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Accounting
ACCT 1A             Financial Accounting I                                     4 Units
Advisory: English Writing 100B and Reading 100 (or Language Arts 100), or
English as a Second Language 172 and 173 ; Mathematics 11.
Five hours lecture.
The primary objective of this course is to help students learn how accounting
meets the information needs of various users by developing and communicating
information that is used in decision-making. Accordingly, the expected student
outcome is the demonstration that the student can read, analyze and interpret
external financial statements.
(ACCT 1A + ACCT 1B = CAN BUS 2) (ACCT 1A + 1B + 1C = CAN BUS SEQ A)

ACCT 1B             Financial Accounting II                                    4 Units      ACCT 60A          Accounting for Small Business I                       1 Unit
Prerequisite: Accounting 1A.                                                                (Not open to students with credit for Accounting 1A.)
Advisory: English Writing 100B and Reading 100 (or Language Arts 100), or                   Advisory: Computer Applications and Office Systems 70AA, and 100G; English
English as a Second Language 172 and 173 ; Mathematics 11.                                  Writing 200 and Reading 201 (or Language Arts 200), or English as a Second
Five hours lecture.                                                                         Language 261, 262 and 263; Mathematics 101 or 112.
The primary objective of this course is to help students learn how accounting               (Also listed as Small Business 95IA. Student may enroll in either department,
meets the information needs of various users by developing and communicating                but not both, for credit.)
information that is used in decision-making. Accordingly, the expected student              One hour lecture.
outcome is the demonstration that the student can read, analyze and interpret               Fundamentals of small business accounting systems: analyzing transactions.
external financial statements.
(ACCT 1A + ACCT 1B = CAN BUS 2) (ACCT 1A + 1B + 1C = CAN BUS SEQ A)                         ACCT 60B          Accounting for Small Business II                      1 Unit
                                                                                            (Not open to students with credit for Accounting 1A.)
ACCT 1C             Managerial Accounting                                      4 Units      Prerequisite: Accounting 60A.
Prerequisite: Accounting 1B.                                                                (Also listed as Small Business 95IB. Student may enroll in either department,
Advisory: English Writing 100B and Reading 100 (or Language Arts 100), or                   but not both, for credit.)
English as a Second Language 172 and 173 ; Mathematics 11.                                  One hour lecture.
Five hours lecture.                                                                         Fundamentals of small business accounting systems: journalizing, adjusting and
Student will study the role of management accounting information in organizations           posting.
for operational control, product and customer costing, and performance
measurement.                                                                                ACCT 60C          Accounting for Small Business III                     1 Unit
(CAN BUS 4) (ACCT 1A + 1B + 1C = CAN BUS SEQ A)                                             (Not open to students with credit for Accounting 1A.)
                                                                                            Prerequisite: Accounting 60B.
ACCT 51A            Intermediate Accounting                                    4 Units      (Also listed as Small Business 95IC. Student may enroll in either department,
Prerequisite: Accounting 1C.                                                                but not both, for credit.)
Five hours lecture.                                                                         One hour lecture.
Principles, control, and theory of accounting for assets, financial statements, cash         Small business accounting systems: cash internal control and the accounting
and cash flows, receivables, inventories, plant and equipment, intangible assets.            cycle.
ACCT 51B            Intermediate Accounting                                    4 Units      ACCT 60D          Accounting for Small Business IV                      1 Unit
Prerequisite: Accounting 51A.                                                               (Not open to students with credit for Accounting 1A.)
Five hours lecture.                                                                         Prerequisite: Accounting 60C.
Principles, control, and theory of accounting for liabilities and equities, corporations,   (Also listed Small Business 95ID. Student may enroll in either department, but
accounting changes, statements from incomplete records, price level and fair-value
                                                                                            not both, for credit.)
accounting.
                                                                                            One hour lecture.
                                                                                            Recording small merchandising business transactions in specialized journals.
ACCT 58             Auditing                                                   4 Units
Prerequisite: Accounting 1C.
                                                                                            ACCT 61G          Accounting (Cash Basis Proprietorship)              1/2 Unit
Four hours lecture.
                                                                                            ACCT 61H          Accounting (Merchandising Company)                  1/2 Unit
Procedures and practices used in the verification of accounting records and financial
statements; preparation of audit working papers.
                                                                                            ACCT 61I          Accounting (Merchandising Corporation)              1/2 Unit
                                                                                            ACCT 61J          Accounting (Manufacturing Corporation)              1/2 Unit
ACCT 60             Accounting for Small Business                              4 Units      ACCT 61K          Accounting (Computerized)                           1/2 Unit
(Not open to students with credit for Accounting 1A.)                                       ACCT 61L          Accounting (Job Order
Advisory: Computer Applications and Office Systems 70AA, and 100G; English                                     Manufacturing Company)                              1/2 Unit
Writing 200 and Reading 201 (or Language Arts 200), or English as a Second                  ACCT 61M          Accounting (Service)                                1/2 Unit
Language 261, 262 and 263; Mathematics 101 or 112.                                          Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 201 (or Language Arts 200), or
(Also listed as Small Business 95I. Student may enroll in either department, but            English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263.
not both, for credit.)                                                                      Corequisite: Accounting 61G and 61H students must also enroll in
Four hours lecture.                                                                         Accounting 60 or 1A; Accounting 61I students must also enroll in
Fundamentals of small business accounting systems.                                          Accounting 1B; Accounting 61J and 61K students must also enroll in
                                                                                            Accounting 1C; Accounting 61L students must also enroll in Accounting 66;
                                                                                            Accounting 61M-V students must also enroll in Accounting 60 or 1A.
                                                                                            One hour lecture-laboratory for each half unit of credit.
                                                                                            Accounting cycle practice for a specific business model.




                                                                                      All courses are for unit credit and apply to a                                   89
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                                                                                    De Anza associate degree unless otherwise noted.
A
ACCT 64             Payroll and Business Tax Accounting
Prerequisite: Accounting 1A or 60.
Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 201 (or Language Arts 200), or
                                                                            3 Units      ACCT 87AH          Computerized Accounting
                                                                                                            Programs (Peachtree - Windows)
                                                                                         Prerequisite: Accounting 1A.
                                                                                                                                                                  2 Units

English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263; Mathematics 200 or 210.                   Four hours lecture-laboratory.
Three hours lecture.                                                                     Introduction to computerized accounting for service industry. Applications include
Fundamentals of payroll accounting using manual and computerized accounting              general ledger setup, accounts payable, accounts receivable and payroll. Course
systems. Theoretical and practical aspects of payroll accounting and reporting.          will take advantage of new accounting software being used in industry.
Course includes Federal and California payroll tax rules and forms.
                                                                                         ACCT 87AI          Computerized Accounting
ACCT 66             Cost Accounting                                         5 Units                         Programs (Quickbooks)                                 2 Units
Prerequisite: Accounting 1B.                                                             Prerequisite: Accounting 1A.
Five hours lecture.                                                                      Four hours lecture-laboratory.
Procedures, practices, and fundamentals used by accountants when costing products        Introduction to computerized accounting for service industry. Applications include
or services, evaluating and measuring performances, and reporting results to users       general ledger setup, accounts payable, accounts receivable and payroll. Course
of accounting information.                                                               will take advantage of new accounting software being used in industry.

ACCT 67             Federal Income Tax                                      4 Units      ACCT 88            Excel Spreadsheets for Accounting                     2 Units
Advisory: Accounting 1A or 60 (may be taken concurrently); English                       Advisory: Accounting 1A or 86; Computer Applications and Office
Writing 100B and Reading 100 (or Language Arts 100), or English as a Second              Systems 93AH, or 93AK, or 104L; English Writing 100B and Reading 100 (or
Language 172 and 173 ; Mathematics 101 or 112.                                           Language Arts 100), or English as a Second Language 172 and 173.
(Also listed as Business 67. Student may enroll in either department, but not            Two hours lecture.
both, for credit.)                                                                       Fundamentals of electronic spreadsheets using Microsoft Excel software.
Four hours lecture.                                                                      Concentration on solving accounting problems and completing accounting projects
A study of current federal income tax law and procedures for preparing an individual’s   with Excel.
tax return.
                                                                                         ACCT 97G-V   Topics in Accounting                                       1/2 Unit
ACCT 68A            Advanced Tax Accounting I                               4 Units      ACCT 97WG-WZ                                                              1 Unit
Prerequisite: Accounting 67 or Business 67.                                              ACCT 97XG-XV                                                             2 Units
Advisory: Accounting 1A or 60; English Writing 100B and Reading 100                      ACCT 97YG-YV                                                             3 Units
(or Language Arts 100), or English as a Second Language 172 and 173 ;                    ACCT 97ZG-ZV                                                             4 Units
Mathematics 101 or 112.                                                                  Prerequisite: Background or experience in accounting appropriate to topic, or
(Also listed as Business 68A. Student may enroll in either department, but not           consent of instructor.
both, for credit.)                                                                       One hour lecture for each unit of credit.
Four hours lecture.                                                                      Various topics in accounting that are current and workplace related.
A study of current federal income tax law and California income tax law as it relates
to individuals and sole proprietorship taxes.                                            ACCT 100G          Open Accounting Laboratory
                                                                                                            for Accounting 1A                                    1/2 Unit
ACCT 68B            Advanced Tax Accounting II                              4 Units      Corequisite: Accounting 100G students must also enroll in Accounting 1A.
Prerequisite: Accounting 68A or Business 68A.                                            One and one-half hours laboratory.
Advisory: English Writing 100B and Reading 100 (or Language Arts 100),                   Pass-No Pass (P-NP) course.
or English as a Second Language 172 and 173 ; Mathematics 101 or 112;                    Use of the facilities of the computer laboratory to solve problems related to the
Accounting 1A or 60.                                                                     associated accounting course.
Four hours lecture.
A study of current federal income tax law as it relates to corporations, partnerships,   ACCT 100H          Open Accounting Laboratory
estates, trusts, and gift taxes. California tax law differences will be highlighted.                        for Accounting 1B                                    1/2 Unit
                                                                                         Corequisite: Accounting 100H students must also enroll in Accounting 1B.
ACCT 70             Budgeting and Planning                                  5 Units      One and one-half hours laboratory.
Prerequisite: Accounting 1C.                                                             Pass-No Pass (P-NP) course.
Five hours lecture.                                                                      Use of the facilities of the computer laboratory to solve problems related to the
The role of budgeting and planning as useful tools for monitoring, managing, and         associated accounting course.
evaluating operational performance of an entity.
                                                                                         ACCT 100I          Open Accounting Laboratory
ACCT 75             Accounting for Government                                                               for Accounting 1C                                    1/2 Unit
                    and Nonprofit Entities                                   5 Units      Corequisite: Accounting 100I students must also enroll in Accounting 1C.
Prerequisite: Accounting 1C.                                                             One and one-half hours laboratory.
Five hours lecture.                                                                      Pass-No Pass (P-NP) course.
Presents the characteristics and principles of the financial policies and procedures      Use of the facilities of the computer laboratory to solve problems related to the
followed by state, county and municipal governments, as well as public and private       associated accounting course.
universities and hospitals, and certain nonprofit organizations. Emphasizes the
importance to governmental agencies of properly discharging their responsibilities       ACCT 100J          Open Accounting Laboratory
to taxpayers. These responsibilities include the proper accounting for and budgeting                        for Accounting 86                                    1/2 Unit
of tax and related revenues and expenditures. Emphasis will also be placed on the        Corequisite: Accounting 100J students must also enroll in Accounting 86.
importance to nonprofit entities of meeting the financial reporting and management         One and one-half hours laboratory.
needs of various stakeholders such as donors, service providers and recipients,          Pass-No Pass (P-NP) course.
community members, and regulatory agencies.Funds, fund accounting, and the               Use of the facilities of the computer laboratory to solve problems related to the
newest GASB and FASB pronouncements relating to accounting for governmental              associated accounting course.
and nonprofit entities will also be covered.
                                                                                         ACCT 100K          Open Accounting Laboratory
ACCT 86             Computer Accounting Systems                             5 Units                         for Accounting 51A                                   1/2 Unit
Prerequisite: Accounting 1A.                                                             Corequisite: Accounting 100K students must also enroll in Accounting 51A.
Advisory: English Writing 100B and Reading 100 (or Language Arts 100), or                One and one-half hours laboratory.
English as a Second Language 172 and 173.                                                Pass-No Pass (P-NP) course.
(Also listed as Computer Information Systems 86. Student may enroll in either            Use of the facilities of the computer laboratory to solve problems related to the
department, but not both, for credit.)                                                   associated accounting course.
Four hours lecture, two hours lecture-laboratory.
Fundamentals of computerized accounting using integrated general ledger software         ACCT 100M          Open Accounting Laboratory
packages and electronic spreadsheet software. Conversion of a manual system to                              for Accounting 58                                    1/2 Unit
a computer system.                                                                       Corequisite: Accounting 100M students must also enroll in Accounting 58.
                                                                                         One and one-half hours laboratory.
                                                                                         Pass-No Pass (P-NP) course.
                                                                                         Use of the facilities of the computer laboratory to solve problems related to the
                                                                                         associated accounting course.



                                 All courses are for unit credit and apply to a
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                               De Anza associate degree unless otherwise noted.
ACCT 100N           Open Accounting Laboratory
                    for Accounting 66
Corequisite: Accounting 100N students must also enroll in Accounting 66.
                                                                           1/2 Unit
                                                                                         ACCT 110
                                                                                         Advisory: Mathematics 200 or 210, and/or Business 54.
                                                                                         Two hours lecture.
                                                                                                            Record Keeping for the Small Office                       2 Units
                                                                                                                                                                               A
One and one-half hours laboratory.                                                       Record keeping skills used in small professional or service offices.
Pass-No Pass (P-NP) course.

                                                                                         Administration of Justice
Use of the facilities of the computer laboratory to solve problems related to the
associated accounting course.

ACCT 100P           Open Accounting Laboratory                                           ADMJ 1             Introduction to Administration
                    for Accounting 67                                      1/2 Unit                         of Justice (CP 1)                                       4 Units
Corequisite: Accounting 100P students must also enroll in Accounting 67.                 (Also listed as Political Science 10. Students may enroll in either department,
One and one-half hours laboratory.                                                       but not both for credit.)
Pass-No Pass (P-NP) course.                                                              Four hours lecture.
Use of the facilities of the computer laboratory to solve problems related to the        The history and philosophy of administration of justice in America. A study of the
associated accounting course.                                                            overall system from its European antecedents and development within the United
                                                                                         States; identification of various subsystems and components, their role expectations
ACCT 100Q           Open Accounting Laboratory                                           and interrelationships; basic premises of crime, punishment and rehabilitation; the
                    for Accounting 68A                                     1/2 Unit      role of education in the administration of justice within a democracy.
Corequisite: Accounting 100Q students must also enroll in Accounting 68A.                (CAN AJ 2)
One and one-half hours laboratory.
Pass-No Pass (P-NP) course.                                                              ADMJ 3             Concepts of Criminal Law (CP 2)                          5 Units
Use of the facilities of the computer laboratory to solve problems related to the        Advisory: English Writing 100B and Reading 100 (or Language Arts 100), or
associated accounting course.                                                            English as a Second Language 172 and 173.
                                                                                         (Also listed as Paralegal 3, and Political Science 13. Student may enroll in only
ACCT 100R           Open Accounting Laboratory                                           one department, for credit.)
                    for Accounting 68B                                     1/2 Unit      Four hours lecture, three hours directed research.
Corequisite: Accounting 100R students must also enroll in Accounting 68B.                Historical development, philosophy of law and constitutional provisions, definitions,
One and one-half hours laboratory.                                                       classification of crime, and their application to the system of administration of
Pass-No Pass (P-NP) course.                                                              justice; legal research, study of case law, methodology and concepts of law as a
Use of the facilities of the computer laboratory to solve problems related to the        social force.
associated accounting course.                                                            (CAN AJ 4)

ACCT 105            Basic Financial Accounting Procedures                     1 Unit     ADMJ 5             Community Relations (CP 7)                               4 Units
Advisory: Mathematics 200 or 210, and Reading 201 or Language Arts 200.                  Advisory: English Writing 100B and Reading 100 (or Language Arts 100), or
Corequisite: Accounting 105 students must also enroll in Accounting 1A.                  English as a Second Language 172 and 173.
Two hours lecture-laboratory.                                                            Four hours lecture.
Procedural aspects of accounting including the accounting equation, analysis             Examination of interrelationships of Administration of Justice practitioners and
of business transactions, debit and credit rules, and aspects of the accounting          multicultural, multiethnic communities.
cycle.
                                                                                         ADMJ 11            Federal Courts and Constitutional Law                    4 Units
ACCT 105A           Basic Financial Accounting Procedures I                   1 Unit     Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5.
Prerequisite: English Writing 200 and Reading 201 (or Language Arts 200), or             (Also listed as Paralegal 11, and Political Science 11. Students may enroll in
English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263; Mathematics 200 or 210.                   only one department, for credit.)
Corequisite: Accounting 105A students must also enroll in Accounting 1A or               Four hours lecture.
60.                                                                                      Federal court procedure and the impact of U.S. Constitutional law on federal and
Two hours lecture-laboratory.                                                            state law. Read and analyze the Constitution. Effect of U.S. Supreme Court cases
Procedural aspects of accounting including the accounting equation, analysis             on current constitutional interpretation.
of business transactions, debit and credit rules, and aspects of the accounting
cycle.                                                                                   ADMJ 25            Law and Social Change                                    4 Units
                                                                                         (Also listed as Sociology 25. Student may enroll in either department, but not
ACCT 105B           Basic Financial Accounting Procedures II                  1 Unit     both, for credit.)
Prerequisite: English Writing 200 and Reading 201 (or Language Arts 200), or             Four hours lecture.
English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263; Mathematics 200 or 210.                   Exploration of the use of law as an instrument for social change. Examination of
Corequisite: Accounting 105B students must also enroll in Accounting 1B.                 the relationship between law and social change in cross-cultural settings. Analysis
Two hours lecture-laboratory.                                                            of legislation, case law, the process of conflict resolution and legal institutions as
Corporate finance and investment aspects of accounting including both equity and          they relate to social change.
debt financing instruments used in US capital market. Analysis and interpretation of
corporate financial statements, assessment of cash flow and analysis of a statement of     ADMJ 29            Cultural Pluralism and
cash flows, and recording and measuring of operating assets in a business entity.                            American Law and Justice                                4 Units
                                                                                         (Formerly Administration of Justice 58.)
ACCT 105C           Basic Managerial Accounting Procedures                    1 Unit     (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.)
Prerequisite: English Writing 200 and Reading 201 (or Language Arts 200), or             Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5.
English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263; Mathematics 200 or 210.                   (Also listed as Intercultural Studies 29. Student may enroll in either
Corequisite: Accounting 105C students must also enroll in Accounting 1C.                 department, but not both, for credit.)
Two hours lecture-laboratory.                                                            Four hours lecture.
Managerial/operational/behavioral aspects of accounting including the basic cost         An interdisciplinary study of marginalized peoples and their relationship to the law.
terms and concepts. Product costing systems, cost control systems, cost management       Examines the legal perspective on cultural diversity in the United States, including
techniques, cost behavior patterns and estimation, cost-volume-profit analysis,           race, ethnicity, culture, gender, class, religious background, disability, and sexual
operational performance measures, standard costing systems, and quality costs.           orientation. Analyzes how these groups interact with mainstream society through
                                                                                         American law, concentrating on both historical and contemporary congressional
ACCT 106            Accounting/Business Success Workshop                      1 Unit     acts and court rulings. Analyzes how the courts play a role in determining the status
Corequisite: Accounting 106 students must also enroll in Accounting 1A or 60.            of minority groups.
Advisory: Business 20 and Mathematics 101 or 112.
One hour lecture.                                                                        ADMJ 50            Crime, Correction and Society                            4 Units
Pass-No Pass (P-NP) course.                                                              (Also listed as Sociology 50. Students may enroll in either department, but not
Accounting/business career and educational planning with emphasis on coursework          both, for credit.)
and skills needed to be successful in Accounting/Business disciplines.                   Four hours lecture.
                                                                                         A legal and sociological approach to understanding the fundamental ideas which have
ACCT 107            Certified Bookkeeper Review                              2 Units      shaped correctional theories and practices. An in-depth study of adult sentencing,
Prerequisite: Accounting 1A.                                                             prisons, and jails subsystems including institutions by type and function, probation,
Two hours lecture.                                                                       parole and community based programs. A comprehensive examination of current
Provides advanced instruction in bookkeeping and record-keeping functions.               correctional practices, punishment, rehabilitation, and community treatment programs
Emphasis is placed on mastering adjusting entries, correction of errors, depreciation,   with an emphasis on issues concerning race, ethnicity and gender.
payroll, and inventory. Upon completion, students should be able to conduct all key
bookkeeping functions for small businesses.
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                                                                                 De Anza associate degree unless otherwise noted.
A
ADMJ 51             Gender, Culture, and Crime
(Also listed as Sociology 51. Student may enroll in either department, but not
both, for credit.)
                                                                               4 Units      ADMJ 69             Administration of Justice Field Trips
                                                                                            Advisory: English Writing 100B and Reading 100 (or Language Arts 100), or
                                                                                            English as a Second Language 172 and 173.
                                                                                                                                                                         3 Units


