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and Areas of Emphasis
                                                                              SANTA MONICA COLLEGE CATALOG 2011-2012                                      53




Associate Degree,
                                                                                        	 3.	 Completion	 of	 a	 minimum	 of	 18	 semester	 units	 in	 an	
                                                                                              AA-T	 or	 AS-T	 major	 as	 detailed	 in	 this	 Majors	 and	 Areas	

Certificate of
                                                                                              of	 Emphasis	 section	 of	 the	 catalog.	 All	 courses	 in	 the	
                                                                                              major	must	be	completed	with	a	grade	of	C	or	better,	or	
                                                                                              a	P	(Pass)	if	the	course	is	taken	on	a	“Pass/No	Pass”	basis	
Achievement,                                                                                  (Title	5	§55063).	At	the	time	of	this	catalog’s	publication,	a	
                                                                                              student	may	earn	an	Associate	in	Science	for	Transfer	(AS-

and Department                                                                                T)	 in	 Mathematics	 at	 Santa	 Monica	 College.	 Additional	
                                                                                              majors	are	being	developed.	Please	see	a	counselor	or	visit	

Certificate Programs                                                                          www.smc.edu/articulation	for	more	information.
                                                                                        	 4.	 Certified	 completion	 of	 the	 California	 State	 University	
                                                                                              General	Education-Breadth	pattern	(CSU	GE	Breadth)	OR	
      All	 programs	 offered	 at	 Santa	 Monica	 College	 leading	 to	
                                                                                              the	Intersegmental	General	Education	Transfer	Curriculum	
an	 Associate	 degree	 (AA,	 AS,	 AA-T,	 or	 AS-T),	 a	 Certificate	 of	
                                                                                              (IGETC)	pattern.
Achievement,	or	a	Department	Certificate	are	designed	to	pro-
vide	students	with	the	necessary	skills	to	compete	successfully	
in	 related	 job	 markets.	 Certificate	 of	 Achievement	 programs	                     ASSOCIATE DEGREES
offered	by	Santa	Monica	College	meet	the	needs	of	people	in	                                 The	 Associate	 degree	 involves	 satisfactory	 completion	 of	
business	and	industry.	The	teaching	faculty	in	these	programs	is	                       a	 minimum	 of	 60	 semester	 units	 with	 a	 C	 average	 or	 higher,	
well	trained,	with	both	academic	and	industry	experience.	Each	                         including	the	semester	units	required	in	each	area	of	emphasis	
career	 program	 has	 an	 advisory	 board	 composed	 of	 industry	                      and	fulfillment	of	all	Santa	Monica	College	general	education	
representatives	to	insure	that	the	curricula	are	current	and	that	




                                                                                                                                                                   Areas of Emphasis
                                                                                        (GE)	requirements,	CSU	GE,	or	IGETC.
they	meet	industry	needs	and	standards.	
                                                                                             Catalog	rights	dictate	that	a	student	may	satisfy	the	require-




                                                                                                                                                                      Majors and
      Major	 requirement	 sheets	 for	 the	 Associate	 degree,	                         ments	for	a	degree	or	certificate	by	satisfactorily	completing	the	
Certificate	 of	 Achievement,	 and	 Department	 Certificate	 pro-                       general	education	and	major/area	of	emphasis	requirements	in	
grams	 are	 available	 in	 the	 Transfer/Counseling	 Center	 and	                       effect	at	any	time	during	the	student’s	continuous	enrollment.	
online	 (go	 to	 www.smc.edu/articulation).	 Completion of                              Continuous	enrollment	is	defined	as	enrollment	in	consecutive	
Associate degree major coursework, a Certificate of                                     Fall	and	Spring	semesters	until	program	completion.
Achievement, or a Department Certificate usually will not
                                                                                           At least 50% of the area of emphasis (major) units
adequately satisfy transfer major requirements. Students	
                                                                                        must be completed at Santa Monica College.
are	 encouraged	 to	 meet	 with	 a	 counselor	 to	 develop	 an	 aca-
demic	 program	 best	 suited	 for	 their	 transfer	 institution	 and	                        Each	course	in	the	area	of	emphasis	(major)	must	be	com-
intended	major.                                                                         pleted	with	a	grade	of	C	or	higher.
                                                                                        60 Units Unless Otherwise Noted
CATALOG RIGHTS                                                                          Academy	of	Entertainment	&	Technology
     Catalog	rights	dictate	that	a	student	may	satisfy	the	require-                     	 –	 Animation	
ments	of	a	degree	or	certificate	by	completing	the	general	edu-                         	 –	 Digital	Media,	Level	2	
cation	and	major/area	of	emphasis	requirements	in	effect	at	any	                        Accounting
time	of	their	continuous	enrollment.	Continuous	enrollment	is	                          Animation	 (Offered through the Academy of Entertainment
defined	as	enrollment	in	consecutive	Fall	and	Spring	semesters	                              and Technology)
until	program	completion.	                                                              Art/Art	History
                                                                                        Broadcasting
                                                                                        	 –	 Broadcast	Programming	and	Production
ASSOCIATE DEGREES FOR TRANSFER TO THE                                                   	 –	 Broadcast	Sales	and	Management
CSU SYSTEM                                                                              Business
                                                                                        	 –	 Business	Administration
     The	Associate	in	Arts	for	Transfer	(AA-T)	or	the	Associate	of	                     	 –	 Insurance	Professional
Science	for	Transfer	(AS-T)	is	granted	upon	successful	comple-                          	 –	 Logistics/Supply	Chain	Management
tion	 of	 a	 program	 of	 study	 with	 a	 minimum	 of	 60	 semester	                    	 –	 Management/Leadership
units	with	an	overall	average	grade	of	C	or	higher.	The	follow-                         	 –	 Merchandising
ing	is	required	for	all	AA-T	or	AS-T	degrees	for	transfer	to	the	                       Child	Development	(see Early Childhood Education)
California	State	University	system:	                                                    Cinema	(see Film Studies)
	 1.	 Completion	of	a	minimum	of	60	CSU-transferable	semes-                             Computer	Information	Systems
      ter	units.	                                                                       	 –	 Computer	Business	Applications
                                                                                        	 –	 Website	Software	Specialist
	 2.	 Maintaining	 a	 minimum	 grade	 point	 average	 (GPA)	 of	                        Computer	Science
      at	least	2.0	in	all	CSU-transferable	coursework.	Note	that	                       	 –	 Computer	Programming
      while	 a	 minimum	 GPA	 of	 2.0	 is	 required	 for	 admission,	                   	 –	 Computer	Science
      some	 majors	 may	 require	 a	 higher	 GPA.	 Please	 consult	                     	 –	 Database	Applications	Developer
      with	a	counselor	for	more	information.                                            	 –	 Web	Programmer
                     Major requirements for transfer change frequently. Please access ASSIST at www.assist.org for the most up-to-date requirements.
                               For the most up-to-date AA and Certificate of Achievement requirements, visit www.smc.edu/articulation.
                      54       SANTA MONICA COLLEGE CATALOG 2011-2012


                    Cosmetology                                                                                At least 50% of the units required for Certificates of
                    Dance                                                                                  Achievement must be completed at Santa Monica College.
                    Digital	Media	(offered through the Academy of Entertainment and                        (Exception: For IGETC/CSUGE Certificates, 50% of the
                         Technology)                                                                       units required for Certificates of Achievement must be
                    Early	Childhood	Education	(formerly Child Development)                                 completed at any, or any combination of, California
                    	 –	 Early	Childhood	Education                                                         Community College/s.)
                    	 –	 Early	Childhood	Intervention	Assistant                                                 Students	 must	 receive	 a	 grade	 of	 C	 or	 higher	 in	 each	
                    	 –	 Early	Childhood	Intervention	Teacher                                              course	 to	 successfully	 complete	 a	 Certificate	 of	 Achievement.	
                    	 –	 Early	Childhood	Master	Teacher                                                    (Exception:	For	CSUGE	Certificate,	a	minimum	grade	of	D-	[0.7	
                    Environmental	Science                                                                  on	a	4.0	scale]	is	required	for	each	course	applied	to	the	CSUGE	
                    Environmental	Studies                                                                  Certificate	of	Achievement.	The	minimum	overall	GPA	on	the	
                    Ethnic	Studies                                                                         CSUGE	pattern	must	be	a	C	[2.0	on	a	4.0	scale].)
                    Fashion	Design	and	Merchandising
                    	 –	 Fashion	Design                                                                    Academy	of	Entertainment	&	Technology
                    	 –	 Fashion	Merchandising                                                             	 –	 Animation	
                    Film	Studies	(formerly Cinema)                                                         	 –	 Digital	Media,	Level	1	
                    General	Science                                                                        	 –	 Digital	Media,	Level	2	
                    Graphic	Design                                                                         Accounting
                    Interior	Architectural	Design                                                          	 –	 Accounting
                    	 –	 Interior	Architectural	Design	II                                                  	 –	 Professional	Accountant
                    Journalism                                                                             Broadcasting
                                                                                                           	 –	 Broadcast	Programming	and	Production
Areas of Emphasis




                    Kinesiology	 Physical	 Education	 (formerly Physical Education/
                         Kinesiology/Physiological Sciences)                                               	 –	 Broadcast	Sales	and	Management
   Majors and




                    Liberal	 Arts	 (available to students who enrolled at SMC during                       Business
                         Spring 2010 or earlier and who have maintained continuous                         	 –	 Entrepreneurship
                                                                                                           	 –	 Insurance	Professional
                         enrollment; see page 51 for definition of continuous enrollment)
                                                                                                           	 –	 Insurance	Specialist
                    Liberal	Arts–Arts	&	Humanities
                                                                                                           	 –	 International	Business
                    Liberal	Arts–Social	&	Behavioral	Science
                                                                                                           	 –	 Logistics/Supply	Chain	Management
                    Mathematics	(AS-T)
                                                                                                           	 –	 Management/Leadership
                    Music
                                                                                                           	 –	 Marketing
                    	 –	 Applied	Music
                                                                                                           	 –	 Merchandising
                    Nursing	–	RN	(71	units)
                                                                                                           Child	 Development	 (Preschool Associate) (see Early Childhood
                    Office	Information	Systems	(see Office Technology)
                                                                                                                Education)
                    Office	Technology	(formerly Office Information Systems)
                                                                                                           Computer	Information	Systems
                    	 –	 General	Office                                                                    	 –	 Computer	Business	Applications
                    	 –	 Legal	Administrative	Assistant                                                    	 –	 Website	Software	Specialist
                    	 –	 Medical	Administrative	Assistant                                                  Computer	Science
                    	 –	 Medical	Coding	and	Billing	Specialist                                             	 –	 Computer	Programming
                    Photography                                                                            	 –	 Computer	Science
                    Physical	 Education/Kinesiology/Physiological	 Sciences	 (see                          	 –	 Database	Applications	Developer
                         Kinesiology Physical Education)                                                   	 –	 Web	Programmer
                    Respiratory	Therapy	(77	units)                                                         Cosmetology
                    Solar	Photovoltaic	Installation	(Solar	Energy	Installation)                            Early	Childhood	Education	(formerly Child Development)
                    Speech                                                                                 	 –	 Early	Childhood	Education
                    Theatre	Arts                                                                           	 –	 Early	Childhood	Intervention	Assistant
                    Transfer	 Studies	 Associate	 degree—available	 only	 to	 students	                    	 –	 Early	Childhood	Intervention	Teacher
                         who	 enrolled	 at	 Santa	 Monica	 College	 Spring	 2008	 or	                      	 –	 Early	Childhood	Master	Teacher
                         earlier	 and	 who	 have	 maintained	 continuous	 enrollment	                      Environmental	Science
                         in	 each	 Fall	 and	 Spring	 semester	 until	 graduation.	 (See	                  Environmental	Studies
                         2007-08	SMC	catalog	for	Transfer	Studies	Associate	degree	                        Ethnic	Studies
                         requirements.)                                                                    Fashion	Design	and	Merchandising
                    Women’s	Studies                                                                        	 –	 Fashion	Design
                                                                                                           	 –	 Fashion	Merchandising
                    CERTIFICATES OF ACHIEVEMENT                                                            Graphic	Design
                                                                                                           Interior	Architectural	Design
                         Catalog	rights	dictate	that	a	student	may	satisfy	the	require-                    	 –	 Interior	Architectural	Design	Level	I
                    ments	for	a	degree	or	certificate	by	satisfactorily	completing	the	                    	 –	 Interior	Architectural	Design	Level	II
                    general	education	and	major/area	of	emphasis	requirements	in	                          Office	Technology	(formerly Office Information Systems)
                    effect	at	any	time	during	the	student’s	continuous	enrollment.	                        	 –	 General	Office
                    Continuous	enrollment	is	defined	as	enrollment	in	consecutive	                         	 –	 Legal	Administrative	Assistant
                    Fall	and	Spring	semesters	until	program	completion.                                    	 –	 Medical	Administrative	Assistant
                                        Major requirements for transfer change frequently. Please access ASSIST at www.assist.org for the most up-to-date requirements.
                                                  For the most up-to-date AA and Certificate of Achievement requirements, visit www.smc.edu/articulation.
                                                                            SANTA MONICA COLLEGE CATALOG 2011-2012                                   55


	 –	 Medical	Coding	and	Billing	Specialist                                            	    –	 Clerical/Data	Entry
Photography                                                                           	    –	 Medical	Billing/Coding
Solar	Photovoltaic	Installation	(Solar	Energy	Installation)                           	    –	 Medical	Records	Clerk/Receptionist
Transfer                                                                              	    –	 Medical	Transcription
	 –	 CSU	GE                                                                           	    –	 Word	Processing
	 –	 IGETC                                                                            Recycling	and	Resource	Management
                                                                                      	 –	 Recycling	and	Zero	Waste

DEPARTMENT CERTIFICATES
                                                                                      ADDITIONAL FIELDS OF STUDY
     Catalog	rights	dictate	that	a	student	may	satisfy	the	require-
ments	for	a	degree	or	certificate	by	satisfactorily	completing	the	                   Anatomy
general	education	and	major/area	of	emphasis	requirements	in	                         Anthropology
effect	at	any	time	during	the	student’s	continuous	enrollment.	                       Arabic
Continuous	enrollment	is	defined	as	enrollment	in	consecutive	                        Astronomy
Fall	and	Spring	semesters	until	program	completion.                                   Biological	Sciences
                                                                                      Botany
   At least 50% of the area of emphasis (major) units                                 Chemistry
must be completed at Santa Monica College.                                            Chinese
     Students	must	receive	a	grade	of	C	or	higher	in	each	course	                     Communication
to	successfully	complete	a	Department	Certificate.                                    Counseling	(formerly Human Development)
                                                                                      Economics
Academy	of	Entertainment	&	Technology                                                 Engineering




                                                                                                                                                          Areas of Emphasis
	 –	 2D	Animation                                                                     English
	 –	 3D	Animation                                                                     Environmental	Studies	




                                                                                                                                                             Majors and
	 –	 3D	Modeling                                                                      ESL	–	English	as	a	Second	Language
	 –	 3D	Rendering                                                                     French
	 –	 Digital	Effects                                                                  Geography
	 –	 Game	Design                                                                      Geology
Accounting                                                                            German
	 –	 Computer	Accounting                                                              Global	Studies
Automotive	Technician	–	Introductory                                                  Health	Education
Business                                                                              Hebrew
	 –	 Entrepreneurship                                                                 Humanities
	 –	 International                                                                    Italian
	 –	 Logistics                                                                        Japanese
	 –	 Management                                                                       Korean
	 –	 Marketing                                                                        Library	Studies
	 –	 Merchandising                                                                    Mathematics
	 –	 Salon	Business                                                                   Microbiology
Computer	Information	Systems                                                          Nutrition
	 –	 Desktop	Publishing                                                               Occupational	Therapy
	 –	 Website	Creator                                                                  Persian
	 –	 Website	Development	Management                                                   Physiology
	 –	 Word	Processing                                                                  Political	Science
Computer	Science                                                                      Psychology
	 –	 Computer	Programming                                                             Religious	Studies
	 –	 Information	Systems	Management                                                   Russian
	 –	 Networking                                                                       Sociology
	 –	 Robotics	and	Artificial	Intelligence                                             Spanish
Cosmetology                                                                           Urban	Studies
	 –	 Nail	Care                                                                        Zoology
	 –	 Salon	Business                                                                         Pre-Professional Advising Sheets
	 –	 Skin	Care                                                                              (Available in Transfer/Counseling Center or online at
Early	Childhood	Education                                                             www.smc.edu/articulation)
	 –	 Early	Childhood	Education	Core                                                         Chiropractic
	 –	 School-Age	Intervention	Assistant                                                      Dental
Graphic	Design                                                                              Dental	Hygiene
	 –	 Web	Design                                                                             Law
Interior	Architectural	Design                                                               Medical
	 –	 CAD	Production	&	Design                                                                Pharmacy
	 –	 Set	Design	&	Art	Direction	for	Film	&	TV                                               Teacher	Preparation
Office	Technology	(formerly Office Information Systems)                                     Veterinary
                   Major requirements for transfer change frequently. Please access ASSIST at www.assist.org for the most up-to-date requirements.
                             For the most up-to-date AA and Certificate of Achievement requirements, visit www.smc.edu/articulation.
                      56        SANTA MONICA COLLEGE CATALOG 2011-2012




                    Accounting
                                                                                                                  Required Core Courses: (12 Units)
                                                                                                                  Business	1,	Introduction	to	Business	(3)
                                                                                                                  Business	31,	Business	English	(3)	or	English	1,	Reading	&	
                          General	accountants	examine	financial	records	of	munici-                                   Composition	(3)
                    pal,	 county,	 state,	 and	 federal	 agencies	 for	 compliance	 with	                         Business	32,	Business	Communication	(3)
                    laws.	 They	 record	 transactions,	 such	 as	 receivable,	 payable,	                          CIS	1,	Introduction	to	Computers	with	Applications	
                    payroll,	property	into	a	general	ledger.	Corporate	accountants	                                  (3)	or	CIS	4,	Introduction	to	Computer,	Business	
                    set	up	and	design	accounting-bookkeeping	systems	and	proce-                                      Applications	(3)
                    dures,	risk	management	programs,	tax	law	and	finance	meth-                                    Required Concentration Courses: (16 Units)
                    ods,	 record	 financial	 transactions,	 and	 analyze	 and	 evaluate	                          Accounting	1,	Principles	of	Accounting	1	(5)	and	
                    financial	records	for	businesses.	Their	duties	include	interpret-                                Accounting	2,	Principles	of	Accounting	2	(5)
                    ing	 financial	 information	 and	 preparing	 reports	 for	 business	                          Accounting	31A,	Excel	for	Accounting	(3)	or	CIS	30,	
                    executives	 and	 government	 regulatory	 agencies.	 Advancement	                                 Microsoft	EXCEL	(3) or CIS	31,	Accounting	Spread	
                    includes	 senior	 accountant,	 controller,	 treasurer,	 and	 chief	                              Sheets	(3)
                    financial	officer	positions.	                                                                 Accounting	35,	QuickBooks	(3)	or	CIS	35,	QuickBooks	
                          This	major	may	also	lead	to	many	other	careers.	For	addi-                                  (3)
                    tional	possibilities,	visit	the	Career	Services	Center	on	campus	                             Recommended Courses:
                    to	 utilize	 computerized	 career	 information	 systems	 and	 other	                          Accounting	10A,	Intermediate	Accounting	A	(3)	and	
                    valuable	career	resources.                                                                       Accounting	10B,	Intermediate	Accounting	B	(3)	and	
                        Students	 planning	 to	 transfer	 to	 a	 four-year	 college/                                 Accounting	10C,	Intermediate	Accounting	C	(4)	or	
                                                                                                                     Accounting	6,	Accounting	Consolidations	(3)	and	
Areas of Emphasis




                    university	 should	 refer	 to	 the	 Business	 Administration	 major	
                    requirements.                                                                                    Accounting	7,	Accounting	Special	Topics	(3)
   Majors and




                                                                                                                  Accounting	11,	Cost	Accounting	(3)
                                                                                                                  Accounting	12,	Auditing	(3)
                    ASSOCIATE DEGREE – 60 UNITS                                                                   Accounting	15,	Personal	Income	Tax	(3)
                                                                                                                  Accounting	16,	Corporate	Income	Tax	(3)
                          The	 Associate	 degree	 in	 Accounting	 involves	 satisfac-
                                                                                                                  Accounting	31B,	Advanced	Excel	for	Accounting	(3)
                    tory	completion	of	a	minimum	of	60	semester	units	with	a	C	
                                                                                                                  Business	5,	Business	Law	(3)
                    average	 or	 higher,	 including	 at	 least	 28	 semester	 units	 in	 the	
                    Accounting	 area	 of	 emphasis	 (articulated	 below),	 fulfillment	                          Additional	general	education	and	graduation	requirements	
                    of	 the	 Global	 Citizenship	 requirement,	 and	 fulfillment	 of	 all	                  for	the	Associate	degree	from	Santa	Monica	College	are	listed	in	
                    Santa	 Monica	 College	 general	 education	 requirements,	 CSU	                         the	Academics	section	of	this	catalog,	as	well	as	online	(go	to	
                    GE,	or	IGETC.                                                                           www.smc.edu/articulation).
                         Catalog	rights	dictate	that	a	student	may	satisfy	the	require-                     CERTIFICATES OF ACHIEVEMENT
                    ments	for	a	degree	or	certificate	by	satisfactorily	completing	the	
                    general	education	and	major/area	of	emphasis	requirements	in	                                Catalog	rights	dictate	that	a	student	may	satisfy	the	require-
                    effect	at	any	time	during	the	student’s	continuous	enrollment.	                         ments	for	a	degree	or	certificate	by	satisfactorily	completing	the	
                    Continuous	enrollment	is	defined	as	enrollment	in	consecutive	                          general	education	and	major/area	of	emphasis	requirements	in	
                    Fall	and	Spring	semesters	until	program	completion.                                     effect	at	any	time	during	the	student’s	continuous	enrollment.	
                                                                                                            Continuous	enrollment	is	defined	as	enrollment	in	consecutive	
                       At least 50% of the area of emphasis (major) units                                   Fall	and	Spring	semesters	until	program	completion.
                    must be completed at Santa Monica College.
                                                                                                                At	 least	 50%	 of	 the	 required	 units	 for	 a	 Certificate	 of	
                         Each	course	in	the	area	of	emphasis	(major)	must	be	com-                           Achievement	must	be	completed	at	Santa	Monica	College.
                    pleted	with	a	grade	of	C	or	higher.
                                                                                                                 Students	must	receive	a	grade	of	C	or	higher	in	each	course	
                           These	programs	are	not	designed	for	transfer	students.                           to	successfully	complete	a	Certificate	of	Achievement.
                    Accounting                                                                              Accounting
                          Program Learning Outcomes: Upon	completion	of	the	                                    Option 1:	(28	units)
                    Accounting	 program,	 students	 will	 effectively	 comprehend,	                         	   	    Completion	 of	 required	 core	 courses	 and	 required	
                    record,	post,	and	summarize	financial	accounting	information	                               concentration	courses	listed	above	in	the	Associate	degree	
                    from	an	original	business	transaction	through	the	preparation	                              program.
                    of	 financial	 statements	 and	 the	 closing	 entries	 at	 the	 end	 of	                      Option 2:	(23	units)
                    an	 accounting	 cycle.	 Students	 will	 demonstrate	 the	 ability	 to	                        Required Courses: (20 units)
                    prepare	calculations	and	use	financial	information	for	business	                              Accounting	1,	Principles	of	Accounting	1	(5)	and	
                    management	and	decision	making.                                                                  Accounting	2,	Principles	of	Accounting	2	(5)
                          Total	major	units	required:	28	units.                                                   Accounting	10A,	Intermediate	Accounting	A	(3)	and	
                          General	Education	units	required:	18	units.	                                               Accounting	10B,	Intermediate	Accounting	B	(3)	and	
                          Additional	recommended	courses/electives:	14	units.	                                       Accounting	10C,	Intermediate	Accounting	C	(4)
                          Total	units	required:	60	units.                                                         Select one additional course from the following:
                          The major consists of 28 units as follows:                                              Accounting	31A,	EXCEL	for	Accounting	(3)
                                         Major requirements for transfer change frequently. Please access ASSIST at www.assist.org for the most up-to-date requirements.
                                                   For the most up-to-date AA and Certificate of Achievement requirements, visit www.smc.edu/articulation.
                                                                             SANTA MONICA COLLEGE CATALOG 2011-2012                                      57


     Accounting	31B,	Advanced	EXCEL	for	Accounting	(3)                                       Accounting	45,	Individual	Financial	Planning	(3)	(same as
     Accounting	35,	QuickBooks	(3)	or	CIS	35,	QuickBooks	                                       Business 45)
        (3)                                                                                  CIS	4,	Introduction	to	Computers	with	Business	
     CIS	30,	Microsoft	EXCEL	(3)                                                                Applications	(3)
     CIS	31,	Accounting	Spread	Sheets	(3)
                                                                                       DEPARTMENT CERTIFICATE
     Option 3: (22-26	units)
     Required Courses: (13 units)                                                           Catalog	rights	dictate	that	a	student	may	satisfy	the	require-
     Accounting	1,	Principles	of	Accounting	1	(5)                                      ments	for	a	degree	or	certificate	by	satisfactorily	completing	the	
     Accounting	2,	Principles	of	Accounting	2	(5)                                      general	education	and	major/area	of	emphasis	requirements	in	
     Accounting	15,	Personal	Income	Tax	(3)                                            effect	at	any	time	during	the	student’s	continuous	enrollment.	
     Select one additional course from the following:                                  Continuous	enrollment	is	defined	as	enrollment	in	consecutive	
     Accounting	31A,	EXCEL	for	Accounting	(3)                                          Fall	and	Spring	semesters	until	program	completion.
     Accounting	35,	QuickBooks	(3)                                                          At	 least	 50%	 of	 the	 required	 units	 for	 a	 Department	
     Select two additional courses from the following:
                                                                                       Certificate	must	be	completed	at	Santa	Monica	College.
     Accounting	10A,	Intermediate	Accounting	2	(5)
     Accounting	10B,	Intermediate	Accounting	B	(3)                                          Students	must	receive	a	grade	of	C	or	higher	in	each	course	
     Accounting	10C,	Intermediate	Accounting	C	(4)                                     to	successfully	complete	a	Department	Certificate.
     Accounting	11,	Cost	Accounting	(3)
                                                                                       Computer Accounting (14 units)
     Accounting	12,	Auditing	(3)
     Accounting	16,	Corporate	Income	Tax	(3)                                                Program Learning Outcomes: Students	will	demonstrate	
     Business	1,	Introduction	to	Business	(3)                                          basic	knowledge	of	computerized	accounting	application	soft-
     Business	5,	Business	Law	(3)                                                      ware,	such	as	word	processing,	spreadsheet,	and	basic	general	




                                                                                                                                                                  Areas of Emphasis
     Business	32,	Business	Communication	(3)                                           ledger	applications.




                                                                                                                                                                     Majors and
     Business	45,	Personal	Finance	(3)	(same as Accounting 45)
                                                                                             Required Courses:
Professional Accountant (41 units)                                                           Accounting	1,	Principles	of	Accounting	(5)
                                                                                             Accounting	31A,	Excel	for	Accounting	(3)
     The	Professional	Accounting	curriculum	prepares	holders	
                                                                                             Accounting	35,	QuickBooks	(3)	or	CIS	35,	QuickBooks	
of	a	Bachelor’s	degree	to	take	the	Certified	Public	Accountant	
                                                                                                (3)
(CPA)	Board	Exam.	For information on the CPA exam, please see
                                                                                             CIS	4,	Introduction	to	Computers		
the California Board of Accountancy website (www.dca.ca.gov/cba/).
                                                                                                Business	Applications	(3)
      Program Learning Outcomes: Students	completing	this	
                                                                                             Recommended Courses:
certificate	will	use	intermediate	and	advanced	financial	account-
                                                                                             Accounting	31B,	Advanced	Excel	for	Accounting	(3)
ing	 principles	 to	 record	 transactions	 and	 analyze	 financial	
statements	 based	 on	 published	 Standards	 and	 Interpretations	
and	the	Conceptual	Framework	promulgated	by	the	Financial	
Accounting	 Standards	 Board.	 Students	 will	 also	 demonstrate	                      Anthropology
the	ability	to	use	specialized	and	advanced	disciplines	such	as	
                                                                                            Anthropologist	 is	 a	 general	 term	 for	 those	 who	 study	
cost	 accounting,	 auditing,	 and	 taxation,	 and	 perform	 research	
                                                                                       human	 societies,	 both	 present	 and	 past.	 A	 Socio-cultural	
using	 a	 wide	 array	 of	 resources	 related	 to	 Generally	 Accepted	
                                                                                       Anthropologist	 may	 work	 in	 a	 field	 such	 as	 development,	
Accounting	Principles	(GAAP).
                                                                                       community	 organizing,	 policy	 analysis,	 and	 social	 research.	
      Required Core Courses:
                                                                                       Linguistic	Anthropologists	may	work	in	the	areas	of	inter-cul-
      Accounting	1,	Principles	of	Accounting	1	(5)	and	
                                                                                       tural	communication,	language	revitalization,	and	literacy	pro-
         Accounting	2,	Principles	of	Accounting	2	(5)
                                                                                       grams.	An	emphasis	in	Archaeology	lends	itself	to	work	in	one	
      Accounting	6,	Accounting	Consolidations	(3)
      Accounting	7,	Accounting	Special	Topics	(3)                                      of	many	Federal	and	State	agencies	and	private	cultural	resource	
      Accounting	10A,	Intermediate	Accounting	A	(3)	and	                               management	 firms.	 Biological	 and	 Medical	 Anthropologists	
         Accounting	10B,	Intermediate	Accounting	B	(3)	and	                            work	 in	 the	 growing	 sector	 of	 health	 related	 occupations	 and	
         Accounting	10C,	Intermediate	Accounting	C	(4)                                 research.	 Consultants	 are	 employed	 in	 historical	 and	 ethno-
      Accounting	11,	Cost	Accounting	(3)                                               graphic	 research,	 forensic	 work,	 archaeological	 survey	 and	
      Accounting	12,	Auditing	(3)                                                      excavation,	museums	and	teaching.
      Accounting	15,	Personal	Income	Tax	(3)                                                This	major	may	also	lead	to	many	other	careers.	For	addi-
      Accounting	16,	Taxation	of	Corporations,	Partnerships,	                          tional	 possibilities,	 visit	 the	 Career	 Services	 Center	 on	 SMC’s	
         Estates	and	Trusts	(3)                                                        main	 campus	 to	 utilize	 computerized	 career	 information	 sys-
      Business	5,	Business	Law	(3)                                                     tems	and	other	valuable	career	resources.
     Recommended Courses:
                                                                                       TRANSFER
     Accounting	26,	Advanced	Business	Law	(3)	(same as
        Business 6)                                                                          Students	planning	to	transfer	to	a	four-year	college	should	
     Accounting	31A,	EXCEL	for	Accounting	(3)                                          complete	the	lower-division	major	requirements	and	the	gen-
     Accounting	31B,	Advanced	EXCEL	for	Accounting	(3)                                 eral	 education	 pattern	 for	 the	 appropriate	 transfer	 institution.	
     Accounting	35,	QuickBooks	(3)	or	CIS	35,	QuickBooks	                              Santa	 Monica	 College	 has	 articulation	 agreements	 for	 this	
        (3)                                                                            major	 with	 the	 following	 UC,	 CSU,	 and	 private	 institutions.	
                    Major requirements for transfer change frequently. Please access ASSIST at www.assist.org for the most up-to-date requirements.
                              For the most up-to-date AA and Certificate of Achievement requirements, visit www.smc.edu/articulation.
                      58       SANTA MONICA COLLEGE CATALOG 2011-2012


                    Exact	 major	 requirements	 for	 these	 and	 other	 UC	 and	 CSU	                       tions,	hospitals,	interior	design	departments,	advertising	agen-
                    campuses	 can	 be	 found	 online	 at	 www.assist.org.	 Articulation	                    cies,	and	film	and	media	production	companies.
                    agreements	 with	 private	 institutions	 can	 be	 found	 online	 at	
                                                                                                                  This	major	may	also	lead	to	many	other	careers.	For	addi-
                    www.smc.edu/articulation.
                                                                                                            tional	possibilities,	visit	the	Career	Services	Center	on	campus	
                      • University of California, Berkeley                                                  to	 utilize	 computerized	 career	 information	 systems	 and	 other	
                        B.A.	Anthropology                                                                   valuable	career	resources.
                      • University of California, Davis                                                     TRANSFER
                        A.B.	Anthropology
                        B.S.	Anthropology                                                                         Students	planning	to	transfer	to	a	four-year	college	should	
                                                                                                            complete	the	lower-division	major	requirements	and	the	gen-
                      • University of California, Irvine                                                    eral	 education	 pattern	 for	 the	 appropriate	 transfer	 institution.	
                      • University of California, Los Angeles                                               Santa	 Monica	 College	 has	 articulation	 agreements	 for	 this	
                        B.A.	Anthropology                                                                   major	 with	 the	 following	 UC,	 CSU,	 and	 private	 institutions.	
                        B.S.	Anthropology                                                                   Exact	 major	 requirements	 for	 these	 and	 other	 UC	 and	 CSU	
                                                                                                            campuses	 can	 be	 found	 online	 at	 www.assist.org.	 Articulation	
                      • University of California, San Diego                                                 agreements	 with	 private	 institutions	 can	 be	 found	 online	 at	
                        B.A.	Anthropology                                                                   www.smc.edu/articulation.
                        B.A.	Anthropology,	Concentration	in	Archaeology
                        B.A.	Anthropology,	Concentration	in	Biological	                                        • University of California, Irvine
                           Anthropology                                                                          B.A.	Arts	and	Humanities
                                                                                                                 B.A.	Studio	Arts
Areas of Emphasis




                      • University of California, Santa Barbara
                        B.A.	Anthropology	Cultural	emphasis                                                    • University of California, Los Angeles
   Majors and




                        B.A.	Anthropology	Physical	emphasis                                                      B.A.	Art
                                                                                                                 B.A.	Design/Media	Arts	
                      • University of California, Santa Cruz
                                                                                                               • UCLA School of Art and Architecture,
                        B.A.	Anthropology
                                                                                                                 Department of Design
                      • California State University, Dominguez Hills                                             B.A.	Art
                        B.A.	Anthropology
                                                                                                               • University of California, Riverside
                      • California State University, Fullerton                                                   Art	B.A.
                        B.A.	Anthropology
                                                                                                               • University of California, Santa Barbara
                      • California State University, Los Angeles                                                 B.A.	Art
                        B.A.	Anthropology
                                                                                                               • California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
                      • California State University, Northridge                                                  B.F.A.	Fine	Arts
                        B.A.	Anthropology
                                                                                                               • California State University, Long Beach
                      • California State University, San Bernardino                                              B.A.	Art
                        B.A.	Anthropology                                                                        Studio	Art	option
                                                                                                                 NOTE:	B.F.A.	option	requires	a	portfolio	review
                        Santa	Monica	College	has	articulation	agreements	for	this	
                                                                                                                 Graphic	Design	option	(portfolio	review	required)
                    major	 (see	 www.smc.edu/articulation	 for	 exact	 requirements)	
                                                                                                                 Other	options:	Drawing	and	3-D	Media;	Art	Education;	
                    with	the	following	private	and	out-of-state	institutions:
                                                                                                                    Art	History;	Art	Photography;	Ceramics;	Illustration;	
                      • Mills College                                                                               Printmaking;	Sculpture
                        B.A.	Anthropology	and	Sociology
                                                                                                               • California State University, Los Angeles
                          General	 education	 requirements	 for	 the	 University	 of	                            B.A.	Art
                    California,	California	State	University,	and	other	local	universi-                           Animation	option
                    ties	are	listed	in	the	Academics	section	of	this	catalog,	as	well	as	                        Art	Education	option
                    online	(go	to	www.smc.edu/articulation).                                                     Art	History	option
                                                                                                                 Fashion	and	Textiles	option	(specialization	in	Fashion	

                    Art                                                                                             Design	or	Fashion	Merchandising)
                                                                                                                 Graphic	Design/Visual	Communication
                                                                                                                 Studio	Arts	option
                          Artists	 express	 their	 thoughts	 and	 feelings	 by	 creating	
                                                                                                               • California State University, Northridge
                    fine	 art	 works	 that	 are	 primarily	 intended	 for	 aesthetic	 enjoy-
                                                                                                                 B.A.	Art
                    ment.	Related	career	titles	include	advertising	artist	or	designer,	
                    art	 administrator,	 furniture	 designer,	 illustrator,	 courtroom	                        • California State University, San Bernardino
                    sketcher,	medical	illustrator,	animator	and	toy	designer.	Some	                              B.A.	Plan	I	(Art	Education)
                    organizations	that	typically	employ	art	majors	include:	studios,	                            B.A.	Plan	II	(Specializations)
                    museums,	 auction	 houses,	 art	 councils,	 educational	 institu-                            B.A.	Plan	III	(Art	History)
                                         Major requirements for transfer change frequently. Please access ASSIST at www.assist.org for the most up-to-date requirements.
                                                   For the most up-to-date AA and Certificate of Achievement requirements, visit www.smc.edu/articulation.
                                                                              SANTA MONICA COLLEGE CATALOG 2011-2012                                       59


    Santa	Monica	College	has	articulation	agreements	for	this	                          er	in	implementation	or	analysis,	in	order	to	develop	and	create	
major	 (see	 www.smc.edu/articulation	 for	 exact	 requirements)	                       a	strategy	for	its	solution.
with	the	following	private	and	out-of-state	institutions:
                                                                                              Required Core Courses: (6 units)
    • Academy of Art University, San Francisco                                                Art	10A,	Design	I	(3)
      B.F.A.	Fine	Arts	and	Art	Studies                                                        Art	20A,	Drawing	I	(3)
    • Art Center College of Design                                                            Select two core courses from the following: (6 units)
      B.F.A.	Advertising	                                                                     AHIS	1,	Western	Art	History	I	(3)
      B.S.	Environmental	Design                                                               AHIS	2,	Western	Art	History	II	(3)
      B.F.A.	Film                                                                             AHIS	3,	Western	Art	History	III	(3)	(formerly Art 8)
      B.F.A.	Fine	Arts                                                                        AHIS	15,	Mexican	Art	History	(3)	(formerly Art 9)
      B.F.A.	Graphic	Design                                                                   AHIS	17,	Arts	of	Asia	(3)	(formerly Art 5)
      B.F.A.	Illustration	                                                                    AHIS	18,	Introduction	to	African	Art	History	(3)
      B.F.A.	Photography	                                                                     AHIS	72,	American	Art	History	(3)	(formerly Art 72)
      B.F.A.	Product	Design	
      B.S.	Transportation	Design:	                                                      	    	 FOUNDATION	 COURSES	 –	 (12	 units);	 (it	 is	 strongly	
                                                                                               recommended	that	the	foundation	courses	be	taken	after	
    • California College of The Arts                                                           completion	of	core	courses):
	    	 Ceramics,	 Community	 Arts,	 Glass,	 Illustration,	 Jewelry/
       Metal	Arts,	Painting/Drawing,	Printmaking,	Sculpture	                                  Required Core Courses: (9 units)
                                                                                              Art	10B,	Design	II	(3)
    • Loyola Marymount University                                                             Art	20B,	Drawing	II	(3)
      B.A.	Art	History                                                                        Art	21A,	Drawing	III	(3)




                                                                                                                                                                Areas of Emphasis
      Other concentrations offered:
      Fine	Arts,	Ceramics                                                                     Select one foundation course from the following: (3 units)




                                                                                                                                                                   Majors and
      Fine	Arts,	Drawing/Painting                                                             Art	13,	3-D	Design	(3)
      Fine	Arts,	Photography                                                                  Art	40A,	Sculpture	I	(3)
      Fine	Arts,	Printmaking                                                                  Art	52A,	Ceramics	I	(3)
      Graphic	Arts                                                                         The	 above	 recommendations	 are	 the	 minimum	 require-
      Multimedia	Arts,	Image                                                            ments	for	an	Associate	degree	only.
      Multimedia	Arts,	Motion
      Multimedia	Arts,	Sound                                                                 In	addition	to	meeting	academic	requirements,	most	uni-
      Multimedia	Arts,	Text                                                             versities	and	art	schools	require	prospective	students	to	submit	
                                                                                        a	portfolio	for	admission	to	be	presented	to	the	Art	Department	
     Additional	general	education	requirements	are	listed	on	a	
                                                                                        of	each	institution	that	they	apply	to	for	admission.
separate	 sheet	 available	 in	 the	 Transfer/Counseling	 Center,	 as	
well	as	online	(go	to	www.smc.edu/articulation).                                             It	is	possible	to	be	admitted	to	a	university	based	on	aca-
                                                                                        demics,	but	not	into	their	Art	Major	Program,	unless	a	student	
ASSOCIATE DEGREE – 60 UNITS                                                             submits	a	portfolio	with	evidence	of	individual	style	and	con-
     The	 Associate	 degree	 in	 Art	 involves	 satisfactory	 comple-                   cepts.
tion	 of	 a	 minimum	 of	 60	 semester	 units	 with	 a	 C	 average	 or	                      It	 is	 highly	 recommended	 that	 students	 follow	 the	
higher,	 including	 at	 least	 24	 semester	 units	 in	 the	 Art	 area	                 “Recommended	Course	of	Study	for	Transfer	Consideration	and	
of	 emphasis	 (articulated	 below),	 fulfillment	 of	 the	 Global	                      Portfolio	 Development”	 with	 Elective	 Areas	 of	 Specialization	
Citizenship	 requirement,	 and	 fulfillment	 of	 all	 Santa	 Monica	                    prepared	 by	 the	 Art	 Department,	 which	 is	 available	 in	 the	
College	general	education	requirements,	CSU	GE,	or	IGETC.                               Transfer/Counseling	Center,	the	Art	Department,	and	at	www.
     Catalog	rights	dictate	that	a	student	may	satisfy	the	require-                     smc.edu/articulation.	This	will	help	students	to	develop	a	success-
ments	for	a	degree	or	certificate	by	satisfactorily	completing	the	                     ful	portfolio	for	transfer.
general	education	and	major/area	of	emphasis	requirements	in	                                In	 addition,	 students	 should	 make	 an	 appointment	 with	
effect	at	any	time	during	the	student’s	continuous	enrollment.	                         the	institution	of	their	choice	to	inform	themselves	of	specific	
Continuous	enrollment	is	defined	as	enrollment	in	consecutive	                          courses	and	portfolio	projects	needed	for	transfer.
Fall	and	Spring	semesters	until	program	completion.
   At least 50% of the area of emphasis (major) units                                   COURSE OF STUDY FOR TRANSFER CONSIDERATION AND
must be completed at Santa Monica College.                                              PORTFOLIO DEVELOPMENT
                                                                                           Core Courses: (12 units required)
     Each	course	in	the	area	of	emphasis	(major)	must	be	com-                              Art	10A,	Design	I	(3)
pleted	with	a	grade	of	C	or	higher.                                                        Art	20A,	Drawing	I	(3)
Art (24 units)
                                                                                              Select two additional courses from the following:
     Program Learning Outcomes: Upon	 completion	 of	                                         AHIS	1,	Western	Art	History	I	(3)
the	program	in	Art,	students	will	demonstrate	an	appreciation	                                AHIS	2,	Western	Art	History	II	(3)
and	understanding	of	Art	and	Art	History	in	order	to	develop	                                 AHIS	3,	Western	Art	History	III	(3)	(formerly Art 8)
creative	 and	 critical	 thinking	 solutions	 to	 various	 Art	 and	 Art	                     AHIS	15,	Mexican	Art	History	(3)	(formerly Art 9)
History	issues.	Students	will	look	at	an	artistic	situation,	wheth-                           AHIS	17,	Arts	of	Asia	(3)	(formerly Art 5)
                     Major requirements for transfer change frequently. Please access ASSIST at www.assist.org for the most up-to-date requirements.
                               For the most up-to-date AA and Certificate of Achievement requirements, visit www.smc.edu/articulation.
                        60         SANTA MONICA COLLEGE CATALOG 2011-2012


                             AHIS	18,	Introduction	to	African	Art	History	(3)                                        Art	63,	Lithography	(3)
                             AHIS	72,	American	Art	History	(3)	(formerly Art 72)
                                                                                                                     3-D/Ceramics and Sculpture Emphasis:
                    	    	 FOUNDATION	 COURSES	 –	 (12	 units	 required);	 (it	 is	                                  Art	13,	3-D	Design	(3)
                           strongly	 recommended	 that	 the	 foundation	 courses	 be	                                Art	17A,	3-D	Jewelry	Design	I	(3)
                           taken	after	completion	of	core	courses):                                                  Art	17B,	3-D	Jewelry	Design	II	(3)
                           Art	10B,	Design	II	(3)                                                                    Art	40A,	Sculpture	I	(3)
                           Art	20B,	Drawing	II	(3)                                                                   Art	40B,	Sculpture	II	(3)
                           Art	21A,	Drawing	III	(3)                                                                  Art	40C,	Sculpture	III	(3)
                                                                                                                     Art	41A,	Figure	Modeling	Sculpture	I	(3)
                             Select one foundation course from the following:
                                                                                                                     Art	41B,	Figure	Modeling	Sculpture	II	(3)
                             Art	13,	3-D	Design	(3)
                                                                                                                     Art	43A,	Glass	Sculpture	I	(3)
                             Art	40A,	Sculpture	I	(3)
                                                                                                                     Art	43B,	Glass	Sculpture	II	(3)
                             Art	52A,	Ceramics	I	(3)                                                                 Art	52A,	Ceramics	I	(3)
                             ELECTIVE	AREAS	OF	SPECIALIZATION                                                        Art	52B,	Ceramics	II	(3)
                             Painting/Drawing/Printmaking Emphasis:                                                  Art	52C,	Ceramics	III	(3)
                             Art	21B,	Drawing	IV,	(3)
                             Art	30A,	Beginning	Watercolor	Painting	I	(3)
                             Art	30B,	Watercolor	Painting	II	(3)                                               Art History
                             Art	30C,	Acrylic	Painting	Techniques	(3)
                             Art	32,	Intermediate	Painting	(3)                                                       Art	history	is	the	study	of	art	created	in	the	past	by	individ-
                             Art	33,	Advanced	Painting	(3)                                                     uals	from	various	cultures	and	parts	of	the	world.	It	is	the	study	
Areas of Emphasis




                             Art	35,	Airbrush	Techniques	(3)                                                   of	 the	 historical	 development	 of	 art	 as	 social	 and	 intellectual	
                             Art	60,	Introduction	to	Printmaking	(3)                                           phenomenon,	the	analysis	of	works	of	art	and	art	conservation.	
   Majors and




                             Art	61A,	Etching	(3)                                                              Students	study	specific	periods,	cultures,	styles	and	themes.	The	
                             Art	61B	(Advanced	Etching	(3)                                                     art	historian	seeks	to	interpret	and	understand	works	of	art	of	
                             Art	62,	Serigraphy	(silkscreen)	(3)                                               many	types,	ranging	from	the	monumental	to	small	scale,	by	
                             Art	63,	Lithography	(3)                                                           learning	about	artists’	lives	and	their	societies.	Students	are	pre-
                                                                                                               pared	 for	 a	 wide	 range	 of	 professional	 careers	 –	 in	 museums,	
                             Contemporary Art Practice & Theory Emphasis:                                      galleries,	auction	houses	or	publishing	including	antique	deal-
                             Art	34B,	Contemporary	Art	Theory	&	Practice	II	(3)                                er,	art	appraiser,	art	dealer,	art	restorer	and	museum	curator.
                             Fine Arts Emphasis:                                                                     This	major	may	also	lead	to	many	other	careers.	For	addi-
                             Art	13,	3-D	Design	(3)                                                            tional	possibilities,	visit	the	Career	Services	Center	on	campus	
                             Art	32,	Intermediate	Painting	(3)                                                 to	 utilize	 computerized	 career	 information	 systems	 and	 other	
                             Art	33,	Advanced	Painting	(3)                                                     valuable	career	resources.
                             Art	40A,	Sculpture	I	(3)
                                                                                                               TRANSFER
                             New Technologies Emphasis:
                             Art	20C,	Digital	Drawing	(3)                                                            Students	planning	to	transfer	to	a	four-year	college	should	
                             Photography	1,	Introduction	to	Photography	(3)                                    complete	the	lower-division	major	requirements	and	the	gen-
                             Photography	2,	Basic	Photo	Lab	Techniques	(3)                                     eral	 education	 pattern	 for	 the	 appropriate	 transfer	 institution.	
                                                                                                               Santa	 Monica	 College	 has	 articulation	 agreements	 for	 this	
                             Printmaking Emphasis:                                                             major	with	the	following	UC,	CSU,	private,	and	international	
                             Art	60B,	Introduction	to	Digital	Printing	(3)                                     institutions.	 Exact	 major	 requirements	 for	 these	 and	 other	
                             Art	62,	Serigraphy	(Silkscreen)	(3)                                               UC	and	CSU	campuses	can	be	found	online	at	www.assist.org.	
                             Select one additional course from the following:                                  Articulation	agreements	with	private	institutions	can	be	found	
                             AHIS	3,	Western	Art	History	III	(3)	(formerly Art 8)                              online	at	www.smc.edu/articulation.
                             AHIS	52,	History	of	Photography	(3)	(formerly Art 73)                                • University of California, Irvine
                                (same as Photography 52)                                                            B.A.	Art	History
                             AHIS	72,	American	Art	History	(3)	(formerly Art 72)
                                                                                                                  • University of California, Los Angeles
                             Design with a Digital Technologies Emphasis:                                           B.A.	Art	History
                             Art	15,	Lettering	(3)
                             Art	20C,	Digital	Drawing	(3)                                                         • University of California, Riverside
                                                                                                                    B.A.	Art	History
                             Art	21B,	Drawing	IV	(3)
                             Art	30A,	Beginning	Water	Color	Painting	I	(3)                                        • University of California, Santa Barbara
                             Art	30B,	Watercolor	Painting	II	(3)                                                    B.A.	Art	History/B.A.	Art	History	Non-Western	emphasis
                             Art	30C,	Acrylic	Painting	Techniques	(3)                                               Architecture	and	Environment	emphasis
                             Art	34B,	Contemporary	Art	Theory	&	Practice	II	(3)
                                                                                                                  • California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
                             Art	60B,	Introduction	to	Digital	Printing	(3)
                                                                                                                    B.A.	Art	History
                             Art	61A,	Etching	(3)
                             Art	61B,	Advanced	Etching	(3)                                                        • California State University, Los Angeles
                             Art	62,	Serigraphy	(Silkscreen)	(3)                                                    Art	History	option
                                            Major requirements for transfer change frequently. Please access ASSIST at www.assist.org for the most up-to-date requirements.
                                                      For the most up-to-date AA and Certificate of Achievement requirements, visit www.smc.edu/articulation.
                                                                              SANTA MONICA COLLEGE CATALOG 2011-2012                                      61


    • California State University, San Bernardino                                             AHIS	52,	History	of	Photography	(3)	(formerly Art 73)
      B.A.	Plan	III	(Art	History)                                                                (same as Photography 52)
                                                                                              AHIS	72,	American	Art	History	(3)	(formerly Art 72)
    Santa	Monica	College	has	articulation	agreements	for	this	
                                                                                              Art	21A,	Drawing	III	(3)
major	 (see	 www.smc.edu/articulation	 for	 exact	 requirements)	
                                                                                              Art	40A,	Sculpture	(3)
with	the	following	private	and	out-of-state	institutions:
                                                                                              Art	52A,	Ceramics	(3)
    • Academy of Art University, San Francisco
      B.F.A.	Fine	Arts	and	Art	Studies
    • John Cabot University, Rome, ITALY
      Art	History
                                                                                        Astronomy
      This	university	is	US	regionally	accredited.	See	www.
                                                                                             Astronomers	 study	 the	 solar	 system,	 stars,	 galaxies,	 and	
         smc.edu/articulation for	general	education	admission	
                                                                                        space	using	principles	of	physics	and	mathematics.	Their	work	
         requirements.
                                                                                        adds	to	the	basic	scientific	knowledge	about	the	nature	of	the	
    • Loyola Marymount University                                                       universe	 and	 also	 provides	 a	 basis	 for	 improvement	 in	 such	
      B.A.	Art	History                                                                  areas	as	aircraft	navigation	and	satellite	communication.	They	
                                                                                        study	planets,	stars,	novas,	and	colliding	gases	between	stars	in	
    General	 education	 requirements	 are	 listed	 on	 a	 separate	
                                                                                        an	 attempt	 to	 find	 out	 how	 they	 were	 formed,	 what	 they	 are	
sheet	 available	 in	 the	 Transfer/Counseling	 Center,	 as	 well	 as	
                                                                                        made	of,	and	how	they	change.	They	measure	light,	radio	and	
online	(go	to	www.smc.edu/articulation).	
                                                                                        x-ray	emissions	from	space	sources.	Astronomers	can	advance	
ASSOCIATE DEGREE – 60 UNITS                                                             to	director	of	an	observatory	or	science	center.




                                                                                                                                                                   Areas of Emphasis
     The	 Associate	 degree	 in	 Art	 History	 involves	 satisfactory	                        This	major	may	also	lead	to	many	other	careers.	For	addi-
completion	of	a	minimum	of	60	semester	units	with	a	C	aver-                             tional	possibilities,	visit	the	Career	Services	Center	on	campus	




                                                                                                                                                                      Majors and
age	 or	 higher,	 including	 at	 least	 18	 semester	 units	 in	 the	 Art	              to	 utilize	 computerized	 career	 information	 systems	 and	 other	
History	area	of	emphasis	(articulated	below),	fulfillment	of	the	                       valuable	career	resources.
Global	 Citizenship	 requirement,	 and	 fulfillment	 of	 all	 Santa	
Monica	 College	 general	 education	 requirements,	 CSU	 GE,	 or	                       TRANSFER
IGETC.                                                                                        Students	planning	to	transfer	to	a	four-year	college	should	
     Catalog	rights	dictate	that	a	student	may	satisfy	the	require-                     complete	the	lower-division	major	requirements	and	the	gen-
ments	for	a	degree	or	certificate	by	satisfactorily	completing	the	                     eral	 education	 pattern	 for	 the	 appropriate	 transfer	 institution.	
general	education	and	major/area	of	emphasis	requirements	in	                           Santa	 Monica	 College	 has	 articulation	 agreements	 for	 this	
effect	at	any	time	during	the	student’s	continuous	enrollment.	                         major	 with	 the	 following	 UC,	 CSU,	 and	 private	 institutions.	
Continuous	enrollment	is	defined	as	enrollment	in	consecutive	                          Exact	 major	 requirements	 for	 these	 and	 other	 UC	 and	 CSU	
Fall	and	Spring	semesters	until	program	completion.                                     campuses	 can	 be	 found	 online	 at	 www.assist.org.	 Articulation	
                                                                                        agreements	 with	 private	 institutions	 can	 be	 found	 online	 at	
   At least 50% of the area of emphasis (major) units                                   www.smc.edu/articulation.
must be completed at Santa Monica College.
                                                                                           • University of California, Berkeley
     Each	course	in	the	area	of	emphasis	(major)	must	be	com-                                B.S.	Astrophysics
pleted	with	a	grade	of	C	or	higher.                                                          B.A.	Earth	and	Planetary	Science,	Planetary	Science	Track
Art History (18 units)                                                                       B.A.	Earth	and	Planetary	Science,	Environmental	Earth	
                                                                                                and	Marine	Science	Track
	    	 REQUIRED	CORE	COURSES:	(15	UNITS)
       AHIS	1,	Western	Art	History	I	(3)                                                   • California State University, Northridge
       AHIS	2,	Western	Art	History	II	(3)                                                    B.S.	in	Physics	with	an	Astrophysics	option
       AHIS	3,	Western	Art	History	III	(3)	(formerly Art 8)

                                                                                        Automotive
       Art	10A,	Design	I	(3)
       Art	20A,	Drawing	I	(3)
	     REQUIRED FOUNDATION COURSES: Select one course                                    See Business
      from the following: (it is strongly recommended you take these
      courses after completion of core courses)
      AHIS	11,	Art	Appreciation:	Introduction	to	Global	Visual	
         Culture	(3)	(formerly Art 79)                                                  Biological Sciences
      AHIS	15,	Mexican	Art	(3)	(formerly Art 9)
      AHIS	17,	Art	of	Asia-Prehistory	to	1900	(3)	(formerly Art                               This	 major	 can	 lead	 to	 many	 biological	 science	 careers.	
         5)                                                                             Medical	 laboratory	 technicians	 work	 in	 a	 clinical	 laboratory	
      AHIS	18,	Introduction	to	African	Art	History	(3)                                  and	perform	routine	tests	to	obtain	data	used	by	physicians	and	
      AHIS	21,	Architectural	History:	Ancient	to	1850	(3)	(for-                         other	medical	staff	in	the	prevention,	diagnosis,	and	treatment	
         merly Art 6)                                                                   of	illness.	Bioscience	technicians	conduct	tests	and	analyze	data	
      AHIS	22,	Architecture	History	and	Theory-1850	to	Present	                         for	 use	 in	 research	 and	 production.	 Some	 additional	 careers	
         (formerly Art 7)                                                               include	 genetic	 counselors,	 environmental	 health	 specialists,	
                     Major requirements for transfer change frequently. Please access ASSIST at www.assist.org for the most up-to-date requirements.
                               For the most up-to-date AA and Certificate of Achievement requirements, visit www.smc.edu/articulation.
                      62       SANTA MONICA COLLEGE CATALOG 2011-2012


                    medical	 illustrators,	 microbiologists,	 toxicologists,	 wild	 life	                      • California State University, Los Angeles
                    biologists,	and	teachers.                                                                    B.S.	Biology
                          This	major	may	also	lead	to	many	other	careers.	For	addi-                            • California State University, Northridge
                    tional	possibilities,	visit	the	Career	Services	Center	on	campus	                            B.A.	Biology
                    to	 utilize	 computerized	 career	 information	 systems	 and	 other	                         B.S.	Biology
                    valuable	career	resources.                                                                   Cellular	&	Molecular	option
                                                                                                                 Marine	Biology	option
                    TRANSFER                                                                                     Microbiology	option
                          Students	planning	to	transfer	to	a	four-year	college	should	                           Environmental	option
                    complete	the	lower-division	major	requirements	and	the	gen-                                • California Polytechnic State University, San Luis
                    eral	 education	 pattern	 for	 the	 appropriate	 transfer	 institution.	                     Obispo
                    Santa	 Monica	 College	 has	 articulation	 agreements	 for	 this	                            B.S.	Biological	Sciences	
                    major	 with	 the	 following	 UC,	 CSU,	 and	 private	 institutions.	                            Molecular	and	Cellular	Biology	concentration
                    Exact	 major	 requirements	 for	 these	 and	 other	 UC	 and	 CSU	
                                                                                                                Santa	Monica	College	has	articulation	agreements	for	this	
                    campuses	 can	 be	 found	 online	 at	 www.assist.org.	 Articulation	
                                                                                                            major	 (see	 www.smc.edu/articulation	 for	 exact	 requirements)	
                    agreements	 with	 private	 institutions	 can	 be	 found	 online	 at	
                                                                                                            with	the	following	private	and	out-of-state	institutions:
                    www.smc.edu/articulation.
                                                                                                               • Loyola Marymount University
                        PLEASE	NOTE:	Due	to	the	competitive	nature	of	Biology,	
                                                                                                                 B.A.	Biology
                    students	 are	 advised	 to	 complete	 as	 many	 lower	 division	
                                                                                                                 B.S.	Biology
                    courses	as	possible	prior	to	transfer.	Please	see	a	counselor	for	                           B.S.	Biochemistry
Areas of Emphasis




                    more	information.                                                                            B.S.	Natural	Science,	Pre-Physical/Occupational	Therapy	
                                                                                                                    emphasis
   Majors and




                      • University of California, Berkeley
                        B.A.	Integrative	Biology                                                               • Mills College
                        B.A.	Molecular	&	Cell	Biology                                                            Biology
                        B.A.	Microbial	Biology                                                                   Biochemistry/Molecular	Biology
                        B.S.	Molecular	Environmental	Biology                                                     Biopsychology
                      • University of California, Davis                                                        • Mount Saint Mary’s College
                        A.B.	Biological	Sciences                                                                 Biological	Sciences	with	emphasis	in	Pre-Physical	Therapy
                        B.S.	Biological	Sciences
                        A.B.	Microbiology                                                                        Additional	general	education	requirements	are	listed	in	the	
                        B.S.	Microbiology                                                                   Academics	section	of	this	catalog,	as	well	as	online	(go	to	www.
                                                                                                            smc.edu/articulation).
                      • University of California, Irvine
                        Biological	Sciences
                        Applied	Ecology
                      • University of California, Los Angeles
                                                                                                            Broadcasting
                        B.S.	Biology
                                                                                                                 This	program	teaches	students	the	methods	and	techniques	
                      • University of California, Riverside                                                 by	which	radio	and	television	news	programs	are	produced	and	
                        Biology	and	Biological	Sciences	majors                                              delivered	and	prepares	students	to	be	professional	broadcasters.	
                                                                                                            Included	is	instruction	in	the	principles	of	broadcast	technol-
                      • University of California, San Diego
                                                                                                            ogy;	 program	 design	 and	 production;	 broadcast	 editing;	 and	
                        B.S.	General	Biology                                                                on-	and	off-camera	procedures	and	techniques.	Careers	in	the	
                      • University of California, Santa Barbara                                             field	include	broadcast	technician,	disc	jockey,	movie-TV	cam-
                        B.A./B.S.	Biology                                                                   era	 operator,	 radio	 producer,	 TV-radio	 station	 manager,	 and	
                        B.S.	BioChemistry                                                                   video	jockey.
                        B.S.	BioChemistry	–	Molecular	Biology                                                    This	major	may	also	lead	to	many	other	careers.	For	addi-
                        B.S.	Aquatic	Biology                                                                tional	 possibilities,	 explore	 the	 computerized	 career	 informa-
                        B.S.	Ecology	and	Evolution                                                          tion	systems	and	other	valuable	career	resources	at	the	Career	
                        B.S.	Microbiology                                                                   Services	Center	on	SMC’s	main	campus.	
                        B.S.	Pharmacology
                        B.S.	Physiology                                                                          Students	planning	to	transfer	to	a	four-year	college	should	
                        B.S.	Zoology                                                                        complete	the	lower-division	major	requirements	and	the	gen-
                                                                                                            eral	education	pattern	for	the	appropriate	transfer	college.
                      • University of California, Santa Cruz
                        Biology,	B.A.                                                                       TRANSFER
                        Biology,	B.S.
                                                                                                                  Students	planning	to	transfer	to	a	four-year	college	should	
                      • California State University, Long Beach                                             complete	the	lower-division	major	requirements	and	the	gen-
                        B.S.	Biology                                                                        eral	 education	 pattern	 for	 the	 appropriate	 transfer	 institution.	
                                         Major requirements for transfer change frequently. Please access ASSIST at www.assist.org for the most up-to-date requirements.
                                                   For the most up-to-date AA and Certificate of Achievement requirements, visit www.smc.edu/articulation.
                                                                              SANTA MONICA COLLEGE CATALOG 2011-2012                                   63


Santa	 Monica	 College	 has	 articulation	 agreements	 for	 this	                             Broadcasting	9,	Broadcast	Workshop	(3,3)
major	 with	 the	 following	 UC,	 CSU,	 and	 private	 institutions.	                          Broadcasting	20,	Introduction	to	Writing	&	Producing	
Exact	 major	 requirements	 for	 these	 and	 other	 UC	 and	 CSU	                                Short-form	Media	(3)
campuses	 can	 be	 found	 online	 at	 www.assist.org.	 Articulation	                          Broadcasting	21,	Short-form	Visual	Media	Production	(3)
agreements	 with	 private	 institutions	 can	 be	 found	 online	 at	                          Broadcasting	46,	Television	Production	(3)
www.smc.edu/articulation.                                                                     Broadcasting	48,	Television	Workshop	(3)
    • California State University, Los Angeles                                                Broadcasting	90A,	Internship	(1)
      B.A.	Radio	and	Television	Broadcasting	                                                 Broadcasting	90B,	Internship	(2)
      Broadcast	Journalism	option                                                             Broadcasting	90C,	Internship	(3)
      Animation	option                                                                        Communication	2,	Reading	Media:	Acquiring	Media	
                                                                                                 Literacy	Skills	(3)
    • California State University, Northridge
      B.A.	Cinema	and	Television	Arts	                                                       Additional	general	education	requirements	are	listed	in	the	
      Radio	Production	option                                                           Academics	section	of	this	catalog,	as	well	as	online	(go	to	www.
    Santa	Monica	College	has	articulation	agreements	for	this	                          smc.edu/articulation).
major	 (see	 www.smc.edu/articulation	 for	 exact	 requirements)	
with	the	following	private	and	out-of-state	institutions:                               Option 2: Broadcast Sales and Management (21 units)
                                                                                            Required Courses: (18 units)
    • University of Southern California (USC)
                                                                                            Broadcasting	1,	Introduction	to	Broadcasting	(3)
	     	    The	Annenberg	School	of	Journalism	offers	Bachelor	
                                                                                            Broadcasting	2,	Broadcast	Programming	&	Management	
      of	Arts	degrees	in	Print	Journalism,	Broadcast	Journalism,	
                                                                                               (3)
      and	Public	Relations.




