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					MAJORS and
    Areas of Emphasis
                                                                            Santa Monica college catalog 2012-2013                                   55




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

Certificate of                                                                        60 Units Unless Otherwise Noted
                                                                                      Accounting
Achievement,                                                                          Animation (see Entertainment Technology) (offered through the
                                                                                           Academy of Entertainment and Technology)

and Department                                                                        Art
                                                                                      Athletic Coaching (see Kinesiology Physical Education)

Certificate Programs                                                                  Broadcasting
                                                                                         – Broadcast Programming and Production
                                                                                         – Broadcast Sales and Management
     All programs offered at Santa Monica College leading                             Business
to an Associate degree (AA, AS, AA-T, or AS-T), a Certificate                            – Business Administration (available only to students who
of Achievement, or a Department Certificate are designed to                                enrolled at SMC Fall 2012 or earlier and who have maintained
provide students with the necessary skills to compete success-                             continuous enrollment)
fully in related job markets or for transfer to a four-year college                      – Insurance Professional
or university. Certificate of Achievement programs offered by                            – Logistics/Supply Chain Management
Santa Monica College meet the needs of people in business and                            – Management/Leadership
industry. The teaching faculty in these programs is well trained,                        – Merchandising
with both academic and industry experience. Each career pro-                          Child Development (see Early Childhood Education)
                                                                                      Cinema (see Film Studies)




                                                                                                                                                            Areas of Emphasis
gram has an advisory board composed of industry representa-
                                                                                      Communication Studies (formerly Speech)
tives to insure that the curricula are current and that they meet
                                                                                      Computer Information Systems




                                                                                                                                                               Majors and
industry needs and standards.
                                                                                         – Computer Business Applications
     Major requirement sheets for the Associate degree, Certifi-                         – Website Software Specialist
cate of Achievement, and Department Certificate programs are                          Computer Science
available in the Transfer/Counseling Center and online (go to                            – Computer Programming
www.smc.edu/articulation). Completion of Associate degree                                – Computer Science
major coursework, a Certificate of Achievement, or a                                     – Database Applications Developer
Department Certificate usually will not adequately satisfy                               – Web Programmer
transfer major requirements. Students are encouraged to                               Cosmetology
meet with a counselor to develop an academic program best                             Dance
suited for their transfer institution and intended major.                             Digital Media (see Entertainment Technology) (offered through the
                                                                                           Academy of Entertainment and Technology)
                                                                                      Early Childhood Education (formerly Child Development) (avail-
CatalOg rights                                                                             able only to students who enrolled at SMC Fall 2012 or earlier
                                                                                           and who have maintained continuous enrollment)
     Catalog rights dictate that a student may satisfy the require-
                                                                                         – Early Childhood Intervention Assistant
ments of a degree or certificate by completing the general edu-
                                                                                         – Early Childhood Intervention Teacher
cation and major/area of emphasis requirements in effect at
                                                                                         – Early Childhood Master Teacher
any time of the student’s continuous enrollment. Continuous
                                                                                      Environmental Science
enrollment is defined as enrollment in consecutive Fall and                           Environmental Studies
Spring semesters until completion.                                                    Ethnic Studies
                                                                                      Fashion Design and Merchandising
assOCiate Degrees (aa, as)                                                               – Fashion Design
                                                                                         – Fashion Merchandising
     The Associate in Arts degrees and Associate in Science
                                                                                      Film Studies (formerly Cinema)
degrees involve satisfactory completion of a minimum of 60
                                                                                      General Science
semester units with a C average or higher, including the semes-                       Global Studies
ter units required in each area of emphasis and fulfillment of                        Graphic Design
all Santa Monica College general education (GE) requirements,                         Interior Architectural Design
CSU GE, or IGETC.                                                                     Journalism
     Catalog rights dictate that a student may satisfy the require-                   Kinesiology Physical Education (formerly Physical Education/
ments of a degree or certificate by completing the general edu-                            Kinesiology/Physiological Sciences)
cation and major/area of emphasis requirements in effect at                              – Athletic Coaching
any time of the student’s continuous enrollment. Continuous                              – Kinesiology Physical Education
enrollment is defined as enrollment in consecutive Fall and                           Liberal Arts (available only to students who enrolled at SMC Spring
                                                                                           2010 or earlier and who have maintained continuous enroll-
Spring semesters until completion.
                                                                                           ment)
   At least 50% of the area of emphasis (major) units                                 Liberal Arts–Arts & Humanities
must be completed at Santa Monica College.                                            Liberal Arts–Social & Behavioral 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.
                      56       Santa Monica college catalog 2012-2013


                    Media Studies (see Broadcasting)                                                         – 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
                    Public Policy
                                                                                                           Cosmetology
                    Recycling & Resource Management
                                                                                                           Digital Media (see Entertainment Technology) (offered through the
                    Respiratory Therapy (77 units)
                    Solar Photovoltaic Installation (Solar Energy Installation)                                 Academy of Entertainment and Technology)
                    Speech (see Communication Studies)                                                     Early Childhood Education (formerly Child Development)
                    Theatre Arts                                                                             – Early Childhood Education
                    Transfer Studies Associate degree (available only to students who                        – Early Childhood Intervention Assistant
                         enrolled at Santa Monica College Spring 2008 or earlier and                         – Early Childhood Intervention Teacher
                         who have maintained continuous enrollment in each Fall and                          – Early Childhood Master Teacher
Areas of Emphasis




                         Spring semester until graduation.)                                                Environmental Science
   Majors and




                    Women’s Studies                                                                        Environmental Studies
                                                                                                           Ethnic Studies
                                                                                                           Fashion Design and Merchandising
                    CertifiCates Of aChievement
                                                                                                             – Fashion Design
                         Catalog rights dictate that a student may satisfy the require-                      – Fashion Merchandising
                    ments for a certificate of achievement by completing the general                       Global Studies
                    education and major/area of emphasis requirements in effect at                         Graphic Design
                    any time during the student’s continuous enrollment. Continu-                          Interior Architectural Design
                    ous enrollment is defined as enrollment in consecutive Fall and                        Kinesiology Physical Education (formerly Physical Education/
                    Spring semesters until completion.                                                          Kinesiology/Physiological Sciences)
                    	 •	 At	 least	 50%	 of	 the	 units	 required	 for	 Certificates	 of	
                                                                                                             – Athletic Coaching
                         Achievement must be completed at Santa Monica Col-
                                                                                                           Office Technology (formerly Office Information Systems)
                         lege.	 (Exception:	 For	 IGETC/CSUGE	 Certificates,	 50%	 of	
                                                                                                             – General Office
                         the units required for Certificates of Achievement must
                                                                                                             – Legal Administrative Assistant
                         be completed at any, or at any combination of, California
                                                                                                             – Medical Administrative Assistant
                         Community College/s.)
                    	 •	 Students	must	receive	a	grade	of	C	or	higher	in	each	course	                        – Medical Coding and Billing Specialist
                         to successfully complete a Certificate of Achievement.                            Photography
                         (Exception: For CSUGE Certificate, a minimum grade of                             Public Policy
                         D- [0.7 on a 4.0 scale] is required for each course applied                       Recycling & Resource Management
                         to the CSUGE Certificate of Achievement. The minimum                              Solar Photovoltaic Installation (Solar Energy Installation)
                         overall GPA on the CSUGE pattern must be a C [2.0 on a                            Transfer
                         4.0 scale].)                                                                        – CSU GE
                                                                                                             – IGETC
                    Accounting
                      – Accounting
                      – Professional Accountant                                                            Department CertifiCates
                    Animation (see Entertainment Technology) (offered through the
                        Academy of Entertainment and Technology)                                                Catalog rights dictate that a student may satisfy the require-
                    Athletic Coaching (see Kinesiology Physical Education)                                 ments for a department certificate by completing the major/
                    Broadcasting                                                                           area of emphasis requirements in effect at any time during the
                      – Broadcast Programming and Production                                               student’s continuous enrollment. Continuous enrollment is
                      – Broadcast Sales and Management                                                     defined as enrollment in consecutive Fall and Spring semesters
                    Business                                                                               until completion.
                      – Entrepreneurship                                                                      At least 50% of the area of emphasis (major) units
                      – Insurance Professional
                                                                                                           must be completed at Santa Monica College.
                      – Insurance Specialist
                      – International Business                                                                  Students must receive a grade of C or higher in each course
                      – Logistics/Supply Chain Management                                                  to successfully complete a Department Certificate.
                                        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 2012-2013                                   57


Academy of Entertainment & Technology                                                Economics
  – 2D Animation                                                                     Engineering
  – 3D Animation                                                                     English
  – 3D Modeling                                                                      ESL – English as a Second Language
  – 3D Rendering                                                                     French
  – Digital Effects                                                                  Geography
  – Game Design                                                                      Geology
Accounting                                                                           German
  – Computer Accounting                                                              Health Education
Automotive Technician – Introductory                                                 Hebrew
Business                                                                             Humanities
  – Entrepreneurship                                                                 Italian
  – International                                                                    Japanese
  – Logistics                                                                        Korean
  – Management                                                                       Library Studies
  – Marketing                                                                        Medical Laboratory Technician
  – Merchandising                                                                    Media Studies
  – Salon Business                                                                   Microbiology
Computer Information Systems                                                         Nutrition
  – Desktop Publishing                                                               Occupational Therapy
  – Website Creator                                                                  Persian
  – Website Development Management                                                   Philosophy




                                                                                                                                                          Areas of Emphasis
  – Word Processing                                                                  Physics
Computer Science                                                                     Physiology




                                                                                                                                                             Majors and
  – Computer Programming                                                             Political Science
  – Information Systems Management                                                   Psychology
  – Networking                                                                       Religious Studies
  – Robotics and Artificial Intelligence                                             Russian
Cosmetology                                                                          Sociology
  – Nail Care                                                                        Spanish
  – Salon Business                                                                   Turkish
  – Skin Care                                                                        Urban Studies
  – Teacher Training                                                                 Zoology
Early Childhood Education
  – Early Childhood Education Core
  – School-Age Intervention Assistant                                                pre-prOfessiOnal aDvising sheets
Graphic Design                                                                       (Available in Transfer/Counseling Center or online at
  – Web Design                                                                       www.smc.edu/articulation)
Interior Architectural Design                                                        Chiropractic
  – Digital Production & Design                                                      Dental
  – Set Design & Art Direction for Film & TV                                         Dental Hygiene
Office Technology (formerly Office Information Systems)                              Law
  – Clerical/Data Entry                                                              Medical
  – Medical Billing/Coding                                                           Pharmacy
  – Medical Records Clerk/Receptionist                                               Teacher Preparation
  – Medical Transcription                                                            Veterinary
  – Word Processing
Recycling and Resource Management
                                                                                     assOCiate Degrees fOr transfer tO the
  – Recycling and Zero Waste
                                                                                     CsU sYstem (aa-t, as-t)
                                                                                          The Associate in Arts for Transfer (AA-T) or the Associate in
aDDitiOnal COUrses OffereD                                                           Science for Transfer (AS-T) is granted upon successful comple-
American Sign Language                                                               tion of a program of study with a minimum of 60 semester
Anatomy                                                                              units with an overall average grade of C or higher. The
Anthropology                                                                         following is required for all AA-T or AS-T degrees for transfer to
Arabic                                                                               the California State University system:
Astronomy
                                                                                       1. Completion of a minimum of 60 CSU-transferable semes-
Biological Sciences
                                                                                          ter units.
Botany
Chemistry                                                                              2. Maintaining a minimum grade point average (GPA) of at
Chinese                                                                                   least 2.0 (C) in all CSU-transferable coursework. Note that
Counseling (formerly Human Development)                                                   while a minimum GPA of 2.0 (C) is required for admis-
                  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 2012-2013


                             sion, some majors/campuses may require a higher GPA.                               At least 50% of the area of emphasis (major) units
                             Please consult with a counselor for more information.                           must be completed at Santa Monica College.
                             (Please note: Nonresident and international students are
                                                                                                                  Each course in the area of emphasis (major) must be com-
                             required to have a minimum GPA of 2.4 for admission.)
                                                                                                             pleted with a grade of C or higher.
                        3. Certified completion of the California State University                                 These programs are not designed for transfer students.
                           General Education-Breadth pattern (CSU GE Breadth) OR
                           the Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum                          Accounting
                           (IGETC) pattern. (Please note: Students transferring to CSU                            Program Learning Outcomes: Upon completion of the
                           must complete IGETC Area 1C.)                                                     Accounting program, students will effectively comprehend,
                        4. Completion of a minimum of 18 semester units in an                                record, post, and summarize financial accounting information
                           AA-T or AS-T major as detailed in the “Majors and Areas of                        from an original business transaction through the preparation
                           Emphasis” section of the catalog. All courses in the major                        of financial statements and the closing entries at the end of
                           must be completed with a grade of C or higher, or with a P                        an accounting cycle. Students will demonstrate the ability to
                           if the course was taken on a Pass/No Pass basis, and the P                        prepare calculations and use financial information for business
                           is	equal	to	a	C	or	higher	(Title	5	§55063).	Students at Santa                     management and decision making.
                           Monica College may earn an Associate degree for Transfer                          Required Core Courses: (12 Units)
                           in the following:                                                                     Business 1, Introduction to Business (3)
                                                                                                                 Business 31, Business English Fundamentals (3) or
                    	    	 •	    Art	History	(AA-T)
                                                                                                                     English 1, Reading & Composition (3)
                    	    	 •	    Business	Administration	(AS-T)
                                                                                                                 Business 32, Business Communications (3)
                    	    	 •	    Early	Childhood	Education	(AS-T)
Areas of Emphasis




                                                                                                                 CIS 1, Computer Concepts with Applications (3) or CIS
                    	    	 •	    Mathematics	(AS-T)
                                                                                                                     4, Introduction to Computers, Business Applications
   Majors and




                             Additional majors are being developed. Please see a coun-                               (3)
                             selor or visit www.smc.edu/articulation for more informa-
                                                                                                             Required Concentration Courses: (16 Units)
                             tion.
                                                                                                                 Accounting	1,	Introduction	to	Financial	Accounting	(5)	
                                                                                                                     and Accounting 2, Corporate Financial and
                                                                                                                     Managerial	Accounting	(5)
                    Accounting                                                                                   Accounting 31A, Excel for Accounting (3) or CIS 30,
                                                                                                                     Microsoft EXCEL (3) (formerly CIS 31) or CIS 31,
                                                                                                                     Accounting Spread Sheets (3)
                         General accountants examine financial records of munici-                                Accounting	35,	QuickBooks	(3)	(same as CIS 35)
                    pal, county, state, and federal agencies for compliance with
                    laws. They record transactions, such as receivable, payable,                             Recommended Courses:
                    payroll, property into a general ledger. Corporate accountants                               Accounting 10A, Intermediate Accounting A (3) and
                    set up and design accounting-bookkeeping systems and proce-                                     Accounting 10B, Intermediate Accounting B (3) and
                    dures, risk management programs, tax law and finance meth-                                      Accounting 10C, Intermediate Accounting C (4) or
                    ods, record financial transactions, and analyze and evaluate                                    Accounting 6, Accounting Consolidations (3) and
                    financial records for businesses. Their duties include interpret-                               Accounting 7, Advanced Accounting: Special Topics
                    ing financial information and preparing reports for business                                    (3)
                    executives and government regulatory agencies. Advancement                                   Accounting 11, Cost Accounting (3)
                    includes senior accountant, controller, treasurer, and chief                                 Accounting 12, Auditing (3)
                    financial officer positions.                                                                 Accounting	15,	Individual	Income	Tax	(3)
                                                                                                                 Accounting 16, Taxation of Corporations, Partnerships,
                         This major may also lead to many other careers. For addi-                                  Estates and Trusts (3)
                    tional possibilities, visit the Career Services Center on campus                             Accounting 31B, Advanced Excel for Accounting (3)
                    to utilize computerized career information systems and other                                 Business	5,	Business	Law	(3)
                    valuable career resources.
                                                                                                                  Additional general education and graduation requirements
                          Students planning to transfer to a four-year college/univer-                       for the Associate degree from Santa Monica College are listed in
                    sity should refer to the Business Administration major’s transfer                        the Academics section of this catalog, as well as online (go to
                    requirements.                                                                            www.smc.edu/articulation).

                                                                                                             CertifiCates Of aChievement
                    assOCiate Degree – 60 Units
                                                                                                                 At	 least	 50%	 of	 the	 required	 units	 for	 a	 Certificate	 of	
                    The Associate degree in Accounting involves satisfactory com-                            Achievement must be completed at Santa Monica College.
                    pletion of a minimum of 60 semester units with a C average or
                                                                                                                  Students must receive a grade of C or higher in each course
                    higher, including at least 28 semester units in the Accounting
                                                                                                             to successfully complete a Certificate of Achievement.
                    area of emphasis (articulated below), fulfillment of the Global
                    Citizenship requirement, and fulfillment of all Santa Monica                             Accounting
                    College general education requirements, CSU GE, or IGETC.                                Option 1: (28 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 2012-2013                                   59


    Completion of required core courses and required con-                                   Accounting 6, Accounting Consolidations (3)
    centration courses listed above in the Associate degree                                 Accounting 7, Advanced Accounting: Special Topics (3)
    program.                                                                                Accounting 10A, Intermediate Accounting A (3) and
                                                                                               Accounting 10B, Intermediate Accounting B (3) and
Option 2: (23 units)
                                                                                               Accounting 10C, Intermediate Accounting C (4)
     Required Courses: (20 units)
                                                                                            Accounting 11, Cost Accounting (3)
     Accounting	1,	Introduction	to	Financial	Accounting	(5)	
                                                                                            Accounting 12, Auditing (3)
        and Accounting 2, Corporate Financial and
                                                                                            Accounting	15,	Individual Income Tax (3)
        Managerial	Accounting	(5)
                                                                                            Accounting 16, Taxation of Corporations, Partnerships,
     Accounting 10A, Intermediate Accounting A (3) and
                                                                                               Estates and Trusts (3)
        Accounting 10B, Intermediate Accounting B (3) and
                                                                                            Business	5,	Business	Law	(3)
        Accounting 10C, Intermediate Accounting C (4)
                                                                                      Recommended Courses:
    Select one additional course from the following:
                                                                                          Accounting 26, Advanced Business Law (3) (same as
    Accounting 31A, EXCEL for Accounting (3)
                                                                                             Business 6)
    Accounting 31B, Advanced EXCEL for Accounting (3)
                                                                                          Accounting 31A, EXCEL for Accounting (3)
    Accounting	35,	QuickBooks	(3)	(same as CIS 35)
                                                                                          Accounting 31B, Advanced EXCEL for Accounting (3)
    CIS 30, Microsoft EXCEL (3) (formerly CIS 31)
                                                                                          Accounting	35,	QuickBooks	(3)	(same as CIS 35)
    CIS 31, Accounting Spreadsheets (3)
                                                                                          Accounting	45,	Individual	Financial	Planning	(3)	(same as
Option 3: (22-26 units)                                                                      Business 45)
     Required Courses: (13 units)                                                         CIS 4, Introduction to Computers, Business Applications
     Accounting	1,	Introduction	to	Financial	Accounting	(5)                                  (3)
     Accounting 2, Corporate Financial and Managerial




                                                                                                                                                          Areas of Emphasis
        Accounting	(5)                                                                Department CertifiCate




                                                                                                                                                             Majors and
     Accounting	15,	Individual	Income	Tax	(3)                                              At	least	50%	of	the	required	units	for	a	Department	Certifi-
    Select one additional course from the following:                                  cate must be completed at Santa Monica College.
    Accounting 31A, EXCEL for Accounting (3)                                               Students must receive a grade of C or higher in each course
    Accounting	35,	QuickBooks	(3)	(same as CIS 35)                                    to successfully complete a Department Certificate.
    Select two additional courses from the following:
                                                                                      Computer Accounting (14 units)
    Accounting	10A,	Intermediate	Accounting	2	(5)
    Accounting 10B, Intermediate Accounting B (3)                                          Program Learning Outcomes: Students will demonstrate
    Accounting 10C, Intermediate Accounting C (4)                                     basic knowledge of computerized accounting application soft-
    Accounting 11, Cost Accounting (3)                                                ware, such as word processing, spreadsheet, and basic general
    Accounting 12, Auditing (3)                                                       ledger applications.
    Accounting 16, Taxation of Corporations, Partnerships,                            Required Courses:
       Estates and Trusts (3)                                                             Accounting	1,	Introduction	to	Financial	Accounting	(5)
    Business 1, Introduction to Business (3)                                              Accounting 31A, Excel for Accounting (3)
    Business	5,	Business	Law	(3)                                                          Accounting	35,	QuickBooks	(3)	(same as CIS 35)
    Business 32, Business Communications (3)                                              CIS 4, Introduction to Computers, Business Applications
    Business	45,	Individual	Financial	Planning	(3)	(same as                                   (3)
       Accounting 45)
                                                                                      Recommended Courses:
Professional Accountant (41 units)                                                        Accounting 31B, Advanced Excel for Accounting (3)
The Professional Accounting curriculum prepares holders of a

                                                                                      Animation
Bachelor’s degree to take the Certified Public Accountant (CPA)
Board Exam. For information on the CPA exam, please see the Cali-
fornia Board of Accountancy website (www.dca.ca.gov/cba/).
                                                                                           See Entertainment Technology) (offered through the Academy
     Program Learning Outcomes: Students completing
                                                                                      of Entertainment and Technology)
this certificate will use intermediate and advanced financial
accounting principles to record transactions and analyze finan-
cial statements based on published Standards and Interpreta-
tions and the Conceptual Framework promulgated by the                                 Anthropology
Financial Accounting Standards Board. Students will also dem-
                                                                                           Anthropologist is a general term for those who study
onstrate the ability to use specialized and advanced disciplines
                                                                                      human societies, both present and past. A Socio-cultural
such as cost accounting, auditing, and taxation, and perform
                                                                                      Anthropologist may work in a field such as development, com-
research using a wide array of resources related to Generally
                                                                                      munity organizing, policy analysis, and social research. Lin-
Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP).
                                                                                      guistic Anthropologists may work in the areas of inter-cultural
Required Core Courses:                                                                communication, language revitalization, and literacy programs.
    Accounting	1,	Introduction	to	Financial	Accounting	(5)	                           An emphasis in Archaeology lends itself to work in one of many
        and Accounting 2, Corporate Financial and                                     Federal and State agencies and private cultural resource man-
        Managerial	Accounting	(5)                                                     agement firms. Biological and Medical Anthropologists work 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.
                      60      Santa Monica college catalog 2012-2013


                    the growing sector of health related occupations and research.                       	 •	 Mills	College
                    Consultants are employed in historical and ethnographic                                   B.A. Anthropology and Sociology
                    research, forensic work, archaeological survey and excavation,
                                                                                                              General education requirements for the University of Cali-
                    museums and teaching.                                                                fornia, California State University, and other local universities
                         This major may also lead to many other careers. For addi-                       are listed in the Academics section of this catalog, as well as
                    tional possibilities, visit the Career Services Center on SMC’s                      online (go to www.smc.edu/articulation).
                    main campus to utilize computerized career information sys-
                    tems and other valuable career resources.
                                                                                                         Art
                    transfer
                                                                                                               Artists express their thoughts and feelings by creating
                         Students planning to transfer to a four-year college should                     fine art works that are primarily intended for aesthetic enjoy-
                    complete the lower-division major requirements and the gen-                          ment. Related career titles include advertising artist or designer,
                    eral education pattern for the appropriate transfer institution.                     art administrator, furniture designer, illustrator, courtroom
                    Santa Monica College has articulation agreements for this                            sketcher, medical illustrator, animator and toy designer. Some
                    major with the following UC, CSU, and private institutions.                          organizations that typically employ art majors include: studios,
                    Exact major requirements for these and other UC and CSU                              museums, auction houses, art councils, educational institu-
                    campuses can be found online at www.assist.org. Articulation                         tions, hospitals, interior design departments, advertising agen-
                    agreements with private institutions can be found online at                          cies, and film and media production companies.
                    www.smc.edu/articulation.
                                                                                                              This major may also lead to many other careers. For addi-
                    	 •	 University	of	California,	Berkeley                                              tional possibilities, visit the Career Services Center on campus
Areas of Emphasis




                         B.A. Anthropology                                                               to utilize computerized career information systems and other
                                                                                                         valuable career resources.
   Majors and




                    	 •	 University	of	California,	Davis
                         A.B. Anthropology                                                               transfer
                         Evolutionary Track
                                                                                                              Students planning to transfer to a four-year college should
                         Sociocultural Track
                                                                                                         complete the lower-division major requirements and the gen-
                         B.S. Anthropology
                                                                                                         eral education pattern for the appropriate transfer institution.
                    	 •	 University	of	California,	Irvine                                                Santa Monica College has articulation agreements for this
                                                                                                         major with the following UC, CSU, and private institutions.
                    	 •	 University	of	California,	Los	Angeles
                                                                                                         Exact major requirements for these and other UC and CSU
                         B.A. Anthropology
                                                                                                         campuses can be found online at www.assist.org. Articulation
                         B.S. Anthropology                                                               agreements with private institutions can be found online at
                    	 •	 University	of	California,	San	Diego                                             www.smc.edu/articulation.
                         B.A. Anthropology                                                                    In addition to meeting academic requirements, most uni-
                         B.A. Anthropology, Concentration in Archaeology                                 versities and art schools require prospective students to submit
                         B.A. Anthropology, Concentration in Biological Anthro-                          a portfolio for admission to be presented to the Art Department
                            pology                                                                       of each institution they apply to for admission.
                    	 •	 University	of	California,	Santa	Barbara                                         	 •	 University	of	California,	Irvine
                         B.A. Anthropology Cultural emphasis                                                  B.A. Studio Arts
                         B.A. Anthropology Physical emphasis
                                                                                                         	 •	 University	of	California,	Los	Angeles
                    	 •	 University	of	California,	Santa	Cruz                                                 B.A. Art
                         B.A. Anthropology                                                                    B.A. Design/Media Arts
                    	 •	 California	State	University,	Dominguez	Hills                                    	 •	 UCLA	School	of	Art	and	Architecture,	
                         B.A. Anthropology                                                                    Department of Design
                                                                                                              B.A. Art
                    	 •	 California	State	University,	Fullerton
                         B.A. Anthropology                                                               	 •	 University	of	California,	Riverside
                                                                                                              Art B.A.
                    	 •	 California	State	University,	Los	Angeles
                         B.A. Anthropology                                                               	 •	 University	of	California,	Santa	Barbara
                                                                                                              B.A. Art
                    	 •	 California	State	University,	Northridge
                         B.A. Anthropology                                                               	 •	 California	State	Polytechnic	University,	Pomona
                                                                                                              B.F.A. Fine Arts
                    	 •	 California	State	University,	San	Bernardino
                         B.A. Anthropology                                                               	 •	 California	State	University,	Long	Beach
                                                                                                              B.A. Art
                        Santa Monica College has articulation agreements for this                             Studio Art option
                    major (see www.smc.edu/articulation for exact requirements)                               NOTE: B.F.A. option requires a portfolio review
                    with the following private and out-of-state institutions:                                 Graphic Design option (portfolio review 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.
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    Other options: Drawing and 3-D Media; Art Education;                             including at least 24 semester units in the Art area of empha-
      Art History; Art Photography; Ceramics; Illustration;                          sis (articulated below), fulfillment of the Global Citizenship
      Printmaking; Sculpture                                                         requirement, and fulfillment of all Santa Monica College gen-
                                                                                     eral education requirements, CSU GE, or IGETC.
	 •	 California	State	University,	Los	Angeles
     B.A. Art                                                                           At least 50% of the area of emphasis (major) units
     Animation option                                                                must be completed at Santa Monica College.
     Art Education option
                                                                                     Each course in the area of emphasis (major) must be completed
     Art History option
                                                                                     with a grade of C or higher.
     Fashion and Textiles option (specialization in Fashion
        Design or Fashion Merchandising)                                             Art (24 units)
     Graphic Design/Visual Communication
                                                                                          Program Learning Outcomes: Upon completion of the
     Studio Arts option
                                                                                     program in Art, students will demonstrate an appreciation and
	 •	 California	State	University,	Northridge                                         understanding of Art and Art History in order to develop cre-
     B.A. Art                                                                        ative and critical thinking solutions to various Art and Art His-
	 •	 California	State	University,	San	Bernardino                                     tory issues. Students will look at an artistic situation, whether
     B.A. Plan I (Art Education)                                                     in implementation or analysis, in order to develop and create a
     B.A. Plan II (Specializations)                                                  strategy for its solution.
     B.A. Plan III (Art History)                                                     Required Core Courses: (6 units)
    Santa Monica College has articulation agreements for this                            Art 10A, Design I (3)
major (see www.smc.edu/articulation for exact requirements)                              Art 20A, Drawing I (3)




                                                                                                                                                            Areas of Emphasis
with the following private and out-of-state institutions:                            Select two core courses from the following: (6 units)
                                                                                          AHIS 1, Western Art History I (3) (formerly Art 1)




                                                                                                                                                               Majors and
	 •	 Academy	of	Art	University,	San	Francisco
     B.F.A. Fine Arts and Art Studies                                                     AHIS 2, Western Art History II (3) (formerly Art 2)
                                                                                          AHIS 3, Western Art History III (3) (formerly Art 8)
	 •	 Arizona	State	University                                                             AHIS	15,	Mexican	Art	History	(3)	(formerly Art 9)
     Art Studies                                                                          AHIS 17, Arts of Asia (3) (formerly Art 5)
	 •	 Art	Center	College	of	Design                                                         AHIS 18, Introduction to African Art History (3)
     B.F.A. Advertising                                                                   AHIS 72, American Art History (3) (formerly Art 72)
     B.S. Environmental Design                                                       Required Foundation Core Courses: (12 units) (it is strongly recom-
     B.F.A. Film                                                                     mended that the foundation courses be taken after completion of core
     B.F.A. Fine Arts                                                                courses):
     B.F.A. Graphic Design
     B.F.A. Illustration                                                             Required Core Courses: (9 units)
     B.F.A. Photography                                                                  Art 10B, Design II (3)
     B.F.A. Product Design                                                               Art 20B, Drawing II (3)
     B.S. Transportation Design:                                                         Art 21A, Drawing III (3)

	 •	 California	College	of	The	Arts                                                  Select one foundation course from the following: (3 units)
     Ceramics, Community Arts, Glass, Illustration, Jewelry/                              Art 13, 3-D Design (3)
     Metal Arts, Painting/Drawing, Printmaking, Sculpture                                 Art 40A, Sculpture I (3)
                                                                                          Art	52A,	Ceramics	I	(3)
	 •	 Loyola	Marymount	University
     B.A. Art History                                                                smC art Department reCOmmenDeD COUrses
     Other concentrations offered:                                                   fOr transfer COnsiDeratiOn anD pOrtfOliO
     Fine Arts, Ceramics                                                             DevelOpment
     Fine Arts, Drawing/Painting
     Fine Arts, Photography                                                              In addition to the required courses, the SMC Art Depart-
     Fine Arts, Printmaking                                                          ment recommends the following courses of study for transfer
     Graphic Arts                                                                    consideration and portfolio development:
     Multimedia Arts, Image                                                          Core Courses: (12 units required)
     Multimedia Arts, Motion                                                              Art 10A, Design I (3)
     Multimedia Arts, Sound                                                               Art 20A, Drawing I (3)
     Multimedia Arts, Text
                                                                                     Select two additional courses from the following:
     Additional general education requirements are listed on a                            AHIS 1, Western Art History I (3) (formerly Art 1)
separate sheet available in the Transfer/Counseling Center, as                            AHIS 2, Western Art History II (3) (formerly Art 2)
well as online (go to www.smc.edu/articulation).                                          AHIS 3, Western Art History III (3) (formerly Art 8)
                                                                                          AHIS	15,	Mexican	Art	History	(3)	(formerly Art 9)
assOCiate Degree – 60 Units                                                               AHIS 17, Arts of Asia (3) (formerly Art 5)
The Associate degree in Art involves satisfactory completion of                           AHIS 18, Introduction to African Art History (3)
a minimum of 60 semester units with a C average or higher,                                AHIS 72, American Art History (3) (formerly Art 72)
                  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 2012-2013


                    Foundation Courses: (12 units required) (it is strongly recommended                          Art 17A, 3-D Jewelry Design I (3)
                    that the foundation courses be 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 13, 3-D Design (3)                                                                  Art 41B, Figure Modeling Sculpture II (3)
                         Art 40A, Sculpture I (3)                                                                Art 43A, Glass Sculpture I (3)
                         Art	52A,	Ceramics	I	(3)                                                                 Art 43B, Glass Sculpture II (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)                                            It is possible for a student to be admitted to a university
                        Art 30B, Watercolor Painting II (3)                                                based on academics, but not into the institution’s Art Major
                        Art 30C, Acrylic Painting Techniques (3)                                           Program, unless a student submits a portfolio with evidence of
                        Art 32, Intermediate Painting (3)                                                  individual style and concepts.
                        Art 33, Advanced Painting (3)                                                           It is highly recommended that students follow the “Rec-
                        Art	35,	Airbrush	Techniques	(3)                                                    ommended Course of Study for Transfer Consideration and
                        Art 60, Introduction to Printmaking (3)                                            Portfolio Development” with Elective Areas of Specialization
                        Art 61A, Etching (3)                                                               prepared by the SMC Art Department, which is available in the
                        Art 61B, Advanced Etching (3)
Areas of Emphasis




                                                                                                           Transfer/Counseling Center, the Art Department, and online
                        Art 62, Serigraphy (Silkscreen) (3)                                                (go to at www.smc.edu/articulation). The recommendations will
   Majors and




                        Art 63, Lithography (3)
                                                                                                           help students to develop a successful portfolio for transfer.
                    Contemporary Art Practice & Theory Emphasis:
                                                                                                                In addition, students should make an appointment with
                       Art 34B, Contemporary Art Theory & Practice II (3)
                                                                                                           the institution of their choice to find out about specific courses
                    Fine Arts Emphasis:                                                                    and portfolio projects needed for transfer.
                        Art 13, 3-D Design (3)
                        Art 32, Intermediate Painting (3)
                        Art 33, Advanced Painting (3)
                        Art 40A, Sculpture I (3)
                                                                                                           Art History
                                                                                                                 Art history is the study of art created in the past by individ-
                    New Technologies Emphasis:
                                                                                                           uals from various cultures and parts of the world. It is the study
                       Art 20C, Digital Drawing (3)
                                                                                                           of the historical development of art as social and intellectual
                       Photography 1, Introduction to Photography (3)
                                                                                                           phenomenon, the analysis of works of art and art conservation.
                       Photography 2, Basic Photo Lab Techniques (3)
                                                                                                           Students study specific periods, cultures, styles and themes. The
                    Printmaking Emphasis:                                                                  art historian seeks to interpret and understand works of art of
                        Art 60B, Introduction to Digital Printing (3)                                      many types, ranging from the monumental to small scale, by
                        Art 62, Serigraphy (Silkscreen) (3)                                                learning about artists’ lives and their societies. Students are pre-
                    Select one additional course from the following:                                       pared for a wide range of professional careers – in museums,
                         AHIS 3, Western Art History III (3) (formerly Art 8)                              galleries, auction houses or publishing, including antique deal-
                         AHIS	52,	History	of	Photography	(3)	(formerly Art 73)                             er, art appraiser, art dealer, art restorer and museum curator.
                             (same as Photography 52)                                                            This major may also lead to many other careers. For addi-
                         AHIS 72, American Art History (3) (formerly Art 72)                               tional possibilities, visit the Career Services Center on campus
                                                                                                           to utilize computerized career information systems and other
                    Design with a Digital Technologies Emphasis:                                           valuable career resources.
                        Art	15,	Lettering	(3)
                        Art 20C, Digital Drawing (3)                                                       transfer
                        Art 21B, Drawing IV (3)
                        Art 30A, Beginning Water Color Painting I (3)                                            Students planning to transfer to a four-year college should
                        Art 30B, Watercolor Painting II (3)                                                complete the lower-division major requirements and the gen-
                        Art 30C, Acrylic Painting Techniques (3)                                           eral education pattern for the appropriate transfer institution.
                        Art 34B, Contemporary Art Theory & Practice II (3)                                 Santa Monica College has articulation agreements for this
                        Art 60B, Introduction to Digital Printing (3)                                      major with the following UC, CSU, private, and international
                        Art 61A, Etching (3)                                                               institutions. Exact major requirements for these and other
                        Art 61B, Advanced Etching (3)                                                      UC and CSU campuses can be found online at www.assist.org.
                        Art 62, Serigraphy (Silkscreen) (3)                                                Articulation agreements with private institutions can be found
                        Art 63, Lithography (3)                                                            online at www.smc.edu/articulation.
                    3-D/Ceramics and Sculpture Emphasis:                                                   	 •	 University	of	California,	Irvine
                        Art 13, 3-D Design (3)                                                                  B.A. 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 2012-2013                                   63


	 •	 University	of	California,	Los	Angeles                                           to utilize computerized career information systems and other
     B.A. Art History                                                                valuable career resources.
	 •	 University	of	California,	Riverside
                                                                                     assOCiate Degree – 60 Units
     B.A. Art History
                                                                                     The Associate degree in Art History involves satisfactory com-
	 •	 University	of	California,	Santa	Barbara
                                                                                     pletion of a minimum of 60 semester units with a C average or
     B.A. Art History/B.A. Art History Non-Western emphasis
                                                                                     higher, including at least 18 semester units in the Art History
     Architecture and Environment emphasis
                                                                                     area of emphasis (articulated below), and fulfillment of all
	 •	 California	State	Polytechnic	University,	Pomona                                 general CSU GE or IGETC requirements.
     B.A. Art History                                                                  1. Completion of a minimum of 60 CSU-transferable semes-
                                                                                          ter units.
	 •	 California	State	University,	Los	Angeles
     Art History option                                                                2. Maintaining a minimum grade point average (GPA) of at
                                                                                          least 2.0 (C) in all CSU-transferable coursework. Note that
	 •	 California	State	University,	San	Bernardino                                          while a minimum GPA of 2.0 (C) is required for admis-
     B.A. Plan III (Art History)                                                          sion, some majors/campuses may require a higher GPA.
    Santa Monica College has articulation agreements for this                             Please consult with a counselor for more information.
major (see www.smc.edu/articulation for exact requirements)                               (Please note: Nonresident and international students are
with the following private and out-of-state institutions:                                 required to have a minimum GPA of 2.4 for admission.)
                                                                                       3. Certified completion of the California State University
	 •	 Academy	of	Art	University,	San	Francisco                                             General Education-Breadth pattern (CSU GE Breadth); OR
     B.F.A. Fine Arts and Art Studies                                                     the Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum




                                                                                                                                                         Areas of Emphasis
	 •	 American	University	of	Paris,	France                                                 (IGETC) pattern. (Please note: Students transferring to CSU
     Arts History                                                                         must complete IGETC Area-1C).




                                                                                                                                                            Majors and
     Art History Visual Cultural Track                                                 4. Completion of major coursework detailed below. All
                                                                                          courses in the major must be completed with a grade of C
	 •	 Arizona	State	University                                                             or better.
     B.A. Art (Art History)
     B.A. Art (Art Studies)                                                          Art	History	(18-20	units)
     B.A. Art (Museum Studies)                                                       Required Core Courses: (12 units)
	 •	 John	Cabot	University,	Rome,	Italy                                                  AHIS 1, Western Art History I (3) (formerly Art 1)
     Art History                                                                         AHIS 2, Western Art History II (3) (formerly Art 2)
        This university is US regionally accredited.                                     Art 20A, Design I (3,3)
        See www.smc.edu/articulation for general education                           LIST A: Select one course from the following: (3 units)
        admission requirements.                                                          AHIS 11, Art Appreciation: Introduction to Global Visual
	 •	 Loyola	Marymount	University                                                             Culture (3) (formerly Art 79)
     B.A. Art History                                                                    AHIS 17, Art of Asia-Prehistory to 1900 (3) (formerly Art
                                                                                             5)
    General education requirements are listed on a separate                              AHIS 18, Introduction to African Art History (3)
sheet available in the Transfer/Counseling Center, as well as
online (go to www.smc.edu/articulation).                                             LIST B: Select one course from the following: (3 units)
                                                                                         Art 10A, Design I (3,3)

Art History –
                                                                                         Art 10B, Design II (3,3)
                                                                                         Art 10C, Computer Design (3)

Associate in Arts for
                                                                                         Art 13, 3-D Design (3,3)
                                                                                         Art 17A, 3-D Jewelry Design (3,3)
                                                                                         Art 17B, 3-D Jewelry Design (3,3)
Transfer (AA-T) to                                                                       Art 20B, Drawing II (3)
                                                                                         Art 20C, Digital Drawing (3)
CSU                                                                                      Art 21A, Drawing III (3,3)
                                                                                         Art 21B, Drawing IV (3,3)
                                                                                         Art 30A, Beginning Watercolor Painting I (3)
      Upon completion of the Santa Monica College AA-T in Art                            Art 30B, Watercolor Painting II (3)
History, students will have a strong academic foundation in the
                                                                                         Art 30C, Acrylic Painting Techniques (3)
field and be prepared for upper division baccalaureate study.
                                                                                         Art 31, Beginning Oil Painting (3,3)
Completion of the degree indicates that the student will have
                                                                                         Art 32, Intermediate Oil Painting (3,3)
satisfied the lower division requirements for transfer into art
                                                                                         Art 33, Advanced Oil Painting (3,3)
history or similar major for many campuses in the California
                                                                                         Art 34A, Contemporary Art Theory & Practice I (3)
State University system. This degree complies with The Student
                                                                                         Art 34B, Contemporary Art Theory & Practice II (3)
Transfer Achievement Reform Act (Senate Bill 1440).
                                                                                         Art	35,	Airbrush	Techniques	(3,3)
     This major may also lead to many other careers. For addi-                           Art 40A, Sculpture I (3,3)
tional possibilities, visit the Career Services Center on campus                         Art 40B, Sculpture II (3,3)
                  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.
                      64        Santa Monica college catalog 2012-2013


                           Art 40C, Sculpture III (3,3)                                                    	 •	 California	State	University,	Monterey	Bay
                           Art 41A, Figure Modeling Sculpture I (3,3)                                           B.A. Art History – Visual & Public Art
                           Art 41B, Figure Modeling Sculpture II (3,3)
                                                                                                           	 •	 California	State	University,	Northridge
                           Art 43A, Glass Sculpture I (3,3)
                                                                                                                B.A. Art
                           Art 43B, Glass Sculpture II (3,3)
                           Art	52A,	Ceramics	I	(3,3)                                                       	 •	 California	State	Polytechnic	University,	Pomona
                           Art	52B,	Ceramics	II	(3,3,	3)                                                        B.A. Art
                           Art	52C,	Ceramics	III	(3)
                                                                                                           	 •	 Sacramento	State	University
                           Art 60, Introduction to Printmaking (3,3)
                                                                                                                B.A. Art History
                           Art 60B, Introduction to Digital Printing (3)
                           Art 61A, Etching (3,3)                                                          	 •	 California	State	University,	San	Bernardino
                           Art 61B, Advanced Etching (3,3)                                                      B.A. Art (Art History)
                           Art 62, Serigraphy (Silkscreen) (3,3)
                                                                                                           	 •	 San	Francisco	State	University
                           Art 63, Lithography (3,3)
                                                                                                                B.A. Art – Art History And Studio Art Concentration
                           Photography 1, Introduction to Photography (3)
                                                                                                                B.A. Art – Art History Concentration
                    LIST C: Select one course from the following: (3-5 units)
                    Students may select any course not already used in List A or B,                        	 •	 San	Jose	State	University
                    or one course that meets the following criteria:                                            B.A. Art – Art History Art History And Visual Culture
                        •	 Art	History	3,	21,	22,	52,	71,	72;                                                      Concentration
                        •	 Any	Art	course	articulated	as	CSU	GE,	Area	C1	or	                               	 •	 California	State	University	San	Marcos
                            IGETC Area 3A;                                                                      B.A. Visual And Performing Arts – Visual Arts option
Areas of Emphasis




                        •	 Any	course	articulated	as	CSU	GE,	Area	C2	or	IGETC	
                            Area 3B in a language other than English and ASL; Art,                         	 •	 Sonoma	State	University
   Majors and




                            History, Humanities, Philosophy; Religion/Religious                                 B.A. Art History
                            Studies;                                                                       	 •	 California	State	University,	Stanislaus
                        •	 Any	course	articulated	as	CSU	GE,	Area	D1,	D3,	D4	                                   B.A. Art – Art History option
                            or D6 or IGETC Area 4 courses in Anthropology and
                            Archeology, Ethnic Studies, Gender Studies, History.
                         In addition students may complete either the CSU GE
                    Breadth or IGETC pattern general education requirements and                            Astronomy
                    a total of 60 units with a minimum grade point average of 2.0.
                    All major/area of emphasis courses must be completed with a                                 Astronomers study the solar system, stars, galaxies, and
                    grade of C or higher.                                                                  space using principles of physics and mathematics. Their work
                                                                                                           adds to the basic scientific knowledge about the nature of the
                    transfer                                                                               universe and also provides a basis for improvement in such
                                                                                                           areas as aircraft navigation and satellite communication. They
                         Upon completion of Santa Monica College Associate in                              study planets, stars, novas, and colliding gases between stars in
                    Art in Art History for Transfer (AA-T) degree, the student will                        an attempt to find out how they were formed, what they are
                    be eligible for priority admission consideration to the following                      made of, and how they change. They measure light, radio and
                    CSU majors:                                                                            x-ray emissions from space sources. Astronomers can advance
                    	 •	 California	State	University,	Bakersfield                                          to director of an observatory or science center.
                         B.A. Art History                                                                       This major may also lead to many other careers. For addi-
                    	 •	 California	State	University,	Channel	Islands                                      tional possibilities, visit the Career Services Center on campus
                         B.A. Art History                                                                  to utilize computerized career information systems and other
                                                                                                           valuable career resources.
                    	 •	 California	State	University,	Chico
                         B.A. Art History                                                                  transfer
                    	 •	 California	State	University,	Dominguez	Hills                                           Students planning to transfer to a four-year college should
                         B.A. Art – Design option                                                          complete the lower-division major requirements and the gen-
                         B.A. Art – History option                                                         eral education pattern for the appropriate transfer institution.
                    	 •	 California	State	University,	Fullerton                                            Santa Monica College has articulation agreements for this
                         B.A. Art – Art History                                                            major with the following UC, CSU, and private institutions.
                                                                                                           Exact major requirements for these and other UC and CSU
                    	 •	 Humboldt	State	University
                                                                                                           campuses can be found online at www.assist.org. Articulation
                         B.A. Art – Art History
                                                                                                           agreements with private institutions can be found online at
                    	 •	 California	State	University,	Long	Beach                                           www.smc.edu/articulation.
                         B.A. Art – Art History
                                                                                                           	 •	 University	of	California,	Berkeley
                    	 •	 California	State	University,	Los	Angeles                                               B.S. Astrophysics
                         B.A. Art – Art History                                                                 B.A. Earth and Planetary Science, Planetary Science Track
                                        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 2012-2013                                   65


     B.A. Earth and Planetary Science, Environmental Earth                             eral education pattern for the appropriate transfer institution.
        and Marine Science Track                                                       Santa Monica College has articulation agreements for this
	 •	 California	State	University,	Northridge                                           major with the following UC, CSU, and private institutions.
     B.S. in Physics with an Astrophysics option                                       Exact major requirements for these and other UC and CSU
                                                                                       campuses can be found online at www.assist.org. Articulation
                                                                                       agreements with private institutions can be found online at
Athletic Coaching                                                                      www.smc.edu/articulation.
                                                                                            PLEASE NOTE: Due to the competitive nature of Biol-
See	Kinesiology/Physical	Education
                                                                                       ogy, students are advised to complete as many lower division
                                                                                       courses as possible prior to transfer. Please see a counselor for

Automotive                                                                             more information.
                                                                                       	 •	 University	of	California,	Berkeley
The	Department	Certificate	in	Automotive	is	offered	through	                                B.A. Integrative Biology
the	Business	Department.                                                                    B.A. Molecular & Cell Biology
    At	 least	 50%	 of	 the	 required	 units	 for	 a	 Certificate	 of	                      B.A. Microbial Biology
Achievement must be completed at Santa Monica College.                                      B.S. Molecular Environmental Biology
     Students must receive a grade of C or higher in each course                       	 •	 University	of	California,	Davis
to successfully complete a Certificate of Achievement.                                      A.B. Biological Sciences
                                                                                            B.S. Biological Sciences




                                                                                                                                                           Areas of Emphasis
automotive technician – introductory (9 units)
                                                                                            A.B. Microbiology
Santa Monica College offers a 9-unit program to quickly pre-                                B.S. Microbiology




                                                                                                                                                              Majors and
pare students for careers in the automotive maintenance field.
Students who complete this certificate may seek immediate                              	 •	 University	of	California,	Irvine
employment in the automotive industry, or they may elect to                                 Biological Sciences
transfer their courses directly into NATEF-certified programs at                       	 •	 University	of	California,	Los	Angeles
other colleges, such as Cerritos College or Rio Hondo College.                              B.S. Biology
Students must petition the Business Department to obtain a                             	 •	 University	of	California,	Riverside
Department Certificate in Introductory Automotive Technician.
                                                                                            Biology and Biological Sciences majors
Required Courses: (9 units)
                                                                                       	 •	 University	of	California,	San	Diego
    AUTO 40, Automotive Maintenance and Operations (3)
                                                                                            B.S. General Biology
    AUTO	45,	Automotive	Braking	Systems	(3)
    AUTO 46, Automotive Electrical Systems (3)                                         	 •	 University	of	California,	Santa	Barbara
Recommended Course:                                                                         B.A./B.S. Biology
    AUTO	50,	Emerging	and	Alternative	Automotive	Technol-                                   B.S. BioChemistry
      ogy (3)                                                                               B.S. BioChemistry – Molecular Biology
                                                                                            B.S. Aquatic Biology


Biological Sciences
                                                                                            B.S. Ecology and Evolution
                                                                                            B.S. Microbiology
                                                                                            B.S. Pharmacology
      This major can lead to many biological science careers.                               B.S. Physiology
Medical laboratory technicians work in a clinical laboratory                                B.S. Zoology
and perform routine tests to obtain data used by physicians and                        	 •	 University	of	California,	Santa	Cruz
other medical staff in the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment
                                                                                            Biology, B.A. or B.S.
of illness. Bioscience technicians conduct tests and analyze data
for use in research and production. Some additional careers                            	 •	 California	State	University,	Long	Beach
include genetic counselors, environmental health specialists,                               B.S. Biology
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-
tional possibilities, visit the Career Services Center on campus                       	 •	 California	State	University,	Northridge
to utilize computerized career information systems and other                                B.A. Biology
valuable career resources.                                                                  B.S. Biology
                                                                                            Cellular & Molecular option
transfer                                                                                    Marine Biology option
   Students planning to transfer to a four-year college should                              Microbiology option
complete the lower-division major requirements and the gen-                                 Environmental 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.
                      66      Santa Monica college catalog 2012-2013


                    	 •	 California	Polytechnic	State	University,	San	Luis	                              	 •	 California	State	University,	Northridge
                         Obispo                                                                               B.A. Cinema and Television Arts
                         B.S. Biological Sciences                                                             Radio Production option
                            Molecular and Cellular Biology concentration
                                                                                                             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 (see www.smc.edu/articulation for exact requirements)                          with the following private and out-of-state institutions:
                    with the following private and out-of-state institutions:
                                                                                                         	 •	 University	of	Southern	California	(USC)
                    	 •	 Loyola	Marymount	University                                                          The Annenberg School of Journalism offers Bachelor of
                         B.A. Biology                                                                         Arts degrees in Print Journalism, Broadcast Journalism,
                         B.S. Biology                                                                         and Public Relations.
                         B.S. Biochemistry
                         B.S. Natural Science, Pre-Physical/Occupational Therapy                         assOCiate Degree – 60 Units
                            emphasis
                                                                                                         The Associate degree in Broadcasting involves satisfactory com-
                    	 •	 Mills	College                                                                   pletion of a minimum of 60 semester units with a C average or
                         Biology                                                                         higher, including at least 20 semester units in the Broadcasting
                         Biochemistry/Molecular Biology                                                  Programming and Production area of emphasis (articulated
                         Biopsychology                                                                   below), fulfillment of the Global Citizenship requirement,
                    	 •	 Mount	Saint	Mary’s	College                                                      and fulfillment of all Santa Monica College general education
                         Biological Sciences with emphasis in Pre-Physical Therapy                       requirements, CSU GE, or IGETC.
                                                                                                            At least 50% of the area of emphasis (major) units
Areas of Emphasis




                         Additional general education requirements are listed in the
                    Academics section of this catalog, as well as online (go to www.                     must be completed at Santa Monica College.
   Majors and




                    smc.edu/articulation).                                                               Each course in the area of emphasis (major) must be completed
                                                                                                         with a grade of C or higher.