Four hours lecture.                                                                         Six hours lecture-laboratory.
An examination of the changing role of women and crime with emphasis on gender              (May be repeated up to six times, not to exceed 18 units, as long as the topics/
and cultural based differences related to victims, offenders and criminal justice           projects are different each time.)
professionals.                                                                              A survey of current conditions in the paralegal field or visits to adult or juvenile
                                                                                            detention and correctional facilities in Northern California.
ADMJ 53             Criminal Law II (CP 3)                                     5 Units
Advisory: English Writing 100B and Reading 100 (or Language Arts 100), or                   ADMJ 73             Crime and Criminology                                    4 Units
English as a Second Language 172 and 173.                                                   Advisory: English Writing 100B and Reading 100 (or Language Arts 100), or
Five hours lecture.                                                                         English as a Second Language 172 and 173.
An advanced course in criminal law emphasizing substantive California statutory             (Also listed as Sociology 73. Student may enroll in either department, but not
criminal codes.                                                                             both, for credit.)
                                                                                            Four hours lecture.
ADMJ 54             Youth and the Law                                          4 Units      Introduction to major types of crime and criminal behavior: examining demographics
Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 201 (or Language Arts 200), or                    and measurement of crime, theories of causation, and victimology, crime prevention
English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263.                                              and crime control.
(Also listed as Sociology 54 and Paralegal 54. Student may enroll in only one
department for credit.)                                                                     ADMJ 74A            Interviewing, Interrogation
Four hours lecture.                                                                                             and Crisis Intervention                                  4 Units
The organization, functions, and jurisdiction of juvenile agencies; the processing          Advisory: English Writing 100B and Reading 100 (or Language Arts 100), or
and detention of juveniles; juvenile case disposition; juvenile statutes and court          English as a Second Language 172 and 173.
procedure.                                                                                  (Also listed as Paralegal 74A and Psychology 74A. Student may enroll in only
                                                                                            one department, for credit.)
ADMJ 55             Alcohol, Narcotics and Drug Abuse                          4 Units      Four hours lecture.
Four hours lecture.                                                                         Theories, principles and strategies of tactical and interpersonal communication
This course is designed to equip public service workers and the community with              necessary to interview victims, witnesses, and suspects; crisis intervention strategies
knowledge of the issues involved in drug abuse, including the history and classification     for victims and witnesses of crime; communication with individuals from diverse
of drugs and the problems facing society and the governing of illegal drug use.             backgrounds with consideration to race, ethnicity, gender, age and special needs.
ADMJ 56             Practical Writing for                                                   ADMJ 75             Principles and Procedures of
                    Administration of Justice (CP 5)                           4 Units                          the Justice System (CP 6)                                4 Units
Advisory: English Writing 100B and Reading 100 (or Language Arts 100), or                   (Formerly Administration of Justice 2.)
English as a Second Language 172 and 173.                                                   Advisory: English Writing 100B and Reading 100 (or Language Arts 100), or
Four hours lecture.                                                                         English as a Second Language 172 and 173.
Designed to acquaint the student with important developments, techniques                    (Also listed as Paralegal 75 and Political Science 75. Students may enroll in
and applications in the art and science of report writing for criminal justice              only one department, for credit.)
professionals.                                                                              Four hours lecture.
                                                                                            Procedures followed by law enforcement and courts in criminal cases; constitutional
ADMJ 60             Patrol Procedures                                          4 Units      principles governing those procedures.
Prerequisite: Administration of Justice 75.
Advisory: English Writing 100B and Reading 100 (or Language Arts 100), or                   ADMJ 77             Special Projects in
English as a Second Language 172 and 173.                                                                       Administration of Justice                               1/2 Unit
Four hours lecture.                                                                         ADMJ 77W                                                                      1 Unit
Responsibilities, techniques, and methods of police patrol. Practical experience in         ADMJ 77X                                                                     2 Units
law enforcement techniques.
                                                                                            ADMJ 77Y                                                                     3 Units
ADMJ 61             Criminal Investigation                                     4 Units      ADMJ 77Z                                                                     4 Units
                                                                                            (Formerly Administration of Justice 65, 65W-Z.)
Prerequisite: Administration of Justice 3 or 75.
                                                                                            Hours to be arranged with a minimum of twelve hours lecture per quarter
Advisory: English Writing 100B and Reading 100 (or Language Arts 100), or
                                                                                            required for each unit of credit.
English as a Second Language 172 and 173.
                                                                                            (Any combination of Administration of Justice 77, 77W, 77X, 77Y and 77Z may
Four hours lecture.
Fundamentals of crime investigation; techniques of crime scene search and recording;        be taken up to six times, not to exceed 18 units, as long as the topics/projects
collection and preservation of physical evidence; use of scientific aids; modus              are different each time.)
operandi processes; sources of information; interviewing techniques.                        Individual and/or group projects in the Administration of Justice curriculum dealing
(CAN AJ 8)                                                                                  with issues related to law enforcement, courts, corrections, private security, and
                                                                                            industrial security.
ADMJ 62             Sexual Assault, Police and Community                       4 Units
Advisory: English Writing 100B and Reading 100 (or Language Arts 100), or                   ADMJ 78             Correctional Investigation                               4 Units
English as a Second Language 172 and 173.                                                   Prerequisite: English Writing 100B and Reading 100 (or Language Arts 100), or
(Also listed as Psychology 63. Student may enroll in either department, but not             English as a Second Language 172 and 173.
both, for credit.)                                                                          Four hours lecture.
                                                                                            History and development of probation and parole systems, including current practices
Four hours lecture.
                                                                                            at the Federal, State and local levels. Investigation techniques needed for preparation
Societal and psychological aspects of sexual assault, the perpetrators and the
                                                                                            of pre-sentence investigation reports, use of these reports in the courts, probation
victims; practical application of the police investigation, the criminal justice process,
                                                                                            and parole supervision, and correctional institutions.
and the social service intervention.

ADMJ 64             Administration of Justice Internship                        1 Unit      ADMJ 90A            Legal Aspects of Evidence (CP 4)                         4 Units
                                                                                            Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 201 (or Language Arts 200), or
ADMJ 64X                                                                       2 Units
                                                                                            English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263.
ADMJ 64Y                                                                       3 Units
                                                                                            (Also listed as Paralegal 90A. Student may enroll in either department, but not
ADMJ 64Z                                                                       4 Units
                                                                                            both, for credit.)
Advisory: Administration of Justice 1, 74A, and 75; or consent of the instructor.
                                                                                            Four hours lecture.
Four hours per week per unit of supervised internship in an authorized office
                                                                                            The origin, development, and content of the rules of evidence; kinds and degrees
or agency.
                                                                                            of evidence and rules governing admissibility of evidence.
(Any combination of Administration of Justice 64, 64X, 64Y and 64Z may be                   (CAN AJ 6)
taken up to six times, not to exceed 18 units, for credit.)
Program of work experience and study in law enforcement, corrections/probation,
private security or human services under the supervision of the instructor and
agency personnel.




                                  All courses are for unit credit and apply to a
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                                De Anza associate degree unless otherwise noted.
ADMJ 95             Overview of American Law
Advisory: English Writing 100B and Reading 100 (or Language Arts 100), or
English as a Second Language 172 and 173.
                                                                            4 Units      ANTH 55             Introduction to Archeology
                                                                                         (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.)
                                                                                         Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5.
                                                                                                                                                                       4 Units
                                                                                                                                                                                 A
(Also listed as Paralegal 95 and Political Science 95. Student may enroll in only        Four hours lecture; field trips required as part of the course.
one department, for credit.)                                                             Introduction to the field of archaeology within the discipline of anthropology including
Four hours lecture.                                                                      discussion of scientific methods, the history of archeology, archaeological theory, and
Overview of the major substantive areas of American law: agency, contracts,              examples of culturally diverse archeological sites. Archaeological ethics and real-
constitutional law, corporations, criminal law, family law, property, torts, wills and   world issues concerning looting, collecting, preservation, and the role of indigenous
estates.                                                                                 peoples will be examined.

ADMJ 120            Supervisory Techniques                                  5 Units      ANTH 69             Early Childhood Education Principles
Five hours lecture.                                                                                          and Practices (Cross-Cultural Emphasis)                   3 Units
Responsibilities of a police supervisor; duties, human relationships, grievances,        (Students receiving credit for Child Development 50 cannot also receive credit
rating, promotion, and training.                                                         for Child Development 69 or Anthropology 69.)
                                                                                         Advisory: English Writing 100B and Reading 100 (or Language Arts 100), or
ADMJ 231            Jail Procedures                                         2 Units      English as a Second Language 172 and 173.
(Formerly Administration of Justice 131.)                                                (Also listed as Child Development 69. Students may enroll in either
Credit course - Does not apply to De Anza Associate degree.                              department, but not both, for credit.)
Two hours lecture.                                                                       Three hours lecture.
The laws regulating the procedures and processes concerning incarceration as a           Underlying principles of early education, infancy through middle childhood. National,
result of arrests. The relationships between jailers and patrolmen, detectives, court    state, and local practices will be examined in contrast to options presented through
officers, and other groups involved in the administration of criminal justice.            ethnographic data from a selection of diverse cultures.

ADMJ 251            Laws of Arrest for
                    School Peace Officers (832.2 P.C.)
(Formerly Administration of Justice 151.)
                                                                            3 Units
                                                                                         Arabic Language
Credit course - Does not apply to De Anza Associate degree.
                                                                                         ARBC 1              Elementary Arabic (First Quarter)                         5 Units
Three hours lecture.
                                                                                         (Formerly Arabic 91.)
Principles, methods and laws of arrest for school peace officers as required by State
                                                                                         Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 201 (or Language Arts 200), or
of California Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training.
                                                                                         English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263.
                                                                                         Five hours lecture, one hour laboratory.
Aerospace Studies                                                                        Introduction to the language and cultures of the Arabic-speaking world. Development
                                                                                         and practice of elementary speaking, listening, reading, and writing skills in targeted
(Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps)                                                language functions with Arabic as the primary language of instruction. A variety of
                                                                                         authentic audio, video, and reading materials are presented early in the course.
For information on Air Force ROTC courses, please see Military Studies in this
                                                                                         Students are encouraged to be creative with the language in and out of class.
catalog/schedule.
                                                                                         Introduction to basic geographical, historical and cultural aspects of Arabic-speaking
                                                                                         world areas.

Anthropology                                                                             ARBC 2              Elementary Arabic (Second Quarter)                        5 Units
                                                                                         (Formerly Arabic 92.)
ANTH 1              Physical Anthropology                                   4 Units      Prerequisite: Arabic 1.
(See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.)                     Five hours lecture, one hour laboratory.
Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5.                          Continuation of elementary speaking, listening, reading, and writing skills in targeted
Four hours lecture.                                                                      language functions, with Arabic as the primary language of instruction. Focus on greater
Biological structure and evolution of primates with particular emphasis on Homo          structural accuracy and communicative competence. Study of basic geographical,
sapiens as a culture-bearing animal. Relationships between human and non-human           historical, and cultural features of Arabic-speaking world areas. A variety of authentic
primates; genetic, physical, and cultural variations in living human groups; social      audio, video, and reading materials are presented early in the course.
organization and gender roles in primate and human societies; and considerations
of future human evolution.                                                               ARBC 3              Elementary Arabic (Third Quarter)                         5 Units
(CAN ANTH 2)                                                                             (Formerly Arabic 93.)
                                                                                         Prerequisite: Arabic 2.
ANTH 2              Cultural Anthropology                                   4 Units      Five hours lecture, one hour laboratory.
(See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.)                     Continuation of elementary speaking, listening, reading, and writing skills in targeted
Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5.                          language functions, with Arabic as the primary language of instruction. Focus
Four hours lecture, one additional hour to be arranged.                                  on greater structural accuracy and communicative competence. Study of basic
The anthropological approach to the study of human behavior from a cross-cultural,       geographical, historical, and cultural features of Arabic-speaking areas of the world.
comparative perspective. An exploration into the languages, economics, sociopolitical    A variety of authentic audio, video, as well as reading materials are presented early
systems, religions, and world views of diverse world cultures. An assessment of the      in the course.
dynamics of culture change and the future prospects for humanity.
(CAN ANTH 4)                                                                             ARBC 4              Intermediate Arabic (First Quarter)                       5 Units
                                                                                         (Formerly Arabic 94.)
ANTH 4              World Prehistory                                        4 Units      Prerequisite: Arabic 3.
(See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.)                     Five hours lecture, one hour laboratory.
Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5.                          Reading and discussion of texts dealing with the literature, arts, geography, history,
Four hours lecture, one additional hour to be arranged.                                  and culture of the Arabic-speaking world. Review of the linguistic functions and
Worldwide patterns of cultural transformation, from the earliest foraging societies to   grammar structures of first-year Arabic. The teaching/learning process in this level
the development of agrarian states. The prehistorical interpretation of these changes    is proficiency-oriented where emphasis is placed on the functional usage of Arabic
based upon the comparison of archeological evidence from Africa, Asia, Europe,           and communication in context in the four language skills: reading, writing, speaking
the Middle East, the Americas, and Oceania.                                              and listening.
(CAN ANTH 6)
                                                                                         ARBC 5              Intermediate Arabic (Second Quarter)                      5 Units
ANTH 6              Linguistic Anthropology                                 4 Units      (Formerly Arabic 95.)
(See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.)                     Prerequisite: Arabic 4.
Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5.                          Five hours lecture, one hour laboratory.
Four hours lecture.                                                                      Continuation of Intermediate Arabic. Reading and discussion of texts dealing with
A cross-cultural investigation into the relationship between language and culture:       the literature, arts, geography, history, and culture of the Arabic-speaking world.
language as a human attribute; language structure, historical origins, diversification,   Review of the linguistic functions and grammar structures of first-year Arabic. The
and change; gender and cultural variations in language usage; comparative analysis       teaching/learning process in this level is proficiency-oriented where emphasis is
and classification of world languages; the origins and development of writing;            placed on the functional usage of Arabic and communication in context in the four
microelectronics and the advent of the Information Age.                                  language skills: reading, writing, speaking and listening.




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A
ARBC 6              Intermediate Arabic (Third Quarter)
(Formerly Arabic 96.)
Prerequisite: Arabic 5.
                                                                               5 Units      ARTS 2C              History of Art (Europe From the Baroque
                                                                                                                 Period Through Impressionism)
                                                                                            (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.)
                                                                                                                                                                             4 Units

Five hours lecture, one hour laboratory.                                                    Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5.
Continuation of Intermediate Arabic. Reading and discussion of texts dealing with           Four hours lecture, one additional hour to be arranged.
the literature, arts, geography, history, and culture of the Arabic-speaking world.         An introduction to the discipline of art history through analysis of images, objects,
Review of the linguistic functions and grammar structures of first-year Arabic. The          and works of architecture produced in Europe from c. 1600 through the 1880s,
teaching/learning process in this level is proficiency-oriented where emphasis is            including discussion of both northern and southern European cultures.
placed on the functional usage of Arabic and communication in context in the four           (ARTS 2B + 2C = CAN ART 4) (ARTS 2A + 2B + 2C = CAN ART SEQ A)
language skills: reading, writing, speaking and listening.
                                                                                            ARTS 2D              History of Art (Europe and the United States
ARBC 501            Skills Development in                                                                        From Post-Impressionism to the Present) 4 Units
                    Speaking and Listening                                     0 Units      (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.)
(Also listed as English as a Second Language 501, Speech                                    Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5.
Communication 501, and all foreign language classes offered by the                          Four hours lecture, one additional hour to be arranged.
Intercultural Studies Division. All foreign language classes listed will have a             An introduction to the discipline of art history through analysis of images, objects, and
course number of 501. Student may enroll in only one department for credit.)                works of architecture produced from the 1880s to the present, including discussion
Five to fifty hours laboratory per quarter.                                                  of numerous European and American cultural groups.
(No limit on repeatability for 0 unit classes.)
No grade (NG) course.                                                                       ARTS 2E              History of Art (Africa,
Provides opportunities for students to practice and develop speech communication                                 Oceania, and the Americas)                                  4 Units
skills in a laboratory setting.                                                             (Formerly Arts 61.)
                                                                                            (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.)
ARBC 502            Cross-cultural Partners                                    0 Units      Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5.
(Also listed as English as a Second Language 502, English Writing 502,                      (Also listed as International Studies 20. Student may enroll in either
Speech Communication 502, and all foreign language classes offered by the                   department, but not both, for credit.)
Intercultural Studies Division. All foreign language classes listed will have a             Four hours lecture, one additional hour to be arranged.
course number of 502. Student may enroll in only one department for credit.)                A cross-cultural history of the arts of Africa, Oceania, and the Americas which
Five to fifty hours laboratory per quarter.                                                  includes interdisciplinary analysis of diverse art forms generated in these cultures
(No limit on repeatability for 0 unit classes.)                                             from antiquity to the present. Issues related to religion, gender, and economic status
No grade (NG) course.                                                                       of art makers will be explored, as well as their contributions to world art.
Provides opportunities to practice listening and speaking skills with peers and to
develop cross-cultural understanding.                                                       ARTS 2F              History of Art (Multicultural Arts
                                                                                                                 in the United States)                                       4 Units
                                                                                            (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.)
Army Reserve Officers Training Corps (ROTC)
For information on Army ROTC, please see Military Studies in this catalog/
                                                                                            Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5.
                                                                                            (Also listed as Intercultural Studies 5. Student may enroll in either department,
schedule.                                                                                   but not both, for credit.)
                                                                                            Four hours lecture, one additional hour to be arranged.
                                                                                            A cross-cultural history of American art history which includes interdisciplinary
Arts                                                                                        analysis of diverse art forms generated by artists of color, including African Americans,
                                                                                            Asian Americans, Native Americans, Latina(o)s/Chicana(o)s, and Americans of
ARTS 1A             Introduction to the Visual Arts                            4 Units      non-European heritage. Significant attention will be given to issues related to race,
(See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.)                        gender, and social class as the traditions, values, and cultural expressions of diverse
                                                                                            societies and their contributions to American visual culture are explored.
Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5.
Four hours lecture, one additional hour to be arranged.
                                                                                            ARTS 2G              Arts of Asia                                                4 Units
An exploration of visual imagery throughout the world, for the purpose of refining
                                                                                            (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.)
visual literacy skills. Works of art will be studied by means of formal analysis and
medium, the social experiences of artists, the function of works of art in their original   Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5.
environment, and comparison of works from different cultures. Primary emphasis              (Also listed as International Studies 10. Student may enroll in either
will be on paintings, graphic works, and sculpture.                                         department, but not both, for credit.)
                                                                                            Four hours lecture, one additional hour to be arranged.
ARTS 1B             Architecture Past and Present                              4 Units      A general introduction to art through major Asian artistic traditions. Focuses upon
(See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.)                        paintings, sculptures, ceramics, and architecture and their religious, cultural,
Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5.                             historical, and social contexts. Examines arts from China, Japan, India, Central
Four hours lecture, one additional hour to be arranged.                                     Asia, Himalayas, and Southeast Asia and assesses the contributions of Asian art
An exploration of architecture throughout the world, for the purpose of refining visual      in a global context.
literacy skills. Works of architecture will be studied comparatively with regard to form
and function, and numerous architectural concepts will be examined.                         ARTS 2H              History of Art: Native Arts of
                                                                                                                 Mesoamerica and South America                               4 Units
ARTS 2A             History of Art (Europe From Prehistory                                  (Formerly Arts 67.)
                    through Early Christianity)                                4 Units      (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.)
(See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.)                        Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5.
Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5.                             (Also listed as International Studies 21. Student may enroll in either
Four hours lecture, one additional hour to be arranged.                                     department, but not both, for credit.)
An introduction to the discipline of art history through analysis of images, objects, and   Four hours lecture.
works of architecture produced from the prehistoric period of European history through      A general introduction to the visual arts of the indigenous cultures of Mesoamerica,
approximately the year 600 C.E., including discussion of Stone Age, Mesopotamian,           an area extending from northern Mexico through Central America, and the Andean
Egyptian, Greek, Etrurian, Roman, and Byzantine cultures.                                   region of South America. This course covers diverse art forms, including architecture,
(ARTS 2A + 2B = CAN ART 2) (ARTS 2A + 2B + 2C = CAN ART SEQ A)                              ceramics, weaving, painting and sculpture from antiquity to the present. Topics
                                                                                            addressing the religious, cultural, social, economic and political contexts of the art will
ARTS 2B             History of Art (Europe During the                                       be explored. Compares indigenous arts of the Americas to other world art traditions
                    Middle Ages and the Renaissance)                           4 Units      and assesses the contributions of indigenous cultures in a global context.
(See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.)
Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5.
Four hours lecture, one additional hour to be arranged.
An introduction to the discipline of art history through analysis of images, objects and
works of architecture produced from approximately 600 through 1600 C.E., including
discussion of Islamic and European cultures during the Middle Ages and the art of
the Renaissance (including Mannerism) in both northern and southern Europe.
(ARTS 2A + 2B = CAN ART 2) (ARTS 2B + 2C = CAN ART 4)
(ARTS 2A + 2B + 2C = CAN ART SEQ A)



