


General Education:           Credits: 22

        Core                 Credits: 12

        First-Year Composition
        +       ENG101       First Year Composition (3) and
                ENG102       First Year Composition (3) or
        +       ENG111       Technical Writing (3)
                Any approved general studies course in the First-Year Composition area              6

        Oral Communication
               Any approved general studies course in the Oral Communication area
               COM100 Introduction to Human Communication                                           3

        Critical Reading
        +        CRE101      Critical and Evaluative Reading I (3) OR
                             (Equivalent as indicated by assessment)                                3

        Mathematics
              (Note: Met by GTC108, in required courses area)                                       0


        Distribution         Credits: 10

        Humanities & Fine Arts
               Any approved general studies course in the Humanities and Fine Arts area             3

        Social and Behavioral Sciences
                 Any approved general studies course from the Social and Behavioral Sciences area   3

        Natural Sciences
                 PHY111      General Physics I                                                      4




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          OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES
                         MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPM                             Award Type/Major Code:AAS/3504
Development Date:04/24/04                                 Initiator:Todd Verch
Initiating College:MC                                     Instructional Design Facilitator:Linda Evans/Naomi Story
Effective First Year Term:20046                           Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:05/24/04-05/27/04                  MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:06/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:x District-wide:    Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                   Primary College:
                                                          Maintenance Date:05/18/04
Current Program Title:Applied Technology-Electro/Mechanical Drafting

PROPOSED: (Bold text = additions. Strikethroughs = deletions.)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:AAS Applied Technology-Electro/Mechanical Drafting /3504
Total Credits:70-78 66-67
Overall G.P.A.:2.0
CIPS Code:48.0199
Program Availability:                  From:            To:

Description: This two-year technology curriculum is designed to provide a frame of reference and skills in the present day electro-
mechanical drafting field. The program is current, and reflects the latest technological needs of the industry. The various tracks
offer employment opportunities in multi-areas while certificates provide a stepping stone path to the associate degree. Those
students who are working in the industry while taking the program are especially encouraged to obtain the certificates as they
progress through the program. Career opportunities include: Machine Draftee Technician/CNC Programmer DWG’s, CNC
Programming and Manufacturing Process Sheets (MPS); Electronic Draftee Technician for block, schematic and logic diagrams,
printed wiring board drawings and integrated circuit drawing. The Associate in Applied Science (AAS) in Electro/Mechanical
Drafting prepares students to work as draftee technicians in machine drafting. Computer Numerical Control (CNC)
programming, manufacturing process sheets, and electronics. Students develop skills in drawing block, schematic, and
logic diagrams, printed wiring board drawings, and integrated circuit drawings. The program emphasizes current
technological needs in the drafting industry.

Program Outline

Program Notes: (Note: + indicates course has prerequisites and/or corequisites.)
               (Note: Students must earn a grade of “C” or better for each course listed in the “Required Courses” area.)

Admission Criteria: None

Program Prerequisites: Credits: 3

         GTC107            Technical Mathematics I (3) OR
                           (Note: Satisfactory score on math placement test)
                           (Note: Equivalent or satisfactory score on a placement exam)                             3

Required Courses: Credits: 27 20

         DFT110            Technical Drafting I                                                                     3
+        DFT111            Technical Drafting II                                                                    3
+        DFT112            Technical Drafting III                                                                   3
+        DFT115            Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing                                                   3
+        DFT216            Descriptive Geometry                                                                     3
+        DFT252AA          Computer Aided Drafting I: AutoCAD                                                       3
+        DFT254AA          Computer Aided Drafting II: AutoCAD                                                      3
         GTC106AA          Industrial Safety                                                                        2
         GTC216            Properties of Materials                                                                  3
         GTC296WA          Cooperative Education                                                                    1


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          OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES
                         MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPM                             Award Type/Major Code:AAS/3504
Development Date:04/24/04                                 Initiator:Todd Verch
Initiating College:MC                                     Instructional Design Facilitator:Linda Evans/Naomi Story
Effective First Year Term:20046                           Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:05/24/04-05/27/04                  MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:06/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:x District-wide:    Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                   Primary College:
                                                          Maintenance Date:05/18/04
Current Program Title:Applied Technology-Electro/Mechanical Drafting

PROPOSED: (Bold text = additions. Strikethroughs = deletions.)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:AAS Applied Technology-Electro/Mechanical Drafting /3504
Total Credits:70-78 66-67
Overall G.P.A.:2.0
CIPS Code:48.0199
Program Availability:                  From:            To:


(AAS/Applied Technology-Electro/Mechanical Drafting/3504 continued)


Restricted Electives: Credits: 21-29 24-25
         (Note: Students must select one of the following 2 tracks)

         Track I-Micro Circuit Mask Design Credits: 29 25

         CIS162            C Programming I                                                       3
+        DFT245AA          Integrated Circuit Design-CMOS IA                                     3
+        DFT245AB          Integrated Circuit Design-CMOS IB                                     3
+        ELE105            Algebra-Trigonometry for Technology                                   5
         ELE113            DC Circuit Analysis                                                   4
         ELE114            AC Circuit Analysis                                                   4
+        ELE111            Circuit Analysis I                                                    4
+        ELE131            Digital Logic and Circuits                                            4
+        ELE181            Computer Programming for Technology                                   3
         GTC110            Semiconductor Processing Technology I                                 3


         Track II-C.N.C. Programming Credits: 21 24

         GTC102            Machine Processes, Theory and Application                             3
+        GTC108            Technical Mathematics II                                              3
+        GTC206            CNC Programming                                                       3
         GTC216            Properties of Materials                                               3
+        GTC236            CAD/CAM CNC Programming                                               3
+        GTC246            Advanced CAD/CAM CNC Programming                                      3
+        GTC266            Solids CAD/CAM Programming                                            3
         QCT270            Measurements for Quality Control I                                    3


Free Electives: None




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          OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES
                         MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPM                             Award Type/Major Code:AAS/3504
Development Date:04/24/04                                 Initiator:Todd Verch
Initiating College:MC                                     Instructional Design Facilitator:Linda Evans/Naomi Story
Effective First Year Term:20046                           Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:05/24/04-05/27/04                  MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:06/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:x District-wide:    Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                   Primary College:
                                                          Maintenance Date:05/18/04
Current Program Title:Applied Technology-Electro/Mechanical Drafting

PROPOSED: (Bold text = additions. Strikethroughs = deletions.)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:AAS Applied Technology-Electro/Mechanical Drafting /3504
Total Credits:70-78 66-67
Overall G.P.A.:2.0
CIPS Code:48.0199
Program Availability:                  From:            To:


(AAS/Applied Technology-Electro/Mechanical Drafting/3504 continued)


General Studies: Credits: 21-22

         Core Credits: 12

         First-Year Composition
         +       ENG101       First Year Composition (3) OR
                 ENG107       First Year Composition for ESL (3) and
                 ENG111       Technical Writing (3)                                                  6

         Oral Communication
                COM100      Introduction to Human Communication (3) OR
                COM110      Interpersonal Communication (3) OR
                COM230      Small Group Communication (3)                                            3

         Critical Reading
                  CRE101       Critical and Evaluative Reading (3) or
                               (Note: Equivalent as indicated by assessment)                         3

         Mathematics
               (Note: Met by ELE105 or GTC108 in Required Courses area)                              0


         Distribution Credits: 9-10

         Humanities & Fine Arts
                Any approved general studies course from the Humanities & Fine Arts area             3

         Social and Behavioral Sciences
                  Any approved general studies course from the Social and Behavioral Sciences area
                  (Note: PSY125 Leadership and Group Dynamics recommended.)                          3

         Natural Sciences
                  Any approved general studies course from the Natural Sciences area                 4


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          OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES
                         MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPM                                    Award Type/Major Code:CCL/5551
Development Date:04/24/04                                        Initiator:Todd Verch
Initiating College:MC                                            Instructional Design Facilitator:Linda Evans/Naomi Story
Effective First Year Term:20046                                  Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:05/24/04-05/27/04                         MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:06/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:x District-wide:           Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                          Primary College:
                                                                 Maintenance Date:
Current Program Title: Electro/Mechanical Drafting

PROPOSED: (Bold text = additions. Strikethroughs = deletions.)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:CCL Electro/Mechanical Drafting /5551
Total Credits:58 43
Overall G.P.A.:2.0
CIPS Code:48.0199
Program Availability:                 From:             To:


Description: Electro/Mechanical Drafting technicians are able to interpret engineering sketches and data in order to make
formal, approved drawings. The career opportunities include: detail drafting technician, electronic drafting technician for
block diagrams, schematic diagrams, logic diagrams, printed wiring board drawings, and integrated circuit drawings. The
Certificate of Completion (CCL) in Electro/Mechanical Drafting prepares students for careers as detail drafting
technicians or electronic drafting technicians who prepare block diagrams, schematic diagrams, logic diagrams,
printed wiring board drawings, and integrated circuit drawings. The program develops the knowledge and skills
required to interpret engineering sketches and data in order to make formal, approved drawings.


Program Outline

Program Notes: (Note: + indicates course has prerequisites and/or corequisites.)
               (Note: Students must earn a grade of “C” or better for each course listed in the “Required Courses” area.)

Admission Criteria: None

Program Prerequisites: None




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          OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES
                         MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPM                                    Award Type/Major Code:CCL/5551
Development Date:04/24/04                                        Initiator:Todd Verch
Initiating College:MC                                            Instructional Design Facilitator:Linda Evans/Naomi Story
Effective First Year Term:20046                                  Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:05/24/04-05/27/04                         MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:06/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:x District-wide:           Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                          Primary College:
                                                                 Maintenance Date:
Current Program Title: Electro/Mechanical Drafting

PROPOSED: (Bold text = additions. Strikethroughs = deletions.)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:CCL Electro/Mechanical Drafting /5551
Total Credits:58 43
Overall G.P.A.:2.0
CIPS Code:48.0199
Program Availability:                 From:             To:


(CCL/Electro/Mechanical Drafting/5551 continued)


Required Courses: Credits: 58 43

        BPC/CIS121AC         UNIX Operating Systems: Single User                                       1
        CIS162               C Programming I                                                           3
        DFT110               Technical Drafting I                                                      3
+       DFT111               Technical Drafting II                                                     3
+       DFT112               Technical Drafting III                                                    3
+       DFT115               Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing                                    3
+       DFT216               Descriptive Geometry                                                      3
        DFT241               Electronics Drafting I                                                    3
+       DFT245AA             Integrated Circuit Design-CMOS IA                                         3
+       DFT245AB             Integrated Circuit Design-CMOS IB                                         3
+       DFT252AA             Computer Aided Drafting I: AutoCAD                                        3
+       DFT254AA             Computer Aided Drafting II: AutoCAD                                       3
+       ELE105               Algebra-Trigonometry for Technology                                       5
        ELE113               DC Circuit Analysis                                                       4
        ELE114               AC Circuit Analysis                                                       4
+       ELE111               Circuit Analysis I                                                        4
+       ELE131               Digital Logic and Circuits                                                4
        ELE181               Computer Programming for Technology                                       3
        GTC104               Manufacturing Processes                                                   4
        GTC110               Semiconductor Processing Technology I                                     3


Restricted Electives: None


Free Electives: None


General Studies: None




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          OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES
                         MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPM                            Award Type/Major Code:CCL/5060
Development Date:02/18/04                                Initiator:Juan Marquez
Initiating College:MC                                    Instructional Design Facilitator:Linda Evans/Naomi Story
Effective First Year Term:20046                          Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:05/24/04-05/27/04                 MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:06/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:x District-wide:   Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                  Primary College:
                                                         Maintenance Date:05/18/04
Program Title:Internet/Intranet Web Development Technology

PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strikethroughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:CCL Internet/Intranet Web Developer Development Technology/5060
Total Credits: 30 35-36
Overall G.P.A.:2.0
CIPS Code:52.1201
Program Availability:                  From:               To:

Description: The Level II Certificate in Internet/Intranet Technology builds upon knowledge gained in the Level I Certificate and
is designed to broaden students knowledge and skills in the arena of Internet/Intranet Technology design and administration. The
Certificate of Completion is a shorter course of study which may be used to upgrade the skills of those already employed in this
field or provide the student with an introduction to a specific technical area. This area of employment can be in one of the
following positions: Web Technician, Web Site Designer, Web Developer, Web Programmer, Web Server Administrator, Web
Marketing Manager, or Web E-Commerce Manager. The Certificate of Completion (CCL) in Web Developer is designed to
give students a set of skills that would allow them to develop interactive and dynamic websites that access data stored in
databases. Completing the program may lead to such positions as web technician, web designer, web programmer, and
web developer.

Program Outline

         Program Notes: (Note: Students must earn a grade of “C” or better in all courses within the program)
         (Note: + indicates course has prerequisities and/or corequisites)
         (Note: ++ indicates any module)

Admission Criteria: None

Program Prerequisites: None

Required Courses: Credits 24 26-27

         ART177                Computer Photographic Imaging                                              3
         BPC/CIS133DA          The Internet/World Wide Web                                                3
         BPC/CIS224            Project Management Microsoft Project for Windows (3) OR
         TQM240                Project Management in Quality Organizations (2)                          2-3
         CIS105                Survey of Computer Information Systems                                     3
+        CIS150AB              Object-Oriented Programming Fundamentals                                   3
+        CIS159                Visual Basic Programming I (3) OR                                          3
+        CIS163AA              Java Programming: Level I                                                  3
         CIS126DA              Unix Operating System (3) OR
+        CIS190                Introduction to Local Area Networks (3)                                    3
+        CIS166AA              Introduction to JavaScript                                                 3
+        CIS225AB              Object-Oriented Analysis and Design                                        3
+        CIS233DA              Web Design and Publishing                                                  3
         CIS166                Web Scripting/Programming                                                  3
+        CIS234                XML Application Development                                                3
+        CIS235                e-Commerce                                                                 3
+        CIS276                Database Management Systems                                                3
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                         MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPM                            Award Type/Major Code:CCL/5060
Development Date:02/18/04                                Initiator:Juan Marquez
Initiating College:MC                                    Instructional Design Facilitator:Linda Evans/Naomi Story
Effective First Year Term:20046                          Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:05/24/04-05/27/04                 MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:06/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:x District-wide:   Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                  Primary College:
                                                         Maintenance Date:05/18/04
Program Title:Internet/Intranet Web Development Technology

PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strikethroughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:CCL Internet/Intranet Web Developer Development Technology/5060
Total Credits: 30 35-36
Overall G.P.A.:2.0
CIPS Code:52.1201
Program Availability:                  From:               To:


(CCL/Internet/Intranet Web Development Technology/5060 continued)


Restricted Electives: Credits: 6 9

+        CIS150                Programming Fundamentals                                         3
+        CIS108                Electronic Portfolio Development (1) OR
+        CIS282++              Volunteerism for Computer Information Systems:
                               A Service Learning Experience (1-3) OR
+        CIS290++              Computer Information Systems Internship (1-3) OR
         CWE198++              Career/Work Experience (1-3)                                   1-3
         CIS120DC              Computer Graphics: Macromedia Flash                              3
+        CIS159                Visual Basic Programming I (3) OR                                3
+        CIS163AA              Java Programming: Level I                                        3
+        CIS166AB              Web Scripting with Perl/CGI                                      3
+        CIS166AC              Web Scripting with Active Server Pages (ASP).NET                 3
+        CIS166AD              Web Scripting with Java Server Pages (JSP)                       3
+        CIS166AE              Web Scripting with PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor (PHP)             3
+        CIS259                Visual Basic Programming II                                      3
         BPC/CIS224            Project Management Microsoft Project for Windows (3) OR
         TQM240                Project Management in Quality Organizations (2)                2-3
+        CIS263AA              Java Programming Level II                                        3
+        CIS276                Database Management Systems                                      3
+        ENG111                Technical Writing                                                3


Free Electives: None


General Studies: None




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          OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES
                         MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPM                            Award Type/Major Code:CCL/5060
Development Date:02/18/04                                Initiator:Juan Marquez
Initiating College:MC                                    Instructional Design Facilitator:Linda Evans/Naomi Story
Effective First Year Term:20046                          Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:05/24/04-05/27/04                 MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:06/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:x District-wide:   Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                  Primary College:
                                                         Maintenance Date:05/18/04
Program Title:Internet/Intranet Web Development Technology

PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strikethroughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:CCL Web Designer Assistant/5344
Total Credits: 14
Overall G.P.A.:2.0
CIPS Code:52.1201
Program Availability:                 From:            To:


Description: The Certificate of Completion (CCL) in Web Designer Assistant is designed to give students a set of skills
that could allow them to develop simple websites with static information. Completing the program may lead to such
positions as web technician and web designer assistant or to serve as a departmental or personal web publisher.


Program Outline

Program Notes:         (Note: Students must earn a grade of “C” or better in all courses within the program)
                       (Note: + indicates course has prerequisites and/or corequisites.)
                       (Note: ++ indicates any module)

Admission Criteria: None

Program Prerequisites: None

Required Courses:              Credits 14

        BPC/CIS133DA           The Internet/World Wide Web                                           3
        CIS105                 Survey of Computer Information Systems                                3
+       CIS233AB               Internet Web Publishing: FrontPage Level I                            1
+       CIS233AC               The Internet Web Publishing: Dreamweaver Level I                      1
+       CIS233DA               Web Design and Publishing                                             3
+       CIS108                 Electronic Portfolio Development (1) OR
+       CIS282++               Volunteerism for Computer Information Systems:
                               A Service Learning Experience (1-3) OR
+       CIS290++               Computer Information Systems Internship (1-3) OR
        CIS298++               Special Projects (1-3) OR
        CWE198++               Career/Work Experience (1-3)                                          3


Restricted Electives: None


Free Electives: None


General Studies: None.

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          OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES
                         MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPM                            Award Type/Major Code:CCL/5060
Development Date:02/18/04                                Initiator:Juan Marquez
Initiating College:MC                                    Instructional Design Facilitator:Linda Evans/Naomi Story
Effective First Year Term:20046                          Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:05/24/04-05/27/04                 MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:06/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:x District-wide:   Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                  Primary College:
                                                         Maintenance Date:05/18/04
Program Title:Internet/Intranet Web Development Technology

PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strikethroughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:CCL Web Designer/5345
Total Credits: 29
Overall G.P.A.:2.0
CIPS Code:52.1201
Program Availability:                 From:            To:

Description: The Certificate of Completion (CCL) in Web Designer is designed to give students a set of skills that
would allow them to develop comprehensive and interactive websites and to setup store fronts. Completing the
program may lead to such positions as web technician, web designer assistant, web designer, web marketing
manager, or web –e-commerce manager.

Program Outline

Program Notes:         (Note: Students must earn a grade of “C” or better in all courses within the program)
                       (Note: + indicates course has prerequisites and/or corequisites.)
                       (Note: ++ indicates any module)

Admission Criteria: None

Program Prerequisites: None

Required Courses: Credits 29

        BPC/CIS133DA           The Internet/World Wide Web                                           3
        CIS105                 Survey of Computer Information Systems                                3
        CIS120DF               Computer Graphics: Adobe Photoshop                                    3
        CIS120DC               Computer Graphics: Macromedia Flash                                   3
+       CIS166AA               Introduction to JavaScripting                                         3
+       CIS233AB               Internet Web Publishing: FrontPage Level I                            1
+       CIS233AC               The Internet Web Publishing: Dreamweaver Level I                      1
+       CIS233DA               Web Design and Publishing                                             3
+       CIS235                 e-Commerce                                                            3
        CIS243++               Internet/Web Development Level III                                    3
+       CIS108                 Electronic Portfolio Development (1) OR
+       CIS282++               Volunteerism for Computer Information Systems:
                               A Service Learning Experience (1-3) OR
+       CIS290++               Computer Information Systems Internship (1-3) OR
        CIS298++               Special Projects (1-3) OR
        CWE198++               Career/Work Experience (1-3)                                          3

Restricted Electives: None

Free Electives: None

General Studies: None
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          OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES
                         MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPM                            Award Type/Major Code:CCL/5060
Development Date:02/18/04                                Initiator:Juan Marquez
Initiating College:MC                                    Instructional Design Facilitator:Linda Evans/Naomi Story
Effective First Year Term:20046                          Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:05/24/04-05/27/04                 MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:06/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:x District-wide:   Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                  Primary College:
                                                         Maintenance Date:05/18/04
Program Title:Internet/Intranet Web Development Technology

PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strikethroughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:CCL Web Server Administrator/5342
Total Credits: 27-28
Overall G.P.A.:2.0
CIPS Code:52.1201
Program Availability:                 From:           To:

Description: The Certificate of Completion (CCL) in Web Server Administrator is designed to give students a set of
skills that would allow them to develop comprehensive and interactive websites as well as to setup and maintain web
servers. Completing the program may lead to such positions as web technician, web designer, web programmer,
and web server administrator.