                    Broadcasting                                                                         Broadcast programming and production (20 units)
                                                                                                         Required Courses: (15 units)
                         This program teaches students the methods and techniques                            Media Studies 1, Survey of Mass Media Communications
                    by which radio and television news programs are produced and                                 (3) (formerly Communication 1)
                    delivered and prepares students to be professional broadcasters.                         Media Studies 11, Introduction to Broadcasting (3)
                    Included is instruction in the principles of broadcast technol-                              (formerly Broadcasting 1)
                    ogy; program design and production; broadcast editing; and                               Media Studies 12, Broadcasting Programming and Man-
                    on- and off-camera procedures and techniques. Careers in the                                 agement (3) (formerly Broadcasting 2)
                    field include broadcast technician, disc jockey, movie-TV cam-                           Media Studies 13, Broadcasting Announcing and Produc-
                    era operator, radio producer, TV-radio station manager, and                                  tion (3) (formerly Broadcasting 3A)
                    video jockey.                                                                            Media Studies 14, Newscasting and Newswriting (3)
                                                                                                                 (formerly Broadcasting 4A)
                         This major may also lead to many other careers. For addi-
                    tional possibilities, explore the computerized career informa-                       The following courses are highly recommended; students must select
                    tion systems and other valuable career resources at the Career                       at least five units from the following list:
                    Services Center on SMC’s main campus.                                                      Media Studies 2, Reading Media: Acquiring Media Lit-
                                                                                                                   eracy Skills (3) (formerly Communication 2)
                         Students planning to transfer to a four-year college should
                                                                                                               Media	Studies	15,	Advanced	Broadcasting	Newscasting	
                    complete the lower-division major requirements and the gen-
                                                                                                                   and Newswriting (3,3) (formerly Broadcasting 4B)
                    eral education pattern for the appropriate transfer college.
                                                                                                               Media Studies 16, Sportscasting Fall Sports (3,3) (formerly
                    transfer                                                                                       Broadcasting 5A)
                                                                                                               Media Studies 17, Sportscasting Spring Sports (3,3)
                         Students planning to transfer to a four-year college should                               (formerly Broadcasting 5B)
                    complete the lower-division major requirements and the gen-                                Media Studies 18, Broadcast Advertising (3) (formerly
                    eral education pattern for the appropriate transfer institution.                               Broadcasting 8) (same as Business 33)
                    Santa Monica College has articulation agreements for this                                  Media Studies 19, Broadcasting Workshop (3,3) (formerly
                    major with the following UC, CSU, and private institutions.                                    Broadcasting 9)
                    Exact major requirements for these and other UC and CSU                                    Media Studies 20, Introduction to Writing and Producing
                    campuses can be found online at www.assist.org. Articulation                                   Short Form Media (3) (formerly Broadcasting 20)
                    agreements with private institutions can be found online at                                Media Studies 21, Short Form Visual Media Production
                    www.smc.edu/articulation.                                                                      (3) (formerly Broadcasting 21)
                    	 •	 California	State	University,	Los	Angeles                                              Media Studies 46, Television Production (3) (formerly
                         B.A. Radio and Television Broadcasting                                                    Broadcasting 46)
                         Broadcast Journalism option                                                           Media Studies 48, Television Field Production Workshop
                         Animation option                                                                          (3,3) (formerly Broadcasting 48)
                                      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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    Media Studies 90A, Internship (1) (formerly Broadcasting                          the Academics section of this catalog, as well as online (go to
      90A)                                                                            www.smc.edu/articulation).
    Media Studies 90B, Internship (2) (formerly Broadcasting
      90B)                                                                            CertifiCates Of aChievement
     Additional general education and graduation requirements                             At	 least	 50%	 of	 the	 required	 units	 for	 a	 Certificate	 of	
for the Associate degree from Santa Monica College are listed in                      Achievement must be completed at Santa Monica College.
the Academics section of this catalog, as well as online (go to
                                                                                      Students must receive a grade of C or higher in each course to
www.smc.edu/articulation).
                                                                                      successfully complete a Certificate of Achievement.
Broadcast sales and management (21 units)                                             Broadcast programming and production (20 units)
Required Courses: (18 units)                                                               A Certificate of Achievement is granted upon completion
    Business 23, Principles of Selling (3)                                            of the 20 required units listed under the Broadcast Program-
    Media Studies 1, Survey of Mass Media Communications                              ming and Production Associate degree.
        (3) (formerly Communication 1)
    Media Studies 11, Introduction to Broadcasting (3)                                Broadcast sales and management (21 units)
        (formerly Broadcasting 1)                                                          A Certificate of Achievement is granted upon completion
    Media Studies 12, Broadcasting Programming and                                    of the 21 required units listed under the Broadcast Sales and
        Management (3) (formerly Broadcasting 2)                                      Management Associate degree.
    Media Studies 13, Broadcasting Announcing and

                                                                                      Business
        Production (3) (formerly Broadcasting 3A)
    Media Studies 18, Broadcast Advertising (3) (formerly




                                                                                                                                                               Areas of Emphasis
        Broadcasting 8) (same as Business 33)
                                                                                           Business Managers coordinate business activities in both
The following courses are highly recommended; students must select




                                                                                                                                                                  Majors and
                                                                                      private industry and public agencies. They are responsible for
at least three units from the following list:
                                                                                      operations, maintenance, purchasing, planning, organizing,
      Business 1, Introduction to Business (3)
                                                                                      budgeting, and directing the work of the employees. Business
      Business 24, Creative Selling (3)
                                                                                      executives are the higher-level management staff, directing the
      Business 27, Introduction to e-Commerce (3)
                                                                                      activities of the firm. They develop and administer policies
      Business 63, Principles of Entrepreneurship (3)
                                                                                      to maximize profits. They also direct financial programs and
      Media Studies 2, Reading Media: Acquiring Media Lit-
                                                                                      develop policies aimed at maintaining good relations with the
          eracy Skills (3) (formerly Communication 2)
                                                                                      public, stockholders, employees, and customers.
      Media Studies 20, Introduction to Writing and Producing
          Short Form Media (3) (formerly Broadcasting 20)                                  This major may also lead to many other careers. For addi-
      Media Studies 21, Short Form Visual Media Production                            tional possibilities, visit the Career Services Center on campus
          (3) (formerly Broadcasting 21)                                              to utilize computerized career information systems and other
      Media Studies 90A, Internship (1) (formerly Broadcasting                        valuable career resources.
          90A)
      Media Studies 90B, Internship (2) (formerly Broadcasting                        transfer
          90B)
                                                                                            Students planning to transfer to a four-year college should
    Students completing the Associate degree major require-                           complete the lower-division major requirements and the gen-
ments in either Broadcast Programming and Production or                               eral education pattern for the appropriate transfer institution.
Broadcast Sales and Management may wish to select additional                          Santa Monica College has articulation agreements for this
courses from this recommended list:                                                   major with the following UC, CSU, private, and international
    Communication Studies 12, Persuasion (3) (formerly                                institutions. Exact major requirements for these and other
        Speech 2)                                                                     UC and CSU campuses can be found online at www.assist.org.
    Humanities 88A, B, Independent Studies in Humanities                              Articulation agreements with private institutions can be found
        (1,2)                                                                         online at www.smc.edu/articulation.
    Journalism 1, The News (3)
                                                                                      	 •	 University	of	California,	Berkeley
    Journalism 2, Newswriting and Reporting (3)
                                                                                           B.A. Business Administration, Haas School of Business
    Journalism 43, Public Relations and Publicity (3)
    Media Studies 2, Reading Media: Acquiring Media                                   	 •	 University	of	California,	Irvine
        Literacy Skills (3) (formerly Communication 2)                                     B.A. Business Administration (effective Fall 2010)
    Media Studies 46, Television Production (3) (formerly                                  B.A. Business Information Management
        Broadcasting 46)
                                                                                      	 •	 University	of	California,	Riverside
    Media Studies 48, Television Field Production Workshop
                                                                                           B.A. Business Administration
        (3,3) (formerly Broadcasting 48)
    Theatre Arts 24, Stage Sound (1,1)                                                	 •	 California	State	University,	Channel	Islands
    Theatre Arts 41, Acting I (3,3,3,3)                                                    B.A. Business Administration
    Theatre Arts 42, Acting II (3,3,3,3)
                                                                                      	 •	 California	State	University,	Dominguez	Hills
     Additional general education and graduation requirements                              B.A. Business Administration
for the Associate degree from Santa Monica College are listed in                           Information Systems concentration
                   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 2012-2013


                           International Business option                                                   	 •	 California	Polytechnic	State	University,	San	Luis	
                           Global Logistics and Supply Chain Management Concen-                                 Obispo
                              tration/International Logistics and Systems track                                 B.S. Business Administration
                           Other concentrations offered: Accounting; Entrepreneur-                              Information Systems concentration
                              ship; Finance; Information Systems Security; Manage-
                                                                                                           	 •	 San	Diego	State	University
                              ment; Human Resources; Marketing; Sports, Entertain-
                                                                                                                B.A. Business Administration
                              ment and Hospitality.
                                                                                                           	 •	 San	Francisco	State	University
                    	 •	 California	State	University,	East	Bay
                                                                                                                B.A. Business Administration
                         B.S. Business Administration
                                                                                                                Other concentrations offered: Accounting; Corporate
                         Online degree completion program. Please note that this
                                                                                                                   Finance; Decision Sciences; Electronic Commerce
                            program is provided through Continuing Education.
                                                                                                                   Systems; Entrepreneurial/Small Business Management;
                            See www.ce.csueastbay.edu/degree/bsba/index.html for
                                                                                                                   Financial Services; Information Systems; International
                            details.
                                                                                                                   Business; Management; and Marketing.
                    	 •	 California	State	University,	Fullerton
                                                                                                               Santa Monica College has articulation agreements for this
                         B.A. Business Administration and Economics
                                                                                                           major (see www.smc.edu/articulation for exact requirements)
                    	 •	 California	State	University,	Long	Beach                                           with the following private and out-of-state institutions:
                         B.A. Business Administration                                                      	 •	 Academy	of	Art	University,	San	Francisco
                         Options in: Accountancy, Finance, Human Resources                                      B.F.A. Advertising
                            Management, International Business, Information
                            Systems, Marketing, Operations & Supply Chain Man-                             	 •	 Alliant	International	University
Areas of Emphasis




                            agement                                                                             B.S. Business Administration; International Business
   Majors and




                                                                                                                   Administration;
                    	 •	 California	State	University,	Los	Angeles                                               Hotel and Restaurant Management
                         B.A. Business Administration
                         B.S. Computer Information Systems                                                 	 •	 American	University	of	Paris,	France
                                                                                                                Entrepreneurship
                    	 •	 California	State	University,	Northridge                                                International Business Administration
                         B.S. Business Administration/B.S. Finance/B.S. Manage-                                 International Finance
                            ment
                         B.S. Information Systems                                                          	 •	 Arizona	State	University
                         B.S. Marketing                                                                         B.S. Business
                         Information Technology option                                                     	 •	 Berkeley	College,	NYC
                         Business Systems option                                                                B.S. Business Administration, emphasis in Management,
                         Options available in Business Administration: Business Law,                               Marketing, International Business, General Business
                            Financial Services, Human Resource Management,
                            Real Estate, Supply Chain Management; Systems and                              	 •	 John	Cabot	University,	Rome,	ITALY
                            Operations Management.                                                              Business Administration (validated by University of
                                                                                                                   Wales)
                    	 •	 California	State	Polytechnic	University,	Pomona                                        Marketing (validated by University of Wales)
                         B.A. Business Administration: Accounting                                               This university is US regionally accredited. See
                         B.S. Business Administration: Computer Information                                        www.smc.edu/articulation for general education
                            Systems                                                                                admission requirements.
                         B.S. Business Administration: Finance, Real Estate and
                            Law                                                                            	 •	 Kaplan	University
                         B.S. Business Administration: International Business                                   B.S. Business
                         B.S. Business Administration: Management and Human                                     B.S. Business/Marketing
                            Resources                                                                           B.S. Information Technology
                         B.S. Business Administration: Marketing Management                                     B.S. Information Technology – Web Multimedia and
                                                                                                                   Animation
                         B.S. Business Administration: Technology and Operations
                            Management                                                                     	 •	 Loyola	Marymount	University
                         B.S. Business Administration: E-Business                                               B.S. Accounting
                                                                                                                B.S. Business Administration, emphasis in Entrepreneur-
                    	 •	 California	State	University,	San	Bernardino
                                                                                                                   ship, Finance, Management, Marketing
                         B.A. Business Administration
                                                                                                                Other concentrations offered: Business Law; Entrepre-
                         B.A. Information Management
                                                                                                                   neurship; Finance; Computer Information Systems/
                         B.A. Management Science
                                                                                                                   Operations Management; International Business;
                         B.S. Computer Information Systems
                                                                                                                   Management; Marketing; and Travel & Tourism.
                         B.S. Information Management
                         B.S. International Business                                                       	 •	 Middlesex	University,	London,	ENGLAND
                         B.S. Management Science                                                                B.S. Business Administration
                                        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 2012-2013                                   69


	 •	 Mount	Ida	College                                                                     CIS 30, Microsoft EXCEL (3) (formerly CIS 31) or
     B.S. Business Administration                                                             Accounting 31A, Excel for Accounting (3)
	 •	 Mount	Saint	Mary’s	College                                                      Recommended Courses:
     B.S. Business Administration                                                        Accounting 31B, Advanced Excel for Accounting (3)
                                                                                         Business 20, Principles of Marketing (3)
	 •	 National	University
                                                                                         Business 23, Principles of Selling (3)
     B.B.A. Business Administration
     B.S. Accountancy                                                                    Business 24, Creative Selling (3)
     B.S. Information Systems                                                            Business 90A, B, C, Business Insurance Internship (1,2,3)
     B.S. Computer Science                                                           logistics/supply Chain management (24 units)
	 •	 Pepperdine	University	–	The	Graziadio	School	of	                                Required Core Courses: (9 units)
     Business	and	Management                                                             Business 1, Introduction to Business (3)
     B.S. in Management                                                                  Business 32, Business Communications (3)
	 •	 Regis	University	–	Online	Bachelor’s	Degree	Program                                 Business 80, Principles of Logistics (3)
     B.S. Computer Networking                                                        Concentration Courses: (9 units)
     B.S. Computer Science                                                               Business 81, Transportation Management (3)
	 •	 Saint	Mary’s	College	of	California                                                  Business 82, Supply Chain Management (3)
     B.S. Accounting                                                                     Business 83, Operations Management (3)
     B.S. Business Administration                                                    Select two additional courses from the following: (6 units)
                                                                                          Accounting	1,	Introduction	to	Financial	Accounting	(5)	




                                                                                                                                                         Areas of Emphasis
	 •	 University	of	Phoenix
     B.S./B.A. Business Administration                                                        or Accounting 21, Business Bookkeeping (3)




                                                                                                                                                            Majors and
                                                                                          Business	5,	Business	Law	(3)
	 •	 University	of	Southern	California	(USC)	–	School	of	                                 Business	45,	Individual	Financial	Planning	(3)	(same as
     Business                                                                                 Accounting 45)
     B.S. Business Administration
                                                                                          Business	50,	Introduction	to	International	Business	(3)
                                                                                          Business	51,	Intercultural	Business	Communication	(3)	
assOCiate Degree – 60 Units
                                                                                              or Communication Studies 37, Intercultural
The Associate degree in Business involves satisfactory comple-                                Communication (3) (formerly Speech 7)
tion of a minimum of 60 semester units with a C average or                                Business	52,	International	Marketing	(3)
higher, including at least 31 semester units in the Insurance                             Business	53,	Importing	and	Exporting	(3)
Professional, 24 semester units in the Logistics/Supply Chain                             CIS 1, Computer Concepts with Applications (3) or CIS
Management, 27 semester units in the Management/Leader-                                       4, Introduction to Computers, Business Applications
ship, or 24 semester units in the Merchandising area of empha-                                (3) [The CIS course is strongly recommended for students
sis (articulated below), fulfillment of the Global Citizenship                                with few or no computer skills.]
requirement, and fulfillment of all Santa Monica College gen-
eral education requirements, CSU GE, or IGETC.                                       management/leadership (27 units)

General education and graduation requirements for the Associ-                             Program Learning Outcomes: Upon completion of the
ate degree from Santa Monica College are listed in the Academ-                       program in Business Management/Leadership, students will
ics section of this catalog.                                                         demonstrate coherent and comprehensive analyses of business
                                                                                     issues, identify and resolve ethical dilemmas in the domestic
   At least 50% of the area of emphasis (major) units
                                                                                     and global business environment, and apply managerial skills
must be completed at Santa Monica College.
                                                                                     in planning, organizing, directing, and controlling business
Each course in the area of emphasis (major) must be completed                        enterprises in the domestic and global environments.
with a grade of C or higher.
                                                                                     Required Core Courses: (12 units)
insurance professional (31 units)                                                        Business 1, Introduction to Business (3)
                                                                                         Business	5,	Business	Law	(3)
Required Courses:                                                                        Business 32, Business Communications (3)
    Accounting	1,	Introduction	to	Financial	Accounting	(5)                               Business	65,	Management	Principles	(3)
    Business 1, Introduction to Business (3)
    Business	5,	Business	Law	(3)                                                     Concentration Courses: (12-14 units)
    Business	15,	Introduction	to	Insurance	with	Code	and	                                Accounting	1,	Introduction	to	Financial	Accounting	(5)	
        Ethics (2)                                                                          or Accounting 21, Business Bookkeeping (3)
    Business 16, Personal Insurance (3)                                                  Business 20, Principles of Marketing (3)
    Business 17, Property and Liability Insurance (3)                                    Business	51,	Intercultural	Business	Communication	(3)	
    Business 18, Commercial Insurance (3)                                                   or Communication Studies 37, Intercultural
    Business 32, Business Communications (3)                                                Communication (3) (formerly Speech 7)
    CIS 4, Introduction to Computers, Business Applications                              Business 62, Human Relations and Ethical Issues in
        (3)                                                                                 Business (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.
                      70       Santa Monica college catalog 2012-2013


                    Select one additional course from the following: (3 units)                             entrepreneurship (24 units)
                         Business	45,	Individual	Financial	Planning	(3)	(same as
                                                                                                                Program Learning Outcomes: Upon completion of the
                             Accounting 45)
                                                                                                           program in Entrepreneurship, students will demonstrate coher-
                         Business	50,	Introduction	to	International	Business	(3)
                                                                                                           ent and comprehensive analyses of business issues, identify and
                         Business 80, Principles of Logistics (3)
                                                                                                           resolve ethical dilemmas in the domestic and global business
                         Business 83, Operations Management (3)                                            environment, and produce a thorough written business plan.
                         CIS 1, Computer Concepts with Applications (3) or CIS
                             4, Introduction to Computers, Business Applications                           Required Core Courses: (12-14 units)
                             (3) [The CIS course is strongly recommended for students                          Accounting	1,	Introduction	to	Financial	Accounting	(5)	
                             with few or no computer skills.]                                                      or Accounting 21, Business Bookkeeping (3)
                                                                                                               Business 1, Introduction to Business (3)
                    merchandising (24 units)                                                                   Business 32, Business Communications (3)
                         Program Learning Outcomes: Upon completion of the                                     Business 63, Principles of Entrepreneurship (3)
                    program in Merchandising, students will demonstrate coherent                           Concentration Courses: (9 units)
                    and comprehensive analyses of business issues, identify and                                Business	5,	Business	Law	(3)
                    resolve ethical dilemmas in the domestic and global business                               Business 20, Principles of Marketing (3)
                    environment, and develop a merchandising plan that incorpo-                                Business	65,	Management	Principles	(3)
                    rates color theory, design principles and consumer focal points
                                                                                                           Select one additional course from the following: (3 units)
                    integrated with advertising and sales techniques.
                                                                                                                Business 23, Principles of Selling (3)
                    Required Core Courses: (12 units)                                                           Business 27, Introduction to e-Commerce (3) (same as
                        Business 1, Introduction to Business (3)                                                    CIS 27)
Areas of Emphasis




                        Business 20, Principles of Marketing (3)                                                Business	45,	Individual	Financial	Planning	(3)	(same as
                                                                                                                    Accounting 45)
   Majors and




                        Business 21, Merchandising Principles (3)
                        Business 32, Business Communications (3)                                                Business	50,	Introduction	to	International	Business	(3)
                                                                                                                Business	53,	Importing	and	Exporting	(3)
                    Concentration Courses: (9 units)                                                            Business 62, Human Relations & Ethical Issues in
                        Business 22, Introduction to Advertising (3)                                                Business (3)
                        Business 23, Principles of Selling (3)                                                  Business 80, Principles of Logistics (3)
                        Business	25,	Advertising	Display	(3)                                                    CIS 1, Computer Concepts with Applications (3) or CIS
                    Select one additional course from the following: (3 units)                                      4, Introduction to Computers, Business Applications
                         Business	5,	Business	Law	(3)                                                               (3) [The CIS course is strongly recommended for students
                         Business 26, Marketing Research and Consumer Behavior                                      with few or no computer skills.]
                             (3)                                                                           insurance professional (31 units)
                         Business 27, Introduction to e-Commerce (3) (same as
                             CIS 27)                                                                           A Certificate of Achievement in Insurance Professional is
                                                                                                           granted upon completion of 31 required units listed under the
                         Business 28, Marketing Promotion (3)
                                                                                                           Insurance Professional Associate degree.
                         Business	45,	Individual	Financial	Planning	(3)	(same as
                             Accounting 45)                                                                insurance specialist (12 units)
                         Business 62, Human Relation and Ethical Issues in
                                                                                                           Required Courses:
                             Business (3)                                                                      Business	15,	Introduction	to	Insurance	with	Code	and	
                         CIS 1, Computer Concepts with Applications (3) or CIS                                     Ethics (2)
                             4, Introduction to Computers, Business Applications                               Business 16, Personal Insurance (3)
                             (3) [The CIS course is strongly recommended for students                          Business 17, Property and Liability Insurance (3)
                             with few or no computer skills.]                                                  Business 18, Commercial Insurance (3)
                                                                                                               Business 90A, B, C, Business Insurance Internship (1,2,3)
                    CertifiCates Of aChievement
                                                                                                           Recommended Courses:
                        At	 least	 50%	 of	 the	 required	 units	 for	 a	 Certificate	 of	                     Business 1, Introduction to Business (3)
                    Achievement must be completed at Santa Monica College.                                     CIS 4, Introduction to Computers, Business Applications
                    Students must receive a grade of C or higher in each course to                                (3)
                    successfully complete a Certificate of Achievement.                                    international Business (24 units)
                    Except for Insurance Specialist, each Certificate of Achievement                             Program Learning Outcomes: Upon completion of the
                    requires two types of courses: Core and Concentration.                                 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-
                                                                                                           national trade issues in the context of global citizenship.
                    completed before taking Concentration courses. In the Core
                    sequence, Business 1 should be taken and completed before                              Required Core Courses: (9 units)
                    enrolling in other Core courses.                                                           Business 1, Introduction to Business (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 2012-2013                                   71


    Business 32, Business Communications (3)                                                CIS 1, Computer Concepts with Applications (3) or CIS
    Business	50,	International	Trade	(3)                                                       4, Introduction to Computers, Business Applications
                                                                                               (3) [The CIS course is strongly recommended for students
Concentration Courses: (9 units)
                                                                                               with few or no computer skills.]
    Business	51,	Intercultural	Business	Communication	(3)	
       or Communication Studies 37, Intercultural                                     merchandising (24 units)
       Communication (3) (formerly Speech 7)                                              A Certificate of Achievement in Merchandising is granted
    Business	52,	International	Marketing	(3)                                          upon completion of 24 required units listed under the Mer-
    Business	53,	Importing	and	Exporting	(3)                                          chandising Associate degree.
Select two additional courses from the following:
                                                                                      Department CertifiCates
     Accounting	1,	Introduction	to	Financial	Accounting	(5)	
         or Accounting 21, Business Bookkeeping (3)                                        At	least	50%	of	the	required	units	for	a	Department	Certifi-
     Business	5,	Business	Law	(3)                                                     cate must be completed at Santa Monica College.
     Business 11, Introduction to the Hospitality Industry (3)
                                                                                      Students must receive a grade of C or higher in each course to
     Business 27, Introduction to e-Commerce (3) (same as
                                                                                      successfully complete a Department Certificate.
         CIS 27)
     Business	45,	Individual	Financial	Planning	(3)	(same as                          Business entrepreneurship (12 units)
         Accounting 45)
                                                                                      Required Courses:
     Business 62, Human Relations and Ethical Issues in
                                                                                          Accounting	1,	Introduction	to	Financial	Accounting	(5)	
         Business (3)
                                                                                              or Accounting 21, Business Bookkeeping (3)
     Business 80, Principles of Logistics (3)
                                                                                          Business	5,	Business	Law	(3) or Business 32, Business
     CIS 1, Computer Concepts with Applications (3) or CIS




                                                                                                                                                          Areas of Emphasis
                                                                                              Communications (3)
         4, Introduction to Computers, Business Applications
                                                                                          Business 63, Principles of Entrepreneurship (3)
         (3) [The CIS course is strongly recommended for students




                                                                                                                                                             Majors and
                                                                                          and
         with few or no computer skills.]
                                                                                      Select one additional course from the following:
logistics/supply Chain management (24 units)
                                                                                           Accounting	35,	QuickBooks	(3)	(same as CIS 35)
      A Certificate of Achievement in Logistics/Supply Chain
                                                                                           Business 1, Introduction to Business (3)
Management is granted upon completion of 24 required units
listed under the Logistics/Supply Chain Management Associate                               Business 27, Introduction to e-Commerce (3) (same as
degree.                                                                                        CIS 27)
                                                                                           Business	50,	Introduction	to	International	Business	(3)
management/leadership (27 units)                                                           Business	65,	Management	Principles	(3)
    A Certificate of Achievement in Management/Leadership is                               Business 80, Principles of Logistics (3)
granted upon completion of 27 required units listed under the
                                                                                      Business international (12 units)
Management/Leadership Associate degree.
                                                                                      Required Courses:
marketing (24 units)                                                                      Business	50,	Introduction	to	International	Business	(3)
Required Core Courses: (9 units)                                                          Business	52,	International	Marketing	(3)
    Business 1, Introduction to Business (3)                                              Business	53,	Importing	and	Exporting	(3)
    Business 20, Principles of Marketing (3)                                              and
    Business 32, Business Communications (3)
                                                                                      Select one additional course from the following:
Concentration Courses: (9 units)                                                           Business 1, Introduction to Business (3)
    Business 26, Marketing Research and Consumer Behavior                                  Business 32, Business Communications (3)
       (3)                                                                                 Business	54,	International	Management	(3)
    Business 28, Marketing Promotion (3)                                                   Business 80, Principles of Logistics (3)
    Business	52,	International	Marketing	(3)
                                                                                      Business logistics (12 units)
Select two additional courses from the following: (6 units)
                                                                                      Required Courses:
     Accounting	1,	Introduction	to	Financial	Accounting	(5)	
                                                                                          Business 80, Principles of Logistics (3)
         or Accounting 21, Business Bookkeeping (3)
                                                                                          Business 81, Transportation Management (3)
     Business	5,	Business	Law	(3)
                                                                                          Business 82, Supply Chain Management (3)
     Business 22, Introduction to Advertising (3)
                                                                                          Business 83, Operations Management (3)
     Business 23, Principles of Selling (3)
     Business	25,	Advertising	Display	(3)                                             Recommended Courses:
     Business 27, Introduction to e-Commerce (3) (same as                                 Business 1, Introduction to Business (3)
         CIS 27)                                                                          Business	51,	Intercultural	Business	Communication	(3)
     Business 28, Marketing Promotion (3)                                                 Business	52,	International	Marketing	(3)
     Business 34, Introduction to Social Media Marketing (3)                              Business	53,	Importing	and	Exporting	(3)
     Business	45,	Individual	Financial	Planning	(3)	(same as
                                                                                      Business management (12 units)
         Accounting 45)
     Business 62, Human Relations and Ethical Issues in                               Required Courses:
         Business (3)                                                                     Business 1, Introduction to Business (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.
                      72         Santa Monica college catalog 2012-2013


                           Business 20, Principles of Marketing (3)                                          tions and the California State University system.* This degree
                           Business 32, Business Communications (3)                                          is intended for students who are interested in the theory of
                           Business	65,	Management	Principles	(3)                                            Business and are planning on transferring to a four-year univer-
                                                                                                             sity and majoring in Business.
                    Recommended Courses:
                        Accounting	1,	Introduction	to	Financial	Accounting	(5)                                    *Completion of this degree will likely give you prior-
                        Business	5,	Business	Law	(3)                                                         ity admission consideration in the majors at the CSU cam-
                        Business	51,	Intercultural	Business	Communication	(3)                                puses listed below. In addition, you will need to complete no
                        Business	54,	International	Management	(3)                                            more than 60 semester/90 quarter CSU units of coursework
                        Business 62, Human Relations and Ethical Issues in                                   after transfer to complete your degree. If you are consider-
                           Business (3)                                                                      ing transfer to a UC, private, or out-of-state university,
                        Business 76, Human Resources Management (3)                                          please consult a counselor before applying to transfer,
                                                                                                             as that institution’s transfer requirements might be
                    Business marketing (12 units)
                                                                                                             different from those required for the AS-T in Business
                    Required Courses:                                                                        Administration.
                        Business 1, Introduction to Business (3)
                        Business 20, Principles of Marketing (3)                                             assOCiate Degree in BUsiness aDministratiOn fOr
                        Business 26, Marketing Research and Consumer Behavior                                transfer tO CsU
                            (3)
                                                                                                             The AS-T in Business Administration is granted upon success-
                    Select one additional course from the following:                                         ful completion of a program of study with a minimum of 60
                         Business 22, Introduction to Advertising (3)                                        semester units with an overall average grade of C or higher. The
                         Business 23, Principles of Selling (3)                                              following is required for transfer to the CSU system:
Areas of Emphasis




                         Business 28, Marketing Promotion (3)                                                  1. Completion of a minimum of 60 CSU-transferable semes-
                         Business	52,	International	Marketing	(3)                                                 ter units.
   Majors and




                                                                                                               2. Maintaining a minimum grade point average (GPA) of
                    Business merchandising (12 units)
                                                                                                                  at least 2.0 in all CSU-transferable coursework. Note that
                    Required Courses:                                                                             while a minimum GPA of 2.0 (C) is required for admis-
                        Business 20, Principles of Marketing (3)                                                  sion, some majors/campuses may require a higher GPA.
                        Business 21, Merchandising Principles (3)                                                 Please consult with a counselor for more information.
                        Business	25,	Advertising	Display	(3)                                                      (Please note: Nonresident and international students are
                                                                                                                  required to have a minimum 2.4 GPA for admission.)
                           Select one additional course from the following:
                                                                                                               3. Certified completion of the California State University
                           Business 1, Introduction to Business (3)
                                                                                                                  General Education-Breadth pattern (CSU GE Breadth) OR
                           Business 22, Introduction to Advertising (3)
                                                                                                                  the Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum
                           Business 23, Principles of Selling (3)
                                                                                                                  (IGETC) pattern. (Please note: Students transferring to CSU
                    salon Business (11 units)                                                                     must complete IGETC Area 1C.)
                    Required Courses:                                                                          4. Completion of major coursework detailed below. All
                        Accounting 21, Business Bookkeeping (3)                                                   courses in the major must be completed with a grade of C
                        Business 1, Introduction to Business (3) or Business 20,                                  or higher.
                            Principles of Marketing (3) or	Business	65,	                                     Required Core Courses: (19 units)
                            Management Principles (3)                                                            Accounting	1,	Introduction	to	Financial	Accounting	(5)	
                        CIS 4, Introduction to Computers, Business Applications                                      and
                            (3)                                                                                  Accounting 2, Corporate Financial and Managerial
                        Cosmetology 64, Salon Management (2,2)                                                       Accounting	(5)
                                                                                                                 Business	5,	Business	Law	(3)

                    Business
                                                                                                                 Economics 1, Principles of Microeconomics (3)
                                                                                                                 Economics 2, Principles of Macroeconomics (3)

                    Administration –                                                                         Select two of the following courses: (6-8 units):
                                                                                                                  An additional mathematics course from below

                    Associate in Science                                                                          Business 1, Introduction to Business (3) or Business 32,
                                                                                                                      Business Communication (3)

                    for Transfer (AS-T) to
                                                                                                                  CIS 1, Computer Concepts with Applications (3) or CIS
                                                                                                                      4, Introduction to Computers, Business Applications

                    CSU
                                                                                                                      (3)
                                                                                                             Select one of the following courses: (3-5 units):
                                                                                                                  Math 21, Finite Mathematics (3)
                         Upon successful completion of the Santa Monica College                                   Math	28,	Calculus	1	for	Business	and	Social	Science	(5)	
                    AS-T in Business Administration, students will have a strong                                      or	Math	7,	Calculus	1	(5)
                    academic foundation in the field and be prepared for upper-                                   Math	54,	Elementary	Statistics	(4)
                    division baccalaureate study. This coursework will satisfy most                               Please note: Some CSU campuses may require more than one
                    of the lower-division Business requirements at many institu-                                  mathematics course. Go to assist.org for details
                                          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 2012-2013                                   73


transfer                                                                                   B.S. Business Administration – Information Systems
                                                                                              option
     Upon completion of the Santa Monica College AS-T in
                                                                                           B.S. Business Administration – International Business
Business Administration, the student will be eligible for prior-
                                                                                              option
ity admission consideration to the majors at the following CSU
                                                                                           B.S. Business Administration – Management option
campuses:                                                                                  B.S. Business Administration – Marketing option
	 •	 California	Maritime	Academy                                                           B.S. Business Administration – Operations & Supply
     B.S. Business Administration – International Business and                                Chain Management option
        Logistics Program                                                            	 •	 California	State	University,	Los	Angeles
	 •	 California	Polytechnic	State	University,	San	Luis	                                   B.S. Business Administration – International Business
     Obispo                                                                               B.S. Business Administration – Management
     B.S. Business                                                                   	 •	 California	State	University,	Northridge
     B.S. Business – Accounting option                                                    B.S. Business Administration – Business Law option
     B.S. Business – Entrepreneurship option                                              B.S. Business Administration – Global Supply Chain
     B.S. Business – Financial Management option                                             Management option
     B.S. Business – Information Systems option                                           B.S. Business Administration – Insurance and Financial
     B.S. Business – Management and Human Resources                                          Services option
        option                                                                            B.S. Business Administration – Real Estate option
     B.S. Business – Marketing and Management option                                      B.S. Business Administration – Systems and Operations
     B.S. Business – Packaging and Logistics option                                          Management option
                                                                                          B.S. Finance




                                                                                                                                                         Areas of Emphasis
	 •	 California	State	Polytechnic	University,	Pomona
     B.S. Business Administration – Finance, Real Estate, and                             B.S. Management




                                                                                                                                                            Majors and
                                                                                          B.S. Marketing
        Law
     B.S. Business Administration – Technology and                                   	 •	 California	State	University,	San	Bernardino
        Operations Management                                                             B.A. Business Administration – Business Economics
                                                                                          B.A. Business Administration – Entrepreneurial
	 •	 California	State	University,	Bakersfield
                                                                                             Management
     B.S. Business Administration (all options)
                                                                                          B.A. Business Administration – Finance concentration
	 •	 California	State	University,	Channel	Islands                                         B.A. Business Administration – Human Resource
     B.S. Business Administration – Accounting                                               Management
                                                                                          B.A. Business Administration – Information Management
	 •	 California	State	University,	Chico
                                                                                          B.A. Business Administration – Management concentra-
     B.S. Business Administration – Entrepreneurship and
                                                                                             tion
        Small Business
                                                                                          B.A. Business Administration – Marketing concentration
     B.S. Business Administration – Finance
                                                                                          B.A. Business Administration – Public Administration
     B.S. Business Administration – Human Resource                                        B.A. Business Administration – Real Estate
        Management                                                                        B.A. Business Administration – Sports and Entertainment
     B.S. Business Administration – Management                                               Marketing
     B.S. Business Administration – Marketing                                             B.A. Business Administration – Supply Chain and
	 •	 California	State	University,	Dominguez	Hills                                            Transportation Management
     B.S. Business Administration                                                    	 •	 California	State	University,	Stanislaus
     B.S. Business Administration – Accounting option                                     B.S. Business Administration – Computer Information
     B.S. Business Administration – Entrepreneurship option                                  Systems option
     B.S. Business Administration – Finance option                                        B.S. Business Administration – Finance option
     B.S. Business Administration – General Business option                               B.S. Business Administration – General Business option
     B.S. Business Administration – Global Logistics and                                  B.S. Business Administration – Management option
        Supply Chain Management option                                                    B.S. Business Administration – Marketing option
     B.S. Business Administration – International Business                                B.S. Business Administration – Operations Management
        option                                                                               option
	 •	 California	State	University,	East	Bay                                           	 •	 California	Polytechnic	State	University,	San	Luis	
     B.S. Business Administration – Corporate Management                                  Obispo
        option                                                                            B.S. Business
                                                                                          B.S. Business – Accounting option
	 •	 California	State	University,	Fullerton
                                                                                          B.S. Business – Entrepreneurship option
     B.S. Economics
                                                                                          B.S. Business – Financial Management option
	 •	 California	State	University,	Long	Beach                                              B.S. Business – Information Systems option
     B.S. Business Administration – Finance option                                        B.S. Business – Management and Human Resources
     B.S. Business Administration – Human Resource                                           option
        Management option                                                                 B.S. Business – Marketing and Management 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.
                      74        Santa Monica college catalog 2012-2013


                           B.S. Business – Packaging and Logistics option                                  Exact major requirements for these and other UC and CSU
                                                                                                           campuses can be found online at www.assist.org. Articulation
                    	 •	 Fresno	State	University
                                                                                                           agreements with private institutions can be found online at
                         B.S. Business – Accountancy option
                                                                                                           www.smc.edu/articulation.
                         B.S. Business – Finance and Business Law option
                         B.S. Business – Information Systems and Decision                                  	 •	 University	of	California,	Berkeley
                            Sciences option                                                                     B.A./B.S. Chemistry
                         B.S. Business – Management option                                                      B.S. Chemistry
                         B.S. Business – Marketing option
                                                                                                           	 •	 University	of	California,	Davis
                    	 •	 Humboldt	State	University                                                              A.B. Chemistry
                         B.S. Business – Accounting                                                             B.S. Chemistry
                         B.S. Business – Finance
                                                                                                           	 •	 University	of	California,	Irvine
                         B.S. Business – International Business
                                                                                                                B.S. Chemistry
                         B.S. Business – Management
                         B.S. Business – Marketing                                                         	 •	 University	of	California,	Los	Angeles
                    	 •	 Sacramento	State	University                                                            B.S. Chemistry
                         B.S. Business                                                                     	 •	 University	of	California,	Riverside
                         B.S. Business – Entrepreneurship                                                       B.A. Chemistry
                         B.S. Business – Human Resources/Organizational                                         B.S. Chemistry
                            Behavior International Business                                                     B.S. Biochemistry
                         B.S. Business – Operations Management
                                                                                                           	 •	 University	of	California,	San	Diego
Areas of Emphasis




                    	 •	 San	Jose	State	University                                                              B.S. Chemistry
   Majors and




                         B.S. Business Administration – General Business
                            concentration                                                                  	 •	 University	of	California,	Santa	Barbara
                                                                                                                B.S. Biochemistry
                    	 •	 Sonoma	State	University                                                                B.A. Chemistry
                         B.S. Business Administration – Accounting concentration                                B.S. Chemistry
                         B.S. Business Administration – Finance concentration
                         B.S. Business Administration – Financial Management                               	 •	 California	State	University,	Northridge
                            concentration                                                                       B.A. Chemistry
                         B.S. Business Administration – Management                                              B.S. Biochemistry
                            concentration                                                                       B.S. Chemistry
                         B.S. Business Administration – Marketing concentration                                Santa Monica College has articulation agreements for this
                         B.S. Business Administration – Special concentrations                             major (see www.smc.edu/articulation for exact requirements)
                         B.S. Business Administration – Wine Business Strategies                           with the following private and out-of-state institutions:
                            concentration
                                                                                                           	 •	 Loyola	Marymount	University
                                                                                                                B.S. Chemistry

                    Chemistry
                                                                                                                B.S. Biochemistry



                          Chemists study the properties of matter and make qualita-
                    tive and quantitative analysis of many substances. They conduct
                                                                                                           Cinema
                    a variety of experiments and tests in laboratories to develop                          See	Film	Studies
                    new knowledge or maintain control over the quality of existing
                    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                             Communication &
                    institutions.
                         This major may also lead to many other careers. For addi-
                                                                                                           Media Studies
                    tional possibilities, visit the Career Services Center on campus                       (For	 other	 Media	 Studies	 major	 requirements,	 also	 see	
                    to utilize computerized career information systems and other                           Broadcasting)
                    valuable career resources.
                                                                                                                Communication and Media Studies majors will learn the
                                                                                                           dynamics of communication between and among individu-
                    transfer
                                                                                                           als, groups and cultures, and/or the media. Communication
                         Students planning to transfer to a four-year college should                       integrates courses in interpersonal, intercultural, organizational
                    complete the lower-division major requirements and the gen-                            and mass communication and public relations. There is a wide
                    eral education pattern for the appropriate transfer institution.                       range of employment possibilities for students trained in Media
                    Santa Monica College has articulation agreements for this                              Studies in business, sales, public and personnel relations, and
                    major with the following UC, CSU, and private institutions.                            advertising. Students can prepare for careers in media news
                                        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 2012-2013                                   75


writing and editing, announcing, programming, publicity,                              	 •	 American	University	of	Paris,	France
community relations, directing and public relations.                                       Communication
     Speech and Communication Studies majors pursue a vari-                           	 •	 Arizona	State	University
ety of careers depending on their interests. Public relations and                          Global Communication
advertising firms, health care organizations, government and
                                                                                      	 •	 John	Cabot	University,	Rome,	Italy
educational institutions, entertainment companies, social ser-
                                                                                           Communications
vice groups, and media-based firms are just some examples of
                                                                                           This university is US regionally accredited. See www.
organizations having a need for people with highly developed
                                                                                              smc.edu/articulation for general education admission
interpersonal and technical communication skills. Some of the
                                                                                              requirements.
current career titles include communication consultant, public
information officer, public relations specialist, political con-                      	 •	 Loyola	Marymount	University
sultant, press secretary, labor relations specialist, public opin-                         B.A. Communication Studies
ion researcher, news producer, speech/language pathologist,
                                                                                      	 •	 University	of	Southern	California	(USC)
speechwriter, advertising account executive, media manager,
                                                                                           B.A. Communication Studies
human resources manager, mediator, special events coordina-
tor and development officer/fund raiser.
                                                                                      assOCiate Degree – 60 Units
     Because of the focus on interpersonal, professional, and
                                                                                      The Associate degree in Communication Studies (formerly
intercultural communication skills, this major may also lead to
                                                                                      Speech) involves satisfactory completion of a minimum of 60
many other careers. For additional possibilities, visit the Career
                                                                                      semester units with a C average or higher, including at least 20
Services Center on campus to utilize computerized career infor-
                                                                                      semester units in the Communication Studies area of empha-
mation systems and other valuable career resources.