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ARTS 3TC            Women, Society, and the Visual Arts
(Formerly Arts 62, and Arts 3C.)
(See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.)
                                                                            4 Units      ARTS 10A           Three-Dimensional Design
                                                                                         Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 201 (or Language Arts 200), or
                                                                                         English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263.
                                                                                                                                                                    3 Units
                                                                                                                                                                              A
Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5.                          Six hours lecture-laboratory.
(Also listed as Women’s Studies 3C. Student may enroll in either department,             (Any combination of Arts 10A and 10B may be taken up to six times, not to
but not both, for credit.)                                                               exceed 18 units for the family of courses.)
Fours lecture, one additional hour to be arranged.                                       Exploration of spatial relationships and application of three-dimensional form in
A history of women in relation to society and the visual arts from prehistory to         visual art and design.
the present. Social perceptions and obstacles relevant to women artists will be          (ARTS 10A + 10AL = CAN ART 16)
discussed, and students will engage in cross-cultural comparison of works produced
in western and nonwestern cultures made by women, and in which women serve               ARTS 10AL          Three-Dimensional Design Laboratory                    1/2 Unit
as subject matter.                                                                       Corequisite: Arts 10AL students must also enroll in Arts 10A.
                                                                                         One and one-half hours laboratory.
ARTS 3TD            American Art: Public and Private                        4 Units      (Repeatable six times, not to exceed 18 units.)
(Formerly Arts 7.)                                                                       Pass-No Pass (P-NP) course.
(See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.)                     Supervised use of art studio equipment for projects assigned in Three Dimensional
Advisory: English Writing 100B and Reading 100 (or Language Arts 100), or                Design.
English as a Second Language 172 and 173.                                                (ARTS 10A + 10AL = CAN ART 16)
Four hours lecture.
An introduction to the discipline of art history through analysis of art in the United   ARTS 10B           Advanced Three-Dimensional Design                       3 Units
States which emphasizes discussion of paintings, sculpture, and works of architecture    Prerequisite: Arts 10A.
produced for both public and private purposes, from the seventeenth century to           Six hours lecture-laboratory.
the present day.                                                                         (Any combination of Arts 10A and 10B may be taken up to six times, not to
                                                                                         exceed 18 units for the family of courses.)
ARTS 3TE            The Artist in Contemporary Society                                   Advanced exploration of spatial relationships and application of three-dimensional
                    (Connecting Theory and Practice)                        4 Units      form in visual art and design. Special emphasis on individual studies within a
(See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.)                     particular design field.
Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5.
Corequisite: Arts 3TE students must also enroll in Arts 3TEL.                            ARTS 10BL          Three-Dimensional Design Laboratory                    1/2 Unit
Four hours lecture, one additional hour to be arranged.                                  Corequisite: Arts 10BL students must also enroll in Arts 10B.
An exploration of modern western art, including discussion of events and movements       One and one-half hours laboratory.
which span the breadth of twentieth-century art, with an emphasis on the ways in         (Repeatable six times, not to exceed 18 units.)
which the contemporary artist interfaces with society. Students will participate in      Pass-No Pass (P-NP) course.
assigned projects requiring both theoretical analysis and studio practice.               Supervised use of art studio equipment for projects assigned in three-dimensional
                                                                                         design.
ARTS 3TEL           Art History Laboratory                                    1 Unit
(Formerly Arts 3BL and Arts 93L.)                                                        ARTS 12            Design and Color                                        3 Units
Corequisite: Arts 3TEL students must also enroll in Arts 3TE.                            Prerequisite: Arts 4A and 8.
Three hours laboratory.                                                                  Advisory: English Writing 100B and Reading 100 (or Language Arts 100), or
Pass-No Pass (P-NP) course.                                                              English as a Second Language 172 and 173.
Utilization of studio equipment and materials related to projects assigned in            Six hours lecture-laboratory.
Arts 3TE.                                                                                A fundamental course in theory and color in the visual arts.
                                                                                         (CAN ART 22)
ARTS 4A             Drawing                                                 3 Units
Prerequisite: English Writing 100B and Reading 100 (or Language Arts 100), or            ARTS 14            Watercolor Painting                                     3 Units
English as a Second Language 172 and 173.                                                Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 201 (or Language Arts 200), or
Advisory: Arts 8.                                                                        English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263; Arts 4A or Arts 8.
Six hours lecture-laboratory.                                                            Six hours lecture-laboratory.
(Any combination of Arts 4A, 4B, and 4C may be taken up to six times, not to             A comprehensive introduction to transparent watercolor painting with emphasis
exceed 18 units for the family of courses.)                                              on basic techniques.
A survey course exploring the basic elements and principles of drawing, using
traditional and experimental media.                                                      ARTS 15A           Acrylic Painting I                                      3 Units
(ARTS 4A + ARTS 4B = CAN ART 8)                                                          Prerequisite: Arts 4A, 8, or 12.
                                                                                         Advisory: English Writing 100B and Reading 100 (or Language Arts 100), or
ARTS 4B             Drawing                                                 3 Units      English as a Second Language 172 and 173.
Prerequisite: Arts 4A; English Writing 100B and Reading 100 (or Language                 Six hours lecture-laboratory.
Arts 100), or English as a Second Language 172 and 173.                                  (Any combination of Arts 15A, 15B, and 15C may be taken up to six times, not
Advisory: Arts 8.                                                                        to exceed 18 units for the family of courses.)
Six hours lecture-laboratory.                                                            An introductory course in acrylic painting with emphasis on basic techniques in both
(Any combination of Arts 4A, 4B, and 4C may be taken up to six times, not to             traditional and contemporary techniques that relate to the unusual characteristics
exceed 18 units for the family of courses.)                                              of the medium.
A beginning drawing course focusing on the creative interpretation of subject matter     (CAN ART 10)
utilizing a variety of experimental, as well as traditional, techniques and media.
(ARTS 4A + ARTS 4B = CAN ART 8)                                                          ARTS 15B           Acrylic Painting II                                     3 Units
                                                                                         Prerequisite: Arts 15A.
ARTS 4C             Life Drawing                                            3 Units      Advisory: English Writing 100B and Reading 100 (or Language Arts 100), or
Prerequisite: English Writing 100B and Reading 100 (or Language Arts 100), or            English as a Second Language 172 and 172.
English as a Second Language 172 and 173.                                                Six hours lecture-laboratory.
Advisory: Arts 4A and 4B.                                                                (Any combination of Arts 15A, 15B, and 15C may be taken up to six times, not
Six hours lecture-laboratory.                                                            to exceed 18 units for the family of courses.)
(Any combination of Arts 4A, 4B, and 4C may be taken up to six times, not to             A continuation of Arts 15A with further emphasis on basic techniques that relate
exceed 18 units for the family of courses.)                                              to the unusual characteristics of the medium. Surfaces other than canvas will be
A beginning drawing course focusing on the representation and interpretation of          introduced allowing for more varied results.
the human figure, including drawing from life.
(CAN ART 24)                                                                             ARTS 15C            Acrylic Painting III                                   3 Units
                                                                                         Prerequisite: Arts 15B.
ARTS 8              Design                                                  3 Units      Advisory: English Writing 100B and Reading 100 (or Language Arts 100), or
Advisory: English Writing 100B and Reading 100 (or Language Arts 100), or                English as a Second Language 172 and 172.
English as a Second Language 172 and 173.                                                Six hours lecture-laboratory.
Six hours lecture-laboratory.                                                            (Any combination of Arts 15A, 15B, and 15C may be taken up to six times, not
A beginning experience in the use of fundamental design elements and principles.         to exceed 18 units for the family of courses.)
(CAN ART 14)                                                                             A continuation of Arts 15B with emphasis on process rather than techniques.
                                                                                         Problems in class will relate to aesthetic concerns of idea, content and expression
                                                                                         within the acrylic medium.

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ARTS 16A            Oil Painting I
Prerequisite: Arts 4A and 12.
Advisory: English Writing 100B and Reading 100 (or Language Arts 100), or
                                                                              3 Units      ARTS 19H             Raku (Ceramics)
                                                                                           Advisory: Arts 18A; English Writing 200 and Reading 201 (or Language
                                                                                           Arts 200), or English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263.
                                                                                                                                                                           3 Units


English as a Second Language 172 and 173.                                                  Six hours lecture-laboratory.
Six hours lecture-laboratory.                                                              (May be taken twice for credit.)
(Any combination of Arts 16A, 16B, and 16C may be taken up to six times, not               Historical development, firing techniques, glazes, kilns, and clay bodies of Raku
to exceed 18 units for the family of courses.)                                             pottery.
An introductory oil painting course exploring the application of the media as it relates
to the production of artwork through the translation of visual information. Preparation,   ARTS 19I             Ceramic Sculpture                                          3 Units
concept and craft are fundamental as applied to aesthetic concerns.                        Advisory: Arts 18A; English Writing 200 and Reading 201 (or Language
                                                                                           Arts 200), or English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263.
ARTS 16B            Oil Painting II                                           3 Units      Corequisite: Arts 19I students must also enroll in Arts 20.
Prerequisite: Arts 16A.                                                                    Six hours lecture-laboratory.
Advisory: English Writing 100B and Reading 100 (or Language Arts 100), or                  (May be taken twice for credit.)
English as a Second Language 172 and 172.                                                  Use of clay as a sculptural and expressive medium: texture, surface, dimensionality,
Six hours lecture-laboratory.                                                              and form.
(Any combination of Arts 16A, 16B, and 16C may be taken up to six times, not
to exceed 18 units for the family of courses.)                                             ARTS 19J             Ceramic Techniques                                         3 Units
An introductory oil painting course exploring the application of the media as it relates   Advisory: Arts 18A; English Writing 200 and Reading 201 (or Language
to the production of artwork through the translation of visual information. Conceptual     Arts 200), or English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263.
studies, color theory and aesthetics are primary concerns.                                 Corequisite: Arts 19J students must also enroll in Arts 20.
                                                                                           Six hours lecture-laboratory.
ARTS 16C            Oil Painting III                                          3 Units      (May be taken twice for credit.)
Prerequisite: Arts 16B.                                                                    Techniques of hand building and wheel construction combined: experimental glazing,
Advisory: English Writing 100B and Reading 100 (or Language Arts 100), or                  and texturing treatments.
English as a Second Language 172 and 172.
Six hours lecture-laboratory.                                                              ARTS 19K             Ceramic Decoration                                         3 Units
(Any combination of Arts 16A, 16B, and 16C may be taken up to six times, not               Advisory: Arts 18A; English Writing 200 and Reading 201 (or Language
to exceed 18 units for the family of courses.)                                             Arts 200), or English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263.
A beginning oil painting course exploring the production of artwork through                Corequisite: Arts 19K students must also enroll in Arts 20.
translation of visual information. Primary concerns include shaped canvasses,              Six hours lecture-laboratory.
glazing techniques and aesthetic.                                                          (May be taken twice for credit.)
                                                                                           Surface treatments used in the production of stoneware, earthenware, and
ARTS 18A            Ceramics                                                  3 Units      porcelain.
Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 201 (or Language Arts 200), or
English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263.                                             ARTS 19L             Kiln Construction                                          3 Units
Corequisite: Arts 18A students must also enroll in Arts 20.                                Advisory: Arts 18A; English Writing 200 and Reading 201 (or Language
Six hours lecture-laboratory.                                                              Arts 200), or English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263.
(May be taken twice for credit.)                                                           Corequisite: Arts 19L students must also enroll in Arts 20.
Introductory survey of ceramic construction techniques. Use of surface decoration,         Six hours lecture-laboratory.
glazes, and ceramic kiln firing.                                                            (May be taken twice for credit.)
(CAN ART 6)                                                                                Design, construction and utilization of kilns, including raku, high fire, gas and electric.
                                                                                           Practical experience in firing technique.
ARTS 18B            Ceramics (Wheel Throwing)                                 3 Units
Prerequisite: Arts 18A.                                                                    ARTS 19M             Low Fire Ceramics                                          3 Units
Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 201 (or Language Arts 200), or                   Advisory: Arts 18A; English Writing 200 and Reading 201 (or Language
English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263.                                             Arts 200), or English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263.
Corequisite: Arts 18B students must also enroll in Arts 20.                                Corequisite: Arts 19M students must also enroll in Arts 20.
Six hours lecture-laboratory.                                                              Six hours lecture-laboratory.
(May be taken twice for credit.)                                                           (May be taken twice for credit.)
Beginning techniques of throwing on the potter’s wheel. Ceramic color, glaze               Survey of earthenware as a ceramic material. Use of surface decoration, glazes,
composition, and kiln firing processes.                                                     and ceramic kiln firing.

ARTS 18C            Ceramics (Advanced Wheel)                                 3 Units      ARTS 19N             Porcelain Ceramics                                         3 Units
Prerequisite: Arts 18B.                                                                    (Formerly Arts 64N.)
Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 201 (or Language Arts 200), or                   Advisory: Arts 18A; English Writing 200 and Reading 201 (or Language
English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263.                                             Arts 200), or English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263.
Corequisite: Arts 18C students must also enroll in Arts 20.                                Corequisite: Arts 19N students must also enroll in Arts 20.
Six hours lecture-laboratory.                                                              Six hours lecture-laboratory.
(May be taken twice for credit.)                                                           (May be taken twice for credit.)
Advanced techniques of throwing on the potter’s wheel. Introduction to combined            Survey of porcelain as a ceramic material. Use of surface decoration, glazes, and
forms and developing the vessel as an aesthetic object. Development of surface             ceramic kiln firing.
and individual expression with clay.
                                                                                           ARTS 20              Ceramics Laboratory                                       1/2 Unit
ARTS 18D            Ceramics Hand Building                                    3 Units      ARTS 20X                                                                         1 Unit
(Formerly Arts 66D.)                                                                       ARTS 20Y                                                                        2 Units
Advisory: Arts 18A; English Writing 200 and Reading 201 (or Language                       ARTS 20Z                                                                        3 Units
Arts 200), or English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263.                               Corequisite: Arts 20 students must also enroll in Arts 18A, 18B, 18C, 18D, 19G,
Corequisite: Arts 18D students must also enroll in Arts 20.                                19H, 19I, 19J, 19K, 19L, 19M, 19N, 40, 40X, 40Y, or 50.
Six hours lecture-laboratory.                                                              Three hours laboratory for each unit of credit.
(May be taken twice for credit.)                                                           (Any combination of Arts 20, 20X, 20Y, and 20Z may be taken up to six times,
Ceramic construction techniques. Use of pinch, coil and slab processes.                    not to exceed 18 units for the family of courses.)
                                                                                           Pass-No Pass (P-NP) course.
ARTS 19G            Ceramic Glaze Calculation                                 3 Units      Supervised use of art studio equipment for projects assigned in ceramics
Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 201 (or Language Arts 200), or                   courses.
English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263; Mathematics 200 or 210.
Corequisite: Arts 19G students must also enroll in Arts 20.
Six hours lecture-laboratory.
(May be taken twice for credit.)
Glaze calculation, application, study of ceramic materials, kiln firing techniques of
student developed glazes.




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                                De Anza associate degree unless otherwise noted.
ARTS 37A            Sculpture
Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 201 (or Language Arts 200), or
English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263; Arts 10A.
                                                                            3 Units      ARTS 55A            Graphic Design/Communication
                                                                                         Prerequisite: Arts 53A.
                                                                                         Six hours lecture-laboratory.
                                                                                                                                                                      3 Units
                                                                                                                                                                                 A
Corequisite: Arts 37A students must also enroll in Arts 37AL.                            The analysis and interpretation of the elements and principles of design as applied
Six hours lecture-laboratory.                                                            to the practice of graphic design and visual communication. Emphasis on the design
(Any combination of Arts 37A, 37B, and 37C may be taken up to six times, not             process from visualization to production. Software used includes Adobe Photoshop,
to exceed 18 units for the family of courses.)                                           Adobe Illustrator, Macromedia FreeHand and Adobe PageMaker.
Beginning sculpture with emphasis on creative expression while exploring principles
of form and construction techniques in selected media.                                   ARTS 55B            Graphic Design/Communication                             3 Units
(ARTS 37A + ARTS 37AL = CAN ART 12)                                                      Prerequisite: Arts 55A.
                                                                                         Six hours lecture-laboratory.
ARTS 37AL           Sculpture Laboratory                                      1 Unit     Continuation of the analysis and interpretation of the elements and principles of
Corequisite: Arts 37AL students must also enroll in Arts 37A.                            design as applied to the practice of graphic design and visual communication.
Three hours laboratory.                                                                  Emphasis on the design process from visualization to production techniques.
(Repeatable six times, not to exceed 18 units.)                                          Software used includes Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, Macromedia FreeHand
Pass-No Pass (P-NP) course.                                                              and Adobe PageMaker.
Supervised use of art studio equipment for projects assigned in sculpture
courses.                                                                                 ARTS 55C            Graphic Design/Communication
(ARTS 37A + ARTS 37AL = CAN ART 12)                                                                          (Production Techniques)                                  3 Units
                                                                                         Prerequisite: Arts 55A and Arts 55B; or demonstration of appropriate technical
ARTS 37B            Intermediate Sculpture                                  3 Units      abilities suitable to course level.
Prerequisite: Arts 37A.                                                                  Six hours lecture-laboratory.
Corequisite: Arts 37B students must also enroll in Arts 37BL.                            Introductory course in the preparation of art for reproduction on the printed page,
Six hours lecture-laboratory.                                                            interactive media, and the World Wide Web. Emphasis is on specific studio procedures
(Any combination of Arts 37A, 37B, and 37C may be taken up t o six times, not            as well as computer production alternatives used by professionals in the field of
to exceed 18 units for the family of courses.)                                           graphic design. Software used includes Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator and
Intermediate sculpture with further emphasis on creative expression while exploring      Macromedia FreeHand.
more complex issues of form, content and construction. Additional materials and
processes will be examined.                                                              ARTS 56             Computer-Aided Graphic Design/
                                                                                                             Electronic Publishing                                    3 Units
ARTS 37BL           Sculpture Laboratory                                      1 Unit     Prerequisite: Arts 53A.
Corequisite: Arts 37BL students must also enroll in Arts 37B.                            Advisory: Arts 55A.
Three hours laboratory.                                                                  Six hours lecture-laboratory.
(Repeatable six times, not to exceed 18 units.)                                          Analysis and interpretation of the elements and principles of design as applied to
Pass-No Pass (P-NP) course.                                                              the practice of publication design. Emphasis on the design process as it relates
Supervised use of art studio equipment for projects assigned in sculpture                to the use of the computer to create type and image in electronic publishing.
courses.                                                                                 Software used includes Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe PageMaker
                                                                                         and QuarkXPress.
ARTS 37C            Advanced Sculpture                                      3 Units
Prerequisite: Arts 37B.                                                                  ARTS 57             Graphic Design/Typography                                3 Units
Corequisite: Arts 37C students must also enroll in Arts 37CL.                            Prerequisite: Arts 53A and 55A.
Six hours lecture-laboratory.                                                            Six hours lecture-laboratory.
(Any combination of Arts 37A, 37B, and 37C may be taken up t o six times, not            Interpretation of the elements and principles of design as applied to the use of
                                                                                         typography in graphic design. Emphasis on the integration and selection of letter
to exceed 18 units for the family of courses.)
                                                                                         forms and type styles as they relate to the production for the printed page, multimedia
Advanced sculpture: three-dimensional aesthetic form using metal techniques
                                                                                         design and the World Wide Web. Software used includes Adobe Photoshop, Adobe
including casting, welding and fabrication.
                                                                                         Illustrator, Macromedia FreeHand, Adobe PageMaker, QuarkXPress.
ARTS 37CL           Sculpture Laboratory                                      1 Unit
                                                                                         ARTS 58A            Furniture Design                                         3 Units
Corequisite: Arts 37CL students must also enroll in Arts 37C.
                                                                                         Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 201 (or Language Arts 200), or
Three hours laboratory.
                                                                                         English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263; Arts 10A.
(Repeatable six times, not to exceed 18 units.)
                                                                                         Corequisite: Arts 58AL.
Pass-No Pass (P-NP) course.
                                                                                         Six hours lecture-laboratory.
Supervised use of art studio equipment for projects assigned in sculpture
courses.                                                                                 (Any combination of Arts 58A, 58B, and 58C may be taken up to six times, not
                                                                                         to exceed 18 units for the family of courses.)
ARTS 50             Primitive Firing of Ceramics                            3 Units      Beginning furniture design with emphasis on developing basic skills in design,
Advisory: Arts 18A; English Writing 200 and Reading 201 (or Language                     construction and craftsmanship.
Arts 200), or English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263.
                                                                                         ARTS 58AL           Furniture Design Laboratory                                1 Unit
Corequisite: Arts 50 students must also enroll in Arts 20.
                                                                                         Corequisite: Arts 58AL students must also enroll in Arts 58A.
Six hours lecture-laboratory.
                                                                                         Three hours laboratory.
(May be taken twice for credit.)
                                                                                         (Repeatable up to six times, not to exceed 18 units.)
Construction and utilization of primitive fire kilns, including pit, sawdust, raku, and
dung. Practical experience in firing technique.                                           Pass-No Pass (P-NP) course.
                                                                                         Supervised use of art studio equipment for projects assigned in furniture design
ARTS 53A            Introduction to Visual Technology                       3 Units      courses.
Advisory: Arts 8; English Writing 100B and Reading 100 (or Language
                                                                                         ARTS 58B            Intermediate Furniture Design                            3 Units
Arts 100), or English as a Second Language 172 and 173.
                                                                                         Prerequisite: Arts 58A.
Six hours lecture-laboratory.
                                                                                         Corequisite: Arts 58BL.
A survey of the computer based electronic technology used by visual artists and
designers. Student projects explore the creative potential of basic program options      Six hours lecture-laboratory.
and experience how each relates to the new electronic media environment.                 (Any combination of Arts 58A, 58B, and 58C may be taken up to six times, not
                                                                                         to exceed 18 units for the family of courses.)
ARTS 53B            Introduction to Computer Graphics                       3 Units      Intermediate furniture design with emphasis on a broader range of skills in design,
(Formerly Arts 53.)                                                                      construction, and craftsmanship.
Prerequisite: Arts 53A.
Advisory: Arts 8; English Writing 100B and Reading 100 (or Language
                                                                                         ARTS 58BL           Furniture Design Laboratory                                1 Unit
                                                                                         Corequisite: Arts 58BL must also enroll in Arts 58B.
Arts 100), or English as a Second Language 172 and 173.
                                                                                         Three hours laboratory.
Six hours lecture-laboratory.
Introductory use of art and design software for the computer. Emphasis on the            (Repeatable up to six times, not to exceed 18 units.)
creative process and the computer as a tool used by artists and designers today.         Pass-No Pass (P-NP) course.
Software used includes Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, Macromedia FreeHand           Supervised use of art studio equipment for projects assigned in furniture design
and Gryphon Morph.                                                                       courses.




