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									                      SCottSDAlE CoMMUNity CollEgE
                    2009–2010 Addendum to the College Catalog


                                                                  table of Contents
                                                                  Admission/Registration/Enrollment
                                                                    Tuition and Fees ..................................................................................................2
                  Mission Statement
                                                                  graduation Requirements
                   The mission of Scottsdale Community              Summary of Modifications................................................................................3
     College is to create accessible, effective, and affordable   Programs
     environments for teaching and learning for the people of       Summary of Program Modifications
     our communities in order that they may grow personally            Includes list of Program Deletions and Programs Placed on
                                                                       Moratorium Status Beginning Fall 2009 ..................................................4
     and become productive citizens in a changing and
                                                                    Program Modifications
     multicultural world.                                              Personal Computer Applications ..............................................................5
                                                                       Computer Hardware and Network Support.........................................5
                                                                       Database Development...............................................................................5
                                                                       Software Development ...............................................................................6
                                                                       Web Design ...................................................................................................6
                                                                       Web Development .......................................................................................7
                                                                       Culinary Arts .................................................................................................8
                                                                       Word Processing ..........................................................................................9
About the Addendum                                                     Office Automation Systems .......................................................................9
The contents of this addendum supersede the content
                                                                  Course Descriptions
specified in the 2009-2010 catalog where noted. Contents of
                                                                    Summary of Additions and Modifications ...................................................10
the 2009-2010 catalog not revised in this addendum remain in        New Courses ...................................................................................................11
effect. The unrevised content of the 2009-2010 catalog and the      Course Modifications
revised content of this addendum are valid for the 2009-2010           Effective Fall 2009 .......................................................................................12
academic year.                                                         Effective Spring 2010 .................................................................................13

                                                                  Administration, Management & Faculty ......................................14
          The Maricopa Community Colleges
      reserve the right to change, without notice,
        any materials, information, curriculum,
      requirements, and regulations published in
                this catalog addendum.


             9000 East Chaparral Road                                    Scottsdale Community College is accredited by:
             Scottsdale, AZ 85256-2626                                         The Higher Learning Commission (HLC)
                   (480) 423-6000                                              and a member of the North Central Association
               www.scottsdalecc.edu                                            Phone: 312.263.0456
                                                                               www.ncahlc.org




                                                                                                                                             Dated: 7/1/2009




2009–2010 Scottsdale Community College Catalog
ADDENDUM                                                                                                                                                                          1
                  ADMissioN/REgistRAtioN/ENRollMENt
The table below replaces the tuition and fee information (AR 2.2.9, paragraph B) in the 2009-2010 General
Catalog, page 25:




                                                                                                                                                   Admission/Registration/Enrollment
                                                  Apache, santa
                                                 Cruz or greenlee                                    Non-Resident              Western
                          Maricopa County                                  Non-Resident
       2009-10                                   County Resident                                   living in Another        Undergraduate
                              Resident                                    living in Arizona
                                                w/o “out-of-County                                  state/Country          Exchange (WUE)
                                                Residence Affidavit”
                              iN-stAtE                                                             oUt-oF-stAtE
  CREDit HoURs                    A                       B*                      C**                    D***                      E
          1                      71.00                   96.00                    96.00                  215.00                  106.50
          2                     142.00                  192.00                   192.00                  430.00                  213.00
          3                     213.00                  288.00                   288.00                  645.00                  319.50
          4                     284.00                  384.00                   384.00                  860.00                  426.00
          5                     355.00                  480.00                   480.00                1,075.00                  532.50
          6                     426.00                  576.00                   576.00                1,290.00                  639.00
          7                     497.00                2,184.00                 2,184.00                1,505.00                  745.00
          8                     568.00                2,496.00                 2,496.00                1,720.00                  852.00
          9                     639.00                2,808.00                 2,808.00                1,935.00                  958.50
         10                     710.00                3,120.00                 3,120.00                2,150.00                1,065.00
         11                     781.00                3,432.00                 3,432.00                2,365.00                1,171.50
         12                     852.00                3,744.00                 3,744.00                2,580.00                1,278.00
         13                     923.00                4,056.00                 4,056.00                2,795.00                1,384.50
         14                     994.00                4,368.00                 4,368.00                3,010.00                1,491.00
         15                   1,065.00                4,680.00                 4,680.00                3,225.00                1,597.50
         16                   1,136.00                4,992.00                 4,992.00                3,440.00                1,704.00
         17                   1,207.00                5,304.00                 5,304.00                3,655.00                1,810.50
         18                   1,278.00                5,616.00                 5,616.00                3,870.00                1,917.00
    * Students from any other county in Arizona are considered in-county due to a reciprocal arrangement with that county.
    ** According to ARS §15-1802F, “A person who is a member of an Indian Tribe recognized by the U.S. Department of the Interior
       whose reservation lies in this state and extends into another state and who is a resident of the reservation is entitled to
       classification as an in-state student.” Therefore, unclassified and out-of-state surcharges do not apply to such students.
    ***According to ARS §15-1470, community college districts may offer credit and noncredit courses and services outside of this
       state. A district is not entitle to state aid payments for students who are provided courses and services outside of this state.