Program Outline

Program Notes:         (Note: Students must earn a grade of “C” or better in all courses within the program)
                       (Note: + indicates course has prerequisites and/or corequisites.)
                       (Note: ++ indicates any module)

Admission Criteria: None

Program Prerequisites: None

Required Courses: Credits 21

        BPC/CIS133DA           The Internet/World Wide Web                                           3
        CIS105                 Survey of Computer Information Systems                                3
+       CIS166AA               Introduction to JavaScripting                                         3
        CIS166AB               Web Scripting with Perl/CGI (3) OR
        CIS166AE               Web Scripting with PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor (PHP) (3)              3
+       CIS190                 Introduction to Local Area Networks                                   3
+       CIS233DA               Web Design and Publishing                                             3
+       CIS276                 Database Management Systems                                           3

Restricted Electives: Credits: 6-7

        CIS126DA               UNIX Operating System (3) AND
+       CIS226AA               Internet/Intranet Server Administration-UNIX (3)                      6
        CIS126DL               Linux Operating System (3) AND
+       CIS238DL               Linux System Administration (3)                                       6
+       CIS191DL               Microsoft Windows NT System Administration (3) AND
+       CIS226AB               Internet/Intranet Server Administration-Windows (3)                   6
        MST150++               Microsoft Windows Professional (3) AND
+       MST152++               Microsoft Windows Server (3-4)                                      6-7

Free Electives: None

General Studies: None
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Proposal Development Type:OPM                            Award Type/Major Code:AAS/3043
Development Date:02/18/04                                Initiator:Juan Marquez
Initiating College:MC                                    Instructional Design Facilitator:Linda Evans/Naomi Story
Effective First Year Term:20046                          Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:05/24/04-05/27/04                 MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:06/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:x District-wide:   Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                  Primary College:
                                                         Maintenance Date:05/18/04
Program Title:Internet/Intranet Web Development Technology

PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strikethroughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:AAS Internet/Intranet Web Development Technology/3043
Total Credits: 64 60
Overall G.P.A.:2.0
CIPS Code:52.1201
Program Availability:                  From:               To:


Description: A program designed for students who want entry employment opportunities in one of the following areas: Web
Technician, Web Site Designer, Web Developer, Web Programmer, Web Server Administrator, Web Marketing Manager, and
Web e-commerce Manager. The Associate in Applied Science (AAS) in Internet/Intranet Web Development Technology is
designed for students who want entry-level employment in one of the following areas: web technician, website designer,
web developer, web programmer, web server administrator, web marketing manager, and web e-commerce manager


Program Outline

Program Notes:       (Note: Students must earn a grade of “C” or better in all courses within the program)
                     (Note: + indicates course has prerequisites and/or corequisites.)
                     (Note: ++ indicates any module)

Admission Criteria: None

Program Prerequisites: None




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Proposal Development Type:OPM                            Award Type/Major Code:AAS/3043
Development Date:02/18/04                                Initiator:Juan Marquez
Initiating College:MC                                    Instructional Design Facilitator:Linda Evans/Naomi Story
Effective First Year Term:20046                          Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:05/24/04-05/27/04                 MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:06/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:x District-wide:   Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                  Primary College:
                                                         Maintenance Date:05/18/04
Program Title:Internet/Intranet Web Development Technology

PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strikethroughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:AAS Internet/Intranet Web Development Technology/3043
Total Credits: 64 60
Overall G.P.A.:2.0
CIPS Code:52.1201
Program Availability:                  From:               To:


(AAS/Internet/Intranet Web Development Technology/3043 continued)

Required Courses:              Credits 33 35-39

         ART177                Computer Photographic Imaging                                    3
         CIS105                Survey of Computer Information Systems                           3
         BPC/CIS133DA          The Internet/World Wide Web                                      3
+        CIS233DA              Web Design and Publishing                                        3
+        CIS150                Programming Fundamentals                                         3
+        CIS166AA              Introduction to JavaScripting                                    3
         BPC/CIS224            Project Management Microsoft Project for Windows (3) OR
         TQM240                Project Management in Quality Organizations (2)                2-3
         TQM101                Quality Customer Service                                         3

(Select one of three tracks)

         Track I – Web Designer (20 credits)

+        CIS233AB              Internet Web Publishing: Front Page Level I                      1
+        CIS233AC              The Internet Web Publishing: Dreamweaver Level I                 1
         CIS120DF              Computer Graphics: Adobe Photoshop                               3
         CIS120DC              Computer Graphics: Macromedia Flash                              3
+        CIS235                e-Commerce                                                       3
+        CIS243++              Internet/Web Development Level III                               3

         Select 6 credits from the following courses
         CIS220DC              Advanced Web Programming with Macromedia Flash                   3
+        CIS234                XML Application Development                                      3
+        CIS276                Database Management Systems                                      3
+        CIS108                Electronic Portfolio Development (1)
+        CIS282++              Volunteerism for Computer Information Systems:
                               A Service Learning Experience (1-3) OR
+        CIS290++              Computer Information Systems Internship (1-3) OR
         CIS298++              Special Projects (1-3) OR
         CWE198++              Career/Work Experience (1-3) OR                                1-3



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Proposal Development Type:OPM                            Award Type/Major Code:AAS/3043
Development Date:02/18/04                                Initiator:Juan Marquez
Initiating College:MC                                    Instructional Design Facilitator:Linda Evans/Naomi Story
Effective First Year Term:20046                          Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:05/24/04-05/27/04                 MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:06/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:x District-wide:   Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                  Primary College:
                                                         Maintenance Date:05/18/04
Program Title:Internet/Intranet Web Development Technology

PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strikethroughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:AAS Internet/Intranet Web Development Technology/3043
Total Credits: 64 60
Overall G.P.A.:2.0
CIPS Code:52.1201
Program Availability:                  From:               To:


(AAS/Internet/Intranet Web Development Technology/3043 continued)
(Required Courses continued)


        Track II - Web Server Administrator (18 credits)

        +CIS190              Introduction to Local Area Networks                                3
        +CIS276              Database Management Systems                                        3

        Select 12-13 credits from the following courses
        CIS126DA              UNIX Operating System (3) AND
        +CIS226AA             Internet/Intranet Server Administration-UNIX (3)                  6
        CIS126DL              Linux Operating System (3) AND
        CIS238DL              Linux System Administration (3)                                   6
        +CIS191DL             Microsoft Windows NT System Administration (3) AND
        +CIS226AB             Internet/Intranet Server Administration-Windows (3)               6
        +CIS166AB             Web Scripting with Perl/CGI                                       3
        +CIS166AE             Web Scripting with PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor (PHP)              3
        +CIS282++             Volunteerism for Computer Information Systems:
                              A Service Learning Experience (1-3) OR
        +CIS290++             Computer Information Systems Internship (1-3) OR
        CIS298++              Special Projects (1-3) OR
        CWE198++              Career/Work Experience (1-3)
        +CIS108               Electronic Portfolio Development (1)                            1-3
        MST150++              Microsoft Windows (3) AND
        MST152++              Microsoft Windows Server (4)                                      7




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Proposal Development Type:OPM                            Award Type/Major Code:AAS/3043
Development Date:02/18/04                                Initiator:Juan Marquez
Initiating College:MC                                    Instructional Design Facilitator:Linda Evans/Naomi Story
Effective First Year Term:20046                          Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:05/24/04-05/27/04                 MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:06/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:x District-wide:   Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                  Primary College:
                                                         Maintenance Date:05/18/04
Program Title:Internet/Intranet Web Development Technology

PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strikethroughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:AAS Internet/Intranet Web Development Technology/3043
Total Credits: 64 60
Overall G.P.A.:2.0
CIPS Code:52.1201
Program Availability:                  From:               To:


(AAS/Internet/Intranet Web Development Technology/3043 continued)
(Required Courses continued)


        Track III – Web Developer (21 credits)

        +CIS150AB            Object-Oriented Programming Fundamentals                           3
        +CIS234              XML Application Development                                        3
        +CIS225AB            Object-Oriented Analysis and Design                                3
        +CIS276              Database Management Systems                                        3

        Select 9 credits from the following courses
        CIS120DC              Computer Graphics: Macromedia Flash                               3
        +CIS159               Visual Basic Programming I (3) OR                                 3
        +CIS163AA             Java Programming: Level I                                         3
        +CIS166AB             Web Scripting with Perl/CGI                                       3
        +CIS166AC             Web Scripting with Active Server Pages (ASP).NET                  3
        +CIS166AD             Web Scripting with Java Server Pages (JSP)                        3
        +CIS166AE             Web Scripting with PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor (PHP)              3
        +CIS259               Visual Basic Programming II                                       3
        +CIS263AA             Java Programming Level II                                         3
        +CIS282++             Volunteerism for Computer Information Systems:
                              A Service Learning Experience (1-3) OR
        +CIS290++             Computer Information Systems Internship (1-3) OR
        CIS298++              Special Projects (1-3) OR
        CWE198++              Career/Work Experience (1-3) OR
        +CIS108               Electronic Portfolio Development (1)                            1-3
        CIS166                Web Scripting/Programming                                         3
        CIS190                Introduction to Local Area Networks                               3
        CIS226++              Internet/Intranet Server Administration (any module)              3




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Proposal Development Type:OPM                            Award Type/Major Code:AAS/3043
Development Date:02/18/04                                Initiator:Juan Marquez
Initiating College:MC                                    Instructional Design Facilitator:Linda Evans/Naomi Story
Effective First Year Term:20046                          Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:05/24/04-05/27/04                 MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:06/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:x District-wide:   Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                  Primary College:
                                                         Maintenance Date:05/18/04
Program Title:Internet/Intranet Web Development Technology

PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strikethroughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:AAS Internet/Intranet Web Development Technology/3043
Total Credits: 64 60
Overall G.P.A.:2.0
CIPS Code:52.1201
Program Availability:                  From:               To:


(AAS/Internet/Intranet Web Development Technology/3043 continued)


Restricted Electives:        Credits: 6 None

         +ART190             Art of Web Site Design                                               3
         +CIS224             Project Management Microsoft Project for Windows (3) OR
         TQM240              Project Management in Quality Organizations (2)                     2-3
         +CIS259             Visual Basic Programming II (3) OR
         +CIS263AA           Java Programming: Level II (3)                                       3
         +CIS276             Database Management System
         CIS280              Current Topics in Computing                                          3
         CIS282++            Volunteerism for Computer Information Systems: A Service Learning
                             Experience (any module)                                             1-3
         MST170              Visual Basic Desktop Application Development                          4
         MST172              Microsoft Visual Basic Distributed Applications                       3


Free Electives: None




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                         MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPM                            Award Type/Major Code:AAS/3043
Development Date:02/18/04                                Initiator:Juan Marquez
Initiating College:MC                                    Instructional Design Facilitator:Linda Evans/Naomi Story
Effective First Year Term:20046                          Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:05/24/04-05/27/04                 MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:06/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:x District-wide:   Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                  Primary College:
                                                         Maintenance Date:05/18/04
Program Title:Internet/Intranet Web Development Technology

PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strikethroughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:AAS Internet/Intranet Web Development Technology/3043
Total Credits: 64 60
Overall G.P.A.:2.0
CIPS Code:52.1201
Program Availability:                  From:               To:


(AAS/Internet/Intranet Web Development Technology/3043 continued)

General Education:           Credits: 25-27

        Core                 Credits: 15-17

        First-Year Composition
        +       ENG101       First Year Composition (3) OR
                ENG107       First Year Composition for ESL (3) and
                ENG111       Technical Writing (3)
        +       ENG102       First Year Composition (3)                                              6

        Oral Communication
               COM230      Small Group Communication                                                 3

        Critical Reading
                 CRE101      Critical and Evaluative Reading (3) or
                             (Note: Equivalent as indicated by assessment)                           3

        Mathematics
        Any approved general studies course from the Mathematics area
               MAT150       College Algebra/Functions (5) OR
               MAT151       College Algebra/Functions (4) OR
               MAT152       College Algebra/Functions (3)                                           3-5


        Distribution         Credits: 10

        Humanities & Fine Arts
               Any approved general studies course from the Humanities & Fine Arts area              3

        Social and Behavioral Sciences
                 Any approved general studies course from the Social and Behavioral Sciences area
                 ECN111      Macroeconomic Principles (3) OR
                 ECN112      Microeconomic Principles (3)                                            3

        Natural Sciences
                 Any approved general studies course from the Natural Sciences area                  4
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Proposal Development Type:OPM                                    Award Type/Major Code:CCL/5504
Development Date:04/24/04                                        Initiator:Todd Verch
Initiating College:MC                                            Instructional Design Facilitator:Linda Evans/Naomi Story
Effective First Year Term:20046                                  Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:05/24/04-05/27/04                         MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:06/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:x District-wide:           Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                          Primary College:
                                                                 Maintenance Date:05/18/04
Current Program Title:Micro Circuit Mask Design

PROPOSED: (Bold text = additions. Strikethroughs = deletions.)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:CCL Micro Circuit Mask Design/5504
Total Credits:37 36
Overall G.P.A.:2.0
CIPS Code:48.0199
Program Availability:                 From:             To:

Description: This certificate is designed to provide a frame of reference and skills in the micro circuit mask design field. The
program is current and reflects the latest technological needs of the industry. The certificate is a stepping stone path to the
associate degree. Those students who are working in the industry while taking the program are especially encouraged to obtain
the certificate as they progress through the program. The Certificate of Completion (CCL) in Micro Circuit Mask Design
prepares students to work in the microcircuit design field. The program emphasizes current technological trends in the
industry and is designed both for those planning to enter a career in the field as well as for those already working in the
field who want to advance and update their knowledge and skills.

Program Outline
Program Notes: (Note: + indicates course has prerequisites and/or corequisites.)
                (Note: Students must earn a grade of “C” or better for each course listed in the “Required Courses” area.)

Admission Criteria: None

Program Prerequisites: Credits: 6

         CSC100              Introduction to Computer Science for Non-Computer Majors                      3
         ELE101              Beginning Algebra for Technology                                              3

Required Courses: Credits: 37 36

+        CSC150              Programming in C/C++                                                          3
         DFT110              Technical Drafting I                                                          3
+        DFT245AA            Integrated Circuit Design-CMOS IA                                             3
+        DFT245AB            Integrated Circuit Design-CMOS IB                                             3
+        DFT252AA            Computer Aided Drafting I: AutoCAD                                            3
+        DFT254AA            Computer Aided Drafting II: AutoCAD                                           3
+        ELE105              Algebra-Trigonometry for Technology                                           5
         ELE116              Electronics Fundamentals                                                      4
+        ELE111              Circuit Analysis I                                                            4
+        ELE131              Digital Logic and Circuits                                                    3
         ELE181              Computer Programming for Technology                                           3
         GTC110              Semiconductor Processing Technology I                                         3
+        GTC296WC            Cooperative Education                                                         3

Restricted Electives: None

Free Electives: None

General Studies: None
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                         MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPM                                    Award Type/Major Code:AAS/3505
Development Date:04/24/04                                        Initiator:Todd Verch
Initiating College:MC                                            Instructional Design Facilitator:Linda Evans/Naomi Story
Effective First Year Term:20046                                  Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:05/24/04-05/27/04                         MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:06/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:x District-wide:           Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                          Primary College:
                                                                 Maintenance Date:05/18/04
Current Program Title:Micro cCircuit Mask Design

PROPOSED: (Bold text = additions. Strikethroughs = deletions.)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:AAS Micro Circuit Mask Design/3505
Total Credits:65-66 63
Overall G.P.A.:2.0
CIPS Code:48.0199
Program Availability:                  From:            To:


Description: This degree is designed to provide a frame of reference and skills in the micro circuit mask design field. The
program is current and reflects the latest technological needs of the industry. Those students who are working in the industry
while taking the program are especially encouraged to obtain the certificate as they progress through the degree program. The
Associate in Applied Science (AAS) in Micro Circuit Mask Design prepares students to work in the microcircuit
design field. The program emphasizes current technological trends in the industry and is designed both for those
planning to enter a career in the field as well as for those already working in the field who want to advance and
update their knowledge and skills. The curriculum combines coursework in microcircuit mask design with a general
education component.


Program Outline

Program Notes:        (Note: + indicates course has prerequisites and/or corequisites.)
                      (Note: Students must earn a grade of “C” or better for each course listed in the “Required Courses” area.)

Admission Criteria: None

Program Prerequisites: Credits: 6

         CSC100            Introduction to Computer Science for Non-Computer Majors                       3
         ELE101            Beginning Algebra for Technology                                               3




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                         MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPM                                    Award Type/Major Code:AAS/3505
Development Date:04/24/04                                        Initiator:Todd Verch
Initiating College:MC                                            Instructional Design Facilitator:Linda Evans/Naomi Story
Effective First Year Term:20046                                  Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:05/24/04-05/27/04                         MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:06/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:x District-wide:           Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                          Primary College:
                                                                 Maintenance Date:05/18/04
Current Program Title:Micro Circuit Mask Design

PROPOSED: (Bold text = additions. Strikethroughs = deletions.)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:AAS Micro Circuit Mask Design/3505
Total Credits:65-66 63
Overall G.P.A.:2.0
CIPS Code:48.0199
Program Availability:                  From:            To:


(AAS/Micro Circuit Mask Design/3505 continued)


Required Courses: Credits: 44 41

+       CSC150               Programming in C/C++                                                      3
        DFT110               Technical Drafting I                                                      3
+       DFT245AA             Integrated Circuit Design-CMOS IA                                         3
+       DFT245AB             Integrated Circuit Design-CMOS IB                                         3
+       DFT252AA             Computer Aided Drafting I: AutoCAD                                        3
+       DFT254AA             Computer Aided Drafting II: AutoCAD                                       3
+       ELE105               Algebra-Trigonometry for Technology                                       5
        ELE116               Electronics Fundamentals                                                  4
        GTC106AA             Industrial Safety                                                         2
+       ELE111               Circuit Analysis I                                                        4
+       ELE112               Circuit Analysis II                                                       4
+       ELE121               Solid-State Devices and Circuits I                                        4
+       ELE131               Digital Logic and Circuits                                                3
        ELE181               Computer Programming for Technology                                       3
        GTC110               Semiconductor Processing Technology I                                     3
+       GTC181               Introduction to Fluid Power                                               3
+       GTC185               Electromechanical Devices                                                 4
        GTC216               Properties of Materials                                                   3
        TQM230               Teamwork Dynamics                                                         2


Restricted Electives: None


Free Electives: None




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                         MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPM                                    Award Type/Major Code:AAS/3505
Development Date:04/24/04                                        Initiator:Todd Verch
Initiating College:MC                                            Instructional Design Facilitator:Linda Evans/Naomi Story
Effective First Year Term:20046                                  Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:05/24/04-05/27/04                         MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:06/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:x District-wide:           Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                          Primary College:
                                                                 Maintenance Date:05/18/04
Current Program Title:Micro Circuit Mask Design

PROPOSED: (Bold text = additions. Strikethroughs = deletions.)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:AAS Micro Circuit Mask Design/3505
Total Credits:65-66 63
Overall G.P.A.:2.0
CIPS Code:48.0199
Program Availability:                  From:            To:


(AAS/Micro Circuit Mask Design/3505 continued)


General Studies: Credits: 21-22

         Core Credits: 12

         First-Year Composition
         +       ENG101       First Year Composition (3) OR
                 ENG107       First Year Composition for ESL (3) and
                 ENG111       Technical Writing (3)                                                    6

         Oral Communication
                COM100      Introduction to Human Communication (3) OR
                COM110      Interpersonal Communication (3) OR
                COM230      Small Group Communication (3)                                              3

         Critical Reading
                  CRE101       Critical and Evaluative Reading (3) or
                               (Note: Equivalent as indicated by assessment)                           3

         Mathematics
               (Note: Met by ELE105 in Required Courses area)                                          0


         Distribution Credits: 9-10

         Humanities & Fine Arts
                Any approved general studies course from the Humanities & Fine Arts area             2-3

         Social and Behavioral Sciences
                  Any approved general studies course from the Social and Behavioral Sciences area     3

         Natural Sciences
                  CHM130   Fundamental Chemistry (3) AND
                  CHM130LL Fundamental Chemistry (1)                                                   4


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                         MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPM                                   Award Type/Major Code:CCL/5268
Development Date:03/04/04                                       Initiator:Kay Lewis
Initiating College:PC                                           Instructional Design Facilitator:Irene Ruiz
Effective First Year Term:20046                                 Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:05/24/04-05/27/04                        MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:06/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:X District-wide:          Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                         Primary College:
                                                                Maintenance Date:
Current Program Title:Basic Emergency Medical Technology

PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strikethroughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:
Total Credits: 8
Overall G.P.A.:2.5
CIPS Code:51.0904
Program Availability:                       From:               To:


Description: This program includes tTechniques of emergency care, stabilization, and immobilization of victims of illness and
injury. Recognition and documentation of signs and symptoms of illness and injury, intervention, and evaluation of the
intervention, tTechniques for assessment, administration of oxygen, use of specific immobilization devices, and preparation for
transportation are other areas of the program.