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ARTS 58C            Advanced Furniture Design
Prerequisite: Arts 58B.
Corequisite: Arts 58CL.
                                                                               3 Units      ARTS 77
                                                                                            ARTS 77X
                                                                                            ARTS 77Y
                                                                                                                Special Projects in Art                                   1 Unit
                                                                                                                                                                         2 Units
                                                                                                                                                                         3 Units
Six hours lecture-laboratory.                                                               (Formerly Arts 40, 40X, and 40Y.)
(Any combination of Arts 58A, 58B, and 58C may be taken up to six times, not                Prerequisite: Demonstrated special talent.
to exceed 18 units for the family of courses.)                                              Three hours laboratory per week for each unit of credit.
Advanced furniture design with special emphasis on the use of color and mixed               (Any combination of Arts 77, 77X, and 77Y may be taken up to six times, not to
media. Continued exploration of building techniques and design.                             exceed 18 units, as long as the topics/projects are different each time.)
                                                                                            Individual advanced projects in painting, sculpture, drawing and crafts.
ARTS 58CL           Furniture Design Laboratory                                  1 Unit
Corequisite: Arts 58CL students must also enroll in Arts 58C.                               ARTS 85             Motion Graphics                                          3 Units
Three hours laboratory.                                                                     Prerequisite: Arts 55B.
(Repeatable up to six times, not to exceed 18 units.)                                       (Also listed as Film/Television 85. Student may enroll in either department, but
Pass-No Pass (P-NP) course.                                                                 not both, for credit.)
Supervised use of art studio equipment for projects assigned in furniture design            Six hours lecture-laboratory.
courses.                                                                                    The analysis and interpretation of the art and design involved in the production
                                                                                            of “on-the-air” graphic design. The creative integration of “type” and “image” in
ARTS 59             History of Graphic Design                                  4 Units      motion is stressed through the use of directed laboratory exercises. Software used
Advisory: English Writing 100B and Reading 100 (or Language Arts 100), or                   includes Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Premier, Macromedia FreeHand, Macromedia
English as a Second Language 172 and 173.                                                   Director, Macromedia Flash.
Four hours lecture.
A history of word and image from the invention of writing and the origins of typography     ARTS 86             Electronic Illustration Techniques                       3 Units
in Europe, Asia and the United States from antiquity through the Industrial Revolution,     Prerequisite: Arts 53A and 53B.
the Modernist Era and the Information Age. Emphasis is placed on the impact of              Three hours lecture, three hours laboratory.
industrial technology in the first half of the twentieth century and the importance of       Introduction to industry standard software related to the creation and implementation
graphic design in the global village. Topics will include the origins of printing and       of computer generated illustration. Emphasis is on verbal-visual relationships and
typography in the industrial age and post modern design.                                    the integration of type and image in contemporary illustration. Topics will include:
                                                                                            illustration software options; concept and problem solving; style and personal
ARTS 60             Portfolio Workshop                                         2 Units      expression; story board and broadcast illustration; and 3D illustration dynamics.
Prerequisite: Completion of works for inclusion in portfolio.
Four hours lecture-laboratory.                                                              ARTS 92             Topics (Guest Artist/Craftsman)                         1/2 Unit
Introductory course for advanced arts students in the preparation and assembly of           One and one-half hours lecture-laboratory.
artwork for the artist’s portfolio. Emphasis is on the systems, materials, vocabulary,      (May be taken up to six times, not to exceed 18 units, as long as the topics/
and procedures used by professional artists, photographers and graphic designers.           projects are different each time.)
Students taking this course should be advanced art students interested in creating          The investigation of techniques and procedures utilized by a guest artist for the
a professional portfolio.                                                                   production and development of their work. Concepts, theory, and practice pertaining
                                                                                            to the specific topic as predetermined by the guest artist.
ARTS 63             Business Practices for Graphic Designers                   3 Units
Advisory: English Writing 100B and Reading 100 (or Language Arts 100), or                   ARTS 112A           Digital Imaging Software (Photoshop)                     4 Units
English as a Second Language 172 and 173.                                                   (Student may receive credit for either CAD and Digital Imaging/Computer
Three hours lecture.                                                                        Applications and Office Systems/Arts 112A-H; or 112I-P and 112Q-Z.)
Introduction to the range of business practices used by artists and designers in            Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 201 (or Language Arts 200), or
the visual communications industry. Emphasis will be placed on legal rights and             English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263; Computer Applications
issues as they relate to the professional artist/client relationship. Topics will include   and Office Systems 94 or Computer Information Systems 94; Computer
pricing and marketing, salaries and trade customs, standard contracts and new               Applications and Office Systems 102T.
technology issues.                                                                          (Also listed as CAD and Digital Imaging 112A and Computer Applications and
                                                                                            Office Systems 112A. Student may enroll in only one department for credit.)
ARTS 65             Graphic Design for the World Wide Web                      3 Units      Eight hours lecture-laboratory.
Prerequisite: Arts 53A and 53B.
                                                                                            Pass-No Pass (P-NP) course.
Advisory: Computer Information Systems 89.                                                  Basic and intermediate principles using digital imaging software to produce graphics
Six hours lecture-laboratory.                                                               for Web sites. Introduction to digital imaging terminology and software. This course
Hands-on web page design fundamentals. Emphasis is on the creative integration              is for the content person to produce Web pages using digital images.
of type and image as related to the World Wide Web. Topics will include: navigation
software, site content and organization, site layout, scanning and importing imagery,       ARTS 112I           Digital Imaging Software I (Photoshop)                   2 Units
file formats, and typography issues.                                                         (Student may receive credit for either CAD and Digital Imaging/Computer
                                                                                            Applications and Office Systems/Arts 112 A-H; or 112 I-P and 112 Q-Z.)
ARTS 70             Art Exhibition Analysis                                      1 Unit
                                                                                            Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 201 (or Language Arts 200), or
Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 201 (or Language Arts 200), or
                                                                                            English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263; Computer Applications
English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263.
                                                                                            and Office Systems 94 or Computer Information Systems 94; Computer
Three hours laboratory.
                                                                                            Applications and Office Systems 102T.
(May be taken three times for credit.)
                                                                                            (Also listed as CAD and Digital Imaging 112I and Computer Applications and
A class designed to develop skills in art gallery/museum viewing and critical analysis
                                                                                            Office Systems 112I. Student may enroll in only one department for credit.)
of content of exhibits, collection and/or lectures.
                                                                                            Four hours lecture-laboratory.
ARTS 71             Gallery and Exhibition Design                              3 Units      Pass-No Pass (P-NP) course.
Advisory: Arts 4A or Arts 8; English Writing 200 and Reading 201 (or Language               Basic principles of using digital imaging software to produce graphics for Web
Arts 200), or English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263.                                sites. Introduction to digital imaging terminology and software. This course is for
                                                                                            the content person to produce Web pages using digital images.
Six hours lecture-laboratory.
Practical experience in all aspects of exhibition design and installation of art exhibits
in galleries and museums. Emphasis on design theory and the evaluation and
                                                                                            ARTS 112Q           Digital Imaging Software II (Photoshop)                  2 Units
                                                                                            (Student may receive credit for either CAD and Digital Imaging/Computer
analysis of the communicative, cultural, aesthetic, technical factors involved in the
production of exhibits.                                                                     Applications and Office Systems/Arts 112 A-H; or 112 I-P and 112 Q-Z.)
                                                                                            Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 201 (or Language Arts 200), or
ARTS 72             Internship in Art                                            1 Unit     English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263; Computer Applications and
Advisory: Arts 1A, Arts 4A, Arts 8, Arts 10A, and Arts 71; English Writing 200              Office Systems 112 I-P, or equivalent.
and Reading 201 (or Language Arts 200), or English as a Second                              (Also listed as CAD and Digital Imaging 112Q and Computer Applications and
Language 261, 262 and 263.                                                                  Office Systems 112Q. Student may enroll in only one department for credit.)
Three hours laboratory.                                                                     Four hours lecture-laboratory.
(May be taken three times for credit.)                                                      Pass-No Pass (P-NP) course.
Directed professional experience in art museums/galleries, art businesses, art in           Basic and intermediate principles of using digital imaging software to produce graphics
schools programs in the Bay Area that emphasizes the application of skills and              for Web sites. Introduction to digital imaging terminology and software. This course
knowledge obtained in Gallery and Exhibition Design course Arts 71, Arts 4A Beginning       is for the content person to produce Web pages using digital images.
Drawing, Arts 8 Basic Design, Arts 10A three-dimensional Design.



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ARTS 113A          Web Authoring Software (Dreamweaver)
(Student may receive credit for either Computer Applications and Office
Systems/Arts 113A-H or 113I-P and 113Q-Z.)
                                                                           4 Units     ARTS 113U          Web Authoring Software II (Frontpage 2000) 2 Units
                                                                                       (Student may receive credit for either Computer Applications and Office
                                                                                       Systems/Arts 113 A-H; or 113 I-P and 113 Q-Z.)
                                                                                                                                                                            A
Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 201 (or Language Arts 200), or               Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 201 (or Language Arts 200), or
English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263; Computer Applications                   English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263; Computer Applications and
and Office Systems 94 or Computer Information Systems 94; Computer                      Office Systems 113I-P or Arts 113I-P.
Applications and Office Systems 102T.                                                   (Also listed as Computer Applications and Office Systems 113U. Student may
(Also listed as Computer Applications and Office Systems 113A. Student may              enroll in either department, but not both, for credit.)
enroll in either department, but not both, for credit.)                                Four hours lecture-laboratory.
Eight hours lecture-laboratory.                                                        Pass-No Pass (P-NP) course.
Pass-No Pass (P-NP) course.                                                            Intermediate principles of building Web pages/sites using Web authoring software.
Basic and intermediate principles of building Web pages/sites using Web authoring      Expansion of Web authoring terminology and use of more advanced software
software. Introduction to Web authoring terminology and software. This course is       features. This course is for the content person to develop and maintain an effective
for the content person to develop and maintain an effective Web site.                  Web site.

ARTS 113E          Web Authoring Software (Frontpage 2000)                 4 Units     ARTS 114A          Web Graphics/Animation Software (Flash)                 3 Units
(Student may receive credit for either Computer Applications and Office                 (Student may receive credit for either CAD and Digital Imaging/Computer
Systems/Arts 113A-H or 113I-P and 113Q-Z.)                                             Applications and Office Systems/Arts 114 A-H; or 114 I-P and 114 Q-Z.)
Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 201 (or Language Arts 200), or               Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 201 (or Language Arts 200), or
English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263; Computer Applications                   English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263; Computer Applications and
and Office Systems 94 or Computer Information Systems 94; Computer                      Office Systems 112 A-H or Computer Applications and Office Systems 112 I-P;
Applications and Office Systems 102T.                                                   and 112 Q-Z or equivalent.
(Also listed as Computer Applications and Office Systems 113E. Student may              (Also listed as CAD and Digital Imaging 114A and Computer Applications and
enroll in either department, but not both, for credit.)                                Office Systems 114A. Student may enroll in only one department for credit.)
Eight hours lecture-laboratory.                                                        Six hours lecture-laboratory.
Pass-No Pass (P-NP) course.                                                            Pass-No Pass (P-NP) course.
Basic and intermediate principles of building Web pages/sites using Web authoring      Basic and intermediate principles of graphics/animation for the Web. Web graphics/
software. Introduction to Web authoring terminology and software. This course is       animation terminology and software. This course is for the content person to build
for the content person to develop and maintain an effective Web site.                  a Web site.

ARTS 113I          Web Authoring Software I (Dreamweaver)                  2 Units     ARTS 114I          Web Graphics/Animation
(Student may receive credit for either Computer Applications and Office                                    Software I (Flash)                                 1 1/2 Units
Systems/Arts 113 A-H; or 113 I-P and 113 Q-Z.)                                         (Student may receive credit for either Computer Applications and Office
Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 201 (or Language Arts 200), or               Systems/Arts 114 A-H or 114 I-P; and 114 Q-Z.)
English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263; Computer Applications                   Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 201 (or Language Arts 200), or
and Office Systems 94 or Computer Information Systems 94; Computer                      English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263; Computer Applications and
Applications and Office Systems 102T.                                                   Office Systems 112 A-H or Computer Applications and Office Systems 112 I-P;
(Also listed as Computer Applications and Office Systems 113I. Student may              and 112 Q-Z or equivalent.
enroll in either department, but not both, for credit.)                                (Also listed as Computer Applications and Office Systems 114I. Student may
Four hours lecture-laboratory.                                                         enroll in either department, but not both, for credit.)
Pass-No Pass (P-NP) course.                                                            Three hours lecture-laboratory.
Basic principles of building Web pages/sites using Web authoring software.             Pass-No Pass (P-NP) course.
Introduction to Web authoring terminology and software. This course is for the         Basic principles of graphics/animation for the Web. Introduction to Web graphics/
content person to develop and maintain an effective Web site.                          animation terminology and software. This course is for the content person to build
                                                                                       a Web site.
ARTS 113M          Web Authoring Software I (Frontpage 2000) 2 Units
(Student may receive credit for either Computer Applications and Office                 ARTS 114Q          Web Graphics/Animation
Systems/Arts 113 A-H; or 113 I-P and 113 Q-Z.)                                                            Software II (Flash)                                1 1/2 Units
Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 201 (or Language Arts 200), or               (Student may receive credit for either Computer Applications and Office
English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263; Computer Applications                   Systems/Arts 114A-H or 114I-P and 114Q-Z.)
and Office Systems 94 or Computer Information Systems 94; Computer                      Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 201 (or Language Arts 200), or
Applications and Office Systems 102T.                                                   English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263; Computer Applications and
(Also listed as Computer Applications and Office Systems 113M. Student may              Office Systems 114I-P or Arts 114I-P.
enroll in either department, but not both, for credit.)                                (Also listed as Computer Applications and Office Systems 114Q. Student may
Four hours lecture-laboratory.                                                         enroll in either department, but not both, for credit.)
Pass-No Pass (P-NP) course.                                                            Three hours lecture-laboratory.
Basic principles of building Web pages/sites using Web authoring software.             Pass-No Pass (P-NP) course.
Introduction to Web authoring terminology and software. This course is for the         Intermediate principles of graphics/animation for the Web. Expansion of Web
content person to develop and maintain an effective Web site.                          graphics/animation terminology and software. This course is for the content person
                                                                                       to build a Web site.
ARTS 113Q          Web Authoring Software II (Dreamweaver)                 2 Units
(Student may receive credit for either Computer Applications and Office                 ARTS 116A          Web Development Graphics
Systems/Arts 113 A-H; or 113 I-P and 113 Q-Z.)                                                            Software (Illustrator)                                 4 Units
Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 201 (or Language Arts 200), or               (Student may receive credit for either CAD and Digital Imaging/Computer
English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263; Computer Applications and               Applications and Office Systems/Arts 116A-H, or 116I-P and 116Q-X.)
Office Systems 113I-P or Arts 113I-P.                                                   Prerequisite: CAD and Digital Imaging/Computer Applications and Office
(Also listed as Computer Applications and Office Systems 113Q. Student may              System/Arts 112A-H; or CAD and Digital Imaging/Computer Applications and
enroll in either department, but not both, for credit.)                                Office Systems/Arts 112I-P and 112Q-X.
Four hours lecture-laboratory.                                                         Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 201 (or Language Arts 200), or
Pass-No Pass (P-NP) course.                                                            English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263.
Intermediate principles of building Web pages/sites using Web authoring software.      (Also listed as CAD and Digital Imaging 116A and Computer Applications and
Expansion of Web authoring terminology and use of more advanced software               Office Systems 116A. Student may enroll in only one department for credit.)
features. This course is for the content person to develop and maintain an effective   Eight hours lecture-laboratory.
Web site.                                                                              Pass-No Pass (P-NP) course.
                                                                                       Basic and intermediate principles of using vector-based graphics software to produce
                                                                                       graphics for Web sites. Introduction to vector-based graphics terminology and
                                                                                       software. This course is for the content person to produce vector graphic images.




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ARTS 116I           Web Development Graphics
                    Software I (Illustrator)
(Student may receive credit for either Computer Applications and Office
                                                                              2 Units
                                                                                           ASTR 10             Stellar Astronomy
                                                                                           (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.)
                                                                                           Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5.
                                                                                                                                                                         5 Units


Systems/Arts 116A-H, or 116I-P and 116Q-X.) Prerequisite: Computer                         Five hours lecture.
Applications and Office Systems/Arts 112A-H, or Computer Applications and                   Analyze the physical principles, logic, and development of stellar astronomy from
Office Systems/Arts 112I-P, and 112Q-X.                                                     ancient times to the present, with emphasis on recent developments. Examine the
Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 201 (or Language Arts 200), or                   relationship of earth to its deep-space environment and contrast the Sun to other
English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263.                                             types of stars. Synthesize the organization in space and time of the hierarchy of
(Also listed as Computer Applications and Office Systems 116I. Student may                  the cosmos from stellar systems through the universe on its largest observable
enroll in either department, but not both, for credit.)                                    scale, and investigate the observational strategies and equipment that are used
Fours hours lecture-laboratory.                                                            to investigate it.
Pass-No Pass (P-NP) course.
Basic principles of using vector-based graphics software to produce graphics for
                                                                                           ASTR 14             Project Universe                                          3 Units
Web sites. Introduction to vector-based graphics terminology and software. This            Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5.
course is for the content person to reproduce vector graphic images.                       Three hours lecture.
                                                                                           General astronomy: the origin, characteristics, relationships and evolution of the solar
ARTS 116Q           Web Development Graphics Software II                      2 Units      system, stars, galaxies and the universe. Planetarium demonstrations.
(Student may receive credit for either Computer Applications and Office
Systems/Arts 116A-H, or 116I-P, and 116Q-X.) Prerequisite: Computer
                                                                                           ASTR 77             Special Projects in Astronomy                              1 Unit
Applications and Office Systems/Arts 116I-P.                                                ASTR 77X                                                                      2 Units
Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 201 (or Language Arts 200), or                   ASTR 77Y                                                                      3 Units
English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263.                                             (Formerly Astronomy 40, 40X, and 40Y.)
(Also listed as Computer Applications and Office Systems 116Q. Student may                  Prerequisite: Consent of instructor and division dean.
enroll in either department, but not both, for credit.)                                    Three hours laboratory per week for each unit of credit.
Four hours lecture-laboratory.                                                             (Any combination of Astronomy 77, 77X, and 77Y may be taken up to six times,
Pass-No Pass (P-NP) course.                                                                not to exceed 18 units, as long as the topics/projects are different each time.)
Basic and intermediate principles of using vector-based graphics software to produce       Pass-No Pass (P-NP) course.
graphics for Web sites. Introduction to vector-based graphics terminology and              Individual special reading, writing, or study projects in astronomy as determined in
software. This course is for the content person to produce vector graphic images.          consultation with the instructor.