                                                                                                                                                          Areas of Emphasis
                                                                                      sis (articulated below), fulfillment of the Global Citizenship
transfer                                                                              requirement, and fulfillment of all Santa Monica College gen-




                                                                                                                                                             Majors and
                                                                                      eral education requirements, CSU GE, or IGETC.
      Students planning to transfer to a four-year college should
complete the lower-division major requirements and the gen-                              At least 50% of the area of emphasis (major) units
eral education pattern for the appropriate transfer institution.                      must be completed at Santa Monica College.
Santa Monica College has articulation agreements for this                             Each course in the area of emphasis (major) must be completed
major with the following UC, CSU, private, and international                          with a grade of C or higher.
institutions. Exact major requirements for these and other
UC and CSU campuses can be found online at www.assist.org.                            Communication studies (20 units)
Articulation agreements with private institutions can be found
                                                                                      Required Courses: (15 units)
online at www.smc.edu/articulation.
                                                                                          Communication Studies 11, Elements of Public Speaking
	 •	 University	of	California,	Berkeley                                                       (3) (formerly Speech 1)
     A.B. Media Studies                                                                   Communication Studies 13, Voice and Diction (3)
                                                                                              (formerly Speech 3)
	 •	 University	of	California,	Davis
                                                                                          Communication	Studies	35,	Interpersonal	
     A.B. Communication
                                                                                              Communication (3) (formerly Speech 5)
	 •	 University	of	California,	Los	Angeles                                                Communication Studies 21, Argumentation (3) (formerly
     B.A. Communication Studies                                                               Speech 11)
                                                                                          Media Studies 1, Survey of Mass Media Communication
	 •	 California	State	University,	Fullerton
                                                                                              (3) (formerly Communication 1)
     B.A. Communications
                                                                                      Additional courses to total 20 units must be selected from the
	 •	 California	State	University,	Long	Beach
                                                                                      following:
     B.A. Communication Studies
                                                                                            Communication Studies 12, Persuasion (3) (formerly
     B.A. Speech
                                                                                               Speech 2)
	 •	 California	State	University,	Los	Angeles                                               Communication Studies 14, Oral Interpretation: Perform-
     B.A. Communication                                                                        ing Literature Across Cultures (3) (formerly Speech 4)
                                                                                            Communication Studies 16, Fundamentals of Small
	 •	 California	State	University,	Northridge
                                                                                               Group Discussion (3) (formerly Speech 6)
     B.A. Communication Studies
                                                                                            Communication Studies 22, Introduction to Forensics (3)
	 •	 San	Diego	State	University                                                                (formerly Speech 22)
     Communication                                                                          Communication Studies 37, Intercultural
     Emphasis in Advertising or Emphasis in Public Relations                                   Communication (3) (formerly Speech 7)
                                                                                            Communication Studies 88A,B, Independent Studies in
    Santa Monica College has articulation agreements for this
                                                                                               Communication Studies (1,2) (formerly Speech 88A/B)
major (see www.smc.edu/articulation for exact requirements)
                                                                                            Media Studies 2, Reading Media: Acquiring Media
with the following private and out-of-state institutions:
                                                                                               Literacy Skills (3) (formerly Communication 2)
	 •	 Alliant	International	University                                                       Media Studies 13, Broadcast Announcing and Production
     B.A. Communication/Marketing/Public Relations                                             (3) (formerly Broadcasting 3A)
                   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 2012-2013


                           Media Studies 14, Broadcast Newswriting/Newscasting                                   Program Learning Outcomes: Upon completion of the
                             (3) (formerly Broadcasting 4A)                                                 program in Computer Business Applications, students will be
                           Media	Studies	15,	Advanced	Broadcast	Newswriting/                                able to analyze different type of business information, use the
                             Newscasting (3) (formerly Broadcasting 4B)                                     Internet to support findings, and use software applications to
                           Media Studies 16, Sportscasting Fall Sports (3) (formerly                        produce various business reports and presentations used in
                             Broadcasting 5A)                                                               industry.
                           Media Studies 17, Sportscasting Spring Sports (3)
                                                                                                            Required courses:
                             (formerly Broadcasting 5B)
                                                                                                                Accounting	1,	Introduction	to	Financial	Accounting	(5)	
                         Additional graduation requirements for the Associate                                       or Accounting 21, Business Bookkeeping (3)
                    degree from Santa Monica College are listed in the Academics                                Business 1, Introduction to Business (3)
                    section of this catalog, as well as online (go to www.smc.edu/                              CIS 1, Computer Concepts with Applications (3)
                    articulation).                                                                              CIS 4, Introduction to Computers, Business Applications
                                                                                                                    (3)
                                                                                                                CIS 30, Microsoft EXCEL (3) (formerly CIS 31)

                    Computer Information                                                                        CIS 32, Microsoft Access (3)
                                                                                                                CIS	35,	QuickBooks	(3)	(same as Accounting 31)

                    Systems                                                                                 Select 6 units from the following courses:
                                                                                                                 CIS 9A, Technology Project Management I (3) (same as
                         Computer Information Systems managers oversee a variety                                     CS 9A)
                    of administrative, clerical, and accounting functions neces-                                 CIS 34, Advanced Excel with Visual Basic for Applications
Areas of Emphasis




                    sary to efficiently run and maintain computerized business                                       (3)
                    systems. Office workers use a variety of software to produce                                 CIS 37A, Microsoft Word I (3)
   Majors and




                    correspondence, maintain databases, manage projects, organize                                CIS 39, Microsoft Outlook – Comprehensive Course (3)
                    meetings, manage financial records, and create presentations.                                CIS	50,	Internet,	HTML,	and	Web	Design	(3)
                    Students focusing on Web applications attain the skills to pro-                              OFTECH 1, Keyboarding I (3) or OFTECH 10, Skill
                    fessionally design, develop, and manage websites.                                                Building on the Keyboard (3)
                                                                                                                 OFTECH	5,	English	Skills	for	the	Office	(3)
                         This major may also lead to many other careers. For addi-
                    tional possibilities, visit the Career Services Center on campus                        Website software specialist (37 units)
                    to utilize computerized career information systems and other                                 A Website Software Specialist designs, develops, and man-
                    valuable career resources.                                                              ages websites with the skills needed to be successful in today’s
                                                                                                            job market. A Website Software Specialist needs to be knowl-
                    transfer                                                                                edgeable in variety of Internet technologies (HTML, CSS, JavaS-
                                                                                                            cript, and server-side scripting such as ASP or Perl), as well as
                         Transfer requirements for CIS can be found on the Busi-                            Web authoring applications such as Dreamweaver, Fireworks,
                    ness major sheet available in the Transfer/Counseling Center or
                                                                                                            Flash, and Photoshop. They are primarily responsible for devel-
                    online at www.smc.edu/articulation.
                                                                                                            oping user friendly and interactive Web pages, integrating and
                                                                                                            optimizing different multimedia components, and implement-
                    assOCiate Degree – 60 Units
                                                                                                            ing hosting, publishing, and development workflow strategies.
                    The Associate degree in Computer Information Systems (CIS)
                                                                                                                 Program Learning Outcomes: Students who complete
                    involves satisfactory completion of a minimum of 60 semester
                                                                                                            this program will learn a variety of Internet technologies and
                    units with a C average or higher, including at least 27 semester
                                                                                                            web-authoring tools for website development and mainte-
                    units in the Computer Business Applications area of empha-
                                                                                                            nance. Students will gain the necessary knowledge and skills for
                    sis (articulated below), fulfillment of the Global Citizenship
                                                                                                            designing, developing, and managing websites.
                    requirement, and fulfillment of all Santa Monica College gen-
                    eral education requirements, CSU GE, or IGETC.                                          Required Core Courses: (18 units)
                                                                                                                CIS 1, Computer Concepts with Applications (3)
                       At least 50% of the area of emphasis (major) units
                                                                                                                CIS	50,	Internet,	HTML,	and	Web	Design	(3)
                    must be completed at Santa Monica College.
                                                                                                                CIS	51,	XHTML,	CSS,	and	Accessibility	(3)
                    Each course in the area of emphasis (major) must be completed                               CIS	54,	Webpage	Development	and	Scripting	I	(3)	(same
                    with a grade of C or higher.                                                                    as Entertainment Technology 33)
                                                                                                                CIS	59A,	Dreamweaver	I	(3)
                    Computer Business applications (27 units)
                                                                                                                CIS 60A, Photoshop I (3)
                         The Computer Business Applications certificate is a
                    sequence of courses designed to prepare students for a variety                          Required Concentration Courses: (13 units)
                    of positions in today’s automated office. Using the Microsoft                               CIS	56,	Web	Media	Production	(3)
                    Office Suite students learn to create, edit, format, and publish                            CIS	57,	Website	Planning	and	Production	(3)
                    documents, spreadsheets, presentations, and databases. Stu-                                 CIS	59B,	Dreamweaver	II	(3)
                    dents also develop skills necessary to handle basic accounting                              CIS 62A, Flash I (3)
                    and bookkeeping procedures for small businesses.                                            CIS 88A, Independent Study in CIS (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.
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Select two of the following courses to total 37 units: (6 units)                             OFTECH 9, Keyboarding Improvement (1,1,1)
     CIS	55,	Advanced	Webpage	Development	and	Scripting	                                     OFTECH 10, Skill Building on the Keyboard (3)
         (3)
     CIS 62B, Flash II (3)                                                             Website Creator (15 units)
     CIS 66, FLEX (3)                                                                        This certificate provides students with the basic skills
     CIS 67, WordPress (3)                                                             needed to create websites. Students will use Web authoring pro-
                                                                                       grams for Web page creation and site management. They will
CertifiCates Of aChievement                                                            extend their skills in the development of websites through the
                                                                                       use of XHTML, cascading style sheets, and client and server-side
    At	 least	 50%	 of	 the	 required	 units	 for	 a	 Certificate	 of	
                                                                                       scripting. Focus will be on the creation of effective user inter-
Achievement must be completed at Santa Monica College.
                                                                                       faces and website design principles using various state-of-the-
Students must receive a grade of C or higher in each course to                         art technologies for the Web. Upon completing this certificate,
successfully complete a Certificate of Achievement.                                    students will be ready to plan, build, promote, and maintain
                                                                                       professional websites.
PLEASE NOTE: These Certificates of Achievement may be
expanded into Associate degrees by completing a total of 60                            Required Courses: (15 units)
units that include the general education requirements and rec-                             CIS	50,	Internet,	HTML,	and	Web	Design	(3)
ommended courses from the certificate areas.                                               CIS	51,	XHTML,	CSS,	and	Accessibility	(3)
                                                                                           CIS	54,	Webpage	Development	and	Scripting	I	(3)	(same
Computer Business applications (27 units)                                                      as Entertainment Technology 33)
      A Certificate of Achievement is granted in Computer Busi-                            CIS	59A,	Dreamweaver	I	(3)
ness Applications upon completion of the 27 required units                                 CIS 60A, Photoshop I (3)
listed under Computer Business Application Associate degree.




                                                                                                                                                            Areas of Emphasis
                                                                                       Website Development management (16 units)
Website software specialist (37 units required)                                             A certificate in Website Development Management aims




                                                                                                                                                               Majors and
    A Certificate of Achievement is granted in Website Soft-                           to provide Computer Information Systems students with the
ware Specialist upon completion of the 37 required units listed                        knowledge needed to develop website projects in a real-world
under Website Software Specialist Associate degree.                                    setting. Students learn how to develop websites while applying
                                                                                       the skills needed to plan and budget resources in development
Department CertifiCates                                                                projects from conceptual design to deployment.
     At	least	50%	of	the	required	units	for	a	Department	Certifi-                      Required Courses: (16 units)
cate must be completed at Santa Monica College.                                            CIS 9A, Technology Project Management I (3) (same as
                                                                                               CS 9A)
Students must receive a grade of C or higher in each course to
                                                                                           CIS 9B, Technology Project Management II (3) (same as
successfully complete a Department Certificate.
                                                                                               CS 9B)
Desktop publishing (17 units)                                                              CIS	56,	Web	Media	Production	(3)
      Using computer software, such as Adobe Photoshop,                                    CIS	57,	Website	Planning	and	Production	(3)
Adobe InDesign, and Microsoft Word, desktop publishing spe-                                CIS 62A, Flash I (3)
cialists format and combine text, numerical data, photographs,                             CIS 88A, Independent Study in CIS (1)
charts, drawings, and other visual graphic elements to produce                         Word processing (15 units)
publication-ready material. Depending on the nature of the                                  This certificate prepares students for both entry-level and
project, desktop publishing specialists may also write and edit                        advanced word processing positions in a variety of office set-
text, create graphics to accompany text, convert photographs                           tings. It also serves as a foundation for specialization in fields
and drawings into digital graphics, manipulate the converted                           such as legal transcription and desktop publishing. The Word
images, and design page layouts.                                                       Processing Certificate includes courses in rapid and accurate
Required Courses: (16 units)                                                           keyboarding, document editing and formatting, advanced word
    CIS 36P, Microsoft PowerPoint (1)                                                  processing techniques, English skills for the office, and an over-
    CIS 37A, Microsoft Word I (3)                                                      view of the Microsoft Office Suite.
    CIS 40, InDesign (3)                                                               Required courses: (12 units)
    CIS 60A, Photoshop I (3)                                                               CIS 4, Introduction to Computers, Business Applications
    CIS 64, Illustrator (3)                                                                    (3)
    OFTECH	5,	English	Skills	for	the	Office	(3)	and OFTECH                                 CIS 37A, Microsoft Word I (3)
        5C,	Proofreading	(1)                                                               CIS 37B, Microsoft Word II (3)
Select one unit from the following keyboarding courses:                                    OFTECH	5,	English	Skills	for	the	Office	(3)
     OFTECH 1, Keyboarding I (3)                                                       Select 3 units from the following keyboarding courses:
     or                                                                                     OFTECH 1, Keyboarding I (3)
     OFTECH 1A, Keyboarding 1A (1)                                                          or
     and                                                                                    OFTECH 1A, Keyboarding 1A (1)
     OFTECH 1B, Keyboarding 1B (1)                                                          and
     and                                                                                    OFTECH 1B, Keyboarding 1B (1)
     OFTECH 1C, Keyboarding 1C (1)                                                          and
                    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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                           OFTECH 1C, Keyboarding 1C (1)                                                        B.S. Computer Game Design
                           OFTECH 9, Keyboarding Improvement (1,1,1)                                            B.S. Computer Science
                           OFTECH 10, Skill Building on the Keyboard (3)                                        B.S. Information Systems Management (Baskin School of
                                                                                                                   Engineering)

                    Computer Science                                                                      	 •	 California	Polytechnic	State	University,	San	Luis	
                                                                                                               Obispo
                                                                                                               B.S. Computer Science
                         The field of computer science leads to a variety of careers
                    that all require core computer science skills. These skills include                   	 •	 California	State	University,	Channel	Islands
                    theory courses such as Computer Hardware, Data Structures,                                 B.S. Information Technology
                    and Networks, as well as programming in different computer
                                                                                                          	 •	 California	State	University,	Dominguez	Hills
                    languages. Thereafter, within the field, areas of specialty lead
                                                                                                               B.S. Computer Science
                    into careers including software development, project manage-
                    ment, system analysis, and maintenance among other areas.                             	 •	 California	State	University,	Northridge
                    With the Internet being an integral part of everyday life, Web                             B.S. Computer Science
                    page authoring and Web application development have been
                                                                                                              Santa Monica College has articulation agreements for this
                    other areas of high demand in the job market.
                                                                                                          major (see www.smc.edu/articulation for exact requirements)
                         This major may also lead to many other careers. For addi-                        with the following private and out-of-state institutions:
                    tional possibilities, visit the Career Services Center on campus
                                                                                                          	 •	 American	University	of	Paris,	France
                    to utilize computerized career information systems and other
                                                                                                               Computer Science ICT Track
                    valuable career resources.
Areas of Emphasis




                                                                                                          	 •	 Kaplan	University
                    transfer                                                                                   B.S. Information Technology
   Majors and




                                                                                                               B.S. Information Technology/Web Multimedia and Ani-
                         Students planning to transfer to a four-year college should
                                                                                                                  mation
                    complete the lower-division major requirements and the gen-
                    eral education pattern for the appropriate transfer institution.                      	 •	 Loyola	Marymount	University,	College	of	Science	&	
                    Santa Monica College has articulation agreements for this                                  Engineering
                    major with the following UC, CSU, and private institutions.                                B.S. Computer Science
                    Exact major requirements for these and other UC and CSU
                                                                                                          	 •	 National	University
                    campuses can be found online at www.assist.org. Articulation
                                                                                                               B.S. Computer Science
                    agreements with private institutions can be found online at
                    www.smc.edu/articulation.                                                             	 •	 Regis	University	–	Online	Bachelor’s	Degree	Program
                                                                                                               B.S. Computer Networking
                    COmpUter sCienCe                                                                           B.S. Computer Science
                    	 •	 University	of	California,	Berkeley                                                    Can be completed online. For more information, see
                         B.A. Computer Science                                                                    www.smc.edu/articulation.

                    	 •	 University	of	California,	Davis                                                  	 •	 University	of	Phoenix
                         B.S. Computer Science                                                                 B.S./B.A. Computer Science

                    	 •	 University	of	California,	Irvine                                                 assOCiate Degree – 60 Units
                         B.S. Information and Computer Science
                                                                                                          The Associate degree in Computer Science involves satisfactory
                    	 •	 University	of	California,	Los	Angeles                                            completion of a minimum of 60 semester units with a C aver-
                         B.S. Computer Science                                                            age or higher, including at least 34 semester units in the Com-
                    	 •	 University	of	California,	Riverside                                              puter Science, or 27-29 units in the Computer Programming, or
                         B.S. Computer Science                                                            33 units in the Database Applications Developer, or 30 units in
                                                                                                          the Web Programmer area of emphasis (articulated below), ful-
                    	 •	 University	of	California,	San	Diego                                              fillment of the Global Citizenship requirement, and fulfillment
                         B.A. Computer Science                                                            of all Santa Monica College general education requirements,
                         B.S. Computer Science                                                            CSU GE, or IGETC.
                         B.S. Computer Engineering (see Engineering)
                         B.S. Computer Game Design                                                           At least 50% of the area of emphasis (major) units
                                                                                                          must be completed at Santa Monica College.
                    	 •	 University	of	California,	Santa	Barbara
                         B.A. Computer Science                                                            Each course in the area of emphasis (major) must be completed
                         B.S. Computer Science (offered through School of Engi-                           with a grade of C or higher.
                            neering)
                                                                                                          Computer science (34 units)
                         Computational Biology emphasis
                                                                                                               Computer Science majors cover a broad spectrum of cours-
                         Computational Geography emphasis
                                                                                                          es ranging from core computer science to a variety of branch
                    	 •	 University	of	California,	Santa	Cruz                                             fields of computer science. This major provides the student
                         B.A. Computer Science                                                            with the basic skills required of core computer science. Courses
                                       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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include programming in low-level and essential languages,                                      Programming with XML (3) or	CS	85,	PHP	Program-
Database Theory, Operating Systems Fundamentals, Computer                                      ming (3))
Hardware and Data Structures. Students finishing this major are                              GROUP	3:	CS	65,	Oracle	Programming	(3)	and CS 66,
well equipped to work in the field of computer science as well                                 Advanced Oracle (3)
as transfer to a four-year degree program in this area.                                      GROUP	4:	CS	52,	C++	Programming	(3)	and	(CS	51,	
                                                                                               Visual	C++	Programming	(3)	or CS 20A, Data Struc-
     Program Learning Outcomes: Upon completion of this
                                                                                               tures	with	C++	(3))
course of study in Computer Science, students will manage
                                                                                             GROUP	5:	CS	55,	Java	Programming	(3)	and	(CS	56,	
projects, analyze systems, develop software, and program in a
                                                                                               Advanced Java Programming (3) or CS 20B, Data
variety of computer languages; author Web pages and develop
                                                                                               Structures with Java (3))
Web applications; utilize networks and computer hardware;
and create and manipulate data structures and databases.                               Database applications Developer (33 units)
Required Core Courses: (28 units)                                                           A Database Applications Developer develops user-friendly
    CS 3, Introduction to Computer Systems (3)                                         interfaces to database applications. A database application
    CS 17, Assembly Language Programming (3)                                           is made of data, a database engine to store the data, and an
    CS 40, Operating Systems (3)                                                       interface to extract and display the data. The skills needed to
    CS 42, Computer Architecture (3)                                                   build a database application range from database theory and
    CS	50,	C	Programming	(3)                                                           design,	using	a	database	engine	such	as	SQL	server,	or	Oracle,	
    CS 60, Database Concepts and Applications (3)                                      to programming in ADO technologies to extract the data, as
    Math	7,	Calculus	1	(5)                                                             well as programming in Windows and Web applications on
    Math	8,	Calculus	2	(5)                                                             a client and server-side basis to present the data. In addition,
                                                                                       with increasing concerns over security, a database developer




                                                                                                                                                           Areas of Emphasis
Required Concentration Courses; select one of the following groups:                    must also be able to write secure code that runs with minimum
    GROUP	1:	CS	52,	C++	Programming	(3)	and CS 20A,                                    risk of attacks.




                                                                                                                                                              Majors and
        Data	Structures	with	C++	(3)
    GROUP	2:	CS	55,	Java	Programming	(3)	and CS 20B,                                        Program Learning Outcomes: Upon completion of this
                                                                                       course of study in Database Applications Developer, students
        Data Structure with Java (3)
                                                                                       will develop user-friendly interfaces based on Windows and
Computer programming (27-29 units)                                                     the Web to extract data stored in databases; incorporate differ-
     A computer programmer is a professional who is skilled                            ent security techniques to ensure the safe display and update
in writing medium to large-scale computer applications. This                           of data; interface databases to the Internet; and install and
requires the knowledge and practice of a multitude of areas                            administer database management systems. In addition, stu-
in Computer Science. This certificate focuses on learning and                          dents will design, build, and populate databases with data, and
using advanced programming techniques to build software                                use programming languages and graphical interfaces to retrieve
applications. In addition, it covers core computer science con-                        and manipulate data.
cepts such as Operating Systems and Database Theory.                                   Required Courses: (27 units)
     Program Learning Outcomes: Upon completion of                                         CS 3, Introduction to Computer Systems (3)
this course of study in Computer Programming, students will                                CS 9A, Technology Project Management I (3) (same as
design, code, test, and debug computer programs. They will                                     CIS 9A)
understand and use the Internet and World Wide Web, applica-                               CS	15,	Visual	Basic	Programming	(3)
tion software, the components of the system unit, input, out-                              CS 19, Visual Basic Advanced Programming (3)
put, storage, operating systems and utility programs, commu-                               CS 32, Database Programming in VB.NET (3)
nications and networks, database management, information                                   CS 37, Web Programming in VB.NET (3)
systems development, and project management. They will also                                CS 60, Database Concepts and Applications (3)
explain the social implications of technological development,                              CS	61,	Microsoft	SQL	Server	Database	(3)
and understand the capabilities of current day computers and                               CS	65,	Oracle	Programming	(3)
the possibilities for the future.                                                      Select two of the following courses:
Required Core Courses: (15-17 units)                                                        CS 8, Systems Analysis and Design (3)
    CS 3, Introduction to Computer Systems (3)                                              CS 9B, Technology Project Management II (3)
    CS 40, Operating Systems (3) or CS 80, Internet Program-                                CS 84, Programming with XML (3)
        ming (3)                                                                            CS	85,	PHP	Programming	(3)
    CS	50,	C	Programming	(3)                                                                CS 86, Android Development (3)
    CS 60, Database Concepts and Applications (3)
                                                                                       Web programmer (30 units)
    Math	20,	Intermediate	Algebra	(5)	(or	higher	level	cours-
                                                                                            A Web Programmer designs and develops applications and
        es)
                                                                                       scripts for the World Wide Web (WWW). Web programmers
Required concentration courses; select two of the following groups:                    need to be knowledgeable on a variety of Internet technolo-
    GROUP	1:	CS	15,	Visual	Basic	Programming	(3)	and CS                                gies (HTML, CSS, XML, JavaScript, Perl/CGI, Java, JSP, PHP,
        19, Advanced Visual Basic Programming (3)                                      and the Microsoft .Net platform), networking, and database
    GROUP 2: CS 81, JavaScript and Dynamic HTML (3)                                    management. They are chiefly responsible for providing the
        and (CS 82, ASP.NET Programming in C# (3) or CS                                programming which makes Web pages interactive or allows
        83, Server-Side Java Web Programming (3) or CS 84,                             users to interact with back-end applications and databases. Web
                    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 2012-2013


                    programmers are instrumental in making electronic commerce                             Department CertifiCates
                    on the Internet possible.
                                                                                                                At	least	50%	of	the	required	units	for	a	Department	Certifi-
                         Program Learning Outcomes: Upon completion of this                                cate must be completed at Santa Monica College.
                    course of study in Web Programmer, students will design and                            Students must receive a grade of C or higher in each course to
                    develop applications and scripts for the World Wide Web, and                           successfully complete a Department Certificate.
                    provide the programming which makes Web pages interac-
                    tive or allows users to interact with back-end applications and                        Computer programming (12 units)
                    databases.                                                                                  This certificate provides the student with the basic skills
                                                                                                           needed to enter the world of programming. It covers a range of
                    Required Courses: (18 units)                                                           programming language courses that expose the student to the
                        CS 3, Introduction to Computer Systems (3)                                         spectrum of different languages that are popular today.
                        CS 60, Database Concepts and Applications (3)
                        CS 70, Networking Theory and Essentials (3)                                        Required Courses: (12 units)
                                                                                                               CS 3, Introduction to computer applications (3)
                        CS 80, Internet Programming (3)
                                                                                                               CS	15,	Visual	Basic	(3)
                        CS 81, JavaScript and Dynamic HTML (3)
                                                                                                               CS 17, Assembly Language Programming (3)
                        CS 84, Programming with XML (3) or CS 86, Android
                                                                                                               CS	52,	C++	Programming	(3)
                            Development (3)
                                                                                                           information systems management (13 units)
                    Select one of the following two groups: (6 units)
                                                                                                                 A certificate in IS Management aims to provide Computer
                         CS	15,	Visual	Basic	Programming	(3)	and CS 19,
                                                                                                           Science students with the knowledge needed to develop Infor-
                             Advanced Visual Basic Programming (3) or
                                                                                                           mation Systems in a real-world setting. Students learn how to
Areas of Emphasis




                         CS	55,	Java	Programming	(3)	and	CS	56,	Advanced	Java	                             develop medium to large scale applications while applying the
                             Programming (3)                                                               skills needed to plan and budget resources in development
   Majors and




                    Select one of the following courses: (3 units)                                         projects from conceptual design to deployment.
                         CS 32, Database Programming in VB .NET (3) or CS 61,                              Required Courses: (10 units)
                             Microsoft	SQL	Server	Database	(3)	or                                              CS 9A, Technology Project Management I (3) (same as
                             CS	65,	Oracle	Programming	(3)                                                         CIS 9A)
                    Select one of the following courses: (3 units)                                             CS 9B, Technology Project Management II (3) (same as
                                                                                                                   CIS 9B)
                         CS 37, Web Programming in VB .NET (3) or CS 82, ASP.
                                                                                                               CS	15,	Visual	Basic	Programming	(3)
                             NET Programming in C# (3) or
                                                                                                               CS 88A, Independent Study (1)
                             CS 83, Server Side Java Web Programming (3) or CS
                             85,	PHP	Programming	(3)                                                       Select one course from the following:
                                                                                                                CS 19, Advanced Visual Basic Programming (3) or
                    CertifiCates Of aChievement                                                                 CS 32, Database Programming in Visual Basic .NET (3) or
                                                                                                                CS 37, Web Programming in Visual Basic .NET (3)
                        At	 least	 50%	 of	 the	 required	 units	 for	 a	 Certificate	 of	
                    Achievement must be completed at Santa Monica College.                                 networking (17 units)
                                                                                                                The IT world is integrated by networks. Success in IT dis-
                    Students must receive a grade of C or higher in each course to                         ciplines like database, website, or e-commerce development
                    successfully complete a Certificate of Achievement.                                    demands a supporting grasp of the network environment.
                    Computer science (34 units)                                                            Major technologies are the networks themselves, their fit within
                                                                                                           the operating platforms they connect to, specific network appli-
                          A Certificate of Achievement is granted in Computer Sci-
                                                                                                           cations, and measures to achieve networks security.
                    ence for transfer upon completion of the 34 required units
                                                                                                                Network engineers and other qualified IT specialists must
                    listed under Computer Science Associate degree.
                                                                                                           understand the various protocols, programs’ interfaces to them,
                    Computer programming (27-29 units)                                                     how networks are presented and managed on Unix and Win-
                        A Certificate of Achievement is granted in Computer Pro-                           dows platforms, specific server programs and their clients, and
                    gramming upon completion of the 27-29 required units listed                            what the inherent risks are.
                    under the Computer Programming Associate degree.                                       Required Courses: (17 units)
                                                                                                               CS 9A, Technology Project Management I (3) (same as
                    Database applications Developer (33 units)                                                     CIS 9A)
                          A Certificate of Achievement is granted in Database Appli-                           CS 41, Linux Network Administration (3)
                    cations Developer upon completion of the 33 required units                                 CS 43, Windows Network Administration (3)
                    listed under the Database Applications Developer Associate                                 CS 70, Network Fundamentals & Architecture (3)
                    degree.                                                                                    CS	75,	Network	Protocols	and	Analysis	(2)
                                                                                                               CS 78, Secure Server Installation & Administration (3)
                    Web programmer (30 units)
                        A Certificate of Achievement is granted in Web Program-                            robotics and artificial intelligence (16 units)
                    mer upon completion of the 30 required units listed under the                               A certificate in Robotics & Artificial Intelligence (AI) aims
                    Web Programmer Associate degree.                                                       to provide Computer Science students with the knowledge and
                                        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 2012-2013                                       81


skills needed to work in the emergent AI career Field, which                           Citizenship requirement, and fulfillment of all Santa Monica
includes robotics, knowledge engineering, and virtual human                            College general education requirements, CSU GE, or IGETC.
design. Students learn how to program embedded systems to
                                                                                          At least 50% of the area of emphasis (major) units
operate mobile robotics that can interact with changing envi-                          must be completed at Santa Monica College.
ronments, how to create and maintain expert systems, and how
to design and build virtual humans that converse much like                             Each of the following courses in the area of emphasis (major)
people. All courses are very much “hands-on.”                                          must be completed with a grade of C or higher, to total 1600
                                                                                       hours and a minimum of 37 units:
     Program Learning Outcomes: Upon completion of the
program in Robotics and Artificial Intelligence, students will                         Cosmetology (37-37.5 units)
design, program, and operate mobile robots and chatbots that
                                                                                       Required Courses:
interact with changing environments and people. Students will                              Cosmetology	10,	20,	30,	40,	50A,	50B	(required if 50B
also design solutions and write programs for real world appli-                                 was completed Fall 2010 or later),	50C	(only required if
cations using embedded systems that interact with external                                     50B was completed Fall 2010 or later), Related Science
hardware..                                                                                     courses
Required Courses: (16 units)                                                               Cosmetology 11A, 21A, 31A, 42, Haircutting courses
    CS 9A, Technology Project Management I (3) (same as                                    Cosmetology 11B, 21B, 31B, 41B, Hairstyling courses
        CIS 9A)                                                                            Cosmetology 11C, 21C, 31C, 41C, Hair Coloring courses
    CS 22, Introduction to Mobile Robots (3)                                               Cosmetology 11D, 21D, Permanent Wave courses
    CS 23, Expert Systems and Chatbots (3)                                                 Cosmetology (14), 14A, 14B, 24, Curly Hair Techniques
    CS	25,	Embedded	Systems	(3)                                                                courses
                                                                                           Cosmetology 16, 26, 36, Nail Care courses




                                                                                                                                                                  Areas of Emphasis
    CS 42, Computer Architecture (3)
                                                                                           Cosmetology 18, 28A, 28B, 38, 48, 48B, Skin Care
    CS 88A, Independent Study (1)




                                                                                                                                                                     Majors and
                                                                                               courses
                                                                                           Cosmetology 64, Salon Management (2,2)

Cosmetology                                                                            In order to fulfill required hours, operations, and/or units, select one
                                                                                       or more of the following salon courses:
     The world around us is an exciting place of color, shape                               Cosmetology	29,	39,	49,	59,	69,	Salon	courses
and beauty. In the Cosmetology Department at Santa Monica                                   Additional graduation requirements for the Associate
College, we bring this beauty to reality. We welcome you to join                       degree from Santa Monica College are listed in the Academics
our program where you can obtain the education to succeed in                           section of this catalog, as well as online (go to www.smc.edu/
the cosmetology, skin care, and nail care industries. These well-                      articulation).
established programs will prepare you for a professional career,
a career change or advancement in your existing career.                                CertifiCates Of aChievement

      We offer a variety of courses to help you obtain that goal                           At	 least	 50%	 of	 the	 required	 units	 for	 a	 Certificate	 of	
                                                                                       Achievement must be completed at Santa Monica College.
you have been dreaming about. The cosmetology program is
an exciting one and may lead you to a career as a platform art-                        Students must receive a grade of C or higher in each course to
ist, educator, stylist, colorist, salon owner, sales representative,                   successfully complete a Certificate of Achievement.
and makeup artist, as well as offer you the opportunity to work
in the television and movie industries, on cruise ships, and in                        Cosmetology (37-37.5 units)
many other wonderful professions.                                                           A Certificate of Achievement in Cosmetology is awarded
                                                                                       to	students	who	have	completed	37-37.5	required	units	listed	
     Our program prepares you to take the state board exami-                           under Cosmetology Associate degree.
nation for a cosmetology license after completing 1600 hours,
a skin care license after completing 600 hours, or a nail care                         Department CertifiCates
license after completing 400 hours. Santa Monica College also
offers an Associate degree in cosmetology.                                                  At	least	50%	of	the	required	units	for	a	Department	Certifi-
                                                                                       cate must be completed at Santa Monica College.
    High school students in the 11th and 12th grades may
begin this program concurrently with the high school program                           Students must receive a grade of C or higher in each course to
when approved by the high school principal.                                            successfully complete a Department Certificate.

    Information regarding the cosmetology program is avail-                            skin Care (16 units)
able in the Cosmetology Department, (310) 434-4292, and                                    A Department Certificate in Skin Care will be awarded in
through the SMC website (www.smc.edu).                                                 Skin Care to students who complete 600 hours of skin care
                                                                                       courses.
assOCiate Degree – 60 Units
                                                                                       Required Courses:
The Associate degree in Cosmetology involves satisfactory com-                             Cosmetology 10, Introduction to Cosmetology and Relat-
pletion of a minimum of 60 semester units with a C average or                                  ed Science (2,2)
higher, including at least 37 semester units in the Cosmetology                            Cosmetology	18,	Skin	Care	1	(5,5)
area of emphasis (articulated below), fulfillment of the Global                            Cosmetology 20, 30, Related Science courses
                    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 2012-2013


                           Cosmetology 28A, 28B, 38, Skin Care courses                                      career as professional dancers are over. Choreographers create
                           Cosmetology 48, 48B, Skin Care courses                                           and design original dance steps and moves for dancers. They
                           Cosmetology 64, Salon Management (2,2)                                           may work in a variety of types of dance such as motion picture,
                                                                                                            television, stage performances, musical shows, and in the bal-
                    In order to fulfill required hours, operations, and/or units, select one
                    or more of the following salon courses:                                                 let. Dancers may also combine their interests in social service to
                         Cosmetology	29,	39,	49,	59,	69,	Salon	courses	                                     become dance or movement therapists.
                                                                                                                 This major may also lead to many other careers. For addi-
                    nail Care (14 units)                                                                    tional possibilities, visit the Career Services Center on campus
                         A Department Certificate in Nail Care will be awarded                              to utilize computerized career information systems and other
                    in Nail Care to students who complete 400 hours of nail care                            valuable career resources.
                    courses.
                                                                                                            transfer
                    Required Courses:
                        Cosmetology 10, Introduction to Cosmetology and Relat-                                   Students planning to transfer to a four-year college should
                            ed Science (2,2)                                                                complete the lower-division major requirements and the gen-
                        Cosmetology 16, 26, 36, 46, Nail Care courses                                       eral education pattern for the appropriate transfer institution.
                        Cosmetology 20, Related Science 2 (1,1)                                             Santa Monica College has articulation agreements for this
                        Cosmetology 64, Salon Management (2,2)                                              major with the following UC, CSU, and private institutions.
                    In order to fulfill required hours, operations, and/or units, select one                Exact major requirements for these and other UC and CSU
                    or more of the following salon courses:                                                 campuses can be found online at www.assist.org. Articulation
                         Cosmetology	29,	39,	49,	59,	69,	Salon	courses                                      agreements with private institutions can be found online at
                                                                                                            www.smc.edu/articulation.
Areas of Emphasis




                    salon Business (11 units)
                                                                                                            	 	•	 University	of	California,	Irvine
   Majors and




                         This Certificate in Salon Business will aid cosmetologists,
                                                                                                                  B.A. Dance
                    estheticians, and manicurists in establishing and running their
                                                                                                                  B.F.A. Choreography Specialization
                    own business and salon.
                                                                                                                  B.F.A. Choreography and Performance Specification
                    Required Courses:
                                                                                                            	 •	 University	of	California,	Riverside
                        Accounting 21, Business Bookkeeping (3)
                                                                                                                 B.A. Dance
                        Business 1, Introduction to Business (3) or Business 20,
                            Principles of Marketing (3) or	Business	65,	Manage-                             	 •	 University	of	California,	Santa	Barbara
                            ment Principles (3)                                                                  B.A. Dance
                        CIS 4, Introduction to Computers, Business Applications                                  B.F.A. Dance
                            (3)
                        Cosmetology 64, Salon Business (2,2)                                                    Santa Monica College has articulation agreements for this
                                                                                                            major (see www.smc.edu/articulation for exact requirements)
                    teacher training (16 units)                                                             with the following private and out-of-state institutions:
                          This certificate is designed to prepare the licensed cosme-                       	 •	 Cornish	College	of	the	Arts	(Seattle,	WA)
                    tologist for a teacher career in the public and private sectors                              B.F.A. Dance
                    of cosmetology. It is recommended that the student have a
                    Cosmetology license and at least one year experience working                            	 •	 Loyola	Marymount	University
                    in a salon as a professional cosmetologist. The certificate will be                          B.A. Dance, Performance Track
                    awarded to students who complete 600 hours of the following                                  B.A. Dance, Generalist Track
                    courses.
                                                                                                            smC DanCe Department reCOmmenDeD COUrses
                    Required Courses: To fulfill required hours, operations, and/or units,
                                                                                                            fOr transfer
                    select one or more of the following salon courses:
                          Cosmetology 71, Cosmetology Instructional Techniques:                                Students should check www.smc.edu/articulation              or
                             Theory (1,1)                                                                   www.assist.org for individual campus requirements.
                          Cosmetology 72, Applied Instructional Techniques (1)
                                                                                                                  Dance 9, Dance Production
                          Cosmetology 73, Cosmetology Instructional Materials (1)
                                                                                                                  Dance 20, Ethnic Dance
                          Cosmetology 74, Techniques of Assessment (1)
                                                                                                                  Dance 37, Pointe
                          Cosmetology	75A,B,C,D	Instructional	Techniques	in	
                                                                                                                  Dance	55A,	Dance	Performance-Modern	(3,3,3,3)	and
                             Salon (1,2,3,4)
                                                                                                                    55B,	Dance	Repertory-Modern	(1,1,1,1)	and	55C,	
                                                                                                                    Modern Dance Staging (1,1,1,1)

                    Dance
                                                                                                                  Dance	57A,	World	Dance	Performance	(3,3,3,3)	and	57B,	
                                                                                                                    Repertory Ethnic Dance (1,1,1,1)
                                                                                                                  Dance	59A,	Dance	Performance-Ballet	(3,3,3,3)
                          Dancers use their bodies in dance movements to create an                                Dance 60, Fundamentals of Choreography 1 (2,2)
                    art form that can interpret an idea or a story, or it may be purely                           Dance 61, Fundamentals of Choreography 2 (2,2)
                    physical expressions of rhythm and sound. Dancers often com-                                  Dance 62, Fundamentals of Choreography 3 (2,2) and
                    bine performing with teaching or turn to teaching after their                                   Dance 63, Fundamentals of Choreography 4 (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.
                                                                            Santa Monica college catalog 2012-2013                                   83




                                                                                      Early Childhood
Recommended Electives:
    Dance 14, Beginning Modern Jazz Dance (1,1,1,1)

                                                                                      Education
    Dance	15,	Intermediate	Modern	Jazz	(1,1,1,1)	
    Dance 16, Advanced Modern Jazz (1,1,1,1)
    Dance 17, Beginning Tap (1,1,1,1)
                                                                                      Formerly	Child	Development
    Dance 18, Intermediate Tap (1,1,1,1)
    Dance 19, Ballroom Dance (1,1,1,1)                                                     Early Childhood Education majors will be trained to
    Dance 22, Mexican Dance (2,2)                                                     supervise and provide care and learning experiences for infant
    Dance 23, Intermediate Mexican Dance (2,2)                                        through eight-year-old children in a variety of early childhood
    Dance	25,	African	Dance	(2,2)                                                     settings. Early Childhood Education professionals adhere to
    Dance 27, Brazilian Dance (2,2)                                                   the guidelines as well as the Professional Code of Ethics of
    Dance 29, Middle Eastern/North African Dance (2)                                  the National Association for the Education of Young Chil-
    Dance 31, Ballet 1 (1,1)                                                          dren (NAEYC) providing developmentally appropriate learning
    Dance 32, Ballet 2 (1,1)                                                          opportunities for the enhancement of the physical, intellectual,
                                                                                      social, emotional and creative domains of young children.
    Dance 41, Contemporary Modern Dance 1 (1,1)
    Dance 42, Contemporary Modern Dance 2 (1,1)                                            The Early Childhood Education major focuses on edu-
    Dance	51,	Introduction	to	Dance	Therapy	(1)	                                      cational practices that emphasize interpersonal relationships,
    Dance 79, Dance in New York City (1)                                              cultural diversity, child-centered curriculum and the inclusion
                                                                                      of children with special needs in all educational opportunities.
assOCiate Degree – 60 Units
                                                                                            The Early Childhood Education Program major follows




                                                                                                                                                           Areas of Emphasis
The Associate degree in Dance involves satisfactory comple-                           a natural progression that allows students to move from short
                                                                                      to long-term educational goals: preparation for the state Chil-




                                                                                                                                                              Majors and
tion of a minimum of 60 semester units with a C average or
higher, including at least 22 semester units in the Dance area of                     dren’s Center Permit, fulfillment of post-certificate Professional
emphasis (articulated below), fulfillment of the Global Citizen-                      Development, completion of advanced California Career Lad-
                                                                                      der courses (including paired specialization courses as well as
ship requirement, and fulfillment of all Santa Monica College
                                                                                      the California State Mentor course), completion of an Associate
general education requirements, CSU GE, or IGETC.
                                                                                      degree in Early Childhood Education, Associate degree in Early
   At least 50% of the area of emphasis (major) units                                 Childhood Intervention assistant, Associate degree in Early
must be completed at Santa Monica College.                                            Childhood Intervention Teacher, and transfer to a four-year
                                                                                      institution.
Each course in the area of emphasis (major) must be completed
with a grade of C or higher.                                                               Possible Early Childhood Education career goals include
                                                                                      Early Childhood Education Teacher, Early Education Director,
Dance (22 units)                                                                      Early Childhood Intervention Assistant, Early Childhood Inter-
                                                                                      vention Teacher, Family Home Child Care Provider, Private
     Program Learning Outcomes: Students develop an
                                                                                      ECE Center Owner/Director, Early Childhood Special Educa-
appreciation of the aesthetics inherent in dance and learn to
                                                                                      tion Teacher, K through 12 teacher, K through 12 Special Edu-
respect dance in all cultures. Students acquire the historical                        cation Teacher, Parent Educator, Early Childhood Education
knowledge, necessary technical skills, and knowledge in a par-                        Instructor, Marriage Family and Child Counselor.
ticular style of dance, as well as observation/analysis of dance
presented on the stage or in media. Students implement critical                             The Early Childhood Intervention programs will prepare
                                                                                      students for career placements in public and/or private early
thinking skills and kinesthetic awareness through creative expe-
                                                                                      intervention and educational settings that serve typically and
rience in class, learning to communicate through the power of
                                                                                      atypically developing young children. Specific jobs and respon-
movement, and discovering self-motivation.                                            sibilities may include serving as an early childhood educator
Required courses:                                                                     with a specialization in working with children with special
    Dance	5,	Dance	History	(3)                                                        needs, special education assistant for children birth to eight
    Dance 7, Music for Dance (3)                                                      years of age, a one-to-one aide for a child (e.g., “inclusion
                                                                                      facilitator”), classroom aide with expertise in special needs, or
    Dance	33,	34,	35,	36,	Ballet*	(2,2,2,2)
                                                                                      as an assistant to the early intervention team for infants birth
    Dance	43,	44,	45,	46,	Modern	Dance*	(2,2,2,2)
                                                                                      to three years of age.
    *If necessary, certification of exemption from Dance courses
    must be approved by Dance Department and filed with the peti-                          Program Learning Outcomes: Students completing a
    tion for graduation.                                                              degree or certificate in Early Childhood Education will know
                                                                                      the essential concepts, inquiry tools, and structure of the con-
                                                                                      tent areas in children’s learning, and will identify appropriate

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                                                                                      resources. Students prepared in the education training pro-
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                                                                                      design experiences that promote learning for children while
See	 Entertainment	 Technology	 (offered	 through	 the	                               integrating their understanding of relationships with children
Academy	of	Entertainment	and	Technology)                                              and families.
                   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 2012-2013


                    transfer                                                                                   Early Childhood Education 23, Fieldwork in Early
                                                                                                                   Intervention	(5)
                         Students planning to transfer to a four-year college should
                                                                                                               Early	Childhood	Education	45,	Children	with	Special	
                    complete the lower-division major requirements and the gen-
                                                                                                                   Needs (3)
                    eral education pattern for the appropriate transfer institution.
                                                                                                               Early Childhood Education 46, Infant Through Toddler
                    Santa Monica College has articulation agreements for this                                      Studies (3)
                    major with the following UC, CSU, and private institutions.                                Early Childhood Education 49, Early Intervention
                    Exact major requirements for these and other UC and CSU                                        Strategies (3)
                    campuses can be found online at www.assist.org. Articulation                               Early Childhood Education 64, Health, Safety and
                    agreements with private institutions can be found online at                                    Nutrition for Young Children (3)
                    www.smc.edu/articulation.                                                                  or
                    	 •	 California	Polytechnic	State	University,	San	Luis	                                    First Aid/CPR Training (certification should be obtained
                         Obispo                                                                                through the American Health Association or American Red
                         B.S. Child Development                                                                Cross; proof of certification must be provided with certificate
                                                                                                               applications)
                    	 •	 California	State	University,	Dominguez	Hills                                          Psychology 11, Child Growth and Development (3)
                         B.S. Child Development
                                                                                                         early Childhood intervention teacher (41 units)
                    	 •	 California	State	University,	Long	Beach
                         B.A. Family and Consumer Sciences with option in Child                          Required Courses: (21 units)
                            Development and Family Studies                                                   Early Childhood Education 2, Principles and Practices of
                                                                                                                 Teaching Young Children (3)
                    	 •	 California	State	University,	Los	Angeles                                            Early Childhood Education 11, Child, Family and
Areas of Emphasis




                         B.A. Child Development General option                                                   Community (3)
   Majors and




                    	 •	 California	State	University,	Northridge                                             Early	Childhood	Education	45,	Children	with	Special	
                         B.A. Child Development                                                                  Needs (3)
                                                                                                             Early Childhood Education 46, Infant Through Toddler
                    	 •	 San	Francisco	State	University                                                          Studies (3)
                         B.A. Child and Adolescent Development                                               Early Childhood Education 49, Early Intervention
                        Santa Monica College has articulation agreements for this                                Strategies (3)
                    major (see www.smc.edu/articulation for exact requirements)                              Early Childhood Education 64, Health, Safety and
                    with the following private and out-of-state institutions:                                    Nutrition for Young Children (3)
                                                                                                             Psychology 11, Child Growth and Development (3)
                    	 •	 Kaplan	University
                         B.S. Psychology/Child Development                                               Required Curriculum Courses; select two courses from the following:
                                                                                                         (6 units)
                    	 •	 Mount	Saint	Mary’s	College                                                          Early Childhood Education 4, Language and Literature for
                         B.A. Child Development                                                                  the Young Child (3)
                                                                                                             Early	Childhood	Education	5,	Math	and	Science	for	the	
                    assOCiate Degree – 60 Units                                                                  Young Child (3)
                    The Associate degree in Early Childhood Education involves                               Early Childhood Education 8, Creative Experiences – Art,
                    satisfactory completion of a minimum of 60 semester units                                    Music and Movement (3)
                    with a C average or higher, including at least 30 semester units                         Early Childhood Education 61, Teacher/Child
                    in the Early Childhood Education, or 27 semester units in the                                Interactions (3)
                    Early Childhood Intervention Assistant, or 41 semester units                               Required Practicum Courses: (14 units)
                    in the Early Childhood Intervention Teacher area of empha-                                 Early Childhood Education 21, Observation and
                    sis (articulated below), fulfillment of the Global Citizenship                                Assessment (4)
                    requirement, and fulfillment of all Santa Monica College gen-                              Early Childhood Education 22, Practicum in Early
                    eral education requirements, CSU GE, or IGETC.                                                Childhood	Education	(5)
                    At least 50% of the area of emphasis (major) units must                                    Early Childhood Education 23, Fieldwork in Early
                    be completed at Santa Monica College.                                                         Intervention	(5)

                    Each course in the area of emphasis (major) must be completed                        early Childhood master teacher (35 units)
                    with a grade of C or higher.                                                              Upon successful completion of the Early Childhood
                                                                                                         Master Teacher certificate or degree, the student demonstrates
                    early Childhood intervention assistant (27 units)
                                                                                                         knowledge, training, and skills to be a master teacher in a pri-
                    Required Courses:                                                                    vately or publicly funded child care center in accordance with
                        Early Childhood Education 2, Principles and Practices of                         the Child Development Permit Matrix issued by the California
                            Teaching Young Children (3)                                                  Commission of Teacher Credentialing. Skills demonstrated and
                        Early Childhood Education 11, Child, Family and                                  practiced by the student include the ability to provide instruc-
                            Community (3)                                                                tion to young children utilizing knowledge of a specialized area
                        Early Childhood Education 21, Observation and                                    of early childhood education, supervise adults in the classroom,
                            Assessment (4)                                                               and coordinate curriculum and staff development.
                                      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 2012-2013                                    85


    PLEASE	 NOTE:	 The	 State	 of	 California	 also	 requires	 350	                    Required Specialization (Reggio Emilia Approach) Courses; must
days of experience working in a child care program to apply for                        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 Pro-                                   Learning Visible (1)
fessional 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 88A, 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-
ships, cultural diversity, child-centered curriculum, and the                          Required Specialization (ECE Administration) Courses; must take
inclusion of children with special needs in all educational                            both courses: (6 units)
opportunities.                                                                              Early Childhood Education 41, Supervision and Adminis-
                                                                                               tration of Early Childhood Programs (3)
     The ECE Master Teacher certificate and degree follow a
                                                                                            Early Childhood Education 43, Supervision and Adminis-
natural progression that allows students to move from short- to
                                                                                               tration 2 (3)
long-term educational goals: preparation for the Child Devel-
opment Permit, fulfillment of post-certificate professional                                NOTE: Students must complete an additional 16 general
development, completion of advanced California Career Lad-                             education units In addition to the above courses in order to
der courses, and transfer to a baccalaureate institution.                              obtain their Child Development Master Teacher Permit.