   1. Determine student Residency status
       Refer to admissions information (AR 2.2.2) of the college catalog for residency information and to review the requirements for
       classification as a Maricopa County resident. Contact the Admissions and Records Office/Office of Student Enrollment Services if
       you have questions abut residency requirements.
   2. Use the Chart to locate tuition Charges
       Determine the correct column based on your residency status and then select the number of credit hours. The general tuition
       chart is provided for reference only.
   3. Add Any Additional Fees
      •	 A	one-time,	per	semester	$15	registration	fee	is	due	by	the	official	start	of	the	term	(semester)	or	by	the	specified	due	date	or	
          at time of registration.
      •	 There	may	also	be	additional	course	fees	for	classes.	Please	refer	to	the	college	schedule	for	course	fees.
      •	 If	you	choose	to	audit	a	class,	add	an	additional	fee	of	$25	per	credit	hour.
      •	 Additional	course	fees	may	apply	for	specific	courses.	Check	with	the	college’s	Admissions	and	Records	Office/Office	of	Student	
          Enrollment Services for a current listing of course fees.
   4. Pay Your Fees
    	 Payment	of	fees	may	be	made	by	cash,	check,	money	order,	VISA,	MasterCard,	Discover	or	American	Express.	Payment	Plan	options	
       are also available.

   NotE: If you do not pay your tuition and fees at the time of registration or by the specified due date, you may be dropped from your
   classes and may be responsible for the tuition and fees based on the refund schedule which outlines the refund deadlines for each course.


2009–2010 Scottsdale Community College Catalog
ADDENDUM                                                                                                                                       2
                              GrADUAtioN rEqUirEMENts
                                      sUMMArY oF MoDiFiCAtioNs
This section supplements the graduation requirements in the 2009-2010 General Catalog, pages 41-45:



Arizona General Education Curriculum (AGEC) Course Matrix
                                                             Additions
                                                                                         General Education
  Page     Course title and Credits                                                      Designation(s)/First Effective term
   42      CFS235 Developing Child: Theory into Practice, Prenatal - Age 8 (3 credits)   SB/Fall 2009
   42      EED205 The Developing Child: Prenatal to Age Eight (3 credits)                SB/Fall 2009
   43      HIS108 United States History 1945 to the Present (3 credits)                  HU/Summer I 2009
   43      HIS113 History of Eastern Civilization to 1850 (3 credits)                    HU/Fall 2009
   43      HIS114 History of Eastern Civilization 1850 to Present (3 credits)            HU/Fall 2009
   45      PSY157 African/Black Psychology (3 credits)                                   C, SB/Fall 2009

                                                     Loss of Designations
                                                                                         General Education
  Page    Course title and Credits                                                       Designation(s)/First Effective term
   42     COM207 Introduction to Communication Inquiry (3 credits)                       L/Summer I 2009
   42     ENH202 World Literature After the Renaissance (3 credits)                      G/Summer I 2009




                                                                                                                                   Graduation




2009–2010 Scottsdale Community College Catalog
ADDENDUM                                                                                                                       3
               Scottsdale CoMMUNity CollEgE ProgrAMS
          SCottSDAlE Community College Program Modifications

                     SUMMAry oF MoDiFiCAtioNS, DElEtioNS, AND
                        ProgrAMS PlACED oN MorAtoriUM
This section supplements the program information in the 2009-2010 General Catalog, pages 80-126.




                                                                                                                                                     SCC Programs
The full text of program modifications follows this summary.

                                         Program Modifications - Effective Fall 2009
   Page     Program title                                                     Program Elements Modified
    87      Personal Computer Applications (CCL)                              Credits, description, required courses, and restricted electives
    87      Computer Hardware and Network Support (CCL)                       Description and required courses
    87      Database Development (CCL)                                        Credits, description, and required courses
    88      Software Development                                              Credits, description, required courses, and restricted electives
    91      Web Design (CCL)                                                  Description, required courses, and restricted electives
    91      Web Design (AAS)                                                  Description, required courses, and restricted electives
    91      Web Development (CCL)                                             Credits, description, program prerequisites, and required courses
    92      Web Development (AAS)                                             Credits, description and required courses
    93      Culinary Arts (CCL)                                               Description, program notes, and required courses
    93      Culinary Arts (AAS)                                               Description, program notes, and required courses
   121      Word Processing (CCL)                                             Credits, description, program prerequisites, and required courses
   121      Office Automation Systems (CCL)                                   Credits, description, program prerequisites, and required courses
   122      Office Automation Systems (AAS)                                   Description, program prerequisites, required courses, restricted
                                                                              electives, and general education
                                          Program Deletions - Beginning Fall 2009
   Page     Program title
   108       Journalism - Certificate of Completion (CCL)
                                  Programs Placed on Moratorium - Beginning Fall 2009
   Page     Program title
   109       Microsoft Desktop Support Technology (CCL)
   109       Microsoft Product Specialist (CCL)
   109       Microsoft Systems Administration (CCL)
   109       Microsoft Systems Engineer (CCL)
   110       Microsoft Networking Technology (AAS)
   111       Microsoft Applications Development (CCL)
   111       Microsoft Applications Development (AAS)
   121       Office Fundamentals (CCL)