ARTS 117A           Advanced Digital Imaging
                    Software (Photoshop)                                      3 Units      Automotive Technology
Prerequisite: Arts/CAD and Digital Imaging/Computer Applications and Office
Systems 112A-H.                                                                            AUTO 50A            Introduction to Automotive Principles                     4 Units
Advisory: Computer Applications and Office Systems 90G; English                             Advisory: English Writing 100B and Reading 100 (or Language Arts 100), or
Writing 100B and Reading 100 (or Language Arts 100), or English as a Second                English as a Second Language 172 and 173 ; Mathematics 101 or 112.
Language 172 and 173.                                                                      Four hours lecture per week.Forty-eight hours lecture per quarter.
(Also listed as CAD and Digital Imaging 117A and Computer Applications and                 A selective study of the automobile’s engine systems. Knowledge and skills necessary
Office Systems 117A. Student may enroll in only one department for credit.)                 for basic repair, maintenance, and troubleshooting today’s engine systems. May be
Six hours lecture-laboratory.                                                              used to fulfill the prerequisite to the Automotive Technology Program.
Pass-No Pass (P-NP) course.
                                                                                           AUTO 50B            Applied Automotive Principles                             2 Units
Advanced principles and techniques of using digital imaging software to produce
                                                                                           Prerequisite: Automotive Technology 50A (may be taken concurrently).
graphics for Web sites and printed media. Integration of digital imaging software
with Web authoring software. This course is for the content person to produce digital      Advisory: English Writing 100B and Reading 100 (or Language Arts 100), or
images for Web pages and print media.                                                      English as a Second Language 172 and 173 ; Mathematics 101 or 112.
                                                                                           Four hours lecture-laboratory per week.Forty-eight hours lecture-laboratory
ARTS 118A           Advanced Web Graphics/                                                 per quarter.
                    Animation Software (Flash)                                3 Units      Basic lecture-laboratory experiences in automotive repair and maintenance as related
Prerequisite: Arts/CAD and Digital Imaging/Computer Applications and Office                 to the engine and its supporting systems.
Systems 114A-H.
Advisory: Computer Applications and Office Systems 90G; English
                                                                                           AUTO 51A            Introduction to Automotive
Writing 100B and Reading 100 (or Language Arts 100), or English as a Second
                                                                                                               Principles (Chassis Systems)                              4 Units
                                                                                           Advisory: English Writing 100B and Reading 100 (or Language Arts 100), or
Language 172 and 173.
                                                                                           English as a Second Language 172 and 173 ; Mathematics 101 or 112.
(Also listed as CAD and Digital Imaging 118A and Computer Applications and
                                                                                           Four hours lecture per week.Forty-eight hours lecture per quarter.
Office Systems 118A. Student may enroll in only one department for credit.)
                                                                                           A selective study of the automobile’s chassis and drive line systems. Knowledge
Six hours lecture-laboratory.
                                                                                           and skills necessary for basic repair, maintenance, and troubleshooting of today’s
Pass-No Pass (P-NP) course.
                                                                                           chassis and drive line systems. Can be used to fulfill the prerequisite to the Automotive
An advanced Flash course that is projects and portfolio based and taught from a
                                                                                           Technology Program.
designer perspective. Students will be taught how to build a portfolio and animated
multimedia presentation. Basic programming skills will be taught along with                AUTO 51B            Applications of Automotive
developing interactive web-based multimedia presentations using ActionScripts,
                                                                                                               Principles (Chassis Systems)                              2 Units
sound, and graphics.
                                                                                           Prerequisite: Automotive Technology 51A (may be taken concurrently.)
ARTS 500            Studio Practice                                           0 Units      Four hours lecture-laboratory per week.Forty-eight hours lecture-laboratory
Corequisite: Arts 500 students must also enroll in an art production or skills             per quarter.
                                                                                           Basic lecture-laboratory experiences in automotive repair and maintenance as related
course.
                                                                                           to: suspension, steering, braking and drive line components.
One and one-half hours laboratory.
(No limit on repeatability for 0 unit classes.)                                            AUTO 53A            Automotive Mechanisms                                     3 Units
No grade (NG) course.                                                                      Prerequisite: Approved Automotive Technology Course Sequence Contract.
Supervised use of individual production facilities.
                                                                                           Advisory: English Writing 100B and Reading 100 (or Language Arts 100), or
                                                                                           English as a Second Language 172 and 173 ; Mathematics 101 or 112.
Astronomy                                                                                  Six hours lecture-laboratory per week.Seventy two hours lecture-laboratory
                                                                                           per quarter.
                                                                                           The application of physical principles to the operation of mechanical, hydraulic, and
ASTR 4              Solar System Astronomy                                    5 Units      hydromechanical systems, using an applied physics technique.
(See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.)
Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5.
Five hours lecture.
Analyze the physical principles, logic, and development of solar system astronomy
from ancient times through the space age. Examine earth and sky relationships,
exploration of the solar system by spacecraft and earth-based methods, similarities
and differences between Earth and other planets, theories of the origin of the planetary
system, and properties of other stars’ planetary systems. Includes multimedia
planetarium demonstrations.
                                  All courses are for unit credit and apply to a
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AUTO 53B             Automotive Electromechanical Systems
Prerequisite: Approved Automotive Technology Course Sequence Contract.
Advisory: English Writing 100B and Reading 100 (or Language Arts 100), or
                                                                                2 Units      AUTO 60C            Automotive Ignition, Fuel,
                                                                                                                 and Emission Systems
                                                                                             (Formerly Automotive Technology 65A and 65D.)
                                                                                                                                                                          9 Units    A
English as a Second Language 172 and 173 ; Mathematics 101 or 112.                           Advisory: Automotive Technology 50A, 50B, 60, 60A, and 60B; English
Four hours lecture-laboratory per week.Forty-eight hours lecture-laboratory                  Writing 100B and Reading 100 (or Language Arts 100), or English as a Second
per quarter.                                                                                 Language 172 and 173 ; Mathematics 101 or 112.
(Any combination of Automotive Technology 53B and Manufacturing and CNC                      Nine hours lecture per week.One hundred eight hours lecture per quarter.
63B may be taken three times for credit.)                                                    Introduction to components, subsystems, and functions of ignition, fuel delivery,
Electrical theories, testing and measuring procedures, circuit construction and              carburetor and fuel injection systems (engine management). Introduction to automotive
schematic interpretation. Application of the principles of magnetism. Fundamentals           emission controls. Basic diagnosis, service, and repair procedures. Preparation for
of operation of semiconductors used as electronic devices and controls.                      Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) examination in areas A6, A8, and L1.

AUTO 56              Special Projects in Automotive Technology                   1 Unit      AUTO 60D            Ignition Analysis and
AUTO 56X                                                                        2 Units                          Oscilloscope Diagnosis                              4 1/2 Units
AUTO 56Y                                                                        3 Units      Advisory: Automotive Technology 50A, 50B, 60, 60A, 60B, 60C; English
Prerequisite: Approved special projects contract.                                            Writing 100B and Reading 100 (or Language Arts 100), or English as a Second
Three hours laboratory per week for each unit of credit.Thirty six hours                     Language 172 and 173 ; Mathematics 101 or 112.
laboratory per quarter for each unit of credit.                                              Four and one-half hours lecture per week.Fifty-four hours lecture per quarter.
(Any combination of Automotive Technology 56, 56X, and 56Y may be taken up                   Ignition system principles of operation and diagnosis. Use of electronic test equipment
to six times, not to exceed 18 units, as long as the topics/projects are different           in ignition system diagnosis. Preparation for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE)
each time.)                                                                                  certification examinations in areas A6, A8, and L1.
Projects advancing student’s knowledge and experience in automotive
technology.                                                                                  AUTO 60E            Automotive Fuel Injection                            4 1/2 Units
                                                                                             (Formerly Automotive Technology 65I and 65N.)
AUTO 57A             Career Research and Employment                                          Advisory: Automotive Technology 50A, 50B, 60, 60C, and 60D; English
                     in the Automotive Industry                                 2 Units      Writing 100B and Reading 100 (or Language Arts 100), or English as a Second
Advisory: Automotive Technology 50A and 50B; English Writing 100B and                        Language 172 and 173 ; Mathematics 101 or 112.
Reading 100 (or Language Arts 100), or English as a Second Language 172                      Four and one-half hours lecture per week.Fifty-four hours lecture per quarter.
and 173 ; Mathematics 101 or 112.                                                            Theory of operation and service of electronic fuel injection systems. Component parts
Two hours lecture per week.Twenty-four hours lecture per quarter.                            and their functions and overall system theory. Diagnostic and repair methods using
Career research in the automotive industry: job search, applications and resumes,            standard test and repair equipment. Preparation for Automotive Service Excellence
employer-employee relationships, job interviews.                                             (ASE) examination in areas A8, and L1.

AUTO 57B             Automotive Shop Operations                                 2 Units      AUTO 60F            No-Start Diagnosis                                   4 1/2 Units
Advisory: Automotive Technology 50A and 50B; English Writing 100B and                        (Formerly Automotive Technology 65G.)
Reading 100 (or Language Arts 100), or English as a Second Language 172                      Advisory: Automotive Technology 50A, 50B, 60, 60A, 60B, 60C, and 60D;
and 173 ; Mathematics 101 or 112.                                                            English Writing 100B and Reading 100 (or Language Arts 100), or English as a
Two hours lecture per week.Twenty-four hours lecture per quarter.                            Second Language 172 and 173 ; Mathematics 101 or 112.
Selection of automotive operations, organization, required equipment, customer               Four and one-half hours lecture per week.Fifty-four hours lecture per quarter.
relations, personnel, tax liability permits and record keeping.                              Principles of troubleshooting procedures and techniques to analyze and repair
                                                                                             “no-start” problems in the fuel, ignition, and electrical systems of an automobile.
AUTO 58              Hazardous Materials                                       1/2 Unit      Preparation for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) examination in areas A6, A8,
Advisory: English Writing 100B and Reading 100 (or Language Arts 100), or                    and L1.
English as a Second Language 172 and 173.
One-half hour lecture per week.Six hours lecture per quarter.                                AUTO 60G            Advanced Scan Tool Diagnosis                         4 1/2 Units
Proper handling of hazardous materials in the automotive trade.                              (Formerly Automotive Technology 65T.)
                                                                                             Advisory: Automotive Technology 50A, 50B, 60, 60A, 60B, 60C, 60D, and 60E;
AUTO 60              Automotive Electrical Systems                              9 Units      English Writing 100B and Reading 100 (or Language Arts 100), or English as a
Advisory: Automotive Technology 50B; English Writing 100B and Reading 100                    Second Language 172 and 173 ; Mathematics 101 or 112.
(or Language Arts 100), or English as a Second Language 172 and 173 ;                        Four and one-half hours lecture per week.Fifty-four hours lecture per quarter.
Mathematics 101 or 112.                                                                      Advanced drivability diagnosis using a scan tool. Using the onboard diagnostic
Nine hours lecture per week.One hundred eight hours lecture per quarter.                     capabilities of vehicles built since 1980. Advanced scan data analysis. Using PC
Principles of electricity, electronics, cranking, and charging systems. Testing, diagnosis   capabilities to store and analyze diagnostic information. Preparation for Automotive
and repair of these systems.                                                                 Service Excellence (ASE) examination in areas A6, A8, and L1.

AUTO 60A             Electrical Schematic Diagnosis                        4 1/2 Units       AUTO 60H            Advanced Drivability and
(Formerly Automotive Technology 67.)                                                                             Onboard Diagnostics                                 4 1/2 Units
Advisory: Automotive Technology 60; English Writing 100B and Reading 100                     (Formerly Automotive Technology 65F.)
(or Language Arts 100), or English as a Second Language 172 and 173 ;                        Advisory: Automotive Technology 50A, 50B, 60, 60A, 60B, 60C, 60D, and 60E;
Mathematics 101 or 112.                                                                      English Writing 100B and Reading 100 (or Language Arts 100), or English as a
Four and one-half hours lecture per week.Fifty-four hours lecture per quarter.               Second Language 172 and 173 ; Mathematics 101 or 112.
Theory of operation for electrical, electronic, and electromechanical accessory              Four and one-half yours lecture per week.Fifty-four hours lecture per quarter.
systems. Understanding and using wiring diagrams, schematics, and other diagnostic           Survey of onboard diagnostic systems from 1980 to the present. Advanced electronic
information to troubleshoot electrical, electronic, and electromechanical systems.           diagnostic procedures using an automotive scan tool. Preparation for Automotive
Preparation for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) examination in areas A6, A8,             Service Excellence (ASE) examination in areas A6, A8, and L1.
and L1.
                                                                                             AUTO 60J            Advanced Lab Scope
AUTO 60B             Automotive Electronics                                4 1/2 Units                           and Waveform Diagnosis                              4 1/2 Units
(Formerly Automotive Technology 65M.)                                                        (Formerly Automotive Technology 65U.)
Advisory: Automotive Technology 50A, 50B, 60 and 60A; English Writing 100B                   Advisory: Automotive Technology 50A, 50B, 60, 60C, 60D, 60E, 60F, and 60G;
and Reading 100 (or Language Arts 100), or English as a Second Language 172                  English Writing 100B and Reading 100 (or Language Arts 100), or English as a
and 173 ; Mathematics 101 or 112.                                                            Second Language 172 and 173 ; Mathematics 101 or 112.
Four and one-half hours lecture per week.Fifty-four hours lecture per quarter.               Four and one-half hours lecture per week.Fifty-four hours lecture per quarter.
Application of computer control principles to automotive systems. Operation of               Diagnosis of automotive electronic systems using a laboratory oscilloscope and a
automotive electronic control systems, including commonly used sensors, actuators,           power graphing meter. Related use of other basic test equipment, including a digital
and displays. Introduction to diagnostic methods and test equipment for automotive           multi meter and scan tool. Advanced waveform analysis. Preparation for Automotive
electronic control systems. Preparation for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE)              Service Excellence (ASE) examination in areas A6, A8, and L1.
examination in Areas A6, A8, and L1.




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A
AUTO 61A           Automotive Brake Systems
(Formerly Automotive Technology 61.)
                                                                    4 1/2 Units

Advisory: Automotive Technology 50A and 50B; English Writing 100B and
                                                                                     AUTO 64             Automotive Machining and Engine Repair
                                                                                     (Formerly Automotive Technology 64A and 64B.)
                                                                                     Advisory: Automotive Technology 50A and 50B; English Writing 100B and
                                                                                                                                                                 9 Units


Reading 100 (or Language Arts 100), or English as a Second Language 172              Reading 100 (or Language Arts 100), or English as a Second Language 172
and 173 ; Mathematics 101 or 112.                                                    and 173 ; Mathematics 101 or 112.
Four and one-half hours lecture per week.Fifty four hours lecture per quarter.       Nine hours lecture per week.One hundred eight hours lecture per quarter.
Operation of automotive brake systems. Repair, maintenance and                       Repair and rebuilding of engine cylinder heads and block components, engine
troubleshooting.                                                                     assembly and testing. Includes theory, diagnosis, disassembly, cleaning, inspection
                                                                                     and failure analysis. Preparation for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) examinations
AUTO 61B           Electronically Controlled                                         for areas A1; and M1, M2, and M3.
                   Brake Systems                                    4 1/2 Units
Advisory: Automotive Technology 62A; English Writing 100B and Reading 100            AUTO 64HP           High Performance Engine Preparation                     9 Units
(or Language Arts 100), or English as a Second Language 172 and 173 ;                (Formerly Automotive Technology 64C.)
Mathematics 101 or 112.                                                              Prerequisite: Automotive Technology 64; or Automotive Technology 64A and
Four and one-half hours lecture per week.Fifty-four hours lecture per quarter.       64B.
Advanced study of wheel alignment systems. Emphasis is placed on diagnostic          Nine hours lecture per week.One hundred eight hours lecture per quarter.
inspection and repair procedures.                                                    Precision and performance engine preparation. Includes selection and matching of
                                                                                     engine and valve train components for maximum efficiency and output.
AUTO 62A           Automotive Suspension,
                   Steering, and Alignment                               9 Units     AUTO 65P            Clean Air Car Course                                    7 Units
(Formerly Automotive Technology 62E, 62F, and 62G.)                                  (Automotive Technology 65P plus 65PP were formerly Automotive
Advisory: Automotive Technology 50A and 50B; English Writing 100B and                Technology 65LA, 65LB, and 65LC.)
Reading 100 (or Language Arts 100), or English as a Second Language 172              Prerequisite: Automotive Technology 60, 65I or N, 65M, and one year of related
and 173 ; Mathematics 101 or 112.                                                    automotive experience.
Nine hours lecture per week.One hundred eight hours lecture per quarter.             Seven hours lecture per week.Eighty-four hours lecture per quarter.
Operation of automotive suspension, steering and alignment systems. Overview of      Automotive technician training program for California’s Inspection and Maintenance
repair, maintenance, and troubleshooting procedures.                                 Program (I & M Program). ASE certification in Electrical Systems and Engine
                                                                                     Performance meets BAR verification requirement.
AUTO 62B           Advanced Wheel Alignment                              9 Units
Advisory: Automotive Technology 62A; English Writing 100B and Reading 100            AUTO 65Q            Onboard Diagnostics II (20 Hour Update)                 2 Units
(or Language Arts 100), or English as a Second Language 172 and 173 ;                Advisory: Current California Smog Check License; Automotive Service
Mathematics 101 or 112.                                                              Excellence (ASE) Certification A6, A8 and L1; English Writing 100B and
Four and one-half hours lecture per week.Fifty-four hours lecture per quarter.       Reading 100 (or Language Arts 100), or English as a Second Language 172
Advanced study of wheel alignment systems. Emphasis is placed on diagnostic          and 173 ; Mathematics 101 or 112.
inspection and repair procedures.                                                    Two hours lecture per week.Twenty four hours lecture per quarter.
                                                                                     Review of Onboard Diagnostics Generation I (OBDI). Extensive coverage of Onboard
AUTO 63            Automatic Transmissions and Transaxles                9 Units     Diagnostics Generation II (OBDII) operating system, testing procedures and strategies.
(Formerly Automotive Technology 63B and 63C.)                                        Preparation for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) examination in areas A6, A8,
Advisory: Automotive Technology 50A and 50B; English Writing 100B and                L1, and Inspection and Maintenance (I/M) technician update requirements.
Reading 100 (or Language Arts 100), or English as a Second Language 172
and 173 ; Mathematics 101 or 112.                                                    AUTO 65R            California ASE Alternative Training A6                  2 Units
Nine hours lecture per week.One hundred eight hours lecture per quarter.             Advisory: Automotive Technology 60, 60A, and 60B; English Writing 100B and
Principles of operation, service and repair procedures for automatic transmissions   Reading 100 (or Language Arts 100), or English as a Second Language 172
and transaxles. Hydraulic and mechanical system operation. Power flow and             and 173 ; Mathematics 101 or 112.
component repair techniques. Preparation for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE)     Two hour lecture per week.Twenty four hours lecture per quarter.
certification examination A2.                                                         This course is approved by the Bureau of Automotive Repair (BAR) as an alternative
                                                                                     to meet the ASE A6 certification prerequisites for obtaining a smog technician
AUTO 63A           Automotive Drive Train                           4 1/2 Units      license.
Advisory: Automotive Technology 50A and 50B; English Writing 100B and
Reading 100 (or Language Arts 100), or English as a Second Language 172              AUTO 65S            California ASE Alternative Training A8                  2 Units
and 173 ; Mathematics 101 or 112.                                                    Advisory: Automotive Technology 60, 60A, 60B and 60C; English Writing 100B
Four and one-half hours lecture per week.Fifty four hours lecture per quarter.       and Reading 100 (or Language Arts 100), or English as a Second Language 172
Principles of operation of automotive drive train components. Service and repair     and 173 ; Mathematics 101 or 112.
procedures, product problem discussions and demonstrations. Preparation for          Two hours lecture per week.Twenty four hours lecture per week.
Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) certification examination A3.                     This course is approved by the Bureau of Automotive Repair (BAR) as an alternative
                                                                                     to meet the ASE A8 certification prerequisites for obtaining a smog technician
AUTO 63B           Automatic Transmission                           4 1/2 Units      license.
Advisory: Automotive Technology 50A and 50B; English Writing 100B and
Reading 100 (or Language Arts 100), or English as a Second Language 172              AUTO 65V            California ASE Alternative Training L1              2 1/2 Units
and 173 ; Mathematics 101 or 112.                                                    Advisory: Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) Certification A6 and A8;
Four and one-half hours lecture per week.Fifty four hours lecture per quarter.       English Writing 100B and Reading 100 (or Language Arts 100), or English as a
Principles of operation, service and repair procedures of automatic transmissions.   Second Language 172 and 173 ; Mathematics 101 or 112.
Hydraulic and mechanical system operation. Preparation for Automotive Service        Two and one-half hours lecture per week.Thirty hours lecture per quarter.
Excellence (ASE) certification examination A2.                                        This course is approved by the Bureau of Automotive Repair (BAR) as an alternative
                                                                                     to meet the ASE L1 certification prerequisites for obtaining a smog technician
AUTO 63C           Automotive Transaxles                            4 1/2 Units      license.
Advisory: Automotive Technology 50A and 50B; English Writing 100B and
Reading 100 (or Language Arts 100), or English as a Second Language 172              AUTO 65W            Advanced Clean Air Car Course                       2 1/2 Units
and 173 ; Mathematics 101 or 112.                                                    Advisory: Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) Certification A6, A8, and L1;
Four and one-half hours lecture per week.Fifty four hours lecture per quarter.       English Writing 100B and Reading 100 (or Language Arts 100), or English as a
Automotive transaxle operation. Theory of operation, service and repair techniques   Second Language 172 and 173 ; Mathematics 101 or 112.
as related to automatic transaxles. Power flow and component repair techniques.       Two and one-half yours lecture per week.Thirty hours lecture per quarter.
Preparation for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) certification examination A2.     Automotive technician training program for California’s Inspection and Maintenance
                                                                                     Program (I & M Program). This course meets the Bureau of Automotive Repair
AUTO 63D           Transmission Diagnostic                                           (BAR) requirement for obtaining an Advanced Emissions Specialist (EA) Smog
                   and Repair Techniques                            4 1/2 Units      Check License.
Advisory: Automotive Technology 50A and 50B; English Writing 100B and
Reading 100 (or Language Arts 100), or English as a Second Language 172              AUTO 65X            Bureau of Automotive Repair (BAR)
and 173 ; Mathematics 101 or 112.                                                                        Update Training Course                                 1/2 Unit
Four and one-half hours lecture per week.Fifty four hours lecture per quarter.       Advisory: Current California Smog Check License; English Writing 100B and
Diagnostic and repair techniques for automatic transmissions and transaxles.         Reading 100 (or Language Arts 100), or English as a Second Language 172
Emphasis on development of diagnostic procedures and repair techniques.              and 173 ; Mathematics 101 or 112.
Preparation for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) certification examination A2      Eight hours lecture per quarter.
and A3.                                                                              Designed for automotive professionals that need to meet current smog check
                                                                                     licensing requirements.
                                All courses are for unit credit and apply to a
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AUTO 66             Automotive Air Conditioning
Advisory: Automotive Technology 60; English Writing 100B and Reading 100
(or Language Arts 100), or English as a Second Language 172 and 173;
                                                                          4 1/2 Units       AUTO 93A            Automotive Final Drive Train
                                                                                            Prerequisite: Approved Automotive Technology Course Sequence Contract.
                                                                                            Advisory: English Writing 100B and Reading 100 (or Language Arts 100), or
                                                                                                                                                                         5 Units
                                                                                                                                                                                    A
Mathematics 101 or 112.                                                                     English as a Second Language 172 and 173 ; Mathematics 101 or 112.
Four and one-half hours lecture per week.Fifty four hours lecture per quarter.              Ten hours lecture-laboratory per week.One hundred twenty hours lecture-
Operation and service of automotive air conditioning refrigeration and electrical control   laboratory per quarter.
systems. Emphasis on diagnosis and repair of systems. Preparation for Automotive            Components of the final drive train, including design features and service
Service Excellence (ASE) certification examination in area A7.                               techniques.