                                                                                                                                                                Areas of Emphasis
      Possible ECE career positions include ECE Teacher/Direc-
                                                                                       CertifiCates Of aChievement
tor; Licensed Family Child Care Provider; Private ECE Director/




                                                                                                                                                                   Majors and
Owner; Parent Educator, After School Program staff, or Instruc-                            At	 least	 50%	 of	 the	 required	 units	 for	 a	 Certificate	 of	
tional Aide in an elementary school setting; Owner/Operator of                         Achievement must be completed at Santa Monica College.
a Child Care Center; and Program/Center Director.
                                                                                       Students must receive a grade of C or higher in each course to
Required Courses: (29 units)                                                           successfully complete a Certificate of Achievement.
    Early Childhood Education 2, Principles and Practices of
        Teaching Young Children (3)                                                    early Childhood education (30 units)
    Early Childhood Education 11, Child, Family and
                                                                                       Required Core Courses: (24 units)
        Community (3)
                                                                                           Early Childhood Education 2, Principles and Practices of
    Early Childhood Education 17, Introduction to
        Curriculum (3)                                                                         Teaching Young Children (3)
    Early Childhood Education 19, Teaching in a Diverse                                    Early Childhood Education 11, Child, Family and
        Society (3)                                                                            Community (3)
    Early Childhood Education 21, Observation and                                          Early Childhood Education 21, Observation and
        Assessment (4)                                                                         Assessment (4)
    Early Childhood Education 22, Practicum in Early                                       Early Childhood Education 22, Practicum in Early
        Childhood	Education	(5)                                                                Childhood	Education	(5)
    Early Childhood Education 48, Adult Supervision and                                    Early	Childhood	Education	45,	Children	with	Special	
        Mentoring, ECE/CD (2)                                                                  Needs (3)
    Early Childhood Education 64, Health, Safety and                                       Early Childhood Education 64, Health, Safety and
        Nutrition for Young Children (3)                                                       Nutrition for Young Children (3)
    Psychology 11, Child Growth and Development (3)
                                                                                           Psychology 11, Child Growth and Development (3)
Required Specialization (Curriculum) Courses; select two courses
                                                                                       Required Curriculum Courses; select two courses from the following:
from the following: (6 units)
     Early Childhood Education 4, Language and Literature for                          (6 units)
         the Young Child (3)                                                               Early Childhood Education 4, Language and Literature for
     Early	Childhood	Education	5,	Math	and	Science	for	the	                                    the Young Child (3)
         Young Child (3)                                                                   Early	Childhood	Education	5,	Math	and	Science	for	the	
     Early Childhood Education 8, Creative Experiences – Art,                                  Young Child (3)
         Music and Movement (3)                                                            Early Childhood Education 8, Creative Experiences – Art,
      or                                                                                       Music and Movement (3)
Required Specialization (Early Intervention) Courses; must take both                       Early Childhood Education 17, Introduction to
courses: (6 units)                                                                             Curriculum (3)
     Early	Childhood	Education	45,	Children	with	Special	                              early Childhood intervention assistant (27 units)
         Needs (3)
     Early Childhood Education 49, Early Intervention                                       A Certificate of Achievement is granted upon completion
         Strategies (3)                                                                of 27 required units listed under Early Childhood Intervention
      or                                                                               Assistant 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.
                      86      Santa Monica college catalog 2012-2013


                    early Childhood intervention teacher (41 units)                                             Education	24,	Paraeducator	Fieldwork	Experience	(5)
                                                                                                                Psychology 11, Child Growth and Development (3)
                         A Certificate of Achievement is granted upon completion
                    of 41 required units listed under Early Childhood Intervention
                    Teacher Associate degree.                                                             to teach in a licensed early Childhood Center
                                                                                                              Each course must be completed with a grade of C or
                    early Childhood intervention master teacher (35 units)                                higher.
                         A Certificate of Achievement is granted upon comple-                             Required Core Courses: (12 units)
                    tion	of	35	required	units	listed	under	Early	Childhood	Master	                            Early Childhood Education 2, Principles and Practices of
                    Teacher Associate degree.                                                                     Teaching Young Children (3)
                                                                                                              Early Childhood Education 11, Child, Family and Com-
                    Department CertifiCates                                                                       munity (3)
                         At	least	50%	of	the	required	units	for	a	Department	Certifi-                         Early	Childhood	Education	5,	Math	and	Science	for	the	
                    cate must be completed at Santa Monica College.                                               Young Child (3) or Early Childhood Education 8, A
                                                                                                                  Creative Experience: Art, Music and Movement (3) or
                    Students must receive a grade of C or higher in each course to                                Early Childhood Education 4, Language and Literature
                    successfully complete a Department Certificate.                                               for the Young Child (3)
                    early Childhood education Core (12 units)                                                 Psychology 11, Child Growth and Development (3)
                    This Department Certificate mirrors the courses required to                               The State Department of Social Services requires certain
                    obtain the Associate Teacher Permit according to the Child                            educational standards as part of the licensing of child devel-
                    Development Permit Matrix issued by the California Commis-                            opment programs under their jurisdiction. Please refer to the
                    sion of Teaching Credentialing. The 12 core units are the mini-                       matrix below for state requirements. (Please consult with
Areas of Emphasis




                    mum required for employment in a California Community                                 Department for further details).
   Majors and




                    Care Licensed program.
                    Students who desire to work in an early childhood setting are                         earlY ChilDhOOD eDUCatiOn/ChilD DevelOpment
                    required to complete—at a minimum—these core courses.                                 permit matrix

                    Required Courses: (9 units)                                                                 Please call the California Commission on Teacher Creden-
                        Early Childhood Education 2, Principles and Practices of                          tialing at (888) 921-2682 or go to www.ctc.ca.gov/credentials/
                            Teaching Young Children (3)                                                   leaflets.html for more information.
                        Early Childhood Education 11, Child, Family and                                   Assistant (optional)
                            Community (3)                                                                      Education Requirement: 6 units of Early Childhood
                        Psychology 11, Child Growth and Development (3)                                           Education (ECE) or Child Development (CD)
                    Select one additional course from the list below: (3 units)                                Experience Requirement: None
                         Early Childhood Education 4, Language and Literature for                              Alternative Qualifications: Accredited HERO Program
                             the Young Child (3)                                                                  (including ROP); or CTC approved training.
                         Early	Childhood	Education	5,	Math	and	Science	for	the	                                Authorization: Assist in the instruction of children under
                             Young Child (3)                                                                      supervision of Associate Teacher or above.
                         Early Childhood Education 8, Creative Experiences – Art,                              Five Year Renewal:	105	hrs.	of	professional	growth
                             Music and Movement (3)
                                                                                                          Associate	Teacher
                         Early Childhood Education 17, Introduction to
                                                                                                              Education Requirement: 12 units of ECE/CD including core
                             Curriculum (3)
                                                                                                                 courses**
                    school-age intervention assistant (14 units)                                              Experience Requirement: 50	days	of	3+	hours	per	day	
                    This Department Certificate is designed for students who wish                                within 2 years
                    to work as a paraprofessional in the K-12 school system. The                              Alternative Qualifications: Child Development Associate
                    Department Certificate also provides students interested in the                              (CDA) Credential; or CTC approved training
                    field of education—particularly the field of special education—                           Authorization: May provide instruction and supervise
                    with an opportunity to obtain supervised fieldwork experience                                Assistant.
                    working with children with special needs.                                                 Five Year Renewal: Must meet teacher requirements within
                    There is a nationwide shortage of special education teach-                                   10 years.
                    ers. This certificate provides training and career development                        Teacher
                    opportunities for students who wish to obtain a special educa-                            Education Requirement: 24 units ECE/CD including core
                    tion teaching credential. Students who plan to enter a special                               courses**	+	16	GE	units*
                    education teaching credential program at a 4-year college or
                                                                                                              Experience Requirement: 175	days	of	3+	hours	per	day	
                    university are required to have supervised fieldwork experience
                                                                                                                 within 4 years
                    with children with special needs. These courses and certificate
                                                                                                              Alternative Qualifications: AA or higher in ECE or related
                    provide the required experience.
                                                                                                                 field w/ 3 semester units of supervised field exp. in
                    Required Courses: (14 units)                                                                 ECE setting; or CTC-approved training
                        Early	Childhood	Education	45,	Children	with	Special	                                  Authorization: May provide instruction and supervise all
                            Needs (3)                                                                            above (Include. Aide)
                        Education 20, Exceptional Children in School (3)                                      Five Year Renewal: 105	hrs.	of	professional	growth
                                       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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                                                                                      Early Childhood
Master	Teacher
    Education Requirement: 24 units ECE/CD including core
       courses**	+16	GE	units*	+6	specialization	units;	+2	
       adult supervision units                                                        Education – Associate
    Experience Requirement: 350	days	of	3+	hours	per	day	
       within 4 years, including at least 100 days of supervis-
                                                                                      in Science for
       ing adults
                                                                                      Transfer (AS-T) to
                                                                                      CSU
    Alternative Qualifications: B.A. or higher w/ 12 units of
       ECE,	+3	semester	units	of	supervised	field	exp.	in	ECE	
       setting; or CTC approved training
    Authorization: May provide instruction and supervise all                                Upon successful completion of the Santa Monica College
       above (Include. Aide). May also serve as coordinator                           AS-T in Early Childhood Education, the student will have a
                                                                                      strong academic foundation in the field and be prepared for
       of curriculum and staff development
                                                                                      upper division baccalaureate study. This coursework will satisfy
    Five Year Renewal: 105	hrs.	of	professional	growth                                most of the lower-division Early Childhood Education require-
                                                                                      ments at many institutions at both the University of California
Site	Supervisor
                                                                                      and the California State University systems.* This degree is
     Education Requirement: Associate degree (or 60 units) with                       intended for students who are interested in the theory of Early
        24	ECE/CD	units	(including	core**);	+6	units	admin-                           Childhood Education and are planning on transferring to a
        istration;	+2	units	adult	supervision                                         four-year university and majoring in Early Childhood Educa-




                                                                                                                                                          Areas of Emphasis
     Experience Requirement:	350	days	of	3+	hours	per	day	                            tion.




                                                                                                                                                             Majors and
        within 4 years, including at least 100 days of supervis-                            *Completion of this degree will likely give you priority
        ing adults                                                                    admission consideration in the majors at the CSU campuses
     Alternative Qualifications: B.A. or higher with 12 units of                      listed below. In addition, you will need to complete no more
                                                                                      than 60 semester/90 quarter CSU units of coursework after
        ECE,	+3	semester	units	of	supervised	field	exp.	in	ECE	
                                                                                      transfer to complete your degree. If you are considering
        setting, Teaching or Admin. Credential*** with 12                             transfer to a UC, private, or out-of-state university, please
        units	of	ECE,	+3	units	supervised	field	exp.	in	ECE	set-                      consult a counselor before applying to transfer, as that
        ting, or CTC approved training                                                institution’s transfer requirements might be different
     Authorization: May supervise single site program, provide                        from those required for the AS-T in Early Childhood Edu-
                                                                                      cation.
        instruction; and serve as coordinator of curriculum
        and staff development                                                         assOCiate Degree in earlY ChilDhOOD eDUCatiOn fOr
     Five Year Renewal: 105	hours	of	professional	growth                              transfer tO CsU

Program Director                                                                      The AS-T in Early Childhood Education is granted upon suc-
    Education Requirement: B.A. with 24 ECE/CD units                                  cessful completion of a program of study with a minimum of
                                                                                      60 semester units with an overall average grade of C or higher.
       (Including	core**)	+6	units	admin.;	+2	units	adult	
                                                                                      The following is required:
       supervision                                                                      1. Completion of a minimum of 60 CSU-transferable semes-
    Experience Requirement: Site supervisor status and one pro-                            ter units.
       gram year of site supervisor experience                                          2. Maintaining a minimum grade point average (GPA) of at
    Alternative Qualifications: Teacher or Admin. Creden-                                  least 2.0 (C) in all CSU-transferable coursework. Note that
                                                                                           while a minimum GPA of 2.0 (C) is required for admis-
       tial***	with	12	units	of	ECE	+3	units	supervised	field	
                                                                                           sion, some majors/campuses may require a higher GPA.
       exp. in ECE setting; or CTC approved training                                       Please consult with a counselor for more information.
    Authorization: May supervise multiple site program; pro-                               (Please note: Nonresident and international students are
       vide instruction; and serve as coordinator of curricu-                              required to have a minimum GPA of 2.4 for admission.)
       lum and staff development                                                        3. Certified completion of the California State University
                                                                                           General Education-Breadth pattern (CSU GE Breadth) OR
    Five Year Renewal:	105	hours	of	professional	growth
                                                                                           the Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum
*One course in each of the following general education categories                          (IGETC) pattern. (Please note: Students transferring to CSU
                                                                                           must complete IGETC Area 1C.)
required: English, math and/or science, social science, humanities
                                                                                        4. Completion of major coursework detailed below. All
and/or fine arts.                                                                          courses in the major must be completed with a grade of C
**Core courses=Child Growth and Development, Child/Family/                                 or higher.
Community, and Programs/Curriculum.
                                                                                      Required Core Courses: (27 units)
***Holder of the Administrative Services Credential may serve as a                        Early Childhood Education 2, Principles and Practices of
site supervisor or Program Director.                                                          Teaching Young Children (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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                           Early Childhood Education 11, Child, Family and                                 	 •	 California	State	University,	Los	Angeles
                              Community (3)                                                                     B.A. Child Development – Child Development General
                           Early Childhood Education 17, Introduction to                                           option
                              Curriculum (3)                                                               	 •	 California	State	University,	Stanislaus
                           Early Childhood Education 19, Teaching in a Diverse                                  B.A. Child Development – Child Development General
                              Society (3)                                                                          option
                           Early Childhood Education 21, Observation and                                        B.A. Child Development – Child Development Services
                              Assessment (4)                                                                       option
                           Early Childhood Education 22, Practicum in Early                                     B.A. Child Development – Early Childhood option
                              Childhood	Education	(5)                                                           B.A. Child Development – Middle Childhood option
                           Early Childhood Education 64, Health, Safety and
                                                                                                           	 •	 Humboldt	State	University
                              Nutrition for Young Children (3)
                                                                                                                B.A. Liberal Studies/Child Development – CAP Transfer
                           Psychology 11, Child Growth and Development (3)
                                                                                                                   option
                    transfer                                                                               	 •	 Sacramento	State	University
                         Upon completion of the Santa Monica College AS-T in                                    B.A. Early Childhood Education – Care & Education
                                                                                                                   (EDCE)
                    Early Childhood Education, the student will be eligible for
                                                                                                                B.A. Early Childhood Education – Child Development
                    priority admission consideration to the majors at the following
                                                                                                                B.A. Early Childhood Education – Early Development
                    CSU campuses:
                                                                                                                B.A. Early Childhood Education – Elementary Pre-Cre-
                    	 •	 California	State	Polytechnic	University,	San	Luis	                                        dential
Areas of Emphasis




                         Obispo                                                                                 B.A. Early Childhood Education – Individualized
                         B.S. Child Development with minor in Psychology                                           Concentrations
   Majors and




                                                                                                                B.A. Early Childhood Education – Social & Community
                    	 •	 California	State	University,	Bakersfield                                                  Settings
                         B.A. Child, Adolescent, and Family Studies
                                                                                                           	 •	 San	Francisco	State	University
                    	 •	 California	State	University,	Chico                                                     B.A. Child and Adolescent Development – Early
                         B.A. Child Development                                                                    Childhood concentration
                                                                                                                B.A. Child and Adolescent Development – Policy,
                    	 •	 California	State	University,	Dominguez	Hills
                                                                                                                   Advocacy and Systems
                         B.S. Child Development
                                                                                                                B.A. Child and Adolescent Development – School Age
                    	 •	 California	State	University,	East	Bay                                                     Child and Family concentration
                         B.A. Human Development – Adolescent Development                                        B.A. Child and Adolescent Development – Youth Work
                            option                                                                                 and Out of School Time concentration
                         B.A. Human Development – Adult Development and                                    	 •	 San	Jose	State	University
                            Gerontology option                                                                  B.A. Child and Adolescent Development
                         B.A. Human Development – Child Development option
                         B.A. Human Development – Early Childhood
                            Development option
                         B.A. Human Development – Women’s Development                                      Economics
                            option
                                                                                                                Economists study how society can best use scarce resources
                    	 •	 California	State	University,	Fresno                                               such as land, raw materials, capital, and labor. They analyze
                         B.S. Child Development – Child Development option                                 the relationships between the supply of goods and services and
                         B.S. Child Development – Child Development                                        the demand for them, as well as how these goods and services
                            Practitioner option                                                            are produced, distributed, and consumed. Some economists
                         B.A. Child Development – Pre-Credential option                                    work on public issues such as the control of inflation, business
                                                                                                           cycles, unemployment, wage, tax, and tariff policies. Economics
                    	 •	 California	State	University,	Fullerton                                            is widely recognized as a solid background for a career in busi-
                         B.S. Child and Adolescent Development – Adolescent/                               ness, government, law, teaching and research.
                            Youth Development
                         B.S. Child and Adolescent Development – Early                                          This major may also lead to many other careers. For addi-
                            Childhood Development                                                          tional possibilities, visit the Career Services Center on campus
                                                                                                           to utilize computerized career information systems and other
                         B.S. Child and Adolescent Development – Elementary
                                                                                                           valuable career resources.
                            School Setting
                         B.S. Child and Adolescent Development – Family and                                transfer
                            Community Contexts
                                                                                                                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.A. Family and Consumer Sciences – Child                                         eral education pattern for the appropriate transfer institution.
                            Development and Family Studies option                                          Santa Monica College has articulation agreements for this
                                        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 2012-2013                                   89


major with the following UC, CSU, private, and international                          scientific discoveries and commercial applications. Engineers
private institutions. Exact major requirements for these and                          design products, the machinery to build those products, the
other UC and CSU campuses can be found online at www.assist.                          factories in which those products are made, and the systems
org. Articulation agreements with private institutions can be                         that ensure the quality of the product and efficiency of the
found online at www.smc.edu/articulation.                                             workforce and manufacturing process. There are a variety of
                                                                                      engineering fields: electrical, mechanical, civil, industrial, aero-
	 •	 University	of	California,	Berkeley
                                                                                      nautical, chemical, materials, nuclear, petroleum and mining
     B.A. Economics
                                                                                      engineering.
	 •	 University	of	California,	Davis                                                       This major may also lead to many other careers. For addi-
     B.A. Economics                                                                   tional possibilities, visit the Career Services Center on campus
                                                                                      to utilize computerized career information systems and other
	 •	 University	of	California,	Irvine
                                                                                      valuable career resources.
     B.A. Business Economics
     B.A. Economics
                                                                                      transfer
	 •	 University	of	California,	Los	Angeles
                                                                                           Students planning to transfer to a four-year college should
     B.A. Economics
                                                                                      complete the lower-division major requirements and the gen-
     B.A. Economics/Business
                                                                                      eral education pattern for the appropriate transfer institution.
	 •	 University	of	California,	San	Diego                                              Santa Monica College has articulation agreements for this
     B.A. Economics                                                                   major with the following UC, CSU, and private institutions.
                                                                                      Exact major requirements for these and other UC and CSU
	 •	 University	of	California,	Santa	Barbara
                                                                                      campuses can be found online at www.assist.org. Articulation
     B.A. Economics




                                                                                                                                                             Areas of Emphasis
                                                                                      agreements with private institutions can be found online at
     B.A. Business Economics and Accounting
                                                                                      www.smc.edu/articulation.




                                                                                                                                                                Majors and
	 •	 California	Polytechnic	State	University,	San	Luis	
                                                                                           Admission to Engineering programs is very competitive.
     Obispo
                                                                                      Students should complete all lower division requirements prior
     B.S. Economics
                                                                                      to transfer to be competitive for admission.
	 •	 California	State	University,	Los	Angeles
                                                                                            Additionally, to be minimally eligible to transfer to a UC
     B.A. Economics
                                                                                      campus, transfer students must complete four (4) general edu-
	 •	 California	State	University,	Northridge                                          cation courses chosen from at least two of the following areas:
     B.A. Economics                                                                   Arts and Humanities, Social and Behavioral Sciences, Physical
                                                                                      and Biological Science, and two composition courses. Please
    Santa Monica College has articulation agreements for this
                                                                                      see a Santa Monica College counselor for additional informa-
major (see www.smc.edu/articulation for exact requirements)
                                                                                      tion.
with the following private and out-of-state institutions:
                                                                                      	 •	 University	of	California,	Berkeley
	 •	 American	University	of	Paris,	France
                                                                                           B.S. Bioengineering/Materials Science and Engineering
     International Economics
                                                                                           B.S. Chemical Engineering & Nuclear Engineering
	 •	 John	Cabot	University,	Rome,	ITALY                                                    B.S. Chemical Engineering and Materials Science and
     Economics and Finance (validated by University of Wales                                  Engineering
        in Business Administration)                                                        B.S. Computational Engineering Science
     This university is US regionally accredited. See                                      B.S. Electrical Engineering & Computer Science/Materials
        www.smc.edu/articulation for general education admis-                                 Science & Engineering
        sion requirements.                                                                 B.S. Electrical Engineering & Computer Science/Nuclear
                                                                                              Engineering
	 •	 Loyola	Marymount	University
                                                                                           B.S. Industrial Engineering and Operations Research
     B.A./B.S. Economics
                                                                                           B.S. Manufacturing Engineering and Operations Research
	 •	 Mills	College                                                                         B.S. Materials Science and Engineering
     B.A. Political, Legal and Economic Analysis                                           B.S. Materials Science and Engineering/Mechanical
                                                                                              Engineering
      General education requirements for the University of Cali-
                                                                                           B.S. Materials Science and Engineering/Nuclear
fornia and California State University and other local universi-
                                                                                              Engineering
ties are available online at www.smc.edu/articulation and listed in
                                                                                           B.S. Mechanical Engineering/Nuclear Engineering
the Academics section of this catalog.
                                                                                      	 •	 University	California,	Davis
                                                                                           B.S. Aeronautical Science and Engineering

Engineering                                                                                B.S. Biological Engineering
                                                                                           B.S. Biological Systems Engineering
                                                                                           B.S. Chemical Engineering
     Engineers apply the theories and principles of science and                            B.S. Chemical Engineering/Materials Science and
mathematics to research and develop economical solutions to                                   Engineering
practical technical problems. Their work is the link between                               B.S. Civil 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.
                      90        Santa Monica college catalog 2012-2013


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




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




                         B.S. Environmental Engineering                                                        B.S. Environmental Engineering
                         B.S. Mechanical Engineering                                                           B.S. Mechanical Engineering

                    	 •	 University	of	California,	San	Diego

                                                                                                          English
                         B.S. Computer Engineering
                         B.S. Electrical Engineering
                    	 •	 California	Polytechnic	State	University,	San	Luis	
                         Obispo                                                                                English majors develop written and spoken mastery of the
                         B.S. Computer Engineering                                                        English language, creativity of thought, and an appreciation of
                         B.S. Electrical Engineering                                                      the language’s literature. The English major can lead to a career
                         B.S. General Engineering                                                         in teaching at all levels. Additional careers include advertising
                                                                                                          copywriter, editor, foreign correspondent, literary agent, media
                    	 •	 California	State	University,	Los	Angeles
                                                                                                          planner, reporter, fundraiser, paralegal, public administra-
                         B.S. Civil Engineering
                                                                                                          tor, speechwriter, information abstractor/information indexer,
                         B.S. Electrical Engineering
                                                                                                          interpreter & translator.
                         B.S. Mechanical Engineering
                                                                                                               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.S. Civil Engineering
                                                                                                          to utilize computerized career information systems and other
                         B.S. Engineering
                                                                                                          valuable career resources.
                         B.S. Manufacturing Systems Engineering
                         B.S. Mechanical Engineering                                                      transfer
                         B.S. Electrical Engineering
                         B.S. Computer Engineering                                                              Students planning to transfer to a four-year college should
                                                                                                          complete the lower-division major requirements and the gen-
                        Santa Monica College has articulation agreements for this                         eral education pattern for the appropriate transfer institution.
                    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 with the following UC, CSU, private, and international
                    	 •	 Arizona	State	University                                                         institutions. Exact major requirements for these and other
                         Engineering                                                                      UC and CSU campuses can be found online at www.assist.org.
                                                                                                          Articulation agreements with private institutions can be found
                    	 •	 Loyola	Marymount	University                                                      online at www.smc.edu/articulation.
                         B.A., B.S. Applied Mathematics
                         B.S. Athletic Training                                                           	 •	 University	of	California,	Berkeley
                         B.S. Biochemistry                                                                     B.S. English
                         B.S. Biology
                                                                                                          	 •	 University	of	California,	Davis
                         B.S. Chemistry
                                                                                                               B.A. English
                         B.S.E. (B.S. in Engineering) Civil Engineering
                         B.S. Computer Science                                                            	 •	 University	of	California,	Irvine
                         B.S.E. (B.S. in Engineering) Electrical Engineering                                   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 2012-2013                                      91


	 •	 University	of	California,	Los	Angeles                                           ment Technology curriculum is designed to meet the changing
     B.A. English                                                                    needs of the entertainment industry. Entertainment Technology
                                                                                     courses are comprehensive and rigorous, covering areas such as
	 •	 University	of	California,	San	Diego
                                                                                     Animation, Game Development, Post-Production, and Visual
     B.A. Literature in English
                                                                                     Effects. Students will develop professional portfolios, work in
	 •	 University	of	California,	Santa	Barbara                                         teams, and may participate in internships with industry part-
     B.A. English                                                                    ners when available.
	 •	 University	of	California,	Santa	Cruz                                                 While the Entertainment Technology certificate programs
     B.A. Literature                                                                 are designed as full-time programs, students may also attend
                                                                                     part-time. Courses are available during the day and evenings
	 •	 California	State	University,	Fullerton
                                                                                     Monday through Friday and during the day on Saturday. For
     B.A. English and Comparative Literature
                                                                                     additional information, please refer to www.academy.smc.edu.
	 •	 California	State	University,	Long	Beach
                                                                                          The Entertainment Technology program currently offers
     B.A. English
                                                                                     comprehensive Certificates of Achievement in Animation and
     Creative Writing option
                                                                                     Digital Media.
     English Education option
     World Literature option
                                                                                     assOCiate in arts Degree – 60 Units
	 •	 California	State	University,	Los	Angeles
                                                                                     The Associate degree in Animation involves satisfactory com-
     B.A. English
                                                                                     pletion of a minimum of 60 semester units with a C average or
     Single Subject Teaching option
                                                                                     higher, including at least 49 semester units in the Animation
     Creative Writing option




                                                                                                                                                               Areas of Emphasis
                                                                                     area of emphasis (articulated below), fulfillment of the Global
	 •	 California	State	University,	Northridge                                         Citizenship requirement, and fulfillment of all Santa Monica




                                                                                                                                                                  Majors and
     B.A. Creative Writing option                                                    College general education requirements, CSU GE, or IGETC.
     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 completed
with the following private and out-of-state institutions:
                                                                                     with a grade of C or higher.
	 •	 American	University	of	Paris,	France
     Comparative Literature                                                          animation (49 units)
     Literary Studies and Creative Arts                                                    The Animation Associate degree is a comprehensive study
                                                                                     of 2D and 3D animation techniques, taking four semesters of
	 •	 Arizona	State	University                                                        full-time study to complete.
     B.A. English
     B.A. English (Creative Writing)                                                 Required Core Courses: (34 units)
                                                                                         Entertainment Technology 2, Storytelling (3)
	 •	 California	College	of	the	Arts                                                      Entertainment Technology 3, Principles of Project
     Writing and Literature                                                                  Management (3)
	 •	 John	Cabot	University,	Rome,	Italy                                                  Entertainment Technology 18, Storyboarding (3)
     English Literature                                                                  Entertainment Technology 20, Visual Development (3)
     This university is US regionally accredited. See www.                               Entertainment Technology 24, 3D Fundamentals I (4)
        smc.edu/articulation for general education admission                             Entertainment Technology 31A, Digital Video
        requirements.                                                                        Fundamentals (3)
                                                                                         Entertainment Technology 37, Digital Imaging (3) (same
	 •	 Loyola	Marymount	University                                                             as Graphic Design 64)
     B.A. English                                                                        Entertainment Technology 40, Digital Audio
	 •	 Mills	College                                                                           Fundamentals (3)
     B.A. English, Literature emphasis                                                   Entertainment Technology 61, History of Animation (3)
     B.A. English, Writing emphasis                                                          (same as Graphic Design 74)
                                                                                         Entertainment Technology 72, Career Exploration (2)
	 •	 Mount	Saint	Mary’s	College                                                          Entertainment Technology 91, Perspective Drawing (2)
     B.A. English                                                                        Entertainment Technology 94, Color Theory (2)
                                                                                     Required Concentration; select one of the following areas: (total of 15

Entertainment                                                                        or 16 units as specified)
                                                                                          GROUP A: 2D Animation Concentration: 16 units

Technology                                                                                Entertainment Technology 19A, Beginning 2D Animation
                                                                                             (3)
                                                                                          Entertainment Technology 19B, Advanced 2D Animation
    The mission of the Entertainment Technology program is                                   (3)
to provide students with a comprehensive and well rounded                                 Entertainment Technology 30, Animation Project (4)
education in rapidly evolving media fields. The Entertain-                                Entertainment Technology 34, Web Animation I (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.
                      92        Santa Monica college catalog 2012-2013


                           Entertainment	Technology	75,	Digital	Production	for	2D	                               Entertainment Technology 18, Storyboarding (2)
                               Animation (3)                                                                     Entertainment Technology 31A, Digital Video Fundamen-
                            or                                                                                      tals (3)
                           GROUP B: 3D Animation Concentration: 16 units                                         Entertainment Technology 37, Digital Imaging (3) (same
                           Entertainment Technology 19A, Beginning 2D Animation                                     as Graphic Design 64)
                               (3)                                                                               Entertainment Technology 40, Digital Audio
                           Entertainment Technology 19B, Advanced 2D Animation                                      Fundamentals (3)
                               (3)                                                                               Entertainment Technology 94, Color Theory (2)
                           Entertainment Technology 24B, 3D Character Animation                                  Film Studies 1, Introduction to Cinema (3)
                               (3)
                           Entertainment Technology 24C, Advanced 3D Character                             Additional Required Courses:
                               Animation (3)                                                                   Entertainment Technology 31B, Digital Video Editing (3)
                           Entertainment Technology 30, Animation Project (4)                                  Entertainment Technology 32, Digital Compositing (3)
                            or                                                                                 Entertainment Technology 38, Digital Imaging II (3)
                           GROUP C: 3D Modeling Concentration: 16 units                                        Entertainment Technology 41, Digital Audio Editing (3)
                           Entertainment	Technology	25,	3D	Modeling	and	Rigging	                               Entertainment	Technology	58,	Motion	Graphics	I	(3)
                               (3)                                                                             Entertainment	Technology	59,	Motion	Graphics	II	(3)
                           Entertainment	Technology	25B,	3D	Character	Creation	                                Entertainment Technology 60, Post-Production Project
                               (3)                                                                                 (3)
                           Entertainment	Technology	25C,	3D	Character	Rigging	(3)
                           Entertainment Technology 26, 3D Rendering (3)                                   CertifiCates Of aChievement
                           Entertainment Technology 30, Animation Project (4)
Areas of Emphasis




                                                                                                               At	 least	 50%	 of	 the	 required	 units	 for	 a	 Certificate	 of	
                            or
                                                                                                           Achievement must be completed at Santa Monica College.
                           GROUP D: 3D Rendering Concentration: 16 units
   Majors and




                           Entertainment	Technology	25,	3D	Modeling	and	Rigging	                           Students must receive a grade of C or higher in each course to
                               (3)                                                                         successfully complete a Certificate of Achievement.
                           Entertainment Technology 26, 3D Rendering (3)
                           Entertainment Technology 30, Animation Project (4)                              animation (49 units)
                           Entertainment Technology 32, Digital Compositing (3)                                A Certificate of Achievement in Animation will be granted
                           Entertainment Technology 38, Digital Imaging II (3)                             upon completion of the major requirements listed above.
                            or
                           GROUP	E:	Digital	Effects	Concentration:	15	units                                Digital media (43 units)
                           Entertainment Technology 32, Digital Compositing (3)                                A Certificate of Achievement in Digital Media will be grant-
                           Entertainment Technology 63, Digital Tracking &                                 ed upon completion of the major requirements listed above.
                               Integration (3)
                           Entertainment Technology 64, Digital Effects I (3)                              Department CertifiCates
                           Entertainment	Technology	65,	Digital	Effects	II	(3)	or
                               Entertainment Technology 33, Advanced Digital                                    At	least	50%	of	the	required	units	for	a	Department	Certifi-
                               Compositing (3)                                                             cate must be completed at Santa Monica College.
                           Entertainment Technology 80, Digital Effects Project (3)                        Students must receive a grade of C or higher in each course to
                            or                                                                             successfully complete a Department Certificate.
                           GROUP F: 3D Game Design Concentration: 16 units
                           Entertainment	Technology	15,	Beginning	3D	Level	                                2D animation (16 units)
                               Design (3)                                                                      Entertainment Technology 19, Beginning 2D Animation
                           Entertainment Technology 17, Advanced 3D Level Design                                  (3)
                               (3)                                                                             Entertainment Technology 19B, Advanced 2D Animation
                           Entertainment Technology 42, Principles of Game                                        (3)
                               Development (3)                                                                 Entertainment Technology 30, Animation Project (4)
                           Entertainment Technology 44, Game Design/Play                                       Entertainment Technology 34, Web Animation I (3)
                               Mechanics (3)                                                                   Entertainment	Technology	75,	Digital	Production	for	2D	
                           Entertainment Technology 49, Game Development                                          Animation (3)
                               Project (4)
                                                                                                           3D animation (16 units)
                    Digital media (43 units)                                                                   Entertainment Technology 19, Beginning 2D Animation
                         Focusing on the design and implementation of digital                                     (3)
                    media for the entertainment industry, the Digital Media Associ-                            Entertainment Technology 19B, Advanced 2D Animation
                    ate degree covers a range of audio and video production and                                   (3)
                    post-production techniques.                                                                Entertainment Technology 24B, 3D Character Animation
                    Required Foundation Courses:                                                                  (3)
                        Entertainment Technology 2, Storytelling (3)                                           Entertainment Technology 24C, Advanced 3D Character
                        Entertainment Technology 3, Principles of Project                                         Animation (3)
                            Management (3)                                                                     Entertainment Technology 30, Animation Project (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.
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3D modeling (16 units)                                                                     Entertainment Technology 19A, Beginning 2D Animation
    Entertainment	Technology	25,	3D	Modeling	and	Rigging	                                     (3)
       (3)                                                                                 Entertainment Technology 24B, 3D Character Animation
    Entertainment	Technology	25B,	3D	Character	Creation	                                      1 (3)
       (3)                                                                                    or
    Entertainment	Technology	25C,	3D	Character	Rigging	(3)                                 GROUP C CONCENTRATION:
    Entertainment Technology 26, 3D Rendering (3)                                          Entertainment	Technology	25,	3D	Modeling	(3)
    Entertainment Technology 30, Animation Project (4)                                        or
3D rendering (16 units)                                                                    GROUP D CONCENTRATION:
    Entertainment	Technology	25,	3D	Modeling	and	Rigging	                                  Entertainment	Technology	25,	3D	Modeling	(3)
       (3)                                                                                 Entertainment Technology 32, Digital Compositing (3)
    Entertainment Technology 26, 3D Rendering (3)                                             or
    Entertainment Technology 30, Animation Project (4)                                     GROUP E CONCENTRATION:
    Entertainment Technology 32, Digital Compositing (3)                                   Entertainment Technology 32, Digital Compositing (3)
    Entertainment Technology 38, Digital Imaging II (3)                                    Entertainment Technology 64, Digital Effects 1 (3)
                                                                                              or
Digital effects (15 units)                                                                 GROUP F CONCENTRATION:
    Entertainment Technology 32, Digital Compositing (3)                                   Entertainment	Technology	15,	Beginning	3D	Level	
    Entertainment Technology 63, Digital Tracking and                                         Design (3)
        Integration (3)                                                                    Entertainment Technology 42, Principles of Game
    Entertainment Technology 64, Digital Effects I (3)                                        Development (3)
    Entertainment	Technology	65,	Digital	Effects	II	(3)	or




                                                                                                                                                         Areas of Emphasis
        Entertainment Technology 33, Advanced Digital                                INTERSESSION 2
        Compositing (3)                                                                  Entertainment Technology 3, Project Management (3)




                                                                                                                                                            Majors and
    Entertainment Technology 80, Digital Effects Project (3)                         SEMESTER 3
game Design (16 units)                                                                   Entertainment Technology 20, Visual Development (3)
   Entertainment	Technology	15,	Beginning	3D	Level	                                      Entertainment Technology 40, Digital Audio
      Design (3)                                                                            Fundamentals (3)
   Entertainment Technology 17, Advanced 3D Level Design                             And one of the following concentrations:
      (3)                                                                                GROUP A CONCENTRATION:
   Entertainment Technology 42, Principles of Game                                       Entertainment Technology 19B, Advanced 2D Animation
      Development (3)                                                                       (3)
   Entertainment Technology 44, Game Design/Play                                         Entertainment	Technology	75,	Digital	Production	for	2D	
      Mechanics (3)                                                                         Animation (3)
   Entertainment Technology 49, Game Development                                            or
      Project (4)                                                                        GROUP B CONCENTRATION:
                                                                                         Entertainment Technology 19B, Advanced 2D Animation
sUggesteD animatiOn CertifiCate Of aChievement                                              (3)
seQUenCe (49-50 Units)                                                                   Entertainment Technology 24C, 3D Character Animation
SEMESTER 1                                                                                  (3)
   Entertainment Technology 2, Storytelling (3)                                             or
   Entertainment Technology 18, Digital Storyboarding (3)                                GROUP C CONCENTRATION:
   Entertainment Technology 24, 3D Fundamentals (4)                                      Entertainment	Technology	25B,	3D	Character	Creation	
   Entertainment Technology 91, Perspective Drawing (2)                                     (3)
   Entertainment Technology 94, Color Theory (2)                                         Entertainment	Technology	25C,	3D	Character	Rigging	(3)
                                                                                            or
INTERSESSION 1                                                                           GROUP D CONCENTRATION:
    Entertainment Technology 61, History of Animation (3)                                Entertainment Technology 26, 3D Rendering (3)
       (same as Graphic Design 74)                                                       Entertainment Technology 38, Digital Imaging for Design
SEMESTER 2                                                                                  2 (3)
    Entertainment Technology 31A, Digital Video                                             or
       Fundamentals (3)                                                                  GROUP E CONCENTRATION:
    Entertainment Technology 37, Digital Imaging for Design                              Entertainment Technology 63, Digital Tracking and
       (3) (same as Graphic Design 64)                                                      Integration (3)
And one of the following concentrations:                                                 Entertainment	Technology	65,	Digital	Effects	2	(3)
    GROUP A CONCENTRATION:                                                                  or
    Entertainment Technology 19A, Beginning 2D Animation                                 GROUP F CONCENTRATION:
       (3)                                                                               Entertainment Technology 17, Advanced 3D Level Design
    Entertainment Technology 34, Web Animation 1 (3)                                        (3)
       or                                                                                Entertainment Technology 44, Game Design/Play
    GROUP B CONCENTRATION:                                                                  Mechanics (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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                    INTERSESSION 3                                                                        Santa Monica College has articulation agreements for this
                        Entertainment Technology 72, Career Development (2)                               major with the following UC, CSU, and private institutions.
                                                                                                          Exact major requirements for these and other UC and CSU
                    SEMESTER 4
                                                                                                          campuses can be found online at www.assist.org. Articulation
                       GROUP A-D CONCENTRATION:
                                                                                                          agreements with private institutions can be found online at
                       Entertainment Technology 30, Animation Project (4)
                                                                                                          www.smc.edu/articulation.
                          or
                       GROUP E CONCENTRATION:                                                             	 •	 University	of	California,	Berkeley
                       Entertainment Technology 80, Digital Effects Project (3)                                B.A. Environmental Economics and Policy
                          or                                                                                   B.S. Environmental Economics and Policy
                       GROUP F CONCENTRATION:                                                                  B.S. Environmental Engineering Science
                       Entertainment Technology 49, Game Development                                           Environmental Science, Policy, and Management (ESPM)
                          Project (4)                                                                          B.S. Environmental Sciences. Students select an emphasis
                                                                                                                  in one of three disciplinary fields: Biological Sciences,
                                                                                                                  Physical Sciences or Social Sciences.