                                                  AAS = Associate in Applied Science Degree
                                                      CCL = Certificate of Completion




2009–2010 Scottsdale Community College Catalog
ADDENDUM                                                                                                                                         4
                                         Scottsdale Community College Program Modifications
                                                           ProgrAM MoDiFiCAtioNS

BUSiNESS-PErSoNAl CoMPUtErS                                                                          BPC          CoMPUtEr iNForMAtioN SyStEMS                                                                      CiS
Business Division office                                          AP 237A                480.423.6253
Program Director, Sheila Brandt                                    CM 406                480.423.6256                     Computer information Systems
   The Certificate of Completion (CCL) in Personal Computer
Applications is designed to provide computer skills in the areas
                                                                                                                                   Programs
                                                                                                                  Business Division office                                       AP 237A               480.423.6253




                                                                                                                                                                                                                               SCC Programs
of word processing, spreadsheets, database management, operating
systems, and other software. This program is designed to provide                                                  Program Director, Sheila Brandt                                 CM 406               480.423.6256
students with basic business and computer applications skills                                                        The Computer Information Systems program provides training
necessary for employment in a wide variety of entry-level positions                                               for various entry-level positions in computer systems. Career
in business.                                                                                                      opportunities include LAN administrator, systems analyst, computer
                                                                                                                  programmer, computer operator, computer hardware and software
                                                                                                                  salesperson.The programs offered at SCC include a two-year career
            CErtiFiCAtE oF CoMPlEtioN iN                                                                          program that leads to an Associate in Applied Science in Computer
       PErSoNAl CoMPUtEr APPliCAtioNS: 30 credits                                                                 Information Systems and a Certificate of Completion in Computer
rEQUirED CoUrSES: 18 credits                                                                                      Information Systems. The Certificate of Completion in Computer
BPC110       Computer Usage and Applications ...........................................3                         Hardware and Network Support is designed to prepare students
BPC111AA Computer Keyboarding I ............................................................1                     for entry-level network technician jobs and to help prepare them
BPC/CIS114AE Excel: Level I...................................................................................1   for multiple industry certification examinations. The Certificate of
BPC/CIS114BE Excel: Level II..................................................................................1   Completion in Database Development prepares students to design
BPC/CIS117DM Microsoft Access: Database Management ...............................3                               and implement the infrastructure for business solutions using
BPC/CIS118AB PowerPoint: Level I .......................................................................1         database and programming tools. The Certificate of Completion in
BPC/CIS121AE Windows Operating System: Level I ........................................1                          Software Development prepares students for entry-level positions
BPC/OAS135DK Word: Level I ................................................................................2      in software development, including corporate web systems using
BPC/OAS235DK Word: Level II ................................................................................2     interactive applications.
CIS133DA Internet/Web Development Level I..........................................3                                 Scottsdale Community College participates in the Microsoft®
rEStriCtED ElECtiVES: 12 credits                                                                                  Solutions Developers Network Academic Alliance (MSDNAA).
ACC115       Computerized Accounting..........................................................2                   These classes can help you prepare to take examinations for MCAS
BPC125       Microcomputer Set Up and Maintenance ...............................1                                (Microsoft Certified Application Specialist), MCSE (Microsoft
BPC/CIS120DB Computer Graphics: Adobe Illustrator ...................................3                            Certified Systems Engineer), MCSA (Microsoft Certified System
BPC/CIS120DC Flash: Digital Animation ...............................................................3            Administrator), i-Net+, and A+ certifications.
BPC/CIS120DF Computer Graphics: Adobe Photoshop..................................3
CIS138DA Desktop Design and Publishing Using Adobe InDesign.......3                                                       CErtiFiCAtE oF CoMPlEtioN iN CoMPUtEr
CIS233DA Internet/Web Development Level II.........................................3                                     HArDWArE AND NEtWorK SUPPort: 23 credits
CIS2++++ Any 200-level Computer Information System course .....1-3                                                rEQUirED CoUrSES: 23 credits
Grade of “C” or better required for all courses in the Certificate of                                             BPC/CIS121AB Microsoft Command Line Operations ....................................1
Completion in Personal Computer Applications.                                                                     BPC170       Computer Maintenance I: A+ Essentials Prep ........................3
                                                                                                                  BPC270       Computer Maintenance II: A+ Technician Prep......................3
                                                                                                                  CIS102       Interpersonal/Customer Svc. Skills for IT Professionals ...........1
                                                                                                                  CIS105       Survey of Computer Information Systems .............................3
                                                                                                                  CIS126DA UNIX Operating System (3) or
                                                                                                                  CIS126DL     Linux Operating System (3) .......................................................3
                                                                                                                  CIS190       Introduction to Local Area Networks (3) or
                                                                                                                  MST140       Microsoft Networking Essentials (3)........................................3
                                                                                                                  CIS296WC Cooperative Education (3) or
                                                                                                                  CIS298AC Special Projects (3) .......................................................................3
                                                                                                                  MST150       Microsoft Windows Professional ..............................................3
                                                                                                                  Grade of “C” or better required for all courses in the Certificate of
                                                                                                                  Completion in Computer Hardware and Network Support.
                                                                                                                                     CErtiFiCAtE oF CoMPlEtioN iN
                                                                                                                                    DAtABASE DEVEloPMENt: 27 credits
                                                                                                                  rEQUirED CoUrSES: 27 credits
                                                                                                                  BPC/CIS117DM Microsoft Access: Database Management ...............................3
                                                                                                                  BPC/CIS217AM Advanced Microsoft Access: Database Management ............3
                                                                                                                  CIS105       Survey of Computer Information Systems .............................3
                                                                                                                  CIS119DO Introduction to Oracle: SQL and PL/SQL ...............................3
                                                                                                                  CIS150       Programming Fundamentals .......................................................3
                                                                                                                  CIS159       Visual Basic Programming I (3) or
                                                                                                                  CIS162AD C#: Level I (3) ................................................................................3