                                                                                                                                                              Areas of Emphasis
                                                                                            Broadcasting	3A,	Broadcast	Announcing	&	Production	(3)
ASSOCIATE DEGREE – 60 UNITS                                                                 Broadcasting	8,	Broadcast	Advertising	(3)




                                                                                                                                                                 Majors and
                                                                                            Business	23,	Principles	of	Selling	(3)
      The	 Associate	 degree	 in	 Broadcasting	 involves	 satisfac-
                                                                                            Communication	1,	Survey	of	Mass	Media	
tory	completion	of	a	minimum	of	60	semester	units	with	a	C	
average	 or	 higher,	 including	 at	 least	 20	 semester	 units	 in	 the	                      Communications	(3)
Broadcasting	 Programming	 and	 Production	 area	 of	 empha-                            	     The following courses are highly recommended; students must
sis	 (articulated	 below),	 fulfillment	 of	 the	 Global	 Citizenship	                        select at least three units from the following list:
requirement,	and	fulfillment	of	all	Santa	Monica	College	gen-                                 Broadcasting	20,	Introduction	to	Writing	&	Producing	
eral	education	requirements,	CSU	GE,	or	IGETC.                                                    Short-form	Media	(3)
     Catalog	rights	dictate	that	a	student	may	satisfy	the	require-                           Broadcasting	21,	Short-form	Visual	Media	Production	(3)
ments	for	a	degree	or	certificate	by	satisfactorily	completing	the	                           Broadcasting	90A,	Internship	(formerly	BRDCST	10S)	(1)
general	education	and	major/area	of	emphasis	requirements	in	                                 Broadcasting	90B,	Internship	(formerly	BRDCST	10)	
effect	at	any	time	during	the	student’s	continuous	enrollment.	                                   (2,2,2)
Continuous	enrollment	is	defined	as	enrollment	in	consecutive	                                Business	1,	Introduction	to	Business	(3)
Fall	and	Spring	semesters	until	program	completion.                                           Business	24,	Creative	Selling	(3)
   At least 50% of the area of emphasis (major) units                                         Business	27,	Introduction	to	E-Commerce	(3)
must be completed at Santa Monica College.                                                    Business	63,	Principles	of	Entrepreneurship	(3)
                                                                                              Communication	2,	Reading	Media:	Acquiring	Media	
     Each	course	in	the	area	of	emphasis	(major)	must	be	com-                                     Literacy	Skills	(3)
pleted	with	a	grade	of	C	or	higher.
                                                                                              Students	 completing	 the	 Associate	 degree	 major	 require-
Option 1: Broadcast Programming and Production (20                                      ments	in	either	Option	1	or	2	must	select	additional	units	from	
units)                                                                                  this	recommended	list	to	acquire	total	required	units.
    Required Courses: (15 units)                                                              Broadcasting	46,	Television	Production	(3)
    Broadcasting	1,	Introduction	to	Broadcasting	(3)                                          Broadcasting	48,	Television	Workshop	(3)
    Broadcasting	2,	Broadcast	Programming	and	Management	                                     Communication	2,	Reading	Media:	Acquiring	Media	
       (3)                                                                                       Literacy	Skills	(3)
    Broadcasting	3A,	Broadcast	Announcing	&	Production	(3)                                    Humanities	88,	Independent	Study	and	Projects	(1-2)
    Broadcasting	4A,	Newswriting	and	Newscasting	(3)
                                                                                              Journalism	1,	The	News	(3)
    Communication	1,	Survey	of	Mass	Media	
                                                                                              Journalism	2,	Newswriting	and	Reporting	(3)
       Communications	(3)
                                                                                              Journalism	43,	Public	Relations	and	Publicity	(3)
      The following courses are highly recommended; students must                             Speech	2,	Persuasion	(3)
      select at least five units from the following list:                                     Theatre	Arts	24,	Stage	Sound	(1,1)
      Broadcasting	4B,	Advanced	Broadcast	Newswriting	and	                                    Theatre	Arts	41,	Acting	I	(3,3,3,3)
          Newscasting	(3,3)                                                                   Theatre	Arts	42,	Acting	II	(3,3,3,3)
      Broadcasting	5A,	Sportscasting	Fall	Sports	(3)
      Broadcasting	5B,	Sportscasting	Spring	Sports	(3,3)                                     Additional	 general	 education	 requirements	 are	 listed	 in	
      Broadcasting	5C,	Sportscasting	Summer	Sports	(3,3)                                the	Academics	section	of	this	catalog,	as	well	as	online	(go	to	  	
      Broadcasting	8,	Broadcast	Advertising	(3)                                         www.smc.edu/articulation).
                     Major requirements for transfer change frequently. Please access ASSIST at www.assist.org for the most up-to-date requirements.
                               For the most up-to-date AA and Certificate of Achievement requirements, visit www.smc.edu/articulation.
                      64       SANTA MONICA COLLEGE CATALOG 2011-2012


                    CERTIFICATES OF ACHIEVEMENT                                                                • University of California, Santa Cruz
                                                                                                                 B.S.	Information	Systems	Management
                         Catalog	rights	dictate	that	a	student	may	satisfy	the	require-
                    ments	for	a	degree	or	certificate	by	satisfactorily	completing	the	                        • California State University, Channel Islands
                    general	education	and	major/area	of	emphasis	requirements	in	                                B.A.	Business	Administration
                    effect	at	any	time	during	the	student’s	continuous	enrollment.	                            • California State University, Dominguez Hills
                    Continuous	enrollment	is	defined	as	enrollment	in	consecutive	                               B.A.	Business	Administration
                    Fall	and	Spring	semesters	until	program	completion.                                          Information	Systems	concentration
                        At least 50% of the required units for a Certificate of                                  International	Business	option
                    Achievement must be completed at Santa Monica College.                                       Global	Logistics	and	Supply	Chain	Management	
                                                                                                                    Concentration/International	Logistics	and	Systems	
                         Students	must	receive	a	grade	of	C	or	higher	in	each	course	                               track
                    to	successfully	complete	a	Certificate	of	Achievement.                                       Other	concentrations	offered:	Accounting;	
                                                                                                                    Entrepreneurship;	Finance;	Information	Systems	
                    Option 1: Broadcast Programming and Production (20
                                                                                                                    Security;	Management;	Human	Resources;	Marketing;	
                    units)
                                                                                                                    Sports,	Entertainment	and	Hospitality.
                         A	 Certificate	 of	 Achievement	 is	 granted	 upon	 comple-
                    tion	 of	 the	 20	 required	 units	 listed	 under	 the	 Broadcast	                         • California State University, East Bay
                    Programming	and	Production	Associate	degree.                                                 B.S.	Business	Administration
                                                                                                                 Online	degree	completion	program.	Please	note	that	this	
                    Option 2: Broadcast Sales and Management (21 units)                                             program	is	provided	through	Continuing	Education.	
                          A	Certificate	of	Achievement	is	granted	upon	completion	                                  See	www.ce.csueastbay.edu/degree/bsba/index.shtml for	
Areas of Emphasis




                    of	 the	 21	 required	 units	 listed	 under	 the	 Broadcast	 Sales	 and	                        details.
                    Management	Associate	degree.
   Majors and




                                                                                                               • California State University, Fullerton
                                                                                                                 B.A.	Business	Administration	and	Economics
                    Business                                                                                   • California State University, Long Beach
                                                                                                                 B.A.	Business	Administration
                         Business	 Managers	 coordinate	 business	 activities	 in	 both	                         Options	in:	Accountancy,	Finance,	Human	Resources	
                    private	 industry	 and	 public	 agencies.	 They	 are	 responsible	 for	                         Management,	International	Business
                    operations,	 maintenance,	 purchasing,	 planning,	 organizing,	
                                                                                                               • California State University, Los Angeles
                    budgeting,	and	directing	the	work	of	the	employees.	Business	
                                                                                                                 B.A.	Business	Administration
                    executives	are	the	higher-level	management	staff,	directing	the	
                                                                                                                 B.S.	Computer	Information	Systems
                    activities	 of	 the	 firm.	 They	 develop	 and	 administer	 policies	
                    to	 maximize	 profits.	 They	 also	 direct	 financial	 programs	 and	                      • California State University, Northridge
                    develop	policies	aimed	at	maintaining	good	relations	with	the	                               B.S.	Business	Administration/B.S.	Finance/B.S.	
                    public,	stockholders,	employees,	and	customers.                                                 Management
                                                                                                                 B.S.	Information	Systems
                          This	major	may	also	lead	to	many	other	careers.	For	addi-
                                                                                                                 B.S.	Marketing
                    tional	possibilities,	visit	the	Career	Services	Center	on	campus	
                                                                                                                 Information	Technology	option
                    to	 utilize	 computerized	 career	 information	 systems	 and	 other	                         Business	Systems	option
                    valuable	career	resources.                                                                   Options available in Business Administration: Business	Law,	
                                                                                                                    Financial	Services,	Human	Resource	Management,	
                    TRANSFER                                                                                        Real	Estate,	Supply	Chain	Management;	Systems	and	
                          Students	planning	to	transfer	to	a	four-year	college	should	                              Operations	Management.
                    complete	the	lower-division	major	requirements	and	the	gen-                                • California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
                    eral	 education	 pattern	 for	 the	 appropriate	 transfer	 institution.	                     B.A.	Business	Administration:	Accounting
                    Santa	 Monica	 College	 has	 articulation	 agreements	 for	 this	                            B.S.	Business	Administration:	Computer	Information	
                    major	with	the	following	UC,	CSU,	private,	and	international	                                   Systems
                    institutions.	 Exact	 major	 requirements	 for	 these	 and	 other	                           B.S.	Business	Administration:	Finance,	Real	Estate	and	
                    UC	and	CSU	campuses	can	be	found	online	at	www.assist.org.	                                     Law
                    Articulation	agreements	with	private	institutions	can	be	found	                              B.S.	Business	Administration:	International	Business
                    online	at	www.smc.edu/articulation.                                                          B.S.	Business	Administration:	Management	and	Human	
                      • University of California, Berkeley                                                          Resources
                        B.A.	Business	Administration,	Haas	School	of	Business                                    B.S.	Business	Administration:	Marketing	Management
                                                                                                                 B.S.	Business	Administration:	Technology	and	Operations	
                      • University of California, Irvine                                                            Management
                        B.A.	Business	Administration	(effective Fall 2010)                                       B.S.	Business	Administration:	E-Business
                        B.A.	Business	Information	Management
                                                                                                               • California State University, San Bernardino
                      • University of California, Riverside                                                      B.A.	Business	Administration
                        B.A.	Business	Administration                                                             B.A.	Information	Management
                                         Major requirements for transfer change frequently. Please access ASSIST at www.assist.org for the most up-to-date requirements.
                                                   For the most up-to-date AA and Certificate of Achievement requirements, visit www.smc.edu/articulation.
                                                                            SANTA MONICA COLLEGE CATALOG 2011-2012                                    65


    B.A.	Management	Science                                                              • Mount Saint Mary’s College
    B.S.	Computer	Information	Systems                                                      B.S.	Business	Administration
    B.S.	Information	Management
                                                                                         • National University
    B.S.	International	Business
                                                                                           B.B.A.	Business	Administration
    B.S.	Management	Science
                                                                                           B.S.	Accountancy
  • California Polytechnic State University, San Luis                                      B.S.	Information	Systems
    Obispo                                                                                 B.S.	Computer	Science
    B.S.	Business	Administration
                                                                                         • Pepperdine University – The Graziadio School of
    Information	Systems	concentration
                                                                                           Business and Management
  • San Diego State University                                                             B.S.	in	Management
    B.A.	Business	Administration
                                                                                         • Regis University – Online Bachelors Degree Program
  • San Francisco State University                                                         B.S.	Computer	Networking
    B.A.	Business	Administration                                                           B.S.	Computer	Science
    Other	concentrations	offered:	Accounting;	Corporate	
                                                                                         • Saint Mary’s College of California
       Finance;	Decision	Sciences;	Electronic	Commerce	
                                                                                           B.S.	Accounting
       Systems;	Entrepreneurial/Small	Business	Management;	
                                                                                           B.S.	Business	Administration
       Financial	Services;	Information	Systems;	International	
       Business;	Management;	and	Marketing.                                              • University of Phoenix
                                                                                           B.S./B.A.	Business	Administration
    Santa	Monica	College	has	articulation	agreements	for	this	
major	 (see	 www.smc.edu/articulation	 for	 exact	 requirements)	                        • University of Southern California (USC) – School of




                                                                                                                                                               Areas of Emphasis
with	the	following	private	and	out-of-state	institutions:                                  Business
                                                                                           B.S.	Business	Administration




                                                                                                                                                                  Majors and
  • Academy of Art University, San Francisco
    B.F.A.	Advertising
                                                                                      ASSOCIATE DEGREE – 60 UNITS
  • Alliant International University
                                                                                           The	 Associate	 degree	 in	 Business	 involves	 satisfactory	
    B.S.	Business	Administration;	International	Business	
                                                                                      completion	of	a	minimum	of	60	semester	units	with	a	C	aver-
       Administration;	                                                               age	or	higher,	including	at	least	25	semester	units	in	either	the	
    Hotel	and	Restaurant	Management                                                   Business	Administration,	or	31	semester	units	in	the	Insurance	
  • Berkeley College, NYC                                                             Professional,	 or	 24	 semester	 units	 in	 the	 Logistics/Supply	
    B.S.	Business	Administration,	emphasis	in	Management,	                            Chain	Management,	or	27	semester	units	in	the	Management/
       Marketing,	International	Business,	General	Business                            Leadership,	 or	 24	 semester	 units	 in	 the	 Merchandising	 area	
                                                                                      of	 emphasis	 (articulated	 below),	 fulfillment	 of	 the	 Global	
  • John Cabot University, Rome, ITALY                                                Citizenship	 requirement,	 and	 fulfillment	 of	 all	 Santa	 Monica	
    Business	Administration	(validated	by	University	of	                              College	general	education	requirements,	CSU	GE,	or	IGETC.
       Wales)
    Marketing	(validated	by	University	of	Wales)                                          General	 education	 and	 graduation	 requirements	 for	 the	
    This	university	is	US	regionally	accredited.	See	www.                             Associate	 degree	 from	 Santa	 Monica	 College	 are	 listed	 in	 the	
       smc.edu/articulation for	general	education	admission	                          Academics	section	of	this	catalog.
       requirements.                                                                       Catalog	rights	dictate	that	a	student	may	satisfy	the	require-
  • Kaplan University                                                                 ments	for	a	degree	or	certificate	by	satisfactorily	completing	the	
    B.S.	Business                                                                     general	education	and	major/area	of	emphasis	requirements	in	
    B.S.	Business/Marketing                                                           effect	at	any	time	during	the	student’s	continuous	enrollment.	
    B.S.	Information	Technology                                                       Continuous	enrollment	is	defined	as	enrollment	in	consecutive	
    B.S.	Information	Technology	–	Web	Multimedia	and	                                 Fall	and	Spring	semesters	until	program	completion.
       Animation                                                                         At least 50% of the area of emphasis (major) units
  • Loyola Marymount University                                                       must be completed at Santa Monica College.
    B.S.	Accounting                                                                        Each	course	in	the	area	of	emphasis	(major)	must	be	com-
    B.S.	Business	Administration,	emphasis	in	                                        pleted	with	a	grade	of	C	or	higher.
       Entrepreneurship,	Finance,	Management,	Marketing
    Other	concentrations	offered:	Business	Law;	                                      Business Administration (25 units minimum)
       Entrepreneurship;	Finance;	Computer	Information	
                                                                                          Program Learning Outcomes: Upon	 completion	 of	 a	
       Systems/Operations	Management;	International	
                                                                                      degree	 in	 Business	 Administration,	 students	 will	 demonstrate	
       Business;	Management;	Marketing;	and	Travel	&	
                                                                                      coherent	 and	 comprehensive	 analyses	 of	 business	 issues,	 and	
       Tourism.
                                                                                      identify	 and	 resolve	 ethical	 dilemmas	 in	 the	 domestic	 and	
  • Middlesex University, London, ENGLAND                                             global	business	environment.
    B.S.	Business	Administration
                                                                                            Required Core Courses:
  • Mount Ida College                                                                       Accounting	1,	Principles	of	Accounting	(5)	and	
    B.S.	Business	Administration                                                            Accounting	2,	Principles	of	Accounting	2	(5)
                   Major requirements for transfer change frequently. Please access ASSIST at www.assist.org for the most up-to-date requirements.
                             For the most up-to-date AA and Certificate of Achievement requirements, visit www.smc.edu/articulation.
                      66         SANTA MONICA COLLEGE CATALOG 2011-2012


                           Business	1,	Introduction	to	Business	(3)                                                Business	5,	Business	Law	(3)
                           Business	5,	Business	Law	(3)                                                            Business	45,	Individual	Financial	Planning	(3)	(same as
                           Economics	1,	Principles	of	Microeconomics	(3)                                              Accounting 45)
                           Economics	2,	Principles	of	Macroeconomics	(3)                                           Business	50,	Introduction	to	International	Business	(3)
                           Math	2,	Precalculus	(5)	or	Math	28, Calculus	1	for	                                     Business	51,	Intercultural	Communication	(3)	or	Speech	
                              Business	and	Social	Science	(5)	or	Math	7,	Calculus	1	                                  7,	Intercultural	Communication	(3)
                              (5)	or	[Math	52,	Elementary	Statistics	(3)]	or	Math	54,	                             Business	52,	International	Marketing	(3)
                              Elementary	Statistics	(4)                                                            Business	53,	Importing	and	Exporting	(3)
                           Recommended Courses:                                                                    CIS	1,	Computer	Concepts	with	Applications	(3)	or	CIS	
                           Business	20,	Principles	of	Marketing	(3)                                                   4,	Introduction	to	Computers,	Business	Applications	
                           Business	32,	Business	Communications	(3)                                                   (3)	[The CIS course is strongly recommended for students
                           Business	45,	Individual	Financial	Planning	(3)	(same as                                    with few or no computer skills.]
                              Accounting 45)                                                                 Management/Leadership (27 units)
                           Business	62,	Human	Relations	and	Ethical	Issues	in	
                              Business	(3)                                                                        Program Learning Outcomes: Upon	completion	of	the	
                           Business	65,	Management	Principles	(3)                                            program	 in	 Business	 Management/Leadership,	 students	 will	
                           CS	3,	Introduction	to	Computer	Systems	(3)                                        demonstrate	coherent	and	comprehensive	analyses	of	business	
                           CIS	1,	Computer	Concepts	with	Applications	(3)	or	CIS	                            issues,	 identify	 and	 resolve	 ethical	 dilemmas	 in	 the	 domestic	
                              4,	Introduction	to	Computers,	Business	Applications	                           and	global	business	environment,	and	apply	managerial	skills	
                              (3)                                                                            in	 planning,	 organizing,	 directing,	 and	 controlling	 business	
                                                                                                             enterprises	in	the	domestic	and	global	environments.
                           [	]	Course in brackets no longer offered.
Areas of Emphasis




                                                                                                                   Required Core Courses: (12 units)
                        General	 education	 and	 graduation	 requirements	 for	 the	                               Business	1,	Introduction	to	Business	(3)
   Majors and




                    Associate	 degree	 from	 Santa	 Monica	 College	 are	 listed	 in	 the	                         Business	5,	Business	Law	(3)
                    Academics	section	of	this	catalog.
                                                                                                                   Business	32,	Business	Communications	(3)
                    Insurance Professional (31 units)                                                              Business	65,	Management	Principles	(3)

                           Required Courses:                                                                       Concentration Courses: (12-14 units)
                           Accounting	1,	Principles	of	Accounting	(5)                                              Accounting	1,	Principles	of	Accounting	(5)	or	Accounting	
                           Business	1,	Introduction	to	Business	(3)                                                   21,	Business	Bookkeeping	(3)
                           Business	5,	Business	Law	(3)                                                            Business	20,	Principles	of	Marketing	(3)
                           Business	15,	Introduction	to	Insurance	with	Code	&	                                     Business	51,	Intercultural	Communication	(3)	or	Speech	
                              Ethics	(2)                                                                              7,	Intercultural	Communication	(3)
                           Business	16,	Personal	Insurance	(3)                                                     Business	62,	Human	Relations	&	Ethical	Issues	in	
                           Business	17,	Property	&	Liability	Insurance	(3)                                            Business	(3)
                           Business	18,	Commercial	Insurance	(3)                                                   Select one additional course from the following: (3 units)
                           Business	32,	Business	Communications	(3)                                                Business	45,	Individual	Financial	Planning	(3)	(same as
                           CIS	4,	Introduction	to	Computers,	Business	Applications	                                   Accounting 45)
                              (3)                                                                                  Business	50,	Introduction	to	International	Business	(3)
                           CIS	30,	Microsoft	Excel	(3)	or	Accounting	31A,	Excel	for	                               Business	80,	Principles	of	Logistics	(3)
                              Accounting	(3)                                                                       Business	83,	Operations	Management	(3)
                           Recommended Courses:                                                                    CIS	1,	Computer	Concepts	with	Applications	(3)	or	CIS	
                           Accounting	31B,	Advanced	Excel	for	Accounting	(3)                                          4,	Introduction	to	Computers,	Business	Applications	
                           Business	20,	Principles	of	Marketing	(3)                                                   (3)	[The CIS course is strongly recommended for students
                           Business	23,	Principles	of	Selling	(3)                                                     with few or no computer skills.]
                           Business	24,	Creative	Selling	(3)                                                 Merchandising (24 units)
                           Business	90,	Insurance	Internship	(1)
                                                                                                                  Program Learning Outcomes: Upon	completion	of	the	
                    Logistics/Supply Chain Management (24 units)                                             program	in	Merchandising,	students	will	demonstrate	coherent	
                           Required Core Courses: (9 units)                                                  and	 comprehensive	 analyses	 of	 business	 issues,	 identify	 and	
                           Business	1,	Introduction	to	Business	(3)                                          resolve	ethical	dilemmas	in	the	domestic	and	global	business	
                           Business	32,	Business	Communications	(3)                                          environment,	and	develop	a	merchandising	plan	that	incorpo-
                           Business	80,	Principles	of	Logistics	(3)                                          rates	color	theory,	design	principles	and	consumer	focal	points	
                                                                                                             integrated	with	advertising	and	sales	techniques.
                           Concentration Courses: (9 units)
                           Business	81,	Transportation	Management	(3)                                              Required Core Courses: (12 units)
                           Business	82,	Supply	Chain	Management	(3)                                                Business	1,	Introduction	to	Business	(3)
                           Business	83,	Operations	Management	(3)                                                  Business	20,	Principles	of	Marketing	(3)
                                                                                                                   Business	21,	Merchandising	Principles	(3)
                           Select two additional courses from the following: (6 units)
                                                                                                                   Business	32,	Business	Communications	(3)
                           Accounting	1,	Principles	of	Accounting	(5)	or	Accounting	
                              21,	Business	Bookkeeping	(3)                                                         Concentration Courses: (9 units)
                                          Major requirements for transfer change frequently. Please access ASSIST at www.assist.org for the most up-to-date requirements.
                                                    For the most up-to-date AA and Certificate of Achievement requirements, visit www.smc.edu/articulation.
                                                                             SANTA MONICA COLLEGE CATALOG 2011-2012                                    67


     Business	22,	Introduction	to	Advertising	(3)                                            Business	27,	Introduction	to	E-Commerce	(3)
     Business	23,	Principles	of	Selling	(3)                                                  Business	45,	Individual	Financial	Planning	(3)	(same as
     Business	25,	Advertising	Display	(3)                                                       Accounting 45)
     Select one additional course from the following: (3 units)                              Business	50,	Introduction	to	International	Business	(3)
     Business	5,	Business	Law	(3)                                                            Business	53,	Importing	and	Exporting	(3)
     Business	26,	Marketing	Research	and	Consumer	Behavior	                                  Business	62,	Human	Relations	&	Ethical	Issues	in	
        (3)                                                                                     Business	(3)
     Business	27,	Introduction	to	E-Commerce	(3)                                             Business	80,	Principles	of	Logistics	(3)
     Business	28,	Marketing	Promotion	(3)                                                    CIS	1,	Computer	Concepts	with	Applications	(3)	or	CIS	
     Business	45,	Individual	Financial	Planning	(3)	(same as                                    4,	Introduction	to	Computers,	Business	Applications	
        Accounting 45)                                                                          (3)	[The CIS course is strongly recommended for students
     Business	62,	Human	Relation	and	Ethical	Issues	in	                                         with few or no computer skills.]
        Business	(3)                                                                   Insurance Professional (31 units)
     CIS	1,	Computer	Concepts	with	Applications	(3)	or	CIS	
        4,	Introduction	to	Computers,	Business	Applications	                               A	 Certificate	 of	 Achievement	 in	 Insurance	 Professional	 is	
        (3)	[The CIS course is strongly recommended for students                       granted	upon	completion	of	31	required	units	listed	under	the	
        with few or no computer skills.]                                               Insurance	Professional	Associate	degree.
                                                                                       Insurance Specialist (12 units)
CERTIFICATES OF ACHIEVEMENT
                                                                                             Required Courses:
     Catalog	rights	dictate	that	a	student	may	satisfy	the	require-                          Business	15,	Introduction	to	Insurance	with	Code	&	
ments	for	a	degree	or	certificate	by	satisfactorily	completing	the	




                                                                                                                                                                Areas of Emphasis
                                                                                                Ethics	(2)
general	education	and	major/area	of	emphasis	requirements	in	
                                                                                             Business	16,	Personal	Insurance	(3)




                                                                                                                                                                   Majors and
effect	at	any	time	during	the	student’s	continuous	enrollment.	
                                                                                             Business	17,	Property	&	Liability	Insurance	(3)
Continuous	enrollment	is	defined	as	enrollment	in	consecutive	
                                                                                             Business	18,	Commercial	Insurance	(3)
Fall	and	Spring	semesters	until	program	completion.
                                                                                             Business	90A,	Insurance	Internship	(1)
    At least 50% of the required units for a Certificate of
                                                                                             Recommended Courses:
Achievement must be completed at Santa Monica College.
                                                                                             Business	1,	Introduction	to	Business	(3)
     Students	must	receive	a	grade	of	C	or	higher	in	each	course	                            CIS	4,	Introduction	to	Computers,	Business	Applications	
to	successfully	complete	a	Certificate	of	Achievement.                                          (3)
     Except	 for	 Insurance	 Specialist,	 each	 Certificate	                           International Business (24 units)
of	 Achievement	 requires	 two	 types	 of	 courses:	 Core	 and	
Concentration.                                                                                Program Learning Outcomes: Upon	completion	of	the	
                                                                                       program	 in	 International	 Business,	 students	 will	 demonstrate	
    Except	for	Insurance	Specialist,	there	are	three	or	four	Core	                     coherent	and	comprehensive	analyses	of	business	issues,	iden-
courses	 in	 all	 Business	 Certificate	 of	 Achievement	 Programs.	                   tify	 and	 resolve	 ethical	 dilemmas	 in	 the	 domestic	 and	 global	
These	 courses	 are	 required	 for	 all	 students,	 and	 should	 be	
                                                                                       business	environment,	and	apply	business	principles	to	inter-
completed	 before	 taking	 Concentration	 courses.	 In	 the	 Core	
                                                                                       national	trade	issues	in	the	context	of	global	citizenship.
sequence,	 Business	 1	 should	 be	 taken	 and	 completed	 before	
enrolling	in	other	Core	courses.                                                             Required Core Courses: (9 units)
                                                                                             Business	1,	Introduction	to	Business	(3)
Entrepreneurship (24 units)
                                                                                             Business	32,	Business	Communications	(3)
     Program Learning Outcomes: Upon	completion	of	the	                                      Business	50,	International	Trade	(3)
program	in	Entrepreneurship,	students	will	demonstrate	coher-
                                                                                             Concentration Courses: (9 units)
ent	and	comprehensive	analyses	of	business	issues,	identify	and	
                                                                                             Business	51,	Intercultural	Communication	(3)	or	Speech	
resolve	ethical	dilemmas	in	the	domestic	and	global	business	
environment,	and	produce	a	thorough	written	business	plan.                                     7,	Intercultural	Communication	(3)
                                                                                             Business	52,	International	Marketing	(3)
     Required Core Courses: (12-14 units)                                                    Business	53,	Importing	and	Exporting	(3)
     Accounting	1,	Principles	of	Accounting	(5)	or	Accounting	
        21,	Business	Bookkeeping	(3)                                                         Select two additional courses from the following:
     Business	1,	Introduction	to	Business	(3)                                                Accounting	1,	Principles	of	Accounting	(3)	or	Accounting	
     Business	32,	Business	Communications	(3)                                                   21,	Business	Bookkeeping	(3)
     Business	63,	Principles	of	Entrepreneurship	(3)                                         Business	5,	Business	Law	(3)
                                                                                             Business	11,	Introduction	to	the	Hospitality	Industry	(3)
     Concentration Courses: (9 units)                                                        Business	27,	Introduction	to	E-Commerce	(3)
     Business	5,	Business	Law	(3)                                                            Business	45,	Individual	Financial	Planning	(3)	(same as
     Business	20,	Principles	of	Marketing	(3)
                                                                                                Accounting 45)
     Business	65,	Management	Principles	(3)
                                                                                             Business	62,	Human	Relations	&	Ethical	Issues	in	
     Select one additional course from the following: (3 units)                                 Business	(3)
     Business	23,	Principles	of	Selling	(3)                                                  Business	80,	Principles	of	Logistics	(3)
                    Major requirements for transfer change frequently. Please access ASSIST at www.assist.org for the most up-to-date requirements.
                              For the most up-to-date AA and Certificate of Achievement requirements, visit www.smc.edu/articulation.
                      68         SANTA MONICA COLLEGE CATALOG 2011-2012


                           CIS	1,	Computer	Concepts	with	Applications	(3)	or	CIS	                           Automotive Technician – Introductory (9 units)
                              4,	Introduction	to	Computers,	Business	Applications	
                                                                                                                 Santa	 Monica	 College	 offers	 a	 9-unit	 program	 to	 quickly	
                              (3)	[The CIS course is strongly recommended for students
                                                                                                            prepare	 students	 for	 careers	 in	 the	 automotive	 maintenance	
                              with few or no computer skills.]
                                                                                                            field.	 Students	 who	 complete	 this	 certificate	 may	 seek	 imme-
                    Logistics/Supply Chain Management (24 units)                                            diate	 employment	 in	 the	 automotive	 industry,	 or	 they	 may	
                          A	 Certificate	 of	 Achievement	 in	 Logistics/Supply	 Chain	                     elect	to	transfer	their	courses	directly	into	NATEF-certified	pro-
                    Management	is	granted	upon	completion	of	24	required	units	                             grams	at	other	colleges,	such	as	Cerritos	College	or	Rio	Hondo	
                    listed	under	the	Logistics/Supply	Chain	Management	Associate	                           College.
                    degree.
                                                                                                               Students	must	petition	the	Business	department	to	obtain	a	
                    Management/Leadership (27 units)                                                        Department	Certificate	in	Introductory	Automotive	Technician.
                        A	Certificate	of	Achievement	in	Management/Leadership	is	
                    granted	upon	completion	of	27	required	units	listed	under	the	                                Required Courses: (9 units)
                    Management/Leadership	Associate	degree.                                                       AUTO	40,	Automotive	Maintenance	and	Operations	(3)
                                                                                                                  AUTO	45,	Automotive	Braking	Systems	(3)
                    Marketing (24 units)                                                                          AUTO	46,	Automotive	Electrical	Systems	(3)	
                           Required Core Courses: (9 units)                                                       Recommended Course:
                           Business	1,	Introduction	to	Business	(3)                                               AUTO	50,	Emerging	and	Alternative	Automotive	
                           Business	20,	Principles	of	Marketing	(3)                                                  Technology	(3)
                           Business	32,	Business	Communications	(3)
                                                                                                            Business Entrepreneurship (12 units)
                           Concentration Courses: (9 units)
Areas of Emphasis




                           Business	26,	Marketing	Research	and	Consumer	Behavior	                                 Required Courses:
                             (3)                                                                                  Accounting	1,	Principles	of	Accounting	(5)	or	Accounting	
   Majors and




                           Business	28,	Marketing	Promotion	(3)                                                      21,	Business	Bookkeeping	(3)
                           Business	52,	International	Marketing	(3)                                               Business	5,	Business	Law	(3)	or	Business	32,	Business	
                                                                                                                     Communications	(3)
                           Select two additional courses from the following: (6 units)                            Business	63,	Principles	of	Entrepreneurship	(3)
                           Accounting	1,	Principles	of	Accounting	(5)	or	Accounting	                              and
                              21,	Business	Bookkeeping	(3)
                           Business	5,	Business	Law	(3)                                                           Select one additional course from the following:
                           Business	22,	Introduction	to	Advertising	(3)                                           Accounting	35,	QuickBooks	(3)	(same as CIS 35)
                           Business	23,	Principles	of	Selling	(3)                                                 Business	1,	Introduction	to	Business	(3)
                           Business	25,	Advertising	Display	(3)                                                   Business	27,	Introduction	to	E-Commerce	(3)
                           Business	27,	Introduction	to	E-Commerce	(3)                                            Business	50,	Introduction	to	International	Business	(3)
                           Business	28,	Marketing	Promotion	(3)                                                   Business	65,	Management	Principles	(3)
                           Business	45,	Individual	Financial	Planning	(3)	(same as                                Business	80,	Principles	of	Logistics	(3)
                              Accounting 45)                                                                Business International (12 units)
                           Business	62,	Human	Relations	and	Ethical	Issues	in	
                              Business	(3)                                                                        Required Courses:
                           CIS	1,	Computer	Concepts	with	Applications	(3)	or	CIS	                                 Business	50,	Introduction	to	International	Business	(3)
                              4,	Introduction	to	Computers,	Business	Applications	                                Business	52,	International	Marketing	(3)
                              (3)	[The CIS course is strongly recommended for students                            Business	53,	Importing	and	Exporting	(3)
                              with few or no computer skills.]                                                    and
                                                                                                                  Select one additional course from the following:
                    Merchandising (24 units)
                         A	 Certificate	 of	 Achievement	 in	 Merchandising	 is	 grant-                           Business	1,	Introduction	to	Business	(3)
                    ed	 upon	 completion	 of	 24	 required	 units	 listed	 under	 the	                            Business	32,	Business	Communications	(3)
                    Merchandising	Associate	degree.                                                               Business	54,	International	Management	(3)
                                                                                                                  Business	80,	Principles	of	Logistics	(3)
                    DEPARTMENT CERTIFICATES
                                                                                                            Business Logistics (12 units)
                         Catalog	rights	dictate	that	a	student	may	satisfy	the	require-
                                                                                                                  Required Courses:
                    ments	for	a	degree	or	certificate	by	satisfactorily	completing	the	
                                                                                                                  Business	80,	Principles	of	Logistics	(3)
                    general	education	and	major/area	of	emphasis	requirements	in	
                                                                                                                  Business	81,	Transportation	Management	(3)
                    effect	at	any	time	during	the	student’s	continuous	enrollment.	
                                                                                                                  Business	82,	Supply	Chain	Management	(3)
                    Continuous	enrollment	is	defined	as	enrollment	in	consecutive	
                                                                                                                  Business	83,	Operations	Management	(3)
                    Fall	and	Spring	semesters	until	program	completion.
                                                                                                                  Recommended Courses:
                        At least 50% of the required units for a Department
                                                                                                                  Business	1,	Introduction	to	Business	(3)
                    Certificate must be completed at Santa Monica College.
                                                                                                                  Business	51,	Intercultural	Communication	(3)
                         Students	must	receive	a	grade	of	C	or	higher	in	each	course	                             Business	52,	International	Marketing	(3)
                    to	successfully	complete	a	Department	Certificate.                                            Business	53,	Importing	and	Exporting	(3)
                                         Major requirements for transfer change frequently. Please access ASSIST at www.assist.org for the most up-to-date requirements.
                                                   For the most up-to-date AA and Certificate of Achievement requirements, visit www.smc.edu/articulation.
                                                                             SANTA MONICA COLLEGE CATALOG 2011-2012                                      69


Business Management (12 units)                                                               This	major	may	also	lead	to	many	other	careers.	For	addi-
     Required Courses:                                                                 tional	possibilities,	visit	the	Career	Services	Center	on	campus	
     Business	1,	Introduction	to	Business	(3)                                          to	 utilize	 computerized	 career	 information	 systems	 and	 other	
     Business	20,	Principles	of	Marketing	(3)                                          valuable	career	resources.
     Business	32,	Business	Communications	(3)
     Business	65,	Management	Principles	(3)                                            TRANSFER
     Recommended Courses:                                                                    Students	planning	to	transfer	to	a	four-year	college	should	
     Accounting	1,	Principles	of	Accounting	(5)                                        complete	the	lower-division	major	requirements	and	the	gen-
     Business	5,	Business	Law	(3)                                                      eral	 education	 pattern	 for	 the	 appropriate	 transfer	 institution.	
     Business	51,	Intercultural	Communication*	(3)
                                                                                       Santa	 Monica	 College	 has	 articulation	 agreements	 for	 this	
     Business	54,	International	Management	(3)
                                                                                       major	 with	 the	 following	 UC,	 CSU,	 and	 private	 institutions.	
     Business	62,	Human	Relations	&	Ethical	Issues	in	
        Business	(3)                                                                   Exact	 major	 requirements	 for	 these	 and	 other	 UC	 and	 CSU	
     Business	76,	Human	Resource	Management	(3)                                        campuses	 can	 be	 found	 online	 at	 www.assist.org.	 Articulation	
                                                                                       agreements	 with	 private	 institutions	 can	 be	 found	 online	 at	
Business Marketing (12 units)
                                                                                       www.smc.edu/articulation.
     Required Courses:
     Business	1,	Introduction	to	Business	(3)                                             • University of California, Berkeley
     Business	20,	Principles	of	Marketing	(3)                                               B.A./B.S.	Chemistry
     Business	26,	Marketing	Research	and	Consumer	Behavior	                                 B.S.	Chemistry




                                                                                                                                                                  Areas of Emphasis
        (3)
                                                                                          • University of California, Davis
     Select one additional course from the following:                                       A.B.	Chemistry




                                                                                                                                                                     Majors and
     Business	22,	Introduction	to	Advertising	(3)                                           B.S.	Chemistry
     Business	23,	Principles	of	Selling	(3)
     Business	28,	Marketing	Promotion (3)                                                 • University of California, Irvine
     Business	52,	International	Marketing	(3)                                               B.S.	Chemistry
Business Merchandising (12 units)                                                         • University of California, Los Angeles
     Required Courses:                                                                      B.S.	Chemistry
     Business	20,	Principles	of	Marketing	(3)
                                                                                          • University of California, Riverside
     Business	21,	Merchandising	Principles	(3)
                                                                                            B.A.	Chemistry
     Business	25,	Advertising	Display	(3)
                                                                                            B.S.	Chemistry
     Select one additional course from the following:                                       B.S.	Biochemistry
     Business	1,	Introduction	to	Business	(3)
     Business	22,	Introduction	to	Advertising	(3)                                         • University of California, San Diego
     Business	23,	Principles	of	Selling	(3)                                                 B.S.	Chemistry
Salon Business (11 units)                                                                 • University of California, Santa Barbara
     Required Courses:                                                                      B.S.	Biochemistry
     Accounting	21,	Business	Bookkeeping	(3)                                                B.A.	Chemistry
     Business	1,	Introduction	to	Business	(3)	or	Business	                                  B.S.	Chemistry
        20,	Principles	of	Marketing	(3)	or	Business	65,	
        Management	Principles	(3)                                                         • California State University, Northridge
     CIS	4,	Introduction	to	Computers,	Business	Applications	                               B.A.	Chemistry
        (3)                                                                                 B.S.	Biochemistry
     Cosmetology	64,	Salon	Management	(2)                                                   B.S.	Chemistry

                                                                                           Santa	Monica	College	has	articulation	agreements	for	this	

Chemistry
                                                                                       major	 (see	 www.smc.edu/articulation	 for	 exact	 requirements)	
                                                                                       with	the	following	private	and	out-of-state	institutions:

      Chemists	study	the	properties	of	matter	and	make	qualita-                           • Loyola Marymount University
tive	and	quantitative	analysis	of	many	substances.	They	conduct	                            B.S.	Chemistry
a	 variety	 of	 experiments	 and	 tests	 in	 laboratories	 to	 develop	                     B.S.	Biochemistry
new	knowledge	or	maintain	control	over	the	quality	of	existing	

                                                                                       Cinema
products	and	procedures.	Chemists	may	work	in	research	and	
development,	or	production	and	quality	control	in	the	chemi-
cal	 manufacturing	 industry,	 and	 in	 education	 or	 government	
institutions.                                                                          See Film Studies
                    Major requirements for transfer change frequently. Please access ASSIST at www.assist.org for the most up-to-date requirements.
                              For the most up-to-date AA and Certificate of Achievement requirements, visit www.smc.edu/articulation.
                      70       SANTA MONICA COLLEGE CATALOG 2011-2012




                    Communication
                                                                                                               • University of Southern California (USC)
                                                                                                                 B.A.	Communication	Studies

                          Communication	 majors	 will	 learn	 the	 dynamics	 of	 com-
                    munication	between	individuals,	groups	and	cultures	and	their	
                    application	 to	 the	 media.	 Communication	 integrates	 courses	                       Computer Information
                    in	 interpersonal,	 intercultural,	 organizational	 and	 mass	 com-
                    munication	 and	 public	 relations.	 There	 is	 a	 wide	 range	 of	                     Systems
                    employment	possibilities	for	students	trained	in	the	theory	of	
                    communication	 in	 business,	 sales,	 public	 and	 personnel	 rela-                          Computer	Information	Systems	managers	oversee	a	variety	
                    tions,	and	advertising.	Students	can	prepare	for	careers	in	media	                      of	 administrative,	 clerical,	 and	 accounting	 functions	 neces-
                    news	writing	and	editing,	announcing,	programming,	publicity,	                          sary	 to	 efficiently	 run	 and	 maintain	 computerized	 business	
                    community	relations,	directing	and	public	relations.                                    systems.	 Office	 workers	 use	 a	 variety	 of	 software	 to	 produce	
                                                                                                            correspondence,	maintain	databases,	manage	projects,	organize	
                          This	major	may	also	lead	to	many	other	careers.	For	addi-                         meetings,	 manage	 financial	 records,	 and	 create	 presentations.	
                    tional	possibilities,	visit	the	Career	Services	Center	on	campus	                       Students	focusing	on	Web	applications	attain	the	skills	to	pro-
                    to	 utilize	 computerized	 career	 information	 systems	 and	 other	                    fessionally	design,	develop,	and	manage	websites.
                    valuable	career	resources.
                                                                                                                  This	major	may	also	lead	to	many	other	careers.	For	addi-
                    TRANSFER                                                                                tional	possibilities,	visit	the	Career	Services	Center	on	campus	
                          Students	planning	to	transfer	to	a	four-year	college	should	                      to	 utilize	 computerized	 career	 information	 systems	 and	 other	
                    complete	the	lower-division	major	requirements	and	the	gen-                             valuable	career	resources.
Areas of Emphasis




                    eral	 education	 pattern	 for	 the	 appropriate	 transfer	 institution.	
                                                                                                            TRANSFER
   Majors and




                    Santa	 Monica	 College	 has	 articulation	 agreements	 for	 this	
                    major	with	the	following	UC,	CSU,	private,	and	international	                               Transfer	 requirements	 for	 CIS	 can	 be	 found	 on	 the	
                    institutions.	 Exact	 major	 requirements	 for	 these	 and	 other	                      Business	 major	 sheet	 available	 in	 the	 Transfer/Counseling	
                    UC	and	CSU	campuses	can	be	found	online	at	www.assist.org.	                             Center	or	online	at	www.smc.edu/articulation.
                    Articulation	agreements	with	private	institutions	can	be	found	
                    online	at	www.smc.edu/articulation.                                                     ASSOCIATE DEGREE – 60 UNITS
                      • University of California, Berkeley                                                       The	 Associate	 degree	 in	 Computer	 Information	 Systems	
                        B.A.	Mass	Communication                                                             (CIS)	 involves	 satisfactory	 completion	 of	 a	 minimum	 of	 60	
                      • University of California, Davis                                                     semester	 units	 with	 a	 C	 average	 or	 higher,	 including	 at	 least	
                        A.B.	Communication                                                                  27	semester	units	in	the	Computer	Business	Applications	area	
                                                                                                            of	 emphasis	 (articulated	 below),	 fulfillment	 of	 the	 Global	
                      • University of California, Los Angeles                                               Citizenship	 requirement,	 and	 fulfillment	 of	 all	 Santa	 Monica	
                        B.A.	Communication	Studies                                                          College	general	education	requirements,	CSU	GE,	or	IGETC.
                      • California State University, Fullerton                                                   Catalog	rights	dictate	that	a	student	may	satisfy	the	require-
                        B.A.	Communications                                                                 ments	for	a	degree	or	certificate	by	satisfactorily	completing	the	
                      • California State University, Long Beach                                             general	education	and	major/area	of	emphasis	requirements	in	
                        B.A.	Communication	Studies                                                          effect	at	any	time	during	the	student’s	continuous	enrollment.	
                                                                                                            Continuous	enrollment	is	defined	as	enrollment	in	consecutive	
                      • California State University, Los Angeles                                            Fall	and	Spring	semesters	until	program	completion.
                        B.A.	Communication
                                                                                                               At least 50% of the area of emphasis (major) units
                      • San Diego State University                                                          must be completed at Santa Monica College.
                        General	Communication
                        Emphasis	in	Advertising	or	Emphasis	in	Public	Relations                                  Each	course	in	the	area	of	emphasis	(major)	must	be	com-
                                                                                                            pleted	with	a	grade	of	C	or	higher.
                        Santa	Monica	College	has	articulation	agreements	for	this	
                    major	 (see	 www.smc.edu/articulation	 for	 exact	 requirements)	                       Computer Business Applications (27 units)
                    with	the	following	private	and	out-of-state	institutions:                                     The	 Computer	 Business	 Applications	 certificate	 is	 a	
                                                                                                            sequence	of	courses	designed	to	prepare	students	for	a	variety	
                      • Alliant International University
                                                                                                            of	 positions	 in	 today’s	 automated	 office.	 Using	 the	 Microsoft	
                        B.A.	Communication/Marketing/Public	Relations
                                                                                                            Office	 Suite	 students	 learn	 to	 create,	 edit,	 format,	 and	 pub-
                      • John Cabot University, Rome, ITALY                                                  lish	 documents,	 spreadsheets,	 presentations,	 and	 databases.	
                        Communications                                                                      Students	also	develop	skills	necessary	to	handle	basic	account-
                        This	university	is	US	regionally	accredited.	See	www.                               ing	and	bookkeeping	procedures	for	small	businesses.
                           smc.edu/articulation for	general	education	admission	
                                                                                                                 Program Learning Outcomes: Upon	completion	of	the	
                           requirements.
                                                                                                            program	 in	 Computer	 Business	 Applications,	 students	 will	 be	
                      • Loyola Marymount University                                                         able	to	analyze	different	type	of	business	information,	use	the	
                        B.A.	Communication	Studies                                                          Internet	 to	 support	 findings,	 and	 use	 software	 applications	 to	
                                         Major requirements for transfer change frequently. Please access ASSIST at www.assist.org for the most up-to-date requirements.
                                                   For the most up-to-date AA and Certificate of Achievement requirements, visit www.smc.edu/articulation.
                                                                              SANTA MONICA COLLEGE CATALOG 2011-2012                                   71


produce	 various	 business	 reports	 and	 presentations	 used	 in	                      CERTIFICATES OF ACHIEVEMENT
industry.
                                                                                             Catalog	rights	dictate	that	a	student	may	satisfy	the	require-
     Required courses:                                                                  ments	for	a	degree	or	certificate	by	satisfactorily	completing	the	
     ACCTG	1,	Accounting	1	(5)	or	ACCTG	21,	Business	                                   general	education	and	major/area	of	emphasis	requirements	in	
        Bookkeeping	(3)                                                                 effect	at	any	time	during	the	student’s	continuous	enrollment.	
     BUS	1,	Introduction	to	Business	(3)                                                Continuous	enrollment	is	defined	as	enrollment	in	consecutive	
     CIS	1,	Computer	Concepts	with	Applications	(3)                                     Fall	and	Spring	semesters	until	program	completion.
     CIS	4,	Introduction	to	Computers	with	Business	                                        At least 50% of the required units for a Certificate of
        Applications	(3)                                                                Achievement must be completed at Santa Monica College.
     CIS	32,	Microsoft	Access	(3)
     CIS	35,	QuickBooks	(3)                                                                  Students	must	receive	a	grade	of	C	or	higher	in	each	course	
                                                                                        to	successfully	complete	a	Certificate	of	Achievement.
     Select 6 units from the following courses:
     CIS	9A,	Technology	Project	Management	I	(3)                                             PLEASE	 NOTE:	 These	 Certificates	 of	 Achievement	 may	
     CIS	34,	Advanced	Excel	with	Visual	Basic	for	Applications	                         be	 expanded	 into	 Associate	 degrees	 by	 completing	 a	 total	 of	
        (3)                                                                             60	units	that	include	the	general	education	requirements	and	
     CIS	37A,	Microsoft	Word	I	(3)                                                      recommended	courses	from	the	certificate	areas.
     CIS	39,	Microsoft	Outlook–Comprehensive	Course	(3)                                 Computer Business Applications (27 units)
     CIS	50,	Internet,	HTML,	and	Web	Design	(3)                                              A	 Certificate	 of	 Achievement	 is	 granted	 in	 Computer	
     OFTECH	1,	Keyboarding	1	(3)	or	OFTECH	10,	Skill	                                   Business	 Applications	 upon	 completion	 of	 the	 27	 required	
        Building	on	the	Keyboard	(3)                                                    units	 listed	 under	 Computer	 Business	 Application	 Associate	




                                                                                                                                                                Areas of Emphasis
     OFTECH	5,	English	Skills	for	the	Office	(3)                                        degree.