AUTO 68G            Drivability (General Motors)                          1 1/2 Units       AUTO 93B            Standard Transaxles                                  1 1/2 Units
AUTO 68H            Drivability (Honda/Acura)                             1 1/2 Units       Prerequisite: Approved Automotive Technology Course Sequence Contract.
AUTO 68J            Drivability (Chrysler)                                1 1/2 Units       Advisory: English Writing 100B and Reading 100 (or Language Arts 100), or
AUTO 68K            Drivability (Datsun/Nissan/ Infiniti)                  1 1/2 Units       English as a Second Language 172 and 173 ; Mathematics 101 or 112.
AUTO 68L            Drivability (Toyota/Lexus)                            1 1/2 Units       Three hours lecture-laboratory per week.Thirty six hours lecture-laboratory per
AUTO 68M            Drivability (Mitsubishi,                                                quarter.
                    Chrysler Import, Hyundai)                             1 1/2 Units       Standard transaxles: power flow, service requirements and repair procedures.
AUTO 68N            Drivability (Mazda)                                   1 1/2 Units
AUTO 68P            Drivability (Subaru)                                  1 1/2 Units       AUTO 93C            Automatic Transmissions                                  5 Units
AUTO 68Q            Drivability (Isuzu)                                   1 1/2 Units       Prerequisite: Approved Automotive Technology Course Sequence Contract.
AUTO 68R            Drivability (Ford)                                    1 1/2 Units       Advisory: English Writing 100B and Reading 100 (or Language Arts 100), or
AUTO 68S            Drivability (BMW)                                     1 1/2 Units       English as a Second Language 172 and 173 ; Mathematics 101 or 112.
Advisory: Automotive Technology 65N or 65I, 65M.                                            Ten hours lecture-laboratory per week.One hundred twenty hours lecture-
One and one-half hours lecture per week each course.Eighteen hours lecture                  laboratory per quarter.
per quarter each course.                                                                    Operation of automatic transmissions including torque converters, hydraulic control,
Pass-No Pass (P-NP) course.                                                                 planetary gear train, clutch and band operation. Inspection and repair procedures
Causes, repairs, and manufacturers’ modifications to correct engine drivability              for automatic transmissions.
problems of specific vehicles.
                                                                                            AUTO 93D            Automatic Transaxles                                 1 1/2 Units
AUTO 91A            Automotive Brake Systems                                   5 Units      Prerequisite: Approved Automotive Technology Course Sequence Contract.
Prerequisite: Approved Automotive Technology Course Sequence Contract.                      Advisory: English Writing 100B and Reading 100 (or Language Arts 100), or
Advisory: English Writing 100B and Reading 100 (or Language Arts 100), or                   English as a Second Language 172 and 173 ; Mathematics 101 or 112.
English as a Second Language 172 and 173 ; Mathematics 101 or 112.                          Three hours lecture-laboratory per week.Thirty six hours lecture-laboratory per
Ten hours lecture-laboratory per week.One hundred twenty hours lecture-                     quarter.
laboratory per quarter.                                                                     A detailed study of automatic transaxles. Power flow, service requirements and
Repair, maintenance and troubleshooting of automotive braking systems.                      repair procedures will be covered.

AUTO 91B            Active Brake Systems                                  1 1/2 Units       AUTO 93E            Diagnostic Techniques                                      1 Unit
Prerequisite: Automotive Technology 91A.                                                    Prerequisite: Approved Automotive Technology Course Sequence Contract.
Advisory: English Writing 100B and Reading 100 (or Language Arts 100), or                   Advisory: English Writing 100B and Reading 100 (or Language Arts 100), or
English as a Second Language 172 and 173 ; Mathematics 101 or 112.                          English as a Second Language 172 and 173 ; Mathematics 101 or 112.
Three hours lecture-laboratory per week.Thirty-six hours lecture-laboratory per             Two hours lecture-laboratory per week.Twenty four hours lecture-laboratory
quarter.                                                                                    per quarter.
Repair, maintenance and troubleshooting of automotive active/antilock brake                 Diagnostic techniques for problem solving in the automotive and light duty truck
systems.                                                                                    power train.

AUTO 92A            Automotive Steering and Suspension                         5 Units      AUTO 93F            Automotive Transmission Service                          5 Units
Prerequisite: Approved Automotive Technology Course Sequence Contract.                      Prerequisite: Approved Automotive Technology Course Sequence Contract.
Advisory: English Writing 100B and Reading 100 (or Language Arts 100), or                   Advisory: English Writing 100B and Reading 100 (or Language Arts 100), or
English as a Second Language 172 and 173 ; Mathematics 101 or 112.                          English as a Second Language 172 and 173 ; Mathematics 101 or 112.
Ten hours lecture-laboratory per week.One hundred twenty hours lecture-                     Ten hours lecture-laboratory per week.One hundred twenty hours lecture-
laboratory per quarter.                                                                     laboratory per quarter.
Repair, maintenance and troubleshooting of suspension and steering systems.                 Operation of rear axles, transfer cases, clutches, automatic and standard transmissions
                                                                                            and transaxles. Diagnostic, inspection and repair procedures for these power train
AUTO 92B            Automotive Alignment                                       5 Units      components.
Prerequisite: Automotive Technology 92A. Approved Automotive Technology
Course Sequence Contract.
                                                                                            AUTO 94A            Principles of Four Stroke
Advisory: English Writing 100B and Reading 100 (or Language Arts 100), or
                                                                                                                Cycle Gas and Diesel Engines                             5 Units
                                                                                            Prerequisite: Automotive Technology 50B; approved Automotive Technology
English as a Second Language 172 and 173 ; Mathematics 101 or 112.
                                                                                            Course Sequence Contract.
Ten hours lecture-laboratory per week.One hundred twenty hours lecture-
                                                                                            Advisory: English Writing 100B and Reading 100 (or Language Arts 100), or
laboratory per quarter.
Automotive alignment systems, including repair, maintenance and troubleshooting.            English as a Second Language 172 and 173 ; Mathematics 101 or 112.
Service and repair procedures.                                                              Ten hours lecture-laboratory per week.One hundred twenty hours lecture-
                                                                                            laboratory per quarter.
AUTO 92C            Automotive Electronic Chassis Controls 1 1/2 Units                      Shop operations specific to engine repair and rebuilding including safety and
Prerequisite: Automotive Technology 92A.                                                    hazardous waste management. Emphasis on theory, diagnosis, disassembly, cleaning,
Advisory: English Writing 100B and Reading 100 (or Language Arts 100), or                   inspection and failure analysis.
English as a Second Language 172 and 173 ; Mathematics 101 or 112.
                                                                                            AUTO 94B            Automotive Machining and Engine Service 5 Units
Three hours lecture-laboratory per week.Thirty six hours lecture-laboratory per
                                                                                            Prerequisite: Automotive Technology 94A; approved Automotive Technology
quarter.
                                                                                            Course Sequence Contract.
Computer controlled automotive suspension and steering systems, including repair,
maintenance, troubleshooting, and service procedures.                                       Advisory: English Writing 100B and Reading 100 (or Language Arts 100), or
                                                                                            English as a Second Language 172 and 173 ; Mathematics 101 or 112.
AUTO 92D            Uni-Body Alignment                                    1 1/2 Units       Ten hours lecture-laboratory per week.One hundred twenty hours lecture-
Prerequisite: Automotive Technology 92B.                                                    laboratory per quarter.
Advisory: English Writing 100B and Reading 100 (or Language Arts 100), or                   Reconditioning cylinder heads and related valve train components including crack
English as a Second Language 172 and 173 ; Mathematics 101 or 112.                          detection, repair, testing and assembly. Resurfacing cylinder heads.
Three hours lecture-laboratory per week.Thirty six hours lecture-laboratory per
quarter.
Gauging, analyzing, repairing and alignment of uni-body systems.




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A   AUTO 94C           Automotive Machining and Engine Service 5 Units
    Prerequisite: Automotive Technology 94B; approved Automotive Technology
    Course Sequence Contract.
                                                                                            AUTO 99C            Introduction to Engine
                                                                                                                Performance Systems
                                                                                            Prerequisite: Automotive Technology 99B; approved Automotive Technology
                                                                                                                                                                    6 1/4 Units

    Advisory: English Writing 100B and Reading 100 (or Language Arts 100), or               Course Sequence Contract.
    English as a Second Language 172 and 173 ; Mathematics 101 or 112.                      Advisory: English Writing 100B and Reading 100 (or Language Arts 100), or
    Ten hours lecture-laboratory per week.One hundred twenty hours lecture-                 English as a Second Language 172 and 173 ; Mathematics 101 or 112.
    laboratory per quarter.                                                                 Twelve and one-half hours lecture-laboratory per week.One hundred fifty hours
    Reconditioning engine short block assemblies and components including balancing,        lecture-laboratory per quarter.
    assembly and testing.                                                                   (May be taken three times for credit.)
                                                                                            Electronically controlled automotive systems. Fundamentals of automotive
    AUTO 94D           Automotive Machining and Engine Service 5 Units                      microprocessors and automotive onboard computers. Testing techniques for system
    Prerequisite: Automotive Technology 94C; approved Automotive Technology                 input and output devices. Diagnosis, troubleshooting, and repairing the automotive
    Course Sequence Contract.                                                               fuel supply system including carburetion and feedback carburetion. Diagnosis,
    Advisory: English Writing 100B and Reading 100 (or Language Arts 100), or               troubleshooting, and repair techniques for no-start conditions. Procedure development
    English as a Second Language 172 and 173 ; Mathematics 101 or 112.                      for analyzing and repairing common problems of fuel, ignition, electrical and basic
    Ten hours lecture-laboratory per week.One hundred twenty hours lecture-                 engine mechanical systems which effect engine performance of the automobile.
    laboratory per quarter.
    Precision and performance engine preparation with emphasis on improvements in           AUTO 99D            Intermediate Engine
    volumetric efficiency. Includes selection and matching of components for maximum                             Performance Systems                                 6 1/4 Units
    efficiency within mandated emissions requirements.                                       Prerequisite: Automotive Technology 99C; approve Automotive Technology
                                                                                            Course Sequence Contract.
    AUTO 94E           Automotive Machining and Engine Service 5 Units                      Advisory: English Writing 100B and Reading 100 (or Language Arts 100), or
    (Formerly Automotive Technology 94EA.)                                                  English as a Second Language 172 and 173 ; Mathematics 101 or 112.
    Prerequisite: Automotive Technology 94D.                                                Twelve and one-half hours lecture-laboratory per week.One hundred fifty hours
    Advisory: English Writing 100B and Reading 100 (or Language Arts 100), or               lecture-laboratory per quarter.
    English as a Second Language 172 and 173 ; Mathematics 101 or 112.                      (May be taken three times for credit.)
    Ten hours lecture-laboratory per week.One hundred twenty hours lecture-                 Electronically controlled engine performance systems. Diagnosing, troubleshooting,
    laboratory per quarter.                                                                 and repairing the automotive fuel-injection systems of domestic automobiles. Testing
    (May be taken three times for credit.)                                                  techniques for system input and output devices using automotive scanners and
    Complete automotive machine shop practice including engine repair, assembly,            oscilloscopes.
    testing, and installation. Researching service and installation procedures and parts
    and labor estimating.                                                                   AUTO 99E            Basic Engine Performance
                                                                                                                Diagnostic Procedures                               6 1/4 Units
    AUTO 94F           Automotive Machining and Engine Service 5 Units                      Prerequisite: Automotive Technology 99D; approved Automotive Technology
    (Formerly Automotive Technology 94EB.)                                                  Course Sequence Contract.
    Prerequisite: Automotive Technology 94E.                                                Advisory: English Writing 100B and Reading 100 (or Language Arts 100), or
    Advisory: English Writing 100B and Reading 100 (or Language Arts 100), or               English as a Second Language 172 and 173 ; Mathematics 101 or 112.
    English as a Second Language 172 and 173 ; Mathematics 101 or 112.                      Twelve and one-half hours lecture-laboratory per week.One hundred fifty hours
    Ten hours lecture-laboratory per week.One hundred twenty hours lecture-                 lecture-laboratory per quarter.
    laboratory per quarter.                                                                 (May be taken three times for credit.)
    (May be taken three times for credit.)                                                  Automotive technician training program to include each system which aids in
    Practice and skill development with emphasis on precision and productivity in           increasing fuel economy and in the reduction of emissions and pollutants from the
    rebuilding, servicing, and installing engines. Research and prepare equipment           automobile. Diagnosing and troubleshooting the systems controlling automotive
    operation and maintenance instructions.                                                 performance and drivability.

    AUTO 99A           Automotive Electricity, Battery,                                     AUTO 99F            Intermediate Engine Performance
                       and Cranking Systems                                6 1/4 Units                          Diagnostic Procedures                               6 1/4 Units
    Prerequisite: Automotive Technology 50B; approved Automotive Technology                 Prerequisite: Automotive Technology 99E; approved Automotive Technology
    Course Sequence Contract.                                                               Course Sequence Contract.
    Advisory: English Writing 100B and Reading 100 (or Language Arts 100), or               Advisory: English Writing 100B and Reading 100 (or Language Arts 100), or
    English as a Second Language 172 and 173 ; Mathematics 101 or 112.                      English as a Second Language 172 and 173 ; Mathematics 101 or 112.
    Twelve and one-half hours lecture-laboratory per week.One hundred fifty hours            Twelve and one-half hours lecture-laboratory per week.One hundred fifty hours
    lecture-laboratory per quarter.                                                         lecture-laboratory per quarter.
    (May be taken three times for credit.)                                                  (May be taken three times for credit.)
    Automotive electricity including the electron theory, fundamentals of circuit           Performance tuning of automotive gasoline engines. Emphasis on reference material
    construction and interpretation, principles of magnetism as applied to electric         dealing with repair procedures, specifications, and efficient tune-up procedures.
    motors, relays and coils. Diagnosis, troubleshooting and servicing of automotive        Intermediate level for usage of computer scanners and oscilloscopes. Diagnosing,
    battery and cranking systems including system repair procedures. Developing skills      troubleshooting, and repairing the systems designed for the control of engine
    in the use of test equipment including the DVOM and electrical load testing tools for   temperature.
    the analysis and diagnosis of these types of electrical systems.