Program Notes: Students must earn a grade of "C" or better for all courses required within the program.
               + indicates course has prerequisites and/or corequisites


Program Prerequisites: Credits: 0.5-3

+       CRE101             Critical and Evaluative Reading I (3) or
+       CRE111             Critical Reading for Business and Industry (3) or
                           Equivalent by assessment (0).                                                   3
        EMT/HLR101         Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation/Basic Cardiac Life Support (0.5) or
                           current American Red Cross (0) or
                           American Heart Association Basic Life Support Health
                           Care Provider validation (0)                                                    0.5


Required Courses: Credits: 8

+       EMT/FSC104            Basic Emergency Medical Technology                                           8


Restricted Electives: None.


Free Electives: None.


General Education: None.




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                         MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPM                                 Award Type/Major Code:CCL/5268
Development Date:03/04/04                                     Initiator:Kay Lewis
Initiating College:PC                                         Instructional Design Facilitator:Irene Ruiz
Effective First Year Term:20046                               Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:05/24/04-05/27/04                      MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:06/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:X District-wide:        Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                       Primary College:
                                                              Maintenance Date:
Current Program Title:Basic Emergency Medical Technology

PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strikethroughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:CCL/ Secondary Basic Emergency Medical Technology/5341 (NEW)
Total Credits: 9.25
Overall G.P.A.:2.0
CIPS Code:51.0904
Program Availability: Specific        From:              To:


Description: This Certificate of Completion (CCL) in Secondary Basic Emergency Medical Technology program is
designed for students attending one of the Phoenix Union High Schools who are interested in Basic Emergency
Medical Technology and meets the training requirements of the Arizona Department of Health Services. Students
develop the techniques of emergency care, stabilization, and immobilization of victims of illness and injury,
recognition and documentation of the signs and symptoms of illness and injury, intervention, and the evaluation of
interventions. Additionally, techniques for assessment, administration of oxygen, use of specific immobilization
devices, and preparation of the victim/patient for transportation are included.


Program Outline

Program Notes: Students must earn a grade of “C” or better in all courses required within the program.

Admission Criteria: Currently enrolled in the Phoenix Union High School District.

Program Prerequisites: None.




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                         MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPM                                 Award Type/Major Code:CCL/5268
Development Date:03/04/04                                     Initiator:Kay Lewis
Initiating College:PC                                         Instructional Design Facilitator:Irene Ruiz
Effective First Year Term:20046                               Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:05/24/04-05/27/04                      MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:06/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:X District-wide:        Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                       Primary College:
                                                              Maintenance Date:
Current Program Title:Basic Emergency Medical Technology

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Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:CCL/ Secondary Basic Emergency Medical Technology/5341 (NEW)
Total Credits: 9.25
Overall G.P.A.:2.0
CIPS Code:51.0904
Program Availability: Specific        From:              To:

(CCL/ Secondary Basic Emergency Medical Technology/5341 continued)

Required Courses: Credits: 9.25

        EMT/HLR101 Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation/Basic Cardiac Life Support                                 0.50
        SEM104AA   Secondary Basic Emergency Medical Technology: Patient Assessment                         0.50
+       SEM104AB   Secondary Basic Emergency Medical Technology: Basic Life Support
                       and Airway Management                                                                0.50
+       SEM104AC   Secondary Basic Emergency Medical Technology: Soft Tissue and
                   Environmental Emergencies                                                                0.50
+       SEM104AD   Secondary Basic Emergency Medical Technology: Head, Brain, Neck,
                       and Spine                                                                            0.50
+       SEM104AE   Secondary Basic Emergency Medical Technology: Shock                                      0.50
+       SEM104AF   Secondary Basic Emergency Medical Technology: Head, Chest,
                       and Abdomen                                                                          0.50
+       SEM104AG   Secondary Basic Emergency Medical Technology: Medical-Legal                              0.50
+       SEM104AH   Secondary Basic Emergency Medical Technology: Pediatrics                                 0.50
+       SEM104AI   Secondary Basic Emergency Medical Technology: Respiratory, Behavioral,
                       Environmental, and Diabetic                                                          0.50
+       SEM104AJ   Secondary Basic Emergency Medical Technology: Gynecologic or
                       Obstetrical Emergencies                                                              0.50
+       SEM104AK   Secondary Basic Emergency Medical Technology: Musculoskeletal
                       Extremity Injuries                                                                   0.50
+       SEM104AL   Secondary Basic Emergency Medical Technology: Patient Movement
                       and Ambulance Equipment                                                              0.50
+       SEM104AM   Secondary Basic Emergency Medical Technology: Triage Management                          0.50
+       SEM104AN   Secondary Basic Emergency Medical Technology: Intravenous Fluids                         0.25
+       SEM104AO   Secondary Basic Emergency Medical Technology: Evaluations                                0.50
+       SEM106     Secondary Vehicular Extrication and Patient Stabilization                                   1
+       SEM108     Secondary Trauma Patient Management                                                      0.50


Restricted Electives: None.

Free Electives: None.

General Education: None.


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                         MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPM                                   Award Type/Major Code: AAS/3831
Development Date:PC                                             Initiator:Linda Garcia
Initiating College: PC                                          Instructional Design Facilitator: Irene Ruiz
Effective First Year Term:20046                                 Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:04/26/04-04/29/04                        MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date: 06/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific: District-wide:           Shared:X
Participating Colleges: PC, RS                                  Primary College: PC
                                                                Maintenance Date:
Current Program Title: Dental Hygiene

PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strikethroughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:
Total Credits:92.5-96.5
Overall G.P.A.: 2.0
CIPS Code: 51.0602
Program Availability:                       From:               To:

Description: The Associate in Applied Science (AAS) degree in Dental Hygiene, a shared program with Phoenix College and
Rio Salado College, will prepare students to practice entry-level dental hygiene. Dental hygiene students will provide
preventive and therapeutic services, and will develop a commitment to the community through extramural opportunities serving
diverse populations. The program is a blend of academic and clinical coursework that requires attention to detail and
motivation to complete tasks on a timeline. Graduates are eligible for board examinations and licensure in all fifty states.
Graduate are employed in private dental offices, hospitals, schools, and clinics within their community. The program is
accredited by the Commission on Dental Accreditation of the American Dental Association (211 E. Chicago Ave., Chicago, Ill.
60611-2678 (312) 440-4653). The Commission is a specialized accrediting body recognized by the United States Department
of Education.


Program Outline:

Program Notes:            Students must earn a grade of “C” or better in all courses that will be applied toward the
                          degree. All General Education requirements are met by program prerequisites as indicated.
                          Students should consult with an advisor in selecting courses to meet the General Education
                          areas.

Admission Criteria:       Phoenix College: A detailed information sheet and application to the Dental Hygiene
                          Program can be obtained from the Health Professions and Nursing Advisor. Application
                          deadline is February 1st of each year, and a limited number of students are admitted for the
                          fall semester. Students must complete all program prerequisites with a minimum G.P.A. of
                          2.5 prior to submission of their application.

                          Rio Salado College: Program and application information is available from Dental
                          Hygiene advisors in the Student Enrollment Services department. The program
                          prerequisites must be completed prior to submission of application with a letter grade “C”
                          or above.

                          Applicants who are accepted and enroll in a MCCCD Dental Hygiene program will be
                          exposed to blood-borne and infectious diseases. The program strictly adheres to
                          established policies and procedures regarding infection control as recommended by the
                          Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, American Dental Association, The
                          Organization for Safety and Asepsis Procedures, and the Occupational Safety and Health
                          Administration.




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                         MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPM                                    Award Type/Major Code: AAS/3831
Development Date:PC                                              Initiator:Linda Garcia
Initiating College: PC                                           Instructional Design Facilitator: Irene Ruiz
Effective First Year Term:20046                                  Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:04/26/04-04/29/04                         MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date: 06/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific: District-wide:            Shared:X
Participating Colleges: PC, RS                                   Primary College: PC
                                                                 Maintenance Date:
Current Program Title: Dental Hygiene

PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strikethroughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:
Total Credits:92.5-96.5
Overall G.P.A.: 2.0
CIPS Code: 51.0602
Program Availability:                        From:               To:

(AAS/Dental Hygiene/3831 continued)

Program Prerequisites:      Credits: 34.5-38.5

        OPTION 1: Credits: 34.5
        HCC courses are waived for students who have completed an Associate in Applied Science degree or higher
        degree in a health science discipline from a regionally accredited institution of higher education recognized by
        Maricopa County Community College District.

                 BIO162         Microbiology Concepts for Allied Health                                             2
+                CHM138         Chemistry for Allied Health                                                         3
+                CHM138LL       Chemistry for Allied Health Laboratory                                              1
                 HCC109         CPR for Health Care Provider OR
                                (Note: Current CPR certification at the health care provider or
                                professional rescuer level)                                                       0.5
        General Requirements: Credits: 28

        CORE: Credits: 15
+       First-Year Composition:     Any approved general education courses in the First-Year Composition area.      6

        Oral Communication:         Any approved general education course in the Oral Communication area.           3

+       Critical Reading:           CRE101 Critical & Evaluative Reading (3) OR
                                    Equivalent as indicated by assessment.                                          3

+       Mathematics:                MAT102 Mathematical Concepts/Applications OR
                                    Equivalent by assessment course OR
                                    Satisfactory completion of a higher MAT level mathematics course.               3

        DISTRIBUTION: Credits: 13

        Humanities & Fine Arts: Any approved general education course in the Humanities & Fine Arts area.           3

        Natural Sciences:           BIO160 Introduction to Human Anatomy & Physiology                               4

        Social and Behavioral       PSY101 Introduction to Psychology (3) AND
        Sciences:                   SOC101 Introduction to Sociology (3)                                            6

        OR
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                         MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPM                                     Award Type/Major Code: AAS/3831
Development Date:PC                                               Initiator:Linda Garcia
Initiating College: PC                                            Instructional Design Facilitator: Irene Ruiz
Effective First Year Term:20046                                   Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:04/26/04-04/29/04                          MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date: 06/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific: District-wide:             Shared:X
Participating Colleges: PC, RS                                    Primary College: PC
                                                                  Maintenance Date:
Current Program Title: Dental Hygiene

PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strikethroughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:
Total Credits:92.5-96.5
Overall G.P.A.: 2.0
CIPS Code: 51.0602
Program Availability:                        From:                To:

(AAS/Dental Hygiene/3831 continued)
(Program Prerequisites continued)

        OPTION 2: Credits: 34.5
        HCC courses are to be waived for the student who has 6 months documented experience as a dental assistant or in
        other related dental patient care activities. Prospective students with health care licensure are also exempt from the
        HCC courses for the Dental Hygiene program.

        BIO162                     Microbiology Concepts for Allied Health                                      2
+       CHM138                     Chemistry for Allied Health                                                  3
+       CHM138LL                   Chemistry for Allied Health Laboratory                                       1
        HCC109                     CPR for Health Care Provider OR
                                   (Note: Current CPR certification at the health care provider or
                                   professional rescuer level)                                                0.5

        General Education Requirements: Credits: 28

        CORE: Credits: 15
+       First-Year Composition     Any approved general education courses in the First-Year Composition area.          6

        Oral Communication         Any approved general education course in the Oral Communication area. 3

+       Critical Reading           CRE101 Critical & Evaluative Reading I (3) OR
                                   Equivalent as indicated by assessment.                                        3
+       Mathematics                MAT102 Mathematical Concepts/Applications OR
                                   Equivalent by assessment course OR
                                   Satisfactory completion of a higher MAT level mathematics course.             3

        DISTRIBUTION: Credits: 13

        Humanities & Fine Arts     Any approved general education course in the Humanities &
                                   Fine Arts area.                                                               3

        Natural Sciences           BIO160 Introduction to Human Anatomy & Physiology                             4

        Social and Behavioral      PSY101 Introduction to Psychology (3) AND
        Sciences                   SOC101 Introduction to Sociology (3)                                          6

        OR
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                         MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPM                                 Award Type/Major Code: AAS/3831
Development Date:PC                                           Initiator:Linda Garcia
Initiating College: PC                                        Instructional Design Facilitator: Irene Ruiz
Effective First Year Term:20046                               Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:04/26/04-04/29/04                      MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date: 06/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific: District-wide:         Shared:X
Participating Colleges: PC, RS                                Primary College: PC
                                                              Maintenance Date:
Current Program Title: Dental Hygiene

PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strikethroughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:
Total Credits:92.5-96.5
Overall G.P.A.: 2.0
CIPS Code: 51.0602
Program Availability:                     From:               To:

(AAS/Dental Hygiene/3831 continued)
(Program Prerequisites continued)

        OPTION 3: Credits: 38.5
              BIO162              Microbiology Concepts for Allied Health                                    2
+             CHM138              Chemistry for Allied Health                                                3
+             CHM138LL            Chemistry for Allied Health Laboratory                                     1
              HCC109              CPR for Health Care Provider OR
                                  (Note: Current CPR certification at the health care provider or
                                  professional rescuer level)                                               0.5
                 HCC130           Fundamentals in Health Care Delivery (3) OR
                 HCC130AA         Health Care Today (0.5) AND
                 HCC130AB         Workplace Behavior in Health Care (0.5) AND
                 HCC130AC         Personal Wellness and Safety (0.5) AND
                 HCC130AD         Communication and Teamwork in Health Care Organizations (0.5) AND
                 HCC130AE         Legal and Ethical Issues in Health Care (0.5) AND
                 HCC130AF         Decision Making in the Health Care Setting (0.5)                           3
+                HCC145AA         Medical Terminology for Health Care Workers I                              1

        General Education Requirements: Credits: 28
        CORE: Credits: 15
+       First-Year Composition Any approved general education courses in the First-Year Composition area.    6

        Oral Communication        Any approved general education course in the Oral Communication area.      3

+       Critical Reading          CRE101 Critical & Evaluative Reading (3) OR
                                  Equivalent as indicated by assessment.                                     3

+       Mathematics               MAT102 Mathematical Concepts/Applications OR
                                  Equivalent by assessment course OR
                                  Satisfactory completion of a higher MAT level mathematics course.          3

        DISTRIBUTION: Credits: 13
        Humanities & Fine Arts Any approved general education course in the Humanities & Fine Arts area.     3

        Natural Sciences          BIO160 Introduction to Human Anatomy & Physiology                          4

        Social and Behavioral     PSY101 Introduction to Psychology (3) AND
        Sciences                  SOC101 Introduction to Sociology (3)                                       6
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                         MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPM                                 Award Type/Major Code: AAS/3831
Development Date:PC                                           Initiator:Linda Garcia
Initiating College: PC                                        Instructional Design Facilitator: Irene Ruiz
Effective First Year Term:20046                               Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:04/26/04-04/29/04                      MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date: 06/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific: District-wide:         Shared:X
Participating Colleges: PC, RS                                Primary College: PC
                                                              Maintenance Date:
Current Program Title: Dental Hygiene

PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strikethroughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:
Total Credits:92.5-96.5
Overall G.P.A.: 2.0
CIPS Code: 51.0602
Program Availability:                     From:               To:

(AAS/Dental Hygiene/3831 continued)


Required Courses:                 Credits: 58

+       DHE110                    Pharmacology                                                       3
+       DHE112                    Oral Pathology                                                     3
+       DAE/DHE114                Emergency Medicine                                                 2
+       DHE119                    Head and Neck Anatomy                                              3
+       DHE120                    Pre-Clinical Dental Hygiene                                        6
+       DAE/DHE122                Dental Anatomy, Embryology and Histology                           2
+       DAE/DHE124                Dental Radiography                                                 2
+       DHE125                    Dental Radiography Laboratory                                      1
+       DHE127                    Prevention of Dental Disease                                       3
+       DHE132                    Dental Hygiene Theory I                                            3
+       DHE133                    Dental Hygiene Clinic I                                            3
+       DAE/DHE203                Dental Materials                                                   2
+       DAE/DHE204                Dental Materials Laboratory                                        1
+       DHE212                    Dental Hygiene Theory I                                            2
+       DHE213                    Dental Hygiene Clinic II                                           5
+       DHE219                    Practice Management                                                2
+       DHE225                    Periodontics                                                       3
+       DHE227                    Dental Anesthesia                                                  2
+       DHE229                    Community Oral Health                                              3
+       DHE232                    Dental Hygiene Theory III                                          2
+       DHE233                    Dental Hygiene Clinic III                                          5




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                         MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPM                                   Award Type/Major Code: AAS/3831
Development Date:PC                                             Initiator:Linda Garcia
Initiating College: PC                                          Instructional Design Facilitator: Irene Ruiz
Effective First Year Term:20046                                 Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:04/26/04-04/29/04                        MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date: 06/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific: District-wide:           Shared:X
Participating Colleges: PC, RS                                  Primary College: PC
                                                                Maintenance Date:
Current Program Title: Dental Hygiene

PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strikethroughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:
Total Credits:92.5-96.5
Overall G.P.A.: 2.0
CIPS Code: 51.0602
Program Availability:                       From:               To:

(AAS/Dental Hygiene/3831 continued)

General Education:         Credits: 0

        CORE: Credits: 0

+       First-Year Composition:
                 Met by any approved First-Year Composition courses in the Program Prerequisites area.       0

        Oral Communication:
                Met by any approved general education course in the Oral Communication area in the Program
                Prerequisites area.                                                                          0

+       Critical Reading:
                  Met by CRE101 Critical and Evaluative Reading (3) OR
                  Equivalent as indicated by assessment in Program Prerequisites area.                       0

        Mathematics:
               Met by MAT102 Mathematical Concepts/Applications OR
               Equivalent by assessment course OR
               Satisfactory completion of a higher MAT level mathematics course
               in Program Prerequisites area.                                                                0


        DISTRIBUTION: Credits: 10

        Humanities and Fine Arts:
               Met by any approved general education course in the Humanities and Fine Arts area
               in the Program Prerequisites area.                                                            0

        Social & Behavioral Sciences:
                Met by BIO160 Introduction to Human Anatomy and Physiology
                In the Program Prerequisites area.                                                           0

+       Natural Sciences:
                 Met by PSY101 Introduction to Psychology (3) AND
                 SOC101 Introduction to Sociology (3)
                 In the Program Prerequisites area.                                                          0

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                         MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPM                                    Award Type/Major Code:CCL/5202
Development Date:04/14/04                                        Initiator:Dana Fladhammer
Initiating College:PC                                            Instructional Design Facilitator:Irene Ruiz
Effective First Year Term:20046                                  Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:05/24/04-05/27/04                         MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:06/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:X District-wide:           Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                          Primary College:
                                                                 Maintenance Date:
Current Program Title:Legal Secretarial

PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strikethroughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code: CCL/Legal Secretarial/5202
Total Credits:18 36
Overall G.P.A.:2.0
CIPS Code:52.0403 22.0301
Program Availability:                  From:                To:


Description: Employment Career opportunities for legal secretaries have expanded extensively in recent years continue to
grow and develop. New technology has also made makes a great impact upon this career area. Today's legal secretaries must
be knowledgeable in business various areas of law, information systems, document preparation, legal office procedures, and
legal ethics, as well as and be highly proficient in keyboarding – both in typewriting and , word processing, transcribing, and
proofreading , which includes grammar, spelling, and punctuation. The degree and/or certificate programs have been designed
with the assistance of a professional legal secretarial advisory committee secretaries in our community to provide the
educational background necessary for one you to become a highly successful legal support professional.