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                                        Scottsdale Community College Program Modifications
CIS164AB    Oracle: Developer PL/SQL Programming (3) or                                                      CoMPUtEr iNForMAtioN SyStEMS                                                                      CiS
CIS276DA MySQL Database (3) or
CIS276DB SQL Server Database (3) ............................................................3                                      Web Design Program
CIS166AC Web Scripting with Active Server Pages (ASP).NET (3) or                                             Business Division office                                       AP 237A               480.423.6253
CIS166AE    Web Scripting with PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor (PHP) (3) ...3
                                                                                                             Program Director, Sheila Brandt                                 CM 406               480.423.6256
CIS225AB    Object-Oriented Analysis and Design......................................3
Grade of “C” or better required for all courses in the Certificate of                                             The Web Design program prepares students to design, create
Completion in Database Development.                                                                          and administer interactive and professional web sites. Students gain
                                                                                                             “hands-on” experience with web page navigation, web publishing,




                                                                                                                                                                                                                          SCC Programs
                  CErtiFiCAtE oF CoMPlEtioN iN                                                               web graphics preparation, database design and development, and
                                                                                                             e-commerce solutions (including store front setup). The program
                 SoFtWArE DEVEloPMENt: 33 credits                                                            focuses on user interface technologies such as Extensible Hyper
ProgrAM PrErEQUiSitES: 3 credits                                                                             Text Markup Language (XHTML), Cascading Style Sheets (CSS),
CIS105       Survey of Computer Information Systems (3) or                                                   JavaScript and Flash.
             permission of department ......................................................0-3                   Completing the program may lead to positions such as web designer,
rEQUirED CoUrSES: 27 credits                                                                                 web marketing manager, web manager, or e-commerce manager.
BPC/CIS117DM Microsoft Access: Database Management ...............................3
BPC/CIS217AM Advanced Microsoft Access: Database Management (3) or                                                            CErtiFiCAtE oF CoMPlEtioN iN
CIS276++     Any Database Management Systems module (3) or
CIS119DO Introduction to Oracle: SQL (3) ...............................................3                                         WEB DESigN: 36 credits
CIS126DA UNIX Operating System (3) or                                                                        rEQUirED CoUrSES: 30 credits
CIS126DL     Linux Operating System (3) .......................................................3             BPC/CIS117DM Microsoft Access: Database Management ...............................3
CIS150       Programming Fundamentals .......................................................3               BPC/CIS120DC Flash: Digital Animation ...............................................................3
CIS159       Visual Basic Programming I.........................................................3            BPC/CIS133DA Internet/Web Development Level I..........................................3
                                                                                                             CIS105       Survey of Computer Information Systems .............................3
CIS166AC Web Scripting with Active Server Pages (ASP).NET (3) or                                             CIS120DF     Computer Graphics: Adobe Photoshop ..................................3
CIS166AE     Web Scripting with PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor (PHP) (3) ...3                                   CIS126DL     Linux Operating System..............................................................3
CIS225AB     Object-Oriented Analysis and Design......................................3                      CIS220DF     Advanced PhotoShop ..................................................................3
CIS259       Visual Basic Programming II (3) or                                                              CIS225AB     Object-Oriented Analysis and Design......................................3
CIS262++     Any 200-level programming module (3)..................................3                         CIS233DA Internet/Web Development Level II.........................................3
CIS276++     Any Database Management Systems module not used                                                 CIS235       e-Commerce..................................................................................3
             to satisfy other Required Courses credits .............................3                        rEStriCtED ElECtiVES: 6 credits
rEStriCtED ElECtiVES: 6 credits                                                                              ART/MMT190 Art of Web Site Design ...............................................................3
BPC/CIS133DA Internet/Web Development Level I..........................................3                     BPC/CIS120DB Computer Graphics: Adobe Illustrator ....................................3
CIS119DO Introduction to Oracle: SQL ......................................................3                 BPC/CIS138DA Desktop Design and Publishing Using Adobe InDesign .......3
CIS166AC Web Scripting with Active Server Pages (ASP).NET ............3                                      BPC224       Project Management Microsoft Project for Windows .........3
CIS166AE     Web Scripting with PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor (PHP) ..3                                        CIS119DO Introduction to Oracle: SQL ......................................................3
CIS217AM Advanced Microsoft Access: Database Management ............3                                        CIS150       Programming Fundamentals .......................................................3
CIS224       Project Management Microsoft Project for Windows .........3                                     CIS159       Visual Basic Programming I.........................................................3
CIS233DA Internet/Web Development Level II.........................................3                         CIS166AC Web Scripting with Active Server Pages (ASP).NET ............3
CIS235       e-Commerce..................................................................................3   CIS166AE     Web Scripting with PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor (PHP).....3
CIS+++++ Any CIS course not used to satisfy Required Courses area ...3                                       CIS220DC Flash: Advanced Animation and ActionScript ..........................3
Grade of “C” or better required for all courses in the Certificate of                                        CIS226AL     Internet/Intranet Server Administration-Linux ......................3
Completion in Software Development.                                                                          CIS276++     Any Database Management Systems module.........................3
                                                                                                             Grade of “C” or better required for all courses in the Certificate of
                                                                                                             Completion in Web Design.