                                                                                                                                                                   Majors and
Website Software Specialist (37 units)                                                  Web Software Specialist (37 units required)
     A	 Website	 Software	 Specialist	 designs,	 develops,	 and	                            A	Certificate	of	Achievement	is	granted	in	Website	Software	
manages	 websites	 with	 the	 skills	 needed	 to	 be	 successful	 in	                   Specialist	 upon	 completion	 of	 the	 37	 required	 units	 listed	
today’s	 job	 market.	 A	 Website	 Software	 Specialist	 needs	 to	                     under	Website	Software	Specialist	Associate	degree.
be	 knowledgeable	 in	 variety	 of	 Internet	 technologies	 (HTML,	
CSS,	JavaScript,	and	server-side	scripting	such	as	ASP	or	Perl),	                       DEPARTMENT CERTIFICATES
as	 well	 as	 Web	 authoring	 applications	 such	 as	 Dreamweaver,	                          Catalog	rights	dictate	that	a	student	may	satisfy	the	require-
Fireworks,	 Flash,	 and	 Photoshop.	 They	 are	 primarily	 respon-                      ments	for	a	degree	or	certificate	by	satisfactorily	completing	the	
sible	 for	 developing	 user	 friendly	 and	 interactive	 Web	 pages,	                  general	education	and	major/area	of	emphasis	requirements	in	
integrating	and	optimizing	different	multimedia	components,	                            effect	at	any	time	during	the	student’s	continuous	enrollment.	
and	 implementing	 hosting,	 publishing,	 and	 development	                             Continuous	enrollment	is	defined	as	enrollment	in	consecutive	
workflow	strategies.                                                                    Fall	and	Spring	semesters	until	program	completion.
      Program Learning Outcomes: Students	 who	 complete	                                   At least 50% of the required units for a Department
this	 program	 will	 learn	 a	 variety	 of	 Internet	 technologies	 and	                Certificate must be completed at Santa Monica College.
web-authoring	 tools	 for	 website	 development	 and	 mainte-
nance.	Students	will	gain	the	necessary	knowledge	and	skills	for	                            Students	must	receive	a	grade	of	C	or	higher	in	each	course	
                                                                                        to	successfully	complete	a	Department	Certificate.
designing,	developing,	and	managing	websites.
     Required Core Courses: (18 units)                                                  Desktop Publishing (17 units)
     CIS	1,	Computer	Concepts	with	Applications	(3)                                           Using	 computer	 software,	 such	 as	 Adobe	 Photoshop,	
     CIS	50,	Internet,	HTML,	and	Web	Design	(3)                                         Adobe	InDesign,	and	Microsoft	Word,	desktop	publishing	spe-
     CIS	51,	XHTML	CSS	and	Accessibility	(3)                                            cialists	format	and	combine	text,	numerical	data,	photographs,	
     CIS	54,	Web	Page	Development	and	Scripting	(3)                                     charts,	drawings,	and	other	visual	graphic	elements	to	produce	
     CIS	59A,	Dreamweaver	I	(3)                                                         publication-ready	 material.	 Depending	 on	 the	 nature	 of	 the	
     CIS	60A,	Photoshop	I	(3)                                                           project,	desktop	publishing	specialists	may	also	write	and	edit	
                                                                                        text,	 create	 graphics	 to	 accompany	 text,	 convert	 photographs	
     Required Concentration Courses: (13 units)                                         and	 drawings	 into	 digital	 graphics,	 manipulate	 the	 converted	
     CIS	56,	Web	Media	Production	(3)                                                   images,	and	design	page	layouts.
     CIS	57,	Website	Planning	and	Production	(3)
     CIS	59B,	Dreamweaver	II	(3)                                                              Required Courses: (16 units)
                                                                                              CIS	36P,	Microsoft	PowerPoint	(1)
     CIS	62A,	Flash	I	(3)
                                                                                              CIS	37A,	Microsoft	Word	I	(3)
     CIS	88A,	Independent	Study	(1)
                                                                                              CIS	40,	InDesign	(3)
     Select two of the following courses to total 37 units: (6 units)                         CIS	60A,	Photoshop	I	(3)
     CIS	55,	Advanced	Web	Page	Development	&	Scripting	(3)                                    CIS	64,	Illustrator	(3)
     CIS	62B,	Flash	II	(3)                                                                    OFTECH	5,	English	Skills	for	the	Office	(3)	and	OFTECH	
     CIS	66,	Flex	(3)                                                                            5C,	Proofreading	(1)
                     Major requirements for transfer change frequently. Please access ASSIST at www.assist.org for the most up-to-date requirements.
                               For the most up-to-date AA and Certificate of Achievement requirements, visit www.smc.edu/articulation.
                      72         SANTA MONICA COLLEGE CATALOG 2011-2012


                    Website Creator (15 units)                                                               theory	 courses	 such	 as	 Computer	 Hardware,	 Data	 Structures,	
                          This	 certificate	 provides	 students	 with	 the	 basic	 skills	                   and	 Networks,	 as	 well	 as	 programming	 in	 different	 computer	
                    needed	to	create	websites.	Students	will	use	Web	authoring	pro-                          languages.	 Thereafter,	 within	 the	 field,	 areas	 of	 specialty	 lead	
                    grams	for	Web	page	creation	and	site	management.	They	will	                              into	careers	including	software	development,	project	manage-
                    extend	their	skills	in	the	development	of	websites	through	the	                          ment,	 system	 analysis,	 and	 maintenance	 among	 other	 areas.	
                    use	of	XHTML,	cascading	style	sheets,	and	client	and	server-side	                        With	the	Internet	being	an	integral	part	of	everyday	life,	Web	
                    scripting.	Focus	will	be	on	the	creation	of	effective	user	inter-                        page	 authoring	 and	 Web	 application	 development	 have	 been	
                    faces	 and	 website	 design	 principles	 using	 various	 state-of-the-                   other	areas	of	high	demand	in	the	job	market.
                    art	technologies	for	the	Web.	Upon	completing	this	certificate,	
                    students	 will	 be	 ready	 to	 plan,	 build,	 promote,	 and	 maintain	                         This	major	may	also	lead	to	many	other	careers.	For	addi-
                    professional	websites.                                                                   tional	possibilities,	visit	the	Career	Services	Center	on	campus	
                                                                                                             to	 utilize	 computerized	 career	 information	 systems	 and	 other	
                           Required Courses: (15 units)                                                      valuable	career	resources.
                           CIS	50,	Internet,	HTML,	and	Web	Design	(3)
                           CIS	51,	XHTML	CSS	and	Accessibility	(3)                                           TRANSFER
                           CIS	54,	Web	Page	Development	and	Scripting	(3)
                           CIS	59A,	Dreamweaver	I	(3)                                                              Students	planning	to	transfer	to	a	four-year	college	should	
                           CIS	60A,	Photoshop	I	(3)                                                          complete	the	lower-division	major	requirements	and	the	gen-
                                                                                                             eral	 education	 pattern	 for	 the	 appropriate	 transfer	 institution.	
                    Website Development Management (16 units)                                                Santa	 Monica	 College	 has	 articulation	 agreements	 for	 this	
                         A	 certificate	 in	 Website	 Development	 Management	 aims	                         major	 with	 the	 following	 UC,	 CSU,	 and	 private	 institutions.	
                    to	 provide	 Computer	 Information	 Systems	 students	 with	 the	                        Exact	 major	 requirements	 for	 these	 and	 other	 UC	 and	 CSU	
                    knowledge	needed	to	develop	website	projects	in	a	real-world	
Areas of Emphasis




                                                                                                             campuses	 can	 be	 found	 online	 at	 www.assist.org.	 Articulation	
                    setting.	Students	learn	how	to	develop	websites	while	applying	                          agreements	 with	 private	 institutions	 can	 be	 found	 online	 at	
   Majors and




                    the	skills	needed	to	plan	and	budget	resources	in	development	
                                                                                                             www.smc.edu/articulation.
                    projects	from	conceptual	design	to	deployment.
                           Required Courses: (16 units)                                                      COMPUTER SCIENCE
                           CIS	9A/CS	9A,	Technology	Project	Management	I	(3)                                    • University of California, Berkeley
                           CIS	9B/CS	9B,	Technology	Project	Management	II	(3)                                     B.A.	Computer	Science
                           CIS	56,	Web	Media	Production	(3)
                           CIS	57,	Website	Planning	and	Production	(3)                                          • University of California, Davis
                           CIS	62A,	Flash	I	(3)                                                                   B.S.	Computer	Science
                           CIS	88A,	Independent	Study	(1)
                                                                                                                • University of California, Irvine
                    Word Processing (15 units)                                                                    B.S.	Information	and	Computer	Science
                         This	 certificate	 prepares	 students	 for	 both	 entry-level	 and	                    • University of California, Los Angeles
                    advanced	 word	 processing	 positions	 in	 a	 variety	 of	 office	 set-                       B.S.	Computer	Science
                    tings.	It	also	serves	as	a	foundation	for	specialization	in	fields	
                    such	as	legal	transcription	and	desktop	publishing.	The	Word	                               • University of California, Riverside
                    Processing	 Certificate	 includes	 courses	 in	 rapid	 and	 accurate	                         B.S.	Computer	Science
                    keyboarding,	document	editing	and	formatting,	advanced	word	
                                                                                                                • University of California, San Diego
                    processing	techniques,	English	skills	for	the	office,	and	an	over-
                                                                                                                  B.A.	Computer	Science
                    view	of	the	Microsoft	Office	Suite.
                                                                                                                  B.S.	Computer	Science
                           Required courses: (12 units)                                                           B.S.	Computer	Engineering	(see Engineering)
                           CIS	4,	Introduction	to	Computers	with	Business	                                        B.S.	Computer	Game	Design
                              Applications	(3)
                           CIS	37A,	Microsoft	Word	I	(3)                                                        • University of California, Santa Barbara
                           CIS	37B,	Microsoft	Word	II	(3)                                                         B.A.	Computer	Science
                           OFTECH	5,	English	Skills	for	the	Office	(3)                                            B.S.	Computer	Science	(offered	through	School	of	
                           Select 3 units from the following keyboarding courses:                                    Engineering)
                           OFTECH	1,	Keyboarding	1	(3)                                                            Computational	Biology	emphasis
                           OFTECH	1A,	Keyboarding	1A	(1)                                                          Computational	Geography	emphasis
                           OFTECH	1B,	Keyboarding	1B	(1)                                                        • University of California, Santa Cruz
                           OFTECH	1C,	Keyboarding	1C	(1)                                                          B.A.	Computer	Science
                           OFTECH	9,	Keyboarding	Improvement	(1,1,1)                                              B.S.	Computer	Game	Design
                           OFTECH	10,	Skill	Building	on	the	Keyboard	(3)                                          B.S.	Computer	Science
                                                                                                                  B.S.	Information	Systems	Management	(Baskin	School	of	

                    Computer Science                                                                                 Engineering)
                                                                                                                • California Polytechnic State University, San Luis
                         The	field	of	computer	science	leads	to	a	variety	of	careers	                             Obispo
                    that	all	require	core	computer	science	skills.	These	skills	include	                          B.S.	Computer	Science
                                          Major requirements for transfer change frequently. Please access ASSIST at www.assist.org for the most up-to-date requirements.
                                                    For the most up-to-date AA and Certificate of Achievement requirements, visit www.smc.edu/articulation.
                                                                             SANTA MONICA COLLEGE CATALOG 2011-2012                                    73


  • California State University, Channel Islands                                       well	equipped	to	work	in	the	field	of	computer	science	as	well	
    B.S.	Information	Technology                                                        as	transfer	to	a	four-year	degree	program	in	this	area.
  • California State University, Dominguez Hills                                            Program Learning Outcomes: Upon	completion	of	this	
    B.S.	Computer	Science                                                              course	 of	 study	 in	 Computer	 Science,	 students	 will	 manage	
                                                                                       projects,	analyze	systems,	develop	software,	and	program	in	a	
  • California State University, Northridge
                                                                                       variety	of	computer	languages;	author	Web	pages	and	develop	
    B.S.	Computer	Science
                                                                                       Web	 applications;	 utilize	 networks	 and	 computer	 hardware;	
    Santa	Monica	College	has	articulation	agreements	for	this	                         and	create	and	manipulate	data	structures	and	databases.
major	 (see	 www.smc.edu/articulation	 for	 exact	 requirements)	
                                                                                             Required Core Courses: (28 units)
with	the	following	private	and	out-of-state	institutions:
                                                                                             CS	3,	Introduction	to	Computer	Systems	(3)
  • Kaplan University                                                                        CS	17,	Assembly	Language	Programming	(3)
    B.S.	Information	Technology                                                              CS	40,	Operating	Systems	(3)
    B.S.	Information	Technology/Web	Multimedia	and	                                          CS	42,	Computer	Architecture	(3)
       Animation                                                                             CS	50,	C	Programming	(3)
                                                                                             CS	60,	Database	Concepts	and	Applications	(3)
  • Loyola Marymount University, College of Science &
                                                                                             Math	7,	Calculus	1	(5)
    Engineering
                                                                                             Math	8,	Calculus	2	(5)
    B.S.	Computer	Science
                                                                                             Required Concentration Courses; select one of the following
  • National University
                                                                                             groups:
    B.S.	Computer	Science
                                                                                             GROUP	1:	CS	52,	C++	Programming	(3)	and	CS	20A,	




                                                                                                                                                                Areas of Emphasis
  • Regis University – Online Bachelor’s Degree Program                                         Data	Structures	with	C++	(3)
    B.S.	Computer	Networking                                                                 GROUP	2:	CS	55,	Java	Programming	(3)	and	CS	20B,	




                                                                                                                                                                   Majors and
    B.S.	Computer	Science                                                                       Data	Structure	with	Java	(3)
    Can	be	completed	online.	For	more	information,	see	
       www.smc.edu/articulation.                                                       Computer Programming (27-29 units)
                                                                                            A	 computer	 programmer	 is	 a	 professional	 who	 is	 skilled	
  • University of Phoenix                                                              in	 writing	 medium	 to	 large-scale	 computer	 applications.	 This	
    B.S./B.A.	Computer	Science                                                         requires	 the	 knowledge	 and	 practice	 of	 a	 multitude	 of	 areas	
                                                                                       in	 Computer	 Science.	 This	 certificate	 focuses	 on	 learning	 and	
ASSOCIATE DEGREE – 60 UNITS                                                            using	 advanced	 programming	 techniques	 to	 build	 software	
      The	 Associate	 degree	 in	 Computer	 Science	 involves	 satis-                  applications.	In	addition,	it	covers	core	computer	science	con-
factory	 completion	 of	 a	 minimum	 of	 60	 semester	 units	 with	                    cepts	such	as	Operating	Systems	and	Database	Theory.
a	 C	 average	 or	 higher,	 including	 at	 least	 34	 semester	 units	                       Program Learning Outcomes: Upon	 completion	 of	
in	 the	 Computer	 Science,	 or	 27-29	 units	 in	 the	 Computer	                      this	course	of	study	in	Computer	Programming,	students	will	
Programming,	 or	 33	 units	 in	 the	 Database	 Applications	                          design,	 code,	 test,	 and	 debug	 computer	 programs.	 They	 will	
Developer,	or	30	units	in	the	Web	Programmer	area	of	empha-                            understand	and	use	the	Internet	and	World	Wide	Web,	applica-
sis	 (articulated	 below),	 fulfillment	 of	 the	 Global	 Citizenship	                 tion	software,	the	components	of	the	system	unit,	input,	out-
requirement,	and	fulfillment	of	all	Santa	Monica	College	gen-                          put,	 storage,	operating	systems	and	utility	 programs,	 commu-
eral	education	requirements,	CSU	GE,	or	IGETC.                                         nications	 and	 networks,	 database	 management,	 information	
     Catalog	rights	dictate	that	a	student	may	satisfy	the	require-                    systems	development,	and	project	management.	They	will	also	
ments	for	a	degree	or	certificate	by	satisfactorily	completing	the	                    explain	 the	 social	 implications	 of	 technological	 development,	
general	education	and	major/area	of	emphasis	requirements	in	                          and	understand	the	capabilities	of	current	day	computers	and	
effect	at	any	time	during	the	student’s	continuous	enrollment.	                        the	possibilities	for	the	future.
Continuous	enrollment	is	defined	as	enrollment	in	consecutive	                               Required Core Courses: (17 units)
Fall	and	Spring	semesters	until	program	completion.                                          CS	3,	Introduction	to	Computer	Systems	(3)
   At least 50% of the area of emphasis (major) units                                        CS	40,	Operating	Systems	(3)	or	CS	80,	Internet	
must be completed at Santa Monica College.                                                      Programming	(3)
                                                                                             CS	50,	C	Programming	(3)
     Each	course	in	the	area	of	emphasis	(major)	must	be	com-                                CS	60,	Database	Concepts	and	Applications	(3)
pleted	with	a	grade	of	C	or	higher.                                                          Math	20,	Intermediate	Algebra	(5)	(or	higher	level	cours-
                                                                                                es)
Computer Science (34 units)
      Computer	Science	majors	cover	a	broad	spectrum	of	cours-                               Required concentration courses; select two of the following
es	 ranging	 from	 core	 computer	 science	 to	 a	 variety	 of	 branch	                      groups:
fields	 of	 computer	 science.	 This	 major	 provides	 the	 student	                         GROUP	1:	CS	15,	Visual	Basic	Programming	(3)	and	CS	
with	the	basic	skills	required	of	core	computer	science.	Courses	                               19,	Advanced	Visual	Basic	Programming	(3)
include	 programming	 in	 low-level	 and	 essential	 languages,	                             GROUP	2:	CS	81,	JavaScript	and	Dynamic	HTML	(3)	
Database	Theory,	Operating	Systems	Fundamentals,	Computer	                                      and	(CS	82,	ASP.NET	Programming	in	C#	(3)	or	
Hardware	and	Data	Structures.	Students	finishing	this	major	are	                                CS	83,	Server-Side	Java	Web	Programming	(3)	or	
                    Major requirements for transfer change frequently. Please access ASSIST at www.assist.org for the most up-to-date requirements.
                              For the most up-to-date AA and Certificate of Achievement requirements, visit www.smc.edu/articulation.
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                             CS	84,	Programming	with	XML	(3)	or	CS	85,	PHP	                                 programmers	are	instrumental	in	making	electronic	commerce	
                             Programming	(3))	                                                              on	the	Internet	possible.
                           GROUP	3:	CS	65,	Oracle	Programming	(3)	and	CS	66,	
                                                                                                                 Program Learning Outcomes: Upon	completion	of	this	
                             Advanced	Oracle	(3)
                                                                                                            course	of	study	in	Web	Programmer,	students	will	design	and	
                           GROUP	4:	CS	52,	C++	Programming	(3)	and	(CS	
                                                                                                            develop	applications	and	scripts	for	the	World	Wide	Web,	and	
                             51,	Visual	C++	Programming	(3)	or	CS	20A,	Data	
                                                                                                            provide	 the	 programming	 which	 makes	 Web	 pages	 interac-
                             Structures	with	C++	(3))
                                                                                                            tive	or	allows	users	to	interact	with	back-end	applications	and	
                           GROUP	5:	CS	55,	Java	Programming	(3)	and	(CS	56,	
                                                                                                            databases.
                             Advanced	Java	Programming	(3)	or	CS	20B,	Data	
                             Structures	with	Java	(3))                                                            Required Courses: (18 units)
                                                                                                                  CS	3,	Introduction	to	Computer	Systems	(3)
                    Database Applications Developer (33 units)                                                    CS	60,	Database	Concepts	and	Applications	(3)
                          A	Database	Applications	Developer	develops	user-friendly	                               CS	70,	Networking	Theory	and	Essentials	(3)
                    interfaces	 to	 database	 applications.	 A	 database	 application	                            CS	80,	Internet	Programming	(3)
                    is	 made	 of	 data,	 a	 database	 engine	 to	 store	 the	 data,	 and	 an	                     CS	81,	JavaScript	and	Dynamic	HTML	(3)
                    interface	 to	 extract	 and	 display	 the	 data.	 The	 skills	 needed	 to	                    CS	84,	Programming	with	XML	(3)	or	CS	86,	Android	
                    build	 a	 database	 application	 range	 from	 database	 theory	 and	                             Development	(3)
                    design,	using	a	database	engine	such	as	SQL	server,	or	Oracle,	
                    to	 programming	 in	 ADO	 technologies	 to	 extract	 the	 data,	 as	                          Select one of the following two groups: (6 units)
                    well	 as	 programming	 in	 Windows	 and	 Web	 applications	 on	                               CS	15,	Visual	Basic	Programming	(3)	and	CS	19,	
                    a	 client	 and	 server-side	 basis	 to	 present	 the	 data.	 In	 addition,	                      Advanced	Visual	Basic	Programming	(3)	or	
                    with	 increasing	 concerns	 over	 security,	 a	 database	 developer	                          CS	55,	Java	Programming	(3)	and	CS	56,	Advanced	Java	
Areas of Emphasis




                    must	also	be	able	to	write	secure	code	that	runs	with	minimum	                                   Programming	(3)
   Majors and




                    risk	of	attacks.                                                                              Select one of the following courses: (3 units)
                          Program Learning Outcomes: Upon	completion	of	this	                                     CS	32,	Database	Programming	in	VB	.NET	(3)	or	CS	61,	
                    course	 of	 study	 in	 Database	 Applications	 Developer,	 students	                             Microsoft	SQL	Server	Database	(3)	or	
                    will	 develop	 user-friendly	 interfaces	 based	 on	 Windows	 and	                               CS	65,	Oracle	Programming	(3)
                    the	Web	to	extract	data	stored	in	databases;	incorporate	differ-                              Select one of the following courses: (3 units)
                    ent	 security	 techniques	 to	 ensure	 the	 safe	 display	 and	 update	                       CS	37,	Web	Programming	in	VB	.NET	(3)	or	CS	82,	ASP.
                    of	 data;	 interface	 databases	 to	 the	 Internet;	 and	 install	 and	                          NET	Programming	in	C#	(3)	or	
                    administer	 database	 management	 systems.	 In	 addition,	 stu-                                  CS	83,	Server	Side	Java	Web	Programming	(3)	or	CS	
                    dents	will	design,	build,	and	populate	databases	with	data,	and	                                 85,	PHP	Programming	(3)
                    use	programming	languages	and	graphical	interfaces	to	retrieve	
                    and	manipulate	data.                                                                    CERTIFICATES OF ACHIEVEMENT
                           Required Courses: (27 units)                                                          Catalog	rights	dictate	that	a	student	may	satisfy	the	require-
                           CS	3,	Introduction	to	Computer	Systems	(3)                                       ments	for	a	degree	or	certificate	by	satisfactorily	completing	the	
                           CS	9A,	Technology	Project	Management	I	(3)                                       general	education	and	major/area	of	emphasis	requirements	in	
                           CS	15,	Visual	Basic	Programming	(3)                                              effect	at	any	time	during	the	student’s	continuous	enrollment.	
                           CS	19,	Visual	Basic	Advanced	Programming	(3)                                     Continuous	enrollment	is	defined	as	enrollment	in	consecutive	
                           CS	32,	Database	Programming	in	VB.NET	(3)                                        Fall	and	Spring	semesters	until	program	completion.
                           CS	37,	Web	Programming	in	VB.NET	(3)
                           CS	60,	Database	Concepts	and	Applications	(3)                                        At least 50% of the required units for a Certificate of
                           CS	61,	Microsoft	SQL	Server	Database	(3)                                         Achievement must be completed at Santa Monica College.
                           CS	65,	Oracle	Programming	(3)                                                         Students	must	receive	a	grade	of	C	or	higher	in	each	course	
                           Select two of the following courses:                                             to	successfully	complete	a	Certificate	of	Achievement.
                           CS	8,	Systems	Analysis	and	Design	(3)                                            Computer Science (34 units)
                           CS	9B,	Technology	Project	Management	II	(3)                                            A	 Certificate	 of	 Achievement	 is	 granted	 in	 Computer	
                           CS	84,	Programming	with	XML	(3)                                                  Science	for	transfer	upon	completion	of	the	34	required	units	
                           CS	85,	PHP	Programming	(3)                                                       listed	under	Computer	Science	Associate	degree.
                           CS	86,	Android	Development	(3)
                                                                                                            Computer Programming (27-29 units)
                    Web Programmer (30 units)                                                                     A	 Certificate	 of	 Achievement	 is	 granted	 in	 Computer	
                          A	Web	Programmer	designs	and	develops	applications	and	                           Programming	 upon	 completion	 of	 the	 27-29	 required	 units	
                    scripts	 for	 the	 World	 Wide	 Web	 (WWW).	 Web	 programmers	                          listed	under	the	Computer	Programming	Associate	degree.
                    need	 to	 be	 knowledgeable	 on	 a	 variety	 of	 Internet	 technolo-
                    gies	 (HTML,	 CSS,	 XML,	 JavaScript,	 Perl/CGI,	 Java,	 JSP,	 PHP,	                    Database Applications Developer (33 units)
                    and	 the	 Microsoft	 .Net	 platform),	 networking,	 and	 database	                           A	 Certificate	 of	 Achievement	 is	 granted	 in	 Database	
                    management.	 They	 are	 chiefly	 responsible	 for	 providing	 the	                      Applications	 Developer	 upon	 completion	 of	 the	 33	 required	
                    programming	 which	 makes	 Web	 pages	 interactive	 or	 allows	                         units	 listed	 under	 the	 Database	 Applications	 Developer	
                    users	to	interact	with	back-end	applications	and	databases.	Web	                        Associate	degree.	
                                         Major requirements for transfer change frequently. Please access ASSIST at www.assist.org for the most up-to-date requirements.
                                                   For the most up-to-date AA and Certificate of Achievement requirements, visit www.smc.edu/articulation.
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Web Programmer (30 units)                                                                     CS	41,	Linux	Network	Administration	(3)
    A	Certificate	of	Achievement	is	granted	in	Web	Programmer	                                CS	43,	Windows	Network	Administration	(3)
upon	completion	of	the	30	required	units	listed	under	the	Web	                                CS	70,	Network	Fundamentals	&	Architecture	(3)
Programmer	Associate	degree.                                                                  CS	75,	Network	Protocols	and	Analysis	(2)
                                                                                              CS	78,	Secure	Server	Installation	&	Administration	(3)
DEPARTMENT CERTIFICATES
                                                                                        Robotics and Artificial Intelligence (16 units)
     Catalog	rights	dictate	that	a	student	may	satisfy	the	require-                           A	certificate	in	Robotics	&	Artificial	Intelligence	(AI)	aims	
ments	for	a	degree	or	certificate	by	satisfactorily	completing	the	                     to	provide	Computer	Science	students	with	the	knowledge	and	
general	education	and	major/area	of	emphasis	requirements	in	                           skills	 needed	 to	 work	 in	 the	 emergent	 AI	 career	 Field,	 which	
effect	at	any	time	during	the	student’s	continuous	enrollment.	                         includes	 robotics,	 knowledge	 engineering,	 and	 virtual	 human	
Continuous	enrollment	is	defined	as	enrollment	in	consecutive	                          design.	 Students	 learn	 how	 to	 program	 embedded	 systems	 to	
Fall	and	Spring	semesters	until	program	completion.                                     operate	 mobile	 robotics	 that	 can	 interact	 with	 changing	 envi-
                                                                                        ronments,	how	to	create	and	maintain	expert	systems,	and	how	
    At least 50% of the required units for a Department
                                                                                        to	 design	 and	 build	 virtual	 humans	 that	 converse	 much	 like	
Certificate must be completed at Santa Monica College.
                                                                                        people.	All	courses	are	very	much	“hands-on.”
     Students	must	receive	a	grade	of	C	or	higher	in	each	course	
                                                                                             Program Learning Outcomes: Upon	completion	of	the	
to	successfully	complete	a	Department	Certificate.
                                                                                        program	 in	 Robotics	 and	 Artificial	 Intelligence,	 students	 will	
Computer Programming (12 units)                                                         design,	program,	and	operate	mobile	robots	and	chatbots	that	
     This	 certificate	 provides	 the	 student	 with	 the	 basic	 skills	               interact	with	changing	environments	and	people.	Students	will	
needed	to	enter	the	world	of	programming.	It	covers	a	range	of	                         also	design	solutions	and	write	programs	for	real	world	appli-
                                                                                        cations	 using	 embedded	 systems	 that	 interact	 with	 external	




                                                                                                                                                                     Areas of Emphasis
programming	language	courses	that	expose	the	student	to	the	
spectrum	of	different	languages	that	are	popular	today.                                 hardware..




                                                                                                                                                                        Majors and
     Required Courses: (12 units)                                                             Required Courses: (16 units)
     CS	3,	Introduction	to	computer	applications	(3)                                          CS	9A/CIS	9A,	Technology	Project	Management	I	(3)
     CS	15,	Visual	Basic	(3)                                                                  CS	22,	Introduction	to	Mobile	Robots	(3)
     CS	17,	Assembly	Language	Programming	(3)	                                                CS	23,	Expert	Systems	and	Chatbots	(3)
     CS	52,	C++	Programming	(3)                                                               CS	25,	Embedded	Systems	(3)
                                                                                              CS	42,	Computer	Architecture	(3)
Information Systems Management (13 units)                                                     CS	88A,	Independent	Study	(1)
     A	certificate	in	IS	Management	aims	to	provide	Computer	

                                                                                        Cosmetology
Science	 students	 with	 the	 knowledge	 needed	 to	 develop	
Information	Systems	in	a	real-world	setting.	Students	learn	how	
to	develop	medium	to	large	scale	applications	while	applying	
the	skills	needed	to	plan	and	budget	resources	in	development	                               The	 world	 around	 us	 is	 an	 exciting	 place	 of	 color,	 shape	
projects	from	conceptual	design	to	deployment.                                          and	beauty.	In	the	Cosmetology	Department	at	Santa	Monica	
     Required Courses: (10 units)                                                       College,	we	bring	this	beauty	to	reality.	We	welcome	you	to	join	
     CS	9A/CIS	9A,	Technology	Project	Management	I	(3)                                  our	program	where	you	can	obtain	the	education	to	succeed	in	
     CS	9B/CIS	9B,	Technology	Project	Management	II	(3)                                 the	cosmetology,	skin	care,	and	nail	care	industries.	These	well-
     CS	15,	Visual	Basic	Programming	(3)                                                established	programs	will	prepare	you	for	a	professional	career,	
     CS	88A,	Independent	Study	(1)                                                      a	career	change	or	advancement	in	your	existing	career.

     Select one course from the following:                                                    We	offer	a	variety	of	courses	to	help	you	obtain	that	goal	
     CS	19,	Advanced	Visual	Basic	Programming	(3)	or	                                   you	 have	 been	 dreaming	 about.	 The	 cosmetology	 program	 is	
     CS	32,	Database	Programming	in	Visual	Basic	.NET	(3)	or	                           an	exciting	one	and	may	lead	you	to	a	career	as	a	platform	art-
     CS	37,	Web	Programming	in	Visual	Basic	.NET	(3)                                    ist,	educator,	stylist,	colorist,	salon	owner,	sales	representative,	
                                                                                        and	makeup	artist,	as	well	as	offer	you	the	opportunity	to	work	
Networking (17 units)                                                                   in	the	television	and	movie	industries,	on	cruise	ships,	and	in	
     The	IT	world	is	integrated	by	networks.	Success	in	IT	dis-                         many	other	wonderful	professions.
ciplines	 like	 database,	 website,	 or	 e-commerce	 development	
                                                                                              Our	program	prepares	you	to	take	the	state	board	exami-
demands	 a	 supporting	 grasp	 of	 the	 network	 environment.	
                                                                                        nation	for	a	cosmetology	license	after	completing	1600	hours,	
Major	technologies	are	the	networks	themselves,	their	fit	within	
                                                                                        a	 skin	 care	 license	 after	 completing	 600	 hours,	 or	 a	 nail	 care	
the	operating	platforms	they	connect	to,	specific	network	appli-
                                                                                        license	after	completing	400	hours.	Santa	Monica	College	also	
cations,	and	measures	to	achieve	networks	security.
                                                                                        offers	an	Associate	degree	in	cosmetology.
     Network	engineers	and	other	qualified	IT	specialists	must	
understand	 the	 various	 protocols,	 programs’	 interfaces	 to	                            High	 school	 students	 in	 the	 11th	 and	 12th	 grades	 may	
them,	how	networks	are	presented	and	managed	on	Unix	and	                               begin	this	program	concurrently	with	the	high	school	program	
Windows	platforms,	specific	server	programs	and	their	clients,	                         when	approved	by	the	high	school	principal.
and	what	the	inherent	risks	are.
                                                                                             Information	 regarding	 the	 cosmetology	 program	 is	 avail-
     Required Courses: (17 units)                                                       able	 in	 the	 Cosmetology	 Department,	 (310)	 434-4292,	 and	
     CS	9A,	Technology	Project	Management	I	(3)                                         through	the	SMC	website	(www.smc.edu).
                     Major requirements for transfer change frequently. Please access ASSIST at www.assist.org for the most up-to-date requirements.
                               For the most up-to-date AA and Certificate of Achievement requirements, visit www.smc.edu/articulation.
                      76        SANTA MONICA COLLEGE CATALOG 2011-2012


                    ASSOCIATE DEGREE – 60 UNITS                                                             DEPARTMENT CERTIFICATES
                          The	 Associate	 degree	 in	 Cosmetology	 involves	 satisfac-                           Catalog	rights	dictate	that	a	student	may	satisfy	the	require-
                    tory	completion	of	a	minimum	of	60	semester	units	with	a	C	                             ments	for	a	degree	or	certificate	by	satisfactorily	completing	the	
                    average	 or	 higher,	 including	 at	 least	 37	 semester	 units	 in	 the	               general	education	and	major/area	of	emphasis	requirements	in	
                    Cosmetology	area	of	emphasis	(articulated	below),	fulfillment	                          effect	at	any	time	during	the	student’s	continuous	enrollment.	
                    of	 the	 Global	 Citizenship	 requirement,	 and	 fulfillment	 of	 all	                  Continuous	enrollment	is	defined	as	enrollment	in	consecutive	
                    Santa	 Monica	 College	 general	 education	 requirements,	 CSU	                         Fall	and	Spring	semesters	until	program	completion.
                    GE,	or	IGETC.
                                                                                                                At least 50% of the required units for a Department
                         Catalog	rights	dictate	that	a	student	may	satisfy	the	require-                     Certificate must be completed at Santa Monica College.
                    ments	for	a	degree	or	certificate	by	satisfactorily	completing	the	
                    general	education	and	major/area	of	emphasis	requirements	in	                                Students	must	receive	a	grade	of	C	or	higher	in	each	course	
                    effect	at	any	time	during	the	student’s	continuous	enrollment.	                         to	successfully	complete	a	Department	Certificate.
                    Continuous	enrollment	is	defined	as	enrollment	in	consecutive	
                                                                                                            Skin Care (16 units)
                    Fall	and	Spring	semesters	until	program	completion.
                                                                                                                 A	Department	Certificate	in	Skin	Care	will	be	awarded	in	
                       At least 50% of the area of emphasis (major) units                                   Skin	 Care	 to	 students	 who	 complete	 600	 hours	 of	 skin	 care	
                    must be completed at Santa Monica College.                                              courses.
                        Each	 of	 the	 following	 courses	 in	 the	 area	 of	 emphasis	                           Required Courses:
                    (major)	must	be	completed	with	a	grade	of	C	or	higher,	to	total	                              Cosmetology	10,	Introduction	to	Cosmetology	and	
                    1600	hours	and	a	minimum	of	37	units:                                                            Related	Science	(2	units)
                                                                                                                  Cosmetology	18,	Skin	Care	1	(.5)
Areas of Emphasis




                    Cosmetology (37 units)                                                                        Cosmetology	20,	30,	Related	Science	courses	(3)
                       Required Courses:
   Majors and




                                                                                                                  Cosmetology	28A,	28B,	38,	Skin	Care	courses	(1.5)
                       Cosmetology	10,	20,	30,	40,	50A,	50B,	50C,	Related	                                        Cosmetology	48,	48B,	Skin	Care	courses	(1)
                          Science	courses
                                                                                                                 In order to fulfill required hours, operations, and/or units, select
                       Cosmetology	11A,	21A,	31A,	42,	Haircutting	courses
                                                                                                            one or more of the following salon courses:
                       Cosmetology	11B,	21B,	31B,	Hairstyling	courses
                                                                                                                 COSM	29,	39,	49,	59,	69,	Salon	courses	
                       Cosmetology	11C,	21C,	31C,	Hair	Coloring	courses
                       Cosmetology	11D,	21D,	Permanent	Wave	courses                                         Nail Care (14 units)
                       Cosmetology	14,	24,	Curly	Hair	Techniques	courses                                         A	 Department	 Certificate	 in	 Nail	 Care	 will	 be	 awarded	
                       Cosmetology	16,	26,	36,	Nail	Care	courses                                            in	Nail	Care	to	students	who	complete	400	hours	of	nail	care	
                       Cosmetology	18,	28A,	28B,	38,	48,	48B,	Skin	Care	cours-                              courses.
                          es
                       Cosmetology	64,	Salon	Management                                                           Required Courses:
                                                                                                                  Cosmetology	10,	Introduction	to	Cosmetology	and	
                         In order to fulfill required hours, operations, and/or units, select                        Related	Science	(2)
                    one or more of the following salon courses:                                                   Cosmetology	16,	26,	36,	Nail	Care	courses	(1)
                         COSM	29,	39,	49,	59,	69,	Salon	courses                                                   Cosmetology	20,	60,	Related	Science	courses	(2)
                         Additional	 graduation	 requirements	 for	 the	 Associate	                              In order to fulfill required hours, operations, and/or units, select
                    degree	from	Santa	Monica	College	are	listed	in	the	Academics	                           one or more of the following salon courses:
                    section	 of	 this	 catalog,	 as	 well	 as	 online	 (go	 to	 www.smc.edu/                     COSM	29,	39,	49,	59,	69,	Salon	Classes
                    articulation).
                                                                                                            Salon Business (11 units)
                    CERTIFICATES OF ACHIEVEMENT                                                                  This	Certificate	in	Salon	Business	will	aid	cosmetologists,	
                         Catalog	rights	dictate	that	a	student	may	satisfy	the	require-                     estheticians,	and	manicurists	in	establishing	and	running	their	
                    ments	for	a	degree	or	certificate	by	satisfactorily	completing	the	                     own	business	and	salon.
                    general	education	and	major/area	of	emphasis	requirements	in	                                 Required Courses:
                    effect	at	any	time	during	the	student’s	continuous	enrollment.	                               Accounting	21,	Business	Bookkeeping	(3)
                    Continuous	enrollment	is	defined	as	enrollment	in	consecutive	                                CIS	4,	Business	Applications	(3)
                    Fall	and	Spring	semesters	until	program	completion.                                           Cosmetology	64,	Salon	Business	(2)
                        At least 50% of the required units for a Certificate of                                   Business	1,	Introduction	to	Business	(3)	or	Business	
                    Achievement must be completed at Santa Monica College.                                           20,	Principles	of	Marketing	(3)	or	Business	65,	
                                                                                                                     Management	Principles	(3)
                         Students	must	receive	a	grade	of	C	or	higher	in	each	course	
                    to	successfully	complete	a	Certificate	of	Achievement.                                  Teacher Training (16 units)
                                                                                                                  This	certificate	is	designed	to	prepare	the	licensed	cosme-
                    Cosmetology (37 units)                                                                  tologist	 for	 a	 teacher	 career	 in	 the	 public	 and	 private	 sectors	
                         A	 Certificate	 of	 Achievement	 in	 Cosmetology	 is	 awarded	                     of	 cosmetology.	 It	 is	 recommended	 that	 the	 student	 have	 a	
                    to	students	who	have	completed	37	required	units	listed	under	                          Cosmetology	license	and	at	least	one	year	experience	working	
                    Cosmetology	Associate	degree.	                                                          in	a	salon	as	a	professional	cosmetologist.	The	certificate	will	be	
                                         Major requirements for transfer change frequently. Please access ASSIST at www.assist.org for the most up-to-date requirements.
                                                   For the most up-to-date AA and Certificate of Achievement requirements, visit www.smc.edu/articulation.
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awarded	to	students	who	complete	600	hours	of	the	following	                            ASSOCIATE DEGREE – 60 UNITS
courses.
                                                                                             The	 Associate	 degree	 in	 Dance	 involves	 satisfactory	 com-
     Required Courses: To fulfill required hours, operations, and/or                    pletion	 of	 a	 minimum	 of	 60	 semester	 units	 with	 a	 C	 average	
     units, select one or more of the following salon courses:                          or	 higher,	 including	 at	 least	 22	 semester	 units	 in	 the	 Dance	
     Cosmetology	71,	Cosmetology	Instructional	Methods	                                 area	of	emphasis	(articulated	below),	fulfillment	of	the	Global	
        (1,1)                                                                           Citizenship	 requirement,	 and	 fulfillment	 of	 all	 Santa	 Monica	
     Cosmetology	72,	Applied	Instructional	Techniques	(1)                               College	general	education	requirements,	CSU	GE,	or	IGETC.
     Cosmetology	73,	Cosmetology	Instructional	Materials	(1)
                                                                                             Catalog	rights	dictate	that	a	student	may	satisfy	the	require-
     Cosmetology	74,	Techniques	of	Assessment	(1)
                                                                                        ments	for	a	degree	or	certificate	by	satisfactorily	completing	the	
     Cosmetology	75A,B,C,D	Instructional	Techniques	in	
                                                                                        general	education	and	major/area	of	emphasis	requirements	in	
        Salon	(1-4)
                                                                                        effect	at	any	time	during	the	student’s	continuous	enrollment.	
                                                                                        Continuous	enrollment	is	defined	as	enrollment	in	consecutive	

Dance
                                                                                        Fall	and	Spring	semesters	until	program	completion.
                                                                                           At least 50% of the area of emphasis (major) units
                                                                                        must be completed at Santa Monica College.
      Dancers	use	their	bodies	in	dance	movements	to	create	an	
art	form	that	can	interpret	an	idea	or	a	story,	or	it	may	be	purely	                         Each	course	in	the	area	of	emphasis	(major)	must	be	com-
physical	expressions	of	rhythm	and	sound.	Dancers	often	com-                            pleted	with	a	grade	of	C	or	higher.
bine	 performing	 with	 teaching	 or	 turn	 to	 teaching	 after	 their	                 Dance (22 units)
career	as	professional	dancers	are	over.	Choreographers	create	
and	 design	 original	 dance	 steps	 and	 moves	 for	 dancers.	 They	                        Program Learning Outcomes: Students	 develop	 an	




                                                                                                                                                                  Areas of Emphasis
may	work	in	a	variety	of	types	of	dance	such	as	motion	picture,	                        appreciation	 of	 the	 aesthetics	 inherent	 in	 dance	 and	 learn	 to	
                                                                                        respect	 dance	 in	 all	 cultures.	 Students	 acquire	 the	 historical	




                                                                                                                                                                     Majors and
television,	stage	performances,	musical	shows,	and	in	the	bal-
let.	Dancers	may	also	combine	their	interests	in	social	service	to	                     knowledge,	necessary	technical	skills,	and	knowledge	in	a	par-
become	dance	or	movement	therapists.                                                    ticular	style	of	dance,	as	well	as	observation/analysis	of	dance	
                                                                                        presented	on	the	stage	or	in	media.	Students	implement	critical	
      This	major	may	also	lead	to	many	other	careers.	For	addi-                         thinking	skills	and	kinesthetic	awareness	through	creative	expe-
tional	possibilities,	visit	the	Career	Services	Center	on	campus	                       rience	in	class,	learning	to	communicate	through	the	power	of	
to	 utilize	 computerized	 career	 information	 systems	 and	 other	                    movement,	and	discovering	self-motivation.
valuable	career	resources.
                                                                                              Required courses:
TRANSFER                                                                                      Dance	5,	Dance	History	(3)
      Students	planning	to	transfer	to	a	four-year	college	should	                            Dance	7,	Music	for	Dance	(3)
complete	the	lower-division	major	requirements	and	the	gen-                                   Dance	33,	34,	35,	36,	Ballet*	(2,2,2,2)
eral	 education	 pattern	 for	 the	 appropriate	 transfer	 institution.	                      Dance	43,	44,	45,	46,	Modern	Dance*	(2,2,2,2)
Santa	 Monica	 College	 has	 articulation	 agreements	 for	 this	                       	     *If necessary, certification of exemption from Dance courses
major	 with	 the	 following	 UC,	 CSU,	 and	 private	 institutions.	                          must be approved by Dance Department and filed with the peti-
Exact	 major	 requirements	 for	 these	 and	 other	 UC	 and	 CSU	                             tion for graduation.
campuses	 can	 be	 found	 online	 at	 www.assist.org.	 Articulation	
                                                                                        SMC DANCE DEPARTMENT RECOMMENDED COURSES
agreements	 with	 private	 institutions	 can	 be	 found	 online	 at	
                                                                                        FOR TRANSFER
www.smc.edu/articulation.
                                                                                              Students	 should	 check	 www.smc.edu/articulation	 or	 www.
  • University of California, Irvine
                                                                                        assist.org	for	individual	campus	requirements.
    B.A.	Dance
    B.F.A.	Choreography	Specialization                                                        Dance	9,	Dance	Production
    B.F.A.	Choreography	and	Performance	Specification                                         Dance	20,	Ethnic	Dance
                                                                                              Dance	37,	Pointe
  • University of California, Riverside
                                                                                              Dance	55A,	Dance	Performance-Modern	(3,3,3,3)	and	
    B.A.	Dance
                                                                                                55B,	Dance	Repertory-Modern	(1,1,1,1)	and	55C,	
  • University of California, Santa Barbara                                                     Modern	Dance	Staging	(1,1,1,1)	
    B.A.	Dance                                                                                Dance	57A,	World	Dance	Performance	(3,3,3,3)	and	57B,	
    B.F.A.	Dance                                                                                Repertory	Ethnic	Dance	(1,1,1,1)
                                                                                              Dance	59A,	Dance	Performance-Ballet	(3,3,3,3)
    Santa	Monica	College	has	articulation	agreements	for	this	
                                                                                              Dance	60,	Fundamentals	of	Choreography	1	(2,2)
major	 (see	 www.smc.edu/articulation	 for	 exact	 requirements)	
                                                                                              Dance	61,	Fundamentals	of	Choreography	2	(2,2)
with	the	following	private	and	out-of-state	institutions:
                                                                                              Dance	62,	Fundamentals	of	Choreography	3	(2,2)	and	
  • Cornish College of the Arts (Seattle, WA)                                                   Dance	63,	Fundamentals	of	Choreography	4	(2)
    B.F.A.	Dance
                                                                                              Recommended Electives:
  • Loyola Marymount University                                                               Dance	14,	Beginning	Modern	Jazz	Dance	(1,1,1,1)
    B.A.	Dance,	Performance	Track                                                             Dance	15,	Intermediate	Modern	Jazz	(1,1,1,1)	
    B.A.	Dance,	Generalist	Track                                                              Dance	16,	Advanced	Modern	Jazz	(1,1,1,1)	
                     Major requirements for transfer change frequently. Please access ASSIST at www.assist.org for the most up-to-date requirements.
                               For the most up-to-date AA and Certificate of Achievement requirements, visit www.smc.edu/articulation.
                      78        SANTA MONICA COLLEGE CATALOG 2011-2012


                           Dance	17,	Beginning	Tap	(1,1,1,1)                                               with	 a	 specialization	 in	 working	 with	 children	 with	 special	
                           Dance	18,	Intermediate	Tap	(1,1,1,1)	                                           needs,	 special	 education	 assistant	 for	 children	 birth	 to	 eight	
                           Dance	19,	Ballroom	Dance	(1,1,1,1)                                              years	 of	 age,	 a	 one-to-one	 aide	 for	 a	 child	 (e.g.,	 “inclusion	
                           Dance	22,	Mexican	Dance	(2,2)                                                   facilitator”),	classroom	aide	with	expertise	in	special	needs,	or	
                           Dance	23,	Intermediate	Mexican	Dance	(2,2)                                      as	an	assistant	to	the	early	intervention	team	for	infants	birth	
                           Dance	25,	African	Dance	(2,2)                                                   to	three	years	of	age.
                           Dance	27,	Brazilian	Dance	(2,2)
                                                                                                                Program Learning Outcomes: Students	 completing	 a	
                           Dance	29,	Middle	Eastern/North	African	Dance	(2)
                                                                                                           degree	 or	 certificate	 in	 Early	 Childhood	 Education	 will	 know	
                           Dance	31,	Ballet	1	(1,1)
                                                                                                           the	essential	concepts,	inquiry	tools,	and	structure	of	the	con-
                           Dance	32,	Ballet	2	(1,1)	
                                                                                                           tent	areas	in	children’s	learning,	and	will	identify	appropriate	
                           Dance	41,	Contemporary	Modern	Dance	1	(1,1)	
                                                                                                           resources.	 Students	 prepared	 in	 the	 education	 training	 pro-
                           Dance	42,	Contemporary	Modern	Dance	2	(1,1)
                                                                                                           grams	 will	 design	 developmentally	 effective	 approaches	 and	
                           Dance	51,	Introduction	to	Dance	Therapy	(1)	
                                                                                                           design	 experiences	 that	 promote	 learning	 for	 children	 while	
                           Dance	79,	Dance	in	New	York	City	(1)
                                                                                                           integrating	 their	 understanding	 of	 relationships	 with	 children	
                                                                                                           and	families.

                    Early Childhood                                                                        TRANSFER


                    Education
                                                                                                                 Students	planning	to	transfer	to	a	four-year	college	should	
                                                                                                           complete	the	lower-division	major	requirements	and	the	gen-
                                                                                                           eral	 education	 pattern	 for	 the	 appropriate	 transfer	 institution.	
                    Formerly Child Development                                                             Santa	 Monica	 College	 has	 articulation	 agreements	 for	 this	
Areas of Emphasis




                                                                                                           major	 with	 the	 following	 UC,	 CSU,	 and	 private	 institutions.	
                         Early	 Childhood	 Education	 majors	 will	 be	 trained	 to	
   Majors and




                                                                                                           Exact	 major	 requirements	 for	 these	 and	 other	 UC	 and	 CSU	
                    supervise	and	provide	care	and	learning	experiences	for	infant	                        campuses	 can	 be	 found	 online	 at	 www.assist.org.	 Articulation	
                    through	eight-year-old	children	in	a	variety	of	early	childhood	                       agreements	 with	 private	 institutions	 can	 be	 found	 online	 at	
                    settings.	 Early	 Childhood	 Education	 professionals	 adhere	 to	                     www.smc.edu/articulation.
                    the	 guidelines	 as	 well	 as	 the	 Professional	 Code	 of	 Ethics	 of	
                    the	National	Association	for	the	Education	of	Young	Children	                             • California Polytechnic State University, San Luis
                    (NAEYC)	 providing	 developmentally	 appropriate	 learning	                                 Obispo
                    opportunities	for	the	enhancement	of	the	physical,	intellectual,	                           B.S.	Child	Development
                    social,	emotional	and	creative	domains	of	young	children.	                                • California State University, Dominguez Hills
                         The	 Early	 Childhood	 Education	 major	 focuses	 on	 edu-                             B.S.	Child	Development
                    cational	 practices	 that	 emphasize	 interpersonal	 relationships,	                      • California State University, Long Beach
                    cultural	diversity,	child-centered	curriculum	and	the	inclusion	
                                                                                                                B.A.	Family	and	Consumer	Sciences	with	option	in	Child	
                    of	children	with	special	needs	in	all	educational	opportunities.
                                                                                                                   Development	and	Family	Studies
                         The	 Early	 Childhood	 Education	 Program	 major	 follows	
                                                                                                              • California State University, Los Angeles
                    a	 natural	 progression	 that	 allows	 students	 to	 move	 from	
                                                                                                                B.A.	Child	Development	General	option
                    short	 to	 long-term	 educational	 goals:	 preparation	 for	 the	
                    state	 Children’s	 Center	 Permit,	 fulfillment	 of	 post-certificate	                    • California State University, Northridge
                    Professional	Development,	completion	of	advanced	California	                                B.A.	Child	Development
                    Career	Ladder	courses	(including	paired	specialization	courses	
                                                                                                              • San Francisco State University
                    as	 well	 as	 the	 California	 State	 Mentor	 course),	 completion	 of	
                                                                                                                B.A.	Child	and	Adolescent	Development
                    an	 Associate	 degree	 in	 Early	 Childhood	 Education,	 Associate	
                    degree	 in	 Early	 Childhood	 Intervention	 assistant,	 Associate	                         Santa	Monica	College	has	articulation	agreements	for	this	
                    degree	 in	 Early	 Childhood	 Intervention	 Teacher,	 and	 transfer	                   major	 (see	 www.smc.edu/articulation	 for	 exact	 requirements)	
                    to	a	four-year	institution.                                                            with	the	following	private	and	out-of-state	institutions:
                         Possible	 Early	 Childhood	 Education	 career	 goals	 include	                       • Kaplan University
                    Early	Childhood	Education	Teacher,	Early	Education	Director,	                               B.S.	Psychology/Child	Development
                    Early	 Childhood	 Intervention	 Assistant,	 Early	 Childhood	
                                                                                                              • Mount Saint Mary’s College
                    Intervention	 Teacher,	 Family	 Home	 Child	 Care	 Provider,	
                                                                                                                B.A.	Child	Development
                    Private	 ECE	 Center	 Owner/Director,	 Early	 Childhood	 Special	
                    Education	 Teacher,	 K	 through	 12	 teacher,	 K	 through	 12	                         ASSOCIATE DEGREE – 60 UNITS
                    Special	 Education	 Teacher,	 Parent	 Educator,	 Early	 Childhood	
                                                                                                                 The	 Associate	 degree	 in	 Early	 Childhood	 Education	
                    Education	Instructor,	Marriage	Family	and	Child	Counselor.
                                                                                                           involves	satisfactory	completion	of	a	minimum	of	60	semester	
                          The	 Early	 Childhood	 Intervention	 programs	 will	 prepare	                    units	with	a	C	average	or	higher,	including	at	least	30	semes-
                    students	 for	 career	 placements	 in	 public	 and/or	 private	 early	                 ter	 units	 in	 the	 Early	 Childhood	 Education,	 or	 27	 semester	
                    intervention	 and	 educational	 settings	 that	 serve	 typically	 and	                 units	 in	 the	 Early	 Childhood	 Intervention	 Assistant,	 or	 41	
                    atypically	developing	young	children.	Specific	jobs	and	respon-                        semester	 units	 in	 the	 Early	 Childhood	 Intervention	 Teacher	
                    sibilities	 may	 include	 serving	 as	 an	 early	 childhood	 educator	                 area	of	emphasis	(articulated	below),	fulfillment	of	the	Global	
                                        Major requirements for transfer change frequently. Please access ASSIST at www.assist.org for the most up-to-date requirements.
                                                  For the most up-to-date AA and Certificate of Achievement requirements, visit www.smc.edu/articulation.
                                                                            SANTA MONICA COLLEGE CATALOG 2011-2012                                   79


Citizenship	 requirement,	 and	 fulfillment	 of	 all	 Santa	 Monica	                        Early	Childhood	Education	45,	Children	with	Special	
College	general	education	requirements,	CSU	GE,	or	IGETC.                                      Needs	(3)
                                                                                            Early	Childhood	Education	46,	Infant	Through	Toddler	
     Catalog	rights	dictate	that	a	student	may	satisfy	the	require-
                                                                                               Studies	(3)
ments	for	a	degree	or	certificate	by	satisfactorily	completing	the	
                                                                                            Early	Childhood	Education	47,	Developing	Family	
general	education	and	major/area	of	emphasis	requirements	in	
                                                                                               Childcare	(3)
effect	at	any	time	during	the	student’s	continuous	enrollment.	
                                                                                            Early	Childhood	Education	48,	Adult	Supervision	and	
Continuous	enrollment	is	defined	as	enrollment	in	consecutive	
                                                                                               Mentoring,	ECE/CD	(2)
Fall	and	Spring	semesters	until	program	completion.
                                                                                            Early	Childhood	Education	49,	Early	Intervention	
   At least 50% of the area of emphasis (major) units                                          Strategies	(3)
must be completed at Santa Monica College.                                                  Early	Childhood	Education	50A,	Parenting	Skills	
                                                                                               Development	(1)
     Each	course	in	the	area	of	emphasis	(major)	must	be	com-
                                                                                            Early	Childhood	Education	51,	The	Reggio	Approach	(3)
pleted	with	a	grade	of	C	or	higher.
                                                                                            Early	Childhood	Education	52,	Documentation:	Making	
Early Childhood Education (30 units)                                                           Learning	Visible	(1)
                                                                                            Early	Childhood	Education	53,	Environment	as	the	Third	
     Required Core Courses: (24 units)
                                                                                               Teacher	(1)
     Early	Childhood	Education	2,	Principles	and	Practices	of	
                                                                                            Early	Childhood	Education	60,	Observation	and	
        Teaching	Young	Children	(3)
                                                                                               Assessment	(3)
     Early	Childhood	Education	11,	Child,	Family	and	
                                                                                            Early	Childhood	Education	75,	Dance	for	Children:	
        Community	(3)
                                                                                               Creative	Dance	in	Pre-K	&	Elementary	Classroom	(3)
     Early	Childhood	Education	21,	Observation	and	
                                                                                            Early	Childhood	Education	84,	Early	Childhood	




                                                                                                                                                          Areas of Emphasis
        Assessment	(4)
                                                                                               Educator’s	Seminar	(1)
     Early	Childhood	Education	22,	Early	Childhood	




                                                                                                                                                             Majors and
                                                                                            Early	Childhood	Education	89	A,	B,	C,	or	D,	Cooperative	
        Education	Field	Experience	(5)
                                                                                               Work	Experience	(1,	2,	3	or	4)
     Early	Childhood	Education	45,	Children	with	Special	
                                                                                            Education	1,	Career	Choices	in	Education	(3)
        Needs	(3)
                                                                                            Education	2,	The	Early	Childhood	Through	12th	Grade	
     Early	Childhood	Education	64,	Health,	Safety	and	
                                                                                               Teaching	Experience	(3)
        Nutrition	for	Young	Children	(3)
                                                                                            Education	20,	Exceptional	Children	in	School	(3)
     Psychology	11,	Child	Growth	and	Development	(3)
                                                                                            Education	24,	Paraeducator	Fieldwork	Experience	(5)
     Required Curriculum Courses; select two courses from the fol-                          Psychology	1,	General	Psychology	(3)
        lowing: (6 units)
     Early	Childhood	Education	4,	Language	and	Literature	for	                        Early Childhood Intervention Assistant (27 units)
        the	Young	Child	(3)                                                                 Required Courses:
     Early	Childhood	Education	5,	Math	and	Science	for	the	                                 Early	Childhood	Education	2,	Principles	and	Practices	of	
        Young	Child	(3)                                                                         Teaching	Young	Children	(3)
     Early	Childhood	Education	8,	Creative	Experience	–	Art,	                               Early	Childhood	Education	11,	Child,	Family	and	
        Music	and	Movement	(3)                                                                  Community	(3)
     Early	Childhood	Education	17,	Introduction	to	                                         Early	Childhood	Education	21,	Observation	and	
        Curriculum	(3)                                                                          Assessment	(4)
     Recommended Courses:                                                                   Early	Childhood	Education	23,	Practicum	in	Early	
     Bilingual	1,	Introduction	to	Bilingual	Studies	(3)                                         Intervention	(5)
     Early	Childhood	Education	9,	Introduction	to	School-Age	                               Early	Childhood	Education	45,	Children	with	Special	
         Child	Care	(3)                                                                         Needs	(3)
     Early	Childhood	Education	10,	Developing	Literacy	(3)                                  Early	Childhood	Education	46,	Infant	Through	Toddler	
     Early	Childhood	Education	18,	Childhood:	Culture	and	                                      Studies	(3)
         Personality	(also	Psychology	18)	(3)                                               Early	Childhood	Education	49,	Early	Intervention	
     Early	Childhood	Education	20,	High	Scope	Curriculum	                                       Strategies	(3)
         (3)                                                                                Psychology	11,	Child,	Growth	&	Development	(3)
     Early	Childhood	Education	23,	Practicum	in	Early	                                      First	Aid/CPR	Training
         Intervention	(5)
                                                                                      Early Childhood Intervention Teacher (41 units)
     Early	Childhood	Education	30,	Children	with	
         Challenging	Behaviors	(3)                                                          Required Courses: (21 units)
     Early	Childhood	Education	31,	Communication	with	                                      Early	Childhood	Education	2,	Principles	and	Practices	of	
         Families	(2)                                                                          Teaching	Young	Children	(3)
     Early	Childhood	Education	35,	Foundations	of	Early	                                    Early	Childhood	Education	11,	Child,	Family	and	
         Literacy	(3)                                                                          Community	(3)
     Early	Childhood	Education	43,	Supervision	and	                                         Early	Childhood	Education	45,	Children	with	Special	
         Administration	2	(3)                                                                  Needs	(3)
     Early	Childhood	Education	44,	Introduction	to	Family	                                  Early	Childhood	Education	46,	Infant	Through	Toddler	
         Day	Care	(1)                                                                          Studies	(3)
                   Major requirements for transfer change frequently. Please access ASSIST at www.assist.org for the most up-to-date requirements.
                             For the most up-to-date AA and Certificate of Achievement requirements, visit www.smc.edu/articulation.
                      80         SANTA MONICA COLLEGE CATALOG 2011-2012


                           Early	Childhood	Education	49,	Early	Intervention	                                      Required Courses: (29 units)
                              Strategies	(3)                                                                      Early	Childhood	Education	2,	Principles	and	Practices	of	
                           Early	Childhood	Education	64,	Health,	Safety	and	                                         Teaching	Young	Children	(3)
                              Nutrition	for	Young	Children	(3)                                                    Early	Childhood	Education	11,	Child,	Family	and	
                           Psychology	11,	Child	Growth	and	Development	(3)                                           Community	(3)
                                                                                                                  Early	Childhood	Education	17,	Introduction	to	
                           Required Curriculum Courses; select two courses from the fol-
                              lowing: (6 units)                                                                      Curriculum	(3)
                           Early	Childhood	Education	4,	Language	and	Literature	for	                              Early	Childhood	Education	19,	Teaching	in	a	Diverse	
                              the	Young	Child	(3)                                                                    Society	(3)
                           Early	Childhood	Education	5,	Math	and	Science	for	the	                                 Early	Childhood	Education	21,	Observation	and	
                              Young	Child	(3)                                                                        Assessment	(4)
                           Early	Childhood	Education	8,	A	Creative	Experience:	Art,	                              Early	Childhood	Education	22,	Early	Childhood	
                              Music	and	Movement	(3)                                                                 Education	Field	Experience	(5)
                           Early	Childhood	Education	61,	Teacher/Child	                                           Early	Childhood	Education	48,	Adult	Supervision	and	
                              Interactions	(3)                                                                       Mentoring,	ECE/CD	(2)
                                                                                                                  Early	Childhood	Education	64,	Health,	Safety	and	
                           Required Practicum Courses: (14 units)                                                    Nutrition	for	Young	Children	(3)
                           Early	Childhood	Education	21,	Observation	and	                                         Psychology	11,	Child	Growth	and	Development	(3)
                              Assessment	(4)
                           Early	Childhood	Education	22,	Early	Childhood	                                         Required Specialization (Curriculum) Courses; select two
                              Education	Field	Experience	(5)                                                         courses from the following: (6 units)
                           Early	Childhood	Education	23,	Practicum	in	Early	                                      Early	Childhood	Education	4,	Language	and	Literature	for	
Areas of Emphasis




                              Intervention	(5)                                                                       the	Young	Child	(3)
                                                                                                                  Early	Childhood	Education	5,	Math	and	Science	for	the	
   Majors and




                    Early Childhood Master Teacher (35 units)                                                        Young	Child	(3)
                         Upon	 successful	 completion	 of	 the	 Early	 Childhood	                                 Early	Childhood	Education	8,	A	Creative	Experience:	Art,	
                    Master	 Teacher	 certificate	 or	 degree,	 the	 student	 demonstrates	                           Music	and	Movement	(3)
                    knowledge,	training,	and	skills	to	be	a	master	teacher	in	a	pri-                              	or	
                    vately	or	publicly	funded	child	care	center	in	accordance	with	                               Required Specialization (Early Intervention) Courses; must take
                    the	Child	Development	Permit	Matrix	issued	by	the	California	                                    both courses: (6 units)
                    Commission	of	Teacher	Credentialing.	Skills	demonstrated	and	                                 Early	Childhood	Education	45,	Children	with	Special	
                    practiced	by	the	student	include	the	ability	to	provide	instruc-                                 Needs	(3)
                    tion	to	young	children	utilizing	knowledge	of	a	specialized	area	                             Early	Childhood	Education	49,	Early	Intervention	
                    of	early	childhood	education,	supervise	adults	in	the	classroom,	                                Strategies	(3)
                    and	coordinate	curriculum	and	staff	development.                                              	or	
                        PLEASE	 NOTE:	 The	 State	 of	 California	 also	 requires	 350	                           Required Specialization (Reggio Emilia Approach) Courses;
                    days	of	experience	working	in	a	child	care	program	to	apply	for	                                 must take all courses: (6 units)
                    a	Master	Teacher	Permit.                                                                      Early	Childhood	Education	51,	The	Reggio	Approach	(3)
                         Santa	 Monica	 College	 Early	 Childhood	 Education	 (ECE)	                              Early	Childhood	Education	52,	Documentation:	Making	
                    courses	 are	 expected	 to	 adhere	 to	 the	 guidelines	 and	 the	                               Learning	Visible	(1)
                    Professional	Code	of	Ethics	of	the	National	Association	for	the	                              Early	Childhood	Education	53,	Environment	as	the	Third	
                    Education	of	Young	Children	(NAEYC)	with	regard	to	provid-                                       Teacher	(1)
                    ing	 developmentally	 appropriate	 learning	 opportunities	 that	                             Early	Childhood	Education	88	A,	Independent	Study	in	
                    enhance	the	physical,	intellectual,	socioemotional,	and	creative	                                Early	Childhood	Education	(1)
                    domains	of	young	children.	It	also	focuses	on	evidence-based	                                 	or	
                    educational	 practices	 that	 emphasize	 interpersonal	 relation-                             Required Specialization (ECE Administration) Courses; must
                    ships,	 cultural	 diversity,	 child-centered	 curriculum,	 and	 the	                             take both courses: (6 units)
                    inclusion	 of	 children	 with	 special	 needs	 in	 all	 educational	                          Early	Childhood	Education	41,	Supervision	and	
                    opportunities.                                                                                   Administration	of	Early	Childhood	Programs	(3)
                         The	 ECE	 Master	 Teacher	 certificate	 and	 degree	 follow	 a	                          Early	Childhood	Education	43,	Supervision	and	
                    natural	 progression	 that	 allows	 students	 to	 move	 from	 short-	                            Administration	2	(3)
                    to	 long-term	 educational	 goals:	 preparation	 for	 the	 Child	                           NOTE:	 Students	 must	 complete	 an	 additional	 16	 general	
                    Development	 Permit,	 fulfillment	 of	 post-certificate	 profes-                        education	 units	 In	 addition	 to	 the	 above	 courses	 in	 order	 to	
                    sional	development,	completion	of	advanced	California	Career	                           obtain	their	Child	Development	Master	Teacher	Permit.
                    Ladder	courses,	and	transfer	to	a	baccalaureate	institution.
                                                                                                            CERTIFICATES OF ACHIEVEMENT
                         Possible	 ECE	 career	 positions	 include	 ECE	 Teacher/
                    Director;	 Licensed	 Family	 Child	 Care	 Provider;	 Private	 ECE	                           Catalog	rights	dictate	that	a	student	may	satisfy	the	require-
                    Director/Owner;	 Parent	 Educator,	 After	 School	 Program	 staff,	                     ments	for	a	degree	or	certificate	by	satisfactorily	completing	the	
                    or	Instructional	Aide	in	an	elementary	school	setting;	Owner/                           general	education	and	major/area	of	emphasis	requirements	in	
                    Operator	of	a	Child	Care	Center;	and	Program/Center	Director.                           effect	at	any	time	during	the	student’s	continuous	enrollment.	
                                         Major requirements for transfer change frequently. Please access ASSIST at www.assist.org for the most up-to-date requirements.
                                                   For the most up-to-date AA and Certificate of Achievement requirements, visit www.smc.edu/articulation.
                                                                            SANTA MONICA COLLEGE CATALOG 2011-2012                                    81


