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									        demonstrate knowledge, skills, and abilities
        relevant to the AOJ certificate / degree        demonstrate ethical and professional
AOJ     program completed.                              behavior.
        Students will be able to utilize more complex
        vocabulary and grammatical structures to        Students will be able to utilize more complex
        communicate and discuss hypothetical            vocabulary and grammatical structures to
        situations dealing with nature, city, life,     write about situations dealing with nature,
        health, and well being, professions and         city, life, health and well being, professions,
        occupations, the arts, current events, and      and occupations, the arts, current events,
ARBC    politics.                                       and politics.
        describe the important elements in the          interpret art in the medium they are
ART     medium of art they are studying                 studying


        to converse fluently in ASL with peers both
        hearing and Deaf by applying the language in to understand the grammar structures of ASL
ASL     conversations, ASL storytelling, or narratives and apply them in dialogues
                                                       2. Analyze and interpret (evaluate)
                                                       experimental data in order to determine
        1. Demonstrate an understanding of             relationships between biological processes.
BIO     Evolution by Natural Selection (SI1, 4)        (SI1,3,5)
                                                       The ability to identify, apply, and integrate
                                                       functional business knowledge to solve
                                                       problems in practical business situations
        In-depth knowledge and understanding of        involving accounting, law, and general
BUS     fundamental business concepts.                 business.
        Students will be prepared for employment
        and advancement in today’s technology
        intensive office. (MAPPING: PC1; IT1; CC 1-4;
BOT     EC 1-5)
        Demonstrate critical thinking in the food      Demonstrate appropriate behaviors in the
CA      service environment.                           work place environment.
                                                       Contrast past forms of history with the
CCS     Define and appreciate cultural diversity       history of inclusiveness




        Analyze and apply principles of scientific      Compare differing social, economic, political,
        research based study of child, human and        historical, cultural and family contexts and
CD      family development.                             their affect on human development.

     Analyze and interpret (evaluate)
     experimental data in order to identify trends
     and communicate results in a laboratory            Predict physical and chemical properties and
CHEM report. (MAPPING: EC; SI; ML; IT)                  changes of matter. (MAPPING: SI)
     Students will be able to utilize more complex
     vocabulary and grammatical structures to           Students will be able to utilize more complex
     communicate and discuss hypothetical               vocabulary and grammatical structures to
     situations dealing with nature, city, life,        write about situations dealing with nature,
     health, and well being, professions and            city, life, health and well being, professions,
     occupations, the arts, current events, and         and occupations, the arts, current events,
CHIN politics                                           and politics.
                                                        Critically evaluate oral and written messages
COMM Exhibit the ability to listen actively.            in order to assess credibility and validity.

        Will provide quality education to students
        based on a comprehensive, relevant
        curriculum that provides students with the
        ability to transfer, enter the workforce and
CSIS    promote life-long learning (MAPPING: IT; EC)
                                                        INVASIVE CARDIOLOGY: Set up, calibrate and
                                                        operate diagnostic and interventional
        INVASIVE CARDIOLOGY: Apply principles of        instrumentation in the Cardiac
        cardiovascular anatomy, physiology,             Catheterization Laboratory and the
        pathophysiology and medical                     Electorphysiology Laboratory: hemodynamic
        instrumentation to perform and interpret        monitoring systems, electrocardiographs,
        diagnostic and interventional studies in the    contrast dye injectors, oxcimeters, cardiac
        cardiac catheterization laboratory and the      pacemakers, cardiac output computers and
CVTE    electrophysiology laboratory.                   electrophysiology simulators.




        Demonstrate an awareness of the concept of To identify and practice proper body
DANC    artistic expression through movement       alignment for dance

        Employ their discipline knowledge and skills
        in service to the community; for example,
        present themselves and interact with others
        in a professional manner, communicate           Students will be able to demonstrate
        economic concepts orally, convey economic       knowledge of micro- and macroeconomic
ECON    ideas in a variety of written forms. (EC, SI)   theories (SI, PC)
ENGL    E1                                              E2




                                                   Develop reading efficiency and appreciation
        Understand the uses of language to express in order to critically engage, analyze, and
ENGL    ideas in a variety of texts.               evaluate multiple genres of texts.