                                                                                                                                  AAS iN WEB DESigN: 60-63 credits
                                                                                                             EQUirED CoUrSES: 30 credits
                                                                                                             BPC/CIS117DM Microsoft Access: Database Management ...............................3
                                                                                                             BPC/CIS120DC Flash: Digital Animation ...............................................................3
                                                                                                             BPC/CIS133DA Internet/Web Development Level I..........................................3
                                                                                                             CIS105       Survey of Computer Information Systems .............................3
                                                                                                             CIS120DF     Computer Graphics: Adobe Photoshop ..................................3
                                                                                                             CIS126DL     Linux Operating System..............................................................3
                                                                                                             CIS220DF     Advanced PhotoShop ..................................................................3
                                                                                                             CIS225AB     Object-Oriented Analysis and Design......................................3
                                                                                                             CIS233DA Internet/Web Development Level II.........................................3
                                                                                                             CIS235       e-Commerce..................................................................................3
                                                                                                             rEStriCtED ElECtiVES: 6 credits
                                                                                                             ART/MMT190 Art of Web Site Design ...............................................................3
                                                                                                             BPC/CIS120DB Computer Graphics: Adobe Illustrator ....................................3
                                                                                                             BPC/CIS138DA Desktop Design and Publishing Using Adobe InDesign .......3
                                                                                                             BPC224       Project Management Microsoft Project for Windows .........3

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ADDENDUM                                                                                                                                                                                                         6
                                      Scottsdale Community College Program Modifications
BPC224        Project Management Microsoft Project for Windows .........3                                CIS126DA UNIX Operating System (3) or
CIS119DO Introduction to Oracle: SQL ......................................................3             CIS126DL    Linux Operating System (3) .......................................................3
CIS150        Programming Fundamentals .......................................................3          CIS150      Programming Fundamentals .......................................................3
CIS159        Visual Basic Programming I.........................................................3
CIS166AC Web Scripting with Active Server Pages (ASP).NET ............3                                  CIS159      Visual Basic Programming I (3) or
CIS166AE      Web Scripting with PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor (PHP).....3                                 CIS162++    Any 100-level C Programming module (3) or
CIS220DC Flash: Advanced Animation and ActionScript ..........................3                          CIS163AA Java Programming: Level I (3) .....................................................3
CIS226AL      Internet/Intranet Server Administration-Linux ......................3                      CIS166AC Web Scripting with Active Server Pages (ASP).NET (3) or
CIS276++      Any Database Management Systems module                                   3                 CIS262++    Any 200-level C Programming module (3) .............................3