                    Environmental                                                                         	 •	 University	of	California,	Davis

                    Studies and
                                                                                                               B.S. Environmental Science and Management
                                                                                                               B.S. Environmental Horticulture and Urban Forestry
                                                                                                               B.S. Environmental Policy Analysis & Planning
                    Environmental                                                                              B.S. Environmental Toxicology


                    Science
                                                                                                          	 •	 University	of	California,	Irvine
Areas of Emphasis




                                                                                                               Environmental Analysis and Design
                                                                                                               Environmental Engineering
   Majors and




                          The Environmental Studies Program is an interdisciplin-                         	 •	 University	of	California,	Los	Angeles
                    ary and multidisciplinary course of study that presents a broad                            B.A. Earth and Environmental Studies
                    overview of ecological issues from a variety of perspectives.                              B.S. Earth & Environmental Science
                    The coursework examines the interplay between natural and                                  Environmental Engineering
                    social systems, and the ideological foundations of humankind’s
                    attitudes and behaviors with respect to their ever-changing                           	 •	 University	of	California,	Santa	Barbara
                    environments. This program is designed to prepare students to                              B.A. Environmental Studies
                    research, analyze, and propose solutions to the myriad environ-                            B.S. Environmental Studies
                    mental challenges facing the world today.                                             	 •	 University	of	California,	Santa	Cruz
                                                                                                               B.A. Environmental Studies
                          The Environmental Science Program is an interdisci-
                    plinary and multidisciplinary course of study that presents an                        	 •	 California	State	University,	Long	Beach
                    overview of ecological issues from a scientific perspective. With                          B.A. Environmental Science and Policy
                    a broad foundation across the natural sciences, the coursework                             B.S. Environmental Science and Policy
                    examines the interrelated nature of environmental and social
                                                                                                          	 •	 San	Francisco	State	University
                    systems. This program is designed to equip students with the
                                                                                                               B.A. Environmental Studies
                    skills and tools to successfully use the scientific method while
                                                                                                               B.S. Environmental Studies
                    studying and solving environmental problems.
                                                                                                               Earth Environmental Science concentration
                         The Environmental Studies and Environmental Science                                   Natural Resources Management and Conservation
                    degrees correlate with some of the lower division courses                                     concentration
                    required to transfer into Environmental Studies or Environ-
                                                                                                              Santa Monica College has articulation agreements for this
                    mental Science Programs (or related disciplines) at several                           major (see www.smc.edu/articulation for exact requirements)
                    four-year institutions. The Environmental Studies Certificate of                      with the following private and out-of-state institutions:
                    Achievement demonstrates completion of all required course-
                    work in the Environmental Studies area of emphasis. The Envi-                         	 •	 Loyola	Marymount	University
                    ronmental Science Certificate of Achievement demonstrates                                  B.S. Environmental Science
                    completion of all required coursework in the Environmental                            	 •	 Mills	College
                    Science area of emphasis.                                                                  B.A. Environmental Science
                        These majors may also lead to many other careers. For
                    additional possibilities, visit the Career Services Center on                         assOCiate Degree – 60 Units
                    campus to utilize computerized career information systems and
                                                                                                          The Associate degree in Environmental Science involves satis-
                    other valuable career resources.
                                                                                                          factory completion of a minimum of 60 semester units with a
                                                                                                          C average or higher, including at least 39 semester units in the
                    transfer
                                                                                                          Environmental Science area of emphasis (articulated below),
                         Students planning to transfer to a four-year college should                      fulfillment of the Global Citizenship requirement, and fulfill-
                    complete the lower-division major requirements and the gen-                           ment of all Santa Monica College general education require-
                    eral education pattern for the appropriate transfer institution.                      ments, CSU GE, or 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.
                                                                            Santa Monica college catalog 2012-2013                                   95


   At least 50% of the area of emphasis (major) units                                       Geology 1, Introduction to Physical Geology (No Labora-
must be completed at Santa Monica College.                                                    tory) (3)
                                                                                            Geology 4, Physical Geology with Laboratory (4)
Each course in the area of emphasis (major) must be completed
                                                                                            Geology 31, Introduction to Physical Oceanography (3)
with a grade of C or higher.
                                                                                      Social Science: (6 units required, as specified)
environmental studies (24 units)                                                      GROUP A:
     Program Learning Outcomes: After completing the                                       Select one course from the following:
program in Environmental Studies, students will demonstrate                                Economics 1, Principles of Microeconomics (3)
through oral and written work a familiarity with both gov-                                 Economics 2, Principles of Macroeconomics (3)
ernmental and non-governmental efforts focused on environ-                                 Political Science 1, National and California Government
mental issues and be prepared to pursue further study in an                                    (3)
Environmental Studies program (or related field of study) at                          GROUP B:
the baccalaureate level. In addition, students will be proficient                          Select one course from the following:
in the research, analytical, and communication skills necessary                            Anthropology 2, Cultural Anthropology (3)
to present a critical analysis of the interplay between natural                            Environmental Science 20, Environmental Ethics (3)
and social systems, the attitudes and behaviors that impact and                                (same as Philosophy 20)
affect the environment, and proposed solutions to the myriad                               Environmental Science 40, Environmental Psychology (3)
environmental challenges facing the world today.                                               (same as Psychology 40)
                                                                                           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)




                                                                                                                                                          Areas of Emphasis
    Environmental Studies 7, Introduction to Environmental                                 Geography 11, World Geography (3)
        Studies (3) (same as Geography 7)                                                  Geography 14, Geography of California (3)




                                                                                                                                                             Majors and
Select one course from the following:                                                      Political Science 22, Environmental Politics and Policies
     Environmental Science 20, Environmental Ethics (3)                                        (3)
         (same as Philosophy 20)                                                           Psychology 1, General Psychology (3)
     Environmental Science 40, Environmental Psychology (3)                                Sociology 1, Introduction to Sociology (3) or Sociology 1
         (same as Psychology 40)                                                               S, Introduction to Sociology-Service Learning (3)
     Political Science 22, Environmental Politics and Policies                             Sociology 2, Social Problems (3) or Sociology 2 S, Social
         (3)                                                                                   Problems-Service Learning (3)

Field Studies/Applied: (3 units)                                                      environmental science (39 units)
     Biology	45A-Z,	Field	Studies	in	Natural	History	(0.5-3)                               Program Learning Outcomes: After completing the
     Biology	46A-Z,	Field	Studies	in	Natural	History	(0.5-3)                          program in Environmental Science, students will demonstrate
     Botany 3, Field Botany (4)                                                       through oral and written work a familiarity with both gov-
     Environmental Studies 88A-C, Independent Studies in                              ernmental and non-governmental efforts focused on environ-
         Environmental Studies (1-3)                                                  mental issues and be prepared to pursue further study in an
     Geography 20, Introduction to Geographic Information                             Environmental Science program (or related field of study) at
         Systems (3) (same as Geographic Information Systems                          the baccalaureate level. In addition students will be proficient
         20)                                                                          in the research, analytical, and communication skills necessary
     Geography	35F,	Field	Study:	California	(1)                                       to present a critical analysis of the interplay between natural
     Geography	35S,	Geography	Field	Studies	(1)                                       and social systems, the attitudes and behaviors that impact and
     Geology	35,	Field	Studies:	California	(1-3)                                      affect the environment, and proposed solutions to the myriad
     Zoology 20, Vertebrate Field Studies (3)                                         environmental challenges facing the world today.
Ecology/Physical Science/Natural Science: (3 units)                                   Required Core Courses: (6 units)
     Biology 3, Fundamentals of Biology (4)                                               Biology 9, Environmental Biology (3)
     Biology	15,	Marine	Biology	with	Laboratory	(4)                                       Environmental Studies 7, Introduction to Environmental
     Biology	15N,	Marine	Biology	(No-Laboratory	(3)                                           Studies (3) (same as Geography 7)
     Biology 21, Cell Biology and Evolution (4)
                                                                                      Field Studies/Applied: (3 units minimum)
     Botany 1, General Botany (4)
                                                                                           Biology	45A-Z,	Field	Studies	in	Natural	History	(0.5-3)
     Chemistry	9,	Everyday	Chemistry	(5)
                                                                                           Biology	46A-Z,	Field	Studies	in	Natural	History	(0.5-3)
     Chemistry	10,	Introductory	General	Chemistry	(5)
                                                                                           Botany 3, Field Botany (4)
     Physics 6, General Physics (4)
                                                                                           Environmental Studies 88A-C, Independent Studies in
     Physics 8, General Physics with Calculus (4)
                                                                                               Environmental Studies (1-3)
     Physics 14, Introductory Physics with Laboratory (4)
                                                                                           Geography 20, Introduction to Geographic Information
     Zoology	5,	Introductory	Zoology	(4)
                                                                                               Systems (3) (same as CIS 20 and GIS 20)
Earth Science: (3 units)                                                                   Geography	35F,	Field	Study:	California	(1)
     Geography 1, Introduction to Natural Environmental (3)                                Geography	35S,	Geography	Field	Studies	(1)
     Geography 3, Weather and Climate (3)                                                  Geology	35,	Field	Studies:	California	(1-3)
     Geography	5,	Physical	Geography	with	Laboratory	(4)                                   Zoology 20, Vertebrate Field 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.
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                    Ecology/Physical Science/Natural Science: (4 units)                                    Students must receive a grade of C or higher in each course to
                         Biology 3, Fundamentals of Biology (4)                                            successfully complete a Certificate of Achievement.
                         Biology	15,	Marine	Biology	with	Laboratory	(4)
                                                                                                           environmental studies (24 units)
                         Biology 21, Cell Biology and Evolution (4)
                                                                                                               A Certificate of Achievement in Environmental Studies is
                         Botany 1, General Botany (4)
                                                                                                           granted upon completion of 24 required units listed on the
                         Zoology	5,	Introductory	Zoology	(4)
                                                                                                           Environmental Studies Associate degree.
                    Physical Science: Chemistry (5 units)
                         Chemistry	10,	Introductory	General	Chemistry	(5)                                  environmental science (39 units)
                         Chemistry	11,	General	Chemistry	I	(5)                                                  A Certificate of Achievement in Environmental Science
                                                                                                           is granted upon completion of 39 required units listed on the
                    Physical Science: Physics (4 units)                                                    Environmental Science Associate degree.
                         Physics 6, General Physics (4)

                                                                                                           Ethnic Studies
                         Physics 7, General Physics (4)
                         Physics 8, General Physics with Calculus (4)
                         Physics 14, Introductory Physics with Laboratory (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 Labora-
                                                                                                           one or more ethnic groups and their contribution to American
                            tory) (3)
                                                                                                           culture. Ethnic Studies programs are usually interdisciplinary:
Areas of Emphasis




                         Geology 4, Physical Geology with Laboratory (4)
                                                                                                           The historical, cultural, social, political, economic, psychologi-
                         Geology 31, Introduction to Physical Oceanography (3)
   Majors and




                                                                                                           cal, and literary patterns and contributions of ethnic groups are
                    Mathematics: (8 units required, as specified)                                          studied.
                        Math	28,	Calculus	1	for	Business	and	Social	Science	(5)	                                 This major may also lead to many other careers. For addi-
                          and Math 29, Calculus 2 for Business and Social                                  tional possibilities, visit the Career Services Center on campus
                          Science (3) or                                                                   for access to computerized career information systems and
                        Math	7,	Calculus	1	(5)	and	Math	8,	Calculus	2	(5)                                  other valuable career resources.
                    Social Science: (6 units required, as specified)                                       assOCiate Degree – 60 Units
                    GROUP A:
                         Select one course from the following:                                             The Associate degree in Ethnic Studies involves satisfactory
                         Economics 1, Principles of Microeconomics (3)                                     completion of a minimum of 60 semester units with a C aver-
                         Economics 2, Principles of Macroeconomics (3)                                     age or higher, including at least 24 semester units in the Ethnic
                         Political Science 1, National and California Government                           Studies area of emphasis (articulated below), fulfillment of the
                             (3)                                                                           Global Citizenship requirement, and fulfillment of all Santa
                    GROUP B:                                                                               Monica College general education requirements, CSU GE, or
                         Select one course from the following:                                             IGETC.
                         Anthropology 2, Cultural Anthropology (3)                                            At least 50% of the area of emphasis (major) units
                         Environmental Science 20, Environmental Ethics (3)                                must be completed at Santa Monica College.
                             (same as Philosophy 20)
                         Environmental Science 40, Environmental Psychology (3)                            Each course in the area of emphasis (major) must be completed
                             (same as Psychology 40)                                                       with a grade of C or higher.
                         Geography 2, Introduction to Human Geography (3)                                  Please note: For the Ethnic Studies area of emphasis, it is
                         Geography 8, Introduction to Urban Studies (3) (same as                           HIGHLY RECOMMENDED (though not required) that stu-
                             Urban Studies 8)                                                              dents complete two years of one foreign language in high
                         Geography 11, World Geography (3) (same as Global                                 school or at least the first semester at Santa Monica College of a
                             Studies 11)                                                                   foreign language selected from the following courses: Arabic 1,
                         Geography 14, Geography of California (3)                                         Chinese 1; Hebrew 1; Japanese 1; Korean 1; Persian 1; Spanish
                         Political Science 22, Environmental Politics and Policies                         1 or 11.
                             (3)
                         Psychology 1, General Psychology (3)                                              ethnic studies (24 units)
                         Sociology 1, Introduction to Sociology (3) or Sociology 1                              Program Learning Outcomes: After completing the
                             S, Introduction to Sociology-Service Learning (3)                             program in Ethnic Studies, students will demonstrate through
                         Sociology 2, Social Problems (3) or Sociology 2 S, Social                         oral and written work a familiarity with the social experiences
                             Problems-Service Learning (3)                                                 and the contributions of various racial and ethnic groups to US
                                                                                                           society, and be prepared to pursue further study in an Ethnic
                    CertifiCates Of aChievement
                                                                                                           Studies program (or related field of study) at the baccalaureate
                        At	 least	 50%	 of	 the	 required	 units	 for	 a	 Certificate	 of	                 level. In addition, students will be proficient in the research,
                    Achievement must be completed at Santa Monica College.                                 analytical, and communication skills necessary to present criti-
                                        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 2012-2013                                     97


cal analysis regarding racial and ethnic group relations in the                        Students must receive a grade of C or higher in each course to
US.                                                                                    successfully complete a Certificate of Achievement.
Required Core Courses: (12 units)                                                      ethnic studies (24 units)
    English 10, Ethnic Literature of the US (3)                                        A Certificate of Achievement in Ethnic Studies is granted upon
    History 10, Ethnicity and American Culture (3)                                     completion of 24 required units listed in the Ethnic Studies Associate
    Political Science 21, Race, Ethnicity, and the Politics of                         degree.
        Difference (3)
    Sociology 34, Racial and Ethnic Relations in American
        Society (3)                                                                    Fashion Design and
Arts: (3 units)
      Art History 72, American Art History (3) (formerly Art 72)                       Merchandising
      Dance 2, Dance in American Culture (3)
      Music 33, Jazz in American Culture (3)                                                Fashion merchandisers select, purchase, promote, and sell
      Music 37, Music in American Culture (3)                                          clothing and accessories. They study fashion trends and visit
                                                                                       manufacturers and merchandise markets. They work as part
Inter-Ethnic Studies: (3 units)                                                        of a team and consult with managers and buyers, advise the
     Anthropology 2, Cultural Anthropology (3)                                         advertising and display departments, and organize and coor-
     Communication Studies 14, Oral Interpretation: Perform-                           dinate promotional activities such as fashion shows. They may
         ing Literature Across Cultures (3) (formerly Speech 4)                        advance to become buyers and purchasing agents, sales repre-
     Communication Studies 37, Intercultural Communica-                                sentatives, and managers. Clothes designers create new apparel
         tion (3) (formerly Speech 7)                                                  and accessory designs. They may sketch the garment, cut the




                                                                                                                                                                Areas of Emphasis
     Early Childhood Education 18, Childhood: Culture and                              pattern, select the fabric and materials, and in some cases con-
         Personality (3) (same as Psychology 18)                                       struct the sample garment. They may arrange for the showing of




                                                                                                                                                                   Majors and
     Film Studies 7, American Cinema: Crossing Cultures (3)                            a line at sales meetings or fashion shows.
     Geography 2, Introduction to Human Geography (3)
                                                                                            This major may also lead to many other careers. For addi-
     Geography 14, Geography of California (3)
                                                                                       tional possibilities, visit the Career Services Center on campus
     Media Studies 10, Journalism, Gender, and Race (3) (for-
                                                                                       to utilize computerized career information systems and other
         merly Communication 10)
                                                                                       valuable career resources.
     Nutrition 7, Food and Culture in America (3)
     Psychology 18, Childhood: Culture and Personality (3)                             transfer
         (same as Early Childhood Education 18)
                                                                                            Students planning to transfer to a four-year college should
     Sociology 1, Introduction to Sociology (3) or Sociology
                                                                                       complete the lower-division major requirements and the gen-
         1S, Introduction to Sociology–Service Learning (3)
                                                                                       eral education pattern for the appropriate transfer institution.
Intra-Ethnic Studies: 6 units required – no more than 3 units from                     Santa Monica College has articulation agreements for this
one discipline                                                                         major with the following UC, CSU, and private institutions.
     Art:                                                                              Exact major requirements for these and other UC and CSU
     Art History 71, African American Art History (3) (formerly                        campuses can be found online at www.assist.org. Articulation
         Art 71)                                                                       agreements with private institutions can be found online at
     English:                                                                          www.smc.edu/articulation.
     English 34, African-American Literature (3)
                                                                                       	 •	 University	of	California,	Davis
     English 41, Asian American Literature (3)
                                                                                            B.S. Textile Clothing (Marketing)
     English	53,	Latino	Literature	in	the	United	States	(3)
                                                                                            B.S. Textile Clothing (Textile Science)
     English	54,	Native	American	Literature	(3)
     History:                                                                          	 •	 California	State	Polytechnic	University,	Pomona
     History 16, African American History (3)                                               Apparel Merchandising and Management/Apparel
     History 41, Native American History (3)                                                   Production
     History 42, The Latina(o) Experience in the United States                              Fashion Design Management track
         (3)                                                                                International Apparel Management track
     History 43, Mexican-American History (3)                                          	 •	 California	State	University,	Long	Beach
     History 62, Asian American History (3)                                                 B.A. in Family and Consumer Sciences with Option in
     Sociology:                                                                                Fashion Merchandising
     Sociology 30, African Americans in Contemporary Society                                B.A. in Family and Consumer Sciences with Option in
         (3)                                                                                   Textiles and Clothing
     Sociology 31, Latinas/os in Contemporary Society (3)
     Sociology 32, Asian Americans in Contemporary Society                             	 •	 California	State	University,	Los	Angeles
         (3)                                                                                B.A. Art
                                                                                            Fashion and Textiles option
CertifiCate Of aChievement
                                                                                       	 •	 California	State	University,	Northridge
    At	 least	 50%	 of	 the	 required	 units	 for	 a	 Certificate	 of	                      B.S. Family and Consumer Sciences
Achievement must be completed at Santa Monica College.                                      Apparel Design and Merchandising 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.
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                        Santa Monica College has articulation agreements for this                                Fashion 17, Apparel Production manufacturing Tech-
                    major (see www.smc.edu/articulation for exact requirements)                                     niques (3)
                    with the following private and out-of-state institutions:                                    Fashion 18, Computer Assisted Fashion Illustrator and
                    	 •	 Academy	of	Art	University,	San	Francisco                                                   Design (2)
                         B.F.A. Fashion Design and Illustration                                                  Fashion 19, Fashion Marketing (3)
                                                                                                                 Fashion 20, Window Display for Fashion (3)
                    	 •	 California	College	of	the	Arts
                         Fashion Design
                                                                                                           fashion merchandising (40 units)
                    	 •	 Mount	Ida	College
                                                                                                                 REQUIRED	BASIC	CORE	COURSES:	(9	units)
                         B.S. Fashion Design
                                                                                                                 Fashion 1, Fashion Trends and Design (3)
                         B.S. Fashion Merchandising – Merchandising and Market-
                            ing                                                                                  Fashion 3, Apparel Construction (3)
                                                                                                                 Fashion 9A, Fashion Illustration & Merchandising (3,3)
                    assOCiate Degree – 60 Units
                                                                                                                 SECOND LEVEL COURSES:
                    The Associate degree in Fashion Design & Merchandising                                       Fashion 2, Color Analysis (3)
                    involves satisfactory completion of a minimum of 60 semester                                 Fashion	5,	Fashion	Buying	(3)	
                    units with a C average or higher, including at least 40 semes-                               Fashion 6A, Pattern Analysis and Design (2,2)
                    ter units in the Fashion Design area of emphasis (articulated
                    below), fulfillment of the Global Citizenship requirement,                                   THIRD LEVEL COURSES
                    and fulfillment of all Santa Monica College general education                                Fashion 7, Fabrics for Fashion Design and Merchandising
                    requirements, CSU GE, or IGETC.                                                                 (3)
Areas of Emphasis




                                                                                                                 Fashion 12, Fashion Show Production (3)
                       At least 50% of the area of emphasis (major) units
                                                                                                                 Fashion 19, Fashion Marketing (3)
   Majors and




                    must be completed at Santa Monica College.
                    Each course in the area of emphasis (major) must be completed                                FOURTH LEVEL COURSES
                    with a grade of C or higher.                                                                 Fashion 8, History of Fashion Design (3)
                                                                                                                 Fashion 9B, Advanced Fashion Illustration and Advertis-
                    fashion Design (40 units)                                                                       ing (2)
                                                                                                                 Fashion	15,	Ethnic	Fashion	(3)	
                           REQUIRED	BASIC	CORE	COURSES:	(9	units)
                           Fashion 1, Trends and Design (3)                                                     Select additional elective courses to bring the total to 40 units
                           Fashion 3, Apparel Construction (3)                                             from the following:
                           Fashion 9A, Fashion Illustration & Merchandising (3)                                 Art 10A, Design I (3,3)
                           SECOND LEVEL COURSES: (11-12 units)                                                  Art 20B, Drawing II (3,3)
                           Fashion 2, Color Analysis (3)                                                        Business 31, Business English Fundamentals (3)
                           Fashion	5,	Fashion	Buying	(3)	                                                       Business 63, Principles of entrepreneurship (3)
                           Fashion 10, Advanced Design & Construction (3)                                       CIS 1, Computer Concepts with Applications (3)
                           Fashion 13, Draping I (3) or Fashion 6A, Pattern Analysis                            Fashion 6B, Pattern Drafting and Design (Intermediate)
                              & Design (2)                                                                         (3)
                           THIRD LEVEL COURSES                                                                  Fashion 11, Tailoring (2)
                           Fashion 6B, Pattern Drafting and Design (Intermediate)                               Fashion 14, Draping II (3)
                              (3)                                                                               Fashion	15,	Ethnic	Fashion	(3)	
                           Fashion 11, Tailoring (2)                                                            Fashion 16, Pattern Grading (2)
                           Fashion 14, Draping II (3)                                                           Fashion 17, Apparel Production Manufacturing Tech-
                           Elective                                                                                niques (3)
                           FOURTH LEVEL COURSES                                                                 Fashion 18, Computer Assisted Fashion Illustrator and
                           Fashion 7, Fabrics for Fashion Design and Merchandising                                 Design (2)
                              (3)                                                                               Fashion 20, Window Display for Fashion (3)
                           Fashion 8, History of Fashion Design (3)
                           Fashion 12, Fashion Show Production (3)                                         CertifiCates Of aChievement
                           Elective
                                                                                                               At	 least	 50%	 of	 the	 required	 units	 for	 a	 Certificate	 of	
                         Select additional elective courses to bring the total to 40 units                 Achievement must be completed at Santa Monica College.
                    from the following:
                         Art 10A, Design I (3,3)                                                           Students must receive a grade of C or higher in each course to
                         Art 20B, Drawing II (3,3)                                                         successfully complete a Certificate of Achievement.
                         Business 63, Principles of entrepreneurship (3)
                         Fashion 9B, Advanced Fashion Illustration and Advertis-                           fashion Design (40 units)
                            ing (2)                                                                            A Certificate of Achievement in Fashion Design is granted
                         Fashion	15,	Ethnic	Fashion	(3)	                                                   upon completion of 40 units from the courses in the major
                         Fashion 16, Pattern Grading (2)                                                   above.
                                        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 merchandising (40 units)                                                      	 •	 Loyola	Marymount	University
    A Certificate of Achievement in Fashion Merchandising is                               B.A. Production, Film and Television
granted upon completion of 40 units from the courses in the                                B.A. Recording Arts
major above.                                                                               B.A. Screenwriting
                                                                                      	 •	 University	of	Southern	California	(USC)
                                                                                           B.A. Film Production
Film Studies                                                                              Other colleges/universities that offer degrees in film/
                                                                                      cinema are listed below. See www.assist.org or the department
Formerly	Cinema                                                                       website for details.
    The objectives of this program are to prepare students for                        	 •	 Anglia	Ruskin	University,	Cambridge,	ENGLAND
upper division study at a four-year college and/or to earn an                              B.A. (Hon) Film Studies
Associate degree.
                                                                                      	 •	 California	State	University,	Long	Beach
transfer                                                                                   Film and Electronic Arts department website: www.csulb.
      Students planning to transfer to a four-year college should                             edu/depts/fea
complete the lower-division major requirements and the gen-                           	 •	 Chapman	University
eral education pattern for the appropriate transfer institution.                           Film Production department website: ftv.chapman.edu/
Santa Monica College has articulation agreements for this                                     prospective/undergraduate/production.cfm
major with the following UC, CSU, private, and international                               Transfer information: www.chapman.edu/admission/
institutions. Exact major requirements for these and other                                    transfer.asp




                                                                                                                                                           Areas of Emphasis
UC and CSU campuses can be found online at www.assist.org.
                                                                                      	 •	 San	Francisco	State	University
Articulation agreements with private institutions can be found
                                                                                           B.A. Cinema department website: www.sfsu.edu/~bulletin/




                                                                                                                                                              Majors and
online at www.smc.edu/articulation.
                                                                                              current/programs/cinema.htm#785
	 •	 University	of	California,	Los	Angeles	
     B.A. Film and Television                                                         assOCiate Degree – 60 Units

	 •	 University	of	California,	Riverside	                                             The Associate degree in Film Studies involves satisfactory
                                                                                      completion of a minimum of 60 semester units fulfillment
     B.A. Film and Visual Culture
                                                                                      of the Global Citizenship requirement, and fulfillment of all
	 •	 University	of	California,	Santa	Barbara	                                         Santa Monica College general education requirements, CSU
     B.A. Media & Cultural Studies (formerly B.A. Film and                            GE, or IGETC.
        Visual Culture)
                                                                                         At least 50% of the area of emphasis (major) units
	 •	 University	of	California,	Santa	Cruz	                                            must be completed at Santa Monica College.
     B.A. Film and Digital Media
                                                                                      Each course in the area of emphasis (major) must be completed
     Production concentration
                                                                                      with a grade of C or higher.
	 •	 California	State	University,	Long	Beach
     B.A. Film and Electronic Arts                                                    film studies (21 units)
                                                                                      Required Courses: (9-12 units)
	 •	 California	State	University,	Northridge
                                                                                          Film Studies 1, Film Appreciation: Introduction to Film
     Cinema and Television Arts                                                               (3) (formerly Cinema 9)
     Film Production option                                                               Film Studies 2, History of the Motion Pictures (3) (for-
     Multimedia Production option                                                             merly Cinema 1)
     Media Theory and Criticism option                                                    Film	Studies	5,	Film	and	Society	(3,3)	(formerly Cinema 5)
     Radio Production option                                                              Please note: Film Studies 1 (formerly Cinema 9) is intended as
     Screenwriting option                                                                 a beginning course to introduce students to film studies.
     Television Production option
                                                                                      Additional courses to total 21 units must be selected from:
	 •	 San	Diego	State	University                                                           Entertainment Technology 61, History of Animation (3)
     B.S. Television, Film and New Media Production                                           (same as Graphic Design 74)
    Santa Monica College has articulation agreements for this                             Film Studies 6, Women in Film (3) (formerly Cinema 8)
major (see www.smc.edu/articulation for exact requirements)                               Film Studies 7, American Cinema: Crossing Cultures (3)
with the following private and out-of-state institutions:                                     (formerly Cinema 7)
                                                                                          Film Studies 8, The Popular Film Genres (3,3) (formerly
	 •	 Academy	of	Art	University,	San	Francisco                                                 Cinema 2)
     B.F.A. Cinematography and Production                                                 Film Studies 9, The Great Film-Makers (3,3) (formerly
                                                                                              Cinema 4)
	 •	 American	University	of	Paris,	France
                                                                                          Film Studies 10, Film Criticism and Interpretation (3)
     Film Studies
                                                                                              (formerly Cinema 10)
	 •	 California	College	of	the	Arts                                                       Film Studies 11, Literature to Film (3) (same as English
     Film                                                                                     11)
                   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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                         Film Studies 20, Introduction to Scriptwriting (3)                                      Psychology 2
                            (formerly Cinema 11A)                                                                Zoology	5,	17
                         Film Studies 21, Advanced Scriptwriting (3) (formerly
                            Cinema 11B)                                                                          ( ) Courses in parentheses are no longer offered.
                         Film Studies 30, Production Planning for Film and Video

                                                                                                           Geography
                            (3) (formerly Cinema 3)
                         Film Studies 31, Introduction to Digital Film Making (3)
                         Film Studies 32, Advanced Digital Filmmaking (4)
                         Film Studies 33, Directing the Short Film (3)                                          Geographers study the distribution of people in rela-
                                                                                                           tion to land and other natural resources. They examine the


                    General Science
                                                                                                           distribution of land forms, study climate, soils, or vegetation,
                                                                                                           analyze resources such as water and minerals, or they may
                                                                                                           study political organizations, transportation systems, marketing
                                                                                                           systems, patterns of industrial development, housing, or public
                    assOCiate Degree – 60 Units
                                                                                                           health. Additional careers include cartographer, demographer,
                    The Associate degree in General Science involves satisfactory                          geographic information specialist, hazardous waste planner,
                    completion of a minimum of 60 semester units with a C aver-                            hydrologist, urban planner and environmental impact analyst.
                    age or higher, including at least 20 semester units in the General                          This major may also lead to many other careers. For addi-
                    Science area of emphasis (articulated below), fulfillment of the
                                                                                                           tional possibilities, visit the Career Services Center on campus
                    Global Citizenship requirement, and fulfillment of all Santa
                                                                                                           to utilize computerized career information systems and other
                    Monica College general education requirements, CSU GE, or
Areas of Emphasis




                    IGETC.                                                                                 valuable career resources.
   Majors and




                       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 completed                          complete the lower-division major requirements and the gen-
                    with a grade of C or higher.                                                           eral education pattern for the appropriate transfer institution.
                                                                                                           Santa Monica College has articulation agreements for this
                    general science (20 units)
                                                                                                           major with the following UC, CSU, and private institutions.
                         Program Learning Outcomes: Students completing a
                                                                                                           Exact major requirements for these and other UC and CSU
                    degree in General Science will demonstrate through oral, writ-
                                                                                                           campuses can be found online at www.assist.org. Articulation
                    ten, and laboratory-based academic work knowledge of the
                    physical and life sciences, and be prepared to pursue further                          agreements with private institutions can be found online at
                    study in a science major at the baccalaureate level. Students will                     www.smc.edu/articulation.
                    be proficient in the scientific method, research, analytical, and                      	 •	 University	of	California,	Berkeley
                    communication skills necessary to present a critical analysis of                            B.A. Geography
                    scientific phenomena and devise solutions.
                                                                                                           	 •	 University	of	California,	Los	Angeles
                    Select 20 units from the following three groups:
                                                                                                                B.A. Geography
                    GROUP A – MATHEMATICS (MINIMUM OF 3 UNITS)
                       At least one course required:                                                       	 •	 University	of	California,	Santa	Barbara
                       Math	–	2,	(3),	7,	8,	10,	11,	13,	15,	18,	20,	21,	(22),	(23),	                            B.A. Geography
                           (24), 26, 28, 29, 32 (if completed Fall 2006 or later), 41,                          B.A. Geography: Geographic Information Systems empha-
                           52,	54                                                                                  sis
                    GROUP B – PHYSICAL SCIENCE (MINIMUM OF 3 UNITS)                                        	 •	 California	State	University,	Northridge
                       At least one course required:                                                            B.A. Geography
                       Astronomy – all courses                                                                  Other Specializations available: Cartography and GIS,
                       Chemistry – all courses                                                                     Environmental Studies, Regional and International
                       Geography	–	1,	3,	5                                                                         Studies, Urban Geography
                       Geology – all courses
                       Physics – all courses                                                               	 •	 California	State	University,	San	Bernardino
                                                                                                                B.A. Geography
                    GROUP C – LIFE SCIENCES (MINIMUM OF 3 UNITS)
                       At least one course required: (3 units minimum)                                     	 •	 California	Polytechnic	State	University,	San	Luis	
                       Anatomy – all courses                                                                    Obispo
                       Anthropology	1,	5,	8,	9,	10                                                              B.S. Geography
                       Biology – all courses
                       Botany – all courses                                                                     General education requirements for the University of Cali-
                       Microbiology – all courses                                                          fornia, California State University, and other local universities
                       Nutrition 1, 4                                                                      are listed in the Academics section of this catalog, as well as
                       Physiology – all courses                                                            online (go to 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.
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Geology
                                                                                      are listed in the Academics section of this catalog, as well as
                                                                                      online (go to www.smc.edu/articulation).

     Geologists study the origin, history, composition, and
structure of the earth, both for scientific knowledge and for
practical purposes such as locating oil, minerals, and other raw                      Global Studies
materials; and for compiling architectural safety reports, maps,
and diagrams. They use knowledge of chemistry, physics, math,                              Global Studies is a multi- and interdisciplinary program
and biology, to analyze the data and specimens. Some pos-                             designed to increase knowledge and understanding of the pro-
sible career choices are found in the environmental consulting                        cesses of globalization and their impacts on societies, cultures,
industry, pollution remediation, public policy and environ-                           and environments around the world. The Global Studies pro-
mental law. Career titles include meteorologist, oceanographer,                       gram provides the student with a knowledge of critical issues
seismologist, soil scientist, structural geologist and teacher.                       that affect their lives and community, as well as the affairs of
     This major may also lead to many other careers. For addi-                        other cultures, societies, and nations. An understanding of the
tional possibilities, visit the Career Services Center on campus                      world’s social, political, economic, and natural systems and
to utilize computerized career information systems and other                          their increasing interdependence, along with an appreciation of
valuable career resources.                                                            the diversity of human culture, will supply the student with a
                                                                                      strong background for working in a global economy, for living
transfer                                                                              in a multicultural society, and for making intelligent decisions
                                                                                      as global citizens.
     Students planning to transfer to a four-year college should
complete the lower-division major requirements and the gen-                                 The goal of the program is to prepare students for further




                                                                                                                                                            Areas of Emphasis
eral education pattern for the appropriate transfer institution.                      work in international studies and work affairs through the study
Santa Monica College has articulation agreements for this                             of other cultures, world history, political and economic systems,




                                                                                                                                                               Majors and
major with the following UC, CSU, and private institutions.                           world geography and environment, cross-cultural communica-
Exact major requirements for these and other UC and CSU                               tion and conflict resolution, and modern languages. The Global
campuses can be found online at www.assist.org. Articulation                          Studies program is designed to encourage students to become
agreements with private institutions can be found online at                           “global thinkers.” They learn how to relate their knowledge of
www.smc.edu/articulation.                                                             a particular part of the world to the larger trends and issues that
                                                                                      affect all societies: the transnational interactions of peoples,
	 •	 University	of	California,	Berkeley                                               cultures, economies, and politics; the globalizing processes of
     B.A. Earth and Planetary Science                                                 the communication media; technological and environmental
	 •	 University	of	California,	Davis                                                  changes; law and human rights; the sometimes violent politi-
     A.B. Geology                                                                     cal, ethnic and religious responses to what is perceived as cul-
     B.S. Geology                                                                     tural and economic homogenization on a global scale; and the
                                                                                      search for a just, sustainable and peaceful world.
	 •	 University	of	California,	Riverside
     B.A. Geology                                                                          This major may also lead to many other careers. For addi-
     General Geology option                                                           tional possibilities, visit the Career Services Center on campus
     Global Climate Change option                                                     to utilize computerized career information systems and other
     Geobiology option                                                                valuable career resources.
     Geophysics option
                                                                                      assOCiate Degree – 60 Units
	 •	 University	of	California,	Santa	Barbara
     B.S. Earth Science                                                               The Associate degree in Global Studies involves satisfactory
     Other concentrations offered: B.S. Earth Science, Climate                        completion of a minimum of 60 semester units with a C aver-
        and Environment, Geohydrology, Paleobiology                                   age or higher, including at least 23 semester units in the Global
                                                                                      Studies area of emphasis (articulated below), fulfillment of the
	 •	 California	State	University,	Northridge                                          Global Citizenship requirement, and fulfillment of all Santa
     B.S. Geological Sciences                                                         Monica College general education requirements, CSU GE, or
     Environmental Geology option                                                     IGETC.
     Geology option
     Geophysics option                                                                   At least 50% of the area of emphasis (major) units
     Secondary Teaching option                                                        must be completed at Santa Monica College.

	 •	 California	Polytechnic	State	University,	San	Luis	                               Each course in the area of emphasis (major) must be completed
     Obispo                                                                           with a grade of C or higher.
     B.S. Geology
                                                                                      global studies (23 units)
	 •	 San	Francisco	State	University
                                                                                           Program Learning Outcome: Students completing the
     B.A. Earth Science
                                                                                      Global Studies program will possess an increased understand-
     B.S. Geology
                                                                                      ing of the world’s social, political, economic and natural
     General education requirements for the University of Cali-                       systems and their increasing interdependence, as well as an
fornia, California State University, and other local universities                     appreciation of the diversity of human culture, which in turn
                   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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                    will enable them to better work in the global economy, live in                              Geography 8, Introduction to Urban Studies (3) (same as
                    a multicultural society, and make intelligent decision as global                               Urban Studies 8)
                    citizens. Through the subject matter and activities presented                               Philosophy 20, Environmental Ethics (3) (same as
                    in each course in the Global Studies program, students will be                                 Environmental Studies 40)
                    able to:                                                                                    Political Science 22, Environmental Politics and Policies
                     1. Analyze major global challenges from a multi- and inter-                                   (3)
                        disciplinary perspective;                                                               Psychology 40, Environmental Psychology (3)
                                                                                                                Sociology 1, Introduction to Sociology (3)
                     2. Identify varying worldviews on the same issues, events,                                 Speech 7, Intercultural Communication (3)
                        and occurrences;                                                                        Urban Studies 8, introduction to Urban Studies (same as
                     3. Differentiate multiple perspectives on globalization and                                   Geography 8)
                        their effects on decision-making and behavior (and the                                  Women’s Studies 20, Women, Feminisms, and Social
                        individual, community, and national levels);                                               Movements: A Global Approach (3)

                     4. Explain how/why the environmental well-being of the                               Governance and Conflict: (3 units)
                        world demands personal and collective responsibility at                               History 48, Nonviolent Resistance (3) (same as Philosophy
                        both the local and global levels;                                                        48)
                                                                                                              Philosophy 48, Nonviolent Resistance (3) (same as History
                    	 5.	 Describe	 core	 civic/citizenship	 values	 which	 generate	                            48)
                          socially responsible behavior at both local and global lev-                         Philosophy	51,	Political	Philosophy	(3)	(same as Political
                          els;                                                                                   Science 51)
                     6. Explain the interconnectedness of global decisions and                                Philosophy	52,	Modern	Political	Thought	(3)	(same as
Areas of Emphasis




                        events; and                                                                              Political Science 52)
   Majors and




                                                                                                              Political Science 2, Comparative Government and Politics
                     7. Analyze the interdependence among people, groups, soci-
                                                                                                                 (3)
                        eties, governments, and nations in finding solutions to
                                                                                                              Political Science 3, Introduction to Politics: Justice,
                        current global problems and conflicts.
                                                                                                                 Power, and Agency (3)
                         Students’ ability to analyze, synthesize and evaluate cur-                           Political Science 7, International Politics (3)
                    rent world events, conditions and issues will be assessed                                 Political Science 11, World Affairs and the United
                    through quizzes and exams, participation in discussions and                                  Nations (3)
                    activities, and term papers and/or projects.                                              Political Science 47, International Politics Seminar (3)
                                                                                                              Political	Science	51,	Political	Philosophy	(3)	(same as
                    Required Core Courses: (9 units)
                                                                                                                 Philosophy 51)
                        Global	Studies	5,	International	Political	Economy:	Intro-
                                                                                                              Political	Science	52,	Modern	Political	Thought	(3)	(same
                            duction to Global Studies (3) (same as Political Science
                            5)                                                                                   as Philosophy 52)
                        Global Studies 10, Global Issues (3)                                              Markets and Economies: (3 units)
                        Global Studies 11, World Geography: Introduction to                                   Business	50,	Introduction	to	International	Business	(3)
                            Global Studies (3) (same as Geography 11)                                         Business	52,	International	Marketing	(3)
                    Experiential Learning: (2 units)                                                          Business	53,	Importing	and	Exporting	(3)
                        Business	95,	International	Business	Internship	(3)                                    Business	54,	International	Management	(3)
                         Global	Studies	95,	Global	Los	Angeles-Experiential	                                  Business	55,	Southern	California’s	International	
                            Learning (2)                                                                          Connections (3)
                                                                                                              Economics 1, Principles of Microeconomics (3)
                    Culture and Society: (3 units)                                                            Economics 2, Principles of Macroeconomics (3)
                         Business	95,	International	Business	Internship	(3)
                         Global	Studies	95,	Global	Los	Angeles-Experiential	                              World History/Area Studies: (3 units)
                            Learning (2)                                                                      Art History 3, Western Art History III (3)
                         Anthropology 2, Cultural Anthropology (3)                                            Art History 11, Art Appreciation: Introduction to Global
                         Anthropology 3, World Archaeology (3)                                                   Visual Culture (3)
                         Anthropology 7, Introduction to Linguistics                                          Art	History	15,	Mexican	Art	History	(3)
                            Anthropology (3)                                                                  Art History 18, Introduction to African Art History (3)
                         Anthropology 14, Sex, Gender and Culture (3)                                         Art	History	22,	Architectural	History	and	Theory-1850	to	
                         Anthropology 19, The Culture of Food (3)                                                Present (3)
                         Anthropology 21, Peoples and Power in Latin America                                  Dance	5,	Dance	History	(3)
                         Astronomy 6, Archaeoastronomy (3)                                                    Dance 20, Ethnic Dance (2)
                         Communication Studies 37, Intercultural                                              Dance 21, Asian Pacific Dance Survey (2)
                            Communication (3) (formerly Speech 7)                                             Dance 23, Intermediate Mexican Dance (2)
                         Fashion	Design	15,	Ethnic	Fashion	(3)                                                Dance 24, Flamenco Dance (2)
                         Geography 2, Introduction to Human Geography (3)                                     Dance	25,	African	Dance	(2)
                         Geography 7, Introduction to Environmental Studies (3)                               Dance 27, Brazilian Dance (2)
                            (same as Environmental Studies 7)                                                 Dance 29, Middle Eastern/North African Dance (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.
                                                                             Santa Monica college catalog 2012-2013                                   103


     English 32, History and Literature of Contemporary Africa                         to utilize computerized career information systems and other
        (3) (same as History 30)                                                       valuable career resources.
     English 40, Asian Literature (3)
     English	45,	Asian	Film,	Literature,	and	Society	(3)                               transfer
     English	56,	20th Century European Literature (3)                                       Students planning to transfer to a four-year college should
     English	58,	Literature	of	Mexico	(3)                                              complete the lower-division major requirements and the gen-
     History 2, History of Western Civilization II (3)                                 eral education pattern for the appropriate transfer institution.
     History 4, History of British Civilization II (3)                                 Santa Monica College has articulation agreements for this
     History 6, History of Latin America 2 (3)                                         major with the following UC, CSU, and private institutions.
     History 19, History of Mexico (3)                                                 Exact major requirements for these and other UC and CSU
     History 21, History of Russia (3)                                                 campuses can be found online at www.assist.org. Articulation
     History 22, History of the Middle East (3)                                        agreements with private institutions can be found online at
     History	25,	History	of	East	Asia	Since	1600                                       www.smc.edu/articulation.
     History 29, Jewish History (3)
     History 30, History and Literature of Contemporary Africa                         	 •	 University	of	California,	Los	Angeles	–	School	of	the	
        (3) (same as English 32)                                                            Arts	and	Architecture
     History 34, World Civilizations II (3)                                                 Art and Design/Media Arts
     History 39, African History II (3)                                                	 •	 California	State	University,	Long	Beach
     History 41, Native American History (3)                                                B.A. Art
     History	53,	History	of	Religion	(3)                                                    Graphic Design option (portfolio review required)
     Humanities 28S, Contemporary Life in China (2)
     Music 31, Music History II (3)                                                        Santa Monica College has articulation agreements for this




                                                                                                                                                            Areas of Emphasis
     Philosophy 4, Modern Philosophers (3)                                             major (see www.smc.edu/articulation for exact requirements)
     Philosophy 22, Asian Philosophy (3)                                               with the following private and out-of-state institutions:




                                                                                                                                                               Majors and
     Philosophy 23, Philosophy of Religion (3)                                         	 •	 Academy	of	Art	University,	San	Francisco
     Political Science 14, Middle East Government and Politics                              B.F.A. Graphic Design
        (3)
     Spanish 20, Latin American Civilization (3)                                       	 •	 The	Art	Institute	of	California,	Los	Angeles,	San	Diego,	
                                                                                            San	Francisco,	Orange	County;	The	California	Design	
     Additional general education and graduation requirements                               College	(AI)
for the Associate degree from Santa Monica College are listed in
the Academics section of this catalog, as well as online (go to                        	 •	 California	College	of	the	Arts
www.smc.edu/articulation).                                                                  Graphic Design

foreign language requirement (same as IGETC Area 6A)                                   	 •	 Mount	Ida	College	(Massachusetts)
                                                                                            B.A. Graphic Design
     The Foreign Language requirement can be met in several
different ways. For detailed information, see the IGETC infor-                         assOCiate Degree – 60 Units
mation on page XX.
                                                                                       The Associate degree in Graphic Design involves satisfac-
CertifiCates Of aChievement                                                            tory completion of a minimum of 60 semester units with a C
                                                                                       average or higher, including at least 40 semester units in the
    At	 least	 50%	 of	 the	 required	 units	 for	 a	 Certificate	 of	
                                                                                       Graphic Design area of emphasis (articulated below), fulfill-
Achievement must be completed at Santa Monica College.
                                                                                       ment of the Global Citizenship requirement, and fulfillment of
     Students must receive a grade of C or higher in each course                       all Santa Monica College general education requirements, CSU
to successfully complete a Certificate of Achievement.                                 GE, or IGETC.
                                                                                          At least 50% of the area of emphasis (major) units
global studies (23 units)
                                                                                       must be completed at Santa Monica College.
    A Certificate of Achievement in Global Studies will be
granted upon completion of the major requirements listed                               Each course in the area of emphasis (major) must be completed
above.                                                                                 with a grade of C or higher.

                                                                                       graphic Design (40 units) (nOte: graphiC Design 31 is the

Graphic Design                                                                         first course students should take)
                                                                                       Required Courses: (29 units)
                                                                                           Graphic Design 18, Introduction to Graphic Design
     Graphic designers design and produce artwork for a variety
                                                                                               Applications (3)
of printed material, including logotypes, stationery, brochures,
                                                                                           Graphic Design 31, Graphic Design Studio 1 (2)
advertising, packaging, book covers and many other types of
                                                                                           Graphic Design 33, Typography Design 1 (2)
projects. This field also includes computer-related imagery for
                                                                                           Graphic Design 34, Publication and Page Design I (3)
print and web.
                                                                                           Graphic Design 38, Digital Illustration I (4)
     This major may also lead to many other careers. For addi-                             Graphic Design 41, Graphic Design Studio 2 (2)
tional possibilities, visit the Career Services Center on campus                           Graphic	Design	51,	Graphic	Design	Studio	3	(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.
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                                                                                                           History
                         Graphic Design 64, Digital Imaging for Design (3) (same
                            as Entertainment Technology 37)
                         Graphic Design 66, Web Design 2 (3) (same as Entertain-
                            ment Technology 14)                                                                 Historians study, assess, and interpret the past to deter-
                         Photography 1, Introduction to Photography (3)
                                                                                                           mine what happened and why. They examine court documents,
                    Select additional courses to total 40 units from the following:                        diaries, letters, and newspaper accounts; they conduct research,
                         Entertainment Technology 34, Web Animation I (3)                                  write, teach, evaluate and make recommendations. Schools,
                         Graphic Design 21, Electronic Prepress and Publishing                             universities, libraries, museums, government offices, and pri-
                             (3)                                                                           vate enterprise are some of the job settings for history majors.
                         Graphic	Design	35,	Drawing	for	Graphic	Design	(2)
                                                                                                           Some related career titles include archivist, biographer, congres-
                         Graphic Design 43, Typography Design 2 (2)
                                                                                                           sional aide, Foreign Service officer, FBI/CIA agent, lobbyist, and
                         Graphic Design 44, Publication and Design 2 (3)
                         Graphic	Design	50,	Graphic	Design	Portfolio	Preparation	                          genealogist agent.
                             (2)                                                                                This major may also lead to many other careers. For addi-
                         Graphic	Design	54,	Digital	Illustration	II	(3)                                    tional possibilities, visit the Career Services Center on campus
                         Graphic	Design	65,	Web	Design	1	(2)
                                                                                                           to utilize computerized career information systems and other
                         Graphic Design 67, Web Design 3 (3)
                                                                                                           valuable career resources.
                         Graphic Design 71, Motion Graphics 1 (3)
                         Graphic Design 90 A, B, C, Internship (1,2,3)                                     transfer
                    CertifiCate Of aChievement                                                                  Students planning to transfer to a four-year college should
Areas of Emphasis




                        At	 least	 50%	 of	 the	 required	 units	 for	 a	 Certificate	 of	                 complete the lower-division major requirements and the gen-
   Majors and




                    Achievement must be completed at Santa Monica College.                                 eral education pattern for the appropriate transfer institution.
                                                                                                           Santa Monica College has articulation agreements for this
                    Students must receive a grade of C or higher in each course to
                                                                                                           major with the following UC, CSU, and private institutions.
                    successfully complete a Certificate of Achievement.
                                                                                                           Exact major requirements for these and other UC and CSU
                    graphic Design (40 units) (nOte: graphiC Design 31 is the                              campuses can be found online at www.assist.org. Articulation
                    first course students should take)                                                     agreements with private institutions can be found online at
                         A Certificate of Achievement in Graphic Design is granted
                                                                                                           www.smc.edu/articulation.
                    upon completion of 40 units listed under the Graphic Design
                    Associate degree.                                                                      	 •	 University	of	California,	Berkeley
                                                                                                                B.A. History
                    Department CertifiCate
                                                                                                           	 •	 University	of	California,	Davis
                         At	least	50%	of	the	required	units	for	a	Department	Certifi-                           B.A. History
                    cate must be completed at Santa Monica College.
                                                                                                           	 •	 University	of	California,	Irvine
                    Students must receive a grade of C or higher in each course to
                                                                                                                B.A. History
                    successfully complete a Department Certificate.
                                                                                                           	 •	 University	of	California,	Los	Angeles
                    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,	San	Diego
                    media for the World Wide Web. Students will learn how to                                    B.A. History
                    develop and design content for online publishing and craft pro-
                    fessional portfolios of interactive work. Students will acquire                        	 •	 University	of	California,	Santa	Barbara
                    technical and creative web design skills using industry standard                            B.A. History
                    software, such as Dreamweaver, Photoshop and Flash.
                                                                                                           	 •	 University	of	California,	Santa	Cruz
                         A Department Certificate in Web Design will prepare the
                                                                                                                B.A. History
                    students for entry-level positions such as Web Designer, Web
                    Artist, Web Animator, Web Developer and Interface Designer.                            	 •	 California	State	University,	Northridge
                    Required Courses:                                                                           B.A. History
                        CIS	54,	Web	Page	Development	and	Scripting	I	(3)	(same                                 Santa Monica College has articulation agreements for this
                            as Entertainment Technology 33)
                                                                                                           major (see www.smc.edu/articulation for exact requirements)
                        Entertainment Technology 34, Web Animation 1 (3)
                                                                                                           with the following private and out-of-state institutions:
                        Graphic Design 64, Digital Imaging for Design (3) (same
                            as Entertainment Technology 37)                                                	 •	 American	University	of	Paris,	France
                        Graphic Design 65,	Web	Design	1	(2)                                                     History
                        Graphic Design 66, Web Design 2 (3) (same as Entertain-
                            ment Technology 14)                                                            	 •	 Loyola	Marymount	University
                        Graphic Design 67, Web Design 3 (3)                                                     B.A. 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 2012-2013                                   105




Interior Architectural
                                                                                       	 •	 California	State	University,	Northridge
                                                                                            B.S. Family and Consumer Science

Design
                                                                                            Interior Design option
                                                                                       	 •	 San	Francisco	State	University
                                                                                            B.S. Interior Design
      Interior Architectural Design is a Santa Monica College
                                                                                           Santa Monica College has articulation agreements for this
award-winning program in the Design Technology Depart-
                                                                                       major (see www.smc.edu/articulation for exact requirements)
ment, located at SMC’s Academy of Entertainment and Tech-
                                                                                       with the following private and out-of-state institutions:
nology, 1660 Stewart St., Santa Monica. Students focus on (1)
professional career development, (2) academic transfer, (3) an                         	 •	 Academy	of	Art	University,	San	Francisco
Associate degree, and/or (4) personal and professional skills                               B.F.A. Interior Design
useful in the local and international Architecture and Design                          	 •	 The	Art	Institute	of	California,	Los	Angeles,	San	Diego,	
Industry. The program applies artistic and functional prin-                                 San	Francisco,	Orange	County,	The	California	Design	
ciples and techniques to the professional planning, designing,                              School	(AI)
and furnishing of residential and commercial interior spaces.                               Interior Design, B.S.
The program also includes the processes and techniques of
designing living, working, and leisure indoor environments                             	 •	 California	College	of	the	Arts
                                                                                            Interior Design
as integral components of a building system. The program
includes instruction in design, drafting, careers, color coordina-                     	 •	 Mount	Ida	College
tion, surface materials and textiles, sketching, computer aided                             B.S. Interior Design




                                                                                                                                                            Areas of Emphasis
design, historical and contemporary furniture and housing,
                                                                                       	 •	 Woodbury	University
interior lighting, business principles, interior codes, digital                             Interior Architecture, B.F.A.