        Demonstrate knowledge, skillls and              Identify the basic principles for maintaining
ES      appreciation of exercise science principles.    an active and healthy lifestyle.


        Demonstrate the ability to interact             Read college-level text independently and
        effectively within and across cultures and      critically, emphasizing comprehension,
        apply this skill to one’s own cultural          vocabulary, and cultural awareness, and
        adjustment by communicating effectively.        applying what is read to writing, discussion,
ESL     (CC1-4, EC1-2)                                  and presentations. (CC1-2)
        Students will be able to utilize more complex
        vocabulary and grammatical structures to        Students will be able to utilize more complex
        communicate and discuss hypothetical            vocabulary and grammatical structures to
        situations dealing with nature, city, life,     write about situations dealing with nature,
        health, and well being, professions and         city,life, health and well being, professions,
        occupations, the arts, current events, and      and occupations, the arts, current events,
FREN    politics.                                       and politics.


GEOG    Apply the scientific method. (MAPPING: SI2) Demonstrate spatial literacy. (MAPPING: PC)

     The student will be able to recognize and
     explain the role of fundamental geologic           The student will be able to research,
     principles, such as plate tectonic theory and      evaluate, and cite scientific information in
     deep time, in the interpretation of observed       order to formulate coherent summaries of
GEOL geologic phenomena. (MAPPING: SI 3 and 5)          earth processes. (MAPPING: IT 2)
     Students will be able to utilize more complex
     vocabulary and grammatical structures to
     communicate and discuss hypothetical               Students will be able to utilize more complex
     situations dealing with nature, city, life,        vocabulary and grammatical structures to
     health, and well being, professions and            write about situations dealing with nature,
     occupations, the arts, current events, and         city, life, health and well being, professions,
GERM politics.                                          and the arts, current events, and politics.

        Our students will be able to analyze and        Our students will be able to explain
        synthesize primary and secondary source         relationships between the causes of
        documents in response to an historical thesis   historical events and their effects.
HIST    or question.                                    (MAPPING: AH)

        Students in humanities classes are expected
        to read at or beyond college level, write in
        the expository style, and demonstrate
HUM     critical thinking skills in the humanities.
        Students will be able to utilize more complex
        vocabulary and grammatical structures to        Students will be able to utilize more complex
        communicate and discuss hypothetical            vocabulary and grammatical structures to
        situations dealing with nature, city, life,     write about situations dealing with nature,
        health, and well being, professions and         city, life, health and well being, professions,
        occupations, the arts, current events, and      and occupations, the arts, current events,
ITAL    politics.                                       and politics.
        Students will be able to utilize more complex
        vocabulary and grammatical structures to        Students will be able to utilize more complex
        communicate and discuss hypothetical            vocabulary and grammatical structures to
        situations dealing with nature, city, life,     write about situations dealing with nature,
        health, and well being, professions and         city, life, health and well being, professions,
        occupations, the arts, current events, and      and occupations, the arts, current events,
JAPN    politics.                                       and politics.

     A student will be able to use appropriate
     theorems, formulas, and algorithms to solve A student will be able to use appropriate
     mathematical problems from algebra,         technology to solve problems requiring
MATH trigonometry, calculus and geometry         mathematics
     Analyze the functions and roles of mass
MCOM media in US society
       Students will be able to function as part of a Students will be able to function as part of a
MM     multimedia development team.                   multimedia development team.