                                                                                                                                                                                                                          SCC Programs
gENErAl EDUCAtioN (g.E.) rEQUirEMENtS: 24-27 credits                                                     CIS166AE    Web Scripting with PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor (PHP) ..3
CorE: 15-17 credits                                                                                      CIS225AB    Object-Oriented Analysis and Design......................................3
First-year Composition                                                                                   CIS226++    Any Internet/Intranet Server Administration module ..........3
Any approved G. E. course from the First-Year Composition area .............6                            CIS233DA Internet/Web Development Level II.........................................3
oral Communication                                                                                       CIS235      e-Commerce..................................................................................3
Any approved G. E. course from the Oral Communication area .................3                            Grade of “C” or better required for all courses in the Certificate of
Critical reading                                                                                         Completion in Web Development.
CRE101        Critical and Evaluative Reading I (3) or
              equivalent as indicated ...............................................................3                 AAS iN WEB DEVEloPMENt: 60-63 credits
Mathematics
Any approved G. E. course from the Mathematics area .............................3-5                     ProgrAM PrErEQUiSitES: 3 credits
DiStriBUtioN: 9-10 credits                                                                               CRE101       Critical and Evaluative Reading I (3) or
Humanities and Fine Arts                                                                                              Equivalent by assessment ............................................................3
Any approved G. E. course from the Humanities and Fine Arts area......2-3                                rEQUirED CoUrSES: 39 credits
Natural Sciences                                                                                         BPC/CIS117DM Microsoft Access: Database Management ...............................3
Any approved G. E. course from the Natural Sciences area .........................4                      BPC/CIS133DA Internet/Web Development Level I..........................................3
Social and Behavioral Sciences                                                                           CIS105       Survey of Computer Information Systems .............................3
Any approved G. E. course from the Social/Behavioral Sciences area ........3                             CIS119DO Introduction to Oracle: SQL (3) or
Grade of “C” or better required for all courses in the AAS inWeb Design.                                 CIS217AM Adv. Microsoft Access: Database Management (3) or
                                                                                                         CIS276++     Any Database Management Systems module (3) ..................3
                                                                                                         CIS126DA UNIX Operating System (3) or
                                                                                                         CIS126DL     Linux Operating System (3) .......................................................3
                                                                                                         CIS150       Programming Fundamentals .......................................................3
CoMPUtEr iNForMAtioN SyStEMS                                                                  CiS
                                                                                                         CIS159       Visual Basic Programming I (3) or
             Web Development Program                                                                     CIS162++     Any 100-level C Programming module (3) or
                                                                                                         CIS163AA Java Programming: Level I (3) .....................................................3
Business Division office                                    AP 237A              480.423.6253
Program Director, Sheila Brandt                              CM 406              480.423.6256            CIS166AC Web Scripting with Active Server Pages (ASP).NET (3) or
                                                                                                         CIS262++     Any 200-level C Programming module (3) .............................3
      The Web Development program prepares students to design,
create and administer interactive and professional web sites that                                        CIS166AE     Web Scripting with PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor (PHP) ..3
utilize server side programming technologies.Web page navigation,                                        CIS225AB     Object-Oriented Analysis and Design......................................3
web publishing, web graphics preparation, database design and                                            CIS226++     Any Internet/Intranet Server Administration module ..........3
development, and e-commerce solutions (including store front setup)                                      CIS233DA Internet/Web Development Level II.........................................3
are integral components of this degree, which focuses on server-                                         CIS235       e-Commerce..................................................................................3
side programming. In addition to web page creation, students study                                       gENErAl EDUCAtioN (g.E.) rEQUirEMENtS: 21-24 credits
object-oriented systems analysis and design methods, structured                                          CorE: 12-14 credits
programming logic and design, programming in an Object Oriented                                          First-year Composition
Programming Language and database design and development.                                                Any approved G. E. course from the First-Year Composition area .............6
                                                                                                         oral Communication
      Completing the program may lead to positions such as web designer,                                 Any approved G. E. course from the Oral Communication area .................3
web developer, web marketing manager, web manager, e-commerce                                            Critical reading
manager, web programmer, web technician, or web server administrator.                                    Met by CRE101 or equivalent as indicated by assessment
                                                                                                         in Program Prerequisite area ................................................................................0
                CErtiFiCAtE oF CoMPlEtioN iN                                                             Mathematics
                 WEB DEVEloPMENt: 39 credits                                                             Any approved G. E. course from the Mathematics area .............................3-5
                                                                                                         DiStriBUtioN: 9-10 credits
ProgrAM PrErEQUiSitES: 3 credits                                                                         Humanities and Fine Arts
CRE101       Critical and Evaluative Reading I (3) or                                                    Any approved G. E. course from the Humanities and Fine Arts area......2-3
             Equivalent by Assessment ...........................................................3       Natural Sciences
rEQUirED CoUrSES: 39 credits                                                                             Any approved G. E. course from the Natural Sciences area .........................4
BPC/CIS117DM Microsoft Access: Database Management ...............................3                      Social and Behavioral Sciences
BPC/CIS133DA Internet/Web Development Level I..........................................3                 Any approved G. E. course from the Social/Behavioral Sciences area ........3
CIS105       Survey of Computer Information Systems .............................3                       Grade of “C” or better required for all courses in the AAS in Web
CIS119DO Introduction to Oracle: SQL (3) or                                                              Development.
CIS217AM Adv. Microsoft Access: Database Management (3) or
CIS276++     Any Database Management Systems module (3) ..................3