Program Outline

Program Notes:        + indicates course has prerequisites and/or corequisites.
                      ++ indicates any module.
                      Students must earn a grade of “C” or better in all courses within the program.
                      Credit will not be awarded for both a course and its modular equivalency.

Admission Criteria:   A high school diploma or GEC equivalency is required. An application for admission
                      to the Legal Secretarial Program can be obtained from the Legal Studies Advisor.
                      Must have current English and Reading assessment reflecting eligibility for
                      ENG101 or ENG107 and CRE101 OR
                      a grade of "C" or better in ENG101 First-Year Composition or equivalent and
                      CRE101 Critical and Evaluative Reading OR
                      Permission of Program Director


Program Prerequisites: Credits: 24 6

                      Ability to type 35 wpm OR
                      OAS101++ Computer Typing I: Keyboard and Formatting (3) OR
                      Modular equivalents OR
                      Permission of Program Director AND                                                         3
                      Certificate of Completion in Legal Office Support (21 credits) (5959)                     21
                      OAS106++ Basic Machine Transcription (3) OR
                      Modular equivalents OR
                      Permission of Program Director                                                             3



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                         MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPM                                  Award Type/Major Code:CCL/5202
Development Date:04/14/04                                      Initiator:Dana Fladhammer
Initiating College:PC                                          Instructional Design Facilitator:Irene Ruiz
Effective First Year Term:20046                                Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:05/24/04-05/27/04                       MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:06/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:X District-wide:         Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                        Primary College:
                                                               Maintenance Date:
Current Program Title:Legal Secretarial

PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strikethroughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code: CCL/Legal Secretarial/5202
Total Credits:18 36
Overall G.P.A.:2.0
CIPS Code:52.0403 22.0301
Program Availability:                  From:                To:


(CCL/Legal Secretarial/5202 continued)


Required Courses: Credits: 18 36

        BPC110++                   Computer Usage and Applications
                                   (Note: Or modular equivalents)                                       3
+       BPC/OAS235DD               WordPerfect: Level II                                                2
+       BPC/OAS135DK               Word: Level I                                                        2
+       BPC/OAS235DK               Word: Level II                                                       2
        LAS101                     Introduction to Law                                                  3
+       OAS102++                   Computer Typing II: Document Production
                                   (Note: Or modular equivalents)                                       3
+       OAS103++                   Computer Typing: Skill Building
                                   (Note: Selected module will not apply in both Required Courses
                                   and Restricted Electives area.)
                                   (Note: Or modular equivalents)                                       1
        OAS108++                   Business English
                                   (Note: Or modular equivalents)                                       3
+       OAS121                     Techniques of Proofreading                                           1
        OAS125                     Introduction to the Professional Office                              3
+       OAS201                     Computer Typing III: Advanced Document Production                    3
+       OAS218                     Law Office Procedures                                                3
+       OAS220++                   Professional Legal Secretary
                                   (Note: Or modular equivalents)                                       4
+       OAS225                     Legal Document Preparation                                           2
+       OAS238                     Advanced Machine Transcription/Legal                                 3




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                         MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPM                                   Award Type/Major Code:CCL/5202
Development Date:04/14/04                                       Initiator:Dana Fladhammer
Initiating College:PC                                           Instructional Design Facilitator:Irene Ruiz
Effective First Year Term:20046                                 Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:05/24/04-05/27/04                        MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:06/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:X District-wide:          Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                         Primary College:
                                                                Maintenance Date:
Current Program Title:Legal Secretarial

PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strikethroughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code: CCL/Legal Secretarial/5202
Total Credits:18 36
Overall G.P.A.:2.0
CIPS Code:52.0403 22.0301
Program Availability:                  From:                To:


(CCL/Legal Secretarial/5202 continued)


Restricted Electives: Credits 3 None.
               (Note: Students should select from the following courses in consultation with a department advisor.

        ACC109                     Accounting Concepts                                                          3
        BPC/CIS114AE               Excel: Level I                                                               1
+       BPC/CIS114BE               Excel: Level II                                                              1
+       BPC/CIS114CE               Excel: Level III                                                             1
        BPC/CIS117AM               Database Management: Microsoft Access – Level I                              1
+       BPC/CIS117BM               Database Management: Microsoft Access – Level II                             1
+       BPC/CIS117CM               Database Management: Microsoft Access – Level III                            1
        BPC/CIS118AB               Powerpoint: Level I                                                          1
        BPC/CIS121AE               Windows Operating System: Level I                                            1
+       BPC/CIS122AE               Windows Operating System: Level II                                           1
        BPC/CIS133AA               The Internet/World Wide Web: Level I                                         1
        BTO/MGT148++               Office Ethics and Culture (Note: Or modular equivalents)                     2
+       LAS109                     Legal Procedures I                                                           3
+       LAS110                     Legal Procedures II                                                          3
+       LAS210                     Legal Office Procedures                                                      3
+       OAS103++                   Computer Typing: Skill Building (Note:Any Module)                            1
        OAS181++                   Medical Office: Vocabulary (Note: Or modular equivalents)                    3
+       OAS285++                   Office Automation Support Internship (Note: Any Module)                    1-3
+       SPA237                     Spanish Legal Terminology                                                    3


Free Electives: None.

General Education: None.




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                         MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPM                                    Award Type/Major Code:AAS/3202
Development Date:04/13/04                                        Initiator:Dana Fladhammer
Initiating College:PC                                            Instructional Design Facilitator:Irene Ruiz
Effective First Year Term:20046                                  Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:05/24/04-05/27/04                         MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:06/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:X District-wide:           Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                          Primary College:
                                                                 Maintenance Date:
Current Program Title:Legal Secretarial

PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strikethroughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:AAS/Legal Secretarial/3202
Total Credits: 67 61
Overall G.P.A.:2.0
CIPS Code:52.0403 22.0301
Program Availability:                  From:               To:


Description: Employment Career opportunities for legal secretaries have expanded extensively in recent years continue to
grow and develop. New technology has also made makes a great impact upon this career area. Today's legal secretaries must
be knowledgeable in business various areas of law, information systems, document preparation, legal office procedures, and
legal ethics, as well as and be highly proficient in keyboarding – both in typewriting and , word processing, transcribing, and
proofreading , which includes grammar, spelling, and punctuation. The degree and/or certificate programs have been designed
with the assistance of a professional legal secretarial advisory committee secretaries in our community to provide the
educational background necessary for one you to become a highly successful legal support professional.


Program Outline

Program Notes:            + indicates course has prerequisites and/or corequisites.
                          ++ indicates any module.
                          Students must earn a grade of “C” or better in all courses within the program.
                          Credit will not be awarded for both a course and its modular equivalency.

Admission Criteria:       A high school diploma or GEC equivalency is required. An application for admission to the
                          Legal Secretarial Program can be obtained from the Legal Studies Advisor.
                          Must have current English and Reading assessment reflecting eligibility for
                          ENG101 or ENG107 and CRE101 OR
                          a grade of "C" or better in ENG101 First-Year Composition or equivalent and
                          CRE101 Critical and Evaluative Reading OR
                          Permission of Program Director

Program Prerequisites:    Credits: 3 6

                          Ability to type 35 wpm OR
                          OAS101++ Computer Typing I: Keyboard and Formatting (3) OR
                          Modular equivalents OR
                          Permission of Program Director AND                                                     3
                          OAS106++ Basic Machine Transcription (3) OR
                          Modular equivalents OR                                                                 3
                          Permission of Program Director




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                         MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPM                                  Award Type/Major Code:AAS/3202
Development Date:04/13/04                                      Initiator:Dana Fladhammer
Initiating College:PC                                          Instructional Design Facilitator:Irene Ruiz
Effective First Year Term:20046                                Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:05/24/04-05/27/04                       MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:06/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:X District-wide:         Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                        Primary College:
                                                               Maintenance Date:
Current Program Title:Legal Secretarial

PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strikethroughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:AAS/Legal Secretarial/3202
Total Credits: 67 61
Overall G.P.A.:2.0
CIPS Code:52.0403 22.0301
Program Availability:                  From:               To:


(AAS/Legal Secretarial/3202 continued)


Required Courses: Credits: 39 36

        BPC110++                   Computer Usage and Applications
                                   (Note: Or modular equivalents)                                       3
+       BPC/OAS135DD               WordPerfect: Level I                                                 2
+       BPC/OAS235DD               WordPerfect: Level II                                                2
+       BPC/OAS135DK               Word: Level I                                                        2
+       BPC/OAS235DK               Word: Level II                                                       2
        GBS205                     Legal, Ethical, and Regulatory Issues in Business                    3
        LAS101                     Introduction to Law                                                  3
+       OAS102++                   Computer Typing II: Document Production
                                   (Note: Or modular equivalents)                                       3
+       OAS103++                   Computer Typing: Skill Building
                                   (Note: Selected module will not apply in both Required Courses
                                   and Restricted Electives area.)
                                   (Note: Or modular equivalents)                                       1
        OAS106++                   Basic Machine Transcription
                                   (Note: Or modular equivalents)                                       3
        OAS108++                   Business English
                                   (Note: Or modular equivalents)                                       3
+       OAS121                     Techniques of Proofreading                                           1
        OAS125                     Introduction to the Professional Office                              3
+       OAS201                     Computer Typing III: Advanced Document Production                    3
+       OAS218                     Law Office Procedures                                                3
+       OAS220++                   Professional Legal Secretary
                                   (Note: Or modular equivalents)                                       4
+       OAS225                     Legal Document Preparation                                           2
+       OAS238                     Advanced Machine Transcription/Legal                                 3




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                         MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPM                                    Award Type/Major Code:AAS/3202
Development Date:04/13/04                                        Initiator:Dana Fladhammer
Initiating College:PC                                            Instructional Design Facilitator:Irene Ruiz
Effective First Year Term:20046                                  Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:05/24/04-05/27/04                         MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:06/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:X District-wide:           Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                          Primary College:
                                                                 Maintenance Date:
Current Program Title:Legal Secretarial

PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strikethroughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:AAS/Legal Secretarial/3202
Total Credits: 67 61
Overall G.P.A.:2.0
CIPS Code:52.0403 22.0301
Program Availability:                  From:               To:


(AAS/Legal Secretarial/3202 continued)


Restricted Electives: Credits: 3 None.

         (Note: Students should select from the following courses in consultation with a department advisor.)

         ACC109                             Accounting Concepts                                                 3
         BPC/CIS114AE                       Excel: Level I                                                      1
+        BPC/CIS114BE                       Excel: Level II                                                     1
+        BPC/CIS114CE                       Excel: Level III                                                    1
         BPC/CIS117AM                       Data Base Management: Microsoft Access – Level I                    1
+        BPC/CIS117BM                       Data Base Management: Microsoft Access – Level II                   1
+        BPC/CIS117CM                       Data Base Management: Microsoft Access – Level III                  1
         BPC/CIS118AB                       Powerpoint: Level I                                                 1
         BPC/CIS121AE                       Windows Operating System: Level I                                   1
+        BPC/CIS122AE                       Windows Operating System: Level II                                  1
         BPC133AA                           The Internet/World Wide Web: Level I                                1
         BTO/MGT148++                       Office Ethics and Culture (Note: Or modular equivalents)            2
+        LAS109                             Legal Procedures I                                                  3
+        LAS110                             Legal Procedures II                                                 3
+        LAS210                             Law Office Procedures                                               3
+        OAS103++                           Computer Typing: Skill Building
                                            (Note: Any module)
                                                           (Note: Selected module will not apply in both Required
                                                                           Courses and Restricted Electives area.) 1
         OAS181++                           Medical Office: Vocabulary
                                            (Note: Or modular equivalents)                                      3
+        OAS285++                           Office Automation Support Internship
                                            (Note: Any module)                                                1-3
+        SPA237                             Spanish Legal Terminology                                           3


Free Electives: None.




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                         MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPM                                 Award Type/Major Code:AAS/3202
Development Date:04/13/04                                     Initiator:Dana Fladhammer
Initiating College:PC                                         Instructional Design Facilitator:Irene Ruiz
Effective First Year Term:20046                               Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:05/24/04-05/27/04                      MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:06/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:X District-wide:        Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                       Primary College:
                                                              Maintenance Date:
Current Program Title:Legal Secretarial

PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strikethroughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:AAS/Legal Secretarial/3202
Total Credits: 67 61
Overall G.P.A.:2.0
CIPS Code:52.0403 22.0301
Program Availability:                  From:               To:


(AAS/Legal Secretarial/3202 continued)


General Studies Education: Credits: 25

        CORE                       Credits: 15

        First Year Composition
                                   Any approved General Studies Education courses in the First Year
                                   Composition area.                                                        6

        Oral Communication
                                   Any approved General Studies Education course in the Oral
                                   Communication area.                                                      3

        Critical Reading
                                   Any approved General Studies Education course in the
                                   Critical Reading area.                                                   3

        Mathematics
                                   Any approved General Studies Education course in the
                                   Mathematics area.                                                        3


        DISTRIBUTION               Credits: 10

        Humanities & and Fine Arts
                                Any approved General Studies Education course in the
                                Humanities and Fine Arts area.                                              3

        Social & and Behavioral Sciences
                                 Any approved General Studies Education course in the
                                 Social and Behavioral Sciences area.                                       3

        Natural Sciences
                                   Any approved General Studies Education course in the
                                   Natural Sciences area.                                                   4

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                         MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPM                                     Award Type/Major Code:CCL/5144
Development Date:02/11/04                                         Initiator:Liz Ligon
Initiating College:PC                                             Instructional Design Facilitator:Irene Ruiz
Effective First Year Term:20046                                   Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:04/26/04-04/29/04                          MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date: 06/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific: District-wide:             Shared:X
Participating Colleges:CG, PC                                     Primary College:PC
                                                                  Maintenance Date: 04/21/04 jg
Current Program Title:Therapeutic Massage

PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strikethroughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:
Total Credits:41-45
Overall G.P.A.:2.0
CIPS Code:12.0405 51.4304
Program Availability:                          From:              To:


Description: This certificate program is designed to provide students with the philosophical foundation and technical skills
required to perform therapeutic massage. Students are prepared to manage a private massage practice and/or work in
collaboration with other health field professionals. Completers of this certificate program will be qualified to apply for
licensure as massage therapists in the Phoenix metropolitan area.


Program Outline

Program Notes:        + indicates course has prerequisites and/or corequisites.

                      ++ indicates any course.

                      Students must earn a grade of “C” or better in all courses required within the program.

                      Students must attend an orientation prior to making an application to the program and receive
                      advisement from the Program Director.

                      A special application must be completed to be officially accepted in the program. Contact
                      the Advisement Center to obtain the Therapeutic Massage Program packet.

Admission Criteria:   High school diploma or GED.

                      Completion of Program Prerequisites.

                      Proof of current immunization: MMR (Measles, Mumps, and Rubella), TB (tuberculosis skin test), varicella,
                      and HEB (Hepatitis vaccine).

                      CPR Certification at the Health Care Provider level.

                      Completion of the Fitness Declaration Form.

                      Pass a drug screening.

                      Successfully complete an interview process.

.                     Acceptance into the Therapeutic Massage Program.


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          OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES
                         MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPM                                   Award Type/Major Code:CCL/5144
Development Date:02/11/04                                       Initiator:Liz Ligon
Initiating College:PC                                           Instructional Design Facilitator:Irene Ruiz
Effective First Year Term:20046                                 Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:04/26/04-04/29/04                        MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date: 06/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific: District-wide:           Shared:X
Participating Colleges:CG, PC                                   Primary College:PC
                                                                Maintenance Date: 04/21/04 jg
Current Program Title:Therapeutic Massage

PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strikethroughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:
Total Credits:41-45
Overall G.P.A.:2.0
CIPS Code:12.0405 51.4304
Program Availability:                       From:               To:


(CCL/Therapeutic Massage/5144 continued)


Program Prerequisites:             Credits: 10-14 11-15
        (Note: the credit hour range is subject to change depending on the student’s educational experiences.

        OPTION 1:         Credits: 10 11
                          Completion of HCC courses are waived for students who have completed an Associate in
                          Applied Science degree or higher degree in a health science discipline from a regionally
                          accredited institution of higher education recognized by Maricopa County Community
                          College District.

        BIO160            Introduction to Human Anatomy and Physiology                                            4
        WED151            Overview of Alternative Medicine                                                      2 3
        WED165            Overview of Massage Therapy                                                             2
        WED215            Self-Care for Massage Therapists Health Care Providers                                  2


        OPTION 2:         Credits: 14 15
        BIO160            Introduction to Human Anatomy and Physiology                                            4
        HCC130            Fundamentals in Health Care Delivery                                                    3
        HCC145AA          Medical Terminology for Health Care Workers I                                           1
        WED151            Overview of Alternative Medicine                                                      2 3
        WED165            Overview of Massage Therapy                                                             2
        WED215            Self-Care for Massage Therapists Health Care Providers                                  2


Required Courses: Credits: 24

        MGT253                     Owning and Operating a Small Business                                        3
+       WED230                     Therapeutic Massage Practices I                                              6
+       WED231                     Therapeutic Massage Practices II                                             6
+       WED232                     Therapeutic Massage Practices III                                            6
+       WED250                     Clinical Practicum                                                           3




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                         MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPM                                  Award Type/Major Code:CCL/5144
Development Date:02/11/04                                      Initiator:Liz Ligon
Initiating College:PC                                          Instructional Design Facilitator:Irene Ruiz
Effective First Year Term:20046                                Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:04/26/04-04/29/04                       MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date: 06/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific: District-wide:          Shared:X
Participating Colleges:CG, PC                                  Primary College:PC
                                                               Maintenance Date: 04/21/04 jg
Current Program Title:Therapeutic Massage

PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strikethroughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:
Total Credits:41-45
Overall G.P.A.:2.0
CIPS Code:12.0405 51.4304
Program Availability:                       From:              To:

(CCL/Therapeutic Massage/5144 continued)

Restricted Electives: Credits: 7 6
         (Note: Students must select a minimum of one (1) course from each category.)