                                                        Students will correlate significant events and
       Students will apply the terminology              trends in music history with significant
       associated with the language of music.           events and trends in world history.
MUS    (MAPPING: AH 1, 2; IT 2, 3)                      (MAPPING: AH 2 and 3; CC 1, 2, 3)
       The graduate has current knowledge in
       nursing concepts, principles, processes, and
       skills necessary to make decisions for
       competent and caring nursing practice in
       various health care settings by: utilizing
       critical thinking and clinical judgment in the
       application of nursing process; assessing the
       patient for relevant data; incorporating         The graduate possesses the knowledge and
       growth and development when                      skills necessary for: making decisions
       implementing caring nursing interventions;       regarding priorities of nursing care;
       meeting the patient’s basic needs to             delegating some aspects of nursing care and
       maximize their level of wellness or to           guiding other personnel; managing time and
       support a peaceful and dignified death;          resources efficiently and effectively; seeking
       providing patient education for a diverse        assistance when needed; collaborating with
       population in promoting wellness or              health team members regarding patient
NURS   restoring health. (MAPPING: SI; CC; EC)          needs and outcomes. (MAPPING: SI; EC)
       Find, use and evaluate resources for
OCEA   oceanographic information
       Demonstrate the ability to communicate
       through written, oral and nonverbal
       methods with client, family, community        Uphold appropriate professional behaviors,
       representatives, medical personnel, and the   values and attitudes that are in alignment
OT     public                                        with the Code of Ethics
       Achieve entry level competence and            Promote and support the profession of
       understand the importance of lifelong         occupational therapy, emerging practice
       learning to maintain competence.              areas and community service. (MAPPING: EC;
OTA    (MAPPING: PC; SI; IT; ML)                     IT; PC; CC)
                                                     identify basic concepts, branches and
       engage with a body of philosophic literature terminology of the discipline by
       by demonstrating in college-level writing     demonstrating in college-level writing and/or
       and/or other evaluative processes, including other evaluative processes, including but not
       but not limited to, critiques, comparison and limited to, critiques, comparison and
       contrast of theories and formulation of       contrast of theories and formulation of
PHIL   argumentation                                 argumentation
       Recognize and recall the characteristics and
       application of photographic tools, materials
       and processes in the production of
       photographs that apply to such                Recognize, recall and demonstrate proper
       photographic genres as art, commercial,       laboratory procedures and practices to
       fashion, editorial, photojournalism and       produce photographs of optimum technical
PHOT   documentary.                                  craft.
       The student will be able to apply the
       fundamental principles of physics to real
PHYC   world or idealized situations
       To develop the ability of students to think      To provide students with courses offering
       critically and effectively express their views   the requisite knowledge and skills for
POSC   in written and verbal communication              contemporary world citizenship

       The student will demonstrate the ability to
       comprehend, apply and evaluate clinical
       information relevant to his/her goal as a        The student will demonstrate the technical
       Respiratory Therapist. IT1, IT2, IT3, ML1,       proficiency in all the skills necessary to fulfill
       ML2, ML3, SI1, SI2, SI3, SI4, SI5, EC1, EC2,     the role as a Respiratory Therapist. IT1, IT3,
RESP   EC3, EC5, CC1, CC2, CC4                          ML1, ML2, ML3, SI1, SI3, SI5.
       Students will be able to utilize more complex
       vocabulary and grammatical structures to            Students will be able to utilize more
       communicate and discuss hypothetical            complex vocabulary and grammatical
       situations dealing with nature, city, life,     structures to write about situations dealing
       health, and well being, professions and         with nature, city life health and well being,
       occupations, the arts, current events, and      professions and occupations, the arts,
RUSS   politics.                                       current events, and politics.
                                                       complete all required curriculum, including
                                                       fieldwork, with a “C” or better to be
                                                       considered for certification as a Speech
       demonstrate accepted oral and written           Language Pathology Assistant by the
       communication and computer competencies California Speech Language Pathology and
SLPA   in a SLPA employment setting                    Audiology Board
       Students will be able to utilize more complex
       vocabulary and grammatical structures to        Students will be able to utilize more complex
       communicate and discuss hypothetical            vocabulary and grammatical structures to
       situations dealing with nature, city, life,     write about situations dealing with nature,
       health, and well being, professions and         city life, health and well being, profession,
       occupations, the arts, current events, and      and occupations, the arts, current events,
SPAN   politics.                                       and politics.
                                                       participate in high quality, accessible
       Demonstrate an appreciation of learning and theatrical productions and present them at a
       create a diverse aesthetic for theatre and it's reasonable cost for our students and the
THTR   place in culture and society                    community at large.
communicate effectively, in written, verbal     demonstrate excellent human relations and
and non-verbal forms.                           workplace skills.