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CUliNAry ArtS                                                                                      CUl                            AAS iN CUliNAry ArtS: 65-67 credits
Hospitality,tourism, and Culinary Arts                                                                          PROGRAM NOTE: Students must enroll concurrently in all courses
Division office                                                    AP 253              480.423.6578             in a block, regardless of previously completed coursework.
Program Director, Karen Chalmers                                   AP 254              480.423.6241             ADMiSSioN CritEriA:
   The Culinary Arts Program offers multiple certificate and AAS                                                   Entrance into program is by application only. A special fee of
courses of study for students. Further information on all programs                                              $475 is required each semester in addition to the regular tuition
may be obtained by calling the Culinary Arts office (480-423-6241),                                             fees. Placement into 100-level English, reading and math classes on
the division office (480-423-6578), or by visiting the website at www.                                          the ASSET test, or completion of equivalent coursework.




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 SCC Programs
scottsdalecc.edu/culinary. The program is proud to be accredited                                                rEQUirED CoUrSES: 34 credits
by the American Culinary Federation.                                                                            Block 1
                                  Culinary Block Program                                                        CUL115       Food Service Sanitation, Safety and Stewarding.....................2
   The Block Certificate Program accepts 36 students each semester                                              CUL120       Food Costing, Purchasing and Inventory Control .................2
through an application and interview process. Interested students                                               CUL130       Hot Foods I ....................................................................................3
are encouraged to apply well in advance of their intended semester                                              CUL140       Culinary Principles and Kitchen Management I .....................3
of enrollment. A lab fee of $475.00 is required upon acceptance.                                                CUL150       Garde Manger I .............................................................................2
Students must enroll concurrently in all courses in a block,                                                    CUL160       Bakery and Pastry Production I.................................................3
regardless of previously completed coursework.                                                                  CUL170       Dining Room Operations I .........................................................2
                                                                                                                Block 2
                Advanced Professional Culinary Arts Courses                                                     CUL210       Menu Planning and Facilities Design .........................................2
   Advanced Professional Culinary Arts courses are designed to                                                  CUL220       Food Service Nutrition ...............................................................2
enhance and refine the skills of current employees in the culinary                                              CUL230       Hot Foods II...................................................................................3
industry, as well as graduates from basic culinary certificate                                                  CUL240       Culinary Principles and Kitchen Management II ....................3
programs. Instruction is provided in intensive, hands-on formats,                                               CUL250       Garde Manger II ............................................................................2
emphasizing specialized techniques in each course area. NOTE:                                                   CUL260       Bakery and Pastry Production II ...............................................2
All classes in the advanced program require students to have a                                                  CUL270       Dining Room Operations II........................................................3
kitchen uniform consisting of a chef ’s coat, chef ’s pants, kitchen                                            rEStriCtED ElECtiVES: 6 credits
apron and standard knives and tools.                                                                            CUL180       Food in History .............................................................................3
                          Culinary Fundamentals Program                                                         CUL190       Catering Operations I .................................................................3
   This online program of study is designed for individuals who                                                 CUL235       Advanced Culinary Techniques I - Meats.................................2
wish to learn the fundamentals of culinary arts at home. These                                                  CUL236       Advanced Culinary Techniques II - Seafood............................2
classes provide fundamental skills in Bakery/Pastry, Hot Foods                                                  CUL237       Advanced Culinary Techniques III - Game and Poultry........2
and Garde Manger.                                                                                               CUL245       Professional Kitchen Management Techniques .......................2
                                                                                                                CUL255       Advanced Garde Manger I - Salads and Sandwiches ............2
                                                                                                                CUL256       Adv. Garde Manger II - Appetizers and Hors d’Oeuvres ....2
                     CErtiFiCAtE oF CoMPlEtioN iN                                                               CUL265       Professional Baking I - Base Products and Sauces .................2
                        CUliNAry ArtS: 34 credits                                                               CUL266       Professional Baking II - Breads and Rolls.................................2
                                                                                                                CUL267       Professional Baking III - Pastries, Pies and Cakes ..................2
PROGRAM NOTE: Students must enroll concurrently in all courses                                                  CUL268       Professional Baking IV - Decorative and Design Work ........2
in a block, regardless of previously completed coursework.                                                      CUL296++ Cooperative Education (any module) ..................................1-4
ADMiSSioN CritEriA:                                                                                             CUL298++ Special Projects (any module) ................................................1-3
   Entrance into program is by application only. A special fee of                                               FRE+++++ Any French courses .................................................................1-4
$475 is required each semester in addition to the regular tuition                                               HRM+++++ Any Hospitality and Tourism Management courses ..........1-3
fees. Placement into 100-level English, reading and math classes on                                             ITA+++++ Any Italian courses ...................................................................1-4