Continuous	enrollment	is	defined	as	enrollment	in	consecutive	                        DEPARTMENT CERTIFICATES
Fall	and	Spring	semesters	until	program	completion.
                                                                                           Catalog	rights	dictate	that	a	student	may	satisfy	the	require-
    At least 50% of the required units for a Certificate of                           ments	for	a	degree	or	certificate	by	satisfactorily	completing	the	
Achievement must be completed at Santa Monica College.                                general	education	and	major/area	of	emphasis	requirements	in	
                                                                                      effect	at	any	time	during	the	student’s	continuous	enrollment.	
     Students	must	receive	a	grade	of	C	or	higher	in	each	course	
                                                                                      Continuous	enrollment	is	defined	as	enrollment	in	consecutive	
to	successfully	complete	a	Certificate	of	Achievement.
                                                                                      Fall	and	Spring	semesters	until	program	completion.
Early Childhood Education (30 units)
                                                                                          At least 50% of the required units for a Department
    Required Core Courses: (24 units)                                                 Certificate must be completed at Santa Monica College.
    Early	Childhood	Education	2,	Principles	and	Practices	of	
                                                                                           Students	must	receive	a	grade	of	C	or	higher	in	each	course	
       Teaching	Young	Children	(3)
                                                                                      to	successfully	complete	a	Department	Certificate.
    Early	Childhood	Education	11,	Child,	Family	and	
       Community	(3)                                                                  Early Childhood Education Core (12 units)
    Early	Childhood	Education	21,	Observation	and	                                          This	 Department	 Certificate	 mirrors	 the	 courses	 required	
       Assessment	(4)                                                                 to	 obtain	 the	 Associate	 Teacher	 Permit	 according	 to	 the	
    Early	Childhood	Education	22,	Early	Childhood	                                    Child	 Development	 Permit	 Matrix	 issued	 by	 the	 California	
       Education	Field	Experience	(5)                                                 Commission	 of	 Teaching	 Credentialing.	 The	 12	 core	 units	
    Early	Childhood	Education	45,	Children	with	Special	                              are	 the	 minimum	 required	 for	 employment	 in	 a	 California	
       Needs	(3)                                                                      Community	Care	Licensed	program.
    Early	Childhood	Education	64,	Health,	Safety	and	                                       Students	who	desire	to	work	in	an	early	childhood	setting	




                                                                                                                                                               Areas of Emphasis
       Nutrition	for	Young	Children	(3)                                               are	required	to	complete—at	a	minimum—these	core	courses.
    Psychology	11,	Child	Growth	and	Development	(3)




                                                                                                                                                                  Majors and
                                                                                            Required Courses: (9 units)
    Required Curriculum Courses; select two courses from the fol-                           Early	Childhood	Education	2,	Principles	and	Practices	of	
       lowing: (6 units)                                                                       Teaching	Young	Children	(3)
    Early	Childhood	Education	4,	Language	and	Literature	for	                               Early	Childhood	Education	11,	Child,	Family	and	
       the	Young	Child	(3)                                                                     Community	(3)
    Early	Childhood	Education	5,	Math	and	Science	for	the	                                  Psychology	11,	Child	Growth	and	Development	(3)
       Young	Child	(3)
                                                                                            Select one additional course from the list below: (3 units)
    Early	Childhood	Education	8,	A	Creative	Experience:	Art,	
                                                                                            Early	Childhood	Education	4,	Language	and	Literature	for	
       Music	and	Movement	(3)
                                                                                               the	Young	Child	(3)
    Early	Childhood	Education	17,	Introduction	to	
                                                                                            Early	Childhood	Education	5,	Math	and	Science	for	the	
       Curriculum	(3)
                                                                                               Young	Child	(3)
Early Childhood Intervention Assistant (27 units)                                           Early	Childhood	Education	8,	A	Creative	Experience:	Art,	
    Required Courses:                                                                          Music	and	Movement	(3)
    Early	Childhood	Education	2,	Principles	and	Practices	of	                               Early	Childhood	Education	17,	Introduction	to	
        Teaching	Young	Children	(3)                                                            Curriculum	(3)
    Early	Childhood	Education	11,	Child,	Family	and	                                  School-Age Intervention Assistant (14 units)
        Community	(3)                                                                       This	Department	Certificate	is	designed	for	students	who	
    Early	Childhood	Education	21,	Observation	and	                                    wish	to	work	as	a	paraprofessional	in	the	K-12	school	system.	
        Assessment	(4)                                                                The	 Department	 Certificate	 also	 provides	 students	 interested	
    Early	Childhood	Education	22,	Early	Childhood	                                    in	the	field	of	education—particularly	the	field	of	special	edu-
        Education	Field	Experience	(5)                                                cation—with	 an	 opportunity	 to	 obtain	 supervised	 fieldwork	
    Early	Childhood	Education	45,	Children	with	Special	                              experience	working	with	children	with	special	needs.
        Needs	(3)                                                                           There	is	a	nationwide	shortage	of	special	education	teach-
    Early	Childhood	Education	64,	Health,	Safety	and	                                 ers.	 This	 certificate	 provides	 training	 and	 career	 development	
        Nutrition	for	Young	Children	(3)                                              opportunities	for	students	who	wish	to	obtain	a	special	educa-
    Psychology	11,	Child	Growth	and	Development	(3)                                   tion	teaching	credential.	Students	who	plan	 to	 enter	a	special	
    First	Aid/	CPR	Training                                                           education	 teaching	 credential	 program	 at	 a	 4-year	 college	 or	
Early Childhood Intervention Teacher (41 units)                                       university	are	required	to	have	supervised	fieldwork	experience	
                                                                                      with	children	with	special	needs.	These	courses	and	certificate	
     A	Certificate	of	Achievement	is	granted	upon	completion	
                                                                                      provide	the	required	experience.
of	30	required	units	listed	under	Early	Childhood	Intervention	
Teacher	Associate	degree.                                                                   Required Courses: (14 units)
                                                                                            Early	Childhood	Education	45,	Children	with	Special	
Early Childhood Intervention Teacher (41 units)
                                                                                               Needs	(3)
     A	 Certificate	 of	 Achievement	 is	 granted	 upon	 comple-                            Education	20,	Exceptional	Children	in	School	(3)
tion	of	30	required	units	listed	under	Early	Childhood	Master	                              Education	24,	Paraeducator	Fieldwork	Experience	(5)
Teacher	Associate	degree.                                                                   Psychology	11,	Child	Growth	and	Development	(3)
                   Major requirements for transfer change frequently. Please access ASSIST at www.assist.org for the most up-to-date requirements.
                             For the most up-to-date AA and Certificate of Achievement requirements, visit www.smc.edu/articulation.
                      82       SANTA MONICA COLLEGE CATALOG 2011-2012


                    To Teach in a Licensed Early Childhood Center                                          Master Teacher
                        Each	 course	 must	 be	 completed	 with	 a	 grade	 of	 C	 or	                          Education Requirement:	24	units	ECE/CD	including	core	
                    higher.                                                                                        courses**	+16	GE	units*	+6	specialization	units;	+2	
                        Required Core Courses: (12 units)                                                          adult	supervision	units	
                        Early	Childhood	Education	2,	Principles	and	Practices	of	                              Experience Requirement: 350	days	of	3+	hours	per	day	
                            Teaching	Young	Children	(3)                                                            within	4	years,	including	at	least	100	days	of	supervis-
                                                                                                                   ing	adults
                        Early	Childhood	Education	11,	Child,	Family	and	
                                                                                                               Alternative Qualifications: B.A.	or	higher	w/	12	units	of	
                            Community	(3)
                                                                                                                   ECE,	+3	semester	units	of	supervised	field	exp.	in	ECE	
                        Early	Childhood	Education	5,	Math	and	Science	for	the	
                                                                                                                   setting;	or	CTC	approved	training
                            Young	Child	(3)	or	Early	Childhood	Education	8,	A	                                 Authorization:	May	provide	instruction	and	supervise	all	
                            Creative	Experience:	Art,	Music	and	Movement	(3)	or	                                   above	(Include.	Aide).	May	also	serve	as	coordinator	
                            Early	Childhood	Education	4,	Language	and	Literature	                                  of	curriculum	and	staff	development
                            for	the	Young	Child	(3)                                                            Five Year Renewal: 105	hrs.	of	professional	growth
                        Psychology	11,	Child	Growth	and	Development	(3)
                                                                                                           Site Supervisor
                        The	 State	 Department	 of	 Social	 Services	 requires	 certain	                        Education Requirement: Associate	degree	(or	60	units)	with	
                    educational	 standards	 as	 part	 of	 the	 licensing	 of	 child	 devel-                        24	ECE/CD	units	(including	core**);	+6	units	admin-
                    opment	 programs	 under	 their	 jurisdiction.	 Please	 refer	 to	 the	                         istration;	+2	units	adult	supervision
                    matrix	 below	 for	 state	 requirements.	 (Please	 consult	 with	                           Experience Requirement:	350	days	of	3+	hours	per	day	
                    Department	for	further	details).                                                               within	4	years,	including	at	least	100	days	of	supervis-
                                                                                                                   ing	adults
Areas of Emphasis




                    EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION/CHILD DEVELOPMENT                                                 Alternative Qualifications: B.A.	or	higher	with	12	units	of	
                    PERMIT MATRIX                                                                                  ECE,	+3	semester	units	of	supervised	field	exp.	in	ECE	
   Majors and




                                                                                                                   setting,	Teaching	or	Admin.	Credential***	with	12	
                          Please	 call	 the	 California	 Commission	 on	 Teacher	                                  units	of	ECE,	+3	units	supervised	field	exp.	in	ECE	set-
                    Credentialing	at	(888)	921-2682	or	go	to	www.ctc.ca.gov/creden-                                ting,	or	CTC	approved	training
                    tials/leaflets.html	for	more	information.                                                   Authorization:	May	supervise	single	site	program,	provide	
                    Assistant (optional)                                                                           instruction;	and	serve	as	coordinator	of	curriculum	
                                                                                                                   and	staff	development
                          Education Requirement:	6	units	of	Early	Childhood	
                                                                                                                Five Year Renewal: 105	hours	of	professional	growth
                             Education	(ECE)	or	Child	Development	(CD)
                          Experience Requirement:	None                                                     Program Director
                          Alternative Qualifications: Accredited	HERO	Program	                                  Education Requirement: B.A.	with	24	ECE/CD	units	
                             (including	ROP);	or	CTC	approved	training.                                            (Including	core**)	+6	units	admin.;	+2	units	adult	
                          Authorization:	Assist	in	the	instruction	of	children	under	                              supervision
                             supervision	of	Associate	Teacher	or	above.                                         Experience Requirement: Site	supervisor	status	and	one	pro-
                                                                                                                   gram	year	of	site	supervisor	experience	
                          Five Year Renewal:	105	hrs.	of	professional	growth
                                                                                                                Alternative Qualifications:	Teacher	or	Admin.	
                    Associate Teacher                                                                              Credential***	with	12	units	of	ECE	+3	units	super-
                         Education Requirement:	12	units	of	ECE/CD	including	core	                                 vised	field	exp.	in	ECE	setting;	or	CTC	approved	train-
                             courses**                                                                             ing
                         Experience Requirement: 50	days	of	3+	hours	per	day	                                   Authorization:	May	supervise	multiple	site	program;	pro-
                             within	2	years                                                                        vide	instruction;	and	serve	as	coordinator	of	curricu-
                                                                                                                   lum	and	staff	development
                         Alternative Qualifications: Child	Development	Associate	
                                                                                                                Five Year Renewal:	105	hours	of	professional	growth
                             (CDA)	Credential;	or	CTC	approved	training
                         Authorization: May	provide	instruction	and	supervise	                             *One course in each of the following general education categories
                             Assistant.                                                                    required: English, math and/or science, social science, humanities
                         Five Year Renewal:	Must	meet	teacher	requirements	within	                         and/or fine arts.
                             10	years.                                                                     **Core courses=Child Growth and Development, Child/Family/
                                                                                                           Community, and Programs/Curriculum.
                    Teacher                                                                                ***Holder of the Administrative Services Credential may serve as a
                        Education Requirement:	24	units	ECE/CD	including	core	                             site supervisor or Program Director.
                            courses**	+	16	GE	units*
                        Experience Requirement: 175	days	of	3+	hours	per	day	
                            within	4	years
                        Alternative Qualifications:	AA	or	higher	in	ECE	or	related	
                                                                                                           Economics
                            field	w/	3	semester	units	of	supervised	field	exp.	in	                              Economists	study	how	society	can	best	use	scarce	resources	
                            ECE	setting;	or	CTC-approved	training                                          such	 as	 land,	 raw	 materials,	 capital,	 and	 labor.	 They	 analyze	
                        Authorization:	May	provide	instruction	and	supervise	all	                          the	relationships	between	the	supply	of	goods	and	services	and	
                            above	(Include.	Aide)                                                          the	demand	for	them,	as	well	as	how	these	goods	and	services	
                        Five Year Renewal: 105	hrs.	of	professional	growth                                 are	 produced,	 distributed,	 and	 consumed.	 Some	 economists	
                                        Major requirements for transfer change frequently. Please access ASSIST at www.assist.org for the most up-to-date requirements.
                                                  For the most up-to-date AA and Certificate of Achievement requirements, visit www.smc.edu/articulation.
                                                                              SANTA MONICA COLLEGE CATALOG 2011-2012                                      83


work	on	public	issues	such	as	the	control	of	inflation,	business	                             General	 education	 requirements	 for	 the	 University	 of	
cycles,	unemployment,	wage,	tax,	and	tariff	policies.	Economics	                        California	and	California	State	University	and	other	local	uni-
is	widely	recognized	as	a	solid	background	for	a	career	in	busi-                        versities	 are	 available	 online	 at	 www.smc.edu/articulation	 and	
ness,	government,	law,	teaching	and	research.                                           listed	in	the	Academics	section	of	this	catalog.
      This	major	may	also	lead	to	many	other	careers.	For	addi-
tional	possibilities,	visit	the	Career	Services	Center	on	campus	
to	 utilize	 computerized	 career	 information	 systems	 and	 other	
valuable	career	resources.
                                                                                        Engineering
TRANSFER                                                                                      Engineers	apply	the	theories	and	principles	of	science	and	
                                                                                        mathematics	to	research	and	develop	economical	solutions	to	
      Students	planning	to	transfer	to	a	four-year	college	should	                      practical	 technical	 problems.	 Their	 work	 is	 the	 link	 between	
complete	the	lower-division	major	requirements	and	the	gen-
                                                                                        scientific	 discoveries	 and	 commercial	 applications.	 Engineers	
eral	 education	 pattern	 for	 the	 appropriate	 transfer	 institution.	
                                                                                        design	 products,	 the	 machinery	 to	 build	 those	 products,	 the	
Santa	 Monica	 College	 has	 articulation	 agreements	 for	 this	
                                                                                        factories	 in	 which	 those	 products	 are	 made,	 and	 the	 systems	
major	with	the	following	UC,	CSU,	private,	and	international	
                                                                                        that	 ensure	 the	 quality	 of	 the	 product	 and	 efficiency	 of	 the	
private	 institutions.	 Exact	 major	 requirements	 for	 these	 and	
                                                                                        workforce	 and	 manufacturing	 process.	 There	 are	 a	 variety	 of	
other	UC	and	CSU	campuses	can	be	found	online	at	www.assist.
                                                                                        engineering	fields:	electrical,	mechanical,	civil,	industrial,	aero-
org.	 Articulation	 agreements	 with	 private	 institutions	 can	 be	
                                                                                        nautical,	 chemical,	 materials,	 nuclear,	 petroleum	 and	 mining	
found	online	at	www.smc.edu/articulation.
                                                                                        engineering.
  • University of California, Berkeley                                                        This	major	may	also	lead	to	many	other	careers.	For	addi-
    B.A.	Economics                                                                      tional	possibilities,	visit	the	Career	Services	Center	on	campus	




                                                                                                                                                                   Areas of Emphasis
                                                                                        to	 utilize	 computerized	 career	 information	 systems	 and	 other	
  • University of California, Davis




                                                                                                                                                                      Majors and
                                                                                        valuable	career	resources.
    B.A.	Economics
  • University of California, Irvine                                                    TRANSFER
    B.A.	Business	Economics
                                                                                              Students	planning	to	transfer	to	a	four-year	college	should	
    B.A.	Economics
                                                                                        complete	the	lower-division	major	requirements	and	the	gen-
  • University of California, Los Angeles                                               eral	 education	 pattern	 for	 the	 appropriate	 transfer	 institution.	
    B.A.	Economics                                                                      Santa	 Monica	 College	 has	 articulation	 agreements	 for	 this	
    B.A.	Economics/Business                                                             major	 with	 the	 following	 UC,	 CSU,	 and	 private	 institutions.	
  • University of California, San Diego                                                 Exact	 major	 requirements	 for	 these	 and	 other	 UC	 and	 CSU	
    B.A.	Economics                                                                      campuses	 can	 be	 found	 online	 at	 www.assist.org.	 Articulation	
                                                                                        agreements	 with	 private	 institutions	 can	 be	 found	 online	 at	
  • University of California, Santa Barbara                                             www.smc.edu/articulation.
    B.A.	Economics
    B.A.	Business	Economics                                                                • University of California, Berkeley
    B.A.	Economics	Accounting                                                                B.S.	Bioengineering/Materials	Science	and	Engineering
                                                                                             B.S.	Chemical	Engineering	&	Nuclear	Engineering
  • California Polytechnic State University, San Luis                                        B.S.	Chemical	Engineering	and	Materials	Science	and	
    Obispo                                                                                      Engineering
    B.S.	Economics                                                                           B.S.	Computational	Engineering	Science
  • California State University, Los Angeles                                                 B.S.	Electrical	Engineering	&	Computer	Science/Materials	
    B.A.	Economics                                                                              Science	&	Engineering
                                                                                             B.S.	Electrical	Engineering	&	Computer	Science/Nuclear	
  • California State University, Northridge                                                     Engineering
    B.A.	Economics                                                                           B.S.	Industrial	Engineering	and	Operations	Research
    Santa	Monica	College	has	articulation	agreements	for	this	                               B.S.	Manufacturing	Engineering	and	Operations	Research
major	 (see	 www.smc.edu/articulation	 for	 exact	 requirements)	                            B.S.	Materials	Science	and	Engineering
with	the	following	private	and	out-of-state	institutions:                                    B.S.	Materials	Science	and	Engineering/Mechanical	
                                                                                                Engineering
  • John Cabot University, Rome, ITALY                                                       B.S.	Materials	Science	and	Engineering/Nuclear	
    Economics	and	Finance	(validated	by	University	of	Wales	                                    Engineering
       in	Business	Administration)
                                                                                             B.S.	Mechanical	Engineering/Nuclear	Engineering
    This	university	is	US	regionally	accredited.	See	www.
       smc.edu/articulation for	general	education	admission	                               • University California, Davis
       requirements.                                                                         B.S.	Aeronautical	Science	and	Engineering
                                                                                             B.S.	Biological	Engineering
  • Loyola Marymount University
                                                                                             B.S.	Biological	Systems	Engineering
    B.A./B.S.	Economics
                                                                                             B.S.	Chemical	Engineering
  • Mills College                                                                            B.S.	Chemical	Engineering/Materials	Science	and	
    B.A.	Political,	Legal	and	Economic	Analysis                                                 Engineering
                     Major requirements for transfer change frequently. Please access ASSIST at www.assist.org for the most up-to-date requirements.
                               For the most up-to-date AA and Certificate of Achievement requirements, visit www.smc.edu/articulation.
                      84        SANTA MONICA COLLEGE CATALOG 2011-2012


                           B.S.	Civil	Engineering                                                               B.A.,	B.S.	Mathematics
                           B.S.	Computer	Engineering                                                            B.S.E.	(B.S.	in	Engineering)	Mechanical	Engineering
                           B.S.	Computer	Science	and	Engineering                                                B.S.	Natural	Science
                           B.S.	Electrical	Engineering                                                          B.S.	Physics	or	Engineering	Physics
                           B.S.	Electrical/Materials	Engineering
                                                                                                              • Polytechnic University, New York
                      • University of California, Irvine                                                  	    	 For	all	engineering	programs,	please	see	www.poly.edu/
                        B.S.	Aerospace	Engineering                                                               admissions/undergrad/transferstudents/articulationagreements.
                        B.S.	Chemical	Engineering                                                                cfm	for	detailed	information.
                        B.S.	Computer	Engineering
                        B.S.	Electrical	Engineering                                                           • University of Southern California (USC)
                        B.S.	Engineering	(General)                                                              B.S.	Aerospace	Engineering
                                                                                                                B.S.	Astronautical/Engineering
                      • University of California, Los Angeles                                                   B.S.	Biomedical/Engineering
                        B.S.	Aerospace	Engineering                                                              B.S.	Biomedical	(Biochemical)	Engineering
                        B.S.	Chemical	Engineering                                                               B.S.	Biomedical	(Electrical)	Engineering
                        B.S.	Civil	Engineering                                                                  B.S.	Biomedical	(Mechanical)	Engineering
                        B.S.	Computer	Science	&	Engineering                                                     B.S.	Biomedical	(Biochemical)	Engineering
                        B.S.	Electrical	Engineering
                                                                                                                B.S.	Chemical	Engineering
                        B.S.	Mechanical	Engineering
                                                                                                                B.S.	Civil	Engineering
                      • University of California, Riverside                                                     B.S.	Computer	Science
                        B.S.	Chemical	Engineering                                                               B.S.	Computer	Engineering
Areas of Emphasis




                        Bioengineering	option                                                                   B.S.	Electrical	Engineering
                        Chemical	Engineering	option                                                             B.S.	Environmental	Engineering
   Majors and




                        B.S.	Electrical	Engineering                                                             B.S.	Mechanical	Engineering
                        B.S.	Environmental	Engineering
                        B.S.	Mechanical	Engineering
                      • University of California, San Diego
                        B.S.	Computer	Engineering
                                                                                                          English
                        B.S.	Electrical	Engineering
                                                                                                                English	majors	develop	written	and	spoken	mastery	of	the	
                      • California Polytechnic State University, San Luis                                 English	language,	creativity	of	thought,	and	an	appreciation	of	
                        Obispo                                                                            the	language’s	literature.	The	English	major	can	lead	to	a	career	
                        B.S.	Computer	Engineering                                                         in	teaching	at	all	levels.	Additional	careers	include	advertising	
                        B.S.	Electrical	Engineering                                                       copywriter,	editor,	foreign	correspondent,	literary	agent,	media	
                        B.S.	General	Engineering                                                          planner,	 reporter,	 fundraiser,	 paralegal,	 public	 administra-
                      • California State University, Los Angeles                                          tor,	 speechwriter,	 information	 abstractor/information	 indexer,	
                        B.S.	Civil	Engineering                                                            interpreter	&	translator.	
                        B.S.	Electrical	Engineering	                                                            This	major	may	also	lead	to	many	other	careers.	For	addi-
                        B.S.	Mechanical	Engineering                                                       tional	possibilities,	visit	the	Career	Services	Center	on	campus	
                      • California State University, Northridge                                           to	 utilize	 computerized	 career	 information	 systems	 and	 other	
                        B.S.	Civil	Engineering                                                            valuable	career	resources.
                        B.S.	Engineering
                        B.S.	Manufacturing	Systems	Engineering                                            TRANSFER
                        B.S.	Mechanical	Engineering                                                             Students	planning	to	transfer	to	a	four-year	college	should	
                        B.S.	Electrical	Engineering	                                                      complete	the	lower-division	major	requirements	and	the	gen-
                        B.S.	Computer	Engineering                                                         eral	 education	 pattern	 for	 the	 appropriate	 transfer	 institution.	
                        Santa	Monica	College	has	articulation	agreements	for	this	                        Santa	 Monica	 College	 has	 articulation	 agreements	 for	 this	
                    major	 (see	 www.smc.edu/articulation	 for	 exact	 requirements)	                     major	with	the	following	UC,	CSU,	private,	and	international	
                    with	the	following	private	and	out-of-state	institutions:                             institutions.	 Exact	 major	 requirements	 for	 these	 and	 other	
                                                                                                          UC	and	CSU	campuses	can	be	found	online	at	www.assist.org.	
                      • Loyola Marymount University                                                       Articulation	agreements	with	private	institutions	can	be	found	
                        B.A.,	B.S.	Applied	Mathematics                                                    online	at	www.smc.edu/articulation.
                        B.S.	Athletic	Training
                        B.S.	Biochemistry	                                                                    • University of California, Berkeley
                        B.S.	Biology	                                                                           B.S.	English
                        B.S.	Chemistry
                                                                                                              • University of California, Davis
                        B.S.E.	(B.S.	in	Engineering)	Civil	Engineering
                                                                                                                B.A.	English
                        B.S.	Computer	Science
                        B.S.E.	(B.S.	in	Engineering)	Electrical	Engineering                                   • University of California, Irvine
                        B.S.	Environmental	Science                                                              B.A.	English
                                       Major requirements for transfer change frequently. Please access ASSIST at www.assist.org for the most up-to-date requirements.
                                                 For the most up-to-date AA and Certificate of Achievement requirements, visit www.smc.edu/articulation.
                                                                             SANTA MONICA COLLEGE CATALOG 2011-2012                                       85


  • University of California, Los Angeles                                                    While	the	Entertainment	Technology	certificate	programs	
    B.A.	English                                                                       are	 designed	 as	 full-time	 programs,	 students	 may	 also	 attend	
                                                                                       part-time.	 Courses	 are	 available	 during	 the	 day	 and	 evenings	
  • University of California, San Diego
                                                                                       Monday	 through	 Friday	 and	 during	 the	 day	 on	 Saturday.	 For	
    B.A.	Literature	in	English
                                                                                       additional	information,	please	refer	to	www.academy.smc.edu.
  • University of California, Santa Barbara
                                                                                            The	 Entertainment	 Technology	 program	 currently	 offers	
    B.A.	English
                                                                                       comprehensive	 Certificates	 of	 Achievement	 in	 Animation	 and	
  • University of California, Santa Cruz                                               Digital	Media.
    B.A.	Literature
                                                                                       ASSOCIATE IN ARTS DEGREE – 60 UNITS
  • California State University, Fullerton
    B.A.	English	and	Comparative	Literature                                                  The	 Associate	 degree	 in	 Animation	 involves	 satisfactory	
                                                                                       completion	 of	 a	 minimum	 of	 60	 semester	 units	 with	 a	 C	
  • California State University, Long Beach
                                                                                       average	 or	 higher,	 including	 at	 least	 49	 semester	 units	 in	 the	
    B.A.	English
                                                                                       Animation	 area	 of	 emphasis	 (articulated	 below),	 fulfillment	
    Creative	Writing	option
                                                                                       of	 the	 Global	 Citizenship	 requirement,	 and	 fulfillment	 of	 all	
    English	Education	option
                                                                                       Santa	 Monica	 College	 general	 education	 requirements,	 CSU	
    World	Literature	option
                                                                                       GE,	or	IGETC.
  • California State University, Los Angeles
                                                                                            Catalog	rights	dictate	that	a	student	may	satisfy	the	require-
    B.A.	English
                                                                                       ments	for	a	degree	or	certificate	by	satisfactorily	completing	the	
    Single	Subject	Teaching	option
                                                                                       general	education	and	major/area	of	emphasis	requirements	in	
    Creative	Writing	option




                                                                                                                                                                   Areas of Emphasis
                                                                                       effect	at	any	time	during	the	student’s	continuous	enrollment.	
  • California State University, Northridge                                            Continuous	enrollment	is	defined	as	enrollment	in	consecutive	




                                                                                                                                                                      Majors and
    B.A.	Creative	Writing	option                                                       Fall	and	Spring	semesters	until	program	completion.
    B.A.	Literature;	Single	Subject	Credential;	Honors	options
                                                                                          At least 50% of the area of emphasis (major) units
    Santa	Monica	College	has	articulation	agreements	for	this	                         must be completed at Santa Monica College.
major	 (see	 www.smc.edu/articulation	 for	 exact	 requirements)	
                                                                                            Each	course	in	the	area	of	emphasis	(major)	must	be	com-
with	the	following	private	and	out-of-state	institutions:
                                                                                       pleted	with	a	grade	of	C	or	higher.
  • California College of the Arts
    Writing	and	Literature                                                             Animation (49 units)
                                                                                             The	Animation	Associate	degree	is	a	comprehensive	study	
  • John Cabot University, Rome, ITALY                                                 of	2D	and	3D	animation	techniques,	taking	four	semesters	of	
    English	Literature                                                                 full-time	study	to	complete.
    This	university	is	US	regionally	accredited.	See	www.
       smc.edu/articulation for	general	education	admission	                           Required Core Courses: (34 units)
       requirements.                                                                       Entertainment	Technology	2,	Storytelling	(3)
                                                                                           Entertainment	Technology	3,	Principles	of	Project	
  • Loyola Marymount University                                                                Management	(3)
    B.A.	English                                                                           Entertainment	Technology	18,	Storyboarding	(3)
  • Mills College                                                                          Entertainment	Technology	20,	Visual	Development	(3)
    B.A.	English,	Literature	emphasis                                                      Entertainment	Technology	24,	3D	Fundamentals	I	(4)
    B.A.	English,	Writing	emphasis                                                         Entertainment	Technology	31A,	Digital	Video	
                                                                                               Fundamentals	(3)
  • Mount Saint Mary’s College                                                             Entertainment	Technology	37,	Digital	Imaging	(3)
    B.A.	English                                                                           Entertainment	Technology	40,	Digital	Audio	
                                                                                               Fundamentals	(3)

Entertainment
                                                                                           Entertainment	Technology	61,	History	of	Animation	(3)
                                                                                           Entertainment	Technology	72,	Career	Exploration	(2)
                                                                                           Entertainment	Technology	91,	Perspective	Drawing	(2)
Technology                                                                                 Entertainment	Technology	94,	Color	Theory	(2)
                                                                                       Required Concentration; select one of the following areas: (total of 15
     The	mission	of	the	Entertainment	Technology	program	is	                           or 16 units as specified)
to	 provide	 students	 with	 a	 comprehensive	 and	 well	 rounded	                          GROUP	A:	2D	Animation	Concentration:	16	units
education	in	rapidly	evolving	media	fields.	The	Entertainment	                              Entertainment	Technology	19A,	Beginning	2D	Animation		
Technology	 curriculum	 is	 designed	 to	 meet	 the	 changing	                                 (3)
needs	of	the	entertainment	industry.	Entertainment	Technology	                              Entertainment	Technology	19B,	Advanced	2D	Animation	
courses	are	comprehensive	and	rigorous,	covering	areas	such	as	                                (3)
Animation,	 Game	 Development,	 Post-Production,	 and	 Visual	                              Entertainment	Technology	30,	Animation	Project	(4)
Effects.	 Students	 will	 develop	 professional	 portfolios,	 work	 in	                     Entertainment	Technology	34,	Web	Animation	I	(3)
teams,	 and	 may	 participate	 in	 internships	 with	 industry	 part-                       Entertainment	Technology	75,	Digital	Production	for	2D	
ners	when	available.	                                                                          Animation	(3)
                    Major requirements for transfer change frequently. Please access ASSIST at www.assist.org for the most up-to-date requirements.
                              For the most up-to-date AA and Certificate of Achievement requirements, visit www.smc.edu/articulation.
                      86        SANTA MONICA COLLEGE CATALOG 2011-2012


                           	or	                                                                                  Entertainment	Technology	18,	Storyboarding	(2)
                           GROUP	B:	3D	Animation	Concentration:	16	units                                         Entertainment	Technology	31A,	Digital	Video	
                           Entertainment	Technology	19A,	Beginning	2D	Animation		                                   Fundamentals	(3)
                              (3)                                                                                Entertainment	Technology	37,	Digital	Imaging	I	(3)
                           Entertainment	Technology	19B,	Advanced	2D	Animation	                                  Entertainment	Technology	40,	Digital	Audio	
                              (3)                                                                                   Fundamentals	(3)
                           Entertainment	Technology	24B,	3D	Character	Animation	                                 Entertainment	Technology	94,	Color	Theory	(2)
                              (3)                                                                                Film	Studies	1,	Introduction	to	Cinema	(3)
                           Entertainment	Technology	24C,	Advanced	3D	Character	
                              Animation	(3)                                                                Required Courses for Digital Media, Level 2:
                           Entertainment	Technology	30,	Animation	Project	(4)                                  Entertainment	Technology	31B,	Digital	Video	Editing	(3)
                           	or	                                                                                Entertainment	Technology	32,	Digital	Compositing	(3)
                           GROUP	C:	3D	Modeling	Concentration:	16	units                                        Entertainment	Technology	38,	Digital	Imaging	II	(3)
                           Entertainment	Technology	25,	3D	Modeling	and	Rigging	                               Entertainment	Technology	41,	Digital	Audio	Editing	(3)
                              (3)                                                                              Entertainment	Technology	58,	Motion	Graphics	I	(3)
                           Entertainment	Technology	25B,	3D	Character	Creation	                                Entertainment	Technology	59,	Motion	Graphics	II	(3)
                              (3)                                                                              Entertainment	Technology	60,	Post-Production	Project	
                           Entertainment	Technology	25C,	3D	Character	Rigging	(3)                                  (3)
                           Entertainment	Technology	26,	3D	Rendering	(3)                                   CERTIFICATES OF ACHIEVEMENT
                           Entertainment	Technology	30,	Animation	Project	(4)
                           	or	                                                                                 Catalog	rights	dictate	that	a	student	may	satisfy	the	require-
                           GROUP	D:	3D	Rendering	Concentration:	16	units                                   ments	for	a	degree	or	certificate	by	satisfactorily	completing	the	
Areas of Emphasis




                           Entertainment	Technology	25,	3D	Modeling	and	Rigging	                           general	education	and	major/area	of	emphasis	requirements	in	
                              (3)                                                                          effect	at	any	time	during	the	student’s	continuous	enrollment.	
   Majors and




                           Entertainment	Technology	26,	3D	Rendering	(3)                                   Continuous	enrollment	is	defined	as	enrollment	in	consecutive	
                           Entertainment	Technology	30,	Animation	Project	(4)                              Fall	and	Spring	semesters	until	program	completion.
                           Entertainment	Technology	32,	Digital	Compositing	(3)
                                                                                                               At least 50% of the required units for a Certificate of
                           Entertainment	Technology	38,	Digital	Imaging	II	(3)
                                                                                                           Achievement must be completed at Santa Monica College.
                           	or	
                           GROUP	E:	Digital	Effects	Concentration:	15	units                                     Students	must	receive	a	grade	of	C	or	higher	in	each	course	
                           Entertainment	Technology	32,	Digital	Compositing	(3)                            to	successfully	complete	a	Certificate	of	Achievement.
                           Entertainment	Technology	63,	Digital	Tracking	&	
                              Integration	(3)                                                              Animation (49 units)
                           Entertainment	Technology	64,	Digital	Effects	I	(3)                                    The	Certificate	of	Achievement	in	Animation	is	a	compre-
                           Entertainment	Technology	65,	Digital	Effects	II	(3)                             hensive	study	of	2D	and	3D	animation	production	techniques,	
                           Entertainment	Technology	80,	Digital	Effects	Project	(3)                        taking	four	semesters	of	full-time	study	to	complete.	This	cer-
                           	or	                                                                            tificate	is	granted	upon	completion	of	49	required	units	listed	
                           GROUP	F:	3D	Game	Design	Concentration:	16	units                                 in	the	Animation	Associate	degree.
                           Entertainment	Technology	15,	Beginning	3D	Level	
                              Design	(3)                                                                   Digital Media, Level 1 (22 units)
                           Entertainment	Technology	17,	Advanced	3D	Level	Design	                               The	 purpose	 of	 the	 Digital	 Media,	 Level	 1	 Certificate	 of	
                              (3)                                                                          Achievement	is	to	provide	students	with	a	comprehensive	foun-
                           Entertainment	Technology	42,	Principles	of	Game	                                dation	in	digital	media	tools.	The	certificate	also	focuses	on	tra-
                              Development	(3)                                                              ditional	techniques	of	storytelling	and	visual	communication.
                           Entertainment	Technology	44,	Game	Design/Play	                                       This	certificate	is	granted	upon	completion	of	22	required	
                              Mechanics	(3)                                                                units	listed	in	the	Digital	Media,	Level	1	Associate	degree.
                           Entertainment	Technology	49,	Game	Development	                                  Required Courses for Digital Media, Level 1:
                              Project	(4)                                                                      Entertainment	Technology	2,	Storytelling	(3)
                    Digital Media, Level 2 (43 units)                                                          Entertainment	Technology	3,	Principles	of	Project	
                         Focusing	 on	 the	 design	 and	 implementation	 of	 digital	                              Management	(3)
                    media	for	the	entertainment	industry,	the	Digital	Media,	Level	2	                          Entertainment	Technology	18,	Storyboarding	(2)
                    Associate	degree	covers	a	range	of	audio	and	video	production	                             Entertainment	Technology	31A,	Digital	Video	
                    and	post-production	techniques.                                                                Fundamentals	(3)
                         This	Associate	degree	requires	that	students	first	complete	                          Entertainment	Technology	37,	Digital	Imaging	I	(3)
                    all	of	the	Digital	Media,	Level	1	coursework	in	addition	to	the	                           Entertainment	Technology	40,	Digital	Audio	
                    required	courses	for	Digital	Media,	Level	2:	(for	Level	1	require-                             Fundamentals	(3)
                    ments,	see	Certificates	of	Achievement,	below).                                            Entertainment	Technology	94,	Color	Theory	(2)
                                                                                                               Film	Studies	1,	Introduction	to	Cinema	(3)
                    Required Courses for Digital Media, Level 1:
                        Entertainment	Technology	2,	Storytelling	(3)                                       Digital Media, Level 2 (43 units)
                        Entertainment	Technology	3,	Principles	of	Project	                                     Focusing	 on	 the	 design	 and	 implementation	 of	 digital	
                            Management	(3)                                                                 media	for	the	entertainment	industry,	the	Digital	Media,	Level	
                                        Major requirements for transfer change frequently. Please access ASSIST at www.assist.org for the most up-to-date requirements.
                                                  For the most up-to-date AA and Certificate of Achievement requirements, visit www.smc.edu/articulation.
                                                                            SANTA MONICA COLLEGE CATALOG 2011-2012                                   87


2	Certificate	of	Achievement	covers	a	range	of	audio	and	video	                             Entertainment	Technology	65,	Digital	Effects	II	(3)
production	and	post-production	techniques.	This	Certificate	of	                             Entertainment	Technology	80,	Digital	Effects	Project	(3)
Achievement	 is	 granted	 upon	 completion	 of	 the	 43	 required	
                                                                                      Game Design (16 units)
units	listed	in	the	Digital	Media,	Level	2	Associate	degree.
                                                                                         Entertainment	Technology	15,	Beginning	3D	Level	
                                                                                            Design	(3)
DEPARTMENT CERTIFICATES
                                                                                         Entertainment	Technology	17,	Advanced	3D	Level	Design	
    The	 Design	 Technology	 department	 offers	 a	 Digital	                                (3)
Foundation	Certificate	of	Completion	upon	completion	of	the	                             Entertainment	Technology	42,	Principles	of	Game	
required	courses	listed	below.                                                              Development	(3)
                                                                                         Entertainment	Technology	44,	Game	Design/Play	
     Catalog	rights	dictate	that	a	student	may	satisfy	the	require-
                                                                                            Mechanics	(3)
ments	for	a	degree	or	certificate	by	satisfactorily	completing	the	
                                                                                         Entertainment	Technology	49,	Game	Development	
general	education	and	major/area	of	emphasis	requirements	in	
                                                                                            Project	(4)
effect	at	any	time	during	the	student’s	continuous	enrollment.	
Continuous	enrollment	is	defined	as	enrollment	in	consecutive	
                                                                                      SUGGESTED ANIMATION CERTIFICATE OF ACHIEVEMENT
Fall	and	Spring	semesters	until	program	completion.
                                                                                      SEQUENCE (49-50 UNITS)
    At least 50% of the required units for a Department
Certificate must be completed at Santa Monica College.                                SEMESTER	1
                                                                                      	 	 ET	2,	Storytelling	(3)
     Students	must	receive	a	grade	of	C	or	higher	in	each	course	                     	 	 ET	18,	Digital	Storyboarding	(3)
to	successfully	complete	a	Department	Certificate.                                    	 	 ET	24,	3D	Fundamentals	(4)
2D Animation (16 units)                                                               	 	 ET	91,	Perspective	Drawing	(2)




                                                                                                                                                          Areas of Emphasis
    Entertainment	Technology	19,	Beginning	2D	Animation	                              	 	 ET	94,	Color	Theory	(2)




                                                                                                                                                             Majors and
       (3)                                                                            INTERSESSION	1
    Entertainment	Technology	19B,	Advanced	2D	Animation	                              	 	 ET	61,	History	of	Animation	(3)
       (3)
    Entertainment	Technology	30,	Animation	Project	(4)                                SEMESTER	2
    Entertainment	Technology	34,	Web	Animation	I	(3)                                  	 	 ET	31A,	Digital	Video	Fundamentals	(3)
    Entertainment	Technology	75,	Digital	Production	for	2D	                           	 	 ET	37,	Digital	Imaging	for	Design	(3)
       Animation	(3)                                                                      And one of the following concentrations:
                                                                                      	 	 GROUP	A	CONCENTRATION:
3D Animation (16 units)                                                               	      ET	19A,	Beginning	2D	Animation	(3)
    Entertainment	Technology	19,	Beginning	2D	Animation	                              	      ET	34,	Web	Animation	1	(3)
       (3)                                                                                	 or	
    Entertainment	Technology	19B,	Advanced	2D	Animation	                              	 	 GROUP	B	CONCENTRATION:
       (3)                                                                            	      ET	19A,	Beginning	2D	Animation	(3)
    Entertainment	Technology	24B,	3D	Character	Animation	                             	      ET	24B,	3D	Character	Animation	1	(3)
       (3)                                                                                	 or	
    Entertainment	Technology	24C,	Advanced	3D	Character	                              	 	 GROUP	C	CONCENTRATION:
       Animation	(3)                                                                  	      ET	25,	3D	Modeling	(3)
    Entertainment	Technology	30,	Animation	Project	(4)                                    	 or	
3D Modeling (16 units)                                                                	 	 GROUP	D	CONCENTRATION:
    Entertainment	Technology	25,	3D	Modeling	and	Rigging	                             	      ET	25,	3D	Modeling	(3)
       (3)                                                                            	      ET	32,	Digital	Compositing	(3)
    Entertainment	Technology	25B,	3D	Character	Creation	                                  	 or	
       (3)                                                                            	 	 GROUP	E	CONCENTRATION:
    Entertainment	Technology	25C,	3D	Character	Rigging	(3)                            	      ET	32,	Digital	Compositing	(3)
    Entertainment	Technology	26,	3D	Rendering	(3)                                     	      ET	64,	Digital	Effects	1	(3)
    Entertainment	Technology	30,	Animation	Project	(4)                                    	 or	
                                                                                      	 	 GROUP	F	CONCENTRATION:
3D Rendering (16 units)
                                                                                      	      ET	15,	Beginning	3D	Level	Design	(3)
    Entertainment	Technology	25,	3D	Modeling	and	Rigging	                             	      ET	42,	Principles	of	Game	Development	(3)
       (3)
    Entertainment	Technology	26,	3D	Rendering	(3)                                     INTERSESSION	2
    Entertainment	Technology	30,	Animation	Project	(4)                                	 	 ET	3,	Project	Management	(3)
    Entertainment	Technology	32,	Digital	Compositing	(3)
                                                                                      SEMESTER	3
    Entertainment	Technology	38,	Digital	Imaging	II	(3)
                                                                                      	 	 ET	20,	Visual	Development	(3)
Digital Effects (15 units)                                                            	 	 ET	40,	Digital	Audio	Fundamentals	(3)
    Entertainment	Technology	32,	Digital	Compositing	(3)                                  And one of the following concentrations:
    Entertainment	Technology	63,	Digital	Tracking	and	                                	 	 GROUP	A	CONCENTRATION:
        Integration	(3)                                                               	      ET	19B,	Advanced	2D	Animation	(3)
    Entertainment	Technology	64,	Digital	Effects	I	(3)                                	      ET	75,	Digital	Production	for	2D	Animation	(3)
                   Major requirements for transfer change frequently. Please access ASSIST at www.assist.org for the most up-to-date requirements.
                             For the most up-to-date AA and Certificate of Achievement requirements, visit www.smc.edu/articulation.
                        88      SANTA MONICA COLLEGE CATALOG 2011-2012


                           	 or	                                                                            social	systems,	and	the	ideological	foundations	of	humankind’s	
                    	    	 GROUP	B	CONCENTRATION:                                                           attitudes	 and	 behaviors	 with	 respect	 to	 their	 ever-changing	
                    	        ET	19B,	Advanced	2D	Animation	(3)                                              environments.	This	program	is	designed	to	prepare	students	to	
                    	        ET	24C,	3D	Character	Animation	(3)                                             research,	analyze,	and	propose	solutions	to	the	myriad	environ-
                           	 or	                                                                            mental	challenges	facing	the	world	today.
                    	    	 GROUP	C	CONCENTRATION:
                    	        ET	25B,	3D	Character	Creation	(3)                                                   The	Environmental	Studies	Associate	degree	correlates	with	
                    	        ET	25C,	3D	Character	Rigging	(3)                                               some	of	the	lower	division	courses	required	to	transfer	into	an	
                           	 or	                                                                            Environmental	 Studies	 Program	 at	 several	 four-year	 institu-
                    	    	 GROUP	D	CONCENTRATION:                                                           tions	as	well	as	a	broad	education	for	transfer	in	related	disci-
                    	        ET	26,	3D	Rendering	(3)                                                        plines.	 The	 Environmental	 Studies	 Certificate	 of	 Achievement	
                    	        ET	38,	Digital	Imaging	for	Design	2	(3)                                        demonstrates	 completion	 of	 all	 required	 coursework	 in	 the	
                           	 or	                                                                            Environmental	Studies	area	of	emphasis.
                    	    	 GROUP	E	CONCENTRATION:
                                                                                                                These	 majors	 may	 also	 lead	 to	 many	 other	 careers.	 For	
                    	        ET	63,	Digital	Tracking	and	Integration	(3)
                                                                                                            additional	 possibilities,	 visit	 the	 Career	 Services	 Center	 on	
                    	        ET	65,	Digital	Effects	2	(3)
                                                                                                            campus	to	utilize	computerized	career	information	systems	and	
                           	 or	
                                                                                                            other	valuable	career	resources.
                    	    	 GROUP	F	CONCENTRATION:
                    	        ET	17,	Advanced	3D	Level	Design	(3)
                    	        ET	44,	Game	Design/Play	Mechanics	(3)                                          TRANSFER

                    INTERSESSION	3                                                                                Students	planning	to	transfer	to	a	four-year	college	should	
                                                                                                            complete	the	lower-division	major	requirements	and	the	gen-
Areas of Emphasis




                    	 	 ET	72,	Career	Development	(2)
                                                                                                            eral	 education	 pattern	 for	 the	 appropriate	 transfer	 institution.	
                    SEMESTER	4
   Majors and




                                                                                                            Santa	 Monica	 College	 has	 articulation	 agreements	 for	 this	
                    	 	 GROUP	A-D	CONCENTRATION:                                                            major	 with	 the	 following	 UC,	 CSU,	 and	 private	 institutions.	
                    	     ET	30,	Animation	Project	(4)                                                      Exact	 major	 requirements	 for	 these	 and	 other	 UC	 and	 CSU	
                        	 or	                                                                               campuses	 can	 be	 found	 online	 at	 www.assist.org.	 Articulation	
                    	 	 GROUP	E	CONCENTRATION:                                                              agreements	 with	 private	 institutions	 can	 be	 found	 online	 at	
                    	     ET	80,	Digital	Effects	Project	(3)
                                                                                                            www.smc.edu/articulation.
                        	 or	
                    	 	 GROUP	F	CONCENTRATION:                                                                 • University of California, Berkeley
                    	     ET	49,	Game	Development	Project	(4)                                                    B.A.	Environmental	Economics	and	Policy
                                                                                                                 B.S.	Environmental	Economics	and	Policy

                    Environmental
                                                                                                                 B.S.	Environmental	Engineering	Science
                                                                                                                 Environmental	Science,	Policy,	and	Management	(ESPM)
                                                                                                                 B.A./B.S.	Environmental	Sciences.	Students	select	an	
                    Science/Studies –                                                                               emphasis	in	one	of	three	disciplinary	fields:	Biological	
                                                                                                                    Sciences,	Physical	Sciences	or	Social	Sciences.
                    Transfer                                                                                   • University of California, Davis
                                                                                                                 B.S.	Environmental	Science	and	Management
                          The	 Environmental Science Program is	 an	 interdisciplinary	                          B.S.	Environmental	Horticulture	and	Urban	Forestry
                    and	 multidisciplinary	 course	 of	 study	 that	 presents	 an	 over-                         B.S.	Environmental	Policy	Analysis	&	Planning
                    view	 of	 ecological	 issues	 from	 a	 scientific	 perspective.	 With	 a	                    B.S.	Environmental	Toxicology
                    broad	 foundation	 across	 the	 natural	 sciences,	 the	 coursework	
                                                                                                               • University of California, Irvine
                    examines	 the	 interrelated	 nature	 of	 environmental	 and	 social	
                    systems.	 This	 program	 is	 designed	 to	 equip	 students	 with	 the	                       Environmental	Analysis	and	Design
                    skills	and	tools	to	successfully	use	the	scientific	method	while	                            Environmental	Engineering
                    studying	and	solving	environmental	problems.                                               • University of California, Los Angeles
                          The	 Environmental	 Science	 Associate	 degree	 correlates	                            B.A.	Earth	and	Environmental	Studies
                    with	 some	 of	 the	 lower-division	 courses	 required	 to	 trans-                           B.S.	Earth	&	Environmental	Science
                    fer	 into	 Environmental	 Science	 or	 Environmental	 Studies	                               Environmental	Engineering
                    Programs	 at	 several	 four-year	 institutions	 as	 well	 as	 a	 broad	                    • University of California, Santa Barbara
                    education	for	transfer	in	related	disciplines.	The	Environmental	                            B.A.	Environmental	Studies
                    Science	 Certificate	 of	 Achievement	 demonstrates	 completion	                             B.S.	Environmental	Studies
                    of	 all	 required	 coursework	 in	 the	 Environmental	 Science	 area	
                    of	emphasis.                                                                               • University of California, Santa Cruz
                                                                                                                 B.A.	Environmental	Studies
                         The	 Environmental Studies Program is	 an	 interdisciplinary	
                    and	 multidisciplinary	 course	 of	 study	 that	 presents	 a	 broad	                       • California State University, Long Beach
                    overview	 of	 ecological	 issues	 from	 a	 variety	 of	 perspectives.	                       B.A.	Environmental	Science	and	Policy
                    The	 coursework	 examines	 the	 interplay	 between	 natural	 and	                            B.S.	Environmental	Science	and	Policy
                                         Major requirements for transfer change frequently. Please access ASSIST at www.assist.org for the most up-to-date requirements.
                                                   For the most up-to-date AA and Certificate of Achievement requirements, visit www.smc.edu/articulation.
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  • San Francisco State University                                                            Geography	20,	Introduction	to	Geographic	Information	
    B.A.	Environmental	Studies                                                                  Systems	(3)	(same	as	Geographic	Information	Systems	
    B.S.	Environmental	Studies                                                                  20)
    Earth	Environmental	Science	concentration                                                 Geography	35F,	Field	Study:	California	(1)
    Natural	Resources	Management	and	Conservation	con-                                        Geography	35S,	Geography	Field	Studies	(1)
       centration                                                                             Geology	35,	Field	Studies:	California	(1-3)
                                                                                              Zoology	20,	Vertebrate	Field	Studies	(3)
    Santa	Monica	College	has	articulation	agreements	for	this	
major	 (see	 www.smc.edu/articulation	 for	 exact	 requirements)	                             Ecology/Physical Science/Natural Science: (4 units)
with	the	following	private	and	out-of-state	institutions:                                     Biology	3,	Fundamentals	of	Biology	(4)
                                                                                              Biology	15,	Marine	Biology	with	Laboratory	(4)
  • Loyola Marymount University
                                                                                              Biology	21,	Cell	Biology	and	Evolution	(4)
    B.S.	Environmental	Science
                                                                                              Botany	1,	General	Botany	(4)
  • Mills College                                                                             Zoology	5,	Introductory	Zoology	(4)
    B.A.	Environmental	Science
                                                                                              Physical Science: Chemistry (5 units)
                                                                                              Chemistry	10,	Introductory	General	Chemistry	(5)
ASSOCIATE DEGREE – 60 UNITS                                                                   Chemistry	11,	General	Chemistry	I	(5)
      The	 Associate	 degree	 in	 Environmental	 Science	 involves	                           Physical Science: Physics (4 units)
satisfactory	 completion	 of	 a	 minimum	 of	 60	 semester	 units	                            Physics	6,	General	Physics	(4)
with	a	C	average	or	higher,	including	at	least	39	semester	units	                             Physics	7,	General	Physics	(4)
in	 the	 Environmental	 Science	 area	 of	 emphasis	 (articulated	                            Physics	8,	General	Physics	with	Calculus	(4)




                                                                                                                                                            Areas of Emphasis
below),	 fulfillment	 of	 the	 Global	 Citizenship	 requirement,	                             Physics	14,	Introductory	Physics	with	Laboratory	(4)
and	fulfillment	of	all	Santa	Monica	College	general	education	




                                                                                                                                                               Majors and
requirements,	CSU	GE,	or	IGETC.                                                               Earth Science: (3 units)
                                                                                              Geography	1,	Introduction	to	Natural	Environmental	(3)
     Catalog	rights	dictate	that	a	student	may	satisfy	the	require-                           Geography	3,	Weather	and	Climate	(3)
ments	for	a	degree	or	certificate	by	satisfactorily	completing	the	                           Geography	5,	Physical	Geography	with	Laboratory	(4)
general	education	and	major/area	of	emphasis	requirements	in	                                 Geology	1,	Introduction	to	Physical	Geology	(No	
effect	at	any	time	during	the	student’s	continuous	enrollment.	                                  Laboratory)	(3)
Continuous	enrollment	is	defined	as	enrollment	in	consecutive	                                Geology	4,	Physical	Geology	with	Laboratory	(4)
Fall	and	Spring	semesters	until	program	completion.                                           Geology	31,	Introduction	to	Physical	Oceanography	(3)
   At least 50% of the area of emphasis (major) units                                         Mathematics: (8 units required, as specified)
must be completed at Santa Monica College.                                                    Math	28,	Calculus	1	for	Business	and	Social	Science	
     Each	course	in	the	area	of	emphasis	(major)	must	be	com-                                   (5)	and	Math	29,	Calculus	2	for	Business	and	Social	
pleted	with	a	grade	of	C	or	higher.                                                             Science	(3)	or
                                                                                              Math	7,	Calculus	1	(5)	and	Math	8,	Calculus	2	(5)
Environmental Science (39 units)
                                                                                              Social Science: (6 units required, as specified)
     Program Learning Outcomes: After	 completing	 the	                                       GROUP	A:	
program	in	Environmental	Science,	students	will	demonstrate	                                  Select one course from the following:
through	 oral	 and	 written	 work	 a	 familiarity	 with	 both	 gov-                           Economics	1,	Principles	of	Microeconomics	(3)
ernmental	 and	 non-governmental	 efforts	 focused	 on	 environ-                              Economics	2,	Principles	of	Macroeconomics	(3)
mental	 issues	 and	 be	 prepared	 to	 pursue	 further	 study	 in	 an	                        Political	Science	1,	National	and	California	Government	
Environmental	 Science	 program	 (or	 related	 field	 of	 study)	 at	                            (3)
the	baccalaureate	level.	In	addition	students	will	be	proficient	                             GROUP	B:
in	the	research,	analytical,	and	communication	skills	necessary	                              Select one course from the following:
to	 present	 a	 critical	 analysis	 of	 the	 interplay	 between	 natural	                     Anthropology	2,	Cultural	Anthropology	(3)
and	social	systems,	the	attitudes	and	behaviors	that	impact	and	                              Environmental	Science	20,	Environmental	Ethics	(3)	
affect	the	environment,	and	proposed	solutions	to	the	myriad	                                    (same	as	Philosophy	20)
environmental	challenges	facing	the	world	today.                                              Environmental	Science	40,	Environmental	Psychology	(3)	
                                                                                                 (same	as	Psychology	40)
     Required Core Courses: (6 units)
                                                                                              Geography	2,	Introduction	to	Human	Geography	(3)
     Biology	9,	Environmental	Biology	(3)
                                                                                              Geography	8,	Introduction	to	Urban	Studies	(3)	(same	as	
     Environmental	Studies	7,	Introduction	to	Environmental	
                                                                                                 Urban	Studies	8)
        Studies	(3)	(same	as	Geography	7)
                                                                                              Geography	11,	World	Geography	(3)
     Field Studies/Applied: (3 units minimum)                                                 Geography	14,	Geography	of	California	(3)
     Biology	45A-Z,	Field	Studies	in	Natural	History	(0.5-3)                                  Political	Science	22,	Environmental	Politics	and	Policies	
     Biology	46A-Z,	Field	Studies	in	Natural	History	(0.5-3)                                     (3)
     Botany	3,	Field	Botany	(4)                                                               Psychology	1,	General	Psychology	(3)
     Environmental	Studies	88A-C,	Independent	Studies	in	                                     Sociology	1,	Introduction	to	Sociology	(3)	or Sociology	1	
         Environmental	Studies	(1-3)                                                             S,	Introduction	to	Sociology-Service	Learning	(3)
                     Major requirements for transfer change frequently. Please access ASSIST at www.assist.org for the most up-to-date requirements.
                               For the most up-to-date AA and Certificate of Achievement requirements, visit www.smc.edu/articulation.
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                           Sociology	2,	Social	Problems	(3)	or Sociology	2	S,	Social	                             Geology	31,	Introduction	to	Physical	Oceanography	(3)
                              Problems-Service	Learning	(3)
                                                                                                                  Social Science: (6 units required, as specified)
                    Environmental Studies (24 units)                                                              GROUP	A:	
                                                                                                                  Select one course from the following:
                         Program Learning Outcomes: After	 completing	 the	                                       Economics	1,	Principles	of	Microeconomics	(3)
                    program	in	Environmental	Studies,	students	will	demonstrate	                                  Economics	2,	Principles	of	Macroeconomics	(3)
                    through	 oral	 and	 written	 work	 a	 familiarity	 with	 both	 gov-                           Political	Science	1,	National	and	California	Government	
                    ernmental	 and	 non-governmental	 efforts	 focused	 on	 environ-                                 (3)
                    mental	 issues	 and	 be	 prepared	 to	 pursue	 further	 study	 in	 an	                        GROUP	B:
                    Environmental	 Studies	 program	 (or	 related	 field	 of	 study)	 at	                         Select one course from the following:
                    the	baccalaureate	level.	In	addition,	students	will	be	proficient	                            Anthropology	2,	Cultural	Anthropology	(3)
                    in	the	research,	analytical,	and	communication	skills	necessary	                              Environmental	Science	20,	Environmental	Ethics	(3)	
                    to	 present	 a	 critical	 analysis	 of	 the	 interplay	 between	 natural	                        (same	as	Philosophy	20)
                    and	social	systems,	the	attitudes	and	behaviors	that	impact	and	                              Environmental	Science	40,	Environmental	Psychology	(3)	
                    affect	the	environment,	and	proposed	solutions	to	the	myriad	                                    (same	as	Psychology	40)
                    environmental	challenges	facing	the	world	today.                                              Geography	2,	Introduction	to	Human	Geography	(3)
                           Required Core Courses: (6 units)                                                       Geography	8,	Introduction	to	Urban	Studies	(3)	(same	as	
                           Biology	9,	Environmental	Biology	(3)                                                      Urban	Studies	8)
                           Environmental	Studies	7,	Introduction	to	Environmental	                                Geography	11,	World	Geography	(3)
                              Studies	(3)	(same	as	Geography	7)                                                   Geography	14,	Geography	of	California	(3)
                                                                                                                  Political	Science	22,	Environmental	Politics	and	Policies	
                           Select one course from the following:
Areas of Emphasis




                                                                                                                     (3)
                           Environmental	Science	20,	Environmental	Ethics	(3)	                                    Psychology	1,	General	Psychology	(3)
   Majors and