    AUTO 99B           Automotive Charging, Ignition,
                       and Accessory Systems                               6 1/4 Units
                                                                                            Biology
    Prerequisite: Automotive Technology 99A; approved Automotive Technology                 BIOL 5              Biology of Birds                                         5 Units
    Course Sequence Contract.                                                               (Formerly Biology 57.)
    Advisory: English Writing 100B and Reading 100 (or Language Arts 100), or               (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets)
    English as a Second Language 172 and 173 ; Mathematics 101 or 112.                      Advisory: English Writing 100B and Reading 100 (or Language Arts 100), or
    Twelve and one-half hours lecture-laboratory per week.One hundred fifty hours            English as a Second Language 172 and 173.
    lecture-laboratory per quarter.                                                         Four hours lecture, three hours laboratory (including Saturday field trips).
    (May be taken three times for credit.)                                                  A general introduction to the biology of birds, including anatomy, physiology, ecology,
    The fundamentals of automotive electronic devices as they apply to the automotive       evolution, behavior, diversity, identification, conservation, and relationships between
    charging and ignition systems. Emphasis on diagnosis of these systems using test        birds and people around the world.
    instruments including the oscilloscope. Introduction to automotive accessory systems
    including wiring and repair techniques. Skill development in the understanding of       BIOL 6A             Form and Function in the Biological World                6 Units
    the electrical wiring diagram networks as provided by manufacturers.                    (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.)
                                                                                            Prerequisite: Satisfactory score on the Chemistry Placement Exam, or grade of
                                                                                            C or better in either Chemistry 1A or 50.
                                                                                            Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5.
                                                                                            Four hours lecture, six hours laboratory.
                                                                                            Introduction to biology and the scientific method for students beginning the biology
                                                                                            majors’ series. Study of the structure and physiological processes of living organisms,
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BIOL 6B             Cell and Molecular Biology
Prerequisite: Biology 6A.
Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5;
                                                                             6 Units      BIOL 40A            Human Anatomy and Physiology
                                                                                          (Formerly Biology 47A.)
                                                                                          Prerequisite: Satisfactory score on the Chemistry Placement Test or
                                                                                                                                                                         5 Units
                                                                                                                                                                                   B
Mathematics 105 or 114.                                                                   Chemistry 50 or Chemistry 1A with a grade of C or better.
Four hours lecture, six hours laboratory.                                                 Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5.
Introduction to cellular structure and function, biological molecules, bioenergetics,     Four hours lecture, three hours laboratory, one additional hour to be arranged.
and molecular genetics, and cell proliferation. The laboratory includes extensive         An introduction to the disciplines of anatomy and physiology. Basic principles
hands-on experimentation in molecular biology.                                            of human anatomy and physiology as exemplified in the study of cell chemistry,
                                                                                          cell biology, histology and the integumentary, skeletal and muscular systems with
BIOL 6C             Evolution and Ecology                                    6 Units      emphasis on homeostatic mechanisms.
Prerequisite: Biology 6B.
Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5;                           BIOL 40B            Human Anatomy and Physiology                               5 Units
Mathematics 105 or 114.                                                                   (Formerly Biology 47B.)
Four hours lecture, six hours laboratory.                                                 Prerequisite: Biology 40A with a grade of C or better.
Principles of evolution and ecology. Includes evolution within populations, the origin    Four hours lecture, three hours laboratory, one additional hour to be arranged.
of species and higher taxa, and ecology at the levels of populations, communities,        Study of the nervous, circulatory, and respiratory systems.
and ecosystems. The laboratory portion of the course includes hands-on research
and a detailed look at how biology is done.                                               BIOL 40C            Human Anatomy and Physiology                               5 Units
                                                                                          (Formerly Biology 47C.)
BIOL 8              Biology of Women                                         4 Units      Prerequisite: Biology 40A and 40B with a grade of C or better.
(Formerly Biology 50.)                                                                    Four hours lecture, three hours laboratory, one additional hour to be arranged.
(See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.)                      Study of the endocrine system, lymphatic system, digestive system, metabolism,
Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5.                           urinary and reproductive systems, embryological development and classical
Four hours lecture.                                                                       Mendelian and modern biochemical genetics including genetic engineering.
This course is designed for non-science majors to explore women’s anatomical and
physiological characteristics and their management for good health. The emphasis          BIOL 45             Introduction to Human Nutrition                            4 Units
is on the biological processes and principles organizing a “typical” female life          (Formerly Nutrition 58.)
progression, with a secondary focus on the structural and functional dimorphism           Prerequisite: Biology 40C.
of human body systems. It also aims at recognizing components of the scientific            Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5.
process distorted in the historical view of women and the impact that societal and        Four hours lecture, one additional hour to be arranged.
cultural biases have on behavior and on female health issues.                             Biological function and chemical classification of nutrients. Effects of nutritional
                                                                                          deficiencies and excesses. Recommended nutrient intakes and the role of diet in
BIOL 10             Introductory Biology                                     5 Units      the development of chronic disease.
(Not open to students who have completed Biology 6A, 6B, or 6C or
equivalent.)                                                                              BIOL 54G            Applied Human Anatomy and
(See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.)                                          Physiology (Levels of Organization)                   1 1/2 Units
Advisory: English Writing 100B and Reading 100 (or Language Arts 100), or                 (Formerly Biology 27G.)
English as a Second Language 172 and 173.                                                 (Not open to students with credit in Biology 40A, 40B, and 40C; or equivalent.)
Four hours lecture, three hours laboratory, one additional hour to be arranged.           Prerequisite: Biology 10, 11, 13, or 15.
Basic unifying principles of biology with selected application to genetic engineering,    Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 201 (or Language Arts 200), or
ecological crisis, pollution, birth control, overpopulation and health.                   English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263.
                                                                                          One hour lecture, one and one-half hours laboratory, one additional hour to be
BIOL 11             Human Biology                                            5 Units      arranged.
(Not open to students who have completed Biology 6A, 6B, or 6C, or                        Survey of human anatomy and physiology with emphasis on homeostatic limits
equivalent.)                                                                              of the human body. Topics to be discussed include basic introduction and body
(See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.)                      organization, chemical basis of life, the cell and its metabolism, tissues, and the skin.
Advisory: English Writing 100B and Reading 100 (or Language Arts 100), or                 (Especially designed for students planning careers in medical assisting, Licensed
English as a Second Language 172 and 173.                                                 Vocational Nursing, education, speech, home economics, psychology, physical
Four hours lecture, three hours laboratory.                                               education and/or recreation.)
A general introduction to biology and its principles, emphasizing the biology of
the human being. The course will cover the basic unifying principles of biology,          BIOL 54H            Applied Human Anatomy and Physiology
with emphasis on the basic anatomy and functioning of the human body, as well                                 (Support, Movement, and Integration) 1 1/2 Units
as contemporary health issues and the impacts on cultural, ethnic and gender              (Formerly Biology 27H.)
groups.                                                                                   (Not open to students with credit in Biology 40A, 40B, and 40C; or equivalent.)
                                                                                          Prerequisite: Biology 10, 11, 13, or 15.
BIOL 13             Marine Biology                                           5 Units      Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 201 (or Language Arts 200), or
(See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.)                      English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263.
Advisory: English Writing 100B and Reading 100 (or Language Arts 100), or                 One hour lecture, one and one-half hours laboratory, one additional hour to be
English as a Second Language 172 and 173.                                                 arranged.
Four hours lecture, three hours laboratory (two Saturday field trips).                     Survey of human anatomy and physiology with emphasis on homeostatic limits of
Introduction to physical and chemical oceanography, marine animals, marine plants,        the human body. The skeletal, muscular and nervous systems including somatic
and marine ecology with major emphasis on natural history of marine life. Bays,           and special senses. (Especially designed for students planning careers in medical
estuaries and open oceans are described as habitats. Marine biology as a branch           assisting, Licensed Vocational Nursing, education, speech, home economics,
of the biological sciences, employs the scientific method.                                 psychology, physical education and/or recreation.)

BIOL 15             California Ecology                                       5 Units      BIOL 54I            Applied Human Anatomy and Physiology
(See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.)                                          (Coordination and Transport)        1 1/2 Units
Advisory: English Writing 100B and Reading 100 (or Language Arts 100), or                 (Formerly Biology 27I.)
English as a Second Language 172 and 173.                                                 (Not open to students with credit in Biology 40A, 40B, and 40C; or equivalent.)
Four hours lecture, three hours laboratory.                                               Prerequisite: Biology 10, 11, 13, or 15.
An introduction to ecology and field biology as a branch of the biological sciences        Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 201 (or Language Arts 200), or
and its relationship to the scientific method. A review of plants and animal adaptations   English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263.
to their natural environments and the impact of pollution, degradation of habitat,        One hour lecture, one and one-half hours laboratory, one additional hour to be
and human population, on life.                                                            arranged.
                                                                                          Survey of human anatomy and physiology with emphasis on homeostatic limits of
BIOL 26             Introductory Microbiology                                6 Units      the human body. The endocrine, cardiovascular, and lymphatic systems and the
Prerequisite: Biology 40A, 40B and 40C, or equivalent with a grade of C or                blood. (Especially designed for students planning careers in medical assisting,
better.                                                                                   Licensed Vocational Nursing, education, speech, home economics, psychology,
Four hours lecture, six hours laboratory.                                                 physical education and/or recreation.)
Introduction to the sciences and the scientific method as exemplified by the study of
microbiology. Morphology, metabolism, growth and genetics of bacteria and other
microorganisms; chemical and physical means of control; the disease process and
immunity. The importance of microorganisms to mankind; techniques and methods
of microbiology.
(CAN BIOL 14)

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B
BIOL 54J            Applied Human Anatomy and
                    Physiology (Absorption,
                    Excretion, and Reproduction)                        1 1/2 Units
                                                                                          Business
                                                                                          (See also Small Business.)
(Formerly Biology 27J.)
(Not open to students with credit in Biology 40A, 40B, 40C; or equivalent.)               BUS 10              Introduction to Business                                5 Units
Prerequisite: Biology 10, 11, 13, or 15.                                                  (Formerly Business 20.)
Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 201 (or Language Arts 200), or                  Advisory: English Writing 100B and Reading 100 (or Language Arts 100), or
English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263.                                            English as a Second Language 172 and 173.
One hour lecture, one and one-half hours laboratory, one additional hour to be            Five hours lecture.
arranged.                                                                                 Business and its functions in an economic and social system. Emphasis on
Survey of human anatomy and physiology with emphasis on homeostatic limits of             understanding relationships among business, government, and consumer.
the human body. The respiratory, urinary, reproductive, and digestive systems, water
and electrolyte balance, nutrition and pregnancy. (Especially designed for students       BUS 18              Business Law I                                          5 Units
planning careers in medical assisting, Licensed Vocational Nursing, education, speech,    Prerequisite: English Writing 100B and Reading 100 (or Language Arts 100), or
home economics, psychology, physical education and/or recreation.)                        English as a Second Language 172 and 173.
                                                                                          Advisory: Business 10.
BIOL 55             Microbes and Society                                     4 Units      (Also listed as Paralegal 18. Student may enroll in either department, but not
(This is a non-lab course.)                                                               both, for credit.)
(See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.)                      Five hours lecture.
Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 201 (or Language Arts 200), or                  The American legal system and laws applicable to business emphasizing contract and
English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263.                                            sales laws, the impact of the legal system on business, and ethical considerations
Four hours lecture.                                                                       in the business environment.
Introduction to the study of microorganisms: their function, growth, control, survival    (CAN BUS 12)
and their impact on the environment and human health.
                                                                                          BUS 21              Business and Society                                    5 Units
BIOL 77             Special Projects in Biology                               1 Unit      (Formerly Business 51.)
BIOL 77X                                                                     2 Units      (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.)
BIOL 77Y                                                                     3 Units      Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5; Economics 2.
(Formerly Biology 49, 49X and 49Y.)                                                       Five hours lecture.
Prerequisite: Consent of instructor and division dean.                                    An introduction to the study of the interactions between business, government, and
Three hours laboratory for each unit of credit.                                           society. Course will examine many individual cases of conflict between business and
(Any combination of Biology 77, 77X, and 77Y may be taken up to six times,                society, both current and historical, and will guide students to explore the lessons
not to exceed 18 units, as long as the topics/projects are different each time.)          these events hold for all current and future business managers.
Individual research in the biological sciences. Specific projects determined on
consultation with the instructor. Outside reading and written report required.            BUS 54              Business Mathematics                                    5 Units
                                                                                          Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 201 (or Language Arts 200), or
BIOL 99B            Coastal Redwoods                                         4 Units      English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263; Mathematics 200 or 210.
Advisory: English Writing 100B and Reading 100 (or Language Arts 100), or                 Five hours lecture.
English as a Second Language 172 and 173.                                                 Basic mathematical operations and concepts as related to business finance.
Four hours lecture.
Principles of coastal redwood ecology with selected applications to botanical             BUS 55              Introduction to Entrepreneurship                        5 Units
characteristics, biogeography, interrelationships to close relatives and their ecology,   (Formerly Small Business 95A.)
historical patterns in the redwood range, economics and politics of timber harvest,       Advisory: English Writing 100B and Reading 100 (or Language Arts 100), or
recreational and educational usage of the redwood forests. Students will learn            English as a Second Language 172 and 173.
various strategies for teaching forestry concepts to various cultural, ethnic, and        Five hours lecture.
gender groups.                                                                            A practical study of the operations and essential skills required in small and startup
                                                                                          businesses. Emphasis on the opportunities and problems faced by entrepreneurs
BIOL 200            Orientation to the Biological and                                     in meeting competition, purchasing, selling, staffing and financing an independent
                    Health Sciences Division’s                                            business. This course will also focus on developing a comprehensive business plan
                    Learning Centers                                        1/2 Unit      for use in raising capital and beginning operations.
(Formerly Biology 100.)
Credit course - Does not apply to De Anza Associate degree.                               BUS 56              Human Relations in Business                             5 Units
Advisory: Mathematics 200 or 210; English Writing 200 and Reading 201 (or                 Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 201 (or Language Arts 200), or
Language Arts 200), or English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263.                     English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263.
One hour lecture-laboratory.                                                              Five hours lecture.
(May be taken six times for credit.)                                                      Human relations behavior in business organizations emphasizing personal and
Designed as an open-entry, open-exit, self-paced course which will provide students       interpersonal relationships; developing leadership for business success; future
with an overview of the learning resources available to them in the Biological and        trends.
Health Sciences Division. It will also teach students some basic skills such as how
to use a microscope and proper safety procedures in a laboratory class.                   BUS 57              Personnel Management                                    4 Units
                                                                                          (Formerly Business 57A.)
BIOL 500            Biology Laboratory/Field Practice                        0 Units      Advisory: Business 10 or Business 96A; Mathematics 200 or 210; English
Corequisite: Concurrent enrollment at De Anza College.                                    Writing 100B and Reading 100 (or Language Arts 100), or English as a Second
Hours determined by student attendance, up to 20 hours laboratory.                        Language 172 and 173.
(No limit on repeatability for 0 unit classes.)                                           Four hours lecture.
No grade (NG) course.                                                                     Personnel administration: recruitment, selection, placement, development, and
Provides supervised use of laboratory/field facilities, equipment, and learning            maintenance of the work force to meet individual, organizational diversity, and
stations.                                                                                 societal objectives.

                                                                                          BUS 58              The Business Plan                                       3 Units
Biotechnology                                                                             (Formerly Small Business 95F.)
                                                                                          Advisory: Business 55.
(See Foothill College Catalog.)                                                           Three hours lecture.
                                                                                          Effectively organize the resources required to establish a new business and obtain
                                                                                          financing by writing an analysis of the prospective business enterprise.

                                                                                          BUS 60              International Business Management                       5 Units
                                                                                          Advisory: English Writing 100B and Reading 100 (or Language Arts 100), or
                                                                                          English as a Second Language 172 and 173 ; Mathematics 200 or 210.
                                                                                          Five hours lecture.
                                                                                          International Business and its functions in a global economy. Understanding cross-
                                                                                          border trade and investment; distance, time zone and language issues; national
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BUS 61              Introduction to Technical Communications 4 Units
Prerequisite: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5.
(Also listed as English Writing 61 and Technical Writing 61. Student may enroll
                                                                                          BUS 71              E-Marketing
                                                                                          Advisory: Computer Applications and Office Systems 94/Computer Information
                                                                                          Systems 94; English Writing 200 and Reading 201 (or Language Arts 200), or
                                                                                                                                                                         4 Units
                                                                                                                                                                                      B
in only one department for credit.)                                                       English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263.
Four hours lecture.                                                                       Four hours lecture.
Technical writing skills focusing on basic techniques of exposition for the technical     The Internet as a useful tool for effective marketing and implementation of the
field, functional description, process writing, technical vocabulary, correct usage,       marketing plan. Internet marketing strategies and implementation are examined as
and accurate editing.                                                                     a part of a company’s marketing mix.

BUS 62              Survey of Technical Writing                              4 Units      BUS 72              E-Services Marketing                                       4 Units
Prerequisite: Business/English Writing/Technical Writing 61 (may be taken                 Advisory: Computer Applications and Office Systems 94/Computer Information
concurrently).                                                                            Systems 94; English Writing 200 and Reading 201 (or Language Arts 200), or
(Also listed as English Writing 62 and Technical Writing 62. Student may enroll           English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263.
in only one department for credit.)                                                       Four hours lecture, one hour laboratory.
Four hours lecture.                                                                       Interactive services marketing. The role of technology in interactive services marketing;
Technical writing skills focusing on short document formats, production of sections       effective Web sites; the technological interaction that occurs via the Internet.
of various technical documents, and incorporation of graphics within text.
                                                                                          BUS 74              E-Business to Business                                     4 Units
BUS 63              Technical Publications                                   4 Units      Advisory: Computer Applications and Office Systems 94/Computer Information
Prerequisite: Business/English Writing/Technical Writing 61.                              Systems 94; English Writing 200 and Reading 201 (or Language Arts 200), or
(Also listed English Writing 63 and Technical Writing 63. Student may enroll in           English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263.
only one department for credit.)                                                          Four hours lecture, one hour laboratory.
Four hours lecture.                                                                       Fundamentals of architectural models and characteristics of the supplier-oriented,
Technical writing and editing skills applied through individual and group assignments     buyer-oriented and intermediary-oriented market places. Primary focus is on the
with emphasis on planning, scheduling, and producing longer reports, manuals,             characteristics of business to business functions using the Internet as a business
and instructions. Development of organizational skills and individual documentation       tool.
solutions.
                                                                                          BUS 75              E-International Business                                   4 Units
BUS 64              Technical Writing Seminar                                4 Units      Advisory: Computer Applications and Office Systems 94/Computer Information
Prerequisite: Business/English Writing/Technical Writing 62 or 63.                        Systems 94; English Writing 200 and Reading 201 (or Language Arts 200), or
(Also listed as English Writing 64 and Technical Writing 64. Student may enroll           English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263.
in only one department for credit.)                                                       Four hours lecture, one hour laboratory.
Four hours lecture.                                                                       Fundamentals of international business focusing on the following issues: cultural
Technical communication and editing skills applied through the preparation and            diversity, language, legal market access, financial, different currencies, role and
presentation of a complete document according to the standards of the student’s           policy of government, and international agreements.
chosen technical field.
                                                                                          BUS 79              Business Strategy                                          4 Units
BUS 65              Leadership                                               5 Units      Advisory: Computer Applications and Office Systems 94 or Computer
Advisory: English Writing 100B and Reading 100 (or Language Arts 100), or                 Information Systems 94; any E-Business course; English Writing 100B and
English as a Second Language 172 and 173.                                                 Reading 100 (or Language Arts 100), or English as a Second Language 172
Five hours lecture.                                                                       and 173 ; Mathematics 200 or 210.
Developing effectiveness in leadership situations and understanding the complex           Four hours lecture.
challenges of leadership. Adapting leadership techniques to build successful              Strategic planning and management of Internet and traditional businesses. The
relationships in a culturally diverse world.                                              analysis of industry competition. How to develop a strategic plan and how its
                                                                                          implementation can impact a firm’s competitive success. A view of business from
BUS 67              Federal Income Tax                                       4 Units      the perspective of the CEO.
Advisory: Accounting 1A or 60 (may be taken concurrently); English
Writing 100B and Reading 100 (or Language Arts 100), or English as a Second               BUS 80              Effective Organizational Communication                     4 Units
Language 172 and 173 ; Mathematics 101 or 112.                                            (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.)
(Also listed as Accounting 67. Student may enroll in either department, but not           Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5.
both, for credit.)                                                                        (Also listed as Speech 70. Student may enroll in either department, but not
Four hours lecture.                                                                       both, for credit.)
A study of current federal income tax law and the procedures for preparing an             Four hours lecture.
individual’s tax return.                                                                  A study of organizational communication concepts and theories. Impact of networks,
                                                                                          superior/subordinate message patterns, team building, climate, cultural and gender
BUS 68A             Advanced Tax Accounting I                                4 Units      influences, communication technology, ethics, and globalization on organizational
Prerequisite: Accounting 67 or Business 67.                                               effectiveness. Emphasizes development of communication skills useful for working
Advisory: Accounting 1A or 60; English Writing 100B and Reading 100                       productively in a dynamic, collaborative, multicultural work environment.
(or Language Arts 100), or English as a Second Language 172 and 173 ;
Mathematics 101 or 112.                                                                   BUS 82              Business Data Communication                                4 Units
(Also listed as Accounting 68A. Student may enroll in either department, but              Advisory: English Writing 100B and Reading 100 (or Language Arts 100), or
not both, for credit.)                                                                    English as a Second Language 172 and 173.
Four hours lecture.                                                                       Four hours lecture.
A study of current federal income tax law and California income tax law as it relates     Data communication and networking in business.
to individuals and sole proprietorship taxes.
                                                                                          BUS 83              Principles of Retailing                                    4 Units
BUS 69              Investment Fundamentals                                  4 Units      Prerequisite: Business 10
Advisory: English Writing 100B and Reading 100 (or Language Arts 100), or                 Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 201 (or Language Arts 200) or
English as a Second Language 172 and 173 ; Mathematics 200 or 210.                        English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263.
Four hours lecture.                                                                       Four hours lecture.
Introduction to securities investment; securities characteristics and rights; selection   Concepts and practical applications of retail management; planning, organizing
and purchase of stock; analysis of financial statements; investment methods; technical     and control mechanisms.
market and stock analysis; impact on financial planning.
                                                                                          BUS 85              Business Communication                                     3 Units
BUS 70              Principles of E-Business                                 4 Units      Advisory: Computer Applications and Office Systems 84A and 84B; English
Four hours lecture.                                                                       Writing 100B and Reading 100 (or Language Arts 100), or English as a Second
Theory and practice of effectively conducting and managing business over the              Language 172 and 173.
Internet. Insights into e-business models, technology, auctions, and marketing.           Three hours lecture.
Students are expected to complete computer assignments.                                   Application of writing skills to business communications; public relations functions
                                                                                          of business correspondence.