        CATEGORY I:
        (Note: Select a minimum of one (1) course from Category I)
        HES100                   Healthful Living                                                          3
        HES271                   Prevention and Treatment of Athletic Injuries                             3
        WED297AC                 Special Topics: Therapeutic Massage                                       3

        CATEGORY II:
        (Note: Select a minimum of one (1) course from Category II. Permission of Program Director is required.)
+       WED210                   Sports Massage                                                            2
+       WED262                   Acupressure/Shiatsu I                                                     2
+       WED264                   Acupressure/Shiatsu II                                                    2
        WED297AB                 Special Topics: Therapeutic Massage                                       2

        CATEGORY III:
        (Note: Select a minimum of one (1) course from Category III)
        PED101AO                 Aikido (1) OR
        PED102AO                 Aikido (1) OR
        PED201AO                 Aikido (1) OR
        PED202AO                 Aikido (1)                                                                1
        PED101VR                 Tai Chi (1) OR
        PED102VR                 Tai Chi (1) OR
        PED201VR                 Tai Chi (1) OR
        PED202VR                 Tai Chi (1)                                                               1
        PED101YJ                 Yoga (1) OR
        PED102YJ                 Yoga (1) OR
        PED201YJ                 Yoga (1) OR
        PED202YJ                 Yoga (1)                                                                  1
        WED/PED121               Physical Conditioning for Massage Therapists                              1
        WED156                   Humor and Play                                                            1
        WED162                   Meditation and Wellness                                                   1
        WED170                   Principles of Homeopathy                                                  1
        WED172                   Herbal Remedies                                                           1
        WED176                   Flower Essences                                                           1
        WED218                   Aromatherapy                                                              1
        WED297AA                 Special Topics: Therapeutic Massage                                       1
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          OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES
                         MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPM                                 Award Type/Major Code:CCL/5144
Development Date:02/11/04                                     Initiator:Liz Ligon
Initiating College:PC                                         Instructional Design Facilitator:Irene Ruiz
Effective First Year Term:20046                               Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:04/26/04-04/29/04                      MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date: 06/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific: District-wide:         Shared:X
Participating Colleges:CG, PC                                 Primary College:PC
                                                              Maintenance Date: 04/21/04 jg
Current Program Title:Therapeutic Massage

PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strikethroughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:
Total Credits:41-45
Overall G.P.A.:2.0
CIPS Code:12.0405 51.4304
Program Availability:                       From:             To:


(CCL/Therapeutic Massage/5144 continued)
(Restricted Electives continued)


        CATEGORY IV:
        (Note: Select a minimum of one (1) course from Category IV)
        PED101AO                 Aikido (1) OR
        PED102AO                 Aikido (1) OR
        PED201AO                 Aikido (1) OR
        PED202AO                 Aikido (1)                                                         1
        PED101VR                 Tai Chi (1) OR
        PED102VR                 Tai Chi (1) OR
        PED201VR                 Tai Chi (1) OR
        PED202VR                 Tai Chi (1)                                                        1
        PED101YJ                 Yoga (1) OR
        PED102YJ                 Yoga (1) OR
        PED201YJ                 Yoga (1) OR
        PED202YJ                 Yoga (1)                                                           1
        WED/PED121               Physical Conditioning for Massage Therapists                       1


Free Electives: None.


General Education: None.




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          OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES
                         MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPM                                     Award Type/Major Code:AAS/3144
Development Date:02/11/04                                         Initiator: Liz Ligon
Initiating College:PC                                             Instructional Design Facilitator: Irene Ruiz
Effective First Year Term:20046                                   Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:04/26/04-04/29/04                          MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date: 06/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific: District-wide:             Shared:X
Participating Colleges:CG, PC                                     Primary College: PC
                                                                  Maintenance Date:
Current Program Title:Therapeutic Massage

PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strikethroughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:
Total Credits:66-70
Overall G.P.A.:2.0
CIPS Code:12.0405 51.4304
Program Availability:                          From:              To:


Description: This degree program is designed to provide students with the philosophical foundation and technical skills required
to perform therapeutic massage. Students are prepared to manage a private massage practice and/or work in collaboration with
other health field professionals. Completers of this degree program will be qualified to apply for licensure as massage therapists
in the Phoenix metropolitan area.


Program Outline

Program Notes:        + indicates course has prerequisites and/or corequisites.

                      ++ indicates any course.

                      Students must earn a grade of “C” or better in all courses required within the program.

                      Students must attend an orientation prior to making an application to the program and
                      receive advisement from the Program Director.

                      A special application must be completed to be officially accepted in the program. Contact
                      the Program Director or Advisement to obtain the Therapeutic Massage Program packet.

Admission Criteria:   High school diploma or GED.

                      Completion of Program Prerequisites.

                      Proof of current immunization: MMR (Measles, Mumps, and Rubella), TB (tuberculosis skin test),
                      varicella, and HEB (Hepatitis vaccine).

                      CPR Certification at the Health Care Provider level.

                      Completion of the Fitness Declaration Form.

                      Pass a drug screening.

                      Successfully complete an interview process.

.                     Acceptance into the Therapeutic Massage Program.


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          OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES
                         MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPM                                    Award Type/Major Code:AAS/3144
Development Date:02/11/04                                        Initiator: Liz Ligon
Initiating College:PC                                            Instructional Design Facilitator: Irene Ruiz
Effective First Year Term:20046                                  Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:04/26/04-04/29/04                         MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date: 06/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific: District-wide:            Shared:X
Participating Colleges:CG, PC                                    Primary College: PC
                                                                 Maintenance Date:
Current Program Title:Therapeutic Massage

PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strikethroughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:
Total Credits:66-70
Overall G.P.A.:2.0
CIPS Code:12.0405 51.4304
Program Availability:                       From:                To:

(AAS/Therapeutic Massage/3144 continued)

Program Prerequisites:             Credits: 10-14 11-15
        (Note: the credit hour range is subject to change depending on the student’s educational experiences.

        OPTION 1:         Credits: 10 11
                          Completion of HCC courses are waived for students who have completed an Associate in Applied
                          Science degree or higher degree in a health science discipline from a regionally accredited institution
                          of higher education recognized by Maricopa County Community College District.

        BIO160            Introduction to Human Anatomy and Physiology                                           4
        WED151            Overview of Alternative Medicine                                                      23
        WED165            Overview of Massage Therapy                                                            2
        WED215            Self-Care for Massage Therapists Health Care Professionals                             2


        OPTION 2:         Credits:    14 15
        BIO160            Introduction to Human Anatomy and Physiology                                           4
        HCC130            Fundamentals in Health Care Delivery                                                   3
        HCC145AA          Medical Terminology for Health Care Workers I                                          1
        WED151            Overview of Alternative Medicine                                                      23
        WED165            Overview of Massage Therapy                                                            2
        WED215            Self-Care for Massage Therapists Health Care Professionals                             2



Required Courses:         Credits: 24

        MGT253            Owning and Operating a Small Business                                                 3
+       WED230            Therapeutic Massage Practices I                                                       6
+       WED231            Therapeutic Massage Practices II                                                      6
+       WED232            Therapeutic Massage Practices III                                                     6
+       WED250            Clinical Practicum                                                                    3




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          OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES
                         MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPM                                  Award Type/Major Code:AAS/3144
Development Date:02/11/04                                      Initiator: Liz Ligon
Initiating College:PC                                          Instructional Design Facilitator: Irene Ruiz
Effective First Year Term:20046                                Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:04/26/04-04/29/04                       MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date: 06/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific: District-wide:          Shared:X
Participating Colleges:CG, PC                                  Primary College: PC
                                                               Maintenance Date:
Current Program Title:Therapeutic Massage

PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strikethroughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:
Total Credits:66-70
Overall G.P.A.:2.0
CIPS Code:12.0405 51.4304
Program Availability:                       From:              To:

(AAS/Therapeutic Massage/3144 continued)

Restricted Electives: Credits: 11 10
         (Note: Students must select a minimum of one (1) course from each category.)

        CATEGORY I:
        (Note: Select a minimum of one (1) course from Category I)
        HES100            Healthful Living                                                              3
        HES271            Prevention and Treatment of Athletic Injuries                                 3
        WED297AC                   Special Topics: Therapeutic Massage                                  3

        CATEGORY II:
        (Note: Select a minimum of one (1) course from Category II. Permission of Program Director is
        required.)
+       WED210                   Sports Massage                                                         2
+       WED262                   Acupressure/Shiatsu I                                                  2
+       WED264                   Acupressure/Shiatsu II                                                 2
        WED297AB                 Special Topics: Therapeutic Massage                                    2

        CATEGORY III:
        (Note: Select a minimum of one (1) course from Category III)
        WED156                   Humor and Play                                                         1
        WED162                   Meditation and Wellness                                                1
        WED170                   Principles of Homeopathy                                               1
        WED172                   Herbal Remedies                                                        1
        WED176                   Flower Essences                                                        1
        WED218                   Aromatherapy                                                           1
        WED297AA                 Special Topics: Therapeutic Massage                                    1




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          OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES
                         MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPM                                 Award Type/Major Code:AAS/3144
Development Date:02/11/04                                     Initiator: Liz Ligon
Initiating College:PC                                         Instructional Design Facilitator: Irene Ruiz
Effective First Year Term:20046                               Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:04/26/04-04/29/04                      MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date: 06/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific: District-wide:         Shared:X
Participating Colleges:CG, PC                                 Primary College: PC
                                                              Maintenance Date:
Current Program Title:Therapeutic Massage

PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strikethroughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:
Total Credits:66-70
Overall G.P.A.:2.0
CIPS Code:12.0405 51.4304
Program Availability:                       From:             To:


(AAS/Therapeutic Massage/3144 continued)
(Restricted Electives continued)


        CATEGORY IV:
        (Note: Select a minimum of one (1) course from Category IV)

        PED101AO                  Aikido (1) OR
        PED102AO                  Aikido (1) OR
        PED201AO                  Aikido (1) OR
        PED202AO                  Aikido (1)                                                         1
        PED101VR                  Tai Chi (1) OR
        PED102VR                  Tai Chi (1) OR
        PED201VR                  Tai Chi (1) OR
        PED202VR                  Tai Chi (1)                                                        1
        PED101YJ                  Yoga (1) OR
        PED102YJ                  Yoga (1) OR
        PED201YJ                  Yoga (1) OR
        PED202YJ                  Yoga (1)                                                           1
        WED/PED121                Physical Conditioning for Massage Therapists                       1




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          OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES
                         MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPM                                 Award Type/Major Code:AAS/3144
Development Date:02/11/04                                     Initiator: Liz Ligon
Initiating College:PC                                         Instructional Design Facilitator: Irene Ruiz
Effective First Year Term:20046                               Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:04/26/04-04/29/04                      MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date: 06/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific: District-wide:         Shared:X
Participating Colleges:CG, PC                                 Primary College: PC
                                                              Maintenance Date:
Current Program Title:Therapeutic Massage

PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strikethroughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:
Total Credits:66-70
Overall G.P.A.:2.0
CIPS Code:12.0405 51.4304
Program Availability:                       From:             To:


(AAS/Therapeutic Massage/3144 continued)


General Studies Education: Credits: 21

        CORE                      Credits: 15

+       First-Year                Any approved General Studies Education courses in the
        Composition               First-Year Composition area.                                       6

        Oral                      COM110, Interpersonal Communication (3) OR
+       Communication             COM230, Small Group Communication (3)                              3

        Critical                  Any approved General Studies Education course in the
+       Reading                   Critical Reading area.                                             3

+       Mathematics               Any approved General Studies Education course in the
                                  Mathematics area.                                                  3


        DISTRIBUTION:             Credits: 6

        Humanities                Any approved General Studies Education course in the
        & Fine Arts               Humanities and Fine Arts area.                                     3

        Social and
        Behavioral
        Sciences                  REC120, Leisure and the Qualify of Life                            3

        Natural                   Met by BIO160, in Program Prerequisites
        Sciences                  area.                                                              0




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                         MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPM                                      Award Type/Major Code:CCL/5080
Development Date:03/23/04                                          Initiator:Debra Dorr
Initiating College:PC                                              Instructional Design Facilitator:Irene Ruiz
Effective First Year Term:20046                                    Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:05/24/04-05/27/04                           MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:06/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:X District-wide:             Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                            Primary College:
                                                                   Maintenance Date:
Current Program Title:Welding

PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strikethroughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:CCL/Welding/5080
Total Credits:21 24
Overall G.P.A.:2.0
CIPS Code:48.0508
Program Availability:                  From:                       To:


Description: The Certificate of Completion in Welding is designed to prepare students for entry-level positions in the
manufacturing and welding industries, as well as to provide updated skills to currently employed welders. Certification
exams for the American Welding Society (A.W.S.) are incorporated into the advanced classes. Program completers may
obtain positions in almost any industry requiring arc, metallic inert gas (mig), or tungsten inert gas (tig) welding skills.


Program Outline

Program Notes:
        (Note: Students must earn a grade of “C” or better in each course in the Required Courses area.)
        (Note: + indicates course has prerequisite and/or corequisites.)

Admission Criteria: None.

Program Prerequisites: None.

Required Courses: Credits 21 24

         WLD101             Welding I                                                                                  3
         WLD106             Arc Welding                                                                                5
         WLD150             Welding Blueprint Reading                                                                  3
+        WLD201             Welding II                                                                                 3
+        WLD206             Advanced Welding – Heliarc & Wire Feed                                                     5
+        WLD208             Advanced Arc Welding – Certification                                                       5


Restricted Electives: None.


Free Electives: None.


General Education: None.




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                         MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPM                                Award Type/Major Code: CCL/5018
Development Date: 4/26/04                                    Initiator: Umar Sharif
Initiating College: PV                                       Instructional Design Facilitator: Marilyn Cristiano
Effective First Year Term: 20046                             Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date: 5/24-27/04                           MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date: 6/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific: X District-wide:      Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                      Primary College:
                                                             Maintenance Date: 5/19/04
Current Program Title: Teaching Healing Meditation & Stress Management

PROPOSED: (Bold text = additions. Strikethroughs = deletions.)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code: CCL/Teaching Healing Meditation & Stress Management/5018
Total Credits: 20.5 21.5
Overall G.P.A.: 2.0
CIPS Code: 51.9999
Program Availability:                  From:             To:


Description: This program provides instruction and experiential training in kinetic, auditory, and visual modalities of healing
meditation; instruction and training in the application of these techniques to stress management; and training and practical
experience in teaching and utilizing healing meditation for stress management in clinical and professional settings.

Program Notes:        (Note: Students must earn a grade of "C" or better in all courses within the program.)
                      (Note: + indicates course has prerequisites and/or corequisites.)

Program Prerequisites: Credits: 4

Completion of an Associate of Applied Science degree or higher in a recognized health science discipline from a regionally
accredited institution of higher education recognized by Maricopa County Community College District OR
Combination degree in psychology, social work, counseling, health education, exercise science or related field AND
1 year experience in related health fields OR

The following HCC courses: 4 Credits

         HCC130            Fundamentals in Health Care Delivery (3) OR
         HCC130AA          Health Care Today (0.5) AND
         HCC130AB          Workplace Behaviors in Health Care (0.5) AND
         HCC130AC          Personal Wellness and Safety (0.5) AND
         HCC130AD          Communication and Teamwork in Health Care Organizations (0.5) AND
         HCC130AE          Legal Issues in Health Care (0.5) AND
         HCC130AF          Decision Making in the Health Care Setting (0.5)                                                 3

         HCC145AA          Medical Terminology for Health Care Workers I                                                    1




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                         MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPM                                Award Type/Major Code: CCL/5018
Development Date: 4/26/04                                    Initiator: Umar Sharif
Initiating College: PV                                       Instructional Design Facilitator: Marilyn Cristiano
Effective First Year Term: 20046                             Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date: 5/24-27/04                           MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date: 6/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific: X District-wide:      Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                      Primary College:
                                                             Maintenance Date: 5/19/04
Current Program Title: Teaching Healing Meditation & Stress Management

PROPOSED: (Bold text = additions. Strikethroughs = deletions.)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code: CCL/Teaching Healing Meditation & Stress Management/5018
Total Credits: 20.5 21.5
Overall G.P.A.: 2.0
CIPS Code: 51.9999
Program Availability:                  From:             To:

(CCL/Teaching Healing Meditation & Stress Management/5018 continued)

Required Courses: 20.5 21.5

        HES100               Healthful Living                                                         3
        WED105               Minimizing Workplace Stress                                            0.5
        WED151               Overview of Introduction to Alternative Medicine                      2 3
        WED162               Meditation and Wellness                                                  1

        PED101DD             Physical Activity: Chi Kung Qi Gong (1) OR
        PED102DD             Physical Activity: Chi Kung Qi Gong (1) OR
        PED201DD             Physical Activity: Chi Kung Qi Gong (1) OR
        PED202DD             Physical Activity: Chi Kung Qi Gong (1)                                  1

        AND

        PED101VR             Physical Activity: Tai Chi (1) OR
        PED102VR             Physical Activity: Tai Chi (1) OR
        PED201VR             Physical Activity: Tai Chi (1) OR
        PED202VR             Physical Activity: Tai Chi (1)

        OR

        PED101YJ             Physical Activity: Yoga (1) OR
        PED102YJ             Physical Activity: Yoga (1) OR
        PED201YJ             Physical Activity: Yoga (1) OR
        PED202YJ             Physical Activity: Yoga (1)                                              1

+       WED257               Kinetic Meditation                                                       2
+       WED258               Auditory Meditation                                                      2
+       WED259               Visual Meditation                                                        2
+       SOC270               Sociology of Health and Illness                                          3
+       WED275               Practicum: Teach Healing, Med, Stress Mgt                                3

Restricted Electives: None

Free Electives: None

General Studies: None
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                         MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPM                                    Award Type/Major Code:CCL/5708
Development Date:05/05/04                                        Initiator:Myron Brower
Initiating College:SC                                            Instructional Design Facilitator:Ava Jensen
Effective First Year Term:20046                                  Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:05/24/04-05/27/04                         MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:06/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:X District-wide:           Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                          Primary College:
                                                                 Maintenance Date:
Current Program Title:Architectural Technology

PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strikethroughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:CCL/Architectural Technology/5708
Total Credits:30
Overall G.P.A.:2.00
CIPS Code:48.0199
Program Availability:                  From:              To:

Description: Computer Aided Drafting (CAD) using AutoCAD software forms the core of the AAS and Certificate programs in
Architectural Technology. These programs are designed to provide the informational, attitudinal, and technical skills required for
an entry-level position as a CAD operator in Architectural or Interior Design offices; Structural, Mechanical, Electrical, or Civil
Engineering offices; Landscape Architects’ offices or related fields.

Competency-based course work builds on residential and commercial plans developed in introductory courses progressing to a set
of Architectural working drawings. Drafting courses are grouped and sequenced by specific drawing types. This allows detailed
study and analysis of the theory, standards, and decision-making processes influencing the development of drawings as well as
the interrelationships among various types of drawings in the finished set.

Students will work individually and in teams in a professional environment and will develop drawings which incorporate typical
design industry conventions and methods, code requirements, and local construction techniques. Lessons are real world based
and are designed to teach responsible problem solving, building from one situation or set of conditions to the next as students
create professional quality working drawings.

Program Outline
Program Notes:        A grade of “C” or better is required for all courses within the program.
                      + indicates course has prerequisites and/or corequisites.