                              (same	as	Philosophy	20)                                                             Sociology	1,	Introduction	to	Sociology	(3)	or Sociology	1	
                           Environmental	Science	40,	Environmental	Psychology	(3)	                                   S,	Introduction	to	Sociology-Service	Learning	(3)
                              (same	as	Psychology	40)                                                             Sociology	2,	Social	Problems	(3)	or Sociology	2	S,	Social	
                           Political	Science	22,	Environmental	Politics	and	Policies	                                Problems-Service	Learning	(3)
                              (3)
                                                                                                            CERTIFICATES OF ACHIEVEMENT
                           Field Studies/Applied: (3 units)
                           Biology	45A-Z,	Field	Studies	in	Natural	History	(0.5-3)                               Catalog	rights	dictate	that	a	student	may	satisfy	the	require-
                           Biology	46A-Z,	Field	Studies	in	Natural	History	(0.5-3)                          ments	for	a	degree	or	certificate	by	satisfactorily	completing	the	
                           Botany	3,	Field	Botany	(4)                                                       general	education	and	major/area	of	emphasis	requirements	in	
                           Environmental	Studies	88A-C,	Independent	Studies	in	                             effect	at	any	time	during	the	student’s	continuous	enrollment.	
                               Environmental	Studies	(1-3)                                                  Continuous	enrollment	is	defined	as	enrollment	in	consecutive	
                           Geography	20,	Introduction	to	Geographic	Information	                            Fall	and	Spring	semesters	until	program	completion.
                               Systems	(3)	(same	as	Geographic	Information	Systems	
                                                                                                                At least 50% of the required units for a Certificate of
                               20)
                                                                                                            Achievement must be completed at Santa Monica College.
                           Geography	35F,	Field	Study:	California	(1)
                           Geography	35S,	Geography	Field	Studies	(1)                                            Students	must	receive	a	grade	of	C	or	higher	in	each	course	
                           Geology	35,	Field	Studies:	California	(1-3)                                      to	successfully	complete	a	Certificate	of	Achievement.
                           Zoology	20,	Vertebrate	Field	Studies	(3)
                                                                                                            Environmental Science (39 units)
                           Ecology/Physical Science/Natural Science: (3 units)                                   A	 Certificate	 of	 Achievement	 in	 Environmental	 Science	
                           Biology	3,	Fundamentals	of	Biology	(4)                                           is	granted	upon	completion	of	39	required	units	listed	on	the	
                           Biology	15,	Marine	Biology	with	Laboratory	(4)                                   Environmental	Science	Associate	degree.
                           Biology	15N,	Marine	Biology	(No-Laboratory	(3)
                           Biology	21,	Cell	Biology	and	Evolution	(4)                                       Environmental Studies (24 units)
                           Botany	1,	General	Botany	(4)                                                         A	Certificate	of	Achievement	in	Environmental	Studies	is	
                           Chemistry	9,	Everyday	Chemistry	(5)                                              granted	 upon	 completion	 of	 39	 required	 units	 listed	 on	 the	
                           Chemistry	10,	Introductory	General	Chemistry	(5)                                 Environmental	Studies	Associate	degree.
                           Physics	6,	General	Physics	(4)
                           Physics	8,	General	Physics	with	Calculus	(4)
                           Physics	14,	Introductory	Physics	with	Laboratory	(4)                             Ethnic Studies
                           Zoology	5,	Introductory	Zoology	(4)
                                                                                                                 Programs	in	Ethnic	Studies	are	designed	to	help	students	
                           Earth Science: (3 units)                                                         study	 different	 cultures	 and	 societies	 of	 the	 world.	 These	 pro-
                           Geography	1,	Introduction	to	Natural	Environmental	(3)                           grams	 include	 the	 study	 of	 the	 history,	 politics,	 religion,	 lan-
                           Geography	3,	Weather	and	Climate	(3)                                             guages,	and	culture	of	different	areas.	The	aim	of	Ethnic	Studies	
                           Geography	5,	Physical	Geography	with	Laboratory	(4)                              programs	 is	 to	 broaden	 the	 awareness	 and	 understanding	 of	
                           Geology	1,	Introduction	to	Physical	Geology	(No	                                 one	or	more	ethnic	groups	and	their	contribution	to	American	
                              Laboratory)	(3)                                                               culture.	 Ethnic	 Studies	 programs	 are	 usually	 interdisciplinary:	
                           Geology	4,	Physical	Geology	with	Laboratory	(4)                                  The	historical,	cultural,	social,	political,	economic,	psychologi-
                                         Major requirements for transfer change frequently. Please access ASSIST at www.assist.org for the most up-to-date requirements.
                                                   For the most up-to-date AA and Certificate of Achievement requirements, visit www.smc.edu/articulation.
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cal,	and	literary	patterns	and	contributions	of	ethnic	groups	are	                            Communication	10,	Journalism,	Gender,	and	Race	(3)
studied.	                                                                                     Early	Childhood	Education	18,	Childhood:	Culture	and	
      This	major	may	also	lead	to	many	other	careers.	For	addi-                                  Personality	(3)	(same	as	Psychology	18)
tional	possibilities,	visit	the	Career	Services	Center	on	campus	
                                                                                              Film	Studies	7,	American	Cinema:	Crossing	Cultures	(3)
for	 access	 to	 computerized	 career	 information	 systems	 and	
other	valuable	career	resources.                                                              Geography	2,	Introduction	to	Human	Geography	(3)
                                                                                              Geography	14,	Geography	of	California	(3)
ASSOCIATE DEGREE – 60 UNITS                                                                   Nutrition	7,	Food	and	Culture	in	America	(3)
     The	Associate	degree	in	Ethnic	Studies	involves	satisfactory	                            Psychology	18,	Childhood:	Culture	and	Personality	(3)	
completion	of	a	minimum	of	60	semester	units	with	a	C	aver-                                      (same	as	Early	Childhood	Education	18)
age	or	higher,	including	at	least	24	semester	units	in	the	Ethnic	                            Sociology	1,	Introduction	to	Sociology	(3)	or	Sociology	
Studies	area	of	emphasis	(articulated	below),	fulfillment	of	the	                                1S,	Introduction	to	Sociology–Service	Learning	(3)
Global	 Citizenship	 requirement,	 and	 fulfillment	 of	 all	 Santa	
                                                                                              Speech	4,	Oral	Interpretation:	Performing	Literature	
Monica	 College	 general	 education	 requirements,	 CSU	 GE,	 or	
IGETC.                                                                                           Across	Cultures	(3)
                                                                                              Speech	7,	Intercultural	communication	(3)
     Catalog	rights	dictate	that	a	student	may	satisfy	the	require-
ments	for	a	degree	or	certificate	by	satisfactorily	completing	the	                          Intra-Ethnic Studies: 6 units required – no more than 3 units
general	education	and	major/area	of	emphasis	requirements	in	                           from one discipline
effect	at	any	time	during	the	student’s	continuous	enrollment.	                                  Art:
Continuous	enrollment	is	defined	as	enrollment	in	consecutive	                               Art	71,	African	American	Art	History	(3)
Fall	and	Spring	semesters	until	program	completion.
                                                                                                 English:




                                                                                                                                                                 Areas of Emphasis
   At least 50% of the area of emphasis (major) units                                        English	34,	African-American	Literature	(3)




                                                                                                                                                                    Majors and
must be completed at Santa Monica College.                                                   English	41,	Asian	American	Literature	(3)
     Each	course	in	the	area	of	emphasis	(major)	must	be	com-                                English	53,	Latino	Literature	in	the	United	States	(3)
pleted	with	a	grade	of	C	or	higher.                                                          English	54,	Native	American	Literature	(3)
       Please note: For	 the	 Ethnic	 Studies	 area	 of	 emphasis,	                              History:
it	 is	 HIGHLY	 RECOMMENDED	 (though	 not	 required)	 that	                                  History	16,	African	American	History	(3)
students	 complete	 two	 years	 of	 one	 foreign	 language	 in	 high	                        History	41,	Native	American	History	(3)
school	or	at	least	the	first	semester	at	Santa	Monica	College	of	a	                          History	42,	The	Latina(o)	Experience	in	the	United	States	
foreign	language	selected	from	the	following	courses:	Arabic	1,	                                 (3)
Chinese	1;	Hebrew	1;	Japanese	1;	Korean	1;	Persian	1;	Spanish	
                                                                                             History	43,	Mexican-American	History	(3)
1	or	11.	
                                                                                             History	62,	Asian	American	History	(3)
Ethnic Studies (24 units)                                                                        Sociology:
      Program Learning Outcomes: After	 completing	 the	                                     Sociology	30,	African	Americans	in	Contemporary	Society	
program	in	Ethnic	Studies,	students	will	demonstrate	through	                                    (3)
oral	and	written	work	a	familiarity	with	the	social	experiences	                             Sociology	31,	Latinas/os	in	Contemporary	Society	(3)
and	the	contributions	of	various	racial	and	ethnic	groups	to	US	                             Sociology	32,	Asian	Americans	in	Contemporary	Society	
society,	 and	 be	 prepared	 to	 pursue	 further	 study	 in	 an	 Ethnic	
                                                                                                 (3)
Studies	program	(or	related	field	of	study)	at	the	baccalaureate	
level.	 In	 addition,	 students	 will	 be	 proficient	 in	 the	 research,	              CERTIFICATE OF ACHIEVEMENT
analytical,	and	communication	skills	necessary	to	present	criti-
cal	 analysis	 regarding	 racial	 and	 ethnic	 group	 relations	 in	 the	                    Catalog	rights	dictate	that	a	student	may	satisfy	the	require-
US.                                                                                     ments	for	a	degree	or	certificate	by	satisfactorily	completing	the	
     Required Core Courses: (12 units)                                                  general	education	and	major/area	of	emphasis	requirements	in	
     English	10,	Ethnic	Literature	of	the	US	(3)	                                       effect	at	any	time	during	the	student’s	continuous	enrollment.	
     History	10,	Ethnicity	and	American	Culture	(3)	                                    Continuous	enrollment	is	defined	as	enrollment	in	consecutive	
     Political	Science	21,	Race,	Ethnicity,	and	the	Politics	of	                        Fall	and	Spring	semesters	until	program	completion.
        Difference	(3)
     Sociology	34,	Racial	and	Ethnic	Relations	in	American	                                 At least 50% of the required units for a Certificate of
        Society	(3)                                                                     Achievement must be completed at Santa Monica College.
     Arts: (3 units)                                                                         Students	must	receive	a	grade	of	C	or	higher	in	each	course	
     Art	72,	American	Art	History	(3)                                                   to	successfully	complete	a	Certificate	of	Achievement.
     Dance	2,	Dance	in	American	Culture	(3)
     Music	33,	Jazz	in	American	Culture	(3)                                             Ethnic Studies (24 units)
     Music	37,	Music	in	American	Culture	(3)                                            A Certificate of Achievement in Ethnic Studies is granted upon
     Inter-Ethnic Studies: (3 units)                                                    completion of 24 required units listed in the Ethnic Studies Associate
     Anthropology	2,	Cultural	Anthropology	(3)                                          degree.
                     Major requirements for transfer change frequently. Please access ASSIST at www.assist.org for the most up-to-date requirements.
                               For the most up-to-date AA and Certificate of Achievement requirements, visit www.smc.edu/articulation.
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                    Fashion Design and
                                                                                                               • California College of the Arts
                                                                                                                 Fashion	Design

                    Merchandising                                                                              • Mount Ida College
                                                                                                                 B.S.	Fashion	Design
                                                                                                                 B.S.	Fashion	Merchandising	–	Merchandising	and	
                          Fashion	merchandisers	select,	purchase,	promote,	and	sell	                                Marketing
                    clothing	 and	 accessories.	 They	 study	 fashion	 trends	 and	 visit	
                    manufacturers	 and	 merchandise	 markets.	 They	 work	 as	 part	                        ASSOCIATE DEGREE – 60 UNITS
                    of	 a	 team	 and	 consult	 with	 managers	 and	 buyers,	 advise	 the	                         The	Associate	degree	in	Fashion	Design	&	Merchandising	
                    advertising	 and	 display	 departments,	 and	 organize	 and	 coor-                      involves	satisfactory	completion	of	a	minimum	of	60	semester	
                    dinate	promotional	activities	such	as	fashion	shows.	They	may	                          units	with	a	C	average	or	higher,	including	at	least	40	semes-
                    advance	to	become	buyers	and	purchasing	agents,	sales	repre-                            ter	 units	 in	 the	 Fashion	 Design	 area	 of	 emphasis	 (articulated	
                    sentatives,	and	managers.	Clothes	designers	create	new	apparel	                         below),	 fulfillment	 of	 the	 Global	 Citizenship	 requirement,	
                    and	 accessory	 designs.	 They	 may	 sketch	 the	 garment,	 cut	 the	                   and	fulfillment	of	all	Santa	Monica	College	general	education	
                    pattern,	select	the	fabric	and	materials,	and	in	some	cases	con-                        requirements,	CSU	GE,	or	IGETC.
                    struct	the	sample	garment.	They	may	arrange	for	the	showing	of	
                                                                                                                 Catalog	rights	dictate	that	a	student	may	satisfy	the	require-
                    a	line	at	sales	meetings	or	fashion	shows.
                                                                                                            ments	for	a	degree	or	certificate	by	satisfactorily	completing	the	
                          This	major	may	also	lead	to	many	other	careers.	For	addi-                         general	education	and	major/area	of	emphasis	requirements	in	
                    tional	possibilities,	visit	the	Career	Services	Center	on	campus	                       effect	at	any	time	during	the	student’s	continuous	enrollment.	
                    to	 utilize	 computerized	 career	 information	 systems	 and	 other	                    Continuous	enrollment	is	defined	as	enrollment	in	consecutive	
                                                                                                            Fall	and	Spring	semesters	until	program	completion.
Areas of Emphasis




                    valuable	career	resources.
                                                                                                               At least 50% of the area of emphasis (major) units
   Majors and




                    TRANSFER
                                                                                                            must be completed at Santa Monica College.
                          Students	planning	to	transfer	to	a	four-year	college	should	
                    complete	the	lower-division	major	requirements	and	the	gen-                                  Each	course	in	the	area	of	emphasis	(major)	must	be	com-
                    eral	 education	 pattern	 for	 the	 appropriate	 transfer	 institution.	                pleted	with	a	grade	of	C	or	higher.
                    Santa	 Monica	 College	 has	 articulation	 agreements	 for	 this	
                    major	 with	 the	 following	 UC,	 CSU,	 and	 private	 institutions.	                    Fashion Design (40 units)
                    Exact	 major	 requirements	 for	 these	 and	 other	 UC	 and	 CSU	                             REQUIRED	BASIC	CORE	COURSES:	(9	units)
                    campuses	 can	 be	 found	 online	 at	 www.assist.org.	 Articulation	                          Fashion	1,	Trends	and	Design	(3)	
                    agreements	 with	 private	 institutions	 can	 be	 found	 online	 at	                          Fashion	3,	Apparel	Construction	(3)	
                    www.smc.edu/articulation.                                                                     Fashion	9A,	Fashion	Illustration	&	Merchandising	(3)	
                      • University of California, Davis                                                           SECOND	LEVEL	COURSES:	(11-12	units)
                        B.S.	Textile	Clothing	(Marketing)                                                         Fashion	2,	Color	Analysis	(3)	
                        B.S.	Textile	Clothing	(Textile	Science)                                                   Fashion	5,	Fashion	Buying	(3)	
                                                                                                                  Fashion	10,	Advanced	Design	&	Construction	(3)	
                      • California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
                                                                                                                  Fashion	13,	Draping	I	(3)	or	Fashion	6A,	Pattern	Analysis	
                        Apparel	Merchandising	and	Management/Apparel	                                                &	Design	(2)	
                           Production
                        Fashion	Design	Management	track                                                           THIRD	LEVEL	COURSES	
                        International	Apparel	Management	track                                                    Fashion	6B,	Pattern	Drafting	and	Design	(Intermediate)	
                                                                                                                     (3)	
                      • California State University, Long Beach                                                   Fashion	11,	Tailoring	(2)	
                        B.A.	in	Family	and	Consumer	Sciences	with	Option	in	                                      Fashion	14,	Draping	II	(3)
                           Fashion	Merchandising                                                                  Elective
                        B.A.	in	Family	and	Consumer	Sciences	with	Option	in	
                           Textiles	and	Clothing                                                                  FOURTH	LEVEL	COURSES	
                                                                                                                  Fashion	7,	Fabrics	for	Fashion	Design	and	Merchandising	
                      • California State University, Los Angeles                                                     (3)	
                        B.A.	Art                                                                                  Fashion	8,	History	of	Fashion	Design	(3)	
                        Fashion	and	Textiles	option                                                               Fashion	12,	Fashion	Show	Production	(3)	
                      • California State University, Northridge                                                   Elective
                        B.S.	Family	and	Consumer	Sciences                                                        Select additional elective courses to bring the total to 40 units
                        Apparel	Design	and	Merchandising	option                                             from the following:
                                                                                                                 Art	10A,	Design	I	(3,3)
                        Santa	Monica	College	has	articulation	agreements	for	this	
                                                                                                                 Art	20B,	Drawing	II	(3,3)	
                    major	 (see	 www.smc.edu/articulation	 for	 exact	 requirements)	
                                                                                                                 Business	63,	Principles	of	entrepreneurship	(3)
                    with	the	following	private	and	out-of-state	institutions:
                                                                                                                 Fashion	9B,	Advanced	Fashion	Illustration	and	
                      • Academy of Art University, San Francisco                                                    Advertising	(2)
                        B.F.A.	Fashion	Design	and	Illustration                                                   Fashion	15,	Ethnic	Fashion	(3)	
                                         Major requirements for transfer change frequently. Please access ASSIST at www.assist.org for the most up-to-date requirements.
                                                   For the most up-to-date AA and Certificate of Achievement requirements, visit www.smc.edu/articulation.
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     Fashion	16,	Pattern	Grading	(2)	                                                       Students	must	receive	a	grade	of	C	or	higher	in	each	course	
     Fashion	17,	Apparel	Production	manufacturing	                                     to	successfully	complete	a	Certificate	of	Achievement.
        Techniques	(3)
     Fashion	18,	Computer	Assisted	Fashion	Illustrator	and	                            Fashion Design (40 units)
        Design	(2)                                                                         A	Certificate	of	Achievement	in	Fashion	Design	is	granted	
     Fashion	19,	Fashion	Marketing	(3)                                                 upon	 completion	 of	 40	 units	 from	 the	 courses	 in	 the	 major	
     Fashion	20,	Window	Display	for	Fashion	(3)                                        above.

Fashion Merchandising (40 units)                                                       Fashion Merchandising (40 units)
    A	Certificate	of	Achievement	in	Fashion	Merchandising	is	                              A	Certificate	of	Achievement	in	Fashion	Merchandising	is	
granted	upon	completion	of	40	units	from	the	courses	in	the	                           granted	upon	completion	of	40	units	from	the	courses	in	the	
major	below.                                                                           major	above.
     REQUIRED	BASIC	CORE	COURSES:	(9	units)
     Fashion	1,	Fashion	Trends	and	Design	(3)	
     Fashion	3,	Apparel	Construction	(3)	
     Fashion	9A,	Fashion	Illustration	&	Merchandising	(3,	3)	
                                                                                       Film Studies
                                                                                       Formerly Cinema
     SECOND	LEVEL	COURSES:	
     Fashion	2,	Color	Analysis	(3)	                                                        The	objectives	of	this	program	are	to	prepare	students	for	
     Fashion	5,	Fashion	Buying	(3)	                                                    upper	 division	 study	 at	 a	 four-year	 college	 and/or	 to	 earn	 an	
     Fashion	6A,	Pattern	Analysis	and	Design	(2,2)                                     Associate	degree.




                                                                                                                                                                  Areas of Emphasis
     THIRD	LEVEL	COURSES	                                                              TRANSFER
     Fashion	7,	Fabrics	for	Fashion	Design	and	Merchandising	




                                                                                                                                                                     Majors and
        (3)	                                                                                 Students	planning	to	transfer	to	a	four-year	college	should	
     Fashion	12,	Fashion	Show	Production	(3)	                                          complete	the	lower-division	major	requirements	and	the	gen-
     Fashion	19,	Fashion	Marketing	(3)                                                 eral	 education	 pattern	 for	 the	 appropriate	 transfer	 institution.	
                                                                                       Santa	 Monica	 College	 has	 articulation	 agreements	 for	 this	
     FOURTH	LEVEL	COURSES	                                                             major	with	the	following	UC,	CSU,	private,	and	international	
     Fashion	8,	History	of	Fashion	Design	(3)	                                         institutions.	 Exact	 major	 requirements	 for	 these	 and	 other	
     Fashion	9B,	Advanced	Fashion	Illustration	and	                                    UC	and	CSU	campuses	can	be	found	online	at	www.assist.org.	
        Advertising	(2)                                                                Articulation	agreements	with	private	institutions	can	be	found	
     Fashion	15,	Ethnic	Fashion	(3)	                                                   online	at	www.smc.edu/articulation.
     Select additional elective courses to bring the total to 40 units                    • University of California, Los Angeles
from the following:                                                                         B.A.	Film	and	Television
     Art	10A,	Design	I	(3,3)
     Art	20B,	Drawing	II	(3,3)	                                                           • University of California, Riverside
     Business	31,	Business	English	Fundamentals	(3)                                         B.A.	Film	and	Visual	Culture
     Business	63,	Principles	of	entrepreneurship	(3)                                      • University of California, Santa Barbara
     CIS	1,	Computer	Concepts	with	Applications	(3)                                         B.A.	Media	&	Cultural	Studies	(formerly	B.A.	Film	and	
     Fashion	6B,	Pattern	Drafting	and	Design	(Intermediate)	                                   Visual	Culture)
        (3)	
     Fashion	11,	Tailoring	(2)	                                                           • University of California, Santa Cruz
     Fashion	14,	Draping	II	(3)                                                             B.A.	Film	and	Digital	Media
     Fashion	15,	Ethnic	Fashion	(3)	                                                        Production	concentration
     Fashion	16,	Pattern	Grading	(2)	                                                     • California State University, Long Beach
     Fashion	17,	Apparel	Production	Manufacturing	                                          B.A.	Film	and	Electronic	Arts
        Techniques	(3)
     Fashion	18,	Computer	Assisted	Fashion	Illustrator	and	                               • California State University, Northridge
        Design	(2)                                                                          Cinema	and	Television	Arts
     Fashion	20,	Window	Display	for	Fashion	(3)                                             Film	Production	option
                                                                                            Multimedia	Production	option
CERTIFICATES OF ACHIEVEMENT                                                                 Media	Theory	and	Criticism	option
                                                                                            Radio	Production	option
     Catalog	rights	dictate	that	a	student	may	satisfy	the	require-
                                                                                            Screenwriting	option
ments	for	a	degree	or	certificate	by	satisfactorily	completing	the	
                                                                                            Television	Production	option
general	education	and	major/area	of	emphasis	requirements	in	
effect	at	any	time	during	the	student’s	continuous	enrollment.	                           • San Diego State University
Continuous	enrollment	is	defined	as	enrollment	in	consecutive	                              B.S.	Television,	Film	and	New	Media	Production
Fall	and	Spring	semesters	until	program	completion.
                                                                                           Santa	Monica	College	has	articulation	agreements	for	this	
    At least 50% of the required units for a Certificate of                            major	 (see	 www.smc.edu/articulation	 for	 exact	 requirements)	
Achievement must be completed at Santa Monica College.                                 with	the	following	private	and	out-of-state	institutions:
                    Major requirements for transfer change frequently. Please access ASSIST at www.assist.org for the most up-to-date requirements.
                              For the most up-to-date AA and Certificate of Achievement requirements, visit www.smc.edu/articulation.
                      94       SANTA MONICA COLLEGE CATALOG 2011-2012


                      • Academy of Art University, San Francisco                                                 Additional courses to total 21 units must be selected from:
                        B.F.A.	Cinematography	and	Production                                                     Entertainment	Technology	61,	History	of	Animation	(3)
                                                                                                                 Film	Studies	6,	Women	in	Film	(3)	(formerly Cinema 8)
                      • California College of the Arts
                                                                                                                 Film	Studies	7,	American	Cinema:	Crossing	Cultures	(3)	
                        Film
                                                                                                                    (formerly Cinema 7)
                      • Loyola Marymount University                                                              Film	Studies	8,	The	Popular	Film	Genres	(3,3)	(formerly
                        B.A.	Production,	Film	and	Television                                                        Cinema 2)
                        B.A.	Recording	Arts                                                                      Film	Studies	9,	The	Great	Film-Makers	(3,3)	(formerly
                        B.A.	Screenwriting                                                                          Cinema 4)
                      • University of Southern California (USC)                                                  Film	Studies	10,	Film	Criticism	and	Interpretation	(3)	
                        B.A.	Film	Production                                                                        (formerly Cinema 10)
                                                                                                                 Film	Studies	11,	Literature	to	Film	(3) (same as English
                        Other	 colleges/universities	 that	 offer	 degrees	 in	 film/                               11)
                    cinema	 are	 listed	 below.	 See	 www.assist.org	 or	 the	 department	                       Film	Studies	20,	Introduction	to	Scriptwriting	(3)	(for-
                    website	for	details.                                                                            merly Cinema 11A)
                      • San Francisco State University                                                           Film	Studies	21,	Advanced	Scriptwriting	(3)	(formerly
                        B.A.	Cinema	department	website:	www.sfsu.edu/~bulletin/                                     Cinema 11B)
                           current/programs/cinema.htm#785                                                       Film	Studies	30,	Production	Planning	for	Film	and	Video	
                                                                                                                    (3)	(formerly Cinema 3)
                      • California State University, Long Beach                                                  Film	Studies	31,	Introduction	to	Digital	Film	Making	(3)
                        Film	and	Electronic	Arts	department	website:	www.csulb.                                  Film	Studies	32,	Advanced	Digital	Filmmaking	(4)
                           edu/depts/fea
Areas of Emphasis




                                                                                                                 Film	Studies	33,	Directing	the	Short	Film	(3)
                      • Chapman University
   Majors and




                        Film	Production	department	website:	ftv.chapman.edu/pro-
                           spective/undergraduate/production.cfm
                        Transfer	information:	www.chapman.edu/admission/transfer.                          General Science
                           asp
                      • Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge, ENGLAND                                       ASSOCIATE DEGREE – 60 UNITS
                        B.A.	(Hon)	Film	Studies                                                                 The	Associate	degree	in	General	Science	involves	satisfac-
                                                                                                           tory	completion	of	a	minimum	of	60	semester	units	with	a	C	
                    ASSOCIATE DEGREE – 60 UNITS
                                                                                                           average	 or	 higher,	 including	 at	 least	 20	 semester	 units	 in	 the	
                        The	Associate	degree	in	Film	Studies	involves	satisfactory	                        General	 Science	 area	 of	 emphasis	 (articulated	 below),	 fulfill-
                    completion	of	a	minimum	of	60	semester	units	with	a	C	aver-                            ment	of	the	Global	Citizenship	requirement,	and	fulfillment	of	
                    age	or	higher,	including	at	least	21	semester	units	in	the	Film	                       all	Santa	Monica	College	general	education	requirements,	CSU	
                    Studies	area	of	emphasis	(articulated	below),	fulfillment	of	the	                      GE,	or	IGETC.
                    Global	 Citizenship	 requirement,	 and	 fulfillment	 of	 all	 Santa	
                                                                                                                Catalog	rights	dictate	that	a	student	may	satisfy	the	require-
                    Monica	 College	 general	 education	 requirements,	 CSU	 GE,	 or	
                                                                                                           ments	for	a	degree	or	certificate	by	satisfactorily	completing	the	
                    IGETC.
                                                                                                           general	education	and	major/area	of	emphasis	requirements	in	
                         Catalog	rights	dictate	that	a	student	may	satisfy	the	require-                    effect	at	any	time	during	the	student’s	continuous	enrollment.	
                    ments	for	a	degree	or	certificate	by	satisfactorily	completing	the	                    Continuous	enrollment	is	defined	as	enrollment	in	consecutive	
                    general	education	and	major/area	of	emphasis	requirements	in	                          Fall	and	Spring	semesters	until	program	completion.
                    effect	at	any	time	during	the	student’s	continuous	enrollment.	
                    Continuous	enrollment	is	defined	as	enrollment	in	consecutive	                            At least 50% of the area of emphasis (major) units
                    Fall	and	Spring	semesters	until	program	completion.                                    must be completed at Santa Monica College.

                       At least 50% of the area of emphasis (major) units                                       Each	course	in	the	area	of	emphasis	(major)	must	be	com-
                    must be completed at Santa Monica College.                                             pleted	with	a	grade	of	C	or	higher.

                         Each	course	in	the	area	of	emphasis	(major)	must	be	com-                          General Science (20 units)
                    pleted	with	a	grade	of	C	or	higher.                                                          Program Learning Outcomes: Students	 completing	 a	
                                                                                                           degree	in	General	Science	will	demonstrate	through	oral,	writ-
                    Film Studies (21 units)                                                                ten,	 and	 laboratory-based	 academic	 work	 knowledge	 of	 the	
                        Required Courses: (9-12 units)                                                     physical	 and	 life	 sciences,	 and	 be	 prepared	 to	 pursue	 further	
                        Film	Studies	1,	Film	Appreciation:	Introduction	to	Film	                           study	in	a	science	major	at	the	baccalaureate	level.	Students	will	
                           (3)	(formerly Cinema 9)                                                         be	proficient	in	the	scientific	method,	research,	analytical,	and	
                        Film	Studies	2,	History	of	the	Motion	Pictures	(3)	(for-                           communication	skills	necessary	to	present	a	critical	analysis	of	
                           merly Cinema 1)
                                                                                                           scientific	phenomena	and	devise	solutions.
                        Film	Studies	5,	Film	and	Society	(3,3)	(formerly Cinema 5)
                                                                                                                 Select 20 units from the following three groups:
                                                                      Please note: Film
                        Studies 1 (formerly Cinema 9) is intended as a beginning                           GROUP	A	–	MATHEMATICS	(MINIMUM	OF	3	UNITS)
                        course to introduce students to film studies.                                         At least one course required:
                                        Major requirements for transfer change frequently. Please access ASSIST at www.assist.org for the most up-to-date requirements.
                                                  For the most up-to-date AA and Certificate of Achievement requirements, visit www.smc.edu/articulation.
                                                                              SANTA MONICA COLLEGE CATALOG 2011-2012                                      95


     Math	–	2,	(3),	7,	8,	10,	11,	13,	15,	18,	20,	21,	(22),	(23),	                         • California State University, Northridge
       (24),	26,	28,	29,	32	(if completed Fall 2006 or later),	41,	                          B.A.	Geography
       52,	54                                                                                Other	Specializations	available:	Cartography	and	GIS,	
                                                                                                Environmental	Studies,	Regional	and	International	
GROUP	B	–	PHYSICAL	SCIENCE	(MINIMUM	OF	3	UNITS)
                                                                                                Studies,	Urban	Geography
   At least one course required:
   Astronomy	–	all	courses                                                                 • California State University, San Bernardino
   Chemistry	–	all	courses                                                                   B.A.	Geography
   Geography	–	1,	3,	5
                                                                                           • California Polytechnic State University, San Luis
   Geology	–	all	courses
                                                                                             Obispo
   Physics	–	all	courses
                                                                                             B.S.	Geography
GROUP	C	–	LIFE	SCIENCES	(MINIMUM	OF	3	UNITS)
                                                                                              General	 education	 requirements	 for	 the	 University	 of	
   At least one course required: (3 units minimum)
                                                                                        California,	California	State	University,	and	other	local	universi-
   Anatomy	–	all	courses
                                                                                        ties	are	listed	in	the	Academics	section	of	this	catalog,	as	well	as	
   Anthropology	1,	5,	8,	9
                                                                                        online	(go	to	www.smc.edu/articulation).
   Biology	–	all	courses
   Botany	–	all	courses
   Microbiology	–	all	courses
   Nutrition	1,	4
   Physiology	–	all	courses
                                                                                        Geology
   Psychology	2
                                                                                              Geologists	 study	 the	 origin,	 history,	 composition,	 and	
   Zoology	5,	17




                                                                                                                                                                   Areas of Emphasis
                                                                                        structure	 of	 the	 earth,	 both	 for	 scientific	 knowledge	 and	 for	
     (	)	Courses in parentheses are no longer offered.                                  practical	purposes	such	as	locating	oil,	minerals,	and	other	raw	




                                                                                                                                                                      Majors and
                                                                                        materials;	and	for	compiling	architectural	safety	reports,	maps,	
                                                                                        and	diagrams.	They	use	knowledge	of	chemistry,	physics,	math,	
Geography                                                                               and	 biology,	 to	 analyze	 the	 data	 and	 specimens.	 Some	 pos-
                                                                                        sible	career	choices	are	found	in	the	environmental	consulting	
                                                                                        industry,	 pollution	 remediation,	 public	 policy	 and	 environ-
      Geographers	 study	 the	 distribution	 of	 people	 in	 rela-
                                                                                        mental	law.	Career	titles	include	meteorologist,	oceanographer,	
tion	 to	 land	 and	 other	 natural	 resources.	 They	 examine	 the	
                                                                                        seismologist,	soil	scientist,	structural	geologist	and	teacher.
distribution	 of	 land	 forms,	 study	 climate,	 soils,	 or	 vegetation,	
                                                                                              This	major	may	also	lead	to	many	other	careers.	For	addi-
analyze	 resources	 such	 as	 water	 and	 minerals,	 or	 they	 may	
                                                                                        tional	possibilities,	visit	the	Career	Services	Center	on	campus	
study	political	organizations,	transportation	systems,	marketing	                       to	 utilize	 computerized	 career	 information	 systems	 and	 other	
systems,	patterns	of	industrial	development,	housing,	or	public	                        valuable	career	resources.
health.	Additional	careers	include	cartographer,	demographer,	
geographic	 information	 specialist,	 hazardous	 waste	 planner,	                       TRANSFER
hydrologist,	urban	planner	and	environmental	impact	analyst.	
      This	major	may	also	lead	to	many	other	careers.	For	addi-                               Students	planning	to	transfer	to	a	four-year	college	should	
tional	possibilities,	visit	the	Career	Services	Center	on	campus	                       complete	the	lower-division	major	requirements	and	the	gen-
to	 utilize	 computerized	 career	 information	 systems	 and	 other	                    eral	 education	 pattern	 for	 the	 appropriate	 transfer	 institution.	
valuable	career	resources.                                                              Santa	 Monica	 College	 has	 articulation	 agreements	 for	 this	
                                                                                        major	 with	 the	 following	 UC,	 CSU,	 and	 private	 institutions.	
TRANSFER                                                                                Exact	 major	 requirements	 for	 these	 and	 other	 UC	 and	 CSU	
                                                                                        campuses	 can	 be	 found	 online	 at	 www.assist.org.	 Articulation	
      Students	planning	to	transfer	to	a	four-year	college	should	
                                                                                        agreements	 with	 private	 institutions	 can	 be	 found	 online	 at	
complete	the	lower-division	major	requirements	and	the	gen-
                                                                                        www.smc.edu/articulation.
eral	 education	 pattern	 for	 the	 appropriate	 transfer	 institution.	
Santa	 Monica	 College	 has	 articulation	 agreements	 for	 this	                          • University of California, Berkeley
major	 with	 the	 following	 UC,	 CSU,	 and	 private	 institutions.	                         B.A.	Earth	and	Planetary	Science
Exact	 major	 requirements	 for	 these	 and	 other	 UC	 and	 CSU	
                                                                                           • University of California, Davis
campuses	 can	 be	 found	 online	 at	 www.assist.org.	 Articulation	
                                                                                             A.B.	Geology
agreements	 with	 private	 institutions	 can	 be	 found	 online	 at	
                                                                                             B.S.	Geology
www.smc.edu/articulation.
                                                                                           • University of California, Riverside
  • University of California, Berkeley
                                                                                             B.A.	Geology	
    B.A.	Geography
                                                                                             General	Geology	option
  • University of California, Los Angeles                                                    Global	Climate	Change	option
    B.A.	Geography                                                                           Geobiology	option
                                                                                             Geophysics	option
  • University of California, Santa Barbara
    B.A.	Geography                                                                         • University of California, Santa Barbara
    B.A.	Geography:	Geographic	Information	Systems	empha-                                    B.A.	Geological	Sciences
       sis                                                                                   B.S.	Geological	Sciences
                     Major requirements for transfer change frequently. Please access ASSIST at www.assist.org for the most up-to-date requirements.
                               For the most up-to-date AA and Certificate of Achievement requirements, visit www.smc.edu/articulation.
                      96       SANTA MONICA COLLEGE CATALOG 2011-2012


                      • California State University, Northridge                                                • Mount Ida College (Massachusetts)
                        B.S.	Geological	Sciences	                                                                B.A.	Graphic	Design
                        Environmental	Geology	option
                        Geology	option                                                                      ASSOCIATE DEGREE – 60 UNITS
                        Geophysics	option
                                                                                                                 The	Associate	degree	in	Graphic	Design	involves	satisfac-
                        Secondary	Teaching	option
                                                                                                            tory	completion	of	a	minimum	of	60	semester	units	with	a	C	
                      • California Polytechnic State University, San Luis                                   average	 or	 higher,	 including	 at	 least	 40	 semester	 units	 in	 the	
                        Obispo                                                                              Graphic	 Design	 area	 of	 emphasis	 (articulated	 below),	 fulfill-
                        B.S.	Geology                                                                        ment	of	the	Global	Citizenship	requirement,	and	fulfillment	of	
                      • San Francisco State University                                                      all	Santa	Monica	College	general	education	requirements,	CSU	
                        B.A.	Earth	Science                                                                  GE,	or	IGETC.
                        B.S.	Geology                                                                             Catalog	rights	dictate	that	a	student	may	satisfy	the	require-
                          General	 education	 requirements	 for	 the	 University	 of	                       ments	for	a	degree	or	certificate	by	satisfactorily	completing	the	
                    California,	California	State	University,	and	other	local	universi-                      general	education	and	major/area	of	emphasis	requirements	in	
                    ties	are	listed	in	the	Academics	section	of	this	catalog,	as	well	as	                   effect	at	any	time	during	the	student’s	continuous	enrollment.	
                    online	(go	to	www.smc.edu/articulation).                                                Continuous	enrollment	is	defined	as	enrollment	in	consecutive	
                                                                                                            Fall	and	Spring	semesters	until	program	completion.
                                                                                                               At least 50% of the area of emphasis (major) units

                    Graphic Design                                                                          must be completed at Santa Monica College.
                                                                                                                 Each	course	in	the	area	of	emphasis	(major)	must	be	com-
Areas of Emphasis




                         Graphic	designers	design	and	produce	artwork	for	a	variety	                        pleted	with	a	grade	of	C	or	higher.
   Majors and




                    of	printed	material,	including	logotypes,	stationery,	brochures,	
                    advertising,	 packaging,	 book	 covers	 and	 many	 other	 types	 of	                    Graphic Design (40 units) (NOTE: GRAPHIC DESIGN 31 is the
                    projects.	This	field	also	includes	computer-related	imagery	for	                        first course students should take)
                    print	and	web.                                                                                Required Courses: (29 units)
                          This	major	may	also	lead	to	many	other	careers.	For	addi-                               Graphic	Design	18,	Introduction	to	Graphic	Design	
                    tional	possibilities,	visit	the	Career	Services	Center	on	campus	                                Applications	(3)
                    to	 utilize	 computerized	 career	 information	 systems	 and	 other	                          Graphic	Design	31,	Graphic	Design	Studio	1	(2)
                    valuable	career	resources.                                                                    Graphic	Design	33,	Typography	Design	1	(2)
                                                                                                                  Graphic	Design	34,	Publication	and	Page	Design	I	(3)
                    TRANSFER                                                                                      Graphic	Design	38,	Digital	Illustration	I	(4)
                          Students	planning	to	transfer	to	a	four-year	college	should	                            Graphic	Design	41,	Graphic	Design	Studio	2	(2)
                    complete	the	lower-division	major	requirements	and	the	gen-                                   Graphic	Design	51,	Graphic	Design	Studio	3	(2)
                    eral	 education	 pattern	 for	 the	 appropriate	 transfer	 institution.	                      Graphic	Design	64,	Digital	Imaging	for	Design	(3)	(same
                    Santa	 Monica	 College	 has	 articulation	 agreements	 for	 this	                                as Entertainment Technology 37)
                    major	 with	 the	 following	 UC,	 CSU,	 and	 private	 institutions.	                          Graphic	Design	66,	Web	Design	2	(3)	(formerly	
                    Exact	 major	 requirements	 for	 these	 and	 other	 UC	 and	 CSU	                                Entertainment	Technology	14)	(prerequisite:	Graphic	
                    campuses	 can	 be	 found	 online	 at	 www.assist.org.	 Articulation	                             Design	64	or	Entertainment	Technology	37)
                    agreements	 with	 private	 institutions	 can	 be	 found	 online	 at	                          Photography	1,	Introduction	to	Photography	(3)
                    www.smc.edu/articulation.                                                                     Select additional courses to total 40 units from the following:
                      • University of California, Los Angeles – School of the                                     Entertainment	Technology	34,	Web	Animation	I	(3)
                        Arts and Architecture                                                                     Graphic	Design	21,	Electronic	Prepress	and	Publishing	
                        Art	and	Design/Media	Arts                                                                    (3)
                                                                                                                  Graphic	Design	35,	Drawing	for	Graphic	Design	(2)
                      • California State University, Long Beach                                                   Graphic	Design	43,	Typography	Design	2	(2)
                        B.A.	Art                                                                                  Graphic	Design	44,	Publication	and	Design	2	(3)
                        Graphic	Design	option	(portfolio	review	required)                                         Graphic	Design	50,	Graphic	Design	Portfolio	Preparation	
                        Santa	Monica	College	has	articulation	agreements	for	this	                                   (2)
                    major	 (see	 www.smc.edu/articulation	 for	 exact	 requirements)	                             Graphic	Design	54,	Digital	Illustration	II	(3)
                    with	the	following	private	and	out-of-state	institutions:                                     Graphic	Design	65,	Web	Design	1	(2)
                                                                                                                  Graphic	Design	67,	Web	Design	3	(3)
                      • Academy of Art University, San Francisco
                                                                                                                  Graphic	Design	71,	Motion	Graphics	(3)
                        B.F.A.	Graphic	Design
                                                                                                                  Graphic	Design	90	A,	B,	C,	Internship	(1,2,3)
                      • The Art Institute of California, Los Angeles, San Diego,
                        San Francisco, Orange County; The California Design                                 CERTIFICATE OF ACHIEVEMENT
                        College (AI)
                                                                                                                Catalog	rights	dictate	that	a	student	may	satisfy	the	require-
                      • California College of the Arts                                                      ments	for	a	degree	or	certificate	by	satisfactorily	completing	the	
                        Graphic	Design                                                                      general	education	and	major/area	of	emphasis	requirements	in	
                                         Major requirements for transfer change frequently. Please access ASSIST at www.assist.org for the most up-to-date requirements.
                                                   For the most up-to-date AA and Certificate of Achievement requirements, visit www.smc.edu/articulation.
                                                                             SANTA MONICA COLLEGE CATALOG 2011-2012                                      97


effect	at	any	time	during	the	student’s	continuous	enrollment.	                        to	 utilize	 computerized	 career	 information	 systems	 and	 other	
Continuous	enrollment	is	defined	as	enrollment	in	consecutive	                         valuable	career	resources.
Fall	and	Spring	semesters	until	program	completion.
                                                                                       TRANSFER
    At least 50% of the required units for a Certificate of
Achievement must be completed at Santa Monica College.                                       Students	planning	to	transfer	to	a	four-year	college	should	
                                                                                       complete	the	lower-division	major	requirements	and	the	gen-
     Students	must	receive	a	grade	of	C	or	higher	in	each	course	                      eral	 education	 pattern	 for	 the	 appropriate	 transfer	 institution.	
to	successfully	complete	a	Certificate	of	Achievement.                                 Santa	 Monica	 College	 has	 articulation	 agreements	 for	 this	
Graphic Design (40 units) (NOTE: GRAPHIC DESIGN 31 is the                              major	 with	 the	 following	 UC,	 CSU,	 and	 private	 institutions.	
first course students should take)                                                     Exact	 major	 requirements	 for	 these	 and	 other	 UC	 and	 CSU	
     A	Certificate	of	Achievement	in	Graphic	Design	is	granted	                        campuses	 can	 be	 found	 online	 at	 www.assist.org.	 Articulation	
upon	completion	of	40	units.                                                           agreements	 with	 private	 institutions	 can	 be	 found	 online	 at	
                                                                                       www.smc.edu/articulation.
DEPARTMENT CERTIFICATE                                                                    • University of California, Berkeley
     Catalog	rights	dictate	that	a	student	may	satisfy	the	require-                         B.A.	History
ments	for	a	degree	or	certificate	by	satisfactorily	completing	the	                       • University of California, Davis
general	education	and	major/area	of	emphasis	requirements	in	                               B.A.	History
effect	at	any	time	during	the	student’s	continuous	enrollment.	
Continuous	enrollment	is	defined	as	enrollment	in	consecutive	                            • University of California, Irvine
Fall	and	Spring	semesters	until	program	completion.                                         B.A.	History
                                                                                          • University of California, Los Angeles




                                                                                                                                                                  Areas of Emphasis
    At least 50% of the required units for a Department
Certificate must be completed at Santa Monica College.                                      B.A.	History




                                                                                                                                                                     Majors and
     Students	must	receive	a	grade	of	C	or	higher	in	each	course	                         • University of California, San Diego
to	successfully	complete	a	Department	Certificate.                                          B.A.	History
                                                                                          • University of California, Santa Barbara
Web Design (17 units)                                                                       B.A.	History
     The	 Web	 Design	 Department	 Certificate	 provides	 a	 thor-
ough	 study	 of	 the	 design	 and	 implementation	 of	 interactive	                       • University of California, Santa Cruz
media	 for	 the	 World	 Wide	 Web.	 Students	 will	 learn	 how	 to	                         B.A.	History
develop	and	design	content	for	online	publishing	and	craft	pro-                           • California State University, Northridge
fessional	 portfolios	 of	 interactive	 work.	 Students	 will	 acquire	                     B.A.	History
technical	and	creative	web	design	skills	using	industry	standard	
software,	such	as	Dreamweaver,	Photoshop	and	Flash.                                        Santa	Monica	College	has	articulation	agreements	for	this	
     A	Department	Certificate	in	Web	Design	will	prepare	the	                          major	 (see	 www.smc.edu/articulation	 for	 exact	 requirements)	
students	 for	 entry-level	 positions	 such	 as	 Web	 Designer,	 Web	                  with	the	following	private	and	out-of-state	institutions:
Artist,	Web	Animator,	Web	Developer	and	Interface	Designer.                               • Loyola Marymount University
     Required Courses:                                                                      B.A.	History
     CIS	54,	Web	Page	Development	and	Scripting	1	(3)

                                                                                       Interior Architectural
     Entertainment	Technology	34,	Web	Animation	1	(3)
     Graphic	Design	64,	Digital	Imaging	for	Design	(3)
     Graphic	Design	65,	Web	Design	1	(2)
     Graphic	Design	66,	Web	Design	2	(3)
     Graphic	Design	67,	Web	Design	3	(3)
                                                                                       Design
                                                                                             Interior	 Architectural	 Design	 is	 a	 Santa	 Monica	 College	

History
                                                                                       award-winning	program	in	the	Design	Technology	Department,	
                                                                                       located	 at	 SMC’s	 Academy	 of	 Entertainment	 and	 Technology,	
                                                                                       1660	 Stewart	 St.,	 Santa	 Monica.	 Students	 focus	 on	 (1)	 pro-
                                                                                       fessional	 career	 development,	 (2)	 academic	 transfer,	 (3)	 an	
     Historians	 study,	 assess,	 and	 interpret	 the	 past	 to	 deter-
                                                                                       Associate	 degree,	 and/or	 (4)	 personal	 and	 professional	 skills	
mine	what	happened	and	why.	They	examine	court	documents,	
                                                                                       useful	 in	 the	 local	 and	 international	 Architecture	 and	 Design	
diaries,	letters,	and	newspaper	accounts;	they	conduct	research,	
                                                                                       Industry.	 The	 program	 applies	 artistic	 and	 functional	 prin-
write,	 teach,	 evaluate	 and	 make	 recommendations.	 Schools,	
                                                                                       ciples	and	techniques	to	the	professional	planning,	designing,	
universities,	 libraries,	 museums,	 government	 offices,	 and	 pri-
                                                                                       and	 furnishing	 of	 residential	 and	 commercial	 interior	 spaces.	
vate	enterprise	are	some	of	the	job	settings	for	history	majors.	
                                                                                       The	 program	 also	 includes	 the	 processes	 and	 techniques	 of	
Some	related	career	titles	include	archivist,	biographer,	congres-
                                                                                       designing	 living,	 working,	 and	 leisure	 indoor	 environments	
sional	aide,	Foreign	Service	officer,	FBI/CIA	agent,	lobbyist,	and	
                                                                                       as	 integral	 components	 of	 a	 building	 system.	 The	 program	
genealogist	agent.
                                                                                       includes	instruction	in	design,	drafting,	careers,	color	coordina-
     This	major	may	also	lead	to	many	other	careers.	For	addi-                         tion,	surface	materials	and	textiles,	sketching,	computer	aided	
tional	possibilities,	visit	the	Career	Services	Center	on	campus	                      design,	 historical	 and	 contemporary	 furniture	 and	 housing,	
                    Major requirements for transfer change frequently. Please access ASSIST at www.assist.org for the most up-to-date requirements.
                              For the most up-to-date AA and Certificate of Achievement requirements, visit www.smc.edu/articulation.
                        98      SANTA MONICA COLLEGE CATALOG 2011-2012


                    interior	 lighting,	 business	 principles,	 interior	 codes,	 digital	                  ASSOCIATE DEGREE – 60 UNITS
                    rendering,	model	building,	green	design,	universal	design,	on-
                                                                                                                 The	 Associate	 degree	 in	 Interior	 Architectural	 Design	
                    site	 internships	 with	 local	 trade	 businesses,	 and	 applications	
                                                                                                            involves	satisfactory	completion	of	a	minimum	of	60	semester	
                    to	office,	hotel,	restaurant,	and	housing	design.	There	are	also	
                                                                                                            units	with	a	C	average	or	higher,	including	at	least	24	semester	
                    specialized	courses	for	Set	Design	and	Advanced	CAD.	Designer	
                                                                                                            units	under	the	Level	I	area	of	emphasis	and	at	least	18	units	
                    careers	include	homes,	kitchens/baths,	offices	and	other	retail	
                                                                                                            under	the	Level	II	area	of	emphasis	(articulated	below),	fulfill-
                    uses,	 space	 planning,	 remodeling,	 specifying,	 sketching,	 man-
                                                                                                            ment	of	the	Global	Citizenship	requirement,	and	fulfillment	of	
                    agement,	staging	for	real	estate	sales,	consulting,	lighting,	retail	
                                                                                                            all	Santa	Monica	College	general	education	requirements,	CSU	
                    sales,	 preservation,	 health	 care,	 green	 design,	 and	 accessible,	
                                                                                                            GE,	or	IGETC.
                    universal	design.	
                                                                                                                 Catalog	rights	dictate	that	a	student	may	satisfy	the	require-
                         For	additional	career	possibilities,	visit	the	Career	Services	
                                                                                                            ments	for	a	degree	or	certificate	by	satisfactorily	completing	the	
                    Center	 on	 the	 main	 campus	 to	 utilize	 computerized	 career	
                                                                                                            general	education	and	major/area	of	emphasis	requirements	in	
                    information	systems	and	other	valuable	career	resources.
                                                                                                            effect	at	any	time	during	the	student’s	continuous	enrollment.	
                         See	 the	 Interior	 Architectural	 Design	 Program	 Website	
                                                                                                            Continuous	enrollment	is	defined	as	enrollment	in	consecutive	
                    (www.academy.smc.edu/intarc) for	additional	information.
                                                                                                            Fall	and	Spring	semesters	until	program	completion.
                    COUNSELING INFORMATION                                                                     At least 50% of the area of emphasis (major) units
                          International	 students	 should	 contact	 Carolyn	 Holmes	                        must be completed at Santa Monica College.
                    in	 the	 International	 Counseling	 Center	 by	 calling	 (310)	 434-                         Each	course	in	the	area	of	emphasis	(major)	must	be	com-
                    4218.	All	other	students	should	contact	Cliff	Dobbs	at	SMC’s	                           pleted	with	a	grade	of	C	or	higher.
                    Academy	of	Entertainment	and	Technology	campus,	located	at	
Areas of Emphasis




                    1660	Stewart	St.,	Santa	Monica,	or	call	(310)	434-3783.	                                    There	 are	 two	 levels	 to	 the	 Interior	 Architectural	 Design	
                                                                                                            Program:
   Majors and




                    TRANSFER
                                                                                                                  LEVEL I –	 Interior	 Architectural	 Design	 I:	 This	 program	
                          Students	planning	to	transfer	to	a	four-year	college	should	                      leads	 to	 multiple	 careers	 opportunities	 in	 retail	 and	 whole-
                    complete	the	lower-division	major	requirements	and	the	gen-                             sale	 design.	 The	 focus	 is	 on	 design	 fundamentals,	 beginning	
                    eral	 education	 pattern	 for	 the	 appropriate	 transfer	 institution.	                drafting,	 design	 careers,	 perspective	 sketching,	 color,	 begin-
                    Santa	 Monica	 College	 has	 articulation	 agreements	 for	 this	                       ning	 computer-aided	 design,	 and	 materials	 and	 products.	 A	
                    major	 with	 the	 following	 UC,	 CSU,	 and	 private	 institutions.	                    Certificate	of	Achievement	is	granted	upon	completion	of	the	
                    Exact	 major	 requirements	 for	 these	 and	 other	 UC	 and	 CSU	                       24	required	units	under	Level	I.
                    campuses	 can	 be	 found	 online	 at	 www.assist.org.	 Articulation	
                                                                                                                  LEVEL II –	Interior	Architectural	Design	II	–	LEVEL	II:	This	
                    agreements	 with	 private	 institutions	 can	 be	 found	 online	 at	
                                                                                                            program	leads	to	employment	skills	in	the	selection	and	speci-
                    www.smc.edu/articulation.
                                                                                                            fication	of	contact	and	residential	surface	materials	and	furni-
                        • California State University, Long Beach                                           ture.	Expertise	is	developed	in	advanced	perspective	sketching	
                          B.F.A.	Art                                                                        and	 visualization,	 architecture	 and	 furniture	 styles,	 advanced	
                          Interior	Design	option                                                            computer-aided	design	together	with	a	choice	of	significant	aca-
                                                                                                            demic-	and	professional	career-focused	electives:	business	skills	
                        • California State University, Northridge
                                                                                                            in	the	wholesale	Trade,	green	design,	model	building,	lighting,	
                          B.S.	Family	and	Consumer	Science
                                                                                                            digital	rendering,	interior	codes,	universal	design,	custom	resi-
                          Interior	Design	option
                                                                                                            dential	design,	technical	CAD	courses	in	space	planning,	work-
                        • San Francisco State University                                                    ing	drawings,	commercial	design,	3D	CAD	molding,	and	inte-
                          B.S.	Interior	Design                                                              rior	 3D	 computer	 rendering/animation,	 plus	 practical	 intern-
                                                                                                            ship	positions	in	the	industry.	A	Certificate	of	Achievement	is	
                        Santa	Monica	College	has	articulation	agreements	for	this	
                                                                                                            granted	upon	completion	of	the	18	required	units	listed	under	
                    major	 (see	 www.smc.edu/articulation	 for	 exact	 requirements)	
                                                                                                            the	Level	II	Associate	degree.	In	addition,	a	student	may	also	be	
                    with	the	following	private	and	out-of-state	institutions:
                                                                                                            eligible	 for	 the	 Associate	 degree	 upon	 completion	 of	 Level	 II,	
                        • Academy of Art University, San Francisco                                          fulfillment	of	the	Global	Citizenship	requirement,	and	fulfill-
                          B.F.A.	Interior	Design                                                            ment	 of	 the	 Santa	 Monica	 College	 general	 education	 require-
                                                                                                            ments,	CSU	GE,	or	IGETC.	See	www.smc.edu/articulation	for	the	
                      • The Art Institute of California, Los Angeles, San Diego,
                                                                                                            Associate	degree	general	education	requirements.
                        San Francisco, Orange County, The California Design
                        School (AI)                                                                               Students	 are	 encouraged	 to	 take	 as	 many	 recommended	
                    	 	 Interior	Design,	B.S.                                                               electives	 as	 possible,	 to	 learn	 specific	 and	 necessary	 skills	 for	
                                                                                                            the	development	of	their	professional	portfolios,	and	to	bring	
                        • California College of the Arts
                                                                                                            employment	value	in	their	future	design	industry	career	posi-
                          Interior	Design
                                                                                                            tion.
                        • Mount Ida College
                                                                                                                There	are	also	two	Department	Certificates	under	Interior	
                          B.S.	Interior	Design
                                                                                                            Architectural	Design:
                        • Woodbury University                                                                   1.	 CAD	Production	&	Design
                    	    	 Interior	Architecture,	B.F.A.                                                        2.	 Set	Design	&	Art	Direction	for	Film	&	TV
                                         Major requirements for transfer change frequently. Please access ASSIST at www.assist.org for the most up-to-date requirements.
                                                   For the most up-to-date AA and Certificate of Achievement requirements, visit www.smc.edu/articulation.
                                                                            SANTA MONICA COLLEGE CATALOG 2011-2012                                     99


Level I                                                                               INTARC	62,	Model	Building	(Prerequisite: INTARC 32 or Equiva-
Course No./Course name (Prerequisites)                       Units                       lent)	                                                      (3)
INTARC	28,	Interior	Illustration	(formerly	INTARC	43)	        	(3)	                   INTARC	65,	Digital	Rendering	for	Interiors	                    (3)
INTARC	30,	Fundamentals	of	Interior	Architectural	Design:	                            INTARC	69,	Custom	Residential	Design	(Prerequisite: INTARC
   Theory	                                                     (3)                       28, 32, 35, 40, and 51 or Equivalent)	                      (3)
INTARC	31,	Fundamentals	of	Interior	Architectural	Design:	Lab	                        INTARC	70,	Interior	3D	Computer	Rendering/Animation	(Pre-
   (3)                                                                                   requisite: INTARC 28, 32, and 35 or Equivalent)	            (3)
INTARC	32,	Beginning	Drafting	for	Interior	Architectural	De-                          INTARC	90A,	Internship	(Prerequisite: Approve internship with
   sign	(Manual	Drafting)	                                     (3)                       instructor prior to enrollment)	                            (1)
INTARC	33,	Interior	Architectural	Design	Careers	              (3)                    INTARC	90B,	Internship	(Prerequisite: Approve internship with
INTARC	34,	Applied	Color	and	Design	Theory	                    (3)                       instructor prior to enrollment)	                            (2)
INTARC	35,	Computer	Aided	Design/Drafting	(Prerequisite:                              INTARC	90C,	Internship	(Prerequisite: Approve internship with
   INTARC 32 or Equivalent)                                    (3)                       instructor prior to enrollment)	                            (3)
INTARC	36,	Interior	Materials	and	Products	                    (3)                    INTARC	90D,	Internship	(Prerequisite: Instructor’s approval of
TOTAL	LEVEL	I	UNITS	                                            24                       internship prior to enrollment)	                            (4)
•	 If	a	student	has	previous	skills,	a	waiver	for	the	equivalent	
                                                                                      •	 If	a	student	has	previous	skills,	a	waiver	for	the	equivalent	
   course	is	possible.
                                                                                         course	is	possible.
•	 Students	can	cross	levels	and	take	any	class	or	Recommend-
                                                                                      •	 Students	can	cross	levels	and	take	any	class	or	recommend-
   ed	Elective	at	any	time	in	the	two	Levels	if	no	prerequisite	is	
                                                                                         ed	elective	at	any	time	in	the	two	levels	if	no	prerequisite	is	
   required.
                                                                                         required.
•	 Students	must	achieve	a	grade	of	C	or	higher	in	each	
                                                                                      •	 Students	must	achieve	a	grade	of	C	or	higher	in	each	
   Interior	Architectural	Design	Program	Course	to	receive	a	




                                                                                                                                                                Areas of Emphasis
                                                                                         Interior	Architectural	Design	Program	Course	to	receive	a	
   certificate.
•	 At	least	50%	of	the	units	required	for	Certificates	of	Achieve-                       certificate.