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B
BUS 87              Introduction to Selling
Advisory: English Writing 100B and Reading 100 (or Language Arts 100), or
English as a Second Language 172 and 173; Mathematics 200 or 210.
                                                                              4 Units      BUS 170G
                                                                                           One hour lecture.
                                                                                                               Basic Management and Supervision

                                                                                           Pass-No Pass (P-NP) course.
                                                                                                                                                                           1 Unit


Four hours lecture.                                                                        Major functions of management: planning, organizing, directing, and controlling.
Application of business and behavioral sciences in a selling environment. Building         Analysis of different management styles and motivational techniques; the process of
successful relationships in a culturally diverse world.                                    communication in the work place; giving recognition to the globalization of business
                                                                                           and the impact of today’s complex and culturally diverse workforce and a variety of
BUS 88              Managing Technology Projects                              5 Units      different work environments and situations.
Advisory: English Writing 100B and Reading 100 (or Language Arts 100), or
English as a Second Language 172 and 173.                                                  BUS 170H            Transition to Supervision                                1/2 Unit
(Also listed as Computer Information Systems 79. Student may enroll in either              One-half hour lecture.
department, but not both, for credit.)                                                     Pass-No Pass (P-NP) course.
Four hours lecture, three hours laboratory.                                                Supervisory functions, responsibilities, and challenges. Criteria for promotion and
Introduction to the theory and practice of the design and management of                    success. Traits of the effective supervisor in today’s complex and culturally diverse
technology projects including planning, performing, and monitoring of projects.            workforce and variety of work environments.
Subjects explored are estimating costs and schedules, analyzing client
expectations, guiding diverse groups of people toward a common goal, while                 BUS 170J            Management-Employee Communications 1/2 Unit
earning a profit. Use of common software packages for project management.                   One-half hour lecture.
                                                                                           Pass-No Pass (P-NP) course.
BUS 89              Advertising                                               5 Units      Communication process in the managerial/subordinate relationship. Communication
Advisory: English Writing 100B and Reading 100 (or Language Arts 100), or                  barriers including cultural and other issues related to diversity, and the techniques to
English as a Second Language 172 and 173.                                                  overcome such barriers. Techniques for analyzing effective communication.
Five hours lecture.
Historical, economic, and social aspects of advertising: role of the advertising agency;   BUS 170K            Motivation and Morale                                    1/2 Unit
media alternatives and the development of creative advertising copy; development           One-half hour lecture.
of advertising budgets; analysis of successful advertising campaigns.                      Pass-No Pass (P-NP) course.
                                                                                           Leadership styles and their effect on morale in today’s complex and culturally diverse
BUS 90              Principles of Marketing                                   5 Units      work environments. Basic motivational theories and their practical application. The
(Formerly Business 90A.)                                                                   role of the supervisor.
Advisory: English Writing 100B and Reading 100 (or Language Arts 100), or
English as a Second Language 172 and 173 ; Mathematics 200 or 210.                         BUS 170L            Planning for Supervisors                                 1/2 Unit
Five hours lecture.                                                                        One-half hour lecture.
Fundamentals of marketing: product planning and development; pricing strategies;           Pass-No Pass (P-NP) course.
marketing channels.                                                                        The planning process. The purpose, need, and characteristics of good planning in
                                                                                           today’s complex and culturally diverse work environments.
BUS 93              Consumer Behavior                                         3 Units
Advisory: Business 90.                                                                     BUS 170M            Productive Interviews                                    1/2 Unit
Three hours lecture.                                                                       One-half hour lecture.
Examination of the central economic and social roles consumers play in developed           Pass-No Pass (P-NP) course.
market economies. From a marketing perspective, the course analyzes: 1) how                The interview process: job descriptions, cover letters, and resumes; screening
consumers judge and choose from the variety of products and services offered in            and testing procedures; labor laws and the hiring process in today’s complex and
competitive markets, 2) the factors that influence shopping and buying, and 3) how          culturally diverse work environments.
people use, enjoy (or not) and dispose of their purchases.
                                                                                           BUS 170N            Performance Appraisal                                    1/2 Unit
BUS 95              Project Manager - Your Role                               2 Units      One-half hour lecture.
Advisory: English Writing 100B and Reading 100 (or Language Arts 100), or                  Pass-No Pass (P-NP) course.
English as a Second Language 172 and 173.                                                  Performance appraisals: promotion and pay considerations; common evaluation
Two hours lecture.                                                                         techniques; overcoming major appraisal problems in today’s complex and culturally
Focus on your role as a Project Manager; selecting a project; selecting a team;            diverse work environments.
documentation and tracking of a project.
                                                                                           BUS 170P            Developing a Leadership Style                            1/2 Unit
BUS 95A             Project Management - A Practicum                          5 Units      One-half hour lecture.
Prerequisite: Business 10 or equivalent experience.                                        Pass-No Pass (P-NP) course.
Advisory: English Writing 100B and Reading 100 (or Language Arts 100), or                  Discovering and developing a leadership style: different leadership styles and traits;
English as a Second Language 172 and 173.                                                  basis of leadership power. A profile of the successful manager in today’s complex
Five hours lecture.                                                                        and culturally diverse work environments.
Focus on your role as a Project Manager; selecting a project; selecting a team;
documentation and tracking of a project using Project Manager Book of Knowledge
                                                                                           BUS 170Q            Basic Time Management                                    1/2 Unit
(PMBOK) Theory.                                                                            One-half hour lecture.
                                                                                           Pass-No Pass (P-NP) course.
BUS 96A             Principles of Management                                  5 Units      Time management in the business environment. Techniques for efficient use:
Advisory: English Writing 100B and Reading 100 (or Language Arts 100), or                  importance of determining values; methods of establishing priorities; the use of
English as a Second Language 172 and 173.                                                  time logs; basic time wasters; effective meeting techniques in today’s complex and
                                                                                           culturally diverse work environments.
Five hours lecture.
Roles, functions, and responsibilities of management; the external environments
                                                                                           BUS 170R            Legal Concerns for New Supervisors                       1/2 Unit
and their impact on management.
                                                                                           One-half hour lecture.
BUS 97              Topics in Business                                       1/2 Unit      Pass-No Pass (P-NP) course.
                                                                                           Government regulations: equal employment opportunity laws; workforce diversity
BUS 97W                                                                        1 Unit
                                                                                           and discrimination; and contractual law. Reactions to EEO and business’ role in
BUS 97X                                                                       2 Units      fighting discrimination. Relationships of the Federal Trade Commission and Unions
BUS 97Y                                                                       3 Units      to business.
BUS 97Z                                                                       4 Units
Credit course - Does not apply to De Anza Associate degree.                                BUS 170S            Basic Problem Solving
Prerequisite: Background or experience in business appropriate to topic, or                                    and Decision Making                                      1/2 Unit
consent of instructor.                                                                     One-half hour lecture.
(Also listed as Small Business 97-97Z. Student may enroll in either department,            Pass-No Pass (P-NP) course.
but not both, for credit.)                                                                 Problem solving and decision making. Analysis of problem definition. Techniques
One hour lecture for each unit of credit.                                                  and styles of problem solving and decision making applied to varied situations in
(Any combination of Business/Small Business 97-97Z may be take up to six                   today’s complex and culturally diverse work environments.
times, not to exceed 18 units, as long as the topics/projects are different each
time.)
A planned program of exposure to actual business practices designed to broaden
students’ perspective. Concepts and theories as applied to the specific topic.


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BUS 171G            Employee Training and Development
One-half hour lecture.
Pass-No Pass (P-NP) course.
                                                                              1/2 Unit      BUS 175I             Successful Product Strategy
                                                                                            One-half hour lecture.
                                                                                            Pass-No Pass (P-NP) course.
                                                                                                                                                                           1/2 Unit
                                                                                                                                                                                       B
The vital nature and benefits of employee training. Impact of inadequate training on         Emphasizes the importance of properly defining your product (or service) and
organizational performance. Assessing training needs and methodology to use.                examining it relative to the needs of the target market. The product life cycle is studied
                                                                                            and real-life case examples are used as illustrations of this important concept. Other
BUS 171H            Management Control                                        1/2 Unit      major areas covered are the consumer adoption process, branding, new product
One-half hour lecture.                                                                      planning and the packaging of the product.
Pass-No Pass (P-NP) course.
The control function of management: interrelationship with the other managerial             BUS 175J             Pricing for Profit                                         1/2 Unit
functions. Types of control: key design aspects; impact on organizational effectiveness     One-half hour lecture.
and efficiency.                                                                              Pass-No Pass (P-NP) course.
                                                                                            Examines the vital nature of the pricing variable on the ultimate profitability of the
BUS 171J            Financial Management and Budgeting                        1/2 Unit      enterprise. The actual pricing methodology is analyzed and case examples are used
One-half hour lecture.                                                                      to understand this part of the marketing mix. Pricing decisions may be influenced
Pass-No Pass (P-NP) course.                                                                 by the socioeconomic nature of the culture of potential customers.
Role of financial management: impact on the enterprise; financial management
process; general accounting principles, financial statements, budgets and working            BUS 175K             The Dynamics of Distribution                              1/2 Unit
capital/cash flow analysis.                                                                  One-half hour lecture.
                                                                                            Pass-No Pass (P-NP) course.
BUS 171K            Performance Management                                    1/2 Unit      The vital nature and importance of this marketing function in thoroughly examined in
One-half hour lecture.                                                                      this course. Special consideration is given to why distribution (or “place” strategy) is
Pass-No Pass (P-NP) course.                                                                 extremely important in today’s culturally diverse marketing environment. The elements
An introduction to performance management and successful organizational                     of distribution are covered in detail through practical exercises and case studies.
implementation.
                                                                                            BUS 175L             Successful Product Promotion                              1/2 Unit
BUS 171L            Employee Compensation                                     1/2 Unit      One-half hour lecture.
One-half hour lecture.                                                                      Pass-No Pass (P-NP) course.
Pass-No Pass (P-NP) course.                                                                 The promotion component of the marketing function is examined in the context of
The nature and benefits of effective employee compensation: major factors in sound           the communications process. The promotion variable (advertising, personal selling,
pay policies and a successful compensation program.                                         sales promotion) is analyzed with a practical approach using case studies and real-
                                                                                            life examples. The promotion variables are discussed in light of cultural diversity in
BUS 171M            Improving Business Meetings                               1/2 Unit      the work/consumer environment.
One-half hour lecture.
Pass-No Pass (P-NP) course.                                                                 BUS 175M             Buyer Behavior                                            1/2 Unit
Strategies for planning and conducting effective business meetings.                         One-half hour lecture.
                                                                                            Pass-No Pass (P-NP) course.
BUS 171N            Employee Retention                                        1/2 Unit      Analysis of the basic variables in the buying process and how they interact and
One-half hour lecture.                                                                      impact on the final buying decision of products and services in a culturally diverse
Pass-No Pass (P-NP) course.                                                                 marketplace.
Methods and procedures needed to maximize employee retention.
                                                                                            BUS 175N             Marketing of Services                                     1/2 Unit
BUS 171P            Management (Success                                                     One-half hour lecture.
                    With Effective Writing)                                   1/2 Unit      Pass-No Pass (P-NP) course.
One-half hour lecture.                                                                      The marketing of services and the special characteristics of this marketing area that
Pass-No Pass (P-NP) course.                                                                 need to be understood. Emphasis is on implementing specific strategies in order
Basic principles of effective writing at the managerial level.                              to be successful in marketing intangibles across a broad and culturally diverse
                                                                                            business clientele.
BUS 171Q            Professional Development                                  1/2 Unit
One-half hour lecture.                                                                      BUS 175O             Industrial and High Tech Marketing                        1/2 Unit
Pass-No Pass (P-NP) course.                                                                 One-half hour lecture.
Planning and developing a positive career path: goal setting, self analysis of abilities/   Pass-No Pass (P-NP) course.
interests and strategies for attaining job objectives.                                      An introduction to industrial marketing with special attention given to the high
                                                                                            technology marketing environment. Emphasis is on the differences of the marketing
BUS 171R            Practicing Management Skills                                 1 Unit     approach in this sector versus those products destined for consumer/personal use
Prerequisite: Completion of Supervisory Management Certificate Series.                       areas. A review of our culturally diverse workforce and its relationship to industrial
One hour lecture.                                                                           marketing.
Pass-No Pass (P-NP) course.
Management capstone course: application of principles from prerequisite courses.            BUS 175P             International Marketing                                   1/2 Unit
Analytical problem solving: successful solutions and management/organizational              One-half hour lecture.
strategies.                                                                                 Pass-No Pass (P-NP) course.
                                                                                            A study of the importance and scope of international marketing in today’s world
BUS 171T            Basic Total Quality Management                            1/2 Unit      business environment. Levels of trade involvement will be analyzed along with the
One-half hour lecture.                                                                      appropriate marketing mix strategies. Emphasis will be placed on the importance
Pass-No Pass (P-NP) course.                                                                 of recognition of cultural differences among countries.
Overview of Total Quality Management, the need for TQM, teamwork and quality,
problem analysis, and applications of TQM principles.                                       BUS 175Q             Marketing Management Control                              1/2 Unit
                                                                                            One-half hour lecture.
BUS 175G            The Dynamics of Today’s                                                 Pass-No Pass (P-NP) course.
                    Marketing (an Overview)                                   1/2 Unit      A study of marketing management control and why it is important. Methodology
One-half hour lecture.                                                                      to implement control activities will be analyzed in order to help assure the success
Pass-No Pass (P-NP) course.                                                                 of the marketing effort. The control activities will be related to today’s culturally
Defines marketing and its importance to the organization. The emphasis on current            diverse work environments.
changes in the marketplace including a culturally diverse population, and the dynamics
of the external environments and the decision-making process. Real-life marketing           BUS 175R             Applying Effective Marketing Strategies                   1/2 Unit
problems are analyzed and the major course thrust is on a practical approach to             One-half hour lecture.
marketing decision making.                                                                  Pass-No Pass (P-NP) course.
                                                                                            Applying Effective Marketing Strategies is the capstone and concluding course in
BUS 175H            Effective Marketing Planning                              1/2 Unit      the Marketing Seminar Series II. It builds on the base of knowledge gained from
One half hour lecture.                                                                      earlier foundation marketing courses. Practical exercises are used to demonstrate
Pass-No Pass (P-NP) course.                                                                 effective marketing strategies in a culturally diverse business world.
Examines the importance of market planning for success. The steps in the planning
process are examined and tools/techniques are studied to help enable the marketer to
achieve the organization’s objectives in today’s culturally diverse work environments.
The role of planning will be emphasized and real-life case examples are analyzed.

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B
BUS 500             Business Computer Laboratory
Credit course - Does not apply to De Anza Associate degree.
Corequisite: Business 500 students must also enroll in a Business class.
                                                                              0 Units      CDI 62             Advanced SolidWorks
                                                                                           (Formerly CAD and Digital Imaging 55C.)
                                                                                           Prerequisite: CAD and Digital Imaging 61 or equivalent.
                                                                                                                                                                   4 Units


Hours determined by student attendance and parent class assignments.                       Eight hours lecture-laboratory.
(No limit on repeatability for 0 unit classes.)                                            (Any combination of CAD and Digital Imaging 60, 61, and 62 may be taken up
No grade (NG) course.                                                                      to six times, not to exceed 18 units for the family of courses.)
Provides students an opportunity for individualized learning as an expansion of regular    Advanced CAD modeling techniques using SolidWorks. Emphasis is on surface
classes in the Business and Computer Information Systems Division. Students may            modeling and “top-down” design.
use computer laboratories to complete class assignments, participate in business
simulations, write course notes and papers, conduct research via the Internet,             CDI 70             Beginning Computer-Aided Design                      4 Units
produce work-and-graphics-based publications, perform math calculations and work           (Formerly CAD and Digital Imaging 52A.)
collaboratively in small groups. Students must have computer skills and familiarity        Prerequisite: CAD and Digital Imaging 50.
with Internet resources. Faculty, instructional associates provide guidance to students.   Eight hours lecture-laboratory.
Students may use computer-assisted instruction and multimedia materials.                   (May be taken twice for credit.)
                                                                                           Fundamentals of computer-aided design and drafting using Pro/ENGINEER software.

CAD and Digital Imaging                                                                    Application of operating system, software, hardware, and peripherals in creating
                                                                                           manufacturing models.

CDI 40              Architectural Drawing (with AutoCAD)                      4 Units      CDI 71             Intermediate Computer-Aided Design
(Formerly Manufacturing and Design Technology 40.)                                                            with Pro/ENGINEER                                    4 Units
Prerequisite: CAD and Digital Imaging 50 or equivalent; CAD and Digital                    (Formerly CAD and Digital Imaging 52B.)
Imaging 52.                                                                                Prerequisite: CAD and Digital Imaging 70.
Eight hours lecture-laboratory.                                                            Eight hours lecture-laboratory.
Principles and applications of architectural drawing. Emphasis will be on residential      (May be taken twice for credit.)
design and construction. Drawings to be completed using AutoCAD.                           Introduction to assemblies, drawings, and product design using advanced CAD
                                                                                           hardware and Pro/ENGINEER software.
CDI 50              Technical Drawing                                         4 Units
(Formerly Manufacturing and Design Technology 51A.)                                        CDI 72             Advanced Computer Aided-Design
Eight hours lecture-laboratory.                                                                               Using Pro/ENGINEER                                   4 Units
Principles of graphic expression which include use of instruments, lettering, geometric    (Formerly CAD and Digital Imaging 52C.)
construction, orthographic projection, sections, auxiliary views, technical sketching,     Prerequisite: CAD and Digital Imaging 71 and 73.
isometric and oblique drawings and dimensioning for mechanical drawing.                    Eight hours lecture-laboratory.
                                                                                           (May be taken twice for credit.)
CDI 51              Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing                    2 Units      Advanced CAD solid, surface modeling, fixture design, assemblies, and geometric
(Formerly CAD and Digital Imaging 51C.)                                                    tolerancing using Pro/ENGINEER software.
Four hours lecture-laboratory.
Geometric dimensioning and tolerancing, utilizing ANSI Y 14.5M Standards as they           CDI 73             Developments and Sheet Metal Design
apply to engineering and manufacturing drawings and machining.                                                (Using Pro/SHEET METAL, Pro/ENGINEER) 4 Units
                                                                                           (Formerly CAD and Digital Imaging 51B.)
CDI 52A             AutoCAD 2004 (Beginning)                                  4 Units      Prerequisite: CAD and Digital Imaging 70.
Eight hours lecture-laboratory.                                                            Eight hours lecture-laboratory.
Principles and applications of computer-aided design and drafting using AutoCAD            (May be taken twice for credit.)
software. Emphasis on 2-D drawings and dimensioning.                                       Principles of developments and sheet metal design. Pro/SHEET METAL is an optional
                                                                                           module for Pro/ENGINEER that facilitates the design of a sheet metal part.
CDI 53A             AutoCAD 2004 (Intermediate)                               4 Units
(Formerly CAD and Digital Imaging 53.)                                                     CDI 74             Surface Design with Pro/ENGINEER                     4 Units
Prerequisite: CAD and Digital Imaging 52A-L.                                               (Formerly CAD and Digital Imaging 52D.)
Eight hours lecture-laboratory.                                                            Prerequisite: CAD and Digital Imaging 72.
Intermediate mechanical design using AutoCAD software. Emphasis is on the                  Eight hours lecture-laboratory.
CAD design process and drawing production. Drawings will be produced in 2-D                (May be taken twice for credit.)
and 3-D.                                                                                   Surface design using Pro/ENGINEER software. Application of surfaces in creating
                                                                                           manufacturing models.
CDI 54A             AutoDesk Inventor (Version 7)                             4 Units
Eight hours lecture-laboratory.                                                            CDI 75             Mold Design with Pro/ENGINEER                        4 Units
Fundamentals of computer-aided design and drafting using AutoDesk Inventor                 (Formerly CAD and Digital Imaging 52E.)
software. Application of Inventor in creating manufacturing models.                        Prerequisite: CAD and Digital Imaging 72.
                                                                                           Eight hours lecture-laboratory.
CDI 57A             Simultaneous Product Development (2004) 4 Units
                                                                                           (May be taken twice for credit.)
Eight hours lecture-laboratory.
                                                                                           PRO/MOLD design using Pro/ENGINEER software. Application of PRO/MOLD in
Product design using 3D CAD software. Application of simultaneous product
                                                                                           creating manufacturing models.
development and design.
                                                                                           CDI 76             Pro/Cable with Pro/ENGINEER                          4 Units
CDI 60              Introduction to SolidWorks                                4 Units
                                                                                           (Formerly CAD and Digital Imaging 52F.)
(Formerly CAD and Digital Imaging 55A.)
                                                                                           Prerequisite: CAD and Digital Imaging 71.
Prerequisite: CAD and Digital Imaging 50 or equivalent.
                                                                                           Eight hours lecture-laboratory.
Advisory: English Writing 100B and Reading 100 (or Language Arts 100), or
                                                                                           Pro/CABLE Design using Pro/ENGINEER software. Application of Pro/CABLE in
English as a Second Language 172 and 173 ; Mathematics 200 or 210.                         creating manufacturing models.
Eight hours lecture-laboratory.
(Any combination of CAD and Digital Imaging 60, 61, and 62 may be taken up                 CDI 77A            Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire 2.0
to six times, not to exceed 18 units for the family of courses.)                                              (Pro/MECHANICA)                                      4 Units
Fundamentals of computer-aided design and drafting using SolidWorks software.              Prerequisite: CAD and Digital Imaging 71.
Application of SolidWorks in creating manufacturing models.                                Eight hours lecture-laboratory.
                                                                                           Application of Pro/MECHANICA to validate and optimize 3D models by measuring
CDI 61              Intermediate SolidWorks                                   4 Units      stress and displacement distributions of new designs through simulating responses
(Formerly CAD and Digital Imaging 55B.)                                                    to structural loads.
Prerequisite: CAD and Digital Imaging 60 or equivalent.
Eight hours lecture-laboratory.                                                            CDI 79A            Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire 2.0 (Pro/ Update)               4 Units
(Any combination of CAD and Digital Imaging 60, 61, and 62 may be taken up                 Prerequisite: .CAD and Digital Imaging 70
to six times, not to exceed 18 units for the family of courses.)                           Eight hours lecture-laboratory.
Intermediate-level application of SolidWorks in creating solid models and drawings.        Principles and application changes in the Pro/ENGINEER software system. Designed
Introduction to surface features and basic surfacing techniques.                           to upgrade users to the latest version yearly.




                                  All courses are for unit credit and apply to a
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                                De Anza associate degree unless otherwise noted.