Admission Criteria: None

Program Prerequisites: None

Required Courses:Credits:30

         BLT263                     Building Codes                                                              3
         BLT263AK                   Building Codes: IBC                                                         3
         DFT105                     Computer Aided Drafting I                                                   3
         DFT121                     Introduction to Architectural Drafting                                      3
         DFT126                     Building Trades Blueprint Reading                                           3
+        DFT150                     Architectural CAD I: Floor Plans and Elevations                             3
+        DFT151                     Architectural CAD II: Site Plans and Sections                               3
+        DFT200                     Architectural CAD III: Structural Systems                                   3
+        DFT201                     Architectural CAD IV: Mechanical & Electrical Systems                       3
+        DFT280                     Architectural Technology Synthesis                                          3
         GTC124                     Methods and Materials of Construction                                       3

Restricted Electives: None
Free Electives: None
General Education: None
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          OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES
                         MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPM                                    Award Type/Major Code:AAS/3708
Development Date:05/05/04                                        Initiator:Myron Brower
Initiating College:SC                                            Instructional Design Facilitator:Ava Jensen
Effective First Year Term:20046                                  Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:05/24/04-05/27/04                         MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:06/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:X District-wide:           Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                          Primary College:
                                                                 Maintenance Date:05/14/04 mm
Current Program Title:Architectural Technology

PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strikethroughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:AAS/Architectural Technology/3708
Total Credits:65-67
Overall G.P.A.:2.00
CIPS Code:48.0102
Program Availability:                  From:              To:


Description: Computer Aided Drafting (CAD) using AutoCAD software forms the core of the AAS and Certificate programs in
Architectural Technology. These programs are designed to provide the informational, attitudinal, and technical skills required for
an entry-level position as a CAD operator in Architectural or Interior Design offices; Structural, Mechanical, Electrical, or Civil
Engineering offices; Landscape Architects’ offices or related fields.

Competency-based course work builds on residential and commercial plans developed in introductory courses progressing to a set
of Architectural working drawings. Drafting courses are grouped and sequenced by specific drawing types. This allows detailed
study and analysis of the theory, standards, and decision-making processes influencing the development of drawings as well as
the interrelationships among various types of drawings in the finished set.

Students will work individually and in teams in a professional environment and will develop drawings which incorporate typical
design industry conventions and methods, code requirements, and local construction techniques. Lessons are real world based
and are designed to teach responsible problem solving, building from one situation or set of conditions to the next as students
create professional quality working drawings.


Program Outline

Program Notes: (Note: Students must earn a grade of "C" or better in all courses within the program.)
               (Note: + indicates course has prerequisites and/or corequisites.)
               (Note: ++ indicates any module)


Admission Criteria: None


Program Prerequisites: None




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          OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES
                         MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPM                                  Award Type/Major Code:AAS/3708
Development Date:05/05/04                                      Initiator:Myron Brower
Initiating College:SC                                          Instructional Design Facilitator:Ava Jensen
Effective First Year Term:20046                                Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:05/24/04-05/27/04                       MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:06/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:X District-wide:         Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                        Primary College:
                                                               Maintenance Date:05/14/04 mm
Current Program Title:Architectural Technology

PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strikethroughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:AAS/Architectural Technology/3708
Total Credits:65-67
Overall G.P.A.:2.00
CIPS Code:48.0102
Program Availability:                  From:              To:


(AAS/Architectural Technology/3708 continued)

Required Courses: Credits: 30

         BLT263                     Building Codes                                                    3
         BLT263AK                   Building Codes: IBC                                               3
         DFT105                     Computer Aided Drafting I                                         3
         DFT121                     Introduction to Architectural Drafting                            3
         DFT126                     Building Trades Blueprint Reading                                 3
+        DFT150                     Architectural CAD I: Floor Plans and Elevations                   3
+        DFT151                     Architectural CAD II: Site Plans and Sections                     3
+        DFT200                     Architectural CAD III: Structural Systems                         3
+        DFT201                     Architectural CAD IV: Mechanical & Electrical Systems             3
+        DFT280                     Architectural Technology Synthesis                                3
         GTC124                     Methods and Materials of Construction                             3


Restricted Electives: Credits: 11

         ARH100                     Introduction to Art                                               3
         ART111                     Drawing I                                                         3
         BLT263AL                   Building Codes: IRC                                               3
         CAD+++++                   Any CAD course                                                  1-3
         CIS/BPC+++++               Any Windows/Internet/Word Processing course                     1-3
+        DFT221                     Architectural Rendering: Pen and Ink, Technical Techniques        3
+        DFT225                     Architectural CAD V: Construction Details                         3
+        DFT296++                   Cooperative Education                                           1-3
         DFT+++++                   Any other CAD or 3D-CAD courses                                 3-9
         INT115                     Historical Architecture and Furniture                             3
         INT120                     Twentieth Century Modern Architecture and Furniture               3


Free Electives: None




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                         MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPM                                  Award Type/Major Code:AAS/3708
Development Date:05/05/04                                      Initiator:Myron Brower
Initiating College:SC                                          Instructional Design Facilitator:Ava Jensen
Effective First Year Term:20046                                Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:05/24/04-05/27/04                       MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:06/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:X District-wide:         Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                        Primary College:
                                                               Maintenance Date:05/14/04 mm
Current Program Title:Architectural Technology

PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strikethroughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:AAS/Architectural Technology/3708
Total Credits:65-67
Overall G.P.A.:2.00
CIPS Code:48.0102
Program Availability:                  From:              To:

(AAS/Architectural Technology/3708 continued)


General Education:Credits: 24-26

        Core:Credits: 15-17

        First-Year Composition
        +        Any approved general education course in the First-Year Composition area             6

        Oral Communication
                Any approved general education course in the Oral Communication area                  3

        Critical Reading
        +         CRE101           Critical and Evaluative Reading I (3) OR                           3
                                   equivalent by assessment

        Mathematics
        +      Any approved general education course from the Mathematics area                      3-5


        Distribution:Credits:9

        Humanities and Fine Arts
               Any approved general education course from the Humanities and Fine Arts area           2
               (ARH100 in Restricted Electives area would satisfy this category; however,
               an additional 3 credits of Restricted Electives would then have to be taken.)

        Natural Sciences
                 Any approved general education course from the Natural Sciences area                 4

        Social and Behavioral Sciences
                 Any approved general education course from the Social Sciences area                  3




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                           MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPM                               Award Type/Major Code:CCL/5076
Development Date:03/29/04                                   Initiator:Larry Williams
Initiating College:SC                                       Instructional Design Facilitator:Ava Jensen
Effective First Year Term:20046                             Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:05/24/04-05/27/04                    MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:06/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:X District-wide:      Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                     Primary College:
                                                            Maintenance Date:05/14/04 mm
Current Program Title:Hospitalityand Tourism/Golf Management

PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strikethroughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:CCL/ Hospitality and Tourism/Golf Management /5076
Total Credits:42
Overall G.P.A.:2.00
CIPS Code:52.0902
Program Availability:                  From:              To:


Description: The Completion of the Certificate of Completion (CCL) in Hospitality and Tourism/Golf Management
program offers students access to a variety of career paths. The Program graduates are well prepared for entry-level
positions leading to careers as teaching pros, golf directors, club managers, camp directors, pro shop managers,
manufacturer sales representatives and other positions in golf, recreation and business. The curriculum provides a firm
business core with emphasis in customer service, combined with a focus in physical activities and coaching theory and
techniques. Representative job titles include Player/Outside Service Personnel, Golf Shop Associate, and Assistant Golf
Professional. Entry-level pay rates range from $7-$10 per hour plus gratuities, commissions and discounts.


Program Outline

Program Notes:        (Note: Students must earn a grade of "C" or better in all courses within the program.)
                      (Note: + indicates course has prerequisites and/or corequisites.)

Admission Criteria: Written application and oral interview. Contact HPERD or Business Division Offices for information.

Program Prerequisites: (Note: Verification of a minimum of 8 handicap.) None

Required Courses: Credits: 39

                 ACC111              Accounting Principles I (3) OR
                 ACC211              Financial Accounting (3)                                              3
                 CIS105              Survey of Computer Information Systems                                3
                 HES154              First Aid/Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation                               3
                 HRM110              Introduction to Hospitality and Tourism Management                    3
        +        HRM220              Hospitality Managerial Accounting                                     3
        +        HRM235              Club Management                                                       3
        +        HRM260              Hospitality Human Resource Management                                 3
                 HRM270              Hospitality Marketing                                                 3
                 PED101KM            Physical Activities: Golf-Advanced (1) AND
                 PED102KM            Physical Activities: Golf-Advanced (1) OR
                 PED201KM            Physical Activities: Golf-Advanced (1) AND
                 PED202KM            Physical Activities: Golf-Advanced (1)                                2
                 PED210JX            Movement Analysis: Golf                                               1
                 PED265JX            Theory of Coaching Golf                                               3
                 PED281GC            Golf: Methods of Coaching                                             3
         +       HRM/PED296WC        Cooperative Education                                                 3
                 REC210              Leisure Delivery Systems                                              3
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                         MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPM                               Award Type/Major Code:CCL/5076
Development Date:03/29/04                                   Initiator:Larry Williams
Initiating College:SC                                       Instructional Design Facilitator:Ava Jensen
Effective First Year Term:20046                             Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:05/24/04-05/27/04                    MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:06/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:X District-wide:      Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                     Primary College:
                                                            Maintenance Date:05/14/04 mm
Current Program Title:Hospitality and Tourism/Golf Management

PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strikethroughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:CCL/ Hospitality and Tourism/Golf Management /5076
Total Credits:42
Overall G.P.A.:2.00
CIPS Code:52.0902
Program Availability:                  From:              To:


(CCL/Hospitality and Tourism/Golf Management/5076


Restricted Electives: Credits: 3

                HES100              Healthful Living                                           3
                HES271              Prevention and Treatment of Athletic Injuries              3
                HRM275              Restaurant Management                                      3
         +      HRM280              Hotel and Restaurant Law                                   3
                MGT101              Techniques of Supervision                                  3
                MGT175              Business Organization and Management                       3
                PED200              Introduction to Exercise Science and Physical Education    3
         +      PSY215              Introduction to Sports Psychology                          3


Free Electives: None


General Education: None.




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                         MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPM                               Award Type/Major Code:AAS/3557
Development Date:03/29/04                                   Initiator:Larry Williams
Initiating College:SC                                       Instructional Design Facilitator:Ava Jensen
Effective First Year Term:20046                             Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:04/26/04-04/29/04                    MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:05/25/04
Program Availability=College Specific:X District-wide:      Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                     Primary College:
                                                            Maintenance Date:
Current Program Title:Hospitality and Tourism/Golf Management

PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strikethroughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:AAS/ Hospitality and Tourism/Golf Management /3557
Total Credits:67-69
Overall G.P.A.:2.00
CIPS Code:52.0902
Program Availability:                  From:              To:


Description: Completion of the Associate in Applied Science (AAS) in Hospitality and Tourism/Golf Management
program offers students access to a variety of career paths. Program graduates are well prepared for entry-level positions
leading to careers as teaching pros, golf directors, club managers, camp directors, pro shop managers, manufacturer sales
representatives and other positions in golf, recreation and business. The curriculum provides a firm business core with
emphasis in customer service, combined with a focus in physical activities and coaching theory and techniques.
Representative job titles include Player/Outside Service Personnel, Golf Shop Associate, and Assistant Golf Professional.
Entry-level pay rates range from $7-$10 per hour plus gratuities, commissions and discounts.

Discussions with ASU West indicate that students completing the AAS in Hospitality and Tourism/Golf Management
can expect to transfer up to 64 credit hours toward the 120 credit hours required for a B.S. in Recreation and Tourism
Management.


Program Outline


Program Notes: (Note: Students must earn a grade of "C" or better in all courses within the program.)
               (Note: + indicates course has prerequisites and/or corequisites.)


Admission Criteria: Written application and oral interview. Contact HPERD or Business Division Offices for information.


Program Prerequisites: (Note: Verification of a minimum of 8 handicap.) None.




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          OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES
                         MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPM                               Award Type/Major Code:AAS/3557
Development Date:03/29/04                                   Initiator:Larry Williams
Initiating College:SC                                       Instructional Design Facilitator:Ava Jensen
Effective First Year Term:20046                             Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:04/26/04-04/29/04                    MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:05/25/04
Program Availability=College Specific:X District-wide:      Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                     Primary College:
                                                            Maintenance Date:
Current Program Title:Hospitality and Tourism/Golf Management

PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strikethroughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:AAS/ Hospitality and Tourism/Golf Management /3557
Total Credits:67-69
Overall G.P.A.:2.00
CIPS Code:52.0902
Program Availability:                  From:              To:

(AAS/ Hospitality and Tourism/Golf Management/3557 continued)

Required Courses: Credits: 39

         ACC111                   Accounting Principles I (3) OR
         ACC211                   Financial Accounting (3) OR
+        ACC230                   Uses of Accounting Information I (3)                         3
         CIS105                   Survey of Computer Information Systems                       3
         HES154                   First Aid/Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation                      3
         HRM110                   Introduction to Hospitality and Tourism Management           3
+        HRM220                   Hospitality Managerial Accounting                            3
+        HRM235                   Club Management                                              3
+        HRM260                   Hospitality Human Resource Management                        3
         HRM270                   Hospitality Marketing                                        3
         PED101KM                 Physical Activities: Golf-Advanced (1) AND
         PED102KM                 Physical Activities: Golf-Advanced (1) OR
         PED201KM                 Physical Activities: Golf-Advanced (1) AND
         PED202KM                 Physical Activities: Golf-Advanced (1)                       2
         PED210JX                 Movement Analysis: Golf                                      1
         PED265JX                 Theory of Coaching Golf                                      3
         PED281GC                 Golf: Methods of Coaching                                    3
+        HRM/PED296WC             Cooperative Education                                        3
         REC210                   Leisure Delivery Systems                                     3

Restricted Electives Credits: 3

         HES100                   Healthful Living                                             3
         HES271                   Prevention and Treatment of Athletic Injuries                3
         HRM275                   Restaurant Management                                        3
+        HRM280                   Hotel and Restaurant Law                                     3
         MGT101                   Techniques of Supervision                                    3
         MGT175                   Business Organization and Management                         3
         PED200                   Introduction to Exercise Science and Physical Education      3
+        PSY215                   Introduction to Sports Psychology                            3


Free Electives: None


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          OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES
                         MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPM                               Award Type/Major Code:AAS/3557
Development Date:03/29/04                                   Initiator:Larry Williams
Initiating College:SC                                       Instructional Design Facilitator:Ava Jensen
Effective First Year Term:20046                             Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:04/26/04-04/29/04                    MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:05/25/04
Program Availability=College Specific:X District-wide:      Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                     Primary College:
                                                            Maintenance Date:
Current Program Title:Hospitality and Tourism/Golf Management

PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strikethroughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:AAS/ Hospitality and Tourism/Golf Management /3557
Total Credits:67-69
Overall G.P.A.:2.00
CIPS Code:52.0902
Program Availability:                  From:              To:

(AAS/ Hospitality and Tourism/Golf Management/3557 continued)

General Education: Credits: 25-27

    Core: Credits: 15-17
        First-Year Composition
        +      ENG101               First-Year Composition (3) OR
        +      ENG107               First-Year Composition for ESL (3) AND
        +      ENG102               First-Year Composition (3) OR
        +      ENG108               First-Year Composition for ESL (3)                          6

        Oral Communication
              COM100                Introduction to Human Communication (3) OR
              COM100AA              Introduction to Human Communication Part I (1) AND
              COM100AB              Introduction to Human Communication Part II (1) AND
              COM100AC              Introduction to Human Communication Part III (1) OR
              COM110                Interpersonal Communication (3) OR
              COM230                Small Group Communication (3)                               3

        Critical Reading
        +      CRE101               Critical and Evaluative Reading I (3) OR
                                    (Note: Equivalent by assessment.)                           3

        Mathematics
        +    MAT142                 College Mathematics (3) OR
        +    MAT150/151/152         College Algebra/Functions (3-5)                            3-5

    Distribution: Credits: 10
        Humanities and Fine Arts
               Any approved general education course from the Humanities and Fine Arts area.    3

        Natural Sciences
              Any approved general education course from the Natural Sciences area.             4

        Social and Behavioral Sciences
               ECN111               Macroeconomic Principles (3) OR
               ECN112               Microeconomic Principles (3) OR
               PSY101               Introduction to Psychology (3) OR
               REC120               Leisure and Quality of Life (3)                             3
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                                  ATTACHMENT: OPM
           OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES
                          MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPM                               Award Type/Major Code:CCL/5086
Development Date:03/29/04                                   Initiator:Larry Williams
Initiating College:SC                                       Instructional Design Facilitator:Ava Jensen
Effective First Year Term:20046                             Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:04/26/04-04/29/04                    MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:05/25/04
Program Availability=College Specific:X District-wide:      Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                     Primary College:
                                                            Maintenance Date:05/14/04 mm
Current Program Title:Hospitality and Tourism/Hotel Management

PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strikethroughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:CCL/ Hospitality and Tourism/Hotel Management /5086
Total Credits:39 42
Overall G.P.A.:2.00
CIPS Code:52.0902
Program Availability:                  From:              To:


Description:
Three separate Associates in Applied Science degrees are offered to meet the demands of the hospitality industry-one
focusing on Hotel Management, one emphasizing Restaurant Management, and one focusing on Golf Management. In
addition, three Certificates of Completion are offered. The broad objectives of the Hospitality programs are to develop
students’ professional and technical competence in preparation for leadership responsibility in hospitality and tourism
related enterprises.

The Certificate of Completion (CCL) AAS in Hospitality and Tourism/Hotel Management and the AAS in Hospitality and
Tourism/Restaurant Management are is designed to prepare graduates for management careers in the hotel and resort
industry. The program stresses written and oral communication, mathematical reasoning, business applications, and
computer science. Graduates are well-rounded with a mix of business and life skills that are in high demand with
employers. Graduates are currently employed as managers in hotels and resorts, many with multinational chains.
The hospitality industry is among the largest and fastest growing in the world, offering opportunities for ambitious
students who enjoy working with people. provide intellectual growth, communication skills, computer skills, and
professional knowledge of the lodging and food service industries. These two programs have an articulation agreement with
the School of Hotel and Restaurant Management at Northern Arizona University to offer the first two years of the Bachelor
of Science degree in Hotel and Restaurant Management. Students may also complete the Bachelor of Science degree at the
Flagstaff campus or at the SCC extension campus.

The AAS in Hospitality and Tourism/Golf Management prepares graduates for entry-level positions leading to careers as
teaching pros, golf directors, club managers, camp directors, pro shop managers, manufacturer sales representatives and
other positions in golf, recreation and business. The curriculum provides a firm business core with emphasis on customer
service, combined with a focus on physical activities and coaching theory and techniques.

In addition, the program offers three Certificates of Completion. Areas of focus are Hotel Management, Restaurant
Management and Golf Management.

The hotel and restaurant industries are the largest service industries in theScottsdale area. At present, both industries are
experiencing solid growth; employment opportunities are excellent. Opportunities in the golf management industry also
continue to grow throughout Maricopa County and the state of Arizona.




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                                 ATTACHMENT: OPM
          OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES
                         MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPM                               Award Type/Major Code:CCL/5086
Development Date:03/29/04                                   Initiator:Larry Williams
Initiating College:SC                                       Instructional Design Facilitator:Ava Jensen
Effective First Year Term:20046                             Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:04/26/04-04/29/04                    MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:05/25/04
Program Availability=College Specific:X District-wide:      Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                     Primary College:
                                                            Maintenance Date:05/14/04 mm
Current Program Title:Hospitality and Tourism/Hotel Management

PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strikethroughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:CCL/ Hospitality and Tourism/Hotel Management /5086
Total Credits:39 42
Overall G.P.A.:2.00
CIPS Code:52.0902
Program Availability:                  From:              To:

Program Outline

Program Notes: (Note: Students must earn a grade of "C" or better in all courses within the program.)
               (Note: + indicates course has prerequisites and/or corequisites.)