                                                                                                                                                                   Majors and
   ment	must	be	completed	at	Santa	Monica	College.                                    •	 General	Education	courses	must	be	completed	for	an	As-
                                                                                         sociate	degree.
Level II                                                                              •	 At	least	50%	of	the	units	required	for	Certificates	of	Achieve-
Course No./Course name (Prerequisites)                    Units                          ment	must	be	completed	at	Santa	Monica	College.
INTARC	38,	Advanced	Computer	Aided	Design/	
   Drafting	(Prerequisite: INTARC 32, 35, or Equivalent)	   (3)                       CERTIFICATE OF ACHIEVEMENT PROGRAMS
INTARC	41,	History	of	Interior	Architecture	and	Furniture	I	or	
   INTARC	60,	Contemporary	Furniture	or	INTARC	66,	Visual	                                 Catalog	rights	dictate	that	a	student	may	satisfy	the	require-
   History	of	American	Housing	                             (3)                       ments	for	a	degree	or	certificate	by	satisfactorily	completing	the	
INTARC	42,	History	of	Interior	Architecture	and	Furnishings	                          general	education	and	major/area	of	emphasis	requirements	in	
   II	or	INTARC	60,	Contemporary	Furniture	or	INTARC	66,	                             effect	at	any	time	during	the	student’s	continuous	enrollment.	
   Visual	History	of	American	Housing	                      (3)                       Continuous	enrollment	is	defined	as	enrollment	in	consecutive	
INTARC	51,	Rapid	Visualization	(Prerequisite: INTARC 28 or                            Fall	and	Spring	semesters	until	program	completion.
   Equivalent)                                              (3)
                                                                                          At least 50% of the required units for a Certificate of
INTARC,	Recommended	INTARC	elective	                        (3)
                                                                                      Achievement must be completed at Santa Monica College.
INTARC,	Recommended	INTARC	elective	                        (3)
                                                                                           Students	must	receive	a	grade	of	C	or	higher	in	each	course	
Recommended Electives for Professional Skills
                                                                                      to	successfully	complete	a	Certificate	of	Achievement.
Course No./Course name (Prerequisites)                     Units
INTARC	37,	Set	Design	and	Art	Direction	for	Film	and	TV		 (3)                         Interior Architectural Design Level I
INTARC	39,	Green	Design	for	Interiors	                       (3)                            A	Certificate	of	Achievement	is	granted	upon	completion	
INTARC	40,	CAD	Space	Planning	(Prerequisite: INTARC 32, 35,                           of	the	24	required	units	listed	under	the	Level	I	requirements	
   and 38 or Equivalent)	                                    (3)                      listed	above.
INTARC	44,	Fundamentals	of	Lighting	(Prerequisite: INTARC
   30 and 32 or Equivalent)	                                 (3)                      Interior Architectural Design Level II
INTARC	45,	CAD	Commercial	Design	(Prerequisite: INTARC 32,                                  A	Certificate	of	Achievement	is	granted	upon	completion	
   35, and 38 or Equivalent)	                                (3)                      of	 the	 20	 required	 units	 listed	 under	 the	 Level	 II	 Associate	
INTARC	46,	CAD	Working	Drawings	(Prerequisite: INTARC 32,                             degree.
   35, and 38, or Equivalent)	                               (3)
INTARC	47,	Business	and	Professional	Practice	(Prerequisite:                          DEPARTMENT CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS
   INTARC 33 or Equivalent)	                                 (3)                           Catalog	rights	dictate	that	a	student	may	satisfy	the	require-
INTARC	49,	Trade	Resources	for	Film	and	TV	                  (3)                      ments	for	a	degree	or	certificate	by	satisfactorily	completing	the	
INTARC	50,	Code	and	Specifications	                          (3)                      general	education	and	major/area	of	emphasis	requirements	in	
INTARC	52,	Production	Design	for	Film	and	TV	(Prerequisite:                           effect	at	any	time	during	the	student’s	continuous	enrollment.	
   INTARC 28 and 32 or Equivalent)
                                                                                      Continuous	enrollment	is	defined	as	enrollment	in	consecutive	
INTARC	54,	Universal	Design	for	Interiors	(3)	(Prerequisite:
                                                                                      Fall	and	Spring	semesters	until	program	completion.
   INTARC 32 or Equivalent)
INTARC	57,	Interior	3D	CAD	Modeling	(Prerequisite: INTARC                                 At least 50% of the required units for a Department
   32, 35, and 38 or Equivalent)                             (3)                      Certificate must be completed at Santa Monica College.
                   Major requirements for transfer change frequently. Please access ASSIST at www.assist.org for the most up-to-date requirements.
                             For the most up-to-date AA and Certificate of Achievement requirements, visit www.smc.edu/articulation.
                     100      SANTA MONICA COLLEGE CATALOG 2011-2012


                         Students	must	receive	a	grade	of	C	or	higher	in	each	course	                     INTARC	90B,	Internship	(Prerequisite: Approve internship with
                    to	successfully	complete	a	Department	Certificate.                                       instructor prior to enrollment)	                           (2)
                    Set Design and Art Direction for Film and TV                                              NOTE:	If	you	have	previous	skills	(for	example;	Beginning	
                    Course No./Course name (Prerequisites)                     Units                      Drafting),	a	waiver	for	the	equivalent	course	is	possible.
                    INTARC	28,	Interior	Illustration	(formerly	INTARC	43)	      (3)                           •	 Students	must	achieve	a	grade	of	C	or	higher	in	
                    INTARC	32,	Beginning	Drafting	for	Interior	Architectural		                                    each	Interior	Architectural	Design	Program	Course	
                       Design	                                                  (3)                               to	receive	an	Associate	degree	or	Certificate	of	
                    INTARC	37,	Set	Design	and	Art	Direction	for	Film/TV	        (3)                               Achievement	in	CAD	Production	and	Design.
                    INTARC	42,	History	of	Interior	Arch	&	Furniture	II	         (3)                           •	 At	least	50%	of	the	units	required	for	Certificate	of	
                    INTARC	49,	Trade	Resources	for	Film/TV	                     (3)                               Achievement	must	be	completed	at	Santa	Monica	
                    INTARC	51,	Rapid	Visualization	(Prerequisite: INTARC 28 or                                    College.
                       Equivalent)	                                             (3)
                    TOTAL	UNITS	                                                 18
                    Recommended Electives
                    INTARC	34,	Applied	Color	and	Design	Theory	                   (3)                     Journalism
                    INTARC	35,	Computer	Aided	Design/Drafting	(Prerequisite:
                       INTARC 32 or Equivalent)	                                  (3)                          The	 Journalism	 program	 teaches	 students	 the	 methods	
                    INTARC	36,	Interior	Materials	and	Products	                   (3)                     and	techniques	for	gathering,	processing	and	delivering	news,	
                    INTARC	38,	Advanced	Computer	Aided	Design/Drafting		                                  and	prepares	students	to	be	professional	print	and	multimedia	
                       (Prerequisite: INTARC 32, 35 or Equivalent)	               (3)                     journalists.	Included	is	instruction	in	news	writing	and	editing,	
                    INTARC	41,	History	of	Interior	Architecture	and	Furniture	I	 (3)                      reporting	and	multimedia	story	production,	professional	stan-
Areas of Emphasis




                    INTARC	52,	Production	Design	for	Film/TV		                                            dards	and	ethics,	and	journalism	history	and	research.	Careers	
                       (Prerequisite: INTARC 28 and 32 or Equivalent)	            (3)                     in	this	field	include	book	editor,	copywriter,	film	critic,	foreign	
   Majors and




                    INTARC	60,	Contemporary	Furniture	                            (3)                     correspondent,	 freelance	 writing,	 online	 editor,	 multimedia	
                    INTARC	62,	Model	Building	(Prerequisite: INTARC 32 or                                 story	producer,	journalist,	magazine	editor,	news	anchor,	news-
                       Equivalent)	                                               (3)                     paper	editor,	publicist,	sportswriter,	and	technical	writer.
                    INTARC	65,	Digital	Rendering	for	Interiors	                   (3)
                                                                                                               Students	planning	to	transfer	to	a	four-year	college	should	
                    INTARC	66,	Visual	History	of	American	Housing	                (3)
                    INTARC	70,	Interior	3D	Computer	Rendering/Animation		                                 complete	the	lower-division	major	requirements	and	the	gen-
                       (Prerequisite: INTARC 28, 32, and 35 or Equivalent)	       (3)                     eral	education	pattern	for	the	appropriate	transfer	college.
                    INTARC	90C,	Internship	(Prerequisite: Approve internship with                               This	major	may	also	lead	to	many	other	careers.	For	addi-
                       instructor prior to enrollment)	                           (3)                     tional	possibilities,	visit	the	Career	Services	Center	on	campus	
                    •	 Students	can	take	any	class	or	Recommended	Elective	at	any	                        to	 utilize	 computerized	 career	 information	 systems	 and	 other	
                       time	if	no	prerequisite	is	required.                                               valuable	career	resources.
                    •	 Students	must	achieve	a	grade	of	C	or	higher	in	each	Pro-
                       gram	Course	to	receive	a	Certificate	of	Achievement	in	Set	                        TRANSFER
                       Design	and	Art	Direction	for	Film	and	TV.
                    •	 At	least	50%	of	the	units	required	for	Certificates	of	Achieve-                          Students	planning	to	transfer	to	a	four-year	college	should	
                       ment	must	be	completed	at	Santa	Monica	College.                                    complete	the	lower-division	major	requirements	and	the	gen-
                                                                                                          eral	 education	 pattern	 for	 the	 appropriate	 transfer	 institution.	
                    CAD Production and Design
                                                                                                          Santa	 Monica	 College	 has	 articulation	 agreements	 for	 this	
                    Course No./Course name (Prerequisites)                   Units
                                                                                                          major	 with	 the	 following	 UC,	 CSU,	 and	 private	 institutions.	
                    INTARC	35,	Computer	Aided	Design/Drafting	(Prerequisite:
                                                                                                          Exact	 major	 requirements	 for	 these	 and	 other	 UC	 and	 CSU	
                       INTARC 32 or Equivalent)	                              (3)
                                                                                                          campuses	 can	 be	 found	 online	 at	 www.assist.org.	 Articulation	
                    INTARC	38,	Advanced	Computer	Aided	Design/Drafting	(Pre-
                                                                                                          agreements	 with	 private	 institutions	 can	 be	 found	 online	 at	
                       requisite: INTARC 32, 35 or Equivalent)	               (3)
                    INTARC	40,	CAD	Space	Planning	or	INTARC	45,	CAD	Com-                                  www.smc.edu/articulation.
                       mercial	Design	(Prerequisite: INTARC 32, 35, and 38 or                                • California State University, Fullerton
                       Equivalent)	                                           (3)                              B.A.	Communications/emphasis	Print	and	Broadcast	
                    INTARC	46,	CAD	Working	Drawings	(Prerequisite: INTARC 32,                                     Journalism
                       35, and 38 or Equivalent)	                             (3)                              Visual	Journalism	emphasis
                    INTARC	57,	Interior	3D	CAD	Modeling	(Prerequisite: INTARC
                       32, 35, and 38 or Equivalent)	                         (3)                            • California State University, Long Beach
                    INTARC	70,	Interior	3D	Computer	Rendering/Animation	(Pre-                                  B.A.	Journalism	
                       requisite: INTARC 28, 32, and 35 or Equivalent)	       (3)                            • California State University, Northridge
                    TOTAL	UNITS	                                               18                              B.A.	Journalism
                    Electives                                                                                • San Diego State University
                    INTARC	28,	Interior	Illustration	                          (3)
                                                                                                               B.A.	Journalism
                    INTARC	50,	Codes	and	Specifications	                       (3)
                    INTARC	51,	Rapid	Visualization	(Prerequisite: INTARC 28 or                               • San Jose State University
                       Equivalent)	                                            (3)                             B.A.	Journalism
                                       Major requirements for transfer change frequently. Please access ASSIST at www.assist.org for the most up-to-date requirements.
                                                 For the most up-to-date AA and Certificate of Achievement requirements, visit www.smc.edu/articulation.
                                                                              SANTA MONICA COLLEGE CATALOG 2011-2012                                     101


    Santa	Monica	College	has	articulation	agreements	for	this	                                Photography	14	(same as Journalism 22),	Photography	for	
major	 (see	 www.smc.edu/articulation	 for	 exact	 requirements)	                               Publication	(3)
with	the	following	private	and	out-of-state	institutions:                                     Photography	29,	Video	Production	for	Still	Photographers	
                                                                                                (3)	
    • University of Southern California (USC)
                                                                                              GROUP	C
      B.A.	Print	Journalism
                                                                                              Communication	1,	Survey	of	Mass	Media	(3)
      B.A.	Broadcast	Journalism
                                                                                              Communication	2,	Reading	Media:	Acquiring	Media	
      B.A.	Public	Relations
                                                                                                Literacy	Skills	(3)
                                                                                              Communication	10,	Journalism,	Gender	and	Race	(3)
ASSOCIATE DEGREE – 60 UNITS
      The	 Associate	 degree	 in	 Journalism	 involves	 satisfac-
tory	completion	of	a	minimum	of	60	semester	units	with	a	C	
average	 or	 higher,	 including	 at	 least	 19	 semester	 units	 in	 the	               Kinesiology Physical
Journalism	 area	 of	 emphasis	 (articulated	 below),	 fulfillment	
of	 the	 Global	 Citizenship	 requirement,	 and	 fulfillment	 of	 all	                  Education
Santa	 Monica	 College	 general	 education	 requirements,	 CSU	
GE,	or	IGETC.                                                                                Physical	 Education	 prepares	 people	 to	 teach	 or	 coach	
                                                                                        sports	 for	 all	 age	 levels.	 Kinesiology	 or	 Physiological	 Science	
     Catalog	rights	dictate	that	a	student	may	satisfy	the	require-                     can	lead	to	careers	in	physical	therapy,	athletic	training,	exercise	
ments	for	a	degree	or	certificate	by	satisfactorily	completing	the	                     physiology	and	sports	medicine.
general	education	and	major/area	of	emphasis	requirements	in	
effect	at	any	time	during	the	student’s	continuous	enrollment.	                               This	major	may	also	lead	to	many	other	careers.	For	addi-




                                                                                                                                                                   Areas of Emphasis
Continuous	enrollment	is	defined	as	enrollment	in	consecutive	                          tional	possibilities,	visit	the	Career	Services	Center	on	campus	
Fall	and	Spring	semesters	until	program	completion.                                     to	 utilize	 computerized	 career	 information	 systems	 and	 other	




                                                                                                                                                                      Majors and
                                                                                        valuable	career	resources.
   At least 50% of the area of emphasis (major) units
must be completed at Santa Monica College.                                              TRANSFER
     Each	course	in	the	area	of	emphasis	(major)	must	be	com-                                 Students	planning	to	transfer	to	a	four-year	college	should	
pleted	with	a	grade	of	C	or	higher.                                                     complete	the	lower-division	major	requirements	and	the	gen-
                                                                                        eral	 education	 pattern	 for	 the	 appropriate	 transfer	 institution.	
Journalism (19 units)
                                                                                        Santa	 Monica	 College	 has	 articulation	 agreements	 for	 this	
    Required Courses: (10 units minimum)
                                                                                        major	 with	 the	 following	 UC,	 CSU,	 and	 private	 institutions.	
    Journalism	1,	The	News	(3)
                                                                                        Exact	 major	 requirements	 for	 these	 and	 other	 UC	 and	 CSU	
    Journalism	15,	Introduction	to	Multimedia	Storytelling	                             campuses	 can	 be	 found	 online	 at	 www.assist.org.	 Articulation	
       (3)                                                                              agreements	 with	 private	 institutions	 can	 be	 found	 online	 at	
    Journalism	16,	Producing	the	Campus	Newspaper	(4,4)                                 www.smc.edu/articulation.
	     Select at least one course from each group:                                          • University of California, Davis
      GROUP	A                                                                                A.B.	Exercise	Science
      Broadcasting	4A,	Newscasting	and	Newswriting	(3)                                       B.S.	Exercise	Science
      Journalism	3,	Editing	(3)
      Journalism	8,	Writing	to	Sell	(3,3)                                                  • California State University, Dominguez Hills
      Journalism	17,	Editing	the	Campus	Newspaper	(2,2)                                      B.A.	Physical	Education
      Journalism	18,	Opinion	Writing	(3)                                                     Fitness	Director	option
      Journalism	19,	Online	Newspaper	(3,3)                                                  Pre-Physical	Therapy	option
      Journalism	20,	Producing	Magazines	for	the	Web	(3,3)                                   Teaching	option
      Journalism	43,	Public	Relations	and	Publicity	(3)                                    • California State University, Long Beach
      Journalism	90,	Internship	(2,2,2)                                                      B.S.	Athletic	Training
      GROUP	B                                                                                B.S.	Kinesiology
      CIS	50,	Internet,	HTML,	and	Web	Design	(3)                                             Exercise	Science	option
      CIS	56,	Web	Media	Production	(3)                                                       Fitness	option
      CIS	59A,	Dreamweaver	1	(3)                                                             Kinesiotherapy	option
      CIS	60A,	Photoshop	I	(3)                                                               Physical	Education	option
      Entertainment	Technology	31A,	Digital	Video	                                           Sport	Psychology	and	Coaching	option
         Fundamentals	(3)
      Journalism	21,	News	Photography	(3,3)                                                • California State University, Los Angeles
                                                                                             B.S.	Exercise	Science
      Journalism	22,	Photography	for	Publication	(3,3)
                                                                                             Exercise	and	Nutrition	option
      Graphic	Design	31,	Graphic	Design	Studio	(2,	2)
                                                                                             B.S.	Kinesiology
      Graphic	Design	34,	Publication	and	Page	Design	1	(3)
                                                                                             Dance	concentration
      Graphic	Design	64,	Digital	Imaging	for	Design	(3)	
      Graphic	Design	65,	Web	Design	(3)	                                                   • California State University, Northridge
      Photography	13	(same as Journalism 21),	News	                                          B.S.	Athletic	Training
         Photography	(3)	                                                                    Applied	Fitness	and	Active	Lifestyle	Development	option
                     Major requirements for transfer change frequently. Please access ASSIST at www.assist.org for the most up-to-date requirements.
                               For the most up-to-date AA and Certificate of Achievement requirements, visit www.smc.edu/articulation.
                     102       SANTA MONICA COLLEGE CATALOG 2011-2012


                         B.S.	Kinesiology                                                                        PRO	CR	12,	Emergency	Care	and	Water	Safety	Instruction	
                         Exercise	Science	option                                                                   (3)
                                                                                                                 PRO	CR	15,	Sports	Management	(3)
                        Santa	Monica	College	has	articulation	agreements	for	this	
                                                                                                                 PRO	CR	29A,	Officiating	Fall	Sports	(3)
                    major	 (see	 www.smc.edu/articulation	 for	 exact	 requirements)	
                                                                                                                 PRO	CR	29B,	Officiating	Spring	Sports	(3)
                    with	the	following	private	and	out-of-state	institutions:
                      • Loyola Marymount University                                                             Additional	 graduation	 requirements	 for	 the	 Associate	
                        B.S.	Athletic	Training                                                             degree	from	Santa	Monica	College	are	listed	in	the	Academics	
                                                                                                           section	 of	 this	 catalog,	 as	 well	 as	 online	 (go	 to	 www.smc.edu/
                          General	 education	 requirements	 for	 the	 University	 of	                      articulation).
                    California	and	California	State	University	and	other	local	uni-
                    versities	 are	 available	 online	 at	 www.smc.edu/articulation	 and	

                                                                                                           Liberal Arts
                    listed	in	the	Academics	section	of	this	catalog.

                    ASSOCIATE DEGREE – 60 UNITS
                                                                                                                The	Liberal	Studies	Associate	degree	is	available	to	students	
                         The	 Associate	 degree	 in	 Kinesiology	 Physical	 Education	
                                                                                                           who	enrolled	at	SMC	in	Spring	2010	or	earlier	and	who	have	
                    involves	satisfactory	completion	of	a	minimum	of	60	semester	
                                                                                                           maintained	continuous	enrollment.	(See	page	51	for	definition	
                    units	with	a	C	average	or	higher,	including	at	least	28	semester	
                                                                                                           of	 continuous	 enrollment.)	 For	 Liberal	 Arts	 Associate	 degree	
                    units	 in	 the	 Kinesiology	 Physical	 Education	 area	 of	 emphasis	
                                                                                                           requirements,	please	see	the	2008-09	SMC	catalog.
                    (articulated	 below),	 fulfillment	 of	 the	 Global	 Citizenship	
                    requirement,	and	fulfillment	of	all	Santa	Monica	College	gen-
                    eral	education	requirements,	CSU	GE,	or	IGETC.
                                                                                                           Liberal Arts – Arts &
Areas of Emphasis




                         Catalog	rights	dictate	that	a	student	may	satisfy	the	require-
   Majors and




                                                                                                           Humanities
                    ments	for	a	degree	or	certificate	by	satisfactorily	completing	the	
                    general	education	and	major/area	of	emphasis	requirements	in	
                    effect	at	any	time	during	the	student’s	continuous	enrollment.	
                    Continuous	enrollment	is	defined	as	enrollment	in	consecutive	                              The	 Liberal	 Arts	 –	 Arts	 &	 Humanities	 program	 focuses	
                    Fall	and	Spring	semesters	until	program	completion.                                    on	 combined	 studies	 in	 art	 and	 humanities,	 as	 distinguished	
                       At least 50% of the area of emphasis (major) units                                  from	the	social	and	behavioral	sciences,	with	an	emphasis	on	
                    must be completed at Santa Monica College.                                             languages,	literature,	art,	music,	philosophy,	and	religion.	This	
                                                                                                           major	provides	a	broad	education	that	can	be	used	in	a	variety	
                         Each	course	in	the	area	of	emphasis	(major)	must	be	com-
                                                                                                           of	careers,	including	teaching.
                    pleted	with	a	grade	of	C	or	higher.
                                                                                                                 This	major	may	also	lead	to	many	other	careers.	For	addi-
                    Kinesiology Physical Education (28 units)                                              tional	possibilities,	visit	the	Career	Services	Center	on	campus	
                    Required Courses: (23 units)                                                           to	 utilize	 computerized	 career	 information	 systems	 and	 other	
                        Anatomy	1,	Human	Anatomy	(4)                                                       valuable	career	resources.
                        Physiology	3,	Human	Physiology	(4)
                                                                                                                For	additional	information	on	Teacher	Preparation,	please	
                        PRO	CR	10,	Introduction	to	Kinesiology	(3)
                        PRO	CR	11,	Introduction	to	Sports	Injuries	(3)                                     see	the	Teacher	Preparation	guide,	available	online	at	www.smc.
                        Math	22,	College	Algebra	(3)	or	Math	52,	Elementary	                               edu/articulation and	in	the	Transfer/Counseling	Center.
                            Statistics	(3)
                        Psychology	1,	General	Psychology	(3)                                               ASSOCIATE IN ARTS DEGREE
                        Sociology	1,	Introduction	to	Sociology	(3)                                              The	Associate	degree	in	Liberal	Arts	–	Arts	&	Humanities	
                    Select one course from the following:                                                  involves	satisfactory	completion	of	a	minimum	of	60	semester	
                         Chemistry	10,	Introduction	General	Chemistry	(5)                                  units	with	a	C	average	or	higher,	including	at	least	18	semester	
                         Physics	6,	General	Physics	(4)	                                                   units	 in	 the	 Arts	 &	 Humanities	 area	 of	 emphasis	 (articulated	
                         Physics	8,	General	Physics	with	Calculus	(4)                                      below),	 fulfillment	 of	 the	 Global	 Citizenship	 requirement,	
                         Physics	14,	Introductory	Physics	with	Lab	(4)	                                    and	fulfillment	of	all	Santa	Monica	College	general	education	
                                                                                                           requirements,	CSU	GE,	or	IGETC.
                    Select additional courses to total 28 units from the following:
                         Dance	20,	Ethnic	Dance	(1,1)                                                           Catalog	rights	dictate	that	a	student	may	satisfy	the	require-
                         Dance	22,	Mexican	Dance	(2,2)                                                     ments	for	a	degree	or	certificate	by	satisfactorily	completing	the	
                         Dance,	27,	Brazilian	Dance	(2,2)                                                  general	education	and	major/area	of	emphasis	requirements	in	
                         Dance	31,	Ballet	(1,1)                                                            effect	at	any	time	during	the	student’s	continuous	enrollment.	
                         Health	10,	Fundamental	of	Healthful	Living	(3)                                    Continuous	enrollment	is	defined	as	enrollment	in	consecutive	
                         Kinesiology	PE	3,	Introduction	to	Exercise	Physiology	1	                          Fall	and	Spring	semesters	until	program	completion.
                             (3)
                                                                                                              At least 50% of the area of emphasis (major) units
                         PRO	CR	3,	Coaching	of	Racket	Sports	(3)
                                                                                                           must be completed at Santa Monica College.
                         PRO	CR	4,	Coaching	of	Track	and	Field	(3)
                         PRO	CR	6A,	Coaching	of	Football	(3)                                                    Each	course	in	the	area	of	emphasis	(major)	must	be	com-
                         PRO	CR	6B,	Coaching	of	Baseball	(3)                                               pleted	with	a	grade	of	C	or	higher.
                                        Major requirements for transfer change frequently. Please access ASSIST at www.assist.org for the most up-to-date requirements.
                                                  For the most up-to-date AA and Certificate of Achievement requirements, visit www.smc.edu/articulation.
                                                                              SANTA MONICA COLLEGE CATALOG 2011-2012                                     103


Liberal Arts (18 units)                                                                           51),	52	(same as Political Science 52); Political	Science	
                                                                                                  51	(same as Philosophy 51),	52	(same as Philosophy 52);
      Program Learning Outcomes: Students	 completing	 a	
                                                                                                  Religious	Studies	(22)	(same as Philosophy 22),	(23)	
degree	 in	 Liberal	 Arts	 –	 Arts	 &	 Humanities	 will	 demonstrate	
                                                                                                  (same as Philosophy 23),	51	(same as English 51),	52	
through	 oral	 and	 written	 academic	 work	 knowledge	 of	 the	
                                                                                                  (same as English 52); Russian	1,	2,	(3),	(4),	8;	Spanish	
arts	 and	 humanities	 and	 be	 prepared	 to	 pursue	 further	 study	
                                                                                                  1,	2,	3,	4,	8,	9,	11,	12,	20;	Speech	2,	4;	Turkish	1
in	 a	 related	 major	 at	 the	 baccalaureate	 level.	 Students	 will	 be	
proficient	in	the	research,	analytical,	and	communication	skills	                           ( ) Courses in parentheses are no longer offered.
necessary	to	present	a	critical	analysis.                                               *May be 1.5 or 2 unit course; additional course may be required to
      Select	from	the	following	two	groups:	(Some of these courses                      meet minimum 6 unit Arts requirement.
will also satisfy GE areas IIA, IIB, and/or III. These courses are                          PLEASE	NOTE:	Courses	that	fulfill	the	Global	Citizenship	
marked in bold.)                                                                        requirement	are	designated	by	bold underlined	text.
     GROUP	A:	ARTS
     Select at least two courses from different disciplines: (minimum
6 units required)
     Architecture	(50)	(same as Art 6),	(51)	(same as Art 7);
                                                                                        Liberal Arts – Social
         Art	(1),	(2),	(3),	(4),	(5),	(6)	(same as Architecture 50),	
         (7)	Art	(1),	(2),	(3),	(4),	(5),	(6)	(same as Architecture                     & Behavioral Science
         50), (7)	(same as Architecture 51), (8),	(9),	(9A),	
         10A*,	10B*,	13,	20A*,	20B*,	40A*,	40B,	43A,	43B,	                                   The	 Liberal	 Arts	 –	 Social	 &	 Behavioral	 Science	 program	
         (71),	(72),	(73)	(same as Photography 52), (79)	(sat-                          focuses	 on	 the	 combined	 study	 of	 the	 social	 and	 behavioral	
         isfies Global Citizenship requirement if completed Fall                        sciences,	 as	 distinguished	 from	 the	 arts	 and	 humanities,	 with	




                                                                                                                                                                   Areas of Emphasis
         2008 or later); Art	History	1,	2,	3,	[11] (satisfies Global                    an	emphasis	on	economics,	history,	political	science,	psychol-
         Citizenship requirement if completed Fall 2008 or later),	                     ogy,	sociology,	and	anthropology.	This	major	provides	a	broad	




                                                                                                                                                                      Majors and
         15,	17,	18,	21,	22,	52	(same as Photography 52), 71,	                          education	 that	 can	 be	 used	 in	 a	 variety	 of	 careers,	 including	
         72; Cinema	(1),	(2),	(4),	(5),	(6),	(7),	(8),	(9),	(10);	                      teaching.
         Dance	2,	5;	Entertainment	Technology	61	(same as                                     This	major	may	also	lead	to	many	other	careers.	For	addi-
         Graphic Design 74); Film	Studies	1,	2,	5,	6,	8,	9,	10;	                        tional	possibilities,	visit	the	Career	Services	Center	on	campus	
         Graphic	Design	74	(same as Entertainment Technology                            to	 utilize	 computerized	 career	 information	 systems	 and	 other	
         61); Interior	Architectural	Design	30,	34,	41,	42,	60,	                        valuable	career	resources.
         66;	Interior	Design	(30),	(34),	(41),	(42),	(60),	(66);	
         Music	1,	30,	31,	32,	33	(satisfies Global Citizenship                               For	additional	information	on	Teacher	Preparation,	please	
         requirement if completed Fall 2005 or later), 34,	35,	36	                      see	the	Teacher	Preparation	guide,	available	online	at	www.smc.
         (satisfies Global Citizenship if completed Fall 2009 or                        edu/articulation and	in	the	Transfer/Counseling	Center.
         later), 37,	39,	60A*,	60B*,	66;	Photography	52	(same
         as AHIS 52 and Art 73); Theatre	Arts	2,	5,	7,	41                               ASSOCIATE DEGREE

( ) Courses in parentheses are no longer offered.                                            The	Associate	degree	in	Liberal	Arts	–	Social	&	Behavioral	
*May be 1.5 or 2 unit course; additional course may be required to                      Science	involves	satisfactory	completion	of	a	minimum	of	60	
meet minimum 6 unit Arts requirement.                                                   semester	 units	 with	 a	 C	 average	 or	 higher,	 including	 at	 least	
     PLEASE	NOTE:	Courses	that	fulfill	the	Global	Citizenship	                          18	 semester	 units	 in	 the	 Social	 &	 Behavioral	 Science	 area	
requirement	are	designated	by	bold underlined	text.                                     of	 emphasis	 (articulated	 below),	 fulfillment	 of	 the	 Global	
                                                                                        Citizenship	 requirement,	 and	 fulfillment	 of	 all	 Santa	 Monica	
     GROUP	B:	HUMANITIES
                                                                                        College	general	education	requirements,	CSU	GE,	or	IGETC.
     Select at least two courses from different disciplines: (minimum
6 units required)                                                                            Catalog	rights	dictate	that	a	student	may	satisfy	the	require-
     American	Sign	Language	1,	2;	Arabic	1;	Chinese	1,	2,	3,	4,	                        ments	for	a	degree	or	certificate	by	satisfactorily	completing	the	
         8,	9;	English	2,	3,	4,	5,	6,	7,	8,	9,	10,	11	(same as Film                     general	education	and	major/area	of	emphasis	requirements	in	
         Studies 11),	(12*),	14,	15,	17,	18,	(25*),	26	(same as                         effect	at	any	time	during	the	student’s	continuous	enrollment.	
         Humanities 26),	(27A-Z*),	30A,	30B,	(30C),	(30D),	                             Continuous	enrollment	is	defined	as	enrollment	in	consecutive	
         31,	32	(same as History 30),	34,	38,	39,	40,	41,	45,	50,	                      Fall	and	Spring	semesters	until	program	completion.
         51	(same as Religious Studies 51),	52	(same as Religious
                                                                                           At least 50% of the area of emphasis (major) units
         Studies 52),	53,	54,	55,	56,	57,	58,	59;	Film	Studies	
                                                                                        must be completed at Santa Monica College.
         7,	11	(same as English 11); Environmental Studies 20
         (same as Philosophy 20); French	1,	2,	3,	4,	8,	(12);	                               Each	course	in	the	area	of	emphasis	(major)	must	be	com-
         German	1,	2,	3,	4,	8;	Hebrew	1,	2,	3,	4,	8;	History	30	                        pleted	with	a	grade	of	C	or	higher.
         (same as English 32),	48	(same as Philosophy 48),	53,	
                                                                                        Liberal Arts (18 units)
         55;	Humanities	26	(same as English 26); Italian	1,	2,	3,	
         (4),	8;	Japanese	1,	2,	3,	4,	8;	Korean	1,	2,	3,	4;	Persian	                         Program Learning Outcomes: Students	 completing	 a	
         1,	2;	Philosophy	1,	2,	3,	4,	5,	6,	10,	11,	20	(same	                           degree	in	Liberal	Arts	–	Social	&	Behavioral	Science	will	dem-
         as	Environmental	Studies	20),	22	(same as Religious                            onstrate	 through	 oral	 and	 written	 academic	 work	 knowledge	
         Studies 22),	23	(same as Religious Studies 23),	24,	41,	                       of	the	social	and	behavioral	sciences	and	be	prepared	to	pur-
         48	(same as History 48),	51	(same as Political Science                         sue	further	study	in	a	related	major	at	the	baccalaureate	level.	
                     Major requirements for transfer change frequently. Please access ASSIST at www.assist.org for the most up-to-date requirements.
                               For the most up-to-date AA and Certificate of Achievement requirements, visit www.smc.edu/articulation.
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                                                                                                           Mathematics
                    Students	will	be	proficient	in	the	research,	analytical,	and	com-
                    munication	skills	necessary	to	present	a	critical	analysis.
                         Select	from	the	following	two	groups: (Some of these courses
                    will also satisfy GE areas IIA, IIB, and/or III. These courses are                          Mathematicians	 use	 symbolic	 languages	 to	 set	 up	 and	
                    marked in bold.)                                                                       analyze	relationships	among	quantities	and	qualities	of	things,	
                                                                                                           events,	 and	 places.	 Pure	 mathematicians	 develop	 the	 theories	
                         GROUP	A:	SOCIAL	SCIENCE                                                           to	further	the	science	of	mathematics.	Possible	careers	include	
                         Select at least two courses from different disciplines: (minimum                  actuary,	computer	engineer,	cryptographer,	satellite	communi-
                    6 units required)                                                                      cations	expert,	robotics	programmer,	statistician	and	teacher.
                         Economics	1,	2,	5 (satisfies Global Citizenship requirement
                             if completed Spring 2008 or later) (same as Global Studies                          This	major	may	also	lead	to	many	other	careers.	For	addi-
                             5 and Political Science 5), 6,	15	(same as History 15);                       tional	possibilities,	visit	the	Career	Services	Center	on	campus	
                             Environmental	Studies	7	(satisfies Global Citizenship                         to	 utilize	 computerized	 career	 information	 systems	 and	 other	
                             requirement if completed Fall 2001 or later) (same as                         valuable	career	resources.
                             Geography 7); Geography	2,	7 (same as Environmental
                             Studies 7), 8	(same as Urban Studies 8), 11	(same as                          TRANSFER
                             Global Studies 11), 14; Global	Studies	5	(satisfies Global                          Students	planning	to	transfer	to	a	four-year	college	should	
                             Citizenship requirement if completed Spring 2008 or later)	                   complete	the	lower-division	major	requirements	and	the	gen-
                             (same as Economics 5 and Political Science 5), 10,	11	                        eral	 education	 pattern	 for	 the	 appropriate	 transfer	 institution.	
                             (same as Geography 11); History	1,	2,	3,	4,	5,	6,	10,	11,	                    Santa	 Monica	 College	 has	 articulation	 agreements	 for	 this	
                             12,	13,	15	(same as Economics 15), 16,	19,	20,	21,	22,	                       major	 with	 the	 following	 UC,	 CSU,	 and	 private	 institutions.	
Areas of Emphasis




                             23,	24,	25,	26,	(28),	29,	30,	33,	34,	(35),	(36),	(37),	                      Exact	 major	 requirements	 for	 these	 and	 other	 UC	 and	 CSU	
                             38,	39,	41,	42,	43,	45,	46,	47,	48	(same as Philosophy                        campuses	 can	 be	 found	 online	 at	 www.assist.org.	 Articulation	
   Majors and




                             48), 52,	55,	62;	Philosophy	48	(same as History 48),                          agreements	 with	 private	 institutions	 can	 be	 found	 online	 at	
                             51	(same as Political Science 51), 52	(same as Political                      www.smc.edu/articulation.
                             Science 52); Political	Science	1,	2,	5	(satisfies Global
                             Citizenship if completed Spring 2008 or later) (same as                          • University of California, Berkeley
                             Economics 5 and Global Studies 5), 7,	8,	11,	14,	21,	22,	                          B.A.	Mathematics/Applied	Mathematics
                             23,	(28),	31,	47,	51	(same as Philosophy 51), 52	(same                           • University of California, Davis
                             as Philosophy 52); Sociology	1,	1 S,	2,	2 S,	4,	12,	(22),	                         A.B.	Mathematics
                             30,	31,	32,	33,	34; Urban	Studies	8	(same as Geography                             B.S.	Mathematics
                             8); Women’s	Studies	10,	20,	30                                                     A.B.	Statistics
                    ( ) Courses in parentheses are no longer offered.                                           B.S.	Statistics	(General	Option)
                    *May be 1.5 or 2 unit course; additional course may be required to                          B.S.	Statistics	(Computer	Science)
                    meet minimum 6 unit Arts requirement.                                                     • University of California, Irvine
                         GROUP	B:	BEHAVIORAL	SCIENCE                                                            B.S.	Mathematics
                         Select at least two courses from different disciplines: (minimum
                                                                                                              • University of California, Los Angeles
                    6 units required)
                                                                                                                B.S.	Mathematics
                         Anthropology	2	(satisfies Global Citizenship requirement if
                                                                                                                Other majors offered:
                             completed Fall 2008 or later),	3,	4,	7,	14	(satisfies Global
                                                                                                                Mathematics	of	Computation
                             Citizenship requirement if completed Fall 2008 or later),	
                                                                                                                Mathematics/Economics
                             20,	21,	22;	Bilingual	Studies	1;	Communication	1,
                                                                                                                Mathematics/Applied	Science
                             10; Early	Childhood	Education	11	(satisfies	Global	
                             Citizenship	requirement	If	completed	Fall	2009	or	                               • University of California, San Diego
                             later),	18	(same as Psychology 18); Environmental	                                 B.A.	Mathematics
                             Studies	40	(satisfies	Global	Citizenship	requirement	                              Other majors offered:
                             if	completed	Fall	2011	or	later)	(same	as	Psychology	                              B.A.	Applied	Mathematics/B.S.	Scientific	Computation
                             40);	Home	Economics	(6)	(same as Psychology 6);                                    B.A.	Mathematics/Applied	Science
                             Human	Development	(12);	Nutrition	7; Psychology	1,	                                B.A.	Mathematics
                             3,	5,	6	(same as Home Economics 6),	11	(same as Early                              B.A.	Mathematics/Computer	Science
                             Childhood Education 1),	12,	13,	14,	18	(same as Early
                                                                                                              • University of California, Santa Barbara
                             Childhood Education 18),	19,	25,	40	(satisfies	Global	
                                                                                                                B.S.	Mathematics/B.S.	Mathematical	Sciences
                             Citizenship	requirement	if	completed	Fall	2011	or	
                                                                                                                B.A.	Mathematics
                             later)	(same	as	Environmental	Studies	40);	Speech	7
                                                                                                              • University of California, Santa Cruz
                    ( ) Courses in parentheses are no longer offered.
                                                                                                                B.A.	Mathematics
                    *May be 1.5 or 2 unit course; additional course may be required to
                    meet minimum 6 unit Arts requirement.                                                     • California State University, Northridge
                         PLEASE	NOTE:	Courses	that	fulfill	the	Global	Citizenship	                              B.A.	Mathematics
                    requirement	are	designated	by	bold underlined	text.                                         B.S.	Mathematics
                                        Major requirements for transfer change frequently. Please access ASSIST at www.assist.org for the most up-to-date requirements.
                                                  For the most up-to-date AA and Certificate of Achievement requirements, visit www.smc.edu/articulation.
                                                                             SANTA MONICA COLLEGE CATALOG 2011-2012                                   105


    Santa	Monica	College	has	articulation	agreements	for	this	                         CSU	 transferable	 semester	 units	 with	 a	 C	 average	 or	 higher	
major	 (see	 www.smc.edu/articulation	 for	 exact	 requirements)	                      including	at	least	21	semester	units	in	the	Mathematics	area	of	
with	the	following	private	and	out-of-state	institutions:                              emphasis	(articulated	below).
  • Loyola Marymount University                                                              Students	must	complete	the	IGETC	or	CSU	GE	pattern.
    B.S.	Mathematics
                                                                                            Catalog	rights	dictate	that	a	student	may	satisfy	the	require-
      General	 education	 requirements	 for	 the	 University	 of	                      ments	for	a	degree	or	certificate	by	satisfactorily	completing	the	
California,	California	State	University	and	other	local	universi-                      general	education	and	major/area	of	emphasis	requirements	in	
ties	are	listed	in	the	Academics	section	of	this	catalog,	as	well	as	                  effect	at	any	time	during	the	student’s	continuous	enrollment.	
online	(go	to	www.smc.edu/articulation).                                               Continuous	enrollment	is	defined	as	enrollment	in	consecutive	
                                                                                       Fall	and	Spring	semesters	until	program	completion.


Mathematics –
                                                                                            Each	course	in	the	area	of	emphasis	(major)	must	be	com-
                                                                                       pleted	with	a	grade	of	C	or	higher.


Associate of Science                                                                   Mathematics for Transfer (21 units)
                                                                                       Required Courses: (18 units)

for Transfer (AS-T)                                                                        Math	7,	Calculus	1	(5)
                                                                                           Math	8,	Calculus	2	(5)
                                                                                           Math	11,	Multivariable	Calculus	(5)
     Upon	 successful	 completion	 of	 Santa	 Monica	 College’s	                           Math	13,	Linear	Algebra	(3)
Associate	of	Arts	in	Mathematics,	the	student	will	have	demon-
                                                                                       Select at least one course from the following: (3 units)




                                                                                                                                                              Areas of Emphasis
strated	 an	 understanding	 of	 Calculus	 of	 one	 and	 several	 vari-
ables,	Linear	Algebra,	as	well	as	other	applied	math	courses	and	                           CS	10,	Discrete	Structures	(3)




                                                                                                                                                                 Majors and
courses	from	other	disciplines	that	utilize	mathematics	in	their	                           Math	10,	Discrete	Structures	(3)	(strongly recommended)
content.	This	coursework	will	satisfy	most	of	the	lower-division	                           Math	15,	Ordinary	Differential	Equations	(3)	(strongly
mathematics	 requirements	 at	 many	 institutions	 at	 both	 the	                               recommended)
University	of	California	and	the	California	State	University	sys-                           Physics	8,	General	Physics	with	Calculus	(4)
tems.*	This	degree	is	intended	for	students	who	are	interested	                             Physics	21,	Mechanics	with	Lab	(5)
in	the	theory	of	mathematics	and	are	planning	on	transferring	
to	a	four-year	university	and	majoring	in	Mathematics,	Physics,	                       TRANSFER
Engineering,	or	Computer	Science.                                                           Upon	 completion	 of	 the	 Santa	 Monica	 College	 Associate	
     *Completion	 of	 this	 degree	 will	 give	 you	 priority	 admis-                  of	Science	in	Mathematics	for	Transfer	degree,	the	student	will	
sion	consideration	at	the	CSU	and	majors	listed	below.	In	addi-                        be	eligible	for	priority	admission	consideration	to	the	follow-
tion,	you	will	be	held	to	no	more	than	60	semester/90	quarter	                         ing	majors:
CSU	units	of	coursework	after	transfer	to	complete	your	degree.	                          • California State University, Bakersfield
If	you	are	planning	to	consider	transferring	to	a	UC,	private	or	                           B.S.	Mathematics	–	Applied	option
out	of	state	university,	please	consult	a	counselor	before	apply-                           B.S.	Mathematics	–	Statistics	option
ing	to	transfer,	as	transfer	requirements	might	be	different	than	                          B.S.	Mathematics	–	Teaching	option
those	required	for	the	AS-T	in	Mathematics.                                                 B.S.	Mathematics	–	Theoretical	option

ASSOCIATE DEGREE IN MATHEMATICS FOR TRANSFER TO                                           • California State University, Chico
THE CSU                                                                                     B.S.	Mathematics

      The	 Associate	 in	 Science	 for	 Transfer	 (AS-T)	 is	 granted	                    • California State University, East Bay
upon	successful	completion	of	a	program	of	study	with	a	mini-                               B.S.	Mathematics
mum	of	60	semester	units	with	an	overall	average	grade	of	C	or	                             B.S.	Mathematics	–	Applied	Mathematics	option
higher.	The	following	is	required:                                                          B.S.	Mathematics	Teaching	option
	 1.	 Minimum	of	60	CSU-transferable	semester	units.                                        B.S.	Statistics
	 2.	 Certified	 completion	 of	 the	 California	 State	 University	                      • California State University, Fullerton
      General	Education-Breadth	pattern	(CSU	GE	Breadth);	OR	                               B.A.	Mathematics
      the	Intersegmental	General	Education	Transfer	Curriculum	
      (IGETC)	pattern.                                                                    • California State University, Monterey Bay
	 3.	 Completion	 of	 major	 coursework	 detailed	 below.	 All	                             B.S.	Mathematics	–	Pure	Math	Concentration
      courses	in	the	major	must	be	completed	with	a	grade	of	C	                             B.S.	Mathematics	–	Secondary	Teaching	Concentration
      or	better.	
                                                                                          • California State University, Northridge
	 4.	 Minimum	grade	point	average	(GPA)	of	at	least	2.0	in	all	
                                                                                            B.S.	Mathematics	–	Applied	Mathematics	option
      CSU-transferable	coursework.
                                                                                          • California State University, San Bernardino
ASSOCIATE DEGREE – 60 UNITS                                                                 B.A.	Mathematics
    The	Associate	of	Science	degree	in	Mathematics	for	Transfer	                          • California State University, Stanislaus
to	CSU	involves	satisfactory	completion	of	a	minimum	of	60	                                 B.A.	Mathematics
                    Major requirements for transfer change frequently. Please access ASSIST at www.assist.org for the most up-to-date requirements.
                              For the most up-to-date AA and Certificate of Achievement requirements, visit www.smc.edu/articulation.
                      106       SANTA MONICA COLLEGE CATALOG 2011-2012


                         B.A.	Mathematics	with	Subject	Matter	Preparation	                                  TRANSFER
                            Program
                                                                                                                  Students	planning	to	transfer	to	a	four-year	college	should	
                      • Fresno State University                                                             complete	the	lower-division	major	requirements	and	the	gen-
                        B.A.	Mathematics                                                                    eral	 education	 pattern	 for	 the	 appropriate	 transfer	 institution.	
                                                                                                            Santa	 Monica	 College	 has	 articulation	 agreements	 for	 this	
                      • Humboldt State University                                                           major	 with	 the	 following	 UC,	 CSU,	 and	 private	 institutions.	
                        B.A.	Mathematics	(All Concentrations)                                               Exact	 major	 requirements	 for	 these	 and	 other	 UC	 and	 CSU	
                      • Sacramento State University                                                         campuses	 can	 be	 found	 online	 at	 www.assist.org.	 Articulation	
                        B.A.	Mathematics	–	Applied	Mathematics	And	Statistics	                              agreements	 with	 private	 institutions	 can	 be	 found	 online	 at	
                           Emphasis                                                                         www.smc.edu/articulation.
                        B.A.	Mathematics	–	Pure	Mathematics	Emphasis                                           • University of California, Davis
                        B.A.	Mathematics	–	Teacher	Preparation	Program	                                          Music	A.B.
                           Emphasis
                                                                                                               • University of California, Irvine
                      • San Francisco State University                                                           Music	(B.A.	or	B.S.	Music)
                        B.A.	Mathematics	–	Advanced	Study	Concentration                                          Bachelor	of	Music	(Special	String	Performance)
                        B.A.	Mathematics	–	Liberal	Arts	Concentration
                                                                                                               • University of California, Riverside
                        B.A.	Mathematics	–	Teaching	Concentration
                                                                                                                 Music	B.A.
                        B.S.	Applied	Mathematics
                                                                                                                 Music	and	Culture	B.A.
                        B.S.	Statistics
                                                                                                               • University of California, San Diego
Areas of Emphasis




                      • Sonoma State University                                                                  Music/Humanities	B.A.
                        B.A.	Applied	Statistics                                                                  Music:	Interdisciplinary	Computing	in	the	Arts,	B.A.
   Majors and




                        B.A.	Mathematics	–	Bi-Disciplinary	Concentration
                        B.A.	Mathematics	–	Pure	Mathematics	Concentration                                      • University of California, Santa Barbara
                        B.A.	Mathematics	–	Secondary	Teaching	Concentration                                      B.A./B.M.	Music
                        B.A.	Statistics                                                                        • California State University, Monterey Bay
                        B.S.	Mathematics	–	Applied	Mathematics	Concentration                                     B.A.	Music
                        B.S.	Mathematics	–	Computer	Science	Concentration	
                                                                                                               • California State University, Northridge
                                                                                                                 B.A.	Music

                    Music                                                                                        B.F.A.	Music
                                                                                                                 Breadth	Studies	option
                                                                                                                 Music	Industry	option
                          Musicians	 play,	 arrange,	 conduct,	 and	 compose	 musical	                           Music	Education	option
                    compositions.	 Most	 musicians	 specialize	 in	 either	 popular	                             Music	Therapy	option
                    or	 classical	 music,	 and	 are	 either	 solo	 artists	 or	 a	 member	 of	                 • San Francisco State University
                    a	 musical	 group.	 Composers	 create	 and	 write	 compositions	                             B.A./B.M.	Music
                    expressing	 ideas	 of	 feelings	 in	 musical	 form.	 Performers	 are	
                    often	also	composers,	or	lyricists	who	write	the	words	to	songs	                            Santa	Monica	College	has	articulation	agreements	for	this	
                    and	work	closely	with	the	composer.	In	addition	to	performing	                          major	 (see	 www.smc.edu/articulation	 for	 exact	 requirements)	
                    many	musicians	teach	instrumental	music.	                                               with	the	following	private	and	out-of-state	institutions:

                         The	music	curriculum	provides	educational	opportunities	                              • Loyola Marymount University
                                                                                                                 B.A.	Music	in	the	following	concentrations:
                    designed	to	meet	the	needs	of	students	who	wish	to	explore	as	
                                                                                                                 Choral	Conducting
                    well	as	increase	their	knowledge,	performance	skills	and	appre-
                                                                                                                 Instrumental	Conducting
                    ciation	of	music.	This	is	fulfilled	through	a	program	inclusive	
                                                                                                                 Instrumental	Studies
                    of	 applied	 and	 group	 music	 instruction,	 history,	 vocal	 and	
                                                                                                                 Music	History/Literature
                    instrumental	ensembles	and	theory.	
                                                                                                                 Theory/Composition
                         Music	 History	 is	 the	 study	 of	 the	 historical	 evolution	 of	                     Vocal	Studies
                    music	as	a	social	and	intellectual	phenomenon	which	includes	                                World	Music/Ethnomusicology
                    the	 development	 of	 musical	 instruments	 and	 techniques	 and	                            General	 education	 requirements	 for	 the	 California	 State	
                    the	analysis	and	criticism	of	musical	literature.	Students	study	                       Universities	and	Colleges	and	other	local	universities	are	listed	
                    music	 around	 the	 world	 during	 different	 eras	 including	 the	                     elsewhere	in	this	catalog,	as	well	as	online	(go	to	www.smc.edu/
                    roots	of	the	music	and	the	political	events	that	inspired	them.	                        articulation).
                    Careers	include	musicologists	and	music	teachers.	
                          This	major	may	also	lead	to	many	other	careers.	For	addi-                         ASSOCIATE DEGREE – 60 UNITS
                    tional	possibilities,	visit	the	Career	Services	Center	on	campus	                           Catalog	rights	dictate	that	a	student	may	satisfy	the	require-
                    to	 utilize	 computerized	 career	 information	 systems	 and	 other	                    ments	for	a	degree	or	certificate	by	satisfactorily	completing	the	
                    valuable	career	resources.                                                              general	education	and	major/area	of	emphasis	requirements	in	
                                         Major requirements for transfer change frequently. Please access ASSIST at www.assist.org for the most up-to-date requirements.
                                                   For the most up-to-date AA and Certificate of Achievement requirements, visit www.smc.edu/articulation.
                                                                              SANTA MONICA COLLEGE CATALOG 2011-2012                                   107


effect	at	any	time	during	the	student’s	continuous	enrollment.	                               Students	beyond	the	intermediate/early	advanced	level	in	
Continuous	enrollment	is	defined	as	enrollment	in	consecutive	                          piano	 may	 be	 exempted	 from	 this	 requirement	 by	 audition.	
Fall	and	Spring	semesters	until	program	completion.                                     Certification	of	the	exemption	by	the	Music	Department	must	
                                                                                        be	 filed	 with	 the	 petition	 for	 graduation.	 Students	 exempted	
   At least 50% of the area of emphasis (major) units                                   from	this	requirement	receive	course	credit	but	do	not	receive	
must be completed at Santa Monica College.                                              unit	credit.
     Each	course	in	the	area	of	emphasis	(major)	must	be	com-                                 Select additional units to meet minimum of 39 units from:
pleted	with	a	grade	of	C	or	higher.                                                           Music	10,	Popular	Harmony	and	Arranging	(3)
                                                                                              Music	12,	Introduction	to	Music	Technology	(3)
General Music (39 units)
                                                                                              Music	13,	Tonal	Counterpoint	(3)
     The	 Associate	 degree	 in	 Music	 involves	 satisfactory	 com-
                                                                                              Music	15,	Lettering	(3)
pletion	 of	 a	 minimum	 of	 60	 semester	 units	 with	 a	 C	 average	
                                                                                              Music	24,	Conducting	(2,2)
or	 higher,	 including	 at	 least	 39	 semester	 units	 in	 the	 General	
                                                                                              Music	30,	Music	History	I	(3)
Music	area	of	emphasis	(articulated	below),	fulfillment	of	the	                               Music	31,	Music	History	II	(3)
Global	 Citizenship	 requirement,	 and	 fulfillment	 of	 all	 Santa	                          Music	32,	Appreciation	of	Music	(3)
Monica	 College	 general	 education	 requirements,	 CSU	 GE,	 or	                             Music	33,	Jazz	in	American	Culture	(3)
IGETC.                                                                                        Music	34,	Survey	of	Piano	Music	(3)
Required Courses: (18-21 units)                                                               Music	35,	Women	in	Music	(3)
                                                                                              Music	36,	History	of	Rock	Music	(3)
    Music	1,	Fundamentals	of	Music	(3)	or	Music	66,	
                                                                                              Music	37,	Music	in	American	Culture	(3)
        Fundamentals	of	Music	and	Beginning	Piano	(5)
                                                                                              Music	39,	History	Of	Opera	(3)




                                                                                                                                                                Areas of Emphasis
    Music	2,	Musicianship	(2)
                                                                                              Music	40,	Opera	Workshop	(2,2,2)
    Music	3,	Musicianship	(2)
                                                                                              Music	42,	Advanced	Opera	Production	(5,5,5,5)




                                                                                                                                                                   Majors and
    Music	4,	Musicianship	(2)                                                                 Music	45,	Musical	Theatre	Workshop	(3,3)
    Music	6,	Diatonic	Harmony	(3)                                                             Music	50A,	Elementary	Voice	(2,2)
    Music	7,	Chromatic	Harmony	(3)                                                            Music	50B,	Intermediate	Voice	(2,2,2,2)
    Music	8,	Modulation	and	Analysis	(3)                                                      Music	52,	Advanced	Production	–	Musical	Theatre	(5,5,5)
	    All students must complete 8 units of performance ensemble                               Music	53,	Jazz	Vocal	Ensemble	(2,2,2,2)
     selected from:                                                                           Music	57,	Advanced	Vocal	Performance	Techniques	(2,2)
                                                                                              Music	59,	Chamber	Choir	(2,2,2,2)
     Music	40,	Opera	Workshop	(2,2,2)
                                                                                              Music	60A,	Elementary	Piano	–	First	Level	(2)	or	Music	
     Music	42,	Advanced	Opera	Production	(5,5,5,5)
                                                                                                 66,	Fundamentals	of	Music	and	Beginning	Piano	(5)	
     Music	45,	Musical	Theatre	Workshop	(3,3)
                                                                                                 [only	2	units	apply	to	piano	requirement;	student	will	
     Music	52,	Advanced	Production	–	Musical	Theatre	(5,5,5)                                     need	to	take	2	additional	units	of	piano	to	fulfill	this	
     Music	53,	Jazz	Vocal	Ensemble	(2,2,2,2)                                                     area]
     Music	55,	Concert	Chorale	(2,2,2,2)                                                      Music	60B,	Elementary	Piano	–	Second	Level	(2)
     Music	59,	Chamber	Choir	(2,2,2,2)                                                        Music	60C,	Elementary	Piano	–	Third	Level	(2)
     Music	64,	Piano	Ensemble	(2,2,2,2)                                                       Music	60D,	Elementary	Piano	–	Fourth	Level	(2)
     Music	74,	Orchestra	(2,2,2,2)                                                            Music	61A,	Intermediate	Piano	–	Fifth	Level	(2)
     Music	76,	Intermediate	Brass,	Woodwinds	and	Percussion	                                  Music	61B,	Intermediate	Piano	–	Sixth	Level	(2)
         (2,2,2,2)                                                                            Music	63,	Sight	Reading	at	Keyboard	(2,2,2,2)
     Music	77,	Wind	Ensemble	(2,2,2,2)                                                        Music	64,	Piano	Ensemble	(2,2,2,2)
     Music	78,	Jazz	Ensemble	(2,2,2,2)                                                        Music	65A,	Keyboard	Improvisation	I	(3)
     Music	81,	Introduction	to	Mariachi	Performance	(2,2,2)                                   Music	65B,	Keyboard	Improvisation	II	(3)
                                                                                              Music	70A,	String	Instrument	Techniques	(2,2)
	    All students must complete a minimum of 4 units from the fol-                            Music	70B,	Intermediate	Strings	Techniques	(2,2)
     lowing:                                                                                  Music	70C,	Advanced	String	Techniques	(2,2)
     Music	60A,	Elementary	Piano	–	First	Level	(2)	or	Music	                                  Music	71,	Woodwind	Instrument	Techniques	(2,2)
         66,	Fundamentals	of	Music	and	Beginning	Piano	(5)	                                   Music	72,	Brass	Instrument	Techniques	(2,2)
         [only	2	units	apply	to	piano	requirement;	student	will	                              Music	73A,	Percussion	Instrument	Techniques	(2,2)
         need	to	take	2	additional	units	of	piano	to	fulfill	this	                            Music	73B,	Intermediate	Percussion	ensemble	Instrument	
         area]                                                                                   Techniques	(2,2)
     Music	60B,	Elementary	Piano	–	Second	Level	(2)                                           Music	74,	Orchestra	(2,2,2,2)
     Music	60C,	Elementary	Piano	–	Third	Level	(2)                                            Music	76,	Intermediate	Brass,	Woodwinds	and	Percussion	
     Music	60D,	Elementary	Piano	–	Fourth	Level	(2)                                              (2,2,2,2)
     Music	61A,	Intermediate	Piano	–	Fifth	Level	(2)                                          Music	77,	Wind	Ensemble	(2,2,2,2)
                                                                                              Music	78,	Jazz	Ensemble	(2,2,2,2)
     Music	61B,	Intermediate	Piano	–	Sixth	Level	(2)
                                                                                              Music	81,	Introduction	to	Mariachi	Performance	(2,2,2)
    Piano	majors	may	be	exempt	by	examination	given	by	the	                                   Music	84A,	Popular	Guitar,	First	Level	(2,2)
piano	faculty.                                                                                Music	84B,	Popular	Guitar,	Second	Level	(2,2,2,2)
                     Major requirements for transfer change frequently. Please access ASSIST at www.assist.org for the most up-to-date requirements.
                               For the most up-to-date AA and Certificate of Achievement requirements, visit www.smc.edu/articulation.
                      108       SANTA MONICA COLLEGE CATALOG 2011-2012


                         Music	87A,	Classical	and	Flamenco	Guitar,	First	Level	                                   Music	30,	Music	History	I	(3)
                           (2,2)                                                                                  Music	31,	Music	History	II	(3)
                         Music	87B,	Classical	and	Flamenco	Guitar,	Second	Level	
                                                                                                                 Additional	 graduation	 requirements	 for	 the	 Associate	
                           (2,2,2,2)
                                                                                                            degree	from	Santa	Monica	College	are	listed	in	the	Academics	
                         Recommended Courses:                                                               section	 of	 this	 catalog,	 as	 well	 as	 online	 (go	 to	 www.smc.edu/
                         Music	30,	Music	History	I	(3)                                                      articulation).
                         Music	31,	Music	History	II	(3)
                    Applied Music (39 units)
                          The	 Associate	 degree	 in	 Applied	 Music	 involves	 satisfac-
                    tory	completion	of	a	minimum	of	60	semester	units	with	a	C	
                                                                                                            Nursing – RN
                    average	 or	 higher,	 including	 at	 least	 39	 semester	 units	 in	 the	
                                                                                                                 The	 objectives	 of	 this	 program	 are	 to	 prepare	 students	
                    Applied	Music	area	of	emphasis	(articulated	below),	fulfillment	
                                                                                                            to	 meet	 the	 minimum	 standards	 of	 the	 California	 Board	 of	
                    of	 the	 Global	 Citizenship	 requirement,	 and	 fulfillment	 of	 all	
                    Santa	 Monica	 College	 general	 education	 requirements,	 CSU	                         Registered	Nursing	and	employment	in	the	field.	Students	must	
                    GE,	or	IGETC.                                                                           complete	all	requirements	for	the	Associate	degree	in	order	to	
                                                                                                            graduate	 from	 the	 program	 (exception:	 LVN	 30	 unit	 option).	
                    Required Courses: (15 units)                                                            The	 Associate	 Degree	 in	 Nursing	 (ADN)	 requires	 satisfactory	
                        Music	2,	Musicianship	(2)                                                           completion	 of	 at	 least	 71	 semester	 units	 with	 a	 C	 average	 or	
                        Music	3,	Musicianship	(2)                                                           higher	 in	 the	 Nursing	 area	 of	 emphasis	 (articulated	 below),	
                        Music	4,	Musicianship	(2)                                                           the	Global	Citizenship	requirement*,	and	fulfillment	of	Santa	
                        Music	6,	Diatonic	Harmony	(3)                                                       Monica	 College	 general	 education	 requirements,	 CSU	 GE,	 or	
Areas of Emphasis




                        Music	7,	Chromatic	Harmony	(3)                                                      IGETC.	 Nursing	 students	 who	 earned	 a	 Bachelor’s	 degree	 or	
                        Music	8,	Modulation	and	Analysis	(3)                                                higher	at	a	regionally	accredited	institution	are	not	required	to	
   Majors and




                         Select 4 units from:                                                               complete	GE	requirements	at	the	community	college.
                         Music	60A,	Elementary	Piano	–	First	Level	(2)                                           Upon	 completion,	 graduates	 are	 eligible	 to	 apply	 to	 take	
                         Music	60B,	Elementary	Piano	–	Second	Level	(2)                                     the	 National	 Council	 Licensing	 Examination	 (NCLEX)	 to	
                         Music	60C,	Elementary	Piano	–	Third	Level	(2)                                      become	a	Registered	Nurse.
                         Music	60D,	Elementary	Piano	–	Fourth	Level	(2)
                         Music	61A,	Intermediate	Piano	–	Fifth	Level	(2)                                        Students	seeking	admission	to	the	Nursing	Program	MUST	
                         Music	61B,	Intermediate	Piano	–	Sixth	Level	(2)                                    meet	the	following	criteria:

                          Piano	majors	may	be	exempt	by	examination	given	by	the	                           	 •	 A	 cumulative	 grade	 point	 average	 of	 2.5	 for	 all	 college	
                    piano	faculty.                                                                               coursework;
                          Students	beyond	the	intermediate/early	advanced	level	in	                         	 •	 An	 overall	 grade	 point	 average	 of	 2.5	 for	 the	 Human	
                    piano	 may	 be	 exempted	 from	 this	 requirement	 by	 audition.	                            Anatomy,	 Human	 Physiology,	 and	 Microbiology	 prereq-
                    Certification	of	the	exemption	by	the	Music	Department	must	                                 uisite	courses,	taken	in	the	last	5	years,	with	no	grade	less	
                    be	 filed	 with	 the	 petition	 for	 graduation.	 Students	 exempted	                        than	C	for	each	course,	and	no	more	than	one	repetition/
                    from	this	requirement	receive	course	credit	but	do	not	receive	                              withdrawal	in	the	group	of	courses;
                    unit	credit.
                                                                                                                                                                     	
                                                                                                            	 •	 College-level	 English	 composition	 class	 (minimum	
                    All students must complete 4 semesters of performance ensemble                               3	semester	units)	with	a	grade	of	no	less	than	C;
                         selected from:
                         Music	40,	Opera	Workshop	(2,2,2)                                                   	 •	 Be	in	good	standing	at	Santa	Monica	College	(not	on	aca-
                         Music	42,	Advanced	Opera	Production	(5,5,5,5)                                           demic	or	progress	probation);
                         Music	45,	Musical	Theatre	Workshop	(3,3)                                           	 •	 Meet	 the	 minimum	 physical	 qualifications	 &	 essential	
                         Music	52,	Advanced	Production-Musical	Theatre	(5,5,5)                                   functions	 (more	 information	 at	 www.smc.edu/nursing/
                         Music	53,	Jazz	Vocal	Ensemble	(2,2,2,2)                                                 majorpreparation.htm);
                         Music	55,	Concert	Chorale	(2,2,2,2)
                         Music	59,	Chamber	Choir	(2,2,2,2)                                                  	 •	 Have	negative	criminal	background	check;
                         Music	64,	Piano	Ensemble	(2,2,2,2)                                                 	 •	 Take	 and	 achieve	 the	 required	 score	 on	 an	 Admissions	
                         Music	74,	Orchestra	(2,2,2,2)                                                           Assessment;	and
                         Music	76,	Intermediate	Brass,	Woodwinds	and	Percussion	
                             (2,2,2,2)                                                                      	 •	 Have	a	valid	Social	Security	number.
                         Music	77,	Wind	Ensemble	(2,2,2,2)                                                       Application	for	admission	to	the	nursing	program	is	made	
                         Music	78,	Jazz	Ensemble	(2,2,2,2)
                                                                                                            through	a	nursing	program	counselor	at	SMC’s	Bundy	Campus.	
                         Music	81,	Introduction	to	Mariachi	Performance	(2,2,2)
                                                                                                            See	www.smc.edu/nursing for	more	information.
                    12 units required:
                                                                                                                  Students	planning	to	transfer	to	a	four-year	college	should	
                        Music	92,	Applied	Music	Instruction	(2,2,2,2)	–	four	
                                                                                                            complete	the	lower-division	major	requirements	and	the	gen-
                            semesters
                                                                                                            eral	 education	 pattern	 for	 the	 appropriate	 transfer	 institution.	
                        Music	94,	Concert	Music	Class	(1,1,1,1)	–	four	semesters
                                                                                                            Santa	 Monica	 College	 has	 articulation	 agreements	 for	 this	
                         Recommended Courses:                                                               major	 with	 the	 following	 UC,	 CSU,	 and	 private	 institutions.	
                                         Major requirements for transfer change frequently. Please access ASSIST at www.assist.org for the most up-to-date requirements.
                                                   For the most up-to-date AA and Certificate of Achievement requirements, visit www.smc.edu/articulation.
                                                                             SANTA MONICA COLLEGE CATALOG 2011-2012                                    109


Exact	 major	 requirements	 for	 these	 and	 other	 UC	 and	 CSU	                         • University of Southern Nevada, College of Nursing
campuses	 can	 be	 found	 online	 at	 www.assist.org.	 Articulation	                        Please	see	www.usn.edu/nursing for	more	information.
agreements	 with	 private	 institutions	 can	 be	 found	 online	 at	
www.smc.edu/articulation.                                                              ASSOCIATE DEGREE – NURSING (ADN)
  • University of California, Los Angeles                                                    The	 Associate	 degree	 in	 Nursing	 involves	 satisfactory	
    B.S.	Nursing	–	RN-B.S./Postlicensure                                               completion	of	71	semester	units	with	a	C	average	or	higher	in	
	 		      The	 UCLA	 School	 of	 Nursing	 offers	 undergraduate	                       the	 Nursing	 area	 of	 emphasis	 (articulated	 below),	 fulfillment	
    study	 leading	 to	 the	 Bachelor	 of	 Science	 (B.S.)	 degree	                    of	 the	 Global	 Citizenship	 requirement,	 and	 fulfillment	 of	 all	
    in	 Nursing	 for	 students	 who	 are	 already	 licensed	 as	 a	                    Santa	 Monica	 College	 general	 education	 requirements,	 CSU	
    Registered	Nurse.	The	focus	of	the	curriculum	is	on	com-                           GE,	or	IGETC.
    munity-based	nursing	care	and	cultural	and	human	diver-
                                                                                            Catalog	rights	dictate	that	a	student	may	satisfy	the	require-
    sity.	The	B.S.	program	provides	a	bridge	for	students	who	
                                                                                       ments	for	a	degree	or	certificate	by	satisfactorily	completing	the	
    wish	to	prepare	for	advanced	practice	study	at	the	graduate	
                                                                                       general	education	and	major/area	of	emphasis	requirements	in	
    level.	An	associate	degree	or	diploma	in	nursing,	licensure	
                                                                                       effect	at	any	time	during	the	student’s	continuous	enrollment.	
    as	 a	 registered	 nurse,	 and	 a	 maximum	 of	 74	 transferable	
                                                                                       Continuous	enrollment	is	defined	as	enrollment	in	consecutive	
    prerequisite	units	from	the	community	college	are	required	
                                                                                       Fall	and	Spring	semesters	until	program	completion.
    for	acceptance	to	 the	 School	 of	 Nursing.	 Also	 required	 is	
    successful	 completion	 of	 four	 standardized	 competency	                           At least 50% of the area of emphasis (major) units
    screening	examinations	(Fundamentals	of	Nursing,	Adult	                            must be completed at Santa Monica College.
    Nursing,	Maternal	and	Child	Nursing-AD	and	Psychiatric/	
                                                                                            Each	course	in	the	area	of	emphasis	(major)	must	be	com-
    Mental	 Health	 Nursing)	 from	 Excelsior	 College	 for	 30	
                                                                                       pleted	with	a	grade	of	C	or	higher.