                                                                                                                                                               Majors and
rendering, model building, green design, universal design, on-
site internships with local trade businesses, and applications                         assOCiate Degree – 60 Units
to office, hotel, restaurant, and housing design. There are also
specialized courses for Set Design and Advanced CAD. Designer                          The Associate degree in Interior Architectural Design involves
careers include homes, kitchens/baths, offices and other retail                        satisfactory completion of a minimum of 60 semester units
uses, space planning, remodeling, specifying, sketching, man-                          with a C average or higher, including at least 48 semester units
                                                                                       under the Interior Architectural Design area of emphasis and at
agement, staging for real estate sales, consulting, lighting, retail
                                                                                       least 24 units under the Fundamentals of Interior Architectural
sales, preservation, health care, green design, and accessible,
                                                                                       Design area of emphasis (articulated below), fulfillment of the
universal design.
                                                                                       Global Citizenship requirement, and fulfillment of all Santa
     For additional career possibilities, visit the Career Ser-                        Monica College general education requirements, CSU GE, or
vices Center on the main campus to utilize computerized career                         IGETC.
information systems and other valuable career resources.                                  At least 50% of the area of emphasis (major) units
     See the Interior Architectural Design Program Website                             must be completed at Santa Monica College.
(www.academy.smc.edu/intarc) for additional information.
                                                                                       Each course in the area of emphasis (major) must be completed
COUnseling infOrmatiOn                                                                 with a grade of C or higher.
     International students should contact Carolyn Holmes in
                                                                                       interior architectural Design (48 units, including 24 units
the International Counseling Center by calling (310) 434-4218.                         from fundamentals of interior architectural Design)
All other students should contact Cliff Dobbs at SMC’s Acad-
emy of Entertainment and Technology campus, located at 1660                                 This program leads to employment skills in the selection
Stewart St., Santa Monica, or call (310) 434-3783.                                     and specification of contact and residential surface materials
                                                                                       and furniture. Expertise is developed in advanced perspective
transfer                                                                               sketching and visualization, architecture and furniture styles,
                                                                                       advanced computer-aided design together with a choice of
     Students planning to transfer to a four-year college should
                                                                                       significant academic- and professional career-focused electives:
complete the lower-division major requirements and the gen-                            business skills in the wholesale Trade, green design, model
eral education pattern for the appropriate transfer institution.                       building, lighting, digital rendering, interior codes, universal
Santa Monica College has articulation agreements for this                              design, custom residential design, technical CAD courses in
major with the following UC, CSU, and private institutions.                            space planning, working drawings, commercial design, 3D
Exact major requirements for these and other UC and CSU                                CAD modeling, and interior 3D computer rendering/anima-
campuses can be found online at www.assist.org. Articulation                           tion, plus practical internship positions in the industry.
agreements with private institutions can be found online at
www.smc.edu/articulation.                                                                    Students are encouraged to take as many recommended
                                                                                       electives as possible, to learn specific and necessary skills for
	 •	 California	State	University,	Long	Beach                                           the development of their professional portfolios, and to bring
     B.F.A. Art                                                                        employment value in their future design industry career posi-
     Interior Design option                                                            tion.
                    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 2012-2013


                    Required Core Courses: (42 units)                                                      set Design and art Direction for film and tv (15 units)
                        INTARC 28, Visual Studies II (3)                                                        The Set Design and Art Direction for Film and TV Depart-
                        INTARC 29, Computer Skills for Interior Architectural                              ment	 Certificate	 is	 granted	 upon	 completion	 of	 15	 required	
                            Design (3)                                                                     units listed below.
                        INTARC 30, Principles of Interior Architectural Design (3)
                                                                                                           Required Courses:
                        INTARC 31, Interior Architecture Design Studio I (3)
                                                                                                               INTARC 28, Visual Studies 2 (3)
                        INTARC 32, Visual Studies I (3)
                                                                                                               INTARC 32, Visual Studies 1 (3)
                        INTARC 33, Interior Architectural Design Career and
                                                                                                               INTARC 37, Set Design and Art Direction for Film and
                            Portfolio (3)
                                                                                                                   TV (3)
                        INTARC 34, Applied Color and Design Theory (3)
                                                                                                               INTARC 41, History of Interior Architecture and Furniture
                        INTARC	35,	2D	Digital	Drafting	(3)
                                                                                                                   I (3)
                        INTARC 36, Interior Architectural Design Materials and
                                                                                                               INTARC	52,	Production	Design	for	Film	and	TV	(3)
                            Products (3)
                        INTARC 38, 3D Digital Drafting I (3)
                                                                                                           Digital production and Design (15 units)
                        INTARC 40, Interior Architectural Design Studio II (3)
                                                                                                                 The Digital Production and Design Department Certificate
                        INTARC 41, History of Interior Architecture and
                                                                                                           is	granted	upon	completion	of	15	required	units	listed	below.
                            Furnishings I (3)
                        INTARC 42, History of Interior Architectural Furnishings                           Required Courses:
                            II (3)                                                                             INTARC	35,	2D	Digital	Drafting	(3)
                        INTARC	45,	Interior	Architectural	Design	Studio	III	(3)                                INTARC 38, 3D Digital Drafting 1 (3)
                                                                                                               INTARC 46, Construction Documents (3)
                    Required Elective Courses: (6 units)                                                       INTARC	57,	3D	Digital	Drafting	2	(3)
Areas of Emphasis




                         INTARC 37, Set Design and Art Direction for Film and                                  INTARC 70, 3D Digital Rendering and Animation (3)
                             TV (3)
   Majors and




                         INTARC 39, Green Design for Interiors (3)

                                                                                                           Journalism
                         INTARC 44, Fundamentals of Lighting (3)
                         INTARC 46, Construction Documents (3)
                         INTARC 49, Trade Resources for Film and TV (3)
                         INTARC	50,	Business	and	Specifications	(3)                                             The Journalism program teaches students the methods
                         INTARC	52,	Production	Design	for	Film	and	TV	(3)                                  and techniques for gathering, processing and delivering news,
                         INTARC	57,	3D	Digital	Drafting	II	(3)                                             and prepares students to be professional print and multimedia
                         INTARC 60, 20th Century Furniture and Interiors (3)                               journalists. Included is instruction in news writing and editing,
                         INTARC 62, Model Building (3)                                                     reporting and multimedia story production, professional stan-
                         INTARC	65,	Digital	Rendering	for	Interiors	(3)                                    dards and ethics, and journalism history and research. Careers
                         INTARC 66, Visual History of American Housing (3)                                 in this field include book editor, copywriter, film critic, foreign
                         INTARC 70, 3D Digital Rendering and Animation (3)                                 correspondent, freelance writing, online editor, multimedia
                         INTARC 90A,B,C,D Internship (1,2,3,4)                                             story producer, journalist, magazine editor, news anchor, news-
                    •	 If	a	student	has	previous	skills,	a	waiver	for	the	equivalent	                      paper editor, publicist, sportswriter, and technical writer.
                       course is possible.
                                                                                                                Students planning to transfer to a four-year college should
                    •	 Additional	general	education	and	graduation	requirements	
                                                                                                           complete the lower-division major requirements and the gen-
                       for the Associate degree from Santa Monica College are list-
                                                                                                           eral education pattern for the appropriate transfer college.
                       ed in the Academics section of this catalog, as well as online
                       (go to www.smc.edu/articulation).                                                        This major may also lead to many other careers. For addi-
                                                                                                           tional possibilities, visit the Career Services Center on campus
                    CertifiCate Of aChievement                                                             to utilize computerized career information systems and other
                                                                                                           valuable career resources.
                        At	 least	 50%	 of	 the	 required	 units	 for	 a	 Certificate	 of	
                    Achievement must be completed at Santa Monica College.
                                                                                                           transfer
                    Students must receive a grade of C or higher in each course to
                                                                                                                Students planning to transfer to a four-year college should
                    successfully complete a Certificate of Achievement.
                                                                                                           complete the lower-division major requirements and the gen-
                                                                                                           eral education pattern for the appropriate transfer institution.
                    interior architectural Design (48 units)
                                                                                                           Santa Monica College has articulation agreements for this
                         A Certificate of Achievement is granted upon completion
                                                                                                           major with the following UC, CSU, and private institutions.
                    of the 24 required units listed under the Interior Architectural
                                                                                                           Exact major requirements for these and other UC and CSU
                    Design Associate degree.
                                                                                                           campuses can be found online at www.assist.org. Articulation
                                                                                                           agreements with private institutions can be found online at
                    Department CertifiCates
                                                                                                           www.smc.edu/articulation.
                         At	least	50%	of	the	required	units	for	a	Department	Certifi-
                                                                                                           	 •	 California	State	University,	Fullerton
                    cate must be completed at Santa Monica College.
                                                                                                                B.A. Communications/emphasis Print and Broadcast
                    Students must receive a grade of C or higher in each course to                                 Journalism
                    successfully complete a Department Certificate.                                             Visual Journalism emphasis
                                        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 2012-2013                                   107


	 •	 California	State	University,	Long	Beach                                               Graphic Design 64, Digital Imaging for Design (3) (same
     B.A. Journalism                                                                          as Entertainment Technology 37)
                                                                                           Graphic	Design	65,	Web	Design	(3)	
	 •	 California	State	University,	Northridge
                                                                                           Journalism 21, News Photography (3,3) (same as
     B.A. Journalism
                                                                                              Photography 13)
	 •	 San	Diego	State	University                                                            Journalism 22, Photography for Publication (3,3) (same
     B.A. Journalism                                                                          as Photography 14)
                                                                                           Photography 13, News Photography (3) (same as
	 •	 San	Jose	State	University
                                                                                              Journalism 21)
     B.A. Journalism
                                                                                           Photography 14, Photography for Publication (3) (same
    Santa Monica College has articulation agreements for this                                 as Journalism 22)
major (see www.smc.edu/articulation for exact requirements)                                Photography 29, Video Production for Still
with the following private and out-of-state institutions:                                     Photographers (3)

	 •	 University	of	Southern	California	(USC)                                               GROUP C
     B.A. Print Journalism                                                                 Media Studies 1, Survey of Mass Media (3) (formerly
     B.A. Broadcast Journalism                                                               Communication 1)
     B.A. Public Relations                                                                 Media Studies 2, Reading Media: Acquiring Media
                                                                                             Literacy Skills (3) (formerly Communication 2)
assOCiate Degree – 60 Units                                                                Media Studies 10, Journalism, Gender and Race (3)
                                                                                             (formerly Communication 10)
The Associate degree in Journalism involves satisfactory com-
pletion of a minimum of 60 semester units with a C average or




                                                                                                                                                            Areas of Emphasis
higher, including at least 19 semester units in the Journalism
                                                                                     Kinesiology Physical




                                                                                                                                                               Majors and
area of emphasis (articulated below), fulfillment of the Global

                                                                                     Education
Citizenship requirement, and fulfillment of all Santa Monica
College general education requirements, CSU GE, or IGETC.
   At least 50% of the area of emphasis (major) units
must be completed at Santa Monica College.                                                Physical Education prepares people to teach or coach
                                                                                     sports for all age levels. Kinesiology or Physiological Science
Each course in the area of emphasis (major) must be completed                        can lead to careers in physical therapy, athletic training, exercise
with a grade of C or higher.                                                         physiology and sports medicine.
Journalism (19 units)                                                                     This major may also lead to many other careers. For addi-
Required Courses: (10 units minimum)                                                 tional possibilities, visit the Career Services Center on campus
    Journalism 1, The News (3)                                                       to utilize computerized career information systems and other
    Journalism	15,	Introduction	to	Multimedia	Storytelling	                          valuable career resources.
        (3)                                                                          transfer
    Journalism 16, Producing the Campus Newspaper (4,4)
                                                                                          Students planning to transfer to a four-year college should
Select at least one course from each group:                                          complete the lower-division major requirements and the gen-
     GROUP A                                                                         eral education pattern for the appropriate transfer institution.
     Journalism 3, Editing (3)                                                       Santa Monica College has articulation agreements for this
     Journalism 8, Writing to Sell (3,3)                                             major with the following UC, CSU, and private institutions.
     Journalism 17, Editing the Campus Newspaper (2,2)                               Exact major requirements for these and other UC and CSU
     Journalism 18, Opinion Writing (3)                                              campuses can be found online at www.assist.org. Articulation
     Journalism 19, Online Newspaper (3,3)                                           agreements with private institutions can be found online at
     Journalism 20, Producing Magazines for the Web (3,3)                            www.smc.edu/articulation.
     Journalism 43, Public Relations and Publicity (3) (same as
         Business 29)                                                                	 •	 University	of	California,	Davis
     Journalism 90, Internship (2,2,2)                                                    A.B. Exercise Science
     Media Studies 14, Newscasting and Newswriting (3)                                    B.S. Exercise Science
         (formerly Broadcasting 4A) (same as Journalism 4A)                          	 •	 California	State	University,	Dominguez	Hills
    GROUP B                                                                               B.A. Physical Education
    CIS	50,	Internet,	HTML,	and	Web	Design	(3)                                            Fitness Director option
    CIS	56,	Web	Media	Production	(3)                                                      Pre-Physical Therapy option
                                                                                          Teaching option
    CIS	59A,	Dreamweaver	1	(3)
    CIS 60A, Photoshop I (3)                                                         	 •	 California	State	University,	Long	Beach
    Entertainment Technology 31A, Digital Video                                           B.S. Athletic Training
       Fundamentals (3)                                                                   B.S. Kinesiology
    Graphic Design 31, Graphic Design Studio (2,2)                                        Exercise Science option
    Graphic Design 34, Publication and Page Design 1 (3)                                  Fitness 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.
                     108       Santa Monica college catalog 2012-2013


                         Kinesiotherapy option                                                                   PRO CR 3, Coaching of Racket Sports (3)
                         Physical Education option                                                               PRO CR 4, Coaching of Track and Field (3)
                         Sport Psychology and Coaching option                                                    PRO CR 6A, Coaching of Football (3)
                                                                                                                 PRO CR 6B, Coaching of Baseball (3)
                    	 •	 California	State	University,	Los	Angeles
                                                                                                                 PRO CR 7, Coaching of Soccer (3)
                         B.S. Exercise Science
                                                                                                                 PRO CR 8, Coaching of Basketball (3)
                         Exercise and Nutrition option
                                                                                                                 PRO CR 9, Coaching of Volleyball (3)
                         B.S. Kinesiology
                         Dance concentration                                                               Select four different Sports Areas, with at least one course in the
                                                                                                           Advanced Level: (4 units):
                    	 •	 California	State	University,	Northridge                                                KIN PE 9C, Advanced Basketball (1)
                         B.S. Athletic Training                                                                 KIN PE 10, Fitness Lab (1)
                         Applied Fitness and Active Lifestyle Development option                                KIN PE 11C, Advanced Weight Training (1)
                         B.S. Kinesiology                                                                       KIN PE 17, Boxing for Fitness (1)
                         Exercise Science option                                                                KIN PE 19A, Fitness-Anaerobic Exercises (1) or KIN PE
                        Santa Monica College has articulation agreements for this                                   19B, Fitness-Aerobic Exercises (1) or KIN PE 19C,
                    major (see www.smc.edu/articulation for exact requirements)                                     Fitness-Body Level Exercises (1)
                    with the following private and out-of-state institutions:                                   KIN PE 19D, Fitness-Aquatic Exercises (1)
                                                                                                                KIN PE 19E, Pilates Mat Exercise (1)
                    	 •	 Loyola	Marymount	University                                                            KIN PE 21, Coed Touch Football (1)
                         B.S. Athletic Training                                                                 KIN	PE	25C,	Advanced	Golf	(1)
                          General education requirements for the University of Cali-                            KIN PE 43C, Advanced Soccer (1)
Areas of Emphasis




                    fornia and California State University and other local universi-                            KIN PE 48D, Advanced Swimming (1)
                    ties are available online at www.smc.edu/articulation and listed in                         KIN	PE	50C,	Advanced	Water	Polo	(1)
   Majors and




                    the Academics section of this catalog.                                                      KIN	PE	54D,	Advanced	Tennis	(1)
                                                                                                                KIN	PE	56A,	Beginning	Track	and	Field	(1)
                                                                                                                KIN	PE	57C,	Advanced	Volleyball	(1)

                    Athletic Coaching                                                                           VAR PE 60, Conditioning for Intercollegiate Sport (1)

                                                                                                           CertifiCate Of aChievement
                         This program offers courses in Kinesiology Physical Edu-
                    cation, Athletics, and Nutrition. The required coursework is                               At	 least	 50%	 of	 the	 required	 units	 for	 a	 Certificate	 of	
                    intended to prepare students for employment as sport coaches                           Achievement must be completed at Santa Monica College.
                    at the High School, Collegiate, and Club levels.                                       Students must receive a grade of C or higher in each course to
                         This major may also lead to many other careers. For addi-                         successfully complete a Certificate of Achievement.
                    tional possibilities, visit the Career Services Center on campus
                    to utilize computerized career information systems and other                           athletic Coaching (21 units)
                    valuable career resources.                                                                  A Certificate of Achievement is granted upon completion
                                                                                                           of the 21 required units listed under the Athletic Coaching
                    assOCiate Degree – 60 Units                                                            Associate degree.
                    The Associate in Science degree in Athletic Coaching involves                          assOCiate Degree – 60 Units
                    satisfactory completion of a minimum of 60 semester units
                    with a C average or higher, including at least 21 semester units                       The Associate degree in Kinesiology Physical Education involves
                    in the Athletic Coaching area of emphasis (articulated below),                         satisfactory completion of a minimum of 60 semester units with
                    fulfillment of the Global Citizenship requirement, and fulfill-                        a C average or higher, including at least 28 semester units in the
                    ment of all Santa Monica College general education require-                            Kinesiology Physical Education area of emphasis (articulated
                    ments, CSU GE, or IGETC.                                                               below), fulfillment of the Global Citizenship requirement,
                                                                                                           and fulfillment of all Santa Monica College general education
                       At least 50% of the area of emphasis (major) units                                  requirements, CSU GE, or IGETC.
                    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 completed                          must be completed at Santa Monica College.
                    with a grade of C or higher.
                                                                                                           Each course in the area of emphasis (major) must be completed
                                                                                                           with a grade of C or higher.
                    athletic Coaching (21 units)
                    Required Courses: (14 units)                                                           Kinesiology physical education (28 units)
                        KIN PE 3, Introduction to Exercise Physiology (3)
                                                                                                           Required Courses: (23 units)
                        KIN PE 4, Introduction to Sport Psychology (3)
                                                                                                               Anatomy 1, General Human Anatomy (4)
                        Nutrition 4, Healthy Lifestyle: Food and Fitness (3)
                                                                                                               Math	54,	Elementary	Statistics (4)
                        PRO CR 11, Introduction to Sports Injuries (3)
                                                                                                               Physiology 3, Human Physiology (4)
                        PRO CR 19, Field Experience (2)
                                                                                                               PRO CR 10, Introduction to Kinesiology (3)
                    Area of Emphasis; select one course: (3 units)                                             PRO CR 11, Introduction to Sports Injuries (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 2012-2013                                   109


    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,	Introductory	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,
                                                                                      and fulfillment of all Santa Monica College general education
     Physics 14, Introductory Physics with Lab (4)
                                                                                      requirements, CSU GE, or IGETC.
    Select additional courses to total 28 units from the following:
                                                                                         At least 50% of the area of emphasis (major) units
    Dance 20, Ethnic Dance (2,2)
                                                                                      must be completed at Santa Monica College.
    Dance 22, Mexican Dance (2,2)
    Dance, 27, Brazilian Dance (2,2)                                                  Each course in the area of emphasis (major) must be completed
    Dance 31, Ballet I (1,1)                                                          with a grade of C or higher.
    Health 10, Fundamentals of Healthful Living (3)                                   liberal arts (18 units)
    KIN PE 3, Introduction to Exercise Physiology 1 (3)
                                                                                           Program Learning Outcomes: Students completing a
    PRO CR 3, Coaching of Racket Sports (3)
                                                                                      degree in Liberal Arts – Arts & Humanities will demonstrate
    PRO CR 4, Coaching of Track and Field (3)                                         through oral and written academic work knowledge of the
    PRO CR 6A, Coaching of Football (3)                                               arts and humanities and be prepared to pursue further study
    PRO CR 6B, Coaching of Baseball (3)                                               in a related major at the baccalaureate level. Students will be
    PRO CR 12, Emergency Care and Water Safety (3)                                    proficient in the research, analytical, and communication skills




                                                                                                                                                              Areas of Emphasis
    PRO	CR	15,	Sports	Management	(3)                                                  necessary to present a critical analysis.
    PRO CR 29A, Officiating Fall Sports (3)                                                Select from the following two groups: (Some of these courses




                                                                                                                                                                 Majors and
    PRO CR 29B, Officiating Spring Sports (3)                                         will also satisfy GE areas IIA, IIB, and/or III. These	 courses	 are	
                                                                                      marked	in	bold.)
     Additional graduation requirements for the Associate
degree from Santa Monica College are listed in the Academics                          GROUP A: ARTS
                                                                                      Select at least two courses from different disciplines: (minimum 6
section of this catalog, as well as online (go to www.smc.edu/
                                                                                      units required)
articulation).
                                                                                           Architecture	(50)	(same as Art 6 and AHIS 21), (51)	(same
                                                                                               as Art 7 and AHIS 22); Art	(1),	(2),	(3),	(4),	(5),	(6)	
                                                                                               (same as Architecture 50 and AHIS 21), (7) (same as
Liberal Arts                                                                                   Architecture 51 and AHIS 22), (8), (9), (9A), 10A*,
                                                                                               10B*, 13, 20A*, 20B*, 40A*, 40B, 43A, 43B, (71),
    The Liberal Studies Associate degree is available to students                              (72), (73) (same as AHIS 52 and Photography 52), (79)
who enrolled at SMC in Spring 2010 or earlier and who have                                     (satisfies Global Citizenship requirement if completed Fall
maintained	continuous	enrollment.	(See	page	51	for	definition	                                 2008 or later); Art History 1, 2, 3, [11] (satisfies Global
                                                                                               Citizenship requirement if completed Fall 2008 or later),
of continuous enrollment.) For Liberal Arts Associate degree
                                                                                               15,	17,	18,	21,	22,	52	(same as Art 52 and Photography
requirements, please see the 2008-09 SMC catalog.
                                                                                               52), 71, 72; Cinema	(1),	(2),	(4),	(5),	(6),	(7), (8),
                                                                                               (9), (10); Dance 2,	5;	Entertainment	Technology	61	
                                                                                               (same as Graphic Design 74); Film	Studies	1,	2,	5,	6,	8,	
Liberal Arts – Arts &                                                                          9, 10; Graphic Design 74 (same as Entertainment Tech-
                                                                                               nology 61); Interior Architectural Design 30, 34, 41,

Humanities                                                                                     42, 60, 66; Interior Design (30), (34), (41), (42), (60),
                                                                                               (66); Music 1, 30, 31, 32, 33 (satisfies Global Citizen-
                                                                                               ship requirement if completed Fall 2005 or later), 34,	35,	
     The Liberal Arts – Arts & Humanities program focuses                                      36 (satisfies Global Citizenship if completed Fall 2009 or
on combined studies in art and humanities, as distinguished                                    later), 37,	39,	60A*,	60B*,	66;	Photography	52	(same
from the social and behavioral sciences, with an emphasis on                                   as AHIS 52 and Art 73); Theatre	Arts	2,	5,	7,	41
languages, literature, art, music, philosophy, and religion. This                     ( ) Courses in parentheses are no longer offered.
major provides a broad education that can be used in a variety                        *May be 1.5 or 2 unit course; additional course may be required to
of careers, including teaching.                                                       meet minimum 6 unit Arts requirement.
                                                                                           PLEASE NOTE: Courses that fulfill the Global Citizenship
     This major may also lead to many other careers. For addi-
                                                                                      requirement are designated by bold underlined text.
tional possibilities, visit the Career Services Center on campus
to utilize computerized career information systems and other                          GROUP B: HUMANITIES
valuable career resources.                                                            Select at least two courses from different disciplines: (minimum 6
                                                                                      units required)
     For additional information on Teacher Preparation, please                             American Sign Language 1, 2; Arabic 1; Chinese 1, 2, 3,
see the Teacher Preparation guide, available online at www.smc.                                4, 8, 9; Communication Studies 12, 14; English 2,
edu/articulation and in the Transfer/Counseling Center.                                        3,	4,	5,	6,	7,	8,	9, 10, 11 (same as Film Studies 11),
                   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 2012-2013


                            (12*),	14,	15,	17,	18,	(25*),	26	(same as Humanities                          Each course in the area of emphasis (major) must be completed
                            26), (27A-Z*), 30A, 30B, (30C), (30D), 31, 32 (same                           with a grade of C or higher.
                            as History 30), 34,	38,	39,	40,	41,	45,	50,	51	(same as
                                                                                                          liberal arts (18 units)
                            Religious Studies 51), 52	(same as Religious Studies 52),
                            53,	54,	55,	56,	57,	58,	59;	Film	Studies	7, 11 (same                               Program Learning Outcomes: Students completing a
                            as English 11); Environmental Studies 20 (same as Phi-                        degree in Liberal Arts – Social & Behavioral Science will dem-
                            losophy 20); French 1, 2, 3, 4, 8, (12); German 1, 2, 3,                      onstrate through oral and written academic work knowledge of
                            4, 8; Hebrew 1, 2, 3, 4, 8; History 30 (same as English                       the social and behavioral sciences and be prepared to pursue
                            32), 48 (same as Philosophy 48), 53,	55;	Humanities	26	                       further study in a related major at the baccalaureate level. Stu-
                            (same as English 26); Italian 1, 2, 3, (4), 8; Japanese 1,                    dents will be proficient in the research, analytical, and commu-
                            2, 3, 4, 8; Korean 1, 2, 3, 4; Persian 1, 2; Philosophy 1,                    nication skills necessary to present a critical analysis.
                            2,	3,	4,	5,	6,	10,	11,	20	(same	as	Environmental	Stud-                        Select from the following two groups: (Some of these courses will
                            ies 20), 22 (same as Religious Studies 22), 23 (same as                       also satisfy GE areas IIA, IIB, and/or III. These courses are designated
                            Religious Studies 23), 24, 41, 48 (same as History 48),                       by bold	underlined text)
                            51	(same as Political Science 51), 52	(same as Political
                            Science 52); Political	Science	51	(same as Philosophy                         GROUP A: SOCIAL SCIENCE
                            51), 52	(same as Philosophy 52); Religious Studies (22)                       Select at least two courses from different disciplines: (minimum 6
                            (same as Philosophy 22), (23) (same as Philosophy 23),                        units required)
                            51	(same as English 51), 52	(same as English 52); Rus-                             Economics 1, 2, 5 (satisfies Global Citizenship requirement
                            sian 1, 2, (3), (4), 8; Spanish 1, 2, 3, 4, 8, 9, 11, 12,                              if completed Spring 2008 or later) (same as Global Stud-
                            20; Speech (see Communication Studies) (2), (4); Turk-                                 ies 5 and Political Science 5), 6,	15	(same as History 15);
                            ish 1                                                                                  Environmental Studies 7 (satisfies Global Citizenship
Areas of Emphasis




                                                                                                                   requirement if completed Fall 2001 or later) (same as
                    ( ) Courses in parentheses are no longer offered.                                              Geography 7); Geography 2, 7 (same as Environmental
   Majors and




                    *May be 1.5 or 2 unit course; additional course may be required to                             Studies 7), 8 (same as Urban Studies 8), 11 (same as
                    meet minimum 6 unit Arts requirement.                                                          Global Studies 11), 14; Global Studies 5 (satisfies Global
                         PLEASE NOTE: Courses that fulfill the Global Citizenship                                  Citizenship requirement if completed Spring 2008 or later)
                    requirement are designated by bold underlined text.                                            (same as Economics 5 and Political Science 5), 10, 11
                                                                                                                   (same as Geography 11); History	1,	2,	3,	4,	5,	6,	10, 11,
                                                                                                                   12,	13,	15	(same as Economics 15), 16, 19, 20, 21, 22,

                    Liberal Arts – Social                                                                          23,	24,	25,	26,	(28),	29,	30,	33,	34,	(35),	(36),	(37),	
                                                                                                                   38,	39,	41,	42,	43,	45,	46,	47,	48	(same as Philosophy

                    & Behavioral Science                                                                           48), 52,	55,	62;	Philosophy	48	(same as History 48),
                                                                                                                   51	(same as Political Science 51), 52	(same as Political
                                                                                                                   Science 52); Political Science 1, 2, 3, 5 (satisfies Global
                         The Liberal Arts – Social & Behavioral Science program                                    Citizenship if completed Spring 2008 or later) (same as
                    focuses on the combined study of the social and behavioral                                     Economics 5 and Global Studies 5), 7, 8, 11, 14, 21, 22,
                    sciences, as distinguished from the arts and humanities, with                                  23,	(28),	31,	47,	51	(same as Philosophy 51), 52	(same
                    an emphasis on economics, history, political science, psychol-                                 as Philosophy 52); Sociology 1, 1 S, 2, 2 S, 4, 12, (22),
                    ogy, sociology, and anthropology. This major provides a broad                                  30, 31, 32, 33, 34; Urban Studies 8 (same as Geography
                    education that can be used in a variety of careers, including                                  8); Women’s Studies 10, 20, 30
                    teaching.
                                                                                                          ( ) Courses in parentheses are no longer offered.
                         This major may also lead to many other careers. For addi-                        *May be 1.5 or 2 unit course; additional course may be required to
                    tional possibilities, visit the Career Services Center on campus                      meet minimum 6 unit Arts requirement.
                    to utilize computerized career information systems and other
                                                                                                          GROUP B: BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE
                    valuable career resources.
                                                                                                          Select at least two courses from different disciplines: (minimum 6
                         For additional information on Teacher Preparation, please                        units required)
                    see the Teacher Preparation guide, available online at www.smc.                            Anthropology 2 (satisfies Global Citizenship requirement if
                    edu/articulation and in the Transfer/Counseling Center.                                        completed Fall 2008 or later), 3, 4, 7, 14 (satisfies Global
                                                                                                                   Citizenship requirement if completed Fall 2008 or later),
                    assOCiate Degree                                                                               19, 20, 21, 22; Astronomy 6; Bilingual Studies 1;
                                                                                                                   Communication (see Media Studies) (1), (10); Com-
                    The Associate degree in Liberal Arts – Social & Behavioral Sci-
                                                                                                                   munication Studies 31, 37; Early Childhood Educa-
                    ence involves satisfactory completion of a minimum of 60
                                                                                                                   tion 11 (satisfies Global Citizenship requirement if com-
                    semester units with a C average or higher, including at least
                                                                                                                   pleted Fall 2009 or later), 18 (same as Psychology 18);
                    18 semester units in the Social & Behavioral Science area of
                                                                                                                   Environmental Studies 40 (satisfies Global Citizenship
                    emphasis (articulated below), fulfillment of the Global Citizen-
                                                                                                                   requirement if completed Fall 2011 or later) (same as Psy-
                    ship requirement, and fulfillment of all Santa Monica College
                                                                                                                   chology 40); Home Economics (6) (same as Psychology
                    general education requirements, CSU GE, or IGETC.
                                                                                                                   6); Human Development (12); Media Studies 1, 10;
                       At least 50% of the area of emphasis (major) units                                          Nutrition 7; Psychology	1,	3,	5,	6	(same as Home Eco-
                    must be completed at Santa Monica College.                                                     nomics 6), 11 (same as Early Childhood Education 1), 12,
                                       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 2012-2013                                   111


        13, 14, 18 (same as Early Childhood Education 18), 19,                        	 •	 University	of	California,	Santa	Barbara
        25,	40 (satisfies Global Citizenship requirement if com-                           B.S. Mathematics/B.S. Mathematical Sciences
        pleted Fall 2011 or later) (same as Environmental Studies                          B.A. Mathematics
        40); Speech (see Communication Studies) (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
                                                                                      	 •	 California	State	University,	Northridge
meet minimum 6 unit Arts requirement.
                                                                                           B.A. Mathematics
     PLEASE NOTE: Courses that fulfill the Global Citizenship
                                                                                           B.S. Mathematics
requirement are designated by bold underlined text.
                                                                                          Santa Monica College has articulation agreements for this
                                                                                      major (see www.smc.edu/articulation for exact requirements)

Mathematics                                                                           with the following private and out-of-state institutions:
                                                                                      	 •	 Loyola	Marymount	University
                                                                                           B.S. Mathematics
     Mathematicians use symbolic languages to set up and
analyze relationships among quantities and qualities of things,                            General education requirements for the University of Cali-
events, and places. Pure mathematicians develop the theories                          fornia, California State University and other local universities
to further the science of mathematics. Possible careers include                       are listed in the Academics section of this catalog, as well as
actuary, computer engineer, cryptographer, satellite communi-                         online (go to www.smc.edu/articulation).
cations expert, robotics programmer, statistician and teacher.


                                                                                      Mathematics –
     This major may also lead to many other careers. For addi-




                                                                                                                                                           Areas of Emphasis
tional possibilities, visit the Career Services Center on campus
to utilize computerized career information systems and other




                                                                                                                                                              Majors and
valuable career resources.
                                                                                      Associate in Science
transfer
     Students planning to transfer to a four-year college should
                                                                                      for Transfer (AS-T) to
complete the lower-division major requirements and the gen-
eral education pattern for the appropriate transfer institution.
                                                                                      CSU
Santa Monica College has articulation agreements for this
                                                                                      Upon successful completion of the Santa Monica College’s
major with the following UC, CSU, and private institutions.
                                                                                      AS-T in Mathematics, the student will have a strong academic
Exact major requirements for these and other UC and CSU
                                                                                      foundation in the field and be prepared for upper division
campuses can be found online at www.assist.org. Articulation
                                                                                      baccalaureate study. This coursework will satisfy most of the
agreements with private institutions can be found online at
                                                                                      lower-division Mathematics requirements at many institutions
www.smc.edu/articulation.
                                                                                      at both the University of California and the California State
	 •	 University	of	California,	Berkeley                                               University systems*. This degree is intended for students who
     B.A. Mathematics/Applied Mathematics                                             are interested in the theory of Mathematics and are planning to
                                                                                      transfer to a four-year university and majoring in Mathematics,
	 •	 University	of	California,	Davis
                                                                                      Physics, Engineering, or Computer Science.
     A.B. Mathematics
     B.S. Mathematics                                                                 *Completion of this degree will likely give you priority admis-
     A.B. Statistics                                                                  sion consideration in the majors at the CSU campuses listed
     B.S. Statistics (General Option)                                                 below. In addition, you will need to complete no more than
     B.S. Statistics (Computer Science)                                               60 semester/90 quarter CSU units of coursework after transfer
                                                                                      to complete your degree. If you are considering transfer to
	 •	 University	of	California,	Irvine
                                                                                      a UC, private, or out-of-state university, please consult
     B.S. Mathematics
                                                                                      a counselor before applying to transfer, as that institu-
	 •	 University	of	California,	Los	Angeles                                            tion’s transfer requirements might be different from those
     B.S. Mathematics                                                                 required for the AS-T in Mathematics.
     Other majors offered:
     Mathematics of Computation                                                       assOCiate Degree in mathematiCs fOr transfer tO
     Mathematics/Economics                                                            CsU
     Mathematics/Applied Science
                                                                                      The AS-T in Mathematics for Transfer to CSU is granted upon
	 •	 University	of	California,	San	Diego                                              successful completion of a program of study with a minimum
     B.A. Mathematics                                                                 of 60 semester units with an overall average grade of C or
     Other majors offered:                                                            higher. The following is required:
     B.A. Applied Mathematics/B.S. Scientific Computation                               1. Completion of a minimum of 60 CSU-transferable semes-
     B.A. Mathematics/Applied Science                                                      ter units.
     B.A. Mathematics                                                                   2. Maintaining a minimum grade point average (GPA) of at
     B.A. Mathematics/Computer Science                                                     least 2.0 (C) in all CSU-transferable coursework. Note that
                   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 2012-2013


                        while a minimum GPA of 2.0 (C) is required for admis-                                  B.A. Mathematics with Subject Matter Preparation
                        sion, some majors/campuses may require a higher GPA.                                      Program
                        Please consult with a counselor for details. (Please note:
                                                                                                         	 •	 Fresno	State	University
                        Nonresident and international students are required to                                B.A. Mathematics
                        have a minimum GPA of 2.4 for admission.)
                     3. Certified completion of the California State University                          	 •	 Humboldt	State	University
                        General Education-Breadth pattern (CSU GE Breadth); OR                                B.A. Mathematics (All Concentrations)
                        the Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum                         	 •	 Sacramento	State	University
                        (IGETC) pattern. (Please note: Students transferring to CSU                           B.A. Mathematics – Applied Mathematics And Statistics
                        must complete IGETC Area 1C.)                                                            Emphasis
                     4. Completion of major coursework detailed below. All                                    B.A. Mathematics – Pure Mathematics Emphasis
                        courses in the major must be completed with a grade of C                              B.A. Mathematics – Teacher Preparation Program
                        or higher.                                                                               Emphasis
                                                                                                         	 •	 San	Francisco	State	University
                    mathematics for transfer (21 units)
                                                                                                              B.A. Mathematics – Advanced Study Concentration
                       Required Courses: (18 units)
                                                                                                              B.A. Mathematics – Liberal Arts Concentration
                       Math	7,	Calculus	1	(5)
                                                                                                              B.A. Mathematics – Teaching Concentration
                       Math	8,	Calculus	2	(5)
                                                                                                              B.S. Applied Mathematics
                       Math	11,	Multivariable	Calculus	(5)
                                                                                                              B.S. Statistics
                       Math 13, Linear Algebra (3)
                                                                                                         	 •	 Sonoma	State	University
                        Select at least one course from the following: (3 units)
Areas of Emphasis




                                                                                                              B.A. Applied Statistics
                        CS 10, Discrete Structures (3) (same as Math 10)                                      B.A. Mathematics – Bi-Disciplinary Concentration
                        Math 10, Discrete Structures (3) (strongly recommended)
   Majors and




                                                                                                              B.A. Mathematics – Pure Mathematics Concentration
                           (same as CS 10)                                                                    B.A. Mathematics – Secondary Teaching Concentration
                        Math	15,	Ordinary	Differential	Equations	(3)	(strongly                                B.A. Statistics
                           recommended)                                                                       B.S. Mathematics – Applied Mathematics Concentration
                        Physics 8, General Physics with Calculus (4)                                          B.S. Mathematics – Computer Science Concentration
                        Physics	21,	Mechanics	with	Lab	(5)

                    transfer
                        Upon completion of the Santa Monica College AS-T in
                                                                                                         Music
                    Mathematics, the student will be eligible for priority admission
                                                                                                              Musicians play, arrange, conduct, and compose musical
                    consideration to the majors at the following CSU campuses:
                                                                                                         compositions. Most musicians specialize in either popular
                    	 •	 California	State	University,	Bakersfield                                        or classical music, and are either solo artists or a member of
                         B.S. Mathematics – Applied option                                               a musical group. Composers create and write compositions
                         B.S. Mathematics – Statistics option                                            expressing ideas of feelings in musical form. Performers are
                         B.S. Mathematics – Teaching option                                              often also composers, or lyricists who write the words to songs
                         B.S. Mathematics – Theoretical option                                           and work closely with the composer. In addition to performing
                                                                                                         many musicians teach instrumental music.
                    	 •	 California	State	University,	Chico
                         B.S. Mathematics                                                                     The music curriculum provides educational opportunities
                                                                                                         designed to meet the needs of students who wish to explore as
                    	 •	 California	State	University,	East	Bay                                           well as increase their knowledge, performance skills and appre-
                         B.S. Mathematics                                                                ciation of music. This is fulfilled through a program inclusive
                         B.S. Mathematics – Applied Mathematics option                                   of applied and group music instruction, history, vocal and
                         B.S. Mathematics Teaching option                                                instrumental ensembles and theory.
                         B.S. Statistics
                                                                                                              Music History is the study of the historical evolution of
                    	 •	 California	State	University,	Fullerton                                          music as a social and intellectual phenomenon which includes
                         B.A. Mathematics                                                                the development of musical instruments and techniques and
                                                                                                         the analysis and criticism of musical literature. Students study
                    	 •	 California	State	University,	Monterey	Bay
                                                                                                         music around the world during different eras including the
                         B.S. Mathematics – Pure Math Concentration
                                                                                                         roots of the music and the political events that inspired them.
                         B.S. Mathematics – Secondary Teaching Concentration                             Careers include musicologists and music teachers.
                    	 •	 California	State	University,	Northridge                                              This major may also lead to many other careers. For addi-
                         B.S. Mathematics – Applied Mathematics option                                   tional possibilities, visit the Career Services Center on campus
                    	 •	 California	State	University,	San	Bernardino                                     to utilize computerized career information systems and other
                         B.A. Mathematics                                                                valuable career resources.

                    	 •	 California	State	University,	Stanislaus
                         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.
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transfer                                                                              Each course in the area of emphasis (major) must be completed
                                                                                      with a grade of C or higher.
     Students planning to transfer to a four-year college should
complete the lower-division major requirements and the gen-                           general music (39 units)
eral education pattern for the appropriate transfer institution.                           The Associate degree in Music involves satisfactory com-
Santa Monica College has articulation agreements for this                             pletion of a minimum of 60 semester units with a C average
major with the following UC, CSU, and private institutions.                           or higher, including at least 39 semester units in the General
Exact major requirements for these and other UC and CSU                               Music area of emphasis (articulated below), fulfillment of the
campuses can be found online at www.assist.org. Articulation                          Global Citizenship requirement, and fulfillment of all Santa
agreements with private institutions can be found online at                           Monica College general education requirements, CSU GE, or
www.smc.edu/articulation.                                                             IGETC.

	 •	 University	of	California,	Davis                                                  Required Courses: (18-21 units)
     Music A.B.                                                                           Music 1, Fundamentals of Music (3) or Music 66,
                                                                                              Fundamentals	of	Music	and	Beginning	Piano	(5)
	 •	 University	of	California,	Irvine                                                     Music 2, Musicianship (2)
     Music (B.A. or B.S. Music)                                                           Music 3, Musicianship (2)
     Bachelor of Music (Special String Performance)                                       Music 4, Musicianship (2)
                                                                                          Music 6, Diatonic Harmony (3)
	 •	 University	of	California,	Riverside
                                                                                          Music 7, Chromatic Harmony (3)
     Music B.A.
                                                                                          Music 8, Modulation and Analysis (3)
     Music and Culture B.A.
                                                                                      All students must complete 8 units of performance ensemble selected
	 •	 University	of	California,	San	Diego




                                                                                                                                                            Areas of Emphasis
                                                                                      from:
     Music/Humanities B.A.                                                                  Music 40, Opera Workshop (2,2,2)
     Music: Interdisciplinary Computing in the Arts, B.A.




                                                                                                                                                               Majors and
                                                                                            Music	42,	Advanced	Opera	Production	(5,5,5,5)
	 •	 University	of	California,	Santa	Barbara                                                Music	45,	Musical	Theatre	Workshop	(3,3) (same as
     B.A./B.M. Music                                                                           Theater Arts 45)
                                                                                            Music	52,	Advanced	Production	–	Musical	Theatre	(5,5,5)
	 •	 California	State	University,	Monterey	Bay                                              Music	53,	Jazz	Vocal	Ensemble	(2,2,2,2)
     B.A. Music                                                                             Music	55,	Concert	Chorale	(2,2,2,2)
	 •	 California	State	University,	Northridge                                                Music	59,	Chamber	Choir	(2,2,2,2)
     B.A. Music                                                                             Music 64, Piano Ensemble (2,2,2,2)
     B.F.A. Music                                                                           Music 74, Orchestra (2,2,2,2)
     Breadth Studies option                                                                 Music 76, Intermediate Brass, Woodwinds and Percussion
     Music Industry option                                                                     (2,2,2,2)
     Music Education option                                                                 Music 77, Wind Ensemble (2,2,2,2)
                                                                                            Music 78, Jazz Ensemble (2,2,2,2)
     Music Therapy option
                                                                                            Music 81, Introduction to Mariachi Performance (2,2,2)
	 •	 San	Francisco	State	University
                                                                                      All students must complete a minimum of 4 units from the following:
     B.A./B.M. Music
                                                                                            Music 60A, Elementary Piano – First Level (2) or Music
    Santa Monica College has articulation agreements for this                                  66,	Fundamentals	of	Music	and	Beginning	Piano	(5)	
major (see www.smc.edu/articulation for exact requirements)                                    [only 2 units apply to piano requirement; student will
with the following private and out-of-state institutions:                                      need to take 2 additional units of piano to fulfill this
                                                                                               area]
	 •	 Loyola	Marymount	University                                                            Music 60B, Elementary Piano – Second Level (2)
     B.A. Music in the following concentrations:                                            Music 60C, Elementary Piano – Third Level (2)
     Choral Conducting                                                                      Music 60D, Elementary Piano – Fourth Level (2)
     Instrumental Conducting                                                                Music 61A, Intermediate Piano – Fifth Level (2)
     Instrumental Studies                                                                   Music 61B, Intermediate Piano – Sixth Level (2)
     Music History/Literature
     Theory/Composition                                                                    Piano majors may be exempt by examination given by the
     Vocal Studies                                                                    piano faculty.
     World Music/Ethnomusicology                                                           Students beyond the intermediate/early advanced level in
                                                                                      piano may be exempted from this requirement by audition.
     General education requirements for the California State                          Certification of the exemption by the Music Department must
Universities and Colleges and other local universities are listed                     be filed with the petition for graduation. Students exempted
elsewhere in this catalog, as well as online (go to www.smc.edu/                      from this requirement receive course credit but do not receive
articulation).                                                                        unit credit.
                                                                                      Select additional units to meet minimum of 39 units from:
assOCiate Degree – 60 Units
                                                                                           Music 10, Popular Harmony and Arranging (3)
At least 50% of the area of emphasis (major) units must                                    Music 12, Introduction to Music Technology (3)
be completed at Santa Monica College.                                                      Music 13, Tonal Counterpoint (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 2012-2013


                        Music	15,	Lettering	(3)                                                         average or higher, including at least 39 semester units in the
                        Music 24, Conducting (2,2)                                                      Applied Music area of emphasis (articulated below), fulfillment
                        Music 30, Music History I (3)                                                   of the Global Citizenship requirement, and fulfillment of all
                        Music 31, Music History II (3)                                                  Santa Monica College general education requirements, CSU
                        Music 32, Appreciation of Music (3)                                             GE, or IGETC.
                        Music 33, Jazz in American Culture (3)
                        Music 34, Survey of Piano Music (3)                                             Required Courses: (15 units)
                        Music	35,	Women	in	Music	(3)                                                        Music 2, Musicianship (2)
                        Music 36, History of Rock Music (3)                                                 Music 3, Musicianship (2)
                        Music 37, Music in American Culture (3)                                             Music 4, Musicianship (2)
                        Music 39, History Of Opera (3)                                                      Music 6, Diatonic Harmony (3)
                        Music 40, Opera Workshop (2,2,2)                                                    Music 7, Chromatic Harmony (3)
                        Music	42,	Advanced	Opera	Production	(5,5,5,5)                                       Music 8, Modulation and Analysis (3)
                        Music	45,	Musical	Theatre	Workshop	(3,3) (same as
                          Theater Arts 45)                                                              Select 4 units from:
                        Music	50A,	Elementary	Voice	(2,2)                                                    Music 60A, Elementary Piano – First Level (2)
                        Music	50B,	Intermediate	Voice	(2,2,2,2)                                              Music 60B, Elementary Piano – Second Level (2)
                        Music	52,	Advanced	Production	–	Musical	Theatre	(5,5,5)                              Music 60C, Elementary Piano – Third Level (2)
                        Music	53,	Jazz	Vocal	Ensemble	(2,2,2,2)                                              Music 60D, Elementary Piano – Fourth Level (2)
                        Music	57,	Advanced	Vocal	Performance	Techniques	(2,2)                                Music 61A, Intermediate Piano – Fifth Level (2)
                        Music	59,	Chamber	Choir	(2,2,2,2)                                                    Music 61B, Intermediate Piano – Sixth Level (2)
                        Music 60A, Elementary Piano – First Level (2) or Music
Areas of Emphasis




                          66,	Fundamentals	of	Music	and	Beginning	Piano	(5)	                                 Piano majors may be exempt by examination given by the
                                                                                                        piano faculty.
   Majors and




                          [only 2 units apply to piano requirement; student will
                          need to take 2 additional units of piano to fulfill this                           Students beyond the intermediate/early advanced level in
                          area]                                                                         piano may be exempted from this requirement by audition.
                        Music 60B, Elementary Piano – Second Level (2)                                  Certification of the exemption by the Music Department must
                        Music 60C, Elementary Piano – Third Level (2)                                   be filed with the petition for graduation. Students exempted
                        Music 60D, Elementary Piano – Fourth Level (2)                                  from this requirement receive course credit but do not receive
                        Music 61A, Intermediate Piano – Fifth Level (2)                                 unit credit.
                        Music 61B, Intermediate Piano – Sixth Level (2)
                        Music 63, Sight Reading at Keyboard (2,2,2,2)                                   All students must complete 4 semesters of performance ensemble
                        Music 64, Piano Ensemble (2,2,2,2)                                              selected from:
                        Music	65A,	Keyboard	Improvisation	I	(3)                                               Music 40, Opera Workshop (2,2,2)
                        Music	65B,	Keyboard	Improvisation	II	(3)                                              Music	42,	Advanced	Opera	Production	(5,5,5,5)
                        Music 70A, String Instrument Techniques (2,2)                                         Music	45,	Musical	Theatre	Workshop	(3,3) (same as
                        Music 70B, Intermediate Strings Techniques (2,2)                                         Theater Arts 45)
                        Music 70C, Advanced String Techniques (2,2)                                           Music	52,	Advanced	Production-Musical	Theatre	(5,5,5)
                        Music 71, Woodwind Instrument Techniques (2,2)                                        Music	53,	Jazz	Vocal	Ensemble	(2,2,2,2)
                        Music 72, Brass Instrument Techniques (2,2)                                           Music	55,	Concert	Chorale	(2,2,2,2)
                        Music 73A, Percussion Instrument Techniques (2,2)                                     Music	59,	Chamber	Choir	(2,2,2,2)
                        Music 73B, Intermediate Percussion ensemble Instrument                                Music 64, Piano Ensemble (2,2,2,2)
                          Techniques (2,2)
                                                                                                              Music 74, Orchestra (2,2,2,2)
                        Music 74, Orchestra (2,2,2,2)
                                                                                                              Music 76, Intermediate Brass, Woodwinds and Percussion
                        Music 76, Intermediate Brass, Woodwinds and Percussion
                                                                                                                 (2,2,2,2)
                          (2,2,2,2)
                        Music 77, Wind Ensemble (2,2,2,2)                                                     Music 77, Wind Ensemble (2,2,2,2)
                        Music 78, Jazz Ensemble (2,2,2,2)                                                     Music 78, Jazz Ensemble (2,2,2,2)
                        Music 81, Introduction to Mariachi Performance (2,2,2)                                Music 81, Introduction to Mariachi Performance (2,2,2)
                        Music 84A, Popular Guitar, First Level (2,2)                                    12 units required:
                        Music 84B, Popular Guitar, Second Level (2,2,2,2)                                   Music 92, Applied Music Instruction (2,2,2,2) – four
                        Music 87A, Classical and Flamenco Guitar, First Level
                                                                                                                semesters
                          (2,2)
                                                                                                            Music 94, Concert Music Class (1,1,1,1) – four semesters
                        Music 87B, Classical and Flamenco Guitar, Second Level
                          (2,2,2,2)                                                                     Recommended Courses:
                    Recommended Courses:                                                                    Music 30, Music History I (3)
                        Music 30, Music History I (3)                                                       Music 31, Music History II (3)
                        Music 31, Music History II (3)                                                       Additional graduation requirements for the Associate
                    applied music (39 units)                                                            degree from Santa Monica College are listed in the Academics
                         The Associate degree in Applied Music involves satisfac-                       section of this catalog, as well as online (go to www.smc.edu/
                    tory completion of a minimum of 60 semester units with a C                          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 2012-2013                                   115