Admission Criteria: None

Program Prerequisites: None

Required Courses: Credits: 33 36

         ACC111                    Accounting Principles I (3) OR
         ACC211                    Financial Accounting (3)                                              3
         CIS105                    Survey of Computer Information Systems                                3
         HRM110                    Introduction to Hospitality and Tourism Management                    3
         HRM120                    Hotel Facility Management                                             3
         HRM130                    Guest Service Management                                              3
         HRM140                    Food Production Concepts                                              3
+        HRM220                    Hospitality Managerial Accounting                                     3
+        HRM250                    Hospitality Information Systems                                       3
+        HRM260                    Hospitality Human Resource Management                                 3
         HRM270                    Hospitality Marketing                                                 3
+        HRM280                    Hotel and Restaurant Law                                              3
+        HRM296WC                  Cooperative Education                                                 3

Restricted Electives: Credits: 6

         HRM230                    Beverage Management                                                    3
+        HRM235                    Club Management                                                        3
+        HRM240                    Commercial Food Production                                             3
         HRM275                    Restaurant Management                                                  3
         HRM/GAM285                Gaming Management                                                      3
+        HRM296WB-WC               Cooperative Education                                                2-3
         MGT101                    Techniques of Supervision                                              3
         MGT175                    Business Organization and Management                                   3
         REC210                    Leisure Delivery Systems                                               3

Free Electives: None

General Education: None.
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                                  ATTACHMENT: OPM
           OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES
                          MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPM                               Award Type/Major Code:AAS/3086
Development Date:03/29/04                                   Initiator:Larry Williams
Initiating College:SC                                       Instructional Design Facilitator:Ava Jensen
Effective First Year Term:20046                             Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:5/24/04-05/27/04                     MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:06/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:X District-wide:      Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                     Primary College:
                                                            Maintenance Date:05/14/04 mm
Current Program Title:Hospitality and Tourism/Hotel Management

PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strikethroughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:AAS/ Hospitality and Tourism/Hotel Management /3086
Total Credits:64-66
Overall G.P.A.:2.00
CIPS Code:52.0902
Program Availability:                  From:              To:


Description: Three separate Associates in Applied Science degrees are offered to meet the demands of the hospitality
industry-one focusing on Hotel Management, one emphasizing Restaurant Management, and one focusing on Golf
Management. In addition, three Certificates of Completion are offered. The broad objectives of the Hospitality programs
are to develop students’ professional and technical competence in preparation for leadership responsibility in hospitality
and tourism related enterprises.

The Associate in Applied Science (AAS) in Hospitality and Tourism/Hotel Management and the AAS in Hospitality and
Tourism/Restaurant Management are is designed to prepare graduates for management careers in the hotel and resort
industry. The program stresses written and oral communication, mathematical reasoning, business applications, and
computer science with a mix of humanities, natural sciences, as well as social and behavioral sciences. Graduates are
well-rounded with a mix of business and life skills that are in high demand with employers. Graduates are currently
employed as managers in hotels and resorts, many with multinational chains. The hospitality industry is among the
largest and fastest growing in the world, offering opportunities for ambitious students who enjoy working with
people. provide intellectual growth, communication skills, computer skills, and professional knowledge of the lodging and
food service industries. These two programs have an articulation agreement with the School of Hotel and Restaurant
Management at Northern Arizona University to offer the first two years of the Bachelor of Science degree in Hotel and
Restaurant Management. Students may also complete the Bachelor of Science degree at the Flagstaff campus or at the SCC
extension campus.

The AAS in Hospitality and Tourism/Golf Management prepares graduates for entry-level positions leading to careers as
teaching pros, golf directors, club managers, camp directors, pro shop managers, manufacturer sales representatives and
other positions in golf, recreation and business. The curriculum provides a firm business core with emphasis on customer
service, combined with a focus on physical activities and coaching theory and techniques.

In addition, the program offers three Certificates of Completion. Areas of focus are Hotel Management, Restaurant
Management and Golf Management.

The hotel and restaurant industries are the largest service industries in theScottsdale area. At present, both industries are
experiencing solid growth; employment opportunities are excellent. Opportunities in the golf management industry also
continue to grow throughout Maricopa County and the state of Arizona.




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                                    ATTACHMENT: OPM
             OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES
                            MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPM                               Award Type/Major Code:AAS/3086
Development Date:03/29/04                                   Initiator:Larry Williams
Initiating College:SC                                       Instructional Design Facilitator:Ava Jensen
Effective First Year Term:20046                             Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:5/24/04-05/27/04                     MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:06/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:X District-wide:      Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                     Primary College:
                                                            Maintenance Date:05/14/04 mm
Current Program Title:Hospitality and Tourism/Hotel Management

PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strikethroughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:AAS/ Hospitality and Tourism/Hotel Management /3086
Total Credits:64-66
Overall G.P.A.:2.00
CIPS Code:52.0902
Program Availability:                  From:              To:

(AAS/Hospitality and Tourism/Hotel Management/3086 continued)

Program Outline

Program Notes:         (Note: Students must earn a grade of "C" or better in all courses within the program.)
                       (Note: + indicates course has prerequisites and/or corequisites.)

Admission Criteria: None

Program Prerequisites: None

Required Courses: Credits: 33

                 ACC111               Accounting Principles I (3) OR
                 ACC211               Financial Accounting (3) OR
         +       ACC230               Uses of Accounting Information I (3)                                  3
                 CIS105               Survey of Computer Information Systems                                3
                 HRM110               Introduction to Hospitality and Tourism Management                    3
                 HRM120               Hotel Facility Management                                             3
                 HRM130               Guest Service Management                                              3
                 HRM140               Food Production Concepts                                              3
         +       HRM220               Hospitality Managerial Accounting                                     3
         +       HRM250               Hospitality Information Systems                                       3
         +       HRM260               Hospitality Human Resource Management                                 3
                 HRM270               Hospitality Marketing                                                 3
         +       HRM280               Hotel and Restaurant Law                                              3

Restricted Electives: Credits: 6

                 HRM230               Beverage Management                                                   3
                 HRM235               Club Management                                                       3
         +       HRM240               Commercial Food Production                                            3
                 HRM275               Restaurant Management                                                 3
                 HRM/GAM285           Gaming Management                                                     3
         +       HRM296WB-WC          Cooperative Education                                               2-3
                 MGT101               Techniques of Supervision                                             3
                 MGT175               Business Organization and Management                                  3
                 REC210               Leisure Delivery Systems                                              3

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                                 ATTACHMENT: OPM
          OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES
                         MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPM                               Award Type/Major Code:AAS/3086
Development Date:03/29/04                                   Initiator:Larry Williams
Initiating College:SC                                       Instructional Design Facilitator:Ava Jensen
Effective First Year Term:20046                             Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:5/24/04-05/27/04                     MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:06/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:X District-wide:      Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                     Primary College:
                                                            Maintenance Date:05/14/04 mm
Current Program Title:Hospitality and Tourism/Hotel Management

PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strikethroughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:AAS/ Hospitality and Tourism/Hotel Management /3086
Total Credits:64-66
Overall G.P.A.:2.00
CIPS Code:52.0902
Program Availability:                  From:              To:

(AAS/Hospitality and Tourism/Hotel Management/3086 continued)

General Education: Credits: 25-27

        Core: Credits: 15-17

        First-Year Composition
        +      ENG101                 First-Year Composition (3) OR
        +      ENG107                 First-Year Composition for ESL (3) AND
        +      ENG102                 First-Year Composition (3) OR
        +      ENG108                 First-Year Composition for ESL (3)                       6

        Oral Communication
              COM100             Introduction to Human Communication (3) OR
              COM100AA           Introduction to Human Communication Part I (1) AND
              COM100AB           Introduction to Human Communication Part II (1) AND
              COM100AC           Introduction to Human Communication Part III (1) OR
              COM110             Interpersonal Communication (3) OR
              COM225             Public Speaking (3) OR
              COM230             Small Group Communication (3)
        Any approved general education course from the Oral Communication area.                3

        Critical Reading
        +      CRE101                 Critical and Evaluative Reading I (3) OR
                                      (Note: Equivalent by assessment.)                        3


        Distribution: 10-12 Credits

        Mathematics
             Any approved general education course from the Mathematics area.                 3-5

        Distribution: Credits: 10

        Humanities and Fine Arts
             Any approved general education course from the Humanities and Fine Arts area.     3

        Natural Sciences
              Any approved general education course from the Natural Sciences area.            4
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                                  ATTACHMENT: OPM
           OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES
                          MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPM                                Award Type/Major Code:CCL/5560
Development Date:03/29/04                                    Initiator:Larry Williams
Initiating College:SC                                        Instructional Design Facilitator:Ava Jensen
Effective First Year Term:20046                              Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:05/24/04-05/27/04                     MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:06/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:X District-wide:       Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                      Primary College:
                                                             Maintenance Date:05/14/04 mm
Current Program Title:Hospitality and Tourism/Restaurant Management

PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strikethroughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:CCL/ Hospitality and Tourism/Restaurant Management /5560
Total Credits:39 42
Overall G.P.A.:2.00
CIPS Code:52.0902
Program Availability:                  From:              To:


Description: Three separate Associates in Applied Science degrees are offered to meet the demands of the hospitality
industry-one focusing on Hotel Management, one emphasizing Restaurant Management, and one focusing on Golf
Management. In addition, three Certificates of Completion are offered. The broad objectives of the Hospitality programs
are to develop students’ professional and technical competence in preparation for leadership responsibility in hospitality
and tourism related enterprises.

The Certificate of Completion (CCL) AAS in Hospitality and Tourism/Hotel Management and the AAS in Hospitality and
Tourism/Restaurant Management are is designed to prepare graduates for management careers in restaurants and
commercial food service management. The program stresses written and oral communication, mathematical
reasoning, business applications, and computer science with a mix of humanities, natural sciences, as well as social
and behavioral sciences. Graduates are well-rounded with a mix of business and life skills that are in high demand
with employers. Graduates are currently employed as managers in restaurants, hotels and resorts, many with
multinational chains. The hospitality industry is among the largest and fastest growing in the world, offering
opportunities for ambitious students who enjoy working with people. provide intellectual growth, communication
skills, computer skills, and professional knowledge of the lodging and food service industries. These two programs have an
articulation agreement with the School of Hotel and Restaurant Management at Northern Arizona University to offer the
first two years of the Bachelor of Science degree in Hotel and Restaurant Management. Students may also complete the
Bachelor of Science degree at the Flagstaff campus or at the SCC extension campus.

The AAS in Hospitality and Tourism/Golf Management prepares graduates for entry-level positions leading to careers as
teaching pros, golf directors, club managers, camp directors, pro shop managers, manufacturer sales representatives and
other positions in golf, recreation and business. The curriculum provides a firm business core with emphasis on customer
service, combined with a focus on physical activities and coaching theory and techniques.

In addition, the program offers three Certificates of Completion. Areas of focus are Hotel Management, Restaurant
Management and Golf Management.

The hotel and restaurant industries are the largest service industries in theScottsdale area. At present, both industries are
experiencing solid growth; employment opportunities are excellent. Opportunities in the golf management industry also
continue to grow throughout Maricopa County and the state of Arizona.




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                                 ATTACHMENT: OPM
          OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES
                         MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPM                             Award Type/Major Code:CCL/5560
Development Date:03/29/04                                 Initiator:Larry Williams
Initiating College:SC                                     Instructional Design Facilitator:Ava Jensen
Effective First Year Term:20046                           Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:05/24/04-05/27/04                  MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:06/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:X District-wide:    Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                   Primary College:
                                                          Maintenance Date:05/14/04 mm
Current Program Title:Hospitality and Tourism/Restaurant Management

PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strikethroughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:CCL/ Hospitality and Tourism/Restaurant Management /5560
Total Credits:39 42
Overall G.P.A.:2.00
CIPS Code:52.0902
Program Availability:                  From:              To:

(CCL/ Hospitality and Tourism/Restaurant Management/5560 continued)

Program Outline

Program Notes:         (Note: Students must earn a grade of "C" or better in all courses within the program.)
                       (Note: + indicates course has prerequisites and/or corequisites.)

Admission Criteria: None

Program Prerequisites: None

Required Courses: Credits: 33 36

         ACC111                     Accounting Principles I (3) OR
         ACC211                     Financial Accounting (3)                                                3
         CIS105                     Survey of Computer Information Systems                                  3
         HRM110                     Introduction to Hospitality and Tourism Management                      3
         HRM140                     Food Production Concepts                                                3
+        HRM220                     Hospitality Managerial Accounting                                       3
         HRM230                     Beverage Management                                                     3
+        HRM250                     Hospitality Information Systems                                         3
+        HRM260                     Hospitality Human Resource Management                                   3
         HRM270                     Hospitality Marketing                                                   3
         HRM275                     Restaurant Management                                                   3
+        HRM280                     Hotel and Restaurant Law                                                3
+        HRM296WC                   Cooperative Education                                                   3

Restricted Electives: Credits: 6

         CUL180                     Food in History                                                         3
         CUL190                     Catering Operations I                                                   3
+        HRM235                     Club Management                                                         3
+        HRM240                     Commercial Food Production                                              3
         HRM/GAM285                 Gaming Management                                                       3
+        HRM296WB-WC                Cooperative Education                                                 2-3
         MGT101                     Techniques of Supervision                                               3
         MGT175                     Business Organization and Management                                    3

Free Electives: None

General Education: None
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                                  ATTACHMENT: OPM
           OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES
                          MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPM                                Award Type/Major Code:AAS/3560
Development Date:03/29/04                                    Initiator:Larry Williams
Initiating College:SC                                        Instructional Design Facilitator:Ava Jensen
Effective First Year Term:20046                              Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:05/24/04-05/27/04                     MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:06/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:X District-wide:       Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                      Primary College:
                                                             Maintenance Date:05/14/04 mm
Current Program Title:Hospitality and Tourism/Restaurant Management

PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strikethroughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:AAS/ Hospitality and Tourism/Restaurant Management /3560
Total Credits:64-66
Overall G.P.A.:2.00
CIPS Code:52.0902
Program Availability:                  From:              To:


Description: Three separate Associates in Applied Science degrees are offered to meet the demands of the hospitality
industry-one focusing on Hotel Management, one emphasizing Restaurant Management, and one focusing on Golf
Management. In addition, three Certificates of Completion are offered. The broad objectives of the Hospitality programs
are to develop students’ professional and technical competence in preparation for leadership responsibility in hospitality
and tourism related enterprises.

The Associcate in Applied Science (AAS) in Hospitality and Tourism/Hotel Management and the AAS in Hospitality and
Tourism/Restaurant Management are is designed to prepare graduates for management careers in restaurants and
commercial food service management. The program stresses written and oral communication, mathematical
reasoning, business applications, and computer science with a mix of humanities, natural sciences, as well as social
and behavioral sciences. Graduates are well-rounded with a mix of business and life skills that are in high demand
with employers. Graduates are currently employed as managers in restaurants, hotels and resorts, many with
multinational chains. The hospitality industry is among the largest and fastest growing in the world, offering
opportunities for ambitious students who enjoy working with people. provide intellectual growth, communication
skills, computer skills, and professional knowledge of the lodging and food service industries. These two programs have an
articulation agreement with the School of Hotel and Restaurant Management at Northern Arizona University to offer the
first two years of the Bachelor of Science degree in Hotel and Restaurant Management. Students may also complete the
Bachelor of Science degree at the Flagstaff campus or at the SCC extension campus.

The AAS in Hospitality and Tourism/Golf Management prepares graduates for entry-level positions leading to careers as
teaching pros, golf directors, club managers, camp directors, pro shop managers, manufacturer sales representatives and
other positions in golf, recreation and business. The curriculum provides a firm business core with emphasis on customer
service, combined with a focus on physical activities and coaching theory and techniques.

In addition, the program offers three Certificates of Completion. Areas of focus are Hotel Management, Restaurant
Management and Golf Management.

The hotel and restaurant industries are the largest service industries in theScottsdale area. At present, both industries are
experiencing solid growth; employment opportunities are excellent. Opportunities in the golf management industry also
continue to grow throughout Maricopa County and the state of Arizona.




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                                 ATTACHMENT: OPM
          OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES
                         MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPM                                Award Type/Major Code:AAS/3560
Development Date:03/29/04                                    Initiator:Larry Williams
Initiating College:SC                                        Instructional Design Facilitator:Ava Jensen
Effective First Year Term:20046                              Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:05/24/04-05/27/04                     MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:06/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:X District-wide:       Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                      Primary College:
                                                             Maintenance Date:05/14/04 mm
Current Program Title:Hospitality and Tourism/Restaurant Management

PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strikethroughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:AAS/ Hospitality and Tourism/Restaurant Management /3560
Total Credits:64-66
Overall G.P.A.:2.00
CIPS Code:52.0902
Program Availability:                  From:              To:

(AAS/ Hospitality and Tourism/Restaurant Management /3560 continued)

Program Outline

Program Notes:         (Note: Students must earn a grade of "C" or better in all courses within the program.)
                       (Note: + indicates course has prerequisites and/or corequisites.)

Admission Criteria: None

Program Prerequisites: None

Required Courses: Credits: 33

         ACC111                     Accounting Principles I (3) OR
         ACC211                     Financial Accounting (3) OR
+        ACC230                     Uses of Accounting Information I (3)                                    3
         CIS105                     Survey of Computer Information Systems                                  3
         HRM110                     Introduction to Hospitality and Tourism Management                      3
         HRM140                     Food Production Concepts                                                3
+        HRM220                     Hospitality Managerial Accounting                                       3
         HRM230                     Beverage Management                                                     3
+        HRM250                     Hospitality Information Systems                                         3
+        HRM260                     Hospitality Human Resource Management                                   3
         HRM270                     Hospitality Marketing                                                   3
         HRM275                     Restaurant Management                                                   3
+        HRM280                     Hotel and Restaurant Law                                                3

Restricted Electives: Credits: 6

         CUL180                     Food in History                                                         3
         CUL190                     Catering Operations I                                                   3
+        HRM235                     Club Management                                                         3
+        HRM240                     Commercial Food Production                                              3
         HRM/GAM285                 Gaming Management                                                       3
+        HRM296WB-WC                Cooperative Education                                                 2-3
         MGT101                     Techniques of Supervision                                               3
         MGT175                     Business Organization and Management                                    3


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                         MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPM                                Award Type/Major Code:AAS/3560
Development Date:03/29/04                                    Initiator:Larry Williams
Initiating College:SC                                        Instructional Design Facilitator:Ava Jensen
Effective First Year Term:20046                              Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:05/24/04-05/27/04                     MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:06/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:X District-wide:       Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                      Primary College:
                                                             Maintenance Date:05/14/04 mm
Current Program Title:Hospitality and Tourism/Restaurant Management

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Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:AAS/ Hospitality and Tourism/Restaurant Management /3560
Total Credits:64-66
Overall G.P.A.:2.00
CIPS Code:52.0902
Program Availability:                  From:              To:

(AAS/ Hospitality and Tourism/Restaurant Management /3560 continued)

General Education: Credits: 25-27

    Core: Credits: 15-17
        First-Year Composition
        +      ENG101               First-Year Composition (3) OR
        +      ENG107               First-Year Composition for ESL (3) AND
        +      ENG102               First-Year Composition (3) OR
        +      ENG108               First-Year Composition for ESL (3)                          6

        Oral Communication
              COM100             Introduction to Human Communication (3) OR
              COM100AA           Introduction to Human Communication Part I (1) AND
              COM100AB           Introduction to Human Communication Part II (1) AND
              COM100AC           Introduction to Human Communication Part III (1) OR
              COM110             Interpersonal Communication (3) OR
              COM225             Public Speaking (3) OR
              COM230             Small Group Communication (3)
              Any approved general education course from the Oral Communication area.           3

        Critical Reading
        +      CRE101               Critical and Evaluative Reading I (3) OR
                                    (Note: Equivalent by assessment.)                           3

        Mathematics
             Any approved general education course from the Mathematics area.                  3-5

    Distribution: Credits: 10
        Humanities and Fine Arts
               Any approved general education course from the Humanities and Fine Arts area.    3

        Natural Sciences
              Any approved general education course from the Natural Sciences area.             4

        Social and Behavioral Sciences
               ECN111               Macroeconomic Principles (3) OR
               ECN112               Microeconomic Principles (3) OR
               PSY101               Introduction to Psychology (3) OR
               REC120               Leisure and Quality of Life (3)                             3
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                         MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPM                                      Award Type/Major Code:AAS/3122
Development Date:04/28/04                                          Initiator:Gera King
Initiating College:SC                                              Instructional Design Facilitator:Ava Jensen
Effective First Year Term:20046                                    Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:05/24/04-05/27/04                           MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:06/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:X District-wide:             Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                            Primary College:
                                                                   Maintenance Date:05/14/04 mm
Current Program Title:Interior Design

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Program Award Type/Title/Major Code: AAS/Interior Design /3122

Total Credits:67-69
Overall G.P.A.:2.00
CIPS Code:50.0408
Program Availability:                         From:                To:


Description: Interior Design is a specialized, fast growing, dynamic field. The Interior Design curriculum at SCC is designed to
provide the student with a knowledge of the profession including basic design, color theory, history of architecture and
furniture, interior materials, business procedures, drafting (both board and computer), and presentation techniques. Studio
projects allow the student to identify, research, and solve design issues. All courses offered contribute to the preparation for the
National Council of Interior Design Qualification (N.C.I.D.Q) exam. Practical on-the-job training is obtained through an
internship program. Those students desiring to transfer to a four-year institution must consult with the college of choice. A
Certificate of Completion in Interior Design: Professional Level is also available. This Advanced Professional Certificate
focuses student work on the knowledge and skills necessary for certification and is in alignment with the national standards
established by the Foundation for Interior Design Education and Research (FIDER).