                                                                                                                                                                Areas of Emphasis
    transfer	 credits.	 The	 baccalaureate	 program	 in	 nursing	
    extends	over	a	period	of	four	quarters	of	full	time	day	study	                     ADN Curriculum – 71 units




                                                                                                                                                                   Majors and
    and	two	summers.	A	total	of	180	units	are	required	for	the	                        Prerequisite Courses: (16 units)
    B.S.	degree.	A	minimum	of	76	units	must	be	completed	in	                                English	1,	Reading	and	Composition	1	(3)
    residence	at	UCLA.	                                                                     Anatomy	1,	General	Human	Anatomy	(4)
	 	 Applicants	to	the	UCLA	School	of	Nursing	do	not	need	to	                                Physiology	3,	Human	Physiology	(4)
    complete	the	IGETC	requirements.                                                        Microbiology	1,	Fundamentals	of	Microbiology	(5)
	 	 Please	see	www.nursing.ucla.edu	for	more	information.
                                                                                            Once	 above	 prerequisites	 are	 completed	 you	 may	 then	
  • California State University, Fullerton                                             meet	 with	 the	 nursing	 counselors	 to	 apply	 to	 the	 program.	
    B.S.	Nursing                                                                       There	is	a	1-3	semester	wait	period	from	the	date	of	application.	
                                                                                       Nursing	Theory	courses	have	a	corresponding	Clinical	(labora-
  • California State University, Los Angeles
                                                                                       tory)	component	that	must	be	taken	concurrently.
    B.S.	Nursing
                                                                                       Level 1/First Semester: 8 units
  • San Jose State University
                                                                                            Admission to the nursing program:
    B.S.	Nursing
                                                                                            Nursing	10,	Nursing	Skills	(2)
  • California State University, Northridge                                                 Nursing	10L,	Nursing	Skills	Laboratory	(2)
    B.S.	Nursing                                                                            Prerequisites: Nursing 10, Nursing 10L, Nursing 36
                                                                                            Nursing	15,	Nursing	Fundamentals	(2)
  • California State University, San Bernardino
                                                                                            Nursing	15L,	Nursing	Fundamentals	Laboratory	(2)
    B.S.	Nursing
                                                                                       Level 2/Second Semester: 8 units
  • San Francisco State University
                                                                                            Prerequisite Courses: Nursing 15, Nursing 15L
    B.S.	Nursing
                                                                                            Nursing	20,	Introduction	to	Medical/Surgical	Nursing	(2)
    Santa	Monica	College	has	articulation	agreements	for	this	                              Nursing	20L,	Introduction	to	Medical/Surgical	Nursing	
major	 (see	 www.smc.edu/articulation	 for	 exact	 requirements)	                               Laboratory	(2)
with	the	following	private	and	out-of-state	institutions:                                   Prerequisite Courses: Nursing 20, Nursing 20L, Nursing 19*
                                                                                            Nursing	25,	Psychiatric	Mental	Health	Nursing	(1.5)
  • International University of Nursing, St. Kitts
                                                                                            Nursing	25L,	Psychiatric	Mental	Health	Nursing	
    Please	see	www.iuon.org for	more	information.
                                                                                                Laboratory	(1.5)
    B.S.	Nursing
                                                                                            Nursing	28,	Community-Based	Nursing	Practice	(1)√
  • Kaplan University                                                                       √	 Nursing 28, Nursing 16 and Nursing 25L must be taken
    B.S.	Nursing                                                                            concurrently with Nursing 25
  • Mills College                                                                      Level 3/Third Semester: 10 units
    Pre-Nursing	Program                                                                     Prerequisite Courses: Nursing 25, Nursing 25L, Nursing 16,
                                                                                               17, 28
  • Mount St. Mary’s College
                                                                                            Nursing	30,	Intermediate	Medical/Surgical	Nursing	(2.5)
    B.S.	Nursing
                                                                                            Nursing	30L,	Intermediate	Medical/Surgical	Nursing	
  • National University                                                                        Laboratory	(2.5)
    B.S.	Nursing                                                                            Nursing	35,	Advanced	Medical/Surgical	Nursing	(2.5)
                    Major requirements for transfer change frequently. Please access ASSIST at www.assist.org for the most up-to-date requirements.
                              For the most up-to-date AA and Certificate of Achievement requirements, visit www.smc.edu/articulation.
                     110       SANTA MONICA COLLEGE CATALOG 2011-2012


                         Nursing	35L,	Advanced	Medical/Surgical	Nursing	                                         3.	Students	who	enrolled	at	Santa	Monica	College	prior	
                           Laboratory	(2.5)                                                                          to	Fall	2007	and	have	maintained	continuous	enroll-
                                                                                                                     ment*	must:	Pass	Math	Proficiency	Test**	and	one	of	
                    Level 4/Fourth Semester: 9 units                                                                 the	courses	listed	at	the	end	of	this	option	or	complete	
                         Prerequisite Courses: Nursing 35, Nursing 35L, Psychology 19                                the	Santa	Monica	College	math	assessment	and	place	
                         Nursing	40,	Nursing	of	Children/Pediatrics	(1.5)                                            into	Math	18,	20,	32,	or	higher	and	take	one	of	the	
                         Nursing	40L,	Nursing	of	Children/Pediatrics	Laboratory	                                     following	courses:	Accounting	1,	2,	21;	Business	32;	
                                                                                                                     Computer	Information	Systems/Computer	Science;	
                            (1.5)
                                                                                                                     English	2,	23,	48;	ESL	23;	Journalism	1;	Philosophy	7,	
                         Nursing	45,	Women’s	Health	Care	(1.5)                                                       9;	Psychology	5;	Sociology	4;	Speech	1,	2,	5,	11
                         Nursing	45L,	Women’s	Health	Care	Laboratory	(1.5)                                           *Continuous enrollment is defined as enrollment in each
                         Prerequisite Courses: All courses that are part of the Nursing                              Fall and Spring semester until graduation.
                            curriculum plan.                                                                         **Students may complete this exam any time within one
                         Nursing	50,	Professional	Role	Transition	(1)                                                year of their anticipated graduation date. Note that stu-
                                                                                                                     dents may retest only once after an 8 week wait.
                         Nursing	50L,	Professional	Role	Transition	Laboratory	(2)

                    Additional ADN Graduation Requirements*: (19 units)                                    LVN to ADN, Career Ladder Curriculum Option
                        Each	 course	 must	 be	 completed	 with	 a	 grade	 of	 C	 or	                      (for LVNs Only)
                                                                                                           Pre-Preparation:
                    higher,	except	for	Social	Science	Group	A,	Global	Citizenship/
                                                                                                                English	Assessment	Test
                    Humanities,	and	Math,	which	must	be	completed	with	a	grade	                                 Math	Assessment	Test
                    of	D	or	higher.                                                                             High	School	Chemistry	or	Chemistry	10
Areas of Emphasis




                        Speech	5*,	Interpersonal	Communication	(3)
                                                                                                           Prerequisite Courses: (18 units)
                        Psychology	19*,	Lifespan	Human	Development	(3)	
   Majors and




                                                                                                                Each	 course	 must	 be	 completed	 with	 a	 grade	 of	 C	 or	
                        Sociology	1,	Introduction	(3)                                                      higher.
                        Global	Citizenship/Humanities	(select one course from the                               English	1,	Reading	and	Composition	(3)
                            following): Art	(72),	(79)	(satisfies Global Citizenship                            Anatomy	1,	Human	Anatomy	(4)
                            requirement if completed Fall 2008 or later),	Art	History	                          Physiology	3,	Human	Physiology	(4)
                                                                                                                Microbiology	1,	Introduction	(5)
                            11	(satisfies Global Citizenship requirement if completed
                                                                                                                Nursing	19,	Orientation	for	Advanced	Placement	in	ADN	
                            Fall 2008 or later),	72,	Cinema	(7)	(see	Film	Studies),	                               program	(2)
                            Dance	2,	English	9,	10,	Film	Studies	7,	Music	33	(satis-
                                                                                                           Additional ADN Graduation Requirements*: (18 units)
                            fies Global Citizenship requirement if completed Fall 2005
                                                                                                               Each	 course	 must	 be	 completed	 with	 a	 grade	 of	 C	 or	
                            or later),	36	(satisfies Global Citizenship requirement if
                                                                                                           higher,	except	for	Social	Science	Group	A,	Global	Citizenship/
                            completed Fall 2009 or later), 37                                              Humanities,	and	Math,	which	must	be	completed	with	a	grade	
                        Speech	(4)	(3)                                                                     of	D	or	higher.
                        Nursing	17*,	Pharmacology	(3)                                                          Speech	5,	Interpersonal	Communication	(3)
                        Nursing	36*,	Calculations	in	Drugs	and	Solutions	(1)                                   Psychology	19,	Lifespan	Human	Development	(3)	
                        Social	Science	–	Group	A	(3)/History	11,	12,	15	(same as                               Sociology	1,	Introduction	(3)
                                                                                                               Global	Citizenship/Humanities	(select one course from the
                            Economics 15),	45,	46,	Political	Science	1
                                                                                                                   following): Art	(72),	(79)	(satisfies Global Citizenship
                        OPTION	1:                                                                                  requirement if completed Fall 2008 or later),	Art	History	
                        Math: Select one option from the following three:                                          11	(satisfies Global Citizenship requirement if completed
                        1.	Computer	Science	10	(same as Math 10);	Math	2,	7,	8,	                                   Fall 2008 or later),	72,	Cinema	(7)	(see	Film	Studies),	
                            10,	11,	13,	15,	18,	20,	21,	(22),	(23),	(24),	26,	28,	29,	                             English	10,	Film	Studies	7,	Music	33	(satisfies Global
                            32	(satisfies area if completed Fall 2006 or later),	41,	52,	                          Citizenship requirement if completed Fall 2005 or later),	
                                                                                                                   36	(satisfies Global Citizenship requirement if completed
                            54
                                                                                                                   Fall 2009 or later), 37
                        (	)	Courses in parentheses are no longer offered.                                      Speech	(4)	(3)
                        OPTION	2:                                                                              37,	Speech	(4)
                        2.	Students	who	enrolled	at	Santa	Monica	College	in	Fall	                              Math	20	or	Proficiency	Test
                            2007	or	later	or	who	have not maintained	continu-                                  Social	Science	–	Group	A	(3)
                            ous	enrollment*	must:	Pass	Math	Proficiency	Test**	                                Nursing	17,	Pharmacology	(3)
                            and	one	of	the	courses	listed	at	the	end	of	this	option	                           *Courses	may	be	taken	prior	to	semester	listed	and	some	
                            or	complete	the	Santa	Monica	College	math	assess-                              courses	must	be	completed	prior	to	entry	into	Level	3	and	all	
                            ment	and	place	into	Math	18,	20,	32,	or	higher	and	                            courses	part	of	the	Nursing	curriculum	plan	(*)	must	be	taken	
                                                                                                           before	Level	4/Fourth	Semester.
                            take	one	of	the	following	courses:	Accounting	1,	2;	
                                                                                                               Nursing	 Theory	 courses	 have	 a	 corresponding	 Clinical	
                            Computer	Science;	Philosophy	7,	9;	Sociology	4;	                               (laboratory)	component	that	must	be	taken	concurrently.
                            Speech	11
                                                                                                           Level 3: Required Nursing Courses – 10 units
                        OPTION	3:
                                        Major requirements for transfer change frequently. Please access ASSIST at www.assist.org for the most up-to-date requirements.
                                                  For the most up-to-date AA and Certificate of Achievement requirements, visit www.smc.edu/articulation.
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    Each	 course	 must	 be	 completed	 with	 a	 grade	 of	 C	 or	                             Nursing	25L,	Psychiatric	Mental	Health	Nursing	
higher.                                                                                           Laboratory	(1.5)√
    Nursing	16,	Physical	Assessment	(1)√                                                      Nursing	28,	Community	Based	Nursing	(1)√
    Nursing	25,	Psychiatric	Mental	Health	Nursing	(1.5)                                       Nursing	35,	Advanced	Medical/Surgical	Nursing	(2.5)
    Nursing	25L,	Psychiatric	Mental	Health	Nursing	                                           Nursing	35L,	Advanced	Medical/Surgical	Nursing	(2.5)
        Laboratory	(1.5)√                                                               	     √	 Nursing 28, Nursing 16 and Nursing 25L must be taken
    Nursing	28,	Community	Based	Nursing	(1)√                                                  concurrently with Nursing 25
    Nursing	35,	Advanced	Medical/Surgical	Nursing	(2.5)                                 Level 4: Required Nursing Courses – 9 units
    Nursing	35L,	Advanced	Medical/Surgical	Nursing	(2.5)                                     Each	 course	 must	 be	 completed	 with	 a	 grade	 of	 C	 or	
	   √ Nursing 28, Nursing 16 and Nursing 25L must be taken                              higher.
    concurrently with Nursing 25                                                             Nursing	40,	Nursing	of	Children/Pediatrics	(1.5)
Level 4: Required Nursing Courses – 9 units                                                  Nursing	40L,	Nursing	of	Children/Pediatrics	Laboratory	
     Each	 course	 must	 be	 completed	 with	 a	 grade	 of	 C	 or	                               (1.5)
higher.                                                                                      Nursing	45,	Women’s	Health	Care	(1.5)
     Nursing	40,	Nursing	of	Children/Pediatrics	(1.5)                                        Nursing	45L,	Women’s	Health	Care	Laboratory	(1.5)
                                                                                             Nursing	50,	Professional	Role	Transition	(1)
     Nursing	40L,	Nursing	of	Children/Pediatrics	Laboratory	
                                                                                             Nursing	50L,	Professional	Role	Transition	Laboratory	(2)
         (1.5)
     Nursing	45,	Women’s	Health	Care	(1.5)
                                                                                        GLOBAL CITIZENSHIP REQUIREMENT
     Nursing	45L,	Women’s	Health	Care	Laboratory	(1.5)
     Nursing	50,	Professional	Role	Transition	(1)                                             Students	who	entered	Santa	Monica	College	prior	to	Fall	
     Nursing	50L,	Professional	Role	Transition	Laboratory	(2)                           1998	 are	 exempt	 from	 this	 requirement	 only	 if	 continuous	




                                                                                                                                                                    Areas of Emphasis
                                                                                        enrollment	 has	 been	 maintained.	 (Continuous	 enrollment	
     TOTAL	UNITS:	55	UNITS                                                              is	 defined	 as	 enrolling	 in	 each	 Fall	 and	 Spring	 Semester	 until	




                                                                                                                                                                       Majors and
     NOTE:	 Students	 who	 have	 not	 taken	 math	 to	 meet	 the	                       graduation).
Santa	 Monica	 College	 Associate	 degree	 general	 education	
requirements	must	take	the	Math	Proficiency	Assessment	prior	                           ASSOCIATE DEGREE FOR RN WITH NO COLLEGE CREDIT
to	receiving	the	degree.	Students	may	complete	this	assessment	                              A	 registered	 nurse,	 who	 has	 trained	 in	 a	 hospital	 where	
any	time	within	one	year	of	their	anticipated	graduation	date.                          no	 college	 credit	 is	 granted	 for	 such	 training	 and	 who	 holds	
                                                                                        a	 current	 California	 Registered	 Nurse	 license,	 may	 receive	 30	
CURRICULUM 30-UNIT OPTION – NO ASSOCIATE DEGREE;
                                                                                        units	of	credit	in	nursing	toward	an	Associate	degree	at	Santa	
OPTION OPEN TO LVNS ONLY
                                                                                        Monica	College.	A	petition	for	graduation	can	be	made	when	at	
     It	is	possible	for	an	LVN	to	become	eligible	to	take	the	RN	                       least	30	units,	including	all	graduation	requirements,	have	been	
license	exam	without	having	earned	the	Associate	degree.	                               completed	or	are	in	the	process	of	being	completed.
Requirements are:
	 	 Meeting	 admission	 requirements	 for	 the	 Nursing	 pro-                           CAREER LADDER OPPORTUNITIES
     gram;	minimum	physical	qualifications;	completion	of	all	                               Individuals	with	equivalent	nursing	education	and	licensed	
     required	courses	listed	below;	and	licensure	in	California	                        vocational	nurses	may	be	given	transfer	credit,	advanced	place-
     as	a	vocational	nurse	in	good	standing	with	the	Board	of	                          ment	 and/or	 be	 permitted	 to	 challenge	 nursing	 courses.	 A	
     Vocational	Nursing	and	Psychiatric	Technical	and	at	least	                         special	application	is	required	in	addition	to	the	regular	college	
     one	year	of	direct	nursing	experience	within	the	past	two	                         application.	Contact	the	Health	Sciences	department	for	more	
     years,	preferably	in	an	acute	care	setting.	Persons	interested	                    information.
     in	 this	 curriculum	 option	 are	 advised	 that:	 (1)	 there	 are	
     out	 of	 California	 licensure	 limitations;	 (2)	 there	 may	 be	                       A	 licensed	 vocational	 nurse	 may	 become	 a	 graduate	 of	
                                                                                        the	 registered	 nursing	 program	 by	 completing	 the	 following	
     employment	limitations;	and	(3)	no	degree	is	granted.
                                                                                        requirements	 for	 the	 Associate	 degree:	 meeting	 admission	
Pre-Preparation:                                                                        requirements	for	the	LVN	to	ADN	curriculum,	minimum	physi-
     High	School	Chemistry	or	Chemistry	10                                              cal	 qualifications,	 proof	 of	 valid	 California	 unrestricted	 LVN	
                                                                                        license	and	at	least	one	year	of	direct	nursing	experience	within	
Prerequisites (with a grade of C or higher): 11 units
                                                                                        the	past	two	years,	preferably	in	an	acute	care	setting.
     Physiology	3,	Human	Physiology	(4)	
     Microbiology	1,	Introduction	(5)                                                   CONTINUING EDUCATION
     Nursing	19,	Orientation	for	Advanced	Placement	in	ADN	
        Program	(2)                                                                          Registered	nurses	seeking	re-licensure	must	submit	satisfac-
                                                                                        tory	proof	that	during	the	previous	24-month	period	the	licens-
     Nursing	 Theory	 courses	 have	 a	 corresponding	 Clinical	                        ee	 has	 completed	 30	 hours	 of	 continuing	 education.	 Selected	
(laboratory)	component	that	must	be	taken	concurrently.                                 nursing	courses	qualify	for	continuing	education	credit.	Other	
Level 3: Required Nursing Courses – 10 units                                            courses	may	be	used	if	they	relate	to	a	specific	area	of	job	per-
                                                                                        formance	or	pursuit	of	a	higher	degree	in	nursing.
     Each	 course	 must	 be	 completed	 with	 a	 grade	 of	 C	 or	
higher.                                                                                     The	 appropriate	 California	 board	 (Board	 of	 Registered	
     Nursing	16,	Physical	Assessment	(1)√                                               Nursing	 or	 Board	 of	 Vocational	 Nurses	 and	 Psychiatric	
     Nursing	25,	Psychiatric	Mental	Health	Nursing	(1.5)                                Technicians)	 should	 be	 contacted	 about	 the	 suitability	 of	 a	
                     Major requirements for transfer change frequently. Please access ASSIST at www.assist.org for the most up-to-date requirements.
                               For the most up-to-date AA and Certificate of Achievement requirements, visit www.smc.edu/articulation.
                     112       SANTA MONICA COLLEGE CATALOG 2011-2012


                    specific	 course	 for	 meeting	 the	 continuing	 education	 require-                       • University of California, Davis
                    ment	for	re-licensure.	Upon	completion	of	the	course,	the	nurse	                             B.S.	Clinical	Nutrition
                    should	 write	 “Provider	 Number	 01050”	 on	 either	 the	 official	                         B.S.	Nutritional	Science
                    grade	sheet	or	transcript	and	maintain	it	as	a	record	of	satisfying	
                                                                                                               • California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
                    the	requirement.
                                                                                                                 Foods	and	Nutrition:	Dietetics
                                                                                                                 Foods	and	Nutrition:	Nutrition	Science
                    ACCREDITING AGENCIES
                       National	League	for	Nursing	Accrediting	Commission                                      • California State University, Northridge
                       3343	Peachtree	Road	NE,	Suite	850                                                         B.S.	Family	and	Consumer	Sciences	
                       Atlanta,	GA	30326                                                                         Option	in	Nutrition,	Dietetics	and	Food	Dietetics
                       (404)	975-5000                                                                          • California State University, Long Beach
                       www.nlnac.org
                                                                                                                 B.S.	Dietetics	&	Food	Administration
                         California	Board	of	Registered	Nursing                                                • California State University, Los Angeles
                         1625	North	Market	Boulevard,	Suite	N217                                                 B.S.	Nutritional	Science
                         Sacramento,	CA	95834-1924
                         (916)	322-3350                                                                        • California State University, San Bernardino
                         www.rn.ca.gov                                                                           B.S.	Nutrition	and	Food	Sciences
                                                                                                               • San Diego State University

                    Nutrition and                                                                                Food	and	Nutrition
                                                                                                               • San Francisco State University
                    Dietetics
Areas of Emphasis




                                                                                                                 B.S.	Dietetics
   Majors and




                                                                                                                  General	 education	 requirements	 for	 the	 University	 of	
                          A	program	that	prepares	individuals	to	integrate	and	apply	                       California	and	California	State	University	and	other	local	uni-
                    the	principles	of	the	food	and	nutrition	sciences,	human	behav-                         versities	 are	 available	 online	 at	 www.smc.edu/articulation	 and	
                    ior,	and	the	biomedical	sciences	to	design	and	manage	effective	                        listed	in	the	Academics	section	of	this	catalog.
                    nutrition	 programs,	 and	 utilize	 food	 for	 human	 growth	 in	 a	
                    variety	 of	 settings	 including	 health	 care	 organizations,	 food	
                    service	 operations,	 business	 and	 industry	 (product	 develop-
                    ment,	marketing,	consulting),	education	and	research,	health	                           Office Technology
                    promotion,	and	 private	 practice	counseling.	 Careers	 include:	                       Formerly Office Information Systems
                    Nutritionist,	Nutrition	Educator,	Weight	Loss	Counselor,	Diet	
                    Technician,	Food	Services	Manager,	Patient	Services	Manager,	                                 Office	workers	are	responsible	for	a	variety	of	administra-
                    Dietician,	 Pediatric	 Dietician,	 Nutrition	 Researcher,	 Sports	                      tive	 and	 clerical	 duties	 necessary	 to	 run	 and	 maintain	 orga-
                    and	 Cardiac	 Rehabilitation	 Dietician,	 Nutrition	 Consultant,	                       nizations	 efficiently.	 They	 use	 a	 variety	 of	 software,	 produce	
                    Diabetes	Educator,	and	many	others.                                                     correspondence,	maintain	databases,	manage	projects,	as	well	
                                                                                                            as	 organize	 meetings,	 manage	 records,	 and	 schedule	 appoint-
                         The	Associate	degree	track	may	be	completed	in	two	years	                          ments.	Office	workers	find	employment	in	a	variety	of	settings,	
                    and	 consists	 of	 a	 core	 of	 liberal	 arts,	 nutrition	 and	 science	                such	as	corporations,	government	agencies,	schools,	and	hospi-
                    courses.	 The	 support	 courses	 in	 the	 curriculum	 pattern	 allow	                   tals.	Some	related	job	titles	include	office	assistant,	administra-
                    the	student	to	explore	special	interests	that	are	related	to	their	                     tive	assistant,	executive	assistant,	and	data	entry/clerical.
                    personal/professional	goals/interests.
                                                                                                                  This	major	may	also	lead	to	many	other	careers.	For	addi-
                    TRANSFER                                                                                tional	possibilities,	visit	the	Career	Services	Center	on	campus	
                          Students	planning	to	transfer	to	a	four-year	college	should	                      to	 utilize	 computerized	 career	 information	 systems	 and	 other	
                    complete	the	lower-division	major	requirements	and	the	gen-                             valuable	career	resources.
                    eral	 education	 pattern	 for	 the	 appropriate	 transfer	 institution.	
                    Santa	 Monica	 College	 has	 articulation	 agreements	 for	 this	                       ASSOCIATE DEGREE – 60 UNITS
                    major	 with	 the	 following	 UC,	 CSU,	 and	 private	 institutions.	                          The	suggested	program	assumes	no	previous	instruction	in	
                    Exact	 major	 requirements	 for	 these	 and	 other	 UC	 and	 CSU	                       Office	 Technology	 courses.	 Beginning	 courses	 may	 be	 waived	
                    campuses	 can	 be	 found	 online	 at	 www.assist.org.	 Articulation	                    if	students	have	sufficient	skills	to	be	eligible	for	the	advanced	
                    agreements	 with	 private	 institutions	 can	 be	 found	 online	 at	                    courses.
                    www.smc.edu/articulation.
                                                                                                                 The	 Associate	 degree	 in	 Office	 Technology	 involves	 satis-
                      • University of California, Berkeley                                                  factory	completion	of	a	minimum	of	60	semester	units	with	a	C	
                        B.S.	Nutritional	Science	(The	Department	of	Nutritional	                            average	or	higher,	including	at	least	30-32	semester	units	in	the	
                           Science	and	Toxicology	is	located	in	the	College	of	                             General	 Office,	 30	 semester	 units	 in	 the	 Legal	 Administrative	
                           Natural	Resources)                                                               Assistant,	 or	 33	 semester	 units	 in	 the	 Medical	 Administrative	
                        Students select between two specializations:                                        Assistant,	 or	 33-34	 semester	 units	 in	 the	 Medical	 Coding	 and	
                        Physiology	&	Metabolism                                                             Billing	 Specialist	 area	 of	 emphasis	 (articulated	 below),	 fulfill-
                        Dietetics                                                                           ment	of	the	Global	Citizenship	requirement,	and	fulfillment	of	
                                         Major requirements for transfer change frequently. Please access ASSIST at www.assist.org for the most up-to-date requirements.
                                                   For the most up-to-date AA and Certificate of Achievement requirements, visit www.smc.edu/articulation.
                                                                             SANTA MONICA COLLEGE CATALOG 2011-2012                                    113


all	Santa	Monica	College	general	education	requirements,	CSU	                          who	 have	 strong	 skills	 can	 find	 lucrative	 opportunities	 with	
GE,	or	IGETC.                                                                          law	firms	and	corporate	legal	departments,	government	agen-
                                                                                       cies,	 and	 a	 variety	 of	 business	 and	 industries—such	 as	 banks,	
     Catalog	rights	dictate	that	a	student	may	satisfy	the	require-
                                                                                       insurance	 companies,	 investment	 firms,	 and	 real	 estate	 com-
ments	for	a	degree	or	certificate	by	satisfactorily	completing	the	
general	education	and	major/area	of	emphasis	requirements	in	                          panies.	This	program	prepares	students	to	pursue	employment	
effect	at	any	time	during	the	student’s	continuous	enrollment.	                        as	a	legal	administrative	assistant.	Training	is	provided	in	legal	
Continuous	enrollment	is	defined	as	enrollment	in	consecutive	                         terminology,	 law	 office	 procedures,	 legal	 research,	 computer	
Fall	and	Spring	semesters	until	program	completion.                                    technology,	machine	transcription	and	document	preparation,	
                                                                                       keyboarding,	and	written	and	verbal	communication.
   At least 50% of the area of emphasis (major) units
must be completed at Santa Monica College.                                                   Required Courses: (27-29 units)
                                                                                             Business	5,	Business	Law	(3)
     Each	course	in	the	area	of	emphasis	(major)	must	be	com-                                CIS	4,	Introduction	to	Computers,	Business	Applications	
pleted	with	a	grade	of	C	or	higher.                                                             (3)
General Office (30-32 units)                                                                 CIS	30,	Microsoft	Excel	(3)
      The	General	Office	program	provides	training	in	common	                                CIS	37A,	Microsoft	Word	1	(3)
skills	used	in	the	business	office:	keyboarding,	computer	appli-                             CIS	37B,	Microsoft	Word	11	(3)
cations,	 English,	 accounting,	 and	 business	 communications.	                             CIS	39,	MS	Outlook	–	Comprehensive	Course	(3)
General	 office	 workers	 obtain	 employment	 in	 many	 environ-                             OFTECH	5,	English	Skills	for	the	Office	(3)	or	OFTECH	
ments:	 corporate	 settings,	 government	 facilities,	 schools,	 and	                           5A,	Grammar	and	Punctuation	(1)	and	OFTECH	
hospitals.	 Related	 job	 titles	 include	 administrative	 assistant,	                          5B,	Vocabulary	and	Spelling	(1)	and	OFTECH	5C,	
executive	 assistant,	 executive	 secretary,	 office	 assistant,	 and	                          Proofreading	(1)




                                                                                                                                                                 Areas of Emphasis
secretary.	 After	 gaining	 some	 work	 experience	 or	 specialized	                         OFTECH	30,	Legal	Office	Procedures	(3)
skills,	many	workers	transfer	to	jobs	with	higher	pay	or	greater	                            OFTECH	31,	Legal	Terms	&	Transcription	(3)




                                                                                                                                                                    Majors and
advancement	potential.
      Students	may	qualify	for	an	Associate	degree	in	this	major.	                           Select 3 units from the following keyboarding courses:
The	 suggested	 program	 assumes	 no	 previous	 instruction	 in	                             OFTECH	1,	Keyboarding	1	(3)
Office	 Technology	 courses.	 Beginning	 courses	 may	 be	 waived	                           OFTECH	1A,	Keyboarding	1A	(1)
if	students	have	sufficient	skills	to	make	them	eligible	for	the	                            OFTECH	1B,	Keyboarding	1B	(1)
advanced	courses.                                                                            OFTECH	1C,	Keyboarding	1C	(1)
                                                                                             OFTECH	9,	Keyboarding	Improvement	(1,1,1)
     Required Courses: (27-29 units)                                                         OFTECH	10,	Skills	Building	on	the	Keyboard	(3)
     Accounting	1,	Accounting	(5)	or Accounting	21,	Business	
        Bookkeeping	(3)                                                                Medical Administrative Assistant (33 units)
     Business	32,	Business	Communication	(3)                                                 The	 Medical	 Administrative	 Assistant	 certificate	 program	
     CIS	1,	Computer	Concepts	with	Applications	(3)                                    prepares	students	for	employment	in	a	medical	environment.	
     CIS	4,	Introduction	to	Computers,	Business	Applications	                          Students	develop	skills	and	knowledge	to	perform	a	variety	of	
        (3)                                                                            duties	to	aid	in	the	efficient	workflow	and	operations	of	a	medi-
     OFTECH	5,	English	Skills	for	the	Office	(3)	or	OFTECH	                            cal	 related	 facility.	 Coursework	 indicates	 medical	 terminol-
        5A,	Grammar	(1)	and	OFTECH	5B,	Vocabulary	(1)	                                 ogy,	computer	technology,	medical	law	and	ethics,	and	“front	
        and	OFTECH	5C,	Proofreading	(1)                                                office”	tasks-such	as	patient	scheduling,	reception,	coding	and	
     CIS	30,	Microsoft	Excel	(3)                                                       billing,	transcription,	and	records	management..
     CIS	37A,	Microsoft	Word	I	(3)
                                                                                             Required Courses: (30 units)
     CIS	37B,	Microsoft	Word	II	(3)
                                                                                             CIS	4,	Introduction	to	Computers,	Business	Applications	
     CIS	39,	MS	Outlook	–	Comprehensive	Course	(3)
                                                                                                (3)
     Select 3 units from the following keyboarding courses:                                  CIS	37A,	Microsoft	Word	1	(3)
     OFTECH	1,	Keyboarding	1	(3)                                                             CIS	37B,	Microsoft	Word	11	(3)
     OFTECH	1A,	Keyboarding	1A	(1)                                                           CIS	39,	MS	Outlook	–	Comprehensive	Course	(3)
     OFTECH	1B,	Keyboarding	1B	(1)                                                           OFTECH	5,	English	Skills	for	the	Office	(3)
     OFTECH	1C,	Keyboarding	1C	(1)                                                           OFTECH	20,	Medical	Vocabulary	(3)
     OFTECH	9,	Keyboarding	Improvement	(1,1,1)                                               OFTECH	21,	Medical	Terms	&	Transcription	1	(3)
     OFTECH	10,	Skill	Building	on	the	Keyboard	(3)                                           OFTECH	23,	Medical	Billing	(MedSoft)	(3)
     Additional	general	education	requirements	are	listed	in	the	                            OFTECH	24,	Medical	Coding/Billing	1	(3)
Academics	section	of	this	catalog,	as	well	as	online	(go	to	www.                             OFTECH	27,	Medical	Office	Procedures	(3)
smc.edu/articulation).                                                                       Select 3 units from the following keyboarding courses to com-
Legal Administrative Assistant (30 units)                                                       plete the 33 required units:
      Legal	administrative	assistants	perform	the	administrative	                            OFTECH	1,	Keyboarding	1	(3)	or	OFTECH	1A,	
tasks	in	a	law	office,	such	as	answering	the	telephone,	managing	                               Keyboarding	1A	(1)	and	OFTECH	1B,	Keyboarding	1B	
files,	preparing	law	office	correspondence	and	legal	documents,	                                (1)	and	OFTECH	1C,	Keyboarding	1C	(1)
and	 maintaining	 the	 calendar.	 Legal	 administrative	 assistants	                         OFTECH	9,	Keyboarding	Improvement	(1,1,1)
are	 in	 great	 demand.	 Qualified	 legal	 administrative	 assistants	                       OFTECH	10,	Skills	Building	on	the	Keyboard	(3)
                    Major requirements for transfer change frequently. Please access ASSIST at www.assist.org for the most up-to-date requirements.
                              For the most up-to-date AA and Certificate of Achievement requirements, visit www.smc.edu/articulation.
                      114       SANTA MONICA COLLEGE CATALOG 2011-2012


                    Medical Coding and Billing Specialist (33-34 units)                                     General Office (30-32 units)
                         Medical	 Coding	 and	 Billing	 Specialists	 are	 primarily	                            A	 Certificate	 of	 Achievement	 in	 General	 Office	 will	 be	
                    responsible	 for	 submitting	 documentation	 of	 patient	 medical	                      granted	 upon	 completion	 of	 the	 major	 requirements	 listed	
                    care	to	insurance	companies.	Duties	include	billing	insurance	                          above.
                    companies	 and	 patients;	 collecting	 payment	 for	 services;	 and	
                                                                                                            Legal Administrative Assistant (30 units)
                    documenting	 tests,	 treatments,	 and	 procedures,	 using	 correct	
                                                                                                                 A	 Certificate	 of	 Achievement	 in	 Legal	 Administrative	
                    medical	 terminology—referred	 to	 as	 “coding.”	 This	 program	
                                                                                                            Assistant	will	be	granted	upon	completion	of	the	major	require-
                    provides	the	training	that	is	required	to	perform	these	duties.	
                                                                                                            ments	listed	above.
                    Employment	 outlook	 for	 medical	 billing/coding	 workers	 is	
                    expected	to	grow	much	faster	than	the	average	for	all	occupa-                           Medical Administrative Assistant (33 units)
                    tions	 through	 2018,	 due	 to	 rapid	 growth	 in	 the	 number	 of	                          A	 Certificate	 of	 Achievement	 in	 Medical	 Administrative	
                    medical	tests,	treatments,	and	procedures	that	will	be	increas-                         Assistant	will	be	granted	upon	completion	of	the	major	require-
                    ingly	 scrutinized	 by	 third-party	 payers,	 regulators,	 courts,	 and	                ments	listed	above.
                    consumers.                                                                              Medical Coding and Billing Specialist (33-34 units)
                         Program Learning Outcomes: Applying	 knowledge	                                         A	 Certificate	 of	 Achievement	 in	 Medical	 Coding	 and	
                    of	 diagnostic	 and	 procedural	 codes,	 the	 student	 will	 review	                    Billing	Specialist	will	be	granted	upon	completion	of	the	major	
                    patients’	 medical	 records	 and	 assign	 appropriate	 codes	 for	                      requirements	listed	above.
                    reimbursement	 and	 billing	 purposes.	 Using	 a	 computerized	
                                                                                                            DEPARTMENT CERTIFICATES
                    patient	 billing	 system,	 the	 student	 will	 enter	 patient	 and	 case	
                    information,	process	transactions	and	claims,	create	statements,	                            Catalog	rights	dictate	that	a	student	may	satisfy	the	require-
                    and	produce	reports.                                                                    ments	for	a	degree	or	certificate	by	satisfactorily	completing	the	
Areas of Emphasis




                                                                                                            general	education	and	major/area	of	emphasis	requirements	in	
                         Required Courses: (30-31 units)
                                                                                                            effect	at	any	time	during	the	student’s	continuous	enrollment.	
   Majors and




                         Anatomy	1,	General	Human	Anatomy	(4)	or	Biology	2,	
                                                                                                            Continuous	enrollment	is	defined	as	enrollment	in	consecutive	
                            Human	Biology	(3)
                                                                                                            Fall	and	Spring	semesters	until	program	completion.
                         CIS	4,	Introduction	to	Computers,	Business	Applications	
                            (3)                                                                                 At least 50% of the required units for a Department
                         CIS	30,	Microsoft	Excel	(3)                                                        Certificate must be completed at Santa Monica College.
                         CIS	30,	Microsoft	Excel	(3)
                                                                                                                 Students	must	receive	a	grade	of	C	or	higher	in	each	course	
                         OFTECH	5,	English	Skills	for	the	Office	(3)
                                                                                                            to	successfully	complete	a	Department	Certificate.
                         OFTECH	20,	Medical	Vocabulary	(3)
                         OFTECH	23,	Medical	Billing	(MediSoft)	(3)                                          Clerical/Data Entry (12 units)
                         OFTECH	24,	Medical	Coding/Billing	1	(3)                                                  Organizations	need	to	process	a	rapidly	growing	amount	
                         OFTECH	25,	Medical	Coding/Billing	2	(3)                                            of	 information.	 Data	 entry	 workers	 help	 ensure	 the	 efficient	
                         OFTECH	26,	Medical	Coding/Billing	3	(3)                                            handling	 of	 information	 processing.	 Duties	 include	 inputting	
                         OFTECH	27,	Medical	Office	Procedures	(3)                                           data	into	computers	and	performing	editing,	proofreading,	and	
                                                                                                            clerical	tasks.	This	certificate	program	provides	training	in	the	
                         Select 3 units from the following keyboarding courses:
                                                                                                            essential	skills	to	carry	out	these	tasks.	Job	opportunities	exist	
                         OFTECH	1,	Keyboarding	1	(3)
                                                                                                            in	part-time,	full-time,	and	work-at-home	positions.	Data	entry	
                         OFTECH	1A,	Keyboarding	1A	(1)
                                                                                                            workers	are	known	by	various	job	titles,	such	as	data	entry	clerk,	
                         OFTECH	1B,	Keyboarding	1B	(1)
                                                                                                            data	entry	operator,	data	entry	specialist,	and	clerk.	Data	entry	
                         OFTECH	1C,	Keyboarding	1C	(1)
                                                                                                            jobs	frequently	serve	as	stepping	stones	to	higher	paying	posi-
                         OFTECH	9,	Keyboarding	Improvement	(1,1,1)
                                                                                                            tions	with	increased	responsibilities.
                         OFTECH	10,	Skill	Building	on	the	Keyboard	(3)
                                                                                                                  Program Learning Outcomes: Using	 source	 materi-
                         Additional	general	education	and	graduation	requirements	
                                                                                                            als,	 the	 student	 will	 use	 Microsoft	 Word,	 Excel,	 Access,	 and	
                    for	the	Associate	degree	from	Santa	Monica	College	are	listed	
                                                                                                            PowerPoint	 software	 to	 input	 data.	 Applying	 knowledge	 of	
                    on	a	separate	sheet	in	the	Transfer/Counseling	Center,	as	well	
                                                                                                            grammar,	punctuation,	vocabulary,	and	spelling	principles,	the	
                    as	online	(go	to	www.smc.edu/articulation).
                                                                                                            student	will	proofread	and	correct	data	input.
                    CERTIFICATES OF ACHIEVEMENT                                                                   Required Courses: (9 units)
                                                                                                                  CIS	4,	Introduction	to	Computers,	Business	Applications	
                         Catalog	rights	dictate	that	a	student	may	satisfy	the	require-
                                                                                                                     (3)
                    ments	for	a	degree	or	certificate	by	satisfactorily	completing	the	
                                                                                                                  CIS	37A,	Microsoft	Word	I	(3)
                    general	education	and	major/area	of	emphasis	requirements	in	
                                                                                                                  CIS	37B,	Microsoft	Word	II	(3)
                    effect	at	any	time	during	the	student’s	continuous	enrollment.	
                                                                                                                  OFTECH	5,	English	Skills	for	the	Office	(3) or OFTECH	
                    Continuous	enrollment	is	defined	as	enrollment	in	consecutive	
                                                                                                                     5A,	Grammar	(1)	and	OFTECH	5B,	Vocabulary	(1)	
                    Fall	and	Spring	semesters	until	program	completion.
                                                                                                                     and	OFTECH	5C,	Proofreading	(1)
                        At least 50% of the required units for a Certificate of
                                                                                                                  Select 3 units from the following keyboarding courses:
                    Achievement must be completed at Santa Monica College.
                                                                                                                  OFTECH	1,	Keyboarding	1	(3)
                         Students	must	receive	a	grade	of	C	or	higher	in	each	course	                             OFTECH	1A,	Keyboarding	1A	(1)
                    to	successfully	complete	a	Certificate	of	Achievement.                                        OFTECH	1B,	Keyboarding	1B	(1)
                                         Major requirements for transfer change frequently. Please access ASSIST at www.assist.org for the most up-to-date requirements.
                                                   For the most up-to-date AA and Certificate of Achievement requirements, visit www.smc.edu/articulation.
                                                                              SANTA MONICA COLLEGE CATALOG 2011-2012                                     115


     OFTECH	1C,	Keyboarding	1C	(1)                                                            Required Courses: (11 units)
     OFTECH	9,	Keyboarding	Improvement	(1,1,1)                                                CIS	4,	Introduction	to	Computers,	Business	Applications	
     OFTECH	10,	Skills	Building	on	the	Keyboard	(3)                                              (3)
                                                                                              OFTECH	5,	English	Skills	for	the	Office	(3)	or	OFTECH	
Medical Billing/Coding (15 units)                                                                5A,	Grammar	and	Punctuation	(1)	and	
      Medical	Billing/Coding	workers	are	primarily	responsible	                                  OFTECH	5B,	Spelling	and	Vocabulary	(1)	and	
for	submitting	documentation	of	patient	medical	care	to	insur-                                   OFTECH	5C,	Proofreading	(1)
ance	 companies.	 Duties	 include	 billing	 insurance	 companies	                             OFTECH	20,	Medical	Vocabulary	(3)
and	patients;	collecting	payment	for	services;	and	documenting	                               OFTECH	27,	Medical	Office	Procedures	(3)
tests,	 treatments	 and	 procedures,	 using	 correct	 medical	 termi-
nology	 –	 referred	 to	 as	 “coding”.	 The	 Medical	 Billing/Coding	                         Select 3 units from the following keyboarding courses:
Certificate	 program	 provides	 the	 training	 that	 is	 required	 to	                        OFTECH	1,	Keyboarding	1	(3)
perform	these	duties.	Employment	outlook	for	medical	billing/                                 OFTECH	1A,	Keyboarding	1A	(1)
coding	workers	is	expected	to	grow	much	faster	than	the	aver-                                 OFTECH	1B,	Keyboarding	1B	(1)
age	for	all	occupations	through	2012,	due	to	rapid	growth	in	                                 OFTECH	1C,	Keyboarding	1C	(1)
the	 number	 of	 medical	 tests,	 treatments,	 and	 procedures	 that	                         OFTECH	9,	Keyboarding	Improvement	(1,1,1)
will	be	increasing	scrutinized	by	third-party	payers,	regulators,	                            OFTECH	10,	Skill	Building	on	the	Keyboard	(3)
courts,	and	consumers.                                                                  Medical Transcription (15 units)
     Program Learning Outcomes: Applying	 knowledge	                                          The	Medical	transcription	certificate	program	prepares	stu-
of	 diagnostic	 and	 procedural	 codes,	 the	 student	 will	 review	                    dents	to	listen	to	dictated	recordings	made	by	physicians	and	
patients’	 medical	 records	 and	 assign	 appropriate	 codes	 for	                      other	healthcare	professionals	and	transcribe	them	into	medi-
reimbursement	 and	 billing	 purposes.	 Using	 a	 computerized	                         cal	reports,	correspondences,	and	other	administrative	material.	




                                                                                                                                                                   Areas of Emphasis
patient	 billing	 system,	 the	 student	 will	 enter	 patient	 and	 case	               Medical	transcription	is	a	particularly	flexible	career	that	easily	
information,	process	transactions	and	claims,	create	statements,	                       lends	itself	to	many	different	work	styles.	Medical	transcription-




                                                                                                                                                                      Majors and
and	produce	reports.                                                                    ists	work	in	hospitals,	physicians’	offices,	transcription	service	
                                                                                        offices,	clinics,	laboratories,	and	at	home.	According	to	the	US	
     Required Courses: (12 units)                                                       Department	of	Labor,	employment	of	medical	transcriptionists	
     CIS	30,	Microsoft	Excel	(3)                                                        is	projected	to	grow	21-35	per	cent	through	2012.	With	experi-
     OFTECH	20,	Medical	Vocabulary	(3)                                                  ence,	medical	transcriptionists	can	advance	to	supervisory	posi-
     OFTECH	23,	MediSoft	(3)                                                            tions,	home-based	work,	editing,	or	consulting.
     OFTECH	24,	Medical	Coding/Billing	(3)
                                                                                             Program Learning Outcomes: Using	transcription	equip-
     Select 3 units from the following keyboarding courses:                             ment	 and	 word	 processing	 software,	 the	 student	 will	 prepare	
     OFTECH	1,	Keyboarding	1	(3)                                                        medical	documents	that	represent	correct	format,	spelling,	capi-
     OFTECH	1A,	Keyboarding	1A	(1)                                                      talization,	number	usage,	punctuation,	abbreviations,	symbols,	
     OFTECH	1B,	Keyboarding	1B	(1)                                                      and	 metric	 measurement	 rules.	 In	 the	 preparation	 of	 medical	
     OFTECH	1C,	Keyboarding	1C	(1)                                                      documents,	the	student	will	use	a	variety	of	reference	resources.
     OFTECH	9,	Keyboarding	Improvement	(1,1,1)
     OFTECH	10,	Skill	Building	on	the	Keyboard	(3)                                            Required Courses: (12 units)
                                                                                              OFTECH	5,	English	Skills	for	the	Office	(3)	or	OFTECH	
Medical Records Clerk/Receptionist (15 units)                                                    5A,	Grammar	and	Punctuation	(1)	and	OFTECH	
     Employment	of	medical	records	technicians	is	expected	to	                                   5B,	Spelling	and	Vocabulary	(1)	and	OFTECH	5C,	
increase	by	18	percent	through	2016—faster	than	the	average	                                     Proofreading	(1)	
for	all	occupations,	according	to	the	U.S.	Department	of	Labor.	                              OFTECH	20,	Medical	Vocabulary	(3)
The	 Medical	 Records	 Clerk/Receptionist	 certificate	 is	 ideal	 for	                       OFTECH	21,	Medical	Terms	&	Transcription	I	(3)
students	who	want	to	learn	the	basic	skills	needed	to	become	                                 OFTECH	22,	Medical	Terms	&	Transcription	II	(3)
employed	in	a	healthcare	setting.	This	certificate	prepares	stu-
dents	 for	 entry-level	 records	 management/receptionists’	 posi-                            Select 3 units of the following keyboarding courses:
tions	in	hospitals,	nursing	homes,	physician	offices,	and	service	                            OFTECH	1,	Keyboarding	1	(3)
agencies.	 Coursework	 includes	 training	 in	 storing,	 retrieving,	                         OFTECH	1A,	Keyboarding	1A	(1)
and	maintaining	medical	records;	front	desk	procedures;	medi-                                 OFTECH	1B,	Keyboarding	1B	(1)
cal	vocabulary;	computer	technology;	keyboarding;	and	written	                                OFTECH	1C,	Keyboarding	1C	(1)
and	 verbal	 communications.	 With	 experience	 and	 additional	                              OFTECH	9,	Keyboarding	Improvement	(1,1,1)
education,	medical	records	clerk/receptionists	may	advance	to	                                OFTECH	10,	Skill	Building	on	the	Keyboard	(3)
senior	clerks,	registered	health	information	technicians	(RHITs)	
                                                                                        Word Processing (15 units)
registered	 health	 information	 administrators	 (RHIAs),	 consul-
                                                                                             This	 certificate	 prepares	 students	 for	 both	 entry-level	 and	
tants,	and	educators.
                                                                                        advanced	 word	 processing	 positions	 in	 a	 variety	 of	 office	 set-
      Program Learning Outcomes: Using	 knowledge	 of	                                  tings.	It	also	serves	as	a	foundation	for	specialization	in	fields	
record	 keeping	 systems,	 students	 will	 organize	 and	 retrieve	                     such	as	legal	transcription	and	desktop	publishing.	The	Word	
patient	records	using	alphabetic,	numeric,	and	color-coded	sys-                         Processing	 Certificate	 includes	 courses	 in	 rapid	 and	 accurate	
tems.	 Applying	 knowledge	 of	 front	 desk	 procedures,	 students	                     keyboarding,	document	editing	and	formatting,	advanced	word	
will	 demonstrate	 knowledge	 of	 appropriate	 telephone	 skills	                       processing	techniques,	English	skills	for	the	office,	and	an	over-
and	face-to-face	communications.                                                        view	of	the	Microsoft	Office	Suite.
                     Major requirements for transfer change frequently. Please access ASSIST at www.assist.org for the most up-to-date requirements.
                               For the most up-to-date AA and Certificate of Achievement requirements, visit www.smc.edu/articulation.
                     116       SANTA MONICA COLLEGE CATALOG 2011-2012


                         Required Courses: (12 units)                                                           Santa	Monica	College	has	articulation	agreements	for	this	
                         CIS	4,	Introduction	to	Computers,	Business	Applications	                           major	 (see	 www.smc.edu/articulation	 for	 exact	 requirements)	
                            (3)                                                                             with	the	following	private	and	out-of-state	institutions:
                         OFTECH	5,	English	Skills	for	the	Office	(3)	or	OFTECH	
                                                                                                                • Loyola Marymount University
                            5A,	Grammar	and	Punctuation	(1)	and	OFTECH	                                           B.A.	Philosophy
                            5B,	Spelling	and	Vocabulary	(1)	and	OFTECH	5C,	
                            Proofreading	(1)                                                                      General	 education	 requirements	 for	 the	 University	 of	
                         CIS	37A,	Microsoft	Word	I	(3)                                                      California	and	California	State	University	and	other	local	uni-
                         CIS	37B,	Microsoft	Word	II	(3)	                                                    versities	 are	 available	 online	 at	 www.smc.edu/articulation	 and	
                                                                                                            listed	in	the	Academics	section	of	this	catalog.
                         Select 3 units from the following keyboarding courses:
                         OFTECH	1,	Keyboarding	1	(3)
                         OFTECH	1A,	Keyboarding	1A	(1)
                         OFTECH	1B,	Keyboarding	1B	(1)                                                      Photography
                         OFTECH	1C,	Keyboarding	1C	(1)
                         OFTECH	9,	Keyboarding	Improvement	(1,1,1)                                                Photographers	record	visual	images	on	film	or	videotape	
                         OFTECH	10,	Skill	Building	on	the	Keyboard	(3)                                      to	graphically	illustrate	or	explain	an	idea,	record	an	event	or	
                                                                                                            capture	a	mood.	They	generally	specialize	in	a	particular	type	of	
                                                                                                            subject	matter,	such	as	portraits,	landscape,	nature	or	news	pic-

                    Philosophy
                                                                                                            tures	and	in	types	of	equipment	such	as	35	millimeter	cameras,	
                                                                                                            video,	 or	 movie	 cameras.	 Some	 related	 job	 titles	 include	 por-
                                                                                                            trait	photographers,	commercial	and	industrial	photographers,	
Areas of Emphasis




                         Programs	in	philosophy	are	designed	to	develop	the	rea-                            photojournalists,	visual	artists,	and	photo	editors.
   Majors and




                    soning	skills	needed	to	understand	and	evaluate	beliefs	about	                                This	major	may	also	lead	to	many	other	careers.	For	addi-
                    man,	 society,	 reality,	 knowledge,	 truth,	 values,	 etc.	 Skills	 in	                tional	possibilities,	visit	the	Career	Services	Center	on	campus	
                    thinking	and	problem	solving,	research,	writing,	criticism,	and	                        to	 utilize	 computerized	 career	 information	 systems	 and	 other	
                    analysis	are	emphasized.	Philosophy	programs	provide	a	back-                            valuable	career	resources.
                    ground	for	fields	such	as	law,	theology,	journalism,	business,	or	
                    public	service.	Some	students	earn	graduate	degrees	to	become	                               Program Learning Outcomes: Students	completing	the	
                    college	philosophy	teachers.	                                                           program	in	Photography	will	analyze	and	assess	photographic	
                                                                                                            situations	and	solve	technical	problems	and	creative	challenges	
                          This	major	may	also	lead	to	many	other	careers.	For	addi-                         as	they	arise	in	a	photographic	production.	Students	will	design	
                    tional	possibilities,	visit	the	Career	Services	Center	on	campus	                       and	 construct	 photographic	 images	 that	 can	 communicate	
                    to	 utilize	 computerized	 career	 information	 systems	 and	 other	                    ideas	or	narratives	effectively	for	commercial,	editorial,	or	fine	
                    valuable	career	resources.                                                              art	purposes.	And	graduates	will	have	the	knowledge	and	skills	
                                                                                                            pertinent	to	the	successful	operation	of	a	freelance	photography	
                    TRANSFER                                                                                business	and	sound	business	practices	in	the	trade.
                          Students	planning	to	transfer	to	a	four-year	college	should	
                                                                                                            TRANSFER
                    complete	the	lower-division	major	requirements	and	the	gen-
                    eral	 education	 pattern	 for	 the	 appropriate	 transfer	 institution.	                      Students	planning	to	transfer	to	a	four-year	college	should	
                    Santa	 Monica	 College	 has	 articulation	 agreements	 for	 this	                       complete	the	lower-division	major	requirements	and	the	gen-
                    major	 with	 the	 following	 UC,	 CSU,	 and	 private	 institutions.	                    eral	 education	 pattern	 for	 the	 appropriate	 transfer	 institution.	
                    Exact	 major	 requirements	 for	 these	 and	 other	 UC	 and	 CSU	                       Santa	 Monica	 College	 has	 articulation	 agreements	 for	 this	
                    campuses	 can	 be	 found	 online	 at	 www.assist.org.	 Articulation	                    major	with	the	following	UC,	CSU,	private,	and	international	
                    agreements	 with	 private	 institutions	 can	 be	 found	 online	 at	                    institutions.	 Exact	 major	 requirements	 for	 these	 and	 other	
                    www.smc.edu/articulation.                                                               UC	and	CSU	campuses	can	be	found	online	at	www.assist.org.	
                                                                                                            Articulation	agreements	with	private	institutions	can	be	found	
                      • University of California, Davis                                                     online	at	www.smc.edu/articulation.
                        B.A.	Philosophy
                                                                                                                • Academy of Art University, San Francisco
                      • University of California, Irvine                                                          B.F.A.	Fine	Arts	and	Art	Studies
                        B.A.	Philosophy
                                                                                                                • Art Institute of Colorado
                      • University of California, Los Angeles                                                     B.A.	Photography
                        B.A.	Philosophy
                                                                                                                • Brooks Institute
                      • University of California, Santa Barbara                                             	    	 Please	 note	 that	 Brooks	 is	 NOT	 a	 regionally	 accredited	
                        B.A.	Philosophy                                                                            institution.	Students	wishing	to	pursue	graduate	work	may	
                        Concentration	I	(Core	Philosophy)                                                          have	difficulty	in	applying	units	earned.	
                        Concentration	II	(Ethics	and	Public	Policy)
                                                                                                            	                                                              	
                                                                                                                 	 For	 requirements,	 see	 transfer	 agreement,	 available	
                      • California State University, Northridge                                                    in	 the	 Transfer/Counseling	 Center	 or	 online	 at	   	
                        B.A.	Philosophy                                                                            www.smc.edu/articulation.
                                         Major requirements for transfer change frequently. Please access ASSIST at www.assist.org for the most up-to-date requirements.
                                                   For the most up-to-date AA and Certificate of Achievement requirements, visit www.smc.edu/articulation.
                                                                              SANTA MONICA COLLEGE CATALOG 2011-2012                                     117


	   	 Students	must	have	an	overall	3.0	GPA	and	present	a	port-                               Photography	60,	Business	Practices	in	Photography	(3)
      folio	at	time	of	application.                                                           Photography	90A,B,C,	Internship	(1,	2,	3)
      General	 education	 requirements	 for	 the	 University	 of	                            Additional	 graduation	 requirements	 for	 the	 Associate	
California	and	California	State	University	and	other	local	uni-                         degree	from	Santa	Monica	College	are	listed	in	the	Academics	
versities	 are	 available	 online	 at	 www.smc.edu/articulation	 and	
                                                                                        section	 of	 this	 catalog,	 as	 well	 as	 online	 (go	 to	 www.smc.edu/
listed	in	the	Academics	section	of	this	catalog.
                                                                                        articulation).