Students will be able to use language and
vocabulary skills developed in class to read,
analyze, and interpret authentic texts.

evaluate art in the medium they are studying
                                                to demonstrate knowledge of local and
                                                national resources for Deaf, hard of hearing,
to demonstrate knowledge of the Deaf            and late Deafened adults through
culture heritage and Deaf values through        presentations, papers, exams, or group
presentations, papers, and written exams        demonstrations

3. Apply the Scientific Method to
experimental design and data analysis           4. Examine the homeostatic processes within
(SI1,2,3)                                       living cells and organisms (SI1,5)



Effective written and oral skills in these      The ability to identify and resolve moral and
areas.                                          ethical business issues.




Apply job acquisition skills.
Analyze the sources/causes of inequality and
discrimination




                                           Formulate practical applications of research
Integrate and apply current theory and     and developmentally appropriate theory to
research to the observation, documentation classroom, agency, personal and community
and unbiased analysis of human behaviors. contexts.


Analyze relationships between equilibrium,      Employ a microscopic view of matter to
kinetics and the flow of energy. (MAPPING:      explain macroscopic phenomena.
SI; ML; IT)                                     (MAPPING: SI; PC)




Students will be able to use language and
vocabulary skills developed in class to read,
analyze, and interpret authentic texts.
Practice perspective-taking so as to display     Appraise the strengths, limitations and
other-centered communication within and          consequences of the use of the various
across diverse communities.                      communication methods.




INVASIVE CARDIOLOGY: Develop and                 NON-INVASIVE CARDIOLOGY: Apply
maintain a professional attitude as a            principles of cardiovascular anatomy,
Cardiovascular Technologist: Striving for        physiology, pathophysiology and medical
excellence in skills and knowledge; sharing      instrumentation to perform, analyze and
knowledge and skills with others; caring for     interpret diagnostic studies: M-Mode, Two
and supporting patients, and protecting          dimensional, Doppler and Transesophegal
patients’ privacy and dignity.                   cardiac ultrasound studies.



                                                 Students will develop aesthetic values as
                                                 they relate to dance. Based upon these
To demonstrate a working knowledge of            values; will be able to critically think about
vocabulary as related to dance                   and analyze dance as an art form




E3                                               E4




Make effective choices that demonstrate
their autonomy as expository and/or              Critically analyze, assess, contextualize, and
creative writers.                                synthesize sources within their writing.




Communicate effectively in college-level
discussions, presentations, and a variety of     Demonstrate the ability to interact
graded speaking tasks using comprehensible       effectively within and across cultures and
English, including appropriate language          apply this skill to one’s own cultural
functions and register. (EC1, CC2, CC4, IT1-3,   adjustment by communicating effectively.
PC2, PC1, AH4)                                   (CC1-4, EC1-2)
Students will be able to use language and
vocabulary skills developed in class to read,
analyze, and interpret authentic texts.

Analyze spatial information and patterns.        Evaluate relationships between humans and
(MAPPING: SI)                                    the environment. (MAPPING: SI; CC)


                                                 The student will be able to interpret geologic
The student will be able to define the           processes using underlying chemical
scientific method and apply it to observed       properties and physical laws. (MAPPING: SI
geologic phenomena. (MAPPING: SI 2)              1)




Students will be able to use language and
vocabulary skills developed in class to read,
analyze, and interpret authentic texts.

Our students will be able to describe
historical actors and events and explain their
significance in historical and
historiographical context. (MAPPING: CC)




Students will be able to use language and
vocabulary skills developed in class to read,
analyze, and interpret authentic texts.