Nursing – RN
                                                                                       	 •	 University	of	California,	Irvine
                                                                                            B.S. Nursing Science
                                                                                       	 •	 University	of	California,	Los	Angeles
      The objectives of this program are to prepare students to                             Nursing-Generic/Prelicensure/B.S.
meet the minimum standards of the California Board of Reg-                                        The Generic/Prelicensure Bachelor of Science (B.S.)
istered Nursing and employment in the field. Students must                                  degree program at UCLA has been designed to prepare stu-
complete all requirements for the Associate degree in order to                              dents for a career in nursing. This is a three-year program
graduate from the program (exception: LVN 30 unit option).                                  beginning in the freshman year.
The Associate degree in Nursing (ADN) requires satisfactory                                       In addition to the general UC application for admis-
completion of at least 71 semester units with a C average or                                sion, applicants to the nursing program must complete a
higher in the Nursing area of emphasis (articulated below),                                 supplementary application with the School of Nursing.
the Global Citizenship requirement*, and fulfillment of Santa                               The Nursing Generic/Prelicensure program is not open
Monica College general education requirements, CSU GE, or                                   to second baccalaureate applicants. Students with a non-
IGETC. Nursing students who earned a Bachelor’s degree or                                   nursing baccalaureate degree should apply for the Masters
higher at a regionally accredited institution are not required to                           Entry Clinical Nursing (MSN/MECN) program.
complete GE requirements at the community college. However,                                 Visit www.nursing.ucla.edu or www.nursing.ucla.edu for more
Sociology	 1,	 Communication	 Studies	 35,	 and	 Psychology	 19	                            information regarding this major and UCLA’s transfer
are considered requirements and must be completed. Please                                   selection process.
see a Health Sciences counselor for additional information or
clarification.                                                                         	 •	 California	State	University,	Fullerton
                                                                                            B.S. Nursing
    Upon completion, graduates are eligible to apply to take




                                                                                                                                                            Areas of Emphasis
the National Council Licensing Examination (NCLEX) to                                  	 •	 California	State	University,	Los	Angeles
become a Registered Nurse.                                                                  B.S. Nursing




                                                                                                                                                               Majors and
    Students seeking admission to the Nursing Program MUST                             	 •	 San	Jose	State	University
meet the following criteria:                                                                B.S. Nursing

	 •	 A	 cumulative	 grade	 point	 average	 of	 2.5	 for	 all college                   	 •	 California	State	University,	Northridge
     coursework;                                                                            B.S. Nursing

	 •	 An	 overall	 grade	 point	 average	 of	 2.5	 for	 the	 Human	                     	 •	 California	State	University,	San	Bernardino
     Anatomy, Human Physiology, and Microbiology prereq-                                    B.S. Nursing
     uisite	courses,	taken	in	the	last	5	years,	with	no	grade	less	                    	 •	 San	Francisco	State	University
     than C for each course, and no more than one repetition/                               B.S. Nursing
     withdrawal in the group of courses;
                                                                                           Santa Monica College has articulation agreements for this
	 •	 College-level	English	composition	class	(minimum 3 semes-                         major (see www.smc.edu/articulation for exact requirements)
     ter units) with a grade of no less than C;                                        with the following private and out-of-state institutions:
	 •	 Be	in	good	standing	at	Santa	Monica	College	(not	on	aca-                          	 •	 International	University	of	Nursing,	St.	Kitts
     demic or progress probation);                                                          Please see www.iuon.org for more information.
	 •	 Meet	 the	 minimum	 physical	 qualifications	 &	 essential	                            B.S. Nursing
     functions (more information at www.smc.edu/nursing/                               	 •	 Kaplan	University
     majorpreparation.htm);                                                                 B.S. Nursing
	 •	 Must	have	negative	criminal	background	check;                                     	 •	 Mills	College
                                                                                            Pre-Nursing Program
	 •	 Must	take	and	achieve	the	required	score	on	an	Admissions	
     Assessment; and                                                                   	 •	 Mount	St.	Mary’s	College
                                                                                            B.S. Nursing
	 •	 Have	a	valid	Social	Security	Number.
                                                                                       	 •	 National	University
    Application for admission to the nursing program is made
                                                                                            B.S. Nursing
through the Health Sciences counselor at the Bundy Campus.
For more information, see www.smc.edu/nursing.                                         	 •	 University	of	Southern	Nevada,	College	of	Nursing
                                                                                            Please see www.usn.edu/nursing for more information.
     Students planning to transfer to a four-year college should
complete the lower-division major requirements and the gen-
                                                                                       assOCiate Degree – nUrsing (aDn)
eral education pattern for the appropriate transfer institution.
Santa Monica College has articulation agreements for this                              The Associate degree in Nursing involves satisfactory comple-
major with the following UC, CSU, and private institutions.                            tion of 71 semester units with a C average or higher in the
Exact major requirements for these and other UC and CSU                                Nursing area of emphasis (articulated below), fulfillment of
campuses can be found online at www.assist.org. Articulation                           the Global Citizenship requirement, and fulfillment of all Santa
agreements with private institutions can be found online at                            Monica College general education requirements, CSU GE, or
www.smc.edu/articulation.                                                              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.
                     116       Santa Monica college catalog 2012-2013


                       At least 50% of the area of emphasis (major) units                                        OPTION 2:
                    must be completed at Santa Monica College.                                                     Students who enrolled at Santa Monica College Fall
                                                                                                                   2007 or later or who have not maintained continu-
                    Each course in the area of emphasis (major) must be completed
                                                                                                                   ous enrollment* must: Pass Math Proficiency Test**
                    with a grade of C or higher.
                                                                                                                   and one of the courses listed below or complete the
                    aDn Curriculum – 71 units                                                                      Santa Monica College math assessment and place into
                    Prerequisite Courses: (16 units)                                                               Math 18, 20, 32, or higher and take one of the follow-
                         English 1, Reading and Composition 1 (3)                                                  ing courses: Accounting 1, 2; Communication Studies
                         Anatomy 1, General Human Anatomy (4) (prerequisite:                                       21; any Computer Science course; Philosophy 7, 9;
                            English 1 or equivalent)                                                               Sociology 4; Speech (see Communication Studies) (11)
                         Physiology 3, Human Physiology (4) (prerequisites: Anato-                               OPTION 3:
                                                                                                                   Students who enrolled at Santa Monica College prior
                            my 1 and Chemistry 10 or eligibility for Chemistry 11)
                                                                                                                   to Fall 2007 and who have maintained continuous
                         Microbiology	1,	Fundamentals	of	Microbiology	(5)	(pre-
                                                                                                                   enrollment* must: Pass Math Proficiency Test** and
                            requisites: Chemistry 10 or eligibility for Chemistry 11, and
                                                                                                                   one of the courses listed below or complete the Santa
                            Physiology 3 or Biology 3 or 21)
                                                                                                                   Monica College math assessment and place into Math
                        Once the above prerequisites are completed you may meet                                    18, 20, 32, or higher and take one of the following
                    with the Health Sciences counselors to apply to the program.                                   courses: Accounting 1, 2, 21; Business 32; Communi-
                    There is a 3 semester wait period from the date of application.                                cation	Studies	11,	12,	21,	35;	any	Computer	Informa-
                                                                                                                   tion Systems course; English 2, 23, 48; ESL 23; Jour-
                         Nursing Theory courses have a corresponding Clinical                                      nalism	1;	Philosophy	7,	9;	Psychology	5;	Sociology	4;	
                    (laboratory) component that must be taken concurrently.                                        Speech (see Communication Studies) (1),	(2),	(5),	(11)	
Areas of Emphasis




                    Additional ADN Graduation Requirements*: (19 units)                                            *Continuous enrollment is defined as enrollment in each
   Majors and




                        Each course must be completed with a grade of C or                                         Fall and Spring semester until graduation.
                    higher, except for Social Science Group A, Global Citizenship/                                 **Students may complete this exam any time within one
                    Humanities, and Math, which must be completed with a grade                                     year of their anticipated graduation date. Note that stu-
                    of D or higher.                                                                                dents may retest only once after an 8-week wait.
                        Communication	Studies	35,	Interpersonal	Communica-                                       Upon admission to the Nursing program, the courses
                                                                                                           listed below will be required. Please note that Nursing Theory
                            tions (3) (formerly Speech 5)
                                                                                                           classes have a corresponding Clinical (laboratory) component
                        Global Citizenship/Humanities (select one course from
                                                                                                           that must be taken concurrently.
                            the following): Art (72), (79) (satisfies Global Citizen-
                            ship requirement if completed Fall 2008 or later), AHIS                        Level 1/First Semester: 8 units
                            11 (satisfies Global Citizenship requirement if completed                           Admission to the Nursing Program:
                            Fall 2008 or later), 72, Cinema (7) (see Film Studies),                             Nursing 10, Nursing Skills (2)
                            Communication Studies 14, Dance 2, English 9, 10,                                   Nursing 10L, Nursing Skills Laboratory (2)
                            Film Studies 7, Music 33 (satisfies Global Citizenship                              Nursing 36, Calculations in Drugs and Solutions (1)
                            requirement if completed Fall 2005 or later), 36 (satisfies                         Prerequisite Courses: Nursing 10, Nursing 10L, Nursing 36
                            Global Citizenship requirement if completed Fall 2009 or                            Nursing	15,	Nursing	Fundamentals	(2)
                            later), 37                                                                          Nursing	15L,	Nursing	Fundamentals	Laboratory	(2)
                        Psychology 19, Lifespan Human Development (3)                                      Level 2/Second Semester: 8 units
                        Social	Science	–	Group	A	(3)/History	10,	11,	12,	15	(same                               Prerequisite Courses: Nursing 15, Nursing 15L
                            as Economics 15),	45,	46,	Political	Science	1                                       Nursing 17, Pharmacological Aspects of Nursing (3)
                        Sociology 1, Introduction (3)                                                           Nursing 20, Introduction to Medical/Surgical Nursing (2)
                        Speech (see Communication Studies) (4)                                                  Nursing 20L, Introduction to Medical/Surgical Nursing
                        Nursing 17, Pharmacology (3)                                                               Laboratory (2)
                        Nursing 36, Calculations in Drugs and Solutions (1)                                     Prerequisite Courses: Nursing 20, Nursing 20L, Nursing 19*
                                                                                                                Nursing 16, Physical Assessment (1)**
                         Nursing students who earned a Bachelor’s degree or higher
                                                                                                                Nursing	25,	Psychiatric	Mental	Health	Nursing	(1.5)
                           at a regionally accredited institution are not required to
                                                                                                                Nursing	25L,	Psychiatric	Mental	Health	Nursing	
                           complete the GE requirements at the community col-                                      Laboratory	(1.5)**
                           lege. However, Sociology 1, Communication Studies                                    Nursing 28, Community-Based Nursing Practice (1)**
                           35,	and	Psychology	19	are	considered	Nursing	require-                                **Nursing 28, Nursing 16 and Nursing 25L must be taken
                           ments.                                                                               concurrently with Nursing 25
                    Choose	one	option	from	the	following	three:                                            Level 3/Third Semester: 10 units
                        OPTION 1:                                                                               Prerequisite Courses: Nursing 25, Nursing 25L, Nursing 16,
                            Computer Science 10 (same as Math 10); Math 2, 7, 8,                                   Nursing 17, Nursing 28
                            10 (same as CS 10),	11,	13,	15,	18,	20,	21,	(22),	(23),	                            Nursing	30,	Intermediate	Medical/Surgical	Nursing	(2.5)
                            (24), 26, 28, 29, 32 (satisfies area if completed Fall 2006                         Nursing 30L, Intermediate Medical/Surgical Nursing
                            or later),	41,	52,	54                                                                  Laboratory	(2.5)
                        ( ) Courses in parentheses are no longer offered.                                       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.
                                                                            Santa Monica college catalog 2012-2013                                   117


     Nursing	35L,	Advanced	Medical/Surgical	Nursing	                                  the past two years. All interested students must meet with the
       Laboratory	(2.5)                                                               Program Director.
Level 4/Fourth Semester: 9 units                                                      Choose	one	option	from	the	following	three:
     Prerequisite Courses: Nursing 35, Nursing 35L, Psychology 19                         OPTION 1:
     Nursing	40,	Nursing	of	Children/Pediatrics	(1.5)                                         Computer Science 10 (same as Math 10); Math 2, 7, 8,
     Nursing 40L, Nursing of Children/Pediatrics Laboratory                                   10 (same as CS 10),	11,	13,	15,	18,	20,	21,	(22),	(23),	
        (1.5)                                                                                 (24), 26, 28, 29, 32 (satisfies area if completed Fall 2006
     Nursing	45,	Women’s	Health	Care	(1.5)                                                    or later),	41,	52,	54
     Nursing	45L,	Women’s	Health	Care	Laboratory	(1.5)                                    ( ) Courses in parentheses are no longer offered.
     Prerequisite Courses: All courses that are part of the Nursing                       OPTION 2:
        Curriculum Plan.                                                                      Students who enrolled at Santa Monica College Fall
     Nursing	50,	Professional	Role	Transition	(1)                                             2007 or later or who have not maintained continuous
     Nursing	50L,	Professional	Role	Transition	Laboratory	(2)                                 enrollment* must: Pass Math Proficiency Test** and
                                                                                              one of the courses listed below or complete the Santa
lvn to aDn, Career ladder Curriculum Option                                                   Monica College math assessment and place into Math
(for lvns Only)                                                                               18, 20, 32, or higher and take one of the following
     Each course must be completed with a grade of C or                                       courses: Accounting 1, 2; Communication Studies 21;
higher.                                                                                       any Computer Science course; Philosophy 7, 9; Sociol-
Pre-Preparation:                                                                              ogy 4; Speech (see Communication Studies) (11)
     English Assessment Test                                                              OPTION 3:
     Math Assessment Test                                                                     Students who enrolled at Santa Monica College prior
     Chemistry 10 or eligibility for Chemistry 11




                                                                                                                                                              Areas of Emphasis
                                                                                              to Fall 2007 and who have maintained continuous
Prerequisites: (18 units)                                                                     enrollment* must: Pass Math Proficiency Test** and




                                                                                                                                                                 Majors and
     Anatomy 1, General Human Anatomy (4) (prerequisite:                                      one of the courses listed below or complete the Santa
        English 1 or equivalent)                                                              Monica College math assessment and place into Math
     English 1, Reading and Composition 1 (3)                                                 18, 20, 32, or higher and take one of the following
     Microbiology	1,	Fundamentals	of	Microbiology	(5)	(pre-                                   courses: Accounting 1, 2, 21; Business 32; Communica-
        requisites: Chemistry 10 or eligibility for Chemistry 11,                             tion	Studies	11,	12,	21,	35;	any	Computer	Information	
        and Physiology 3 or Biology 3 or 21)                                                  Systems course; English 2, 23, 48; ESL 23; Journalism 1;
     Nursing 19, Orientation for Advanced Placement-ADN                                       Philosophy	7,	9;	Psychology	5;	Sociology	4;	Speech	(see
        program (2)                                                                           Communication Studies) (1),	(2),	(5),	(11)	
     Physiology 3, Human Physiology (4) (prerequisites: Anato-                                *Continuous enrollment is defined as enrollment in each
        my 1 and Chemistry 10 or eligibility for Chemistry 11)                                Fall and Spring semester until graduation.
                                                                                              **Students may complete this exam any time within one
Additional ADN Graduation Requirements*: (21 units)                                           year of their anticipated graduation date. Note that students
    Each course must be completed with a grade of C or                                        may retest only once after an 8-week wait.
higher, except for Social Science Group A, Global Citizenship/
                                                                                      Level 3:
Humanities, and Math, each of which can be completed with a
                                                                                           Each course must be completed with a grade of C or higher.
grade of D or higher.
    Communication	Studies	35,	Interpersonal	Communica-                                      Required Nursing Courses – 10 units
        tion (3) (formerly Speech 5)                                                        Nursing 16, Physical Assessment (1)**
    Global Citizenship/Humanities (select one course from the                               Nursing	25,	Psychiatric	Mental	Health	Nursing	(1.5)
        following): Art (72), (79) (satisfies Global Citizenship                            Nursing	25L,	Psychiatric	Mental	Health	Nursing	Laboratory	
        requirement if completed Fall 2008 or later), Art History                              (1.5)**
        11 (satisfies Global Citizenship requirement if completed                           Nursing 28, Community Based Nursing (1)**
        Fall 2008 or later), 72, Cinema (see Film Studies) (7),                             Nursing	35,	Advanced	Medical/Surgical	Nursing	(2.5)
        Communication Studies 14, Dance 2, English 9, 10,                                   Nursing	35L,	Advanced	Medical/Surgical	Nursing	(2.5)
        Film Studies 7, Music 33 (satisfies Global Citizenship                              ** Nursing 28, Nursing 16 and Nursing 25L must be taken
        requirement if completed Fall 2005 or later), 36 (satisfies                         concurrently with Nursing 25
        Global Citizenship requirement if completed Fall 2009 or
                                                                                      Level 4:
        later), 37; Speech (see Communication Studies) (4)
                                                                                           Each course must be completed with a grade of C or higher.
    Psychology 19, Lifespan Human Development (3)
    Sociology 1, Introduction to Sociology (3)                                              Required Nursing Courses – 9 units
                                                                                            Nursing	40,	Nursing	of	Children/Pediatrics	(1.5)
     Note: Some courses may be taken prior to semester listed,
                                                                                            Nursing 40L, Nursing of Children/Pediatrics Laboratory
and some courses must be completed prior to entry into Level
                                                                                               (1.5)
3, and all courses part of the Nursing Curriculum Plan (*) must
                                                                                            Nursing	45,	Women’s	Health	Care	(1.5)
be taken before Level 4/Fourth Semester.
                                                                                            Nursing	45L,	Women’s	Health	Care	Laboratory	(1.5)
     Nursing Theory courses have a corresponding Clinical
                                                                                            Nursing	50,	Professional	Role	Transition	(1)
(laboratory) component that must be taken concurrently.
                                                                                            Nursing	50L,	Professional	Role	Transition	Laboratory	(2)
     Students must have a valid CA LVN license, IV Certifica-
tion, and one year of experience in direct patient care within                        TOTAL	UNITS:	55	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.
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                         NOTE: Students who have not already taken the math                                      Nursing	50,	Professional	Role	Transition	(1)
                    course(s) required to meet the Santa Monica College general                                  Nursing	50L,	Professional	Role	Transition	Laboratory	(2)
                    Associate degree requirements must take the Math Proficiency
                    Test prior to receiving the degree. Students may complete this                         glOBal Citizenship reQUirement
                    exam any time within one year of their anticipated graduation
                    date. Note that the exam may be taken only once.                                            Students who entered Santa Monica College prior to Fall
                                                                                                           1998 are exempt from this requirement only if continuous
                    CUrriCUlUm 30-Unit OptiOn – nO assOCiate Degree;                                       enrollment has been maintained. (Continuous enrollment is
                    OptiOn Open tO lvns OnlY                                                               defined as enrolling in each Fall and Spring semester until gradu-
                         It is possible for an LVN to become eligible to take the RN                       ation).
                    license exam without having earned the Associate degree.
                    Requirements are:                                                                      assOCiate Degree fOr rn With nO COllege CreDit
                    	 •	 Meeting	 admission	 requirements	 for	 the	 Nursing	 pro-                              A registered nurse, who has trained in a hospital where
                         gram; minimum physical qualifications; completion of all                          no college credit is granted for such training and who holds
                         required courses listed below; and
                                                                                                           a current California Registered Nurse license, may receive 30
                    	 •	 Licensure in California as a vocational nurse in good
                                                                                                           units of credit in nursing toward an Associate degree at Santa
                         standing with the Board of Vocational Nursing and Psy-
                                                                                                           Monica College. A petition for graduation can be made when at
                         chiatric Technical and at least one year of direct nursing
                         experience within the past two years, preferably in an acute                      least 30 units, including all graduation requirements, have been
                         care setting.                                                                     completed or are in the process of being completed.
                    Persons interested in this curriculum option are advised that:
                      1. There are out-of-California licensure limitations;                                Career laDDer OppOrtUnities
Areas of Emphasis




                      2. There may be employment limitations; and                                               Individuals with equivalent nursing education and licensed
   Majors and




                      3. No degree is granted.                                                             vocational nurses may be given transfer credit, advanced place-
                    Pre-Preparation:                                                                       ment and/or be permitted to challenge nursing courses. A
                         Chemistry 10 or eligibility for Chemistry 11                                      special application is required in addition to the regular college
                                                                                                           application. Contact the Health Sciences department for more
                    Prerequisite Courses (with a grade of C or higher): 11 units
                                                                                                           information.
                         Microbiology	1,	Fundamentals	of	Microbiology	(5)	
                            (prerequisites: Chemistry 10 or eligibility for Chemistry 11,                       A licensed vocational nurse may become a graduate of
                            and Physiology 3 or Biology 3 or 21)                                           the registered nursing program by completing the following
                         Nursing 19, Orientation for Advanced Placement-ADN                                requirements for the Associate degree: meeting admission
                            Program (2)                                                                    requirements for the LVN to ADN curriculum, minimum physi-
                         Physiology 3, Human Physiology (4) (prerequisites: Anato-                         cal qualifications, proof of valid California unrestricted LVN
                            my 1 and Chemistry 10 or eligibility for Chemistry 11)                         license and at least one year of direct nursing experience within
                         Nursing Theory courses have a corresponding Clinical                              the past two years, preferably in an acute care setting.
                    (laboratory) component that must be taken concurrently.
                                                                                                           COntinUing eDUCatiOn
                    Level 3:
                         Each course must be completed with a grade of C or                                     Registered nurses seeking re-licensure must submit satisfac-
                    higher.                                                                                tory proof that during the previous 24-month period the licens-
                                                                                                           ee has completed 30 hours of continuing education. Selected
                         Required Nursing Courses – 10 units
                                                                                                           nursing courses qualify for continuing education credit. Other
                         Nursing 16, Physical Assessment (1)**
                         Nursing	25,	Psychiatric	Mental	Health	Nursing	(1.5)                               courses may be used if they relate to a specific area of job per-
                         Nursing	25L,	Psychiatric	Mental	Health	Nursing	                                   formance or pursuit of a higher degree in nursing.
                            Laboratory	(1.5)**                                                                   The appropriate California board (Board of Registered
                         Nursing 28, Community Based Nursing (1)**                                         Nursing or Board of Vocational Nurses and Psychiatric Techni-
                         Nursing	35,	Advanced	Medical/Surgical	Nursing	(2.5)                               cians) should be contacted about the suitability of a specific
                         Nursing	35L,	Advanced	Medical/Surgical	Nursing	(2.5)
                                                                                                           course for meeting the continuing education requirement for
                         ** Nursing 28, Nursing 16 and Nursing 25L must be taken
                                                                                                           re-licensure. Upon completion of the course, the nurse should
                         concurrently with Nursing 25
                                                                                                           write	 “Provider	 Number	 01050”	 on	 either	 the	 official	 grade	
                    Level 4:                                                                               sheet or transcript and maintain it as a record of satisfying the
                         Each course must be completed with a grade of C or                                requirement.
                    higher.
                         Required Nursing Courses – 9 units                                                aCCreDiting agenCies
                         Nursing	40,	Nursing	of	Children/Pediatrics	(1.5)                                     National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission
                         Nursing 40L, Nursing of Children/Pediatrics Laboratory                               3343	Peachtree	Road	NE,	Suite	850
                            (1.5)                                                                             Atlanta, GA 30326
                         Nursing	45,	Women’s	Health	Care	(1.5)                                                (404)	975-5000
                         Nursing	45L,	Women’s	Health	Care	Laboratory	(1.5)                                    www.nlnac.org
                                        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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    California Board of Registered Nursing                                                  Nutrition and Food Industries Concentration
    1625	North	Market	Boulevard,	Suite	N217                                                 Nutrition Science Concentration
    Sacramento,	CA	95834-1924
                                                                                      	 •	 California	State	University,	Northridge
    (916)	322-3350
                                                                                           B.S. Family and Consumer Sciences
    www.rn.ca.gov
                                                                                           Option in Nutrition, Dietetics and Food Dietetics


Nutrition and
                                                                                      	 •	 California	State	University,	Long	Beach
                                                                                           B.S. Dietetics & Food Administration

Dietetics                                                                             	 •	 California	State	University,	Los	Angeles
                                                                                           B.S. Nutritional Science
                                                                                      	 •	 California	State	University,	San	Bernardino
      A program that prepares individuals to integrate and apply
                                                                                           B.S. Nutrition and Food Sciences
the principles of the food and nutrition sciences, human behav-
ior, and the biomedical sciences to design and manage effective                       	 •	 San	Diego	State	University
nutrition programs, and utilize food for human growth in a                                 Food and Nutrition
variety of settings including health care organizations, food
                                                                                      	 •	 San	Francisco	State	University
service operations, business and industry (product develop-
                                                                                           B.S. Dietetics
ment, marketing, consulting), education and research, health
promotion, and private practice counseling. Careers include:                                General education requirements for the University of Cali-
Nutritionist, Nutrition Educator, Weight Loss Counselor, Diet                         fornia and California State University and other local universi-
Technician, Food Services Manager, Patient Services Manager,                          ties are available online at www.smc.edu/articulation and listed in




                                                                                                                                                            Areas of Emphasis
Dietician, Pediatric Dietician, Nutrition Researcher, Sports                          the Academics section of this catalog.
and Cardiac Rehabilitation Dietician, Nutrition Consultant,
                                                                                          Santa Monica College has articulation agreements for this




                                                                                                                                                               Majors and
Diabetes Educator, and many others.
                                                                                      major (see www.smc.edu/articulation for exact requirements)
     The Associate degree track may be completed in two years                         with the following private and out-of-state institution:
and consists of a core of liberal arts, nutrition and science
                                                                                      	 •	 Arizona	State	University
courses. The support courses in the curriculum pattern allow
                                                                                           Dietetics
the student to explore special interests that are related to their
                                                                                           Food and Nutrition Management
personal/professional goals/interests.
                                                                                           Human Communication
transfer                                                                                   Nutrition Communication
     Students planning to transfer to a four-year college should

                                                                                      Office Technology
complete the lower-division major requirements and the gen-
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.                           Formerly	Office	Information	Systems
Exact major requirements for these and other UC and CSU
                                                                                            Office workers are responsible for a variety of administra-
campuses can be found online at www.assist.org. Articulation
                                                                                      tive and clerical duties necessary to run and maintain orga-
agreements with private institutions can be found online at
                                                                                      nizations efficiently. They use a variety of software, produce
www.smc.edu/articulation.
                                                                                      correspondence, maintain databases, manage projects, as well
	 •	 University	of	California,	Berkeley                                               as organize meetings, manage records, and schedule appoint-
     B.S. Nutritional Science (The Department of Nutritional                          ments. Office workers find employment in a variety of settings,
        Science and Toxicology is located in the College of                           such as corporations, government agencies, schools, and hospi-
        Natural Resources)                                                            tals. Some related job titles include office assistant, administra-
     Students select between two specializations:                                     tive assistant, executive assistant, and data entry/clerical.
     Physiology & Metabolism
                                                                                           This major may also lead to many other careers. For addi-
     Dietetics
                                                                                      tional possibilities, visit the Career Services Center on campus
	 •	 University	of	California,	Davis                                                  to utilize computerized career information systems and other
     B.S. Clinical Nutrition                                                          valuable career resources.
     B.S. Nutritional Science
     Nutrition option                                                                 assOCiate Degree – 60 Units
     Public Health option
                                                                                      The suggested program assumes no previous instruction in
	 •	 California	State	Polytechnic	University,	Pomona                                  Office Technology courses. Beginning courses may be waived
     Foods and Nutrition: Dietetics                                                   if students have sufficient skills to be eligible for the advanced
     Foods and Nutrition: Nutrition Science                                           courses.
	 •	 California	State	Polytechnic	University,	San	Luis	                               The Associate degree in Office Technology involves satisfactory
     Obispo                                                                           completion of a minimum of 60 semester units with a C aver-
     B.S. Nutrition                                                                   age or higher, including at least 30-32 semester units in the
     Applied Nutrition Concentration                                                  General Office, 30 semester units in the Legal Administrative
                   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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                    Assistant, or 33 semester units in the Medical Administrative                          terminology, law office procedures, legal research, computer
                    Assistant, or 33-34 semester units in the Medical Coding and                           technology, machine transcription and document preparation,
                    Billing Specialist area of emphasis (articulated below), fulfill-                      keyboarding, and written and verbal communication.
                    ment of the Global Citizenship requirement, and fulfillment of
                                                                                                           Required Courses: (27-29 units)
                    all Santa Monica College general education requirements, CSU
                                                                                                               Business	5,	Business	Law	(3)
                    GE, or IGETC.
                                                                                                               CIS 4, Introduction to Computers, Business Applications
                       At least 50% of the area of emphasis (major) units                                          (3)
                    must be completed at Santa Monica College.                                                 CIS 30, Microsoft Excel (3) (formerly CIS 31)
                                                                                                               CIS 37A, Microsoft Word I (3)
                    Each course in the area of emphasis (major) must be completed
                                                                                                               CIS 37B, Microsoft Word II (3)
                    with a grade of C or higher.
                                                                                                               CIS 39, MS Outlook – Comprehensive Course (3)
                    general Office (30-32 units)                                                               OFTECH	5,	English	Skills	for	the	Office	(3)
                          The General Office program provides training in common                               OFTECH 30, Legal Office Procedures (3)
                    skills used in the business office: keyboarding, computer appli-                           OFTECH 31, Legal Terms and Transcription (3)
                    cations, English, accounting, and business communications.
                                                                                                           Select 3 units from the following keyboarding courses:
                    General office workers obtain employment in many environ-
                    ments: corporate settings, government facilities, schools, and                              OFTECH 1, Keyboarding I (3) or OFTECH 1A, Keyboard-
                    hospitals. Related job titles include administrative assistant,                                 ing 1A (1) and OFTECH 1B, Keyboarding 1B (1) and
                    executive assistant, executive secretary, office assistant, and                                 OFTECH 1C, Keyboarding 1C (1)
                    secretary. After gaining some work experience or specialized                                OFTECH 1B, Keyboarding 1B (1)
                    skills, many workers transfer to jobs with higher pay or greater                            OFTECH 1C, Keyboarding 1C (1)
                    advancement potential.                                                                      OFTECH 9, Keyboarding Improvement (1,1,1)
Areas of Emphasis




                          Students may qualify for an Associate degree in this major.                           OFTECH 10, Skill Building on the Keyboard (3)
   Majors and




                    The suggested program assumes no previous instruction in                               medical administrative assistant (33 units)
                    Office Technology courses. Beginning courses may be waived                                   The Medical Administrative Assistant certificate program
                    if students have sufficient skills to make them eligible for the                       prepares students for employment in a medical environment.
                    advanced courses.                                                                      Students develop skills and knowledge to perform a variety of
                    Required Courses: (27-29 units)                                                        duties to aid in the efficient workflow and operations of a medi-
                        Accounting	1,	Introduction	to	Financial	Accounting	(5)	                            cal related facility. Coursework indicates medical terminol-
                            or Accounting 21, Business Bookkeeping (3)                                     ogy, computer technology, medical law and ethics, and “front
                        Business 32, Business Communication (3)                                            office” tasks-such as patient scheduling, reception, coding and
                        CIS 1, Computer Concepts with Applications (3)                                     billing, transcription, and records management..
                        CIS 4, Introduction to Computers, Business Applications                            Required Courses: (30 units)
                            (3)                                                                                CIS 4, Introduction to Computers, Business Applications
                        CIS 30, Microsoft Excel (3) (formerly CIS 31)                                              (3)
                        CIS 37A, Microsoft Word I (3)                                                          CIS 37A, Microsoft Word I (3)
                        CIS 37B, Microsoft Word II (3)                                                         CIS 37B, Microsoft Word II (3)
                        CIS 39, MS Outlook – Comprehensive Course (3)                                          CIS 39, MS Outlook – Comprehensive Course (3)
                        OFTECH	5,	English	Skills	for	the	Office	(3)                                            OFTECH	5,	English	Skills	for	the	Office	(3)
                    Select 3 units from the following keyboarding courses:                                     OFTECH 20, Medical Vocabulary (3)
                         OFTECH 1, Keyboarding I (3) or OFTECH 1A, Keyboard-                                   OFTECH 21, Medical Terms and Transcription 1 (3)
                             ing 1A (1) and OFTECH 1B, Keyboarding 1B (1) and                                  OFTECH 23, Medical Billing (Medisoft) (3)
                             OFTECH 1C, Keyboarding 1C (1)                                                     OFTECH 24, Medical Coding/Billing 1 (3)
                         OFTECH 9, Keyboarding Improvement (1,1,1)                                             OFTECH 27, Medical Office Procedures (3)
                         OFTECH 10, Skill Building on the Keyboard (3)                                     Select 3 units from the following keyboarding courses to complete the
                         Additional general education requirements are listed in the                       33 required units:
                    Academics section of this catalog, as well as online (go to www.                            OFTECH 1, Keyboarding I (3) or OFTECH 1A, Keyboard-
                    smc.edu/articulation).                                                                          ing 1A (1) and OFTECH 1B, Keyboarding 1B (1) and
                                                                                                                    OFTECH 1C, Keyboarding 1C (1)
                    legal administrative assistant (30 units)                                                   OFTECH 9, Keyboarding Improvement (1,1,1)
                          Legal administrative assistants perform the administrative                            OFTECH 10, Skill Building on the Keyboard (3)
                    tasks in a law office, such as answering the telephone, managing
                    files, preparing law office correspondence and legal documents,                        medical Coding and Billing specialist	(33-34	units)
                    and maintaining the calendar. Legal administrative assistants                               Medical Coding and Billing Specialists are primarily
                    are	 in	 great	 demand.	 Qualified	 legal	 administrative	 assistants	                 responsible for submitting documentation of patient medical
                    who have strong skills can find lucrative opportunities with                           care to insurance companies. Duties include billing insurance
                    law firms and corporate legal departments, government agen-                            companies and patients; collecting payment for services; and
                    cies, and a variety of business and industries—such as banks,                          documenting tests, treatments, and procedures, using correct
                    insurance companies, investment firms, and real estate com-                            medical terminology—referred to as “coding.” This program
                    panies. This program prepares students to pursue employment                            provides the training that is required to perform these duties.
                    as a legal administrative assistant. Training is provided in legal                     Employment outlook for medical billing/coding workers is
                                        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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expected to grow much faster than the average for all occupa-                          Department CertifiCates
tions through 2018, due to rapid growth in the number of
                                                                                            At	least	50%	of	the	required	units	for	a	Department	Certifi-
medical tests, treatments, and procedures that will be increas-
                                                                                       cate must be completed at Santa Monica College.
ingly scrutinized by third-party payers, regulators, courts, and
consumers.                                                                             Students must receive a grade of C or higher in each course to
                                                                                       successfully complete a Department Certificate.
     Program Learning Outcomes: Applying knowledge
of diagnostic and procedural codes, the student will review                            Clerical/Data entry (12 units)
patients’ medical records and assign appropriate codes for                                   Organizations need to process a rapidly growing amount
reimbursement and billing purposes. Using a computerized                               of information. Data entry workers help ensure the efficient
patient billing system, the student will enter patient and case                        handling of information processing. Duties include inputting
information, process transactions and claims, create statements,                       data into computers and performing editing, proofreading, and
and produce reports.                                                                   clerical tasks. This certificate program provides training in the
Required Courses: (30-31 units)                                                        essential skills to carry out these tasks. Job opportunities exist
    Anatomy 1, General Human Anatomy (4) or Biology 2,                                 in part-time, full-time, and work-at-home positions. Data entry
        Human Biology (3)                                                              workers are known by various job titles, such as data entry clerk,
    CIS 4, Introduction to Computers, Business Applications                            data entry operator, data entry specialist, and clerk. Data entry
        (3)                                                                            jobs frequently serve as stepping stones to higher paying posi-
    CIS 30, Microsoft Excel (3) (formerly CIS 31)                                      tions with increased responsibilities.
    OFTECH	5,	English	Skills	for	the	Office	(3)                                             Program Learning Outcomes: Using source materials,
    OFTECH 20, Medical Vocabulary (3)                                                  the student will use Microsoft Word, Excel, Access, and Power-
    OFTECH 23, Medical Billing (Medisoft) (3)                                          Point software to input data. Applying knowledge of grammar,




                                                                                                                                                            Areas of Emphasis
    OFTECH 24, Medical Coding/Billing 1 (3)                                            punctuation, vocabulary, and spelling principles, the student
    OFTECH	25,	Medical	Coding/Billing	2	(3)




                                                                                                                                                               Majors and
                                                                                       will proofread and correct data input.
    OFTECH 26, Medical Coding/Billing 3 (3)
    OFTECH 27, Medical Office Procedures (3)                                           Required Courses: (9 units)
                                                                                           CIS 4, Introduction to Computers, Business Applications
Select 3 units from the following keyboarding courses:                                         (3)
     OFTECH 1, Keyboarding I (3) or OFTECH 1A, Keyboard-                                   CIS 37A, Microsoft Word I (3)
         ing 1A (1) and OFTECH 1B, Keyboarding 1B (1) and                                  CIS 37B, Microsoft Word II (3)
         OFTECH 1C, Keyboarding 1C (1)                                                     OFTECH	5,	English	Skills	for	the	Office	(3)
     OFTECH 9, Keyboarding Improvement (1,1,1)
     OFTECH 10, Skill Building on the Keyboard (3)                                     Select 3 units from the following keyboarding courses:
                                                                                            OFTECH 1, Keyboarding I (3) or OFTECH 1A, Keyboard-
Additional general education and graduation requirements for                                    ing 1A (1) and OFTECH 1B, Keyboarding 1B (1) and
the Associate degree from Santa Monica College are listed on                                    OFTECH 1C, Keyboarding 1C (1)
a separate sheet in the Transfer/Counseling Center, as well as                              OFTECH 9, Keyboarding Improvement (1,1,1)
online (go to www.smc.edu/articulation).                                                    OFTECH 10, Skill Building on the Keyboard (3)

CertifiCates Of aChievement                                                            medical Billing/Coding (15 units)
                                                                                             Medical Billing/Coding workers are primarily responsible
    At	 least	 50%	 of	 the	 required	 units	 for	 a	 Certificate	 of	                 for submitting documentation of patient medical care to insur-
Achievement must be completed at Santa Monica College.                                 ance companies. Duties include billing insurance companies
Students must receive a grade of C or higher in each course to                         and patients; collecting payment for services; and documenting
successfully complete a Certificate of Achievement.                                    tests, treatments and procedures, using correct medical termi-
                                                                                       nology – referred to as “coding”. The Medical Billing/Coding
general Office (30-32 units)                                                           Certificate program provides the training that is required to
    A Certificate of Achievement in General Office will be                             perform these duties. Employment outlook for medical billing/
granted upon completion of the major requirements listed                               coding workers is expected to grow much faster than the aver-
above.                                                                                 age for all occupations through 2012, due to rapid growth in
legal administrative assistant (30 units)                                              the number of medical tests, treatments, and procedures that
     A Certificate of Achievement in Legal Administrative Assis-                       will be increasing scrutinized by third-party payers, regulators,
tant will be granted upon completion of the major require-                             courts, and consumers.
ments listed above.                                                                         Program Learning Outcomes: Applying knowledge
medical administrative assistant (33 units)                                            of diagnostic and procedural codes, the student will review
     A Certificate of Achievement in Medical Administrative                            patients’ medical records and assign appropriate codes for
Assistant will be granted upon completion of the major require-                        reimbursement and billing purposes. Using a computerized
ments listed above.                                                                    patient billing system, the student will enter patient and case
                                                                                       information, process transactions and claims, create statements,
medical Coding and Billing specialist (33-34 units)
                                                                                       and produce reports.
     A Certificate of Achievement in Medical Coding and Bill-
ing Specialist will be granted upon completion of the major                            Required Courses: (12 units)
requirements listed above.                                                                 CIS 30, Microsoft Excel (3) (formerly CIS 31)
                    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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                         OFTECH 20, Medical Vocabulary (3)                                                and metric measurement rules. In the preparation of medical
                         OFTECH 23, Medical Billing (Medisoft) (3)                                        documents, the student will use a variety of reference resources.
                         OFTECH 24, Medical Coding/Billing 1 (3)
                                                                                                          Required Courses: (12 units)
                    Select 3 units from the following keyboarding courses:                                    OFTECH	5,	English	Skills	for	the	Office	(3)
                         OFTECH 1, Keyboarding I (3) or OFTECH 1A, Keyboard-                                  OFTECH 20, Medical Vocabulary (3)
                             ing 1A (1) and OFTECH 1B, Keyboarding 1B (1) and                                 OFTECH 21, Medical Terms & Transcription I (3)
                             OFTECH 1C, Keyboarding 1C (1)                                                    OFTECH 22, Medical Terms & Transcription II (3)
                         OFTECH 9, Keyboarding Improvement (1,1,1)
                                                                                                          Select 3 units of the following keyboarding courses:
                         OFTECH 10, Skill Building on the Keyboard (3)
                                                                                                               OFTECH 1, Keyboarding I (3) or OFTECH 1A, Keyboard-
                    medical records Clerk/receptionist (15 units)                                                  ing 1A (1) and OFTECH 1B, Keyboarding 1B (1) and
                         Employment of medical records technicians is expected to                                  OFTECH 1C, Keyboarding 1C (1)
                    increase by 18 percent through 2016—faster than the average                                OFTECH 9, Keyboarding Improvement (1,1,1)
                    for all occupations, according to the U.S. Department of Labor.                            OFTECH 10, Skill Building on the Keyboard (3)
                    The Medical Records Clerk/Receptionist certificate is ideal for
                    students who want to learn the basic skills needed to become                          Word processing (15 units)
                    employed in a healthcare setting. This certificate prepares stu-                           This certificate prepares students for both entry-level and
                    dents for entry-level records management/receptionists’ posi-                         advanced word processing positions in a variety of office set-
                    tions in hospitals, nursing homes, physician offices, and service                     tings. It also serves as a foundation for specialization in fields
                    agencies. Coursework includes training in storing, retrieving,                        such as legal transcription and desktop publishing. The Word
                    and maintaining medical records; front desk procedures; medi-                         Processing Certificate includes courses in rapid and accurate
                    cal vocabulary; computer technology; keyboarding; and written                         keyboarding, document editing and formatting, advanced word
Areas of Emphasis




                    and verbal communications. With experience and additional                             processing techniques, English skills for the office, and an over-
                    education, medical records clerk/receptionists may advance to                         view of the Microsoft Office Suite.
   Majors and




                    senior clerks, registered health information technicians (RHITs)
                                                                                                          Required Courses: (12 units)
                    registered health information administrators (RHIAs), consul-
                                                                                                              CIS 4, Introduction to Computers, Business Applications
                    tants, and educators.
                                                                                                                  (3)
                         Program Learning Outcomes: Using knowledge of                                        OFTECH	5,	English	Skills	for	the	Office	(3)
                    record keeping systems, students will organize and retrieve                               CIS 37A, Microsoft Word I (3)
                    patient records using alphabetic, numeric, and color-coded sys-                           CIS 37B, Microsoft Word II (3)
                    tems. Applying knowledge of front desk procedures, students
                                                                                                          Select 3 units from the following keyboarding courses:
                    will demonstrate knowledge of appropriate telephone skills
                                                                                                               OFTECH 1, Keyboarding I (3) or OFTECH 1A, Keyboard-
                    and face-to-face communications.
                                                                                                                   ing 1A (1) and OFTECH 1B, Keyboarding 1B (1) and
                    Required Courses: (11 units)                                                                   OFTECH 1C, Keyboarding 1C (1)
                        CIS 4, Introduction to Computers, Business Applications                                OFTECH 9, Keyboarding Improvement (1,1,1)
                            (3)                                                                                OFTECH 10, Skill Building on the Keyboard (3)
                        OFTECH	5,	English	Skills	for	the	Office	(3)
                        OFTECH 20, Medical Vocabulary (3)

                                                                                                          Philosophy
                        OFTECH 27, Medical Office Procedures (3)
                    Select 3 units from the following keyboarding courses:
                         CIS 30, Microsoft Excel (3) (formerly CIS 31)
                         OFTECH 9, Keyboarding Improvement (1,1,1)                                             Programs in philosophy are designed to develop the rea-
                         OFTECH 10, Skill Building on the Keyboard (3)                                    soning skills needed to understand and evaluate beliefs about
                                                                                                          man, society, reality, knowledge, truth, values, etc. Skills in
                    medical transcription (15 units)                                                      thinking and problem solving, research, writing, criticism, and
                          The Medical transcription certificate program prepares stu-                     analysis are emphasized. Philosophy programs provide a back-
                    dents to listen to dictated recordings made by physicians and                         ground for fields such as law, theology, journalism, business, or
                    other healthcare professionals and transcribe them into medi-                         public service. Some students earn graduate degrees to become
                    cal reports, correspondences, and other administrative material.                      college philosophy teachers.
                    Medical transcription is a particularly flexible career that easily
                    lends itself to many different work styles. Medical transcription-                         This major may also lead to many other careers. For addi-
                    ists work in hospitals, physicians’ offices, transcription service                    tional possibilities, visit the Career Services Center on campus
                    offices, clinics, laboratories, and at home. According to the US                      to utilize computerized career information systems and other
                    Department of Labor, employment of medical transcriptionists                          valuable career resources.
                    is	projected	to	grow	21-35	per	cent	through	2012.	With	experi-
                    ence, medical transcriptionists can advance to supervisory posi-                      transfer
                    tions, home-based work, editing, or consulting.
                                                                                                               Students planning to transfer to a four-year college should
                         Program Learning Outcomes: Using transcription equip-                            complete the lower-division major requirements and the gen-
                    ment and word processing software, the student will prepare                           eral education pattern for the appropriate transfer institution.
                    medical documents that represent correct format, spelling, capi-                      Santa Monica College has articulation agreements for this
                    talization, number usage, punctuation, abbreviations, symbols,                        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.
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Exact major requirements for these and other UC and CSU                               major with the following UC, CSU, private, and international
campuses can be found online at www.assist.org. Articulation                          institutions. Exact major requirements for these and other
agreements with private institutions can be found online at                           UC and CSU campuses can be found online at www.assist.org.
www.smc.edu/articulation.                                                             Articulation agreements with private institutions can be found
                                                                                      online at www.smc.edu/articulation.
	 •	 University	of	California,	Davis
     B.A. Philosophy                                                                  	 •	 Academy	of	Art	University,	San	Francisco
                                                                                           B.F.A. Fine Arts and Art Studies
	 •	 University	of	California,	Irvine
     B.A. Philosophy                                                                  	 •	 Art	Institute	of	Colorado
                                                                                           B.A. Photography
	 •	 University	of	California,	Los	Angeles
     B.A. Philosophy                                                                  	 •	 Brooks	Institute
                                                                                           Please note that Brooks is NOT a regionally accredited
	 •	 University	of	California,	Santa	Barbara
                                                                                           institution. Students wishing to pursue graduate work may
     B.A. Philosophy
                                                                                           have difficulty in applying units earned.
     Concentration I (Core Philosophy)
     Concentration II (Ethics and Public Policy)                                                 For requirements, see transfer agreement, available in
                                                                                            the Transfer/Counseling Center or online (go to www.smc.
	 •	 California	State	University,	Northridge
                                                                                            edu/articulation).
     B.A. Philosophy
                                                                                                 Students must have an overall 3.0 GPA and present a
    Santa Monica College has articulation agreements for this
                                                                                            portfolio at time of application.
major (see www.smc.edu/articulation for exact requirements)
with the following private and out-of-state institutions:                                   General education requirements for the University of Cali-