Program Outline


Program Notes: (Note: Students must earn a grade of "C" or better in all courses within the program.)
               (Note: + indicates course has prerequisites and/or corequisites.)
               (Note: ++ indicates any module.)


Admission Criteria: None


Program Prerequisites: None




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                         MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPM                                   Award Type/Major Code:AAS/3122
Development Date:04/28/04                                       Initiator:Gera King
Initiating College:SC                                           Instructional Design Facilitator:Ava Jensen
Effective First Year Term:20046                                 Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:05/24/04-05/27/04                        MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:06/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:X District-wide:          Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                         Primary College:
                                                                Maintenance Date:05/14/04 mm
Current Program Title:Interior Design

PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strikethroughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code: AAS/Interior Design /3122

Total Credits:67-69
Overall G.P.A.:2.00
CIPS Code:50.0408
Program Availability:                        From:              To:


(AAS/Interior Design /3122 continued)

Required Courses: Credits: 45

        DFT105               Computer Aided Drafting I                                              3
        DFT121               Introduction to Architectural Drafting                                 3
+       DFT150               Architectural CAD I: Floor Plans and Elevations                        3
        INT105               Introduction to Interior Design                                        3
        INT115               Historical Architecture and Furniture                                  3
        INT120               Twentieth Century Modern Architecture and Furniture                    3
+       INT145               Drawing and Rendering                                                  3
        INT150               Color and Design                                                       3
        INT160               Fabrics for Interiors                                                  3
+       INT170               Interior Materials                                                     3
+       INT190               Space Planning                                                         3
+       INT210               Interior Sales and Marketing                                           3
+       INT240               Kitchen and Bath Design                                                3
+       INT271++             Interior Design Internship (1-3)                                       3
+       INT280               Design Business Procedures                                             3


Restricted Electives: None




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                         MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPM                                  Award Type/Major Code:AAS/3122
Development Date:04/28/04                                      Initiator:Gera King
Initiating College:SC                                          Instructional Design Facilitator:Ava Jensen
Effective First Year Term:20046                                Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:05/24/04-05/27/04                       MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:06/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:X District-wide:         Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                        Primary College:
                                                               Maintenance Date:05/14/04 mm
Current Program Title:Interior Design

PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strikethroughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code: AAS/Interior Design /3122

Total Credits:67-69
Overall G.P.A.:2.00
CIPS Code:50.0408
Program Availability:                      From:               To:


(AAS/Interior Design /3122 continued)

General Education: Credits: 22-24

        Core: Credits: 15-17

        First-Year Composition
                 Any approved general education course in the First-Year Composition area          6

        Oral Communication
                Any approved general education course in the Oral Communication area               3

        Critical Reading
        +         CRE101 Critical and Evaluative Reading I (3) or equivalent by assessment         3

        Mathematics
        +      Any approved general education course in the Mathematics area                     3-5


        Distribution: Credits: 7

        Humanities and Fine Arts
               Met by INT115 and INT120 in Required Courses area                                   0

        Natural Sciences
                 Any approved general studies course in the Natural Sciences area                  4

        Social and Behavioral Sciences
                 PSY101 Introduction to Psychology                                                 3




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                         MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPM                                   Award Type/Major Code:CCL/5084
Development Date:3/24/04                                        Initiator:Sheila Brandt
Initiating College:SC                                           Instructional Design Facilitator:Ava Jensen
Effective First Year Term:20046                                 Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:05/24/04-05/27/04                        MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:06/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:X District-wide:          Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                         Primary College:
                                                                Maintenance Date:
Current Program Title:Software Development

PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strikethroughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:CCL/Software Development/5084
Total Credits:30 36
Overall G.P.A.:2.00
CIPS Code:11.0201
Program Availability:                  From:             To:


Description: The Certificate in Software Development prepares students for entry-level positions in software development.
Students will be able to develop and maintain software applications including those needed for corporate web systems
using interactive applications. Students will be able to write programs to interact with a corporate database using web
technologies using client-server and web-based technologies.


Program Outline

Program Notes: (Note: Students must earn a grade of "C" or better in all courses within the program.)
               (Note: + indicates course has prerequisites and/or corequisites.)
               (Note: ++ Indicates any module.)

Admission Criteria: None

Program Prerequisites: None

        CIS105                     Survey of Computer Information Systems (3) OR
                                   permission of department                                               3

Required Courses: Credits: 30

        BPC/CIS117DM               Microsoft Access: Database Management                                  3
        BPC/CIS133DA               The Internet/World Wide Web                                            3
+       BPC/CIS217AM               Advanced Microsoft Access: Database Management                         3
        CIS105                     Survey of Computer Information Systems                                 3
+       CIS119DO                   Introduction to Oracle: SQL and PL/SQL                                 3
        CIS126DA                   UNIX Operating System                                                  3
+       CIS150                     Programming Fundamentals                                               3
+       CIS159                     Visual Basic Programming I                                             3
+       CIS162++                   (Note: Any C/C++ Programming: Level I course) (3) OR
+       CIS163AA                   Java Programming: Level I (3)                                          3
+       CIS225AB                   Object-Oriented Analysis and Design                                    3
+       CIS234                     XML Application Development                                            3
+       CIS259                     Visual Basic Programming II                                            3
+       CIS263AA                   Java Programming: Level II                                             3
+       CIS275DC                   Creating a Visual Basic Application                                    3
        CIS280                     Current Topics in Computing                                            3

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                         MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPM                                 Award Type/Major Code:CCL/5084
Development Date:3/24/04                                      Initiator:Sheila Brandt
Initiating College:SC                                         Instructional Design Facilitator:Ava Jensen
Effective First Year Term:20046                               Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:05/24/04-05/27/04                      MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:06/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:X District-wide:        Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                       Primary College:
                                                              Maintenance Date:
Current Program Title:Software Development

PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strikethroughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:CCL/Software Development/5084
Total Credits:30 36
Overall G.P.A.:2.00
CIPS Code:11.0201
Program Availability:                  From:             To:


(CCL/Software Development/5084 continued)


Restricted Electives: 6

         BPC/CIS133DA             The Internet/World Wide Web                                     3
+        CIS119DO                 Introduction to Oracle: SQL                                     3
+        CIS166                   Web Scripting/Programming                                       3
+        CIS233DA                 Web Design and Publishing                                       3
+        CIS235                   e-Commerce                                                      3
+        CIS+++++                 Any Other Programming Language                                   3


Free Electives: None


General Education: None




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                         MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPM                                   Award Type/Major Code:CCL/5172
Development Date:03/15/04                                       Initiator:Niall McCarthy
Initiating College:SC                                           Instructional Design Facilitator:Ava Jensen
Effective First Year Term:20046                                 Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:05/24/04-05/27/04                        MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:06/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:X District-wide:          Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                         Primary College:
                                                                Maintenance Date:
Current Program Title:Web Design and Development

PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strikethroughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:CCL/Web Design/5172
Total Credits: 39
Overall G.P.A.:2.00
CIPS Code:52.1201
Program Availability:                  From:            To:

Description: The Certificate of Completion (CCL) in Web Design will prepare students to design, maintain and administer
professional web pages. Web page navigation, web site creation and publishing, web graphics preparation, database
management and e-commerce solutions are integral components of this certificate, with a focus on user interface
technologies such as Extensible HyperText Markup Language (XHTML), Cascading Style Sheets, JavaScript and Flash.

Program Outline

Program Notes: (Note: Students must earn a grade of "C" or better in all courses within the program.)
               (Note: + indicates course has prerequisites and/or corequisites.)
               (Note: ++ Indicates any module)

Admission Criteria: None

Program Prerequisites: None

Required Courses: 33

        BPC/CIS117DM                 Microsoft Access: Database Management                              3
        CIS119DL                     Oracle: Database Management                                        3
        BPC/CIS133DA                 The Internet/World Wide Web                                        3
        CIS105                       Survey of Computer Information Systems                             3
        CIS120DC                     Computer Graphics: Macromedia Flash                                3
        CIS126DA                     UNIX Operating System                                              3
+       CIS220DC                     Advanced Web Programming with Macromedia Flash                     3
+       CIS225AB                     Object-Oriented Analysis and Design                                3
+       CIS226++                     Internet/Intranet Server Administration (Note: Any module)         3
+       CIS233DA                     Web Design and Publishing                                          3
+       CIS235                       e-Commerce                                                         3

Restricted Electives: 6

        ART100                       Introduction to Computer Graphic Art                               1
+       ADA/ART180AB                 Designer's Tools: PageMaker                                        1
+       ADA/ART180AC                 Designer's Tools: QuarkXPress                                      1
+       ADA/ART180AE                 Designer's Tools: Adobe Photoshop                                  1
+       ART/MMT190                   Art of Web Site Design                                             3
        CIS+++++                     Any CIS course                                                     3

Free Electives: None

General Education: None
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                         MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPM                                 Award Type/Major Code:CCL/5172
Development Date:04/20/04                                     Initiator:Niall McCarthy
Initiating College:SC                                         Instructional Design Facilitator:Ava Jensen
Effective First Year Term:20046                               Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:05/24/04-05/27/04                      MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:06/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:X District-wide:        Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                       Primary College:
                                                              Maintenance Date:05/14/04 mm
Current Program Title:Web Design

PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strikethroughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:AAS/Web Design/3029 (new)
Total Credits:63-66
Overall G.P.A.:2.00
CIPS Code:52.1201
Program Availability:                  From:            To:

Description: The Associate in Applied Science (AAS) in Web Design will prepare students to design, maintain and
administer professional web pages. Web page navigation, web site creation and publishing, web graphics preparation,
database management and e-commerce solutions are integral components of this degree, with a focus on user interface
technologies such as Extensible HyperText Markup Language (XHTML), Cascading Style Sheets, JavaScript and Flash.


Program Outline

Program Notes:           (Note: Students must earn a grade of "C" or better in all courses within the program.)
                         (Note: + indicates course has prerequisites and/or corequisites.)
                         (Note: ++ indicates any module)

Admission Criteria: None

Program Prerequisites: None

Required Courses: Credits: 33

        BPC/CIS117DM                Microsoft Access: Database Management                          3
        CIS119DL                    Oracle: Database Management                                    3
        BPC/CIS133DA                The Internet/World Wide Web                                    3
        CIS105                      Survey of Computer Information Systems                         3
        CIS120DC                    Computer Graphics: Macromedia Flash                            3
        CIS126DA                    UNIX Operating System                                          3
+       CIS220DC                    Advanced Web Programming with Macromedia Flash                 3
+       CIS225AB                    Object-Oriented Analysis and Design                            3
+       CIS226++                    Internet/Intranet Server Administration (Note: Any module)     3
+       CIS233DA                    Web Design and Publishing                                      3
+       CIS235                      e-Commerce                                                     3

Restricted Electives: Credits: 6

        ART100                      Introduction to Computer Graphic Art                           1
+       ADA/ART180AB                Designer's Tools: PageMaker                                    1
+       ADA/ART180AC                Designer's Tools: QuarkXPress                                  1
+       ADA/ART180AE                Designer's Tools: Adobe Photoshop                              1
+       ART/MMT190                  Art of Web Site Design                                         3
        CIS+++++                    Any CIS course                                                 3

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                         MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04


Proposal Development Type:OPM                                 Award Type/Major Code:CCL/5172
Development Date:04/20/04                                     Initiator:Niall McCarthy
Initiating College:SC                                         Instructional Design Facilitator:Ava Jensen
Effective First Year Term:20046                               Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:05/24/04-05/27/04                      MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:06/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:X District-wide:        Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                       Primary College:
                                                              Maintenance Date:05/14/04 mm
Current Program Title:Web Design

PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strikethroughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:AAS/Web Design/3029 (new)
Total Credits:63-66
Overall G.P.A.:2.00
CIPS Code:52.1201
Program Availability:                  From:            To:

(AAS/Web Design/3029 continued)

General Education: Credits: 24-27

        Core: Credits: 15-17

        +First-Year Composition
                Any approved general education course from the First-Year Composition area       6

        Oral Communication
               Any approved general education course from the Oral Communication area            3

        Critical Reading
        +        CRE101               Critical and Evaluative Reading I (3) OR
                                      equivalent as indicated                                    3
        Mathematics
        +     Any approved general education course from the Mathematics area                  3-5

        Distribution: Credits: 9-10

        Humanities and Fine Arts
              Any approved general education course from the
              Humanities and Fine Arts area                                                    2-3

        Social and Behavioral Sciences
                 Any approved general education course from the
                 Social and Behavioral Sciences area                                             3

        Natural Sciences
                Any approved general education course from the Natural Sciences area             4




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          OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES
                         MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPM                                   Award Type/Major Code:CCL/5346
Development Date:03/15/04                                       Initiator:Niall McCarthy
Initiating College:SC                                           Instructional Design Facilitator:Ava Jensen
Effective First Year Term:20046                                 Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:04/26/04-04/29/04                        MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:05/25/04
Program Availability=College Specific:X District-wide:          Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                         Primary College:
                                                                Maintenance Date:
Current Program Title:Web Design and Development

PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strikethroughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:CCL/Web Development/5346
Total Credits:39
Overall G.P.A.:2.00
CIPS Code:11.0801
Program Availability:                  From:            To:

Description: The Certificate of Completion (CCL) in Web Development will prepare students to design, maintain and
administer professional web pages, and write server side programs. Web page navigation, web site creation and publishing,
web graphics preparation, database management and e-commerce solutions are integral components of this certificate, with
a focus on server-side programming.

Program Outline

Program Notes: (Note: Students must earn a grade of "C" or better in all courses within the program.)
               (Note: + indicates course has prerequisites and/or corequisites.)
               (Note: ++ Indicates any module)

Admission Criteria: None

Program Prerequisites: None

Required Courses: Credits: 39

        BPC/CIS117DM               Microsoft Access: Database Management                                3
        BPC/CIS133DA               The Internet/World Wide Web                                          3
        CIS105                     Survey of Computer Information Systems                               3
        CIS119DL                   Oracle: Database Management                                          3
        CIS126DA                   UNIX Operating System                                                3
+       CIS150                     Programming Fundamentals                                             3
+       CIS159                     Visual Basic Programming I (3) OR
+       CIS163AA                   Java Programming: Level I (3) OR
+       CIS+++++                   Any Object-Oriented Programming Language: Level I (3)                3
+       CIS225AB                   Object-Oriented Analysis and Design                                  3
+       CIS226++                   Internet/Intranet Server Administration (Note: Any module)           3
+       CIS233DA                   Web Design and Publishing                                            3
+       CIS234                     XML Application Development                                          3
+       CIS235                     e-Commerce                                                           3
+       CIS259                     Visual Basic Programming II (3) OR
+       CIS263AA                   Java Programming: Level II (3) OR
+       CIS+++++                   Any Object-Oriented Programming Language: Level II (3)               3

Restricted Electives: None

Free Electives: None

General Education: None.
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                         MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPM                                 Award Type/Major Code:CCL/5346
Development Date:04/20/04                                     Initiator:Niall McCarthy
Initiating College:SC                                         Instructional Design Facilitator:Ava Jensen
Effective First Year Term:20046                               Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:05/24/04-05/27/04                      MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:06/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:X District-wide:        Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                       Primary College:
                                                              Maintenance Date:05/14/04 mm
Current Program Title:Web Development

PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strikethroughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:AAS/Web Development/3031 (new)
Total Credits:63-66
Overall G.P.A.:2.00
CIPS Code:11.0801
Program Availability:                  From:          To:


Description: The Associate in Applied Science (AAS) in Web Development will prepare students to design, maintain
and administer professional web pages, and write server side programs. Web page navigation, web site creation and
publishing, web graphics preparation, database management and e-commerce solutions are integral components of
this degree with a focus on server-side programming.


Program Outline

Program Notes:           (Note: Students must earn a grade of "C" or better in all courses within the program.)
                         (Note: + indicates course has prerequisites and/or corequisites.)
                         (Note: ++ Indicates any module)

Admission Criteria: None

Program Prerequisites: None

Required Courses: Credits: 39

        BPC/CIS117DM              Microsoft Access: Database Management                            3
        BPC/CIS133DA              The Internet/World Wide Web                                      3
        CIS105                    Survey of Computer Information Systems                           3
        CIS119DL                  Oracle: Database Management                                      3
        CIS126DA                  UNIX Operating System                                            3
+       CIS150                    Programming Fundamentals                                         3
        CIS159                    Visual Basic Programming I (3) OR
+       CIS163AA                  Java Programming: Level I (3) OR
+       CIS+++++                  Any Object-Oriented Programming Language: Level I (3)            3
+       CIS225AB                  Object-Oriented Analysis and Design                              3
+       CIS226++                  Internet/Intranet Server Administration (Note: Any module)       3
+       CIS233DA                  Web Design and Publishing                                        3
+       CIS234                    XML Application Development                                      3
+       CIS235                    e-Commerce                                                       3
+       CIS259                    Visual Basic Programming II (3) OR
+       CIS263AA                  Java Programming: Level II (3) OR
+       CIS+++++                  Any Object-Oriented Programming Language: Level II (3)           3



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          OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES
                         MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/22/04

Proposal Development Type:OPM                                 Award Type/Major Code:CCL/5346
Development Date:04/20/04                                     Initiator:Niall McCarthy
Initiating College:SC                                         Instructional Design Facilitator:Ava Jensen
Effective First Year Term:20046                               Effective Last Year/Term:99999
DCC Online Agenda Date:05/24/04-05/27/04                      MCCCD Governing Board Agenda Date:06/22/04
Program Availability=College Specific:X District-wide:        Shared:
Participating Colleges:                                       Primary College:
                                                              Maintenance Date:05/14/04 mm
Current Program Title:Web Development

PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strikethroughs and text encased in /* */ symbols=deletions)

Program Award Type/Title/Major Code:AAS/Web Development/3031 (new)
Total Credits:63-66
Overall G.P.A.:2.00
CIPS Code:11.0801
Program Availability:                  From:          To:

(AAS/Web Development/3031 continued)

General Education: Credits: 24-27

        Core: Credits: 15-17

        +First-Year Composition
                Any approved general education course from the First-Year Composition area       6

        Oral Communication
               Any approved general education course from the Oral Communication area            3

        Critical Reading
        +        CRE101               Critical and Evaluative Reading I (3) OR
                                      equivalent as indicated                                    3

        Mathematics
        +     Any approved general education course from the Mathematics area                  3-5


        Distribution: Credits: 9-10

        Humanities and Fine Arts
              Any approved general education course from the
              Humanities and Fine Arts area                                                    2-3

        Social and Behavioral Sciences
                 Any approved general education course from the
                 Social and Behavioral Sciences area                                             3

        Natural Sciences
                Any approved general education course from the Natural Sciences area             4




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