Students will be able to use language and
vocabulary skills developed in class to read,
analyze, and interpret authentic texts.
A student will be able to formulate, analyze,
and differentiate mathematical functions
numerically, graphically and symbolically and A student will be able to communicate the
be able to transition between these           mathematical process and assess the validity
representations                               of the solution
                                                   Students will be able to understand the
Students will be able to produce/author            specific language needed to communicate
DVDs utilizing audio, video, graphic and           with all professional aspects represented in
typographic content.                               the Multimedia field.




The graduate has acquired the knowledge
for professional growth, continuous learning
and self-development by: practicing within
the ethnical and legal framework of nursing
and promoting standards of nursing practice;
utilizing resources for life-long learning and
self-development; using constructive
criticism for improving nursing practice;
recognizing the importance of nursing
research; recognizing the importance of and
participating in professional nursing
organizations; practicing within parameters
of individual knowledge and experience.
(MAPPING: PC; IT; EC; SI)



Practice in a variety of settings utilizing safe
techniques and be able to consider a range         Achieve entry level competence and
of diversity issues that impact the                understand the importance of lifelong
occupational needs of the client                   learning to maintain competence




Recognize, discuss and                             Create photographs that demonstrate the
appraise/analyze/criticize visual themes and       comprehension, knowledge and application
concepts, aesthetic and technical                  of photography’s visual and technical
considerations within photography’s                attributes in developing a personal
historical and contemporary contexts.              photographic vision.
To provide students with a basic                To provide students with the skills and
understanding of US and world politics as       knowledge to pursue advanced study in
well as the broad discipline of political       political science and relevant career-oriented
science.                                        programs


The student will demonstrate personal
behaviors consistent with professional and
employer expectations as a Respiratory
Therapist. PC1, PC2, PC3, PC4, PC5, CC1,
CC2, CC3, CC4, EC1, EC2, EC4, EC5.




Students will be able to use language and
vocabulary skills developed in class to read,
analyze, and interpret authentic texts.



demonstrate accepted competencies and           accept and respond to supervisory feedback
perform all duties as a SLPA across all         by the designated SLP supervisors from
clinical/educational settings                   Grossmont College and assigned facility




Students will be able to use language and
vocabulary skills developed in class to read,
analyze, and interpret authentic texts.


Understand the proper artistic conduct in all
academic and professional environments
to demonstrate an awareness how to work
with Deaf people in a variety of settings
through community service learning

                                          6. Predict how changes in biotic and abiotic
5. Demonstrate an understanding of modern components affect ecosystem dynamics
systematic principles. (SI1,5)            (SI1,2,5)




Critically examine societal and personal
attitudes, beliefs, values and assumptions
towards the diverse contexts of child and
human development including ethnicity,
gender, language, family structure, socio-
economic status, age and ability and         Examine current social issues pertaining to
demonstrate practices that are inclusive and children, adults, and families and
respectful.                                  demonstrate effective advocacy techniques.


Identify substances from qualitative analyses
and spectroscopic methods. (MAPPING: SI;
IT)
Demonstrate confident and competent use
of language and nonverbal communication.




NON-INVASIVE CARDIOLOGY: Perform              NON-INVASIVE CARDIOLOGY: Develop and
diagnostic cardiac ultrasound studies using   maintain a professional attitude as a
standard and Doppler ultrasound               diagnostic technologist: Striving for
instruments equipped with surface and         excellence in skills and knowledge; sharing
transesophegal transducers. Calculate         knowledge and skills with others; caring for
prescribed hemodynamic function indices for   and supporting patients, and protecting
interpretation by the physician.              patients’ privacy and dignity.