                                                                                                                                                            Areas of Emphasis
                                                                                      fornia and California State University and other local universi-
	 •	 Loyola	Marymount	University
                                                                                      ties are available online at www.smc.edu/articulation and listed in




                                                                                                                                                               Majors and
     B.A. Philosophy
                                                                                      the Academics section of this catalog.
      General education requirements for the University of Cali-
fornia and California State University and other local universi-                      assOCiate Degree – 60 Units
ties are available online at www.smc.edu/articulation and listed in
the Academics section of this catalog.                                                The Associate degree in Photography involves satisfactory com-
                                                                                      pletion of a minimum of 60 semester units with a C average or
                                                                                      higher, including at least 42 semester units in the Photography

Photography                                                                           area of emphasis (articulated below), fulfillment of the Global
                                                                                      Citizenship requirement, and fulfillment of all Santa Monica
                                                                                      College general education requirements, CSU GE, or IGETC.
      Photographers record visual images on film or videotape
                                                                                         At least 50% of the area of emphasis (major) units
to graphically illustrate or explain an idea, record an event or
                                                                                      must be completed at Santa Monica College.
capture a mood. They generally specialize in a particular type of
subject matter, such as portraits, landscape, nature or news pic-                     Each course in the area of emphasis (major) must be completed
tures	and	in	types	of	equipment	such	as	35	millimeter	cameras,	                       with a grade of C or higher.
video, or movie cameras. Some related job titles include por-
                                                                                      photography (36 units)
trait photographers, commercial and industrial photographers,
photojournalists, visual artists, and photo editors.                                  Required Courses:
                                                                                          Art 10C, Computer Design (3)
     This major may also lead to many other careers. For addi-
                                                                                          Photography 3, Commercial Photography (6) or Pho-
tional possibilities, visit the Career Services Center on campus
                                                                                              tography 30, Techniques of Lighting: Introduction
to utilize computerized career information systems and other
                                                                                              (4) or Photography 3A, Commercial Photography
valuable career resources.
                                                                                              Techniques 1 (3) and Photography 3B, Commercial
     Program Learning Outcomes: Students completing the                                       Photography Techniques 2 (3)
program in Photography will analyze and assess photographic                               Photography 4, Portrait Photography (3)
situations and solve technical problems and creative challenges                           Photography 6, Advanced Commercial Photography (8)
as they arise in a photographic production. Students will design                          Photography 39, Beginning Photoshop (3)
and construct photographic images that can communicate                                    Photography 43, Beginning Portfolio Development (3)
ideas or narratives effectively for commercial, editorial, or fine
                                                                                      Additional courses to total 36 units and recommended electives may
art purposes. And graduates will have the knowledge and skills
                                                                                      be selected from the following:
pertinent to the successful operation of a freelance photography
                                                                                            Photography 1, Introduction to Photography (3)
business and sound business practices in the trade.
                                                                                            Photography 2, Basic Photography Lab Techniques (2)
                                                                                            Photography	5,	Digital	Asset	Management,	Modification	
transfer
                                                                                               and Output (3)
     Students planning to transfer to a four-year college should                            Photography 7, Advanced Portfolio Development (3)
complete the lower-division major requirements and the gen-                                 Photography 9, Advanced Photography of People (3)
eral education pattern for the appropriate transfer institution.                            Photography 11, Color Transparency Photography (2) (no
Santa Monica College has articulation agreements for this                                      longer offered)
                   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 2012-2013


                         Photography 13, News Photography (3) (same as                                           Photography 21, Alternative Photographic Process (3)
                           Journalism 21)                                                                        Photography 24, Photo-Graphics (2) (no longer offered)
                         Photography 14, Photography for Publication (3)                                         Photography 29, Video Production for Still
                         Photography 21, Alternative Photographic Process (3)                                      Photographers (3)
                         Photography 24, Photo-Graphics (2) (no longer offered)                                  Photography 37, Advanced Black and White Printing (3)
                         Photography 29, Video Production for Still Photogra-                                    Photography 44, Building Web Sites for Photographers
                           phers (3)                                                                               (2)
                         Photography 37, Advanced Black and White Printing (3)                                   Photography	50,	Basic	Color	Printing	(3)
                         Photography 40, Digital Capture (3)                                                     Photography	51,	Printing	from	Positive	Materials	(3)	(no
                         Photography 42, Advanced Photoshop (3)                                                    longer offered)
                         Photography 44, Building Web Sites for Photographers                                    Photography	52,	History	of	Photography	(3)	(same as
                           (2)                                                                                     AHIS 52 and Art 73)
                         Photography	50,	Basic	Color	Printing	(3)                                                Photography 60, Business Practices in Photography (3)
                         Photography	51,	Printing	from	Positive	Materials	(3)	(no                                Photography 90A,B,C,D Internship (1,2,3,4)
                           longer offered)
                         Photography	52,	History	of	Photography	(3)	(same as

                                                                                                           Physics
                           AHIS 52 and Art 73)
                         Photography 60, Business Practices in Photography (3)
                         Photography 90A,B,C,D Internship (1,2,3,4)
                         Additional graduation requirements for the Associate                                    Physicists study matter, energy, and the relationships
                    degree from Santa Monica College are listed in the Academics                           between them and devise methods to apply laws and theories
Areas of Emphasis




                    section of this catalog, as well as online (go to www.smc.edu/                         of physics to industry, medicine, and other fields. Some career
                    articulation).                                                                         titles include acoustic physicist, astrophysicist, engineer, satel-
   Majors and




                                                                                                           lite data analyst, and medical or nuclear physicist.
                    CertifiCates Of aChievement
                                                                                                                This major may also lead to many other careers. For addi-
                        At	 least	 50%	 of	 the	 required	 units	 for	 a	 Certificate	 of	                 tional possibilities, visit the Career Services Center on campus
                    Achievement must be completed at Santa Monica College.                                 to utilize computerized career information systems and other
                    Students must receive a grade of C or higher in each course to                         valuable career resources.
                    successfully complete a Certificate of Achievement.
                                                                                                           transfer
                    photography (42 units)                                                                      Students planning to transfer to a four-year college should
                        A Certificate of Achievement in Photography is granted                             complete the lower-division major requirements and the gen-
                    upon completion of 42 units.                                                           eral education pattern for the appropriate transfer institution.
                    Required Courses: (32 units)                                                           Santa Monica College has articulation agreements for this
                        Art 10A, Design I (3)                                                              major with the following UC, CSU, and private institutions.
                        Photography 3, Commercial Photography (6) or                                       Exact major requirements for these and other UC and CSU
                            Photography 30, Techniques of Lighting: Introduction                           campuses can be found online at www.assist.org. Articulation
                            (4) or Photography 3A, Commercial Photography                                  agreements with private institutions can be found online at
                            Techniques 1 (3) and Photography 3B, Commercial                                www.smc.edu/articulation.
                            Photography Techniques 2 (3)
                                                                                                           	 •	 University	of	California,	Berkeley
                        Photography 4, Portrait Photography (3)
                                                                                                                B.A. Physics
                        Photography 6, Advanced Commercial Photography (8)
                        Photography 39, Beginning Photoshop (3)                                            	 •	 University	of	California,	Davis
                        Photography 40, Digital Capture (3)                                                     A.B. Physics
                        Photography 42, Advanced Photoshop (3)                                                  B.S. Physics
                        Photography 43, Portfolio Development (3)                                               Astrophysics emphasis
                    Additional courses to total 42 units and recommended electives may                     	 •	 University	of	California,	Irvine
                    be selected from:                                                                           B.S. Math
                          Photography 1, Introduction to Photography (3)
                          Photography 2, Basic Photography Lab Techniques (2)                              	 •	 University	of	California,	Los	Angeles
                          Photography	5,	Digital	Asset	Management,	Modification	                                B.A. Physics
                             and Output (3)                                                                     B.S. Physics
                          Photography 7, Advanced Portfolio Development (3)                                	 •	 University	of	California,	Riverside
                          Photography 9, Advanced Photography of People (3)                                     B.A. Physics
                          Photography 11, Color Transparency Photography (2) (no
                                                                                                                B.S. Physics
                             longer offered)
                                                                                                                Biophysics option
                          Photography 13, News Photography (3) (same as
                             Journalism 21)                                                                	 •	 University	of	California,	San	Diego
                          Photography 14, Photography for Publication (3)                                       B.A./B.S. Physics
                                        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 2012-2013                                   125


	 •	 University	of	California,	Santa	Barbara                                          	 •	 University	of	California,	San	Diego
     B.S. Physics                                                                          B.A. Political Science
	 •	 California	State	University,	Northridge                                          	 •	 University	of	California,	Santa	Barbara
     B.A. Physics                                                                          B.A. Political Science
     B.S. Physics                                                                     	 •	 University	of	California,	Santa	Cruz
    Santa Monica College has articulation agreements for this                              B.A. Politics
major (see www.smc.edu/articulation for exact requirements)                           	 •	 California	State	University,	Northridge
with the following private and out-of-state institutions:                                  B.A. Political Science
	 •	 Loyola	Marymount	University                                                          Santa Monica College has articulation agreements for this
     B.S. Physics                                                                     major (see www.smc.edu/articulation for exact requirements)
      General education requirements for the University of Cali-                      with the following private and out-of-state institutions:
fornia and California State University and other local universi-                      	 •	 American	University	of	Paris,	France
ties are available online at www.smc.edu/articulation and listed in                        International and Comparative Politics
the Academics section of this catalog.                                                     Art History Visual Cultural Track
                                                                                      	 •	 Arizona	State	University


Political Science
                                                                                           B.A./B.S. Political Science
                                                                                      	 •	 City	University	of	London,	England
                                                                                           International Politics




                                                                                                                                                           Areas of Emphasis
      Political scientists study the origin, development, and
                                                                                      	 •	 John	Cabot	University,	Rome,	Italy
operation of political systems and public policy. Some study
                                                                                           Political Science




                                                                                                                                                              Majors and
the actions of foreign governments, political parties, or revo-
                                                                                           International Affairs (validated by University of Wales)
lutionary movements. Others analyze topics such as public
                                                                                                This university is US regionally accredited. See www.
opinion, decision making, or the uses of ideology and public                               smc.edu/articulation for general education admission
policy. They may conduct surveys, analyze election results,                                requirements.
review Supreme Court decisions, or actions of legislative bod-
ies, or analyze the content of media articles. Some do academic                       	 •	 Mills	College
research, write, or teach. Others work on applied problems for                             B.A. Political, Legal & Economic Analysis
federal agencies, legislative committees, or individual office
holders/seekers. Some career titles include lawyer, politician or
director of polling and survey projects.
     This major may also lead to many other careers. For addi-
                                                                                      Psychology
tional possibilities, visit the Career Services Center on campus                           Psychologists study the behavior of individuals and groups
to utilize computerized career information systems and other                          and try to help people achieve satisfactory personal adjustment.
valuable career resources.                                                            They work with individuals, couples, families or groups. Some
                                                                                      engage in teaching or research, while others work with people
transfer                                                                              doing testing, counseling, or treatment in clinics, schools, and
                                                                                      industries. Some additional career titles include developmental
      Students planning to transfer to a four-year college should
                                                                                      psychologist, industrial/organizational psychologist, mental
complete the lower-division major requirements and the gen-
                                                                                      health coordinator, and community services worker.
eral education pattern for the appropriate transfer institution.                           This major may also lead to many other careers. For addi-
Santa Monica College has articulation agreements for this                             tional possibilities, visit the Career Services Center on campus
major with the following UC, CSU, private, and international                          to utilize computerized career information systems and other
institutions. Exact major requirements for these and other                            valuable career resources.
UC and CSU campuses can be found online at www.assist.org.
Articulation agreements with private institutions can be found                        transfer
online at www.smc.edu/articulation.
                                                                                           Students planning to transfer to a four-year college should
	 •	 University	of	California,	Berkeley                                               complete the lower-division major requirements and the gen-
     B.A. Political Science                                                           eral education pattern for the appropriate transfer institution.
	 •	 University	of	California,	Davis                                                  Santa Monica College has articulation agreements for this
     A.B. Political Science                                                           major with the following UC, CSU, and private institutions.
     A.B. Political Science (Public Service)                                          Exact major requirements for these and other UC and CSU
                                                                                      campuses can be found online at www.assist.org. Articulation
	 •	 University	of	California,	Irvine                                                 agreements with private institutions can be found online at
     B.A. Political Science                                                           www.smc.edu/articulation.
	 •	 University	of	California,	Los	Angeles                                            	 •	 University	of	California,	Berkeley
     B.A. Political Science                                                                B.A. Psychology
                   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.
                     126      Santa Monica college catalog 2012-2013


                    	 •	 University	of	California,	Davis                                                    	 •	 Saint	Mary’s	College	of	California
                         Psychology A.B.                                                                         B.A. Psychology
                         Psychology B.S. (Biology)
                                                                                                                  General education requirements for the University of Cali-
                         Psychology B.S. (Mathematics)
                                                                                                            fornia and California State University and other local universi-
                    	 •	 University	of	California,	Irvine                                                   ties are available online at www.smc.edu/articulation and listed in
                         B.A. Psychology                                                                    the Academics section of this catalog.
                         B.A. Psychology and Social Behavior
                         B.A. Social Ecology
                    	 •	 University	of	California,	Los	Angeles
                         Psychology B.A.
                                                                                                            Public Policy
                         Psychobiology B.S.                                                                      The Associate degree and Certificate of Achievement in
                         Cognitive Science B.S.                                                             Public Policy consist of an interdisciplinary and multidis-
                    	 •	 University	of	California,	Riverside                                                ciplinary course of study that presents an overview of the
                         B.A. Psychology                                                                    development and implementation of important public policies
                                                                                                            affecting the lives of local, regional, and state residents. This
                    	 •	 University	of	California,	Santa	Barbara                                            program is designed to equip students with the skill and tools
                         B.A. Psychology                                                                    to successfully engage in civic debate and to critically evaluate
                                                                                                            and analyze the development and implementation of substan-
                    	 •	 University	of	California,	Santa	Cruz
                                                                                                            tive public policies, while providing an opportunity to work
                         B.A. Psychology
                                                                                                            with governmental and non-governmental organizations and
Areas of Emphasis




                    	 •	 University	of	California,	San	Diego                                                agencies in a direct way.
                         B.A. Psychology
   Majors and




                                                                                                                 This major may also lead to many other careers. For addi-
                    	 •	 California	Polytechnic	State	University,	San	Luis	                                 tional possibilities, visit the Career Services Center on campus
                         Obispo                                                                             to utilize computerized career information systems and other
                         B.S. Psychology                                                                    valuable career resources.

                    	 •	 California	State	University,	Dominguez	Hills
                         B.A. Psychology                                                                    assOCiate Degree – 60 Units

                    	 •	 California	State	University,	Long	Beach                                            The Associate degree in Public Policy involves satisfactory com-
                         B.A. Psychology                                                                    pletion of a minimum of 60 semester units with a C average or
                                                                                                            higher, including at least 20 semester units in the Public Policy/
                    	 •	 California	State	University,	Los	Angeles                                           Political Science area of emphasis (articulated below), fulfill-
                         B.A. Psychology                                                                    ment of the Global Citizenship requirement, and fulfillment of
                                                                                                            all Santa Monica College general education requirements, CSU
                    	 •	 California	State	University,	Northridge
                                                                                                            GE, or IGETC.
                         B.A. Psychology
                                                                                                               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)
                    with the following private and out-of-state institutions:                               Each course in the area of emphasis (major) must be completed
                                                                                                            with a grade of C or higher.
                    	 •	 Alliant	International	University
                         B.A. Psychology                                                                    public policy (20 units)
                    	 •	 American	University	of	Paris,	France                                               Required Core Courses: (8 units)
                         Psychology                                                                             Political Science 1, National and California Government
                                                                                                                    (3)
                    	 •	 Arizona	State	University
                                                                                                                or
                         B.A./B.S. Psychology                                                                   Political Science 3, Introduction to Politics: Justice, Power
                    	 •	 Kaplan	University                                                                          and Agency (3)
                         B.A. Psychology/Applied Behavioral Analysis                                            Political Science 31, Introduction to Public Policy (3)
                                                                                                                Political	Science	95,	Public	Policy	–	Experiential Learning
                    	 •	 Loyola	Marymount	University                                                                (2)
                         B.A. Psychology
                         General education requirements are available online at                             Critical Thinking and Communication: Students are required to take
                         www.smc.edu/articulation or in the Transfer/Counseling                             one course from each area: (6 units)
                         Center.                                                                            AREA A: English Language and Critical Thinking (3 units)
                                                                                                               Business 32, Business Communications (3)
                    	 •	 Mills	College
                                                                                                               English 1, Reading and Composition 1 (3)
                         Psychology
                                                                                                               English 2, Critical Analysis and Intermediate
                    	 •	 National	University                                                                      Composition (3)
                         B.A. Psychology                                                                       English 31, Advanced Composition (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 2012-2013                                    127


    History 47, The Practice of History (3)                                                 Sociology 2, Social Problems (3) or Sociology 2S, Social
    Philosophy 7, Logic and Critical Thinking (3)                                              Problems – Service Learning (3)
                                                                                            Sociology 34, Racial and Ethics Relations in American
AREA B: Oral Communication/Media Literacy: (3 units)
                                                                                               Society (3)
   Communication Studies 11, Elements of Public Speaking
                                                                                            Sociology 30, African Americans in Contemporary Society
      (3) (formerly Speech 1)
                                                                                               (3)
   Communication Studies 37, Intercultural Communication
                                                                                            Sociology 31, Latinas/os in Contemporary Society (3)
      (3) (formerly Speech 7)
                                                                                            Sociology 32, Asian Americans in Contemporary Society
   Journalism 1, The News (3)                                                                  (3)
   Media Studies 1, Survey of Mass Media (3) (formerly                                      Urban Studies 8, Introduction to Urban Studies (3) (same
      Communication 1)                                                                         as Geography 8)
   Media Studies 2, Reading Media: Acquiring Media Literacy
      Skills (3) (formerly Communication 2)                                                Additional graduation requirements for the Associate
   Media Studies 10, Journalism, Gender, and Race (3)                                 degree from Santa Monica College are listed in the Academics
      (formerly Communication 10)                                                     section of this catalog, as well as online (go to www.smc.edu/
   Women’s Studies 30, Women and Popular Culture (3)                                  articulation).

                                                                                      CertifiCate Of aChievement
SPECIALIZATION AREA: Students are required to take two courses                             The Public Policy Certificate of Achievement correlates
WITHIN one of the following four (4) tracks: (6 units)                                with some of the lower division courses required to transfer
EDUCATION TRACK                                                                       into Public Policy, Public Administration, or Political Science
   Education 1, Career Choices in Education (3)                                       programs at several four-year institutions, as well as a broad




                                                                                                                                                               Areas of Emphasis
   Education 2, The Early Childhood Through 12th Grade-                               education for transfer in related disciplines.
      Teaching Experience (3)                                                             At	 least	 50%	 of	 the	 required	 units	 for	 a	 Certificate	 of	




                                                                                                                                                                  Majors and
   Early	Childhood	Education	45,	Children	with	Special	                               Achievement must be completed at Santa Monica College.
      Needs (3)
   Early Childhood Education 11, Child, Family and                                    Students must receive a grade of C or higher in each course to
      Community (3)                                                                   successfully complete a Certificate of Achievement.
   Early Childhood Education 19, Teaching in a Diverse                                public policy (20 units)
      Society (3)                                                                          A Certificate of Achievement is granted in Public Policy
   Early Childhood Education 64, Health, Safety and                                   upon completion of the 20 required units listed under Public
      Nutrition for Young Children (3)                                                Policy Associate degree.
ENVIRONMENTAL TRACK
   Biology 9, Environmental Biology (3)
   Environmental Studies 7, Introduction to Environmental
      Studies (3) (same as Geography 7)                                               Recycling and
   Environmental Studies 20, Environmental Ethics (3)
      (same as Philosophy 20)                                                         Resource Management
   Environmental Studies 40, Environmental Psychology (3)
      (same as Psychology 40)                                                             Recycling and Resource Management is among the largest
   Geography 14, Geography of California (3)                                          and most rapidly growing industries in America. As more cities
   Political Science 22, Environmental Politics and Policies                          and businesses develop sustainability and zero waste policies,
      (3)                                                                             the need increases for personnel who can properly manage
                                                                                      resource use and recycling. The Recycling and Resource Man-
PUBLIC HEALTH TRACK                                                                   agement curriculum emphasizes an interdisciplinary approach,
   Early Childhood Education 64, Health, Safety and                                   exploring recycling and resource management from a variety of
      Nutrition for Young Children (3)                                                perspectives and in a variety of settings. Core curriculum will
   Health 10, Fundamentals of Healthful Living (3)                                    provide students with an in-depth study of waste diversion
   Nursing 60, Multicultural Health and Healing Practices                             and resource management, emphasizing cultural, community,
      (3) (same as Health 60)                                                         and business applications. Courses cover governmental and
   Nutrition 1, Introduction to Nutrition (3)                                         organizational policies, practices, and procedures in waste and
   Nutrition 7, Food and Culture in America (3)                                       resource management, including best management practices
                                                                                      and successful community and educational zero waste pro-
URBAN/SOCIOECONOMIC TRACK
                                                                                      grams.
   Economics 1, Principles of Microeconomics (3)
   Economics 2, Principles of Macroeconomics (3)                                      assOCiate Degree – 60 Units
   Economics 6, Contemporary Economic Problems (3)
   History 10, Ethnicity and American Culture (3)                                     The Associate degree in Recycling and Resource Management
   Political Science 21, Race, Ethnicity, and the Politics of                         involves satisfactory completion of a minimum of 60 semester
      Difference (3)                                                                  units with a C average or higher, including at least 18 semes-
   Sociology 1, Introduction to Sociology (3) or Sociology                            ter units in the Recycling and Resource Management area of
      1S, Introduction to Sociology – Service Learning (3)                            emphasis (articulated below), fulfillment of the Global Citizen-
                   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.
                     128      Santa Monica college catalog 2012-2013


                    ship requirement, and fulfillment of all Santa Monica College                        that recycling and waste diversion play in solving global eco-
                    general education requirements, CSU GE, or IGETC.                                    nomic and environmental issues.
                       At least 50% of the area of emphasis (major) units                                    At	 least	 50%	 of	 the	 required	 units	 for	 a	 Certificate	 of	
                    must be completed at Santa Monica College.                                           Achievement must be completed at Santa Monica College.
                    Each course in the area of emphasis (major) must be completed                        Students must receive a grade of C or higher in each course to
                    with a grade of C or higher.                                                         successfully complete a Certificate of Achievement.

                    recycling and resource management (18 units)                                         recycling and resource management (18 units)
                    Required courses: (12 units)                                                             The Recycling and Resource Management Certificate of
                        RRM 1, Introduction to Recycling and Resource                                    Achievement can be obtained by completing 12 units with a
                            Management (3)                                                               grade of C or higher in each of the 4 required Recycling and
                        RRM 2, Culture and Zero Waste (3)                                                Resource Management core courses, two theoretical elective
                        RRM 3, Resource Management and Zero Waste for                                    courses, and an internship.
                            Communities (3)
                        RRM 4, Resource Management and Zero Waste for                                    Department CertifiCate
                            Business (3)                                                                      At	least	50%	of	the	required	units	for	a	Department	Certifi-
                    Select two courses from the following: (6 units)                                     cate must be completed at Santa Monica College.
                         Counseling 16, Job Success Skills (1) and Counseling                            Students must receive a grade of C or higher in each course to
                             90B, General Internship (2) or Counseling 90C,                              successfully complete the Department Certificate.
                             General Internship (3) (with permission of department
Areas of Emphasis




                             chair)                                                                      recycling and zero Waste (12 units)
                         Geography 7, Introduction to Environmental Geography                                A Department Certificate is granted in Recycling and Zero
   Majors and




                             (3) (same as Environmental Studies 7)                                       Waste upon completion of the courses listed below.
                         Political Science 22, Environmental Politics (3)                                Required Courses: (12 units)
                         Psychology 40, Environmental Psychology (3) (same as                                RRM 1, Introduction to Recycling and Resource Manage-
                             Environmental Studies 40)                                                           ment (3)
                                                                                                             RRM 2, Culture and Zero Waste (3)
                    CertifiCate Of aChievement                                                               RRM 3, Resource Management and Zero Waste for Com-
                                                                                                                 munities (3)
                         The program requirements for Certificates of Achievement
                                                                                                             RRM 4, Resource Management and Zero Waste for Busi-
                    in Recycling and Resource Management are designed to provide
                                                                                                                 ness (3)
                    students with the skills and knowledge necessary to obtain
                    desirable employment or advancement in the field of recycling                        Note: Golden West College and Irvine Valley College also offer
                    and resource management. The program is also designed to                             a certificate in this area of study. The courses will be accepted
                    provide students with a comprehensive perspective on the role                        at each institution in the manner shown on the chart below:


                                      COURSE TITLE                              SANTA MONICA                       IRVINE VALLEY                       GOLDEN WEST
                                                                                  COLLEGE                            COLLEGE                             COLLEGE
                            Introduction to Recycling and                                RRM 1                           ENV 180                           ENVS-G 141
                            Resource Management
                            Culture and Zero Waste                                       RRM 2                           ENV	185                           ENVS-G 142
                            Resource Management and Zero                                 RRM 3                           ENV 190                           ENVS-G 144
                            Waste for Communities
                            Resource Management and Zero                                 RRM 4                           ENV	195                           ENVS-G 143
                            Waste for Communities




                                      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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Respiratory Therapy
                                                                                            RESP TH 1, Introduction to Respiratory Therapy (2)
                                                                                                or [ELAC] RESP TH 1, Introduction to Respiratory
                                                                                                Therapy (1)
     The program is a partnership between Santa Monica Col-                                 RESP TH 29, Neonatal/Pediatric RT (4) or [ELAC] RESP
lege and East Los Angeles College (ELAC). Graduates earn a                                      TH 29, Neonatal and Pediatric Respiratory Therapy (4)
joint “certificate of completion” awarded by both colleges, as                              RES TH 60, Respiratory Physiology (4) or [ELAC] RESP
well as an Associate degree in Respiratory Therapy. The pos-                                    TH 6, Respiratory Physiology (4)
session of the Associate degree and certificate of completion                               First	Semester	Unit	Subtotal:	13-15
from the program allows the graduate to sit for the California                        SECOND SEMESTER (14 UNITS)
licensure exam to become a licensed Respiratory Care Practitio-                             [ELAC] RESP TH 2, Fundamentals of Respiratory Therapy
ner (RCP). Graduates are also eligible for the Advanced Prac-                                   (4)
titioner exams offered by the National Board for Respiratory                                RESP TH 70, Pathophysiology (4) or [ELAC] RESP TH 7,
Care (NBRC), which leads to the awarding of the nationally                                      Applied Medicine and Pathology (3) and [ELAC] RESP
recognized Registered Respiratory Therapist (RRT) credential.                                   TH 23, Advanced Respiratory Pathophysiology (1)
     All of the first-year courses are offered on the SMC campus                            RESP TH 30, Adult Critical Care Monitoring (3) or
(except Respiratory Therapy 2).                                                                 [ELAC] RESP TH 30, Adult critical Care Monitory and
                                                                                                Diagnostics (3)
     Clinical training occurs in some of the most respected
                                                                                            PHYSCS 12, Introductory Physics (3) or [ELAC] RESP TH
medical facilities in the United States (e.g., UCLA Medical
                                                                                                21, Physics of Respiratory Care (3)
Center and USC University Medical Center). Physiology 3 and
                                                                                            Second Semester Unit Subtotal: 14
Microbiology 1 must be completed within 7 years of start of
                                                                                      * General education requirements may vary according to math and
RES TH 1. Applicants must have a negative criminal back-




                                                                                                                                                                  Areas of Emphasis
                                                                                      English placement results. General education courses may be complet-
ground check and pass a drug screening procedure to par-
                                                                                      ed before, during, or after the Respiratory Therapy Program. Students
ticipate in any clinical courses. A typical sequence of courses




                                                                                                                                                                     Majors and
                                                                                      should consult the appropriate college’s catalog or college counselor for
is demonstrated below.
                                                                                      specific general education program planning.
assOCiate Degree – 69-71 Units                                                        **RESP TH 2 offered only at ELAC (East Los Angeles College)
The Associate degree in Respiratory Therapy involves satisfac-                        campus
tory completion of a minimum of 60-71 semester units with a                           Second Year (36 units)
C	average	or	higher,	including	at	least	55	semester	units	in	the	                          All second year courses are East Los Angeles College cours-
Respiratory Therapy area of emphasis (articulated below), ful-                        es and are offered only on the ELAC campus
fillment of the Global Citizenship requirement, and fulfillment
                                                                                      SUMMER SESSION (4 UNITS)
of all Santa Monica College general education requirements,
                                                                                         RESP	TH	15,	Introduction	to	Clinical	Experience	(4)
CSU GE, or IGETC.
                                                                                         Summer Session Unit Subtotal: 4
   At least 50% of the area of emphasis (major) units                                 THIRD SEMESTER (17 UNITS)
must be completed at Santa Monica College and East Los                                    RESP TH 3, Application of Respiratory Therapy and
Angeles College.
                                                                                             Clinical	Experience	I	(5)
Each course in the area of emphasis (major) must be completed                             RESP TH 4, Application of Respiratory Therapy and
with a grade of C or higher.                                                                 Clinical	Experience	II	(5)
                                                                                          RESP TH 27, Physician Clinical Rounds, Critical Thinking
respiratory therapy (55 units)
                                                                                             Lab 1 (1)
     Program Learning Outcomes: Students who complete                                     Two General Education Courses* (6)
the Respiratory Therapy program will accurately initiate, con-                            Third Semester Unit Subtotal: 17
duct, and modify prescribed therapeutic procedures using clini-                       WINTER SESSION (1 UNIT)
cal data. Graduates will participate in developing and evaluat-                          RESP TH 31, Neonatal Resuscitation (1)
ing respiratory care plans, and monitor and record patient
                                                                                         Winter Session Unit Subtotal: 1
response to the care, both in clinical settings and emergency
situations.                                                                           FOURTH SEMESTER (14 UNITS)
                                                                                         RESP	TH	5,	Application	of	Respiratory	Therapy	and	
     Prerequisites for application to the program are: Anatomy                             Clinical	Experience	III	(5)
1, Physiology 3, Chemistry 10, Communication Studies 11 (for-                            RESP TH 11, Application of Respiratory Therapy and
merly Speech 1) or	35	(formerly Speech 5) or 37 (formerly Speech                           Clinical	Experience	IV	(5)
37), and Math 18 or 20.                                                                  RESP TH 28, Physician Clinical Rounds, Critical Thinking
First Year (33-35 units)                                                                   Lab 2 (1)
SUMMER SESSION (6 UNITS)                                                                 General Education Course* (3)
      Two General Education Courses* (6)                                              TOTAL UNITS – SECOND YEAR: 35
      Summer Session Unit Subtotal: 6                                                 Students should make an appointment with the RT Faculty Advisor
FIRST	SEMESTER	(13-15	UNITS)                                                          in the SMC Health Science Department once they select RT as their
    MCRBIO	1,	Fundamentals	of	Microbiology	(5)	or	[ELAC]	                             major. Applications for the Respiratory Therapy Program can be
       MICRO 20, General Microbiology (4)                                             obtained from the Health Science Department at SMC’s Bundy Cam-
                   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.
                     130      Santa Monica college catalog 2012-2013


                    pus. Additional program information and/or an appointment may be                     	 •	 California	State	University,	Long	Beach
                    made with the RT faculty by calling (310) 434-3463.                                       Sociology
                                                                                                              Social Work
                                                                                                         	 •	 California	State	University,	Los	Angeles
                    Sociology                                                                                 B.A. Sociology
                                                                                                         	 •	 California	State	University,	Northridge
                          Sociologists study the behavior of humans in groups—                                B.A. Sociology
                    families, communities, industrial organizations, and institu-                        	 •	 California	Polytechnic	State	University,	San	Luis	
                    tions such as schools, hospitals, and social service agencies.                            Obispo
                    They are concerned with social phenomena, such as social                                  B.A. Social Sciences
                    stratification, deviant behavior, effects of mass media, urban
                    organization, educational systems, and mental health. They                               Santa Monica College has articulation agreements for this
                                                                                                         major (see www.smc.edu/articulation for exact requirements)
                    may specialize in a number of areas, such as organizational
                                                                                                         with the following private and out-of-state institutions:
                    behavior, social change, social work, criminology, demography,
                    statistics, research methodology, small groups, the family, race                     	 •	 Arizona	State	University
                    relations, gerontology, urban sociology, medical sociology, sex                           B.A./B.S. Sociology
                    roles and society, rural sociology, or social theory.                                	 •	 Loyola	Marymount	University
                         This major may also lead to many other careers. For addi-                            B.A. Sociology
                    tional possibilities, visit the Career Services Center on campus                     	 •	 Mills	College
                    to utilize computerized career information systems and other
Areas of Emphasis




                                                                                                              B.A. Anthropology and Sociology
                    valuable career resources.
   Majors and




                                                                                                         Solar Photovoltaic
                    transfer
                         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.                     Installation
                    Santa Monica College has articulation agreements for this
                    major with the following UC, CSU, and private institutions.                          (Solar Energy
                    Exact major requirements for these and other UC and CSU
                    campuses can be found online at www.assist.org. Articulation
                    agreements with private institutions can be found online at
                                                                                                         Installation)
                    www.smc.edu/articulation.                                                                 Solar energy systems are being installed in growing num-
                                                                                                         bers at businesses and private residences. This growing demand
                    	 •	 University	of	California,	Berkeley
                                                                                                         is expected to increase the need for many new jobs for Photo-
                         A.B. Sociology                                                                  voltaic System Installers and Solar Thermal System Installers.
                         A.B. Social Welfare                                                             The Photovoltaic Installation Associate degree/Certificate in
                    	 •	 University	of	California,	Davis                                                 Solar Energy Technologies will provide students with both the
                         A.B. Sociology                                                                  hands-on skills and the broader contextual knowledge neces-
                         A.B. Sociology (Comparative Studies)                                            sary to gain successful employment in the burgeoning solar
                         A.B. Sociology (Law and Society)                                                industry. Students who complete the Associate degree or Certifi-
                         A.B. Sociology (Social Services)                                                cate of Achievement will be qualified to secure jobs in a variety
                                                                                                         of different capacities, including installation repairs, entry-level
                         A.B. Sociology (Organizational Studies)
                                                                                                         solar installer, mid-upper level solar design positions, sales,
                    	 •	 University	of	California,	Irvine                                                and potentially even start their own solar installation company.
                         B.A. Sociology                                                                  With additional education or experience, students could pursue
                         B.A. Social Ecology Majors                                                      employment with one of the many public institutions working
                                                                                                         on alternative energy policy.
                    	 •	 University	of	California,	Los	Angeles
                         B.A. Sociology                                                                       The AA/Certificate of Achievement in Solar Photovoltaic
                                                                                                         Installation prepares the student to take the NABCEP (North
                    	 •	 University	of	California,	San	Diego                                             American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners) Entry Level
                         B.A. Sociology                                                                  Exam.
                    	 •	 University	of	California,	Santa	Barbara
                         B.A. Sociology                                                                  assOCiate Degree – 60 Units

                    	 •	 University	of	California,	Santa	Cruz                                            The Associate degree in Solar Photovoltaic Installation involves
                                                                                                         satisfactory completion of a minimum of 60 semester units
                         B.A. Sociology
                                                                                                         with a C average or higher, including at least 19 semester units
                    	 •	 California	State	University,	Dominguez	Hills                                    in the Solar Photovoltaic Installation area of emphasis (articu-
                         B.A. Sociology                                                                  lated below), fulfillment of the Global Citizenship require-
                                      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 2012-2013                                   131


ment, and fulfillment of all Santa Monica College general                              performance by recognizing the inherent components that go
education requirements, CSU GE, or IGETC.                                              into creating theatre, including research, collaboration, and
                                                                                       rehearsal; and successfully compete for work in the professional
   At least 50% of the area of emphasis (major) units
must be completed at Santa Monica College.                                             theatre. Students who complete this degree will also be well
                                                                                       prepared for further study in theatre at the baccalaureate level.
Each course in the area of emphasis (major) must be completed
with a grade of C or higher.                                                           transfer
solar photovoltaic installation (19 units)                                                  Students planning to transfer to a four-year college should
Required courses:                                                                      complete the lower-division major requirements and the gen-
    Energy 1, Energy Efficiency (3)                                                    eral education pattern for the appropriate transfer institution.
    Environmental Studies 7, Introduction to Environmental                             Santa Monica College has articulation agreements for this
        Studies (3) (same as Geography 7)                                              major with the following UC, CSU, and private institutions.
    INTARC	35,	Computer	Aided	Design/Drafting (3) or GIS                               Exact major requirements for these and other UC and CSU
        20, Introduction to Geographic Information Systems                             campuses can be found online at www.assist.org. Articulation
        (3) (same as CIS 20 and Geography 20)                                          agreements with private institutions can be found online at
    Photovoltaic 1, Introduction to Solar Energy Systems (3)                           www.smc.edu/articulation.
    Photovoltaic 2, Intermediate Solar Photovoltaic Systems
                                                                                       	 •	 University	of	California,	Los	Angeles,	School	of	
        Installation (3)
                                                                                            Theater,	Film	&	Television
    Photovoltaic 3, Advanced Solar Photovoltaic Installation
                                                                                            Theatre, B.A.
        (4)




                                                                                                                                                            Areas of Emphasis
Recommended course:                                                                    	 •	 University	of	California,	Riverside
    BUS 63, Principles of Entrepreneurship (3)                                              Theatre, B.A.




                                                                                                                                                               Majors and
                                                                                       	 •	 University	of	California,	San	Diego
CertifiCate Of aChievement                                                                  Theatre and Dance, B.A.
    At	 least	 50%	 of	 the	 required	 units	 for	 a	 Certificate	 of	                 	 •	 University	of	California,	Santa	Barbara
Achievement must be completed at Santa Monica College.                                      B.A. Theatre
Students must receive a grade of C or higher in each course to                              B.F.A. Theatre
successfully complete a Certificate of Achievement.                                         Acting emphasis

solar photovoltaic installation (19 units)                                             	 •	 California	State	University,	Dominguez
     A Certificate of Achievement in Solar Photovoltaic Installa-                           B.A. Theatre Arts
tion is granted upon completion of 19 required units listed on
                                                                                       	 •	 California	State	University,	Long	Beach
the Solar Photovoltaic Installation Associate degree.
                                                                                            B.A. Theatre Arts
                                                                                       	 •	 California	State	University,	Los	Angeles

Speech                                                                                      B.A. Theatre Arts option
                                                                                            Dance option

     See Communication Studies                                                         	 •	 California	State	University,	Northridge
                                                                                            B.A. Theatre


Theatre Arts                                                                               Santa Monica College has articulation agreements for this
                                                                                       major (see www.smc.edu/articulation for exact requirements)
                                                                                       with the following private and out-of-state institutions:
     The Theatre major can help prepare people for many career
opportunities including work in the specific areas of theater                          	 •	 Loyola	Marymount	University
production or performance as well as the related areas of adver-                            B.A. Theatre Arts
tising, television, film, recreation, education, and management.                       assOCiate Degree – 60 Units
Theater managers manage theaters for stage productions or
motion pictures. Related career titles include actor, director,                        The Associate degree in Theatre Arts involves satisfactory com-
costumer, script coach, stunt person, playwright, drama coach,                         pletion of a minimum of 60 semester units with a C average or
set designer, business manager and instructor.                                         higher, including at least 20 semester units in the Theatre Arts
                                                                                       area of emphasis (articulated below), fulfillment of the Global
     This major may also lead to many other careers. For addi-                         Citizenship requirement, and fulfillment of all Santa Monica
tional possibilities, visit the Career Services Center on campus                       College general education requirements, CSU GE, or IGETC.
to utilize computerized career information systems and other
valuable career resources.                                                                At least 50% of the area of emphasis (major) units
                                                                                       must be completed at Santa Monica College.
     Program Learning Outcomes: Students who complete
the Theatre Arts program will hone their skills in performance,                        Each course in the area of emphasis (major) must be completed
design, and technical skills; evaluate and appreciate a theatrical                     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.
                     132      Santa Monica college catalog 2012-2013


                    theatre arts (20 units)                                                               igetC CertifiCate Of aChievement
                    Required Courses: (15 units minimum)                                                       To receive an IGETC Certificate of Achievement, at least
                        Theatre	Arts	5,	History	of	World	Theatre	(3)                                      50%	of	the	units	must	be	completed	at	any,	or	any	combina-
                        Theatre Arts 10A, Voice Development for the Stage (3,3)                           tion of, California Community College(s). A minimum grade
                        Theatre Arts 18A, 18B, 18C, Technical Theatre Production                          of C (2.0 on a 4.0 scale) is required for each course applied to
                            Workshop (3) (Any combination of Theatre Arts 18A,                            the IGETC Certificate of Achievement, and complete certifica-
                                                                                                          tion is required to receive an IGETC Certificate of Achievement.
                            18B, and/or 18C to total a minimum of 3 units.)
                        Theatre Arts 20, Stagecraft (3,3,3)                                                  Students must meet all certification eligibility require-
                        Theatre Arts 41, Acting 1 (3,3,3,3)                                               ments to qualify for the Certificate of Achievement.

                    Select one course from:
                         Theatre Arts 22, Stage Lighting (3,3)
                         Theatre Arts 24, Stage Sound (1,1)
                         Theatre Arts 26, Introduction to Stage Costuming (3)
                                                                                                          Transfer Studies
                         Theatre Arts 28A, Beginning Stage Make-up (1,1)                                       The Transfer Studies Associate degree is available to stu-
                                                                                                          dents who enrolled at SMC in Spring 2008 or earlier and who
                    Select one course from:                                                               have	maintained	continuous	enrollment.	(See	page	51	for	defi-
                         Theatre Arts 10B, Advanced Voice Development for the                             nition of continuous enrollment.) For Transfer Studies Associ-
                             Stage (3,3)                                                                  ate degree requirements, please see the 2007-08 SMC catalog.
                         Theatre	Arts	15A,	Stage	Movement	for	the	Performer	(1)
                         Theatre	Arts	15B,	Advanced	Stage	Movement	for	the	Actor	
Areas of Emphasis




                                                                                                          Women’s Studies
                             (1,1)
                         Theatre Arts 34, Advanced Costume Design (2,2)
   Majors and




                         Theatre Arts 38A, Beginning Stage Direction (3)
                         Theatre Arts 42, Acting II (3,3,3,3)                                                   The Women’s Studies area of emphasis studies the history,
                         Theatre Arts 43, Acting, Historical Styles – Early (3,3,3)                       sociology and politics of women in society. The area of empha-
                         Theatre Arts 44, Acting, Historical Styles – Late (3,3)                          sis examines the oppression of women throughout history, and
                         Theatre	Arts	45,	Musical	Theatre	Workshop	(3,3,3,3)                              also the ways in which women have taken power over their
                         Theatre	Arts	50,	Advanced	Production:	Full	Length	Play	                          lives. Students will better understand the impact of women
                             (3,3,3,3)                                                                    and gender on various cultures at various times and evaluate
                         Theatre	Arts	52,	Advanced	Production:	Musical	Theatre	                           changing social patterns and the effects of institutions and cul-
                                                                                                          tural assumptions. The Women’s Studies area of emphasis can
                             (5,5,5,5)
                                                                                                          lead to a variety of careers including a community organizer,
                         Theatre	Arts	53,	Production	for	the	Younger	Audience	(3)
                                                                                                          political lobbyist and political strategist. This degree may also
                         Theatre	Arts	54,	Advanced	Production:	Summer	Theatre	
                                                                                                          prepare the student for further study at the baccalaureate level.
                             (6,6)
                         Theatre	Arts	55,	Advanced	Production	–	Small	Theatre	                                 This area of emphasis may also lead to many other careers.
                             Venue (3,3)                                                                  For additional possibilities, visit the Career Services Center on
                                                                                                          campus to utilize computerized career information systems and
                         Additional graduation requirements for the Associate                             other valuable career resources.
                    degree from Santa Monica College are listed in the Academics
                                                                                                               Program Learning Outcomes: After completing the pro-
                    section of this catalog, as well as online (go to www.smc.edu/
                                                                                                          gram in Women’s Studies, students will demonstrate through
                    articulation).                                                                        oral and written work a familiarity with the basic principles
                                                                                                          from the field of women’s studies and feminist theories and be
                                                                                                          prepared to pursue further study at the baccalaureate level. In
                    Transfer                                                                              addition students will be proficient in the research, analytical,
                                                                                                          and communication skills necessary to present an analysis of
                                                                                                          the challenges facing women in the world today and the pro-
                    CsU ge CertifiCate Of aChievement                                                     posed solutions to these challenges.

                          To receive a CSU GE Certificate of Achievement, at least
                    50%	of	the	units	must	be	completed	at	any,	or	any	combina-                            transfer
                    tion of, California Community College(s). A minimum grade                                  Students planning to transfer to a four-year college should
                    of D- (0.7 on a 4.0 scale) is required for each course applied to                     complete the lower-division major requirements and the gen-
                    the CSU GE Certificate of Achievement. The minimum overall                            eral education pattern for the appropriate transfer institution.
                    GPA on the CSU GE pattern must be a C (2.0 on a 4.0 scale),                           Santa Monica College has articulation agreements for this
                    and complete certification is required to receive a CSU GE Cer-                       major with the following UC, CSU, and private institutions.
                    tificate of Achievement.                                                              Exact major requirements for these and other UC and CSU
                                                                                                          campuses can be found online at www.assist.org. Articulation
                       Students must meet all certification eligibility require-                          agreements with private institutions can be found online at
                    ments to qualify for the Certificate of Achievement.                                  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 2012-2013                                   133


	 •	 University	of	California,	Davis                                                       Area 3: (minimum 3 units)
     A.B. Women’s Studies                                                                  Anthropology 2, Cultural Anthropology (3)
                                                                                           Psychology	25,	Human	Sexuality	(3)
	 •	 University	of	California,	Irvine
                                                                                           Sociology 1, Introduction to Sociology (3)
     B.A. Women Studies                                                                    Sociology 12, Sociology of the Family (3)
	 •	 University	of	California,	Los	Angeles                                                 Area 4: (minimum 3 units)
     B.A. Women Studies                                                                    Communication Studies 37, Inter-Cultural
	 •	 University	of	California,	Riverside                                                      Communications (3) (formerly Speech 7)
     B.A. Women Studies                                                                    English 39, Images of Women in Literature (3)
                                                                                           Film Studies 6, Women in Film (3) (formerly Cinema 8)
	 •	 University	of	California,	San	Diego                                                   Media Studies 10, Journalism, Gender and Race (3) (for-
     B.A. Women’s Studies                                                                     merly Communication 10)
                                                                                           Music	35,	Women	in	Music	(3)
	 •	 University	of	California,	Santa	Barbara
     B.A. Women Studies                                                              CATEGORY 3: COMMUNITY LEADERSHIP PRACTICUM (3
                                                                                     units)
	 •	 California	State	University,	Northridge
                                                                                          Women’s Studies 8, Women’s Studies Leadership
     B.A. Gender and Women’s Studies
                                                                                            Practicum (3)
	 •	 San	Diego	State	University                                                           Additional graduation requirements for the Associated in
     B.A. Women’s Studies                                                            Arts degree from Santa Monica College are listed on a separate
	 •	 San	Francisco	State	University                                                  sheet available in the Transfer/Counseling Center or online at




                                                                                                                                                          Areas of Emphasis
     B.A. Women’s Studies                                                            www.smc.edu/articulation.

    Santa Monica College has articulation agreements for this




                                                                                                                                                             Majors and
major (see www.smc.edu/articulation for exact requirements)
with the following private and out-of-state institutions:
	 •	 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.
   At least 50% of the area of emphasis (major) units
must be completed at Santa Monica College.
Each course in the area of emphasis (major) must be completed
with a grade of C or higher.

Women’s studies (24 units)
CATEGORY	1:	REQUIRED	CORE	COURSES	(3	units)
   Women’s Studies 10, Introduction to Women’s Studies
     (3)
CATEGORY 2: RELATED DISCIPLINES (18 units)
Minimum of one course from each of the following areas (plus two
additional courses from any area):
    Area 1: (minimum 3 units)
    Women’s Studies 20, Women, Feminism, and Social
       Movements: A Global Approach (3)
    Women’s Studies 30, Women and Popular Culture (3)
    Area 2: (minimum 3 units)
    Anthropology 14, Sex, Gender and Culture (3)
    History	52,	Women	and	American	Culture	(3)
    Sociology 33, Sociology of Sex and Gender (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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