ASSOCIATE DEGREE – 60 UNITS                                                             CERTIFICATES OF ACHIEVEMENT
      The	 Associate	 degree	 in	 Photography	 involves	 satisfac-                           Catalog	rights	dictate	that	a	student	may	satisfy	the	require-
tory	completion	of	a	minimum	of	60	semester	units	with	a	C	
                                                                                        ments	for	a	degree	or	certificate	by	satisfactorily	completing	the	
average	 or	 higher,	 including	 at	 least	 42	 semester	 units	 in	 the	
                                                                                        general	education	and	major/area	of	emphasis	requirements	in	
Photography	area	of	emphasis	(articulated	below),	fulfillment	
of	 the	 Global	 Citizenship	 requirement,	 and	 fulfillment	 of	 all	                  effect	at	any	time	during	the	student’s	continuous	enrollment.	
Santa	 Monica	 College	 general	 education	 requirements,	 CSU	                         Continuous	enrollment	is	defined	as	enrollment	in	consecutive	
GE,	or	IGETC.                                                                           Fall	and	Spring	semesters	until	program	completion.
     Catalog	rights	dictate	that	a	student	may	satisfy	the	require-                         At least 50% of the required units for a Certificate of
ments	for	a	degree	or	certificate	by	satisfactorily	completing	the	                     Achievement must be completed at Santa Monica College.
general	education	and	major/area	of	emphasis	requirements	in	
effect	at	any	time	during	the	student’s	continuous	enrollment.	                              Students	must	receive	a	grade	of	C	or	higher	in	each	course	
Continuous	enrollment	is	defined	as	enrollment	in	consecutive	                          to	successfully	complete	a	Certificate	of	Achievement.




                                                                                                                                                                   Areas of Emphasis
Fall	and	Spring	semesters	until	program	completion.
                                                                                        Photography (42 units)




                                                                                                                                                                      Majors and
   At least 50% of the area of emphasis (major) units
                                                                                            A	 Certificate	 of	 Achievement	 in	 Photography	 is	 granted	
must be completed at Santa Monica College.
                                                                                        upon	completion	of	42	units.
     Each	course	in	the	area	of	emphasis	(major)	must	be	com-
pleted	with	a	grade	of	C	or	higher.                                                     Required Courses: (32 units)
                                                                                            Art	10A,	Design	I	(3)
Photography (36 units)
                                                                                            Photography	3,	Commercial	Photography	(6)
Required Courses: (26 units)                                                                Photography	4,	Portrait	Photography	(3)
    Art	10A,	Design	I	(3)                                                                   Photography	6,	Advanced	Commercial	Photography	(8)
    Photography	3,	Commercial	Photography	Techniques	                                       Photography	39,	Beginning	Photoshop	(3)
        (6)	or Photography	3A,	Commercial	Photography	                                      Photography	40,	Digital	Capture	(3)
        Techniques	1	(3)	and	Photography	3B,	Commercial	
                                                                                            Photography	42,	Advanced	Photoshop	(3)
        Photography	Techniques	2	(3)
                                                                                            Photography	43,	Portfolio	Development	(3)
    Photography	4,	Portrait	Photography	(3)
    Photography	6,	Advanced	Commercial	Photography	(8)                                  Additional courses to total 42 units and recommended electives may
    Photography	39,	Beginning	Photoshop	(3)                                                 be selected from:
    Photography	43,	Beginning	Portfolio	Development	(3)                                     Photography	1,	Introduction	to	Photography	(3)
Additional courses to total 36 units and recommended electives may                          Photography	2,	Basic	Photography	Lab	Techniques	(2)
    be selected from the following:                                                         Photography	5,	Fundamentals	of	Photo	Digital	Printing	
    Photography	1,	Introduction	to	Photography	(3)                                              (3)
    Photography	2,	Basic	Photography	Lab	Techniques	(2)                                     Photography	7,	Advanced	Portfolio	Development	(3)
    Photography	5,	Fundamentals	of	Photo	Digital	Printing	
                                                                                            Photography	9,	Advanced	Photography	of	People	(3)
        (3)
                                                                                            Photography	11,	Color	Transparency	Photography	(2)
    Photography	7,	Advanced	Portfolio	Development	(3)
    Photography	9,	Advanced	Photography	of	People	(3)                                       Photography	13,	News	Photography	(3)
    Photography	11,	Color	Transparency	Photography	(2)                                      Photography	14,	Photography	for	Publication	(3)
    Photography	13,	News	Photography	(3)                                                    Photography	21,	Alternative	Photographic	Process	(3)
    Photography	14,	Photography	for	Publication	(3)                                         Photography	24,	Photo	–	Graphics	(2)
    Photography	21,	Alternative	Photographic	Process	(3)                                    Photography	29,	Production	of	Still	Photographers	(3)
    Photography	24,	Photo-Graphics	(2)                                                      Photography	37,	Advanced	Black	and	White	Printing	(3)
    Photography	29,	Production	for	Still	Photographers	(3)                                  Photography	40,	Digital	Capture	(3)
    Photography	37,	Advanced	Black	and	White	Printing	(3)                                   Photography	44,	Building	Web	Sites	for	Photographers	
    Photography	40,	Digital	Capture	(3)
                                                                                                (2)
    Photography	42,	Advanced	Photoshop	(3)
                                                                                            Photography	50,	Basic	Color	Printing
    Photography	44,	Building	Web	Sites	for	Photographers	
        (2)                                                                                 Photography	51,	Printing	from	Positive	Materials	(3)
    Photography	50,	Basic	Color	Printing                                                    Photography	52,	History	of	Photography	(3)
    Photography	51,	Printing	from	Positive	Materials	(3)                                    Photography	60,	Business	Practices	in	Photography	(3)
    Photography	52,	History	of	Photography	(3)                                              Photography	90A,B,C,	Internship	(1,	2,	3)
                     Major requirements for transfer change frequently. Please access ASSIST at www.assist.org for the most up-to-date requirements.
                               For the most up-to-date AA and Certificate of Achievement requirements, visit www.smc.edu/articulation.
                      118       SANTA MONICA COLLEGE CATALOG 2011-2012




                    Physics                                                                                 Political Science
                          Physicists	 study	 matter,	 energy,	 and	 the	 relationships	                           Political	 scientists	 study	 the	 origin,	 development,	 and	
                    between	them	and	devise	methods	to	apply	laws	and	theories	                             operation	 of	 political	 systems	 and	 public	 policy.	 Some	 study	
                    of	physics	to	industry,	medicine,	and	other	fields.	Some	career	                        the	 actions	 of	 foreign	 governments,	 political	 parties,	 or	 revo-
                    titles	 include	 acoustic	 physicist,	 astrophysicist,	 engineer,	 satel-               lutionary	 movements.	 Others	 analyze	 topics	 such	 as	 public	
                    lite	data	analyst,	and	medical	or	nuclear	physicist.                                    opinion,	decision	making,	or	the	uses	of	ideology	and	public	
                                                                                                            policy.	 They	 may	 conduct	 surveys,	 analyze	 election	 results,	
                          This	major	may	also	lead	to	many	other	careers.	For	addi-                         review	Supreme	Court	decisions,	or	actions	of	legislative	bod-
                    tional	possibilities,	visit	the	Career	Services	Center	on	campus	                       ies,	or	analyze	the	content	of	media	articles.	Some	do	academic	
                    to	 utilize	 computerized	 career	 information	 systems	 and	 other	                    research,	write,	or	teach.	Others	work	on	applied	problems	for	
                    valuable	career	resources.                                                              federal	 agencies,	 legislative	 committees,	 or	 individual	 office	
                                                                                                            holders/seekers.	Some	career	titles	include	lawyer,	politician	or	
                    TRANSFER                                                                                director	of	polling	and	survey	projects.
                          Students	planning	to	transfer	to	a	four-year	college	should	                            This	major	may	also	lead	to	many	other	careers.	For	addi-
                    complete	the	lower-division	major	requirements	and	the	gen-                             tional	possibilities,	visit	the	Career	Services	Center	on	campus	
                    eral	 education	 pattern	 for	 the	 appropriate	 transfer	 institution.	                to	 utilize	 computerized	 career	 information	 systems	 and	 other	
                    Santa	 Monica	 College	 has	 articulation	 agreements	 for	 this	                       valuable	career	resources.
                    major	 with	 the	 following	 UC,	 CSU,	 and	 private	 institutions.	
                    Exact	 major	 requirements	 for	 these	 and	 other	 UC	 and	 CSU	                       TRANSFER
Areas of Emphasis




                    campuses	 can	 be	 found	 online	 at	 www.assist.org.	 Articulation	
                                                                                                                  Students	planning	to	transfer	to	a	four-year	college	should	
                    agreements	 with	 private	 institutions	 can	 be	 found	 online	 at	
   Majors and




                                                                                                            complete	the	lower-division	major	requirements	and	the	gen-
                    www.smc.edu/articulation.
                                                                                                            eral	 education	 pattern	 for	 the	 appropriate	 transfer	 institution.	
                      • University of California, Berkeley                                                  Santa	 Monica	 College	 has	 articulation	 agreements	 for	 this	
                        B.A.	Physics                                                                        major	with	the	following	UC,	CSU,	private,	and	international	
                                                                                                            institutions.	 Exact	 major	 requirements	 for	 these	 and	 other	
                      • University of California, Davis                                                     UC	and	CSU	campuses	can	be	found	online	at	www.assist.org.	
                        A.B.	Physics                                                                        Articulation	agreements	with	private	institutions	can	be	found	
                        B.S.	Physics                                                                        online	at	www.smc.edu/articulation.
                        Astrophysics	emphasis
                                                                                                               • University of California, Berkeley
                      • University of California, Irvine                                                         B.A.	Political	Science
                        B.S.	Math
                                                                                                               • University of California, Davis
                      • University of California, Los Angeles                                                    A.B.	Political	Science
                        B.A.	Physics                                                                             A.B.	Political	Science	(Public	Service)
                        B.S.	Physics
                                                                                                               • University of California, Irvine
                      • University of California, Riverside                                                      B.A.	Political	Science
                        B.A.	Physics
                                                                                                               • University of California, Los Angeles
                        B.S.	Physics
                                                                                                                 B.A.	Political	Science
                        Biophysics	option
                                                                                                               • University of California, San Diego
                      • University of California, San Diego
                                                                                                                 B.A.	Political	Science
                        B.A./B.S.	Physics
                                                                                                               • University of California, Santa Barbara
                      • University of California, Santa Barbara                                                  B.A.	Political	Science
                        B.S.	Physics
                                                                                                               • University of California, Santa Cruz
                      • California State University, Northridge                                                  B.A.	Politics
                        B.A.	Physics
                        B.S.	Physics                                                                           • California State University, Northridge
                                                                                                                 B.A.	Political	Science
                        Santa	Monica	College	has	articulation	agreements	for	this	
                    major	 (see	 www.smc.edu/articulation	 for	 exact	 requirements)	                           Santa	Monica	College	has	articulation	agreements	for	this	
                    with	the	following	private	and	out-of-state	institutions:                               major	 (see	 www.smc.edu/articulation	 for	 exact	 requirements)	
                                                                                                            with	the	following	private	and	out-of-state	institutions:
                      • Loyola Marymount University
                        B.S.	Physics                                                                          • John Cabot University, Rome, ITALY
                                                                                                                Political	Science
                          General	 education	 requirements	 for	 the	 University	 of	                           International	Affairs	(validated	by	University	of	Wales)
                    California	and	California	State	University	and	other	local	uni-                         	 		     This	university	is	US	regionally	accredited.	See	www.
                    versities	 are	 available	 online	 at	 www.smc.edu/articulation	 and	                       smc.edu/articulation for	general	education	admission	
                    listed	in	the	Academics	section	of	this	catalog.                                            requirements.
                                         Major requirements for transfer change frequently. Please access ASSIST at www.assist.org for the most up-to-date requirements.
                                                   For the most up-to-date AA and Certificate of Achievement requirements, visit www.smc.edu/articulation.
                                                                              SANTA MONICA COLLEGE CATALOG 2011-2012                                      119


  • Mills College                                                                          • California State University, Dominguez Hills
    B.A.	Political,	Legal	&	Economic	Analysis                                                B.A.	Psychology
                                                                                           • California State University, Long Beach
                                                                                             B.A.	Psychology
Psychology                                                                                 • California State University, Los Angeles
                                                                                             B.A.	Psychology
      Psychologists	study	the	behavior	of	individuals	and	groups	                          • California State University, Northridge
and	try	to	help	people	achieve	satisfactory	personal	adjustment.	                            B.A.	Psychology
They	work	with	individuals,	couples,	families	or	groups.	Some	
engage	in	teaching	or	research,	while	others	work	with	people	                              Santa	Monica	College	has	articulation	agreements	for	this	
doing	testing,	counseling,	or	treatment	in	clinics,	schools,	and	                       major	 (see	 www.smc.edu/articulation	 for	 exact	 requirements)	
industries.	Some	additional	career	titles	include	developmental	                        with	the	following	private	and	out-of-state	institutions:
psychologist,	 industrial/organizational	 psychologist,	 mental	                           • Alliant International University
health	coordinator,	and	community	services	worker.                                           B.A.	Psychology	
      This	major	may	also	lead	to	many	other	careers.	For	addi-
                                                                                           • Kaplan University
tional	possibilities,	visit	the	Career	Services	Center	on	campus	
                                                                                             B.A.	Psychology/Applied	Behavioral	Analysis
to	 utilize	 computerized	 career	 information	 systems	 and	 other	
valuable	career	resources.                                                                • Loyola Marymount University
                                                                                            B.A.	Psychology	
TRANSFER                                                                                	 	 General	 education	 requirements	 are	 available	 online	 at	




                                                                                                                                                                    Areas of Emphasis
                                                                                            www.smc.edu/articulation	 or	 in	 the	 Transfer/Counseling	
      Students	planning	to	transfer	to	a	four-year	college	should	                          Center.




                                                                                                                                                                       Majors and
complete	the	lower-division	major	requirements	and	the	gen-
eral	 education	 pattern	 for	 the	 appropriate	 transfer	 institution.	                   • Mills College
Santa	 Monica	 College	 has	 articulation	 agreements	 for	 this	                            Psychology
major	 with	 the	 following	 UC,	 CSU,	 and	 private	 institutions.	                       • National University
Exact	 major	 requirements	 for	 these	 and	 other	 UC	 and	 CSU	                            B.A.	Psychology
campuses	 can	 be	 found	 online	 at	 www.assist.org.	 Articulation	
agreements	 with	 private	 institutions	 can	 be	 found	 online	 at	                       • Saint Mary’s College of California
www.smc.edu/articulation.                                                                    B.A.	Psychology
                                                                                              General	 education	 requirements	 for	 the	 University	 of	
  • University of California, Berkeley
                                                                                        California	and	California	State	University	and	other	local	uni-
    B.A.	Psychology
                                                                                        versities	 are	 available	 online	 at	 www.smc.edu/articulation	 and	
  • University of California, Davis                                                     listed	in	the	Academics	section	of	this	catalog.
    Psychology	A.B.
    Psychology	B.S.	(Biology)
    Psychology	B.S.	(Mathematics)
  • University of California, Irvine
                                                                                        Recycling and
    B.A.	Psychology
    B.A.	Psychology	and	Social	Behavior
                                                                                        Resource Management
    B.A.	Social	Ecology
                                                                                             The	 Recycling	 and	 Resource	 Management	 Certificate	
  • University of California, Los Angeles                                               Program	is	designed	to	provide	formal	training	for	individuals	
    Psychology	B.A.                                                                     interested	 in	 working	 in	 the	 green	 jobs	 sector. As	 more	 cities	
    Psychobiology	B.S.                                                                  and	businesses	develop	sustainability	and	zero-waste	policies,	
    Cognitive	Science	B.S.                                                              there	 is	 an	 increased	 need	 for	 trained	 staff	 that	 can	 properly	
                                                                                        manage	organizational	resources	and	initiate	programs.
  • University of California, Riverside
    B.A.	Psychology                                                                          This	 training	 program	 will	 provide	 students	 with	 the	
                                                                                        resources	they	need	to	compete	in	the	green	jobs	marketplace.	
  • University of California, Santa Barbara                                             Courses	 will	 emphasize	 recycling	 and	 resource	 management	
    B.A.	Psychology                                                                     from	 a	 variety	 of	 perspectives.	 Students	 will	 learn	 about	
  • University of California, Santa Cruz                                                resource	management	and	how	it	impacts	cultural,	community,	
    B.A.	Psychology                                                                     and	 business	 practices.	 Courses	 will	 cover	 governmental	 and	
                                                                                        organizational	policies,	practices,	and	procedures,	and	identify	
  • University of California, San Diego                                                 best	management	practices.	
    B.A.	Psychology
                                                                                        DEPARTMENT CERTIFICATE
  • California Polytechnic State University, San Luis
    Obispo                                                                                 Catalog	rights	dictate	that	a	student	may	satisfy	the	require-
    B.S.	Psychology                                                                     ments	for	a	degree	or	certificate	by	satisfactorily	completing	the	
                     Major requirements for transfer change frequently. Please access ASSIST at www.assist.org for the most up-to-date requirements.
                               For the most up-to-date AA and Certificate of Achievement requirements, visit www.smc.edu/articulation.
                     120       SANTA MONICA COLLEGE CATALOG 2011-2012


                    general	education	and	major/area	of	emphasis	requirements	in	                          Continuous	enrollment	is	defined	as	enrollment	in	consecutive	
                    effect	at	any	time	during	the	student’s	continuous	enrollment.	                        Fall	and	Spring	semesters	until	program	completion.
                    Continuous	enrollment	is	defined	as	enrollment	in	consecutive	
                                                                                                              At least 50% of the area of emphasis (major) units
                    Fall	and	Spring	semesters	until	program	completion.
                                                                                                           must be completed at Santa Monica College.
                        At least 50% of the required units for a Department
                                                                                                                Each	course	in	the	area	of	emphasis	(major)	must	be	com-
                    Certificate must be completed at Santa Monica College.
                                                                                                           pleted	with	a	grade	of	C	or	higher.
                         Students	must	receive	a	grade	of	C	or	higher	in	each	course	
                                                                                                           Respiratory Therapy (55 units)
                    to	successfully	complete	the	Department	Certificate.
                                                                                                                Program Learning Outcomes:	 Students	 who	 complete	
                    Recycling and Zero Waste (12 units)
                                                                                                           the	 Respiratory	 Therapy	 program	 will	 accurately	 initiate,	 con-
                        A	Department	Certificate	is	granted	in	Recycling	and	Zero	
                                                                                                           duct,	and	modify	prescribed	therapeutic	procedures	using	clini-
                    Waste	upon	completion	of	the	12	required	units	listed	below.
                                                                                                           cal	data.	Graduates	will	participate	in	developing	and	evaluat-
                         Required Courses: (12 units)                                                      ing	 respiratory	 care	 plans,	 and	 monitor	 and	 record	 patient	
                         RRM	1,	Introduction	to	Recycling	&	Resource	                                      response	 to	 the	 care,	 both	 in	 clinical	 settings	 and	 emergency	
                            Management	(3)                                                                 situations.
                         RRM	2,	Culture	&	Zero	Waste	(3)
                                                                                                               Prerequisites	for	application	to	the	program	are:	Anatomy	
                         RRM	3,	Resource	Management	&	Zero	Waste	for	
                                                                                                           1,	Physiology	3,	Chemistry	10,	Speech	1	or	5	or	7,	and	Math	
                            Communities	(3)
                                                                                                           18	or	20.
                         RRM	4,	Resource	Management	&	Zero	Waste	for	Business	
                            (3)                                                                            First Year (33-35 units)
                                                                                                           SUMMER	SESSION	(6	UNITS)
Areas of Emphasis




                                                                                                                 Two	General	Education	Courses*	(6)

                    Respiratory Therapy
   Majors and




                                                                                                                 Summer	Session	Unit	Subtotal:	6
                                                                                                           FIRST	SEMESTER	(13-15	UNITS)
                                                                                                               MCRBIO	1,	Fundamentals	of	Microbiology	(5)	or	[ELAC]	
                         The	 program	 is	 a	 partnership	 between	 Santa	 Monica	
                                                                                                                   MICRO	20,	General	Microbiology	(4)
                    College	and	East	Los	Angeles	College	(ELAC).	Graduates	earn	
                                                                                                               RESP	TH	1,	Introduction	to	Respiratory	Therapy	(2)	
                    a	joint	“certificate	of	completion”	awarded	by	both	colleges,	as	
                                                                                                                   or	[ELAC]	RESP	TH	1,	Introduction	to	Respiratory	
                    well	as	an	Associate	degree	in	Respiratory	Therapy.	The	posses-
                                                                                                                   Therapy	(1)
                    sion	of	the	Associate	degree	and	certificate	of	completion	from	
                                                                                                               RESP	TH	29,	Neonatal/Pediatric	RT	(4)	or	[ELAC]	RESP	
                    the	program	allows	the	graduate	to	sit	for	the	California	licen-
                                                                                                                   TH	29,	Neonatal	and	Pediatric	Respiratory	Therapy	(4)
                    sure	 exam	 to	 become	 a	 licensed	 Respiratory	 Care	 Practitioner	
                                                                                                               RES	TH	60,	Respiratory	Physiology	(4)	or	[ELAC]	RESP	
                    (RCP).	Graduates	are	also	eligible	for	the	Advanced	Practitioner	
                                                                                                                   TH	6,	Respiratory	Physiology	(4)
                    exams	 offered	 by	 the	 National	 Board	 for	 Respiratory	 Care	
                                                                                                               First	Semester	Unit	Subtotal:	13-15
                    (NBRC),	which	leads	to	the	awarding	of	the	nationally	recog-
                    nized	Registered	Respiratory	Therapist	(RRT)	credential.                               SECOND	SEMESTER	(14	UNITS)
                                                                                                                 [ELAC]	RESP	TH	2,	Fundamentals	of	Respiratory	Therapy	
                         All	of	the	first-year	courses	are	offered	on	the	SMC	campus	                                (4)
                    (except	Respiratory	Therapy	2).	                                                             RESP	TH	70,	Pathophysiology	(4)	or	[ELAC]	RESP	TH	7,	
                         Clinical	 training	 occurs	 in	 some	 of	 the	 most	 respected	                             Applied	Medicine	and	Pathology	(3)	and	[ELAC]	RESP	
                    medical	 facilities	 in	 the	 United	 States	 (e.g.,	 UCLA	 Medical	                             TH	23,	Advanced	Respiratory	Pathophysiology	(1)
                    Center	and	USC	University	Medical	Center).	Physiology	3	and	                                 RESP	TH	30,	Adult	Critical	Care	Monitoring	(3)	or	
                    Microbiology	 1	 must	 be	 completed	 within	 7	 years	 of	 start	 of	                           [ELAC]	RESP	TH	30,	Adult	critical	Care	Monitory	and	
                    RES	TH	1.	Applicants must have a negative criminal back-                                         Diagnostics	(3)
                    ground check and pass a drug screening procedure to par-                                     PHYSCS	12,	Introductory	Physics	(3)	or	[ELAC]	RESP	TH	
                    ticipate in any clinical courses.	A	typical	sequence	of	courses	                                 21,	Physics	of	Respiratory	Care	(3)
                    is	demonstrated	below.                                                                       Second	Semester	Unit	Subtotal:	14
                                                                                                           * General education requirements may vary according to math and
                    ASSOCIATE DEGREE – 69-71 UNITS                                                         English placement results. General education courses may be complet-
                                                                                                           ed before, during, or after the Respiratory Therapy Program. Students
                          The	Associate	degree	in	Respiratory	Therapy	involves	satis-                      should consult the appropriate college’s catalog or college counselor for
                    factory	completion	of	a	minimum	of	60-71	semester	units	with	                          specific general education program planning.
                    a	C	average	or	higher,	including	at	least	55	semester	units	in	the	
                    Respiratory	Therapy	area	of	emphasis	(articulated	below),	ful-                         **RESP TH 2 offered only at ELAC (East Los Angeles College)
                    fillment	of	the	Global	Citizenship	requirement,	and	fulfillment	                       campus
                    of	 all	 Santa	 Monica	 College	 general	 education	 requirements,	                    Second Year (36 units)
                    CSU	GE,	or	IGETC.                                                                           All	second	year	courses	are	East	Los	Angeles	College	cours-
                         Catalog	rights	dictate	that	a	student	may	satisfy	the	require-                    es	and	are	offered	only	on	the	ELAC	campus
                    ments	for	a	degree	or	certificate	by	satisfactorily	completing	the	                    SUMMER	SESSION	(4	UNITS)
                    general	education	and	major/area	of	emphasis	requirements	in	                             RESP	TH	15,	Introduction	to	Clinical	Experience	(4)
                    effect	at	any	time	during	the	student’s	continuous	enrollment.	                           Summer	Session	Unit	Subtotal:	4
                                        Major requirements for transfer change frequently. Please access ASSIST at www.assist.org for the most up-to-date requirements.
                                                  For the most up-to-date AA and Certificate of Achievement requirements, visit www.smc.edu/articulation.
                                                                              SANTA MONICA COLLEGE CATALOG 2011-2012                                    121


THIRD	SEMESTER	(17	UNITS)                                                                     A.B.	Social	Welfare
    RESP	TH	3,	Application	of	Respiratory	Therapy	and	
                                                                                           • University of California, Davis
       Clinical	Experience	I	(5)
                                                                                             A.B.	Sociology
    RESP	TH	4,	Application	of	Respiratory	Therapy	and	
                                                                                             A.B.	Sociology	(Comparative	Studies)
       Clinical	Experience	II	(5)
                                                                                             A.B.	Sociology	(Law	and	Society)
    RESP	TH	27,	Physician	Clinical	Rounds,	Critical	Thinking	
       Lab	1	(1)                                                                             A.B.	Sociology	(Social	Services)
    Two	General	Education	Courses*	(6)                                                       A.B.	Sociology	(Organizational	Studies)
    Third	Semester	Unit	Subtotal:	17                                                       • University of California, Irvine
WINTER	SESSION	(1	UNIT)                                                                      B.A.	Sociology
   RESP	TH	31,	Neonatal	Resuscitation	(1)                                                    B.A.	Social	Ecology	Majors
   Winter	Session	Unit	Subtotal:	1                                                         • University of California, Los Angeles
FOURTH	SEMESTER	(14	UNITS)                                                                   B.A.	Sociology
   RESP	TH	5,	Application	of	Respiratory	Therapy	and	
     Clinical	Experience	III	(5)                                                           • University of California, San Diego
   RESP	TH	11,	Application	of	Respiratory	Therapy	and	                                       B.A.	Sociology
     Clinical	Experience	IV	(5)                                                            • University of California, Santa Barbara
   RESP	TH	28,	Physician	Clinical	Rounds,	Critical	Thinking	                                 B.A.	Sociology
     Lab	2	(1)
   General	Education	Course*	(3)                                                           • University of California, Santa Cruz
                                                                                             B.A.	Sociology
TOTAL UNITS – SECOND YEAR: 35




                                                                                                                                                                 Areas of Emphasis
Students should make an appointment with the RT Faculty Advisor                            • California State University, Dominguez Hills
in the SMC Health Science Department once they select RT as                                  B.A.	Sociology




                                                                                                                                                                    Majors and
their major. Applications for the Respiratory Therapy Program can                          • California State University, Long Beach
be obtained from the Health Science Department at SMC’s Bundy                                Sociology
Campus. Additional program information and/or an appointment                                 Social	Work
may be made with the RT faculty by calling (310) 434-3463.
                                                                                           • California State University, Los Angeles
                                                                                             B.A.	Sociology

Sociology                                                                                  • California State University, Northridge
                                                                                             B.A.	Sociology

      Sociologists	 study	 the	 behavior	 of	 humans	 in	 groups—                          • California Polytechnic State University, San Luis
families,	 communities,	 industrial	 organizations,	 and	 institu-                           Obispo
tions	 such	 as	 schools,	 hospitals,	 and	 social	 service	 agencies.	                      B.A.	Social	Sciences
They	 are	 concerned	 with	 social	 phenomena,	 such	 as	 social	
                                                                                            Santa	Monica	College	has	articulation	agreements	for	this	
stratification,	 deviant	 behavior,	 effects	 of	 mass	 media,	 urban	
                                                                                        major	 (see	 www.smc.edu/articulation	 for	 exact	 requirements)	
organization,	 educational	 systems,	 and	 mental	 health.	 They	
                                                                                        with	the	following	private	and	out-of-state	institutions:
may	 specialize	 in	 a	 number	 of	 areas,	 such	 as	 organizational	
behavior,	social	change,	social	work,	criminology,	demography,	                            • Loyola Marymount University
statistics,	research	methodology,	small	groups,	the	family,	race	                            B.A.	Sociology
relations,	gerontology,	urban	sociology,	medical	sociology,	sex	
                                                                                           • Mills College
roles	and	society,	rural	sociology,	or	social	theory.	
                                                                                             B.A.	Anthropology	and	Sociology
      This	major	may	also	lead	to	many	other	careers.	For	addi-
tional	possibilities,	visit	the	Career	Services	Center	on	campus	
to	 utilize	 computerized	 career	 information	 systems	 and	 other	
valuable	career	resources.                                                              Solar Photovoltaic
TRANSFER
                                                                                        Installation
                                                                                        (Solar Energy
      Students	planning	to	transfer	to	a	four-year	college	should	
complete	the	lower-division	major	requirements	and	the	gen-

                                                                                        Installation)
eral	 education	 pattern	 for	 the	 appropriate	 transfer	 institution.	
Santa	 Monica	 College	 has	 articulation	 agreements	 for	 this	
major	 with	 the	 following	 UC,	 CSU,	 and	 private	 institutions.	
Exact	 major	 requirements	 for	 these	 and	 other	 UC	 and	 CSU	                             Solar	energy	systems	are	being	installed	in	growing	num-
campuses	 can	 be	 found	 online	 at	 www.assist.org.	 Articulation	
                                                                                        bers	at	businesses	and	private	residences.	This	growing	demand	
agreements	 with	 private	 institutions	 can	 be	 found	 online	 at	
                                                                                        is	 expected	 to	 increase	 the	 need	 for	 many	 new	 jobs	 for	
www.smc.edu/articulation.
                                                                                        Photovoltaic	 System	 Installers	 and	 Solar	 Thermal	 System	
  • University of California, Berkeley                                                  Installers.	 The	 Photovoltaic	 Installation	 Associate	 degree/
    A.B.	Sociology                                                                      Certificate	 in	 Solar	 Energy	 Technologies	 will	 provide	 students	
                     Major requirements for transfer change frequently. Please access ASSIST at www.assist.org for the most up-to-date requirements.
                               For the most up-to-date AA and Certificate of Achievement requirements, visit www.smc.edu/articulation.
                      122       SANTA MONICA COLLEGE CATALOG 2011-2012


                    with	 both	 the	 hands-on	 skills	 and	 the	 broader	 contextual	                           At least 50% of the required units for a Certificate of
                    knowledge	necessary	to	gain	successful	employment	in	the	bur-                           Achievement must be completed at Santa Monica College.
                    geoning	 solar	 industry.	 Students	 who	 complete	 the	 Associate	
                                                                                                                 Students	must	receive	a	grade	of	C	or	higher	in	each	course	
                    degree	or	Certificate	of	Achievement	will	be	qualified	to	secure	
                                                                                                            to	successfully	complete	a	Certificate	of	Achievement.
                    jobs	 in	 a	 variety	 of	 different	 capacities,	 including	 installation	
                    repairs,	entry-level	solar	installer,	mid-upper	level	solar	design	                     Solar Photovoltaic Installation (19 units)
                    positions,	 sales,	 and	 potentially	 even	 start	 their	 own	 solar	                         A	 Certificate	 of	 Achievement	 in	 Solar	 Photovoltaic	
                    installation	company.	With	additional	education	or	experience,	                         Installation	 is	 granted	 upon	 completion	 of	 19	 required	 units	
                    students	could	pursue	employment	with	one	of	the	many	pub-                              listed	on	the	Solar	Photovoltaic	Installation	Associate	degree.
                    lic	institutions	working	on	alternative	energy	policy.


                                                                                                            Speech
                         The	 AA/Certificate	 of	 Achievement	 in	 Solar	 Photovoltaic	
                    Installation	 prepares	 the	 student	 to	 take	 the	 NABCEP	 (North	
                    American	 Board	 of	 Certified	 Energy	 Practitioners)	 Entry	 Level	
                    Exam.                                                                                        Speech	and	Communication	Studies	majors	pursue	a	vari-
                                                                                                            ety	of	careers	depending	on	their	interests.	Public	relations	and	
                    ASSOCIATE DEGREE – 60 UNITS                                                             advertising	 firms,	 health	 care	 organizations,	 government	 and	
                                                                                                            educational	 institutions,	 entertainment	 companies,	 social	 ser-
                         The	 Associate	 degree	 in	 Solar	 Photovoltaic	 Installation	
                                                                                                            vice	groups,	and	media-based	firms	are	just	some	examples	of	
                    involves	satisfactory	completion	of	a	minimum	of	60	semester	
                                                                                                            organizations	having	a	need	for	people	with	highly	developed	
                    units	with	a	C	average	or	higher,	including	at	least	19	semester	
                                                                                                            interpersonal	and	technical	communication	skills.	Some	of	the	
                    units	 in	 the	 Solar	 Photovoltaic	 Installation	 area	 of	 emphasis	
                                                                                                            current	career	titles	include	public	relations	specialist,	news	pro-
Areas of Emphasis




                    (articulated	 below),	 fulfillment	 of	 the	 Global	 Citizenship	
                                                                                                            ducer,	 speech/language	 pathologist,	 speechwriter,	 advertising	
                    requirement,	and	fulfillment	of	all	Santa	Monica	College	gen-
                                                                                                            account	executive,	media	manager,	human	resources	manager,	
   Majors and




                    eral	education	requirements,	CSU	GE,	or	IGETC.
                                                                                                            mediator,	special	events	coordinator	and	development	officer/
                         Catalog	rights	dictate	that	a	student	may	satisfy	the	require-                     fund	raiser.
                    ments	for	a	degree	or	certificate	by	satisfactorily	completing	the	                           This	major	may	also	lead	to	many	other	careers.	For	addi-
                    general	education	and	major/area	of	emphasis	requirements	in	                           tional	possibilities,	visit	the	Career	Services	Center	on	campus	
                    effect	at	any	time	during	the	student’s	continuous	enrollment.	                         to	 utilize	 computerized	 career	 information	 systems	 and	 other	
                    Continuous	enrollment	is	defined	as	enrollment	in	consecutive	                          valuable	career	resources.
                    Fall	and	Spring	semesters	until	program	completion.
                       At least 50% of the area of emphasis (major) units                                   TRANSFER
                    must be completed at Santa Monica College.                                                    Students	planning	to	transfer	to	a	four-year	college	should	
                         Each	course	in	the	area	of	emphasis	(major)	must	be	com-                           complete	the	lower-division	major	requirements	and	the	gen-
                    pleted	with	a	grade	of	C	or	higher.                                                     eral	 education	 pattern	 for	 the	 appropriate	 transfer	 institution.	
                                                                                                            Santa	 Monica	 College	 has	 articulation	 agreements	 for	 this	
                    Solar Photovoltaic Installation (19 units)                                              major	 with	 the	 following	 UC,	 CSU,	 and	 private	 institutions.	
                                                                                                            Exact	 major	 requirements	 for	 these	 and	 other	 UC	 and	 CSU	
                         Required courses:
                                                                                                            campuses	 can	 be	 found	 online	 at	 www.assist.org.	 Articulation	
                         Energy	1,	Energy	Efficiency	(3)
                                                                                                            agreements	 with	 private	 institutions	 can	 be	 found	 online	 at	
                         Environmental	Studies	7,	Introduction	to	Environmental	
                                                                                                            www.smc.edu/articulation.
                            Studies	(3)	(same	as	Geography	7)
                         INTARC	35,	Computer	Aided	Design/Drafting (3)	or	GIS	                                 • California State University, Long Beach
                            20,	Introduction	to	Geographic	Information	Systems	                                  B.A.	Speech
                            (3)	(same	as	CIS	20	and	Geography	20)                                              • California State University, Los Angeles
                         Photovoltaic	1,	Introduction	to	Solar	Energy	Systems	(3)                                B.A.	Communication
                         Photovoltaic	2,	Intermediate	Solar	Photovoltaic	Systems	
                            Installation	(3)                                                                   • California State University, Northridge
                         Photovoltaic	3,	Advanced	Solar	Photovoltaic	Installation	                               B.A.	Communication	Studies
                            (4)                                                                                 Santa	Monica	College	has	articulation	agreements	for	this	
                         Recommended course:                                                                major	 (see	 www.smc.edu/articulation	 for	 exact	 requirements)	
                         BUS	63,	Principles	of	Entrepreneurship	(3)                                         with	the	following	private	and	out-of-state	institutions:
                                                                                                               • Loyola Marymount University
                    CERTIFICATE OF ACHIEVEMENT                                                                   B.A.	Communication	Studies
                         Catalog	rights	dictate	that	a	student	may	satisfy	the	require-
                    ments	for	a	degree	or	certificate	by	satisfactorily	completing	the	                     ASSOCIATE DEGREE – 60 UNITS
                    general	education	and	major/area	of	emphasis	requirements	in	                                The	Associate	degree	in	Speech	involves	satisfactory	com-
                    effect	at	any	time	during	the	student’s	continuous	enrollment.	                         pletion	 of	 a	 minimum	 of	 60	 semester	 units	 with	 a	 C	 average	
                    Continuous	enrollment	is	defined	as	enrollment	in	consecutive	                          or	 higher,	 including	 at	 least	 20	 semester	 units	 in	 the	 Speech	
                    Fall	and	Spring	semesters	until	program	completion.                                     area	of	emphasis	(articulated	below),	fulfillment	of	the	Global	
                                         Major requirements for transfer change frequently. Please access ASSIST at www.assist.org for the most up-to-date requirements.
                                                   For the most up-to-date AA and Certificate of Achievement requirements, visit www.smc.edu/articulation.
                                                                              SANTA MONICA COLLEGE CATALOG 2011-2012                                     123


Citizenship	 requirement,	 and	 fulfillment	 of	 all	 Santa	 Monica	                    to	 utilize	 computerized	 career	 information	 systems	 and	 other	
College	general	education	requirements,	CSU	GE,	or	IGETC.                               valuable	career	resources.
     Catalog	rights	dictate	that	a	student	may	satisfy	the	require-                          Program Learning Outcomes: Students	 who	 complete	
ments	for	a	degree	or	certificate	by	satisfactorily	completing	the	                     the	Theatre	Arts	program	will	hone	their	skills	in	performance,	
general	education	and	major/area	of	emphasis	requirements	in	                           design,	and	technical	skills;	evaluate	and	appreciate	a	theatrical	
effect	at	any	time	during	the	student’s	continuous	enrollment.	                         performance	by	recognizing	the	inherent	components	that	go	
Continuous	enrollment	is	defined	as	enrollment	in	consecutive	                          into	 creating	 theatre,	 including	 research,	 collaboration,	 and	
Fall	and	Spring	semesters	until	program	completion.                                     rehearsal;	and	successfully	compete	for	work	in	the	professional	
                                                                                        theatre.	 Students	 who	 complete	 this	 degree	 will	 also	 be	 well	
   At least 50% of the area of emphasis (major) units
                                                                                        prepared	for	further	study	in	theatre	at	the	baccalaureate	level.
must be completed at Santa Monica College.
     Each	course	in	the	area	of	emphasis	(major)	must	be	com-                           TRANSFER
pleted	with	a	grade	of	C	or	higher.
                                                                                              Students	planning	to	transfer	to	a	four-year	college	should	
Speech (20 units)                                                                       complete	the	lower-division	major	requirements	and	the	gen-
Required Courses: (15 units)                                                            eral	 education	 pattern	 for	 the	 appropriate	 transfer	 institution.	
    Communication	1,	Survey	of	Mass	Media	                                              Santa	 Monica	 College	 has	 articulation	 agreements	 for	 this	
        Communication	(3)                                                               major	 with	 the	 following	 UC,	 CSU,	 and	 private	 institutions.	
    Speech	1,	Elements	of	Public	Speaking	(3)                                           Exact	 major	 requirements	 for	 these	 and	 other	 UC	 and	 CSU	
    Speech	3,	Voice	and	Diction	(3)                                                     campuses	 can	 be	 found	 online	 at	 www.assist.org.	 Articulation	
    Speech	5,	Interpersonal	Communication	(3)                                           agreements	 with	 private	 institutions	 can	 be	 found	 online	 at	




                                                                                                                                                                   Areas of Emphasis
    Speech	11,	Argumentation	(3)                                                        www.smc.edu/articulation.
                                                                                           • University of California, Los Angeles, School of




                                                                                                                                                                      Majors and
Additional courses to total 20 units must be selected from the follow-
    ing:                                                                                     Theater, Film & Television
    Broadcasting	3A,	Broadcast	Announcing	and	Production	                                    Theatre,	B.A.
        (3)                                                                                • University of California, Riverside
    Broadcasting	4A,	Broadcast	Newswriting/Newscasting	(3)                                   Theatre,	B.A.
    Broadcasting	4B,	Advanced	Broadcast	Newswriting/
        Newscasting	(3)                                                                    • University of California, San Diego
    Broadcasting	5A,	Sportscasting	Fall	Sports	(3)                                           Theatre	and	Dance,	B.A.
    Broadcasting	5B,	Sportscasting	Spring	Sports	(3)                                       • University of California, Santa Barbara
    Broadcasting	5C,	Sportscasting	Summer	Sports	(3)                                         B.A.	Theatre
    Communication	2,	Reading	Media:	Acquiring	Media	                                         B.F.A.	Theatre
        Literacy	Skills	(3)                                                                  Acting	emphasis
    Speech	2,	Persuasion	(3)
    Speech	4,	Oral	Interpretation:	Performing	Literature	                                  • California State University, Dominguez
        Across	Cultures	(3)                                                                  B.A.	Theatre	Arts
    Speech	6,	Fundamentals	of	Small	Group	Discussion	(3)                                   • California State University, Long Beach
    Speech	7,	Intercultural	Communication	(3)                                                B.A.	Theatre	Arts
    Speech	22,	Introduction	to	Forensics	(3)
    Speech	88A	or	88B,	Independent	Studies	for	Speech	(1-2)                                • California State University, Los Angeles
                                                                                             B.A.	Theatre	Arts	option
     Additional	 graduation	 requirements	 for	 the	 Associate	                              Dance	option
degree	from	Santa	Monica	College	are	listed	in	the	Academics	
section	 of	 this	 catalog,	 as	 well	 as	 online	 (go	 to	 www.smc.edu/                   • California State University, Northridge
articulation).                                                                               B.A.	Theatre
                                                                                            Santa	Monica	College	has	articulation	agreements	for	this	

Theatre Arts                                                                            major	 (see	 www.smc.edu/articulation	 for	 exact	 requirements)	
                                                                                        with	the	following	private	and	out-of-state	institutions:
                                                                                           • Loyola Marymount University
     The	Theatre	major	can	help	prepare	people	for	many	career	
                                                                                             B.A.	Theatre	Arts
opportunities	 including	 work	 in	 the	 specific	 areas	 of	 theater	
production	or	performance	as	well	as	the	related	areas	of	adver-                        ASSOCIATE DEGREE – 60 UNITS
tising,	television,	film,	recreation,	education,	and	management.	
                                                                                             The	 Associate	 degree	 in	 Theatre	 Arts	 involves	 satisfactory	
Theater	 managers	 manage	 theaters	 for	 stage	 productions	 or	
                                                                                        completion	of	a	minimum	of	60	semester	units	with	a	C	aver-
motion	 pictures.	 Related	 career	 titles	 include	 actor,	 director,	
                                                                                        age	or	higher,	including	at	least	20	semester	units	in	the	Theatre	
costumer,	script	coach,	stunt	person,	playwright,	drama	coach,	
                                                                                        Arts	 area	 of	 emphasis	 (articulated	 below),	 fulfillment	 of	 the	
set	designer,	business	manager	and	instructor.
                                                                                        Global	 Citizenship	 requirement,	 and	 fulfillment	 of	 all	 Santa	
     This	major	may	also	lead	to	many	other	careers.	For	addi-                          Monica	 College	 general	 education	 requirements,	 CSU	 GE,	 or	
tional	possibilities,	visit	the	Career	Services	Center	on	campus	                       IGETC.
                     Major requirements for transfer change frequently. Please access ASSIST at www.assist.org for the most up-to-date requirements.
                               For the most up-to-date AA and Certificate of Achievement requirements, visit www.smc.edu/articulation.
                     124       SANTA MONICA COLLEGE CATALOG 2011-2012




                                                                                                            Transfer
                         Catalog	rights	dictate	that	a	student	may	satisfy	the	require-
                    ments	for	a	degree	or	certificate	by	satisfactorily	completing	the	
                    general	education	and	major/area	of	emphasis	requirements	in	
                    effect	at	any	time	during	the	student’s	continuous	enrollment.	                         CSU GE CERTIFICATE OF ACHIEVEMENT
                    Continuous	enrollment	is	defined	as	enrollment	in	consecutive	
                                                                                                                 To	 receive	 a	 CSU	 GE	 Certificate	 of	 Achievement,	 at	 least	
                    Fall	and	Spring	semesters	until	program	completion.
                                                                                                            50%	of	the	units	must	be	completed	at	any,	or	any	combina-
                       At least 50% of the area of emphasis (major) units                                   tion	of,	California	Community	College(s).	A	minimum	grade	
                    must be completed at Santa Monica College.                                              of	D-	(0.7	on	a	4.0	scale)	is	required	for	each	course	applied	to	
                                                                                                            the	CSU	GE	Certificate	of	Achievement.	The	minimum	overall	
                         Each	course	in	the	area	of	emphasis	(major)	must	be	com-                           GPA	on	the	CSU	GE	pattern	must	be	a	C	(2.0	on	a	4.0	scale),	
                    pleted	with	a	grade	of	C	or	higher.                                                     and	 complete	 certification	 is	 required	 to	 receive	 a	 CSU	 GE	
                                                                                                            Certificate	of	Achievement.
                    Theatre Arts (20 units)
                                                                                                               Students	 must	 meet	 all	 certification	 eligibility	 require-
                    Required Courses: (15 units minimum)                                                    ments.	 Students	 must	 meet	 all	 certification	 eligibility	 require-
                        Theatre	Arts	5,	History	of	World	Theatre	(3)                                        ments	to	qualify	for	the	Certificate	of	Achievement.
                        Theatre	Arts	10A,	Voice	Development	for	the	Stage	(3,3)
                        Theatre	Arts	18A,	18B,	18C,	Technical	Theatre	Production	                           IGETC CERTIFICATE OF ACHIEVEMENT
                            Workshop	(3)	(Any	combination	of	Theatre	Arts	18A,	                                   To	 receive	 an	 IGETC	 Certificate	 of	 Achievement,	 at	 least	
                            18B,	and/or	18C	to	total	a	minimum	of	3	units.)                                 50%	of	the	units	must	be	completed	at	any,	or	any	combina-
Areas of Emphasis




                        Theatre	Arts	20,	Stagecraft	(3,3,3)                                                 tion	of,	California	Community	College(s).	A	minimum	grade	
                                                                                                            of	C	(2.0	on	a	4.0	scale)	is	required	for	each	course	applied	to	
   Majors and




                        Theatre	Arts	41,	Acting	1	(3,3,3,3)
                                                                                                            the	 IGETC	 Certificate	 of	 Achievement,	 and	 complete	 certifica-
                    Select one course from:                                                                 tion	is	required	to	receive	an	IGETC	Certificate	of	Achievement.
                         Theatre	Arts	22,	Stage	Lighting	(3,3)
                                                                                                               Students	 must	 meet	 all	 certification	 eligibility	 require-
                         Theatre	Arts	24,	Stage	Sound	(1,1)                                                 ments.	 Students	 must	 meet	 all	 certification	 eligibility	 require-
                         Theatre	Arts	26,	Introduction	to	Stage	Costuming	(3)                               ments	to	qualify	for	the	Certificate	of	Achievement.
                         Theatre	Arts	28A,	Beginning	Stage	Make-up	(1,1)


                                                                                                            Transfer Studies
                    Select one course from:
                         Theatre	Arts	15A,	Stage	Movement	for	the	Performer	(1)
                         Theatre	Arts	42,	Acting	II	(3,3,3,3)
                         Theatre	Arts	43,	Acting,	Historical	Styles	–	Early	(3,3,3)                              The	 Transfer	 Studies	 Associate	 degree	 is	 available	 to	
                         Theatre	Arts	44,	Acting,	Historical	Styles	–	Late	(3,3)                            students	 who	 enrolled	 at	 SMC	 in	 Spring	 2008	 or	 earlier	 and	
                         Theatre	Arts	45,	Musical	Theatre	Workshop	(3,3,3,3)                                who	 have	 maintained	 continuous	 enrollment.	 (See	 page	 51	
                                                                                                            for	definition	of	continuous	enrollment.)	For	Transfer	Studies	
                         Theatre	Arts	50,	Advanced	Production:	Full	Length	Play	
                                                                                                            Associate	 degree	 requirements,	 please	 see	 the	 2007-08	 SMC	
                             (3,3,3,3)
                                                                                                            catalog.
                         Theatre	Arts	52,	Advanced	Production:	Musical	Theatre	
                             (5,5,5,5)


                                                                                                            Women’s Studies
                         Theatre	Arts	54,	Advanced	Production:	Summer	Theatre	
                             (6,6)

                         Recommended Electives:
                                                                                                                  The	Women’s	Studies	area	of	emphasis	studies	the	history,	
                         Theatre	Arts	10B,	Advanced	Voice	Development	for	the	
                                                                                                            sociology	and	politics	of	women	in	society.	The	area	of	empha-
                            Stage	(3,3)                                                                     sis	examines	the	oppression	of	women	throughout	history,	and	
                         Theatre	Arts	15B,	Advanced	Stage	Movement	for	the	Actor	                           also	 the	 ways	 in	 which	 women	 have	 taken	 power	 over	 their	
                            (1,1)                                                                           lives.	 Students	 will	 better	 understand	 the	 impact	 of	 women	
                         Theatre	Arts	34,	Advanced	Costume	Design	(2,2)                                     and	 gender	 on	 various	 cultures	 at	 various	 times	 and	 evaluate	
                         Theatre	Arts	38A,	Beginning	Stage	Direction	(3)                                    changing	social	patterns	and	the	effects	of	institutions	and	cul-
                         Theatre	Arts	53,	Production	for	the	Younger	Audience	(3)                           tural	assumptions.	The	Women’s	Studies	area	of	emphasis	can	
                                                                                                            lead	 to	 a	 variety	 of	 careers	 including	 a	 community	 organizer,	
                         Theatre	Arts	55,	Advanced	Production	–	Small	Theatre	
                                                                                                            political	lobbyist	and	political	strategist.	This	degree	may	also	
                            Venue	(3,3)
                                                                                                            prepare	the	student	for	further	study	at	the	baccalaureate	level.	
                         Additional	 graduation	 requirements	 for	 the	 Associate	                              This	area	of	emphasis	may	also	lead	to	many	other	careers.	
                    degree	from	Santa	Monica	College	are	listed	in	the	Academics	                           For	additional	possibilities,	visit	the	Career	Services	Center	on	
                    section	 of	 this	 catalog,	 as	 well	 as	 online	 (go	 to	 www.smc.edu/                campus	to	utilize	computerized	career	information	systems	and	
                    articulation).                                                                          other	valuable	career	resources.
                                         Major requirements for transfer change frequently. Please access ASSIST at www.assist.org for the most up-to-date requirements.
                                                   For the most up-to-date AA and Certificate of Achievement requirements, visit www.smc.edu/articulation.
                                                                              SANTA MONICA COLLEGE CATALOG 2011-2012                                   125


     Program Learning Outcomes: After	completing	the	pro-                               effect	at	any	time	during	the	student’s	continuous	enrollment.	
gram	 in	 Women’s	 Studies,	 students	 will	 demonstrate	 through	                      Continuous	enrollment	is	defined	as	enrollment	in	consecutive	
oral	 and	 written	 work	 a	 familiarity	 with	 the	 basic	 principles	                 Fall	and	Spring	semesters	until	program	completion.
from	the	field	of	women’s	studies	and	feminist	theories	and	be	
                                                                                           At least 50% of the area of emphasis (major) units
prepared	to	pursue	further	study	at	the	baccalaureate	level.	In	
                                                                                        must be completed at Santa Monica College.
addition	students	will	be	proficient	in	the	research,	analytical,	
and	 communication	 skills	 necessary	 to	 present	 an	 analysis	 of	                        Each	course	in	the	area	of	emphasis	(major)	must	be	com-
the	challenges	facing	women	in	the	world	today	and	the	pro-                             pleted	with	a	grade	of	C	or	higher.
posed	solutions	to	these	challenges.
                                                                                        Women’s Studies (24 units)
TRANSFER                                                                                      CATEGORY	1:	REQUIRED	CORE	COURSES	(3	units)
      Students	planning	to	transfer	to	a	four-year	college	should	                            Women’s	Studies	10,	Introduction	to	Women’s	Studies	
complete	the	lower-division	major	requirements	and	the	gen-                                     (3)
eral	 education	 pattern	 for	 the	 appropriate	 transfer	 institution.	                      CATEGORY	2:	RELATED	DISCIPLINES	(18	units)
Santa	 Monica	 College	 has	 articulation	 agreements	 for	 this	                             Minimum of one course from each of the following areas (plus
major	 with	 the	 following	 UC,	 CSU,	 and	 private	 institutions.	                          two additional courses from any area):
Exact	 major	 requirements	 for	 these	 and	 other	 UC	 and	 CSU	
campuses	 can	 be	 found	 online	 at	 www.assist.org.	 Articulation	                          Area 1: (minimum 3 units)
agreements	 with	 private	 institutions	 can	 be	 found	 online	 at	                          Women’s	Studies	20,	Women,	Feminism,	and	Social	
                                                                                                 Movements:	A	Global	Approach	(3)
www.smc.edu/articulation.
                                                                                              Women’s	Studies	30,	Women	and	Popular	Culture	(3)
  • University of California, Davis




                                                                                                                                                             Areas of Emphasis
                                                                                              Area 2: (minimum 3 units)
    A.B.	Women’s	Studies
                                                                                              Anthropology	14,	Sex,	Gender	and	Culture	(3)




                                                                                                                                                                Majors and
  • University of California, Irvine                                                          History	52,	Women	and	American	Culture	(3)
    B.A.	Women	Studies                                                                        Sociology	33,	Sociology	of	Sex	and	Gender	(3)
  • University of California, Los Angeles                                                     Area 3: (minimum 3 units)
    B.A.	Women	Studies                                                                        Anthropology	2,	Cultural	Anthropology	(3)
                                                                                              Psychology	25,	Human	Sexuality	(3)
  • University of California, Riverside
                                                                                              Sociology	1,	Introduction	to	Sociology	(3)
    B.A.	Women	Studies
                                                                                              Sociology	12,	Sociology	of	the	Family	(3)
  • University of California, San Diego
                                                                                              Area 4: (minimum 3 units)
    B.A.	Women’s	Studies
                                                                                              Communication	10,	Journalism,	Gender	and	Race	(3)
  • University of California, Santa Barbara                                                   English	39,	Images	of	Women	in	Literature	(3)
    B.A.	Women	Studies                                                                        Film	Studies	6,	Women	in	Film	(3)	(formerly Cinema 8)
                                                                                              Music	35,	Women	in	Music	(3)
  • California State University, Northridge
                                                                                              Speech	7,	Inter-Cultural	Communications	(3)
    B.A.	Gender	and	Women’s	Studies
                                                                                          CATEGORY	3:	COMMUNITY	LEADERSHIP	PRACTICUM	(3	
  • San Diego State University
                                                                                            units)
    B.A.	Women’s	Studies
                                                                                            Women’s	Studies	8,	Women’s	Studies	Leadership	
  • San Francisco State University                                                             Practicum	(3)
    B.A.	Women’s	Studies
                                                                                             Additional	graduation	requirements	for	the	Associated	in	
    Santa	Monica	College	has	articulation	agreements	for	this	                          Arts	degree	from	Santa	Monica	College	are	listed	on	a	separate	
major	 (see	 www.smc.edu/articulation	 for	 exact	 requirements)	                       sheet	available	in	the	Transfer/Counseling	Center	or	online	at	
with	the	following	private	and	out-of-state	institutions:                               www.smc.edu/articulation.
  • Loyola Marymount University
    B.A.	Women’s	Studies

ASSOCIATE DEGREE – 60 UNITS
     The	Associate	degree	in	Women’s	Studies	involves	satisfac-
tory	completion	of	a	minimum	of	60	semester	units	with	a	C	
average	 or	 higher,	 including	 at	 least	 24	 semester	 units	 in	 the	
Women’s	Studies	area	of	emphasis	(articulated	below),	fulfill-
ment	of	the	Global	Citizenship	requirement,	and	fulfillment	of	
all	Santa	Monica	College	general	education	requirements,	CSU	
GE,	or	IGETC.
    Catalog	rights	dictate	that	a	student	may	satisfy	the	require-
ments	for	a	degree	or	certificate	by	satisfactorily	completing	the	
general	education	and	major/area	of	emphasis	requirements	in	
                     Major requirements for transfer change frequently. Please access ASSIST at www.assist.org for the most up-to-date requirements.
                               For the most up-to-date AA and Certificate of Achievement requirements, visit www.smc.edu/articulation.

				
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