E5                                            E6




Recognize, appreciate, and evaluate multiple Participate in various communities, such as
cultural perspectives.                       academic, artistic, civic, and professional
Employ geoscience technology for spatial
data management. (MAPPING: IT)



The student will be able to measure,
manipulate, and interpret scientific data.
(MAPPING: ML 2)
Promote and support the profession of
occupational therapy, emerging practice
areas and community service
To enable students to critically analyze the
nature of power in political systems
including the roles played by institutional
and non-institutional actors




demonstrate legal and ethical conduct and
maintain professional and continuing
education standards to achieve and maintain
California state licensure as a SLPA as
outlined in the SLPAB regulations
                                               VASCULAR TECHNOLOGY/INVASIVE
                                               CARDIOLOGY: Perform vascular diagnostic
VASCULAR TECHNOLOGY/INVASIVE                   studies using duplex ultrasound, continuous-
CARDIOLOGY: Apply principles of vascular       wave Doppler, arterial and venous
anatomy, physiology, pathophysiology and plethysmography, and
medical instrumentation to perform and         photoplethysmography for testing of
interpret diagnostic studies; cerebrovascular, cerebrovascular, peripheral vascular and
peripheral vascular, and abdominal vascular. abdominal vascular systems.




L1                                            L2

Use literary terminology and basic critical
theory (e.g., Reader Response, New
Criticism, Biographical, Comparative, New
Historicism, Psychoanalytical, Cultural,      Apply critical thinking and close reading skills
Gender) to examine and respond                to create informed, evidence based, oral and
subjectively and objectively to literature.   written discourse about literature.
VASCULAR TECHNOLOGY/INVASIVE
CARDIOLOGY: Develop and maintain a
professional attitude as a diagnostic
technologist: Striving for excellence in skills
and knowledge; sharing knowledge and skills
with others; caring for and supporting
patients, and protecting patients’ privacy
and dignity.




L3                                                L4



Recognize and interpret the ways in which
literature is an expression of individual and
human values within diverse historical and
social contexts.                                  Develop an appreciation for literature.
R1                                   R2




Increase reading rate and fluency.   Improve their vocabulary.
R3                                              R4




 Increase ability to comprehend college
textbooks, fiction, and non-fiction readings.   Develop an appreciation for reading.
W1                                              W2

Create literary works, employing the
elements appropriate to one or more chosen
genres, in an authorial voice that              Practice—at a high level of efficiency—the
demonstrates authenticity, aesthetic ability,   habits of a writer, including frequent writing,
and literary sensibility. (MAPPING: AH 2, 4;    revising, and reflecting. (MAPPING: AH 4; EC
PC 2)                                           4)
W3                                            W4

Read and infer like a writer, that is, recognize
and analyze the dynamic relationship
between content and form in the literary
works of classic, contemporary, and new
literary voices. (MAPPING: AH 2; CC1, 3; EC Use skills as a critic to contribute to and
3)                                               benefit from a writers' workshop.
W5                                              C1

                                                Recognize the logic associated with
Value and support the local and greater         coordination and subordination, correct
writing community through attendance            commonly misused and confused words,
and/or participation in various literary arts   repair common sentence problems, and
activities and performances. (MAPPING:          identify major components of a sentence
AH4; CC 1, 2; EC 2; PC 3, 4)                    including punctuation.
C2                                           C3


Recognizer literal and implied ideas, draw   Synthesize multiple points of view while
inferences and conclusions, comprehend       reading critically and analytically, recognize
main ideas and key supporting details,       problems in logic and reasoning, articulate
identify rhetorical modes, and evaluate      arguments, and identify ideological
references.                                  assumptions.
C4                                           C5

Apply the writing process to organize        Conduct research pertaining to a particular
paragraphs and essays in a variety of        topic; draw inferences and conclusions;
rhetorical patterns; utilize principles of   incorporate, evaluate, and synthesize ideas
grammar, punctuation, and mechanics; and     from multiple references; and learn to
choose appropriate diction to make           format research papers accurately using
explanations detailed and precise.           MLA.
C6                                            C7



                                              Use logical, ethical, and emotional appeals
Make effective choices regarding content,     while avoiding logical fallacies; acknowledge
structure, diction, and tone in relation to   opposing viewpoints; and use concession
audience and purpose.                         and refutation where appropriate.

								
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