the ASSET test, or completion of equivalent coursework.                                                         SPA+++++ Any Spanish courses ................................................................1-4
                                                                                                                gENErAl EDUCAtioN (g.E.) rEQUirEMENtS: 25-27 credits
rEQUirED CoUrSES: 34 credits                                                                                    CorE: 15-17 credits
Block 1                                                                                                         First-year Composition
CUL115      Food Service Sanitation, Safety and Stewarding.....................2                                ENG101       First-Year Composition (3) or
CUL120      Food Costing, Purchasing and Inventory Control .................2                                   ENG107       First-Year Composition for ESL (3) AND
CUL130      Hot Foods I ....................................................................................3   ENG102       First-Year Composition (3) or
CUL140      Culinary Principles and Kitchen Management I .....................3                                 ENG108       First-Year Composition for ESL (3) ..........................................6
CUL150      Garde Manger I .............................................................................2       oral Communication
CUL160      Bakery and Pastry Production I.................................................3                    Any approved G.E. course from the Oral Communication area..................3
CUL170      Dining Room Operations I .........................................................2                 Critical reading
Block 2                                                                                                         CRE101       Critical and Evaluative Reading I (3) or
CUL210      Menu Planning and Facilities Design .........................................2                                   equivalent as indicated.................................................................3
CUL220      Food Service Nutrition ...............................................................2             Mathematics
CUL230      Hot Foods II...................................................................................3    Any approved G. E. course from the Mathematics area .............................3-5
CUL240      Culinary Principles and Kitchen Management II ....................3
                                                                                                                DiStriBUtioN: 10 credits
CUL250      Garde Manger II ............................................................................2
                                                                                                                Humanities and Fine Arts
CUL260      Bakery and Pastry Production II ...............................................2                    Any approved G. E. course from the Humanities and Fine Arts area..........3
CUL270      Dining Room Operations II........................................................3                  Natural Sciences
Grade of “C” or better required for all courses in the Certificate of                                           Any approved G. E. course from the Natural Sciences area .........................4
Completion in Culinary Arts.                                                                                    Social and Behavioral Sciences
                                                                                                                Any approved G. E. course from the Social/Behavioral Sciences area ........3
                                                                                                                Grade of “C” or better required for all courses in the AAS in
                                                                                                                Culinary Arts.
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oFFiCE AUtoMAtioN SyStEMS                                                                        oAS             AAS iN oFFiCE AUtoMAtioN SyStEMS: 64-66 credits
Business Division office                                       AP 237A               480.423.6253             ProgrAM PrErEQUiSitES: 0-4 credits
Program Director, Sheila Brandt                                 CM 406               480.423.6256             CRE101       Critical and Evaluative Reading (3) or
                                                                                                                           equivalent as indicated by assessment .................................0-3
   The Associate in Applied Science (AAS) in Office Automation                                                BPC111AA Computer Keyboarding I (1) or
Systems, a two-year career program, is designed to prepare students                                                        ability to type 35 wpm.............................................................0-1
for positions as administrative assistants and executive secretaries.                                         rEQUirED CoUrSES: 33 credits
In addition to the degree program, a Certificate of Completion                                                ACC111       Accounting Principles I ...............................................................3
                                                                                                              ACC115       Computerized Accounting..........................................................2




                                                                                                                                                                                                                               SCC Programs
(CCL) in Office Automation Systems is offered, emphasizing
computer operations using a variety of applications, and learning                                             BPC110       Computer Usage and Applications ...........................................3
to function as a professional.                                                                                BPC/CIS114++ Any Spreadsheet module ............................................................1
                                                                                                              BPC/CIS121AE Windows Operating System: Level I ........................................1
   The Certificate of Completion (CCL) in Word Processing
                                                                                                              BPC/OAS135++ Any Word Processing module ...................................................2
prepares individuals to assume productive positions in the field
                                                                                                              BPC/OAS235++ Any Advanced Word Processing module ................................2
of word processing. Integrated concepts of modern office systems
                                                                                                              CIS102       Interpersonal/Customer Svc. Skills for IT Professionals ......1
are included in the program.
                                                                                                              CIS133DA Internet/Web Development Level I..........................................3
                                                                                                              GBS151       Introduction to Business .............................................................3
                     CErtiFiCAtE oF CoMPlEtioN iN                                                             GBS233       Business Communication............................................................3
                      WorD ProCESSiNg: 20 credits                                                             OAS108       Business English.............................................................................3
                                                                                                              OAS125       Introduction to the Professional Office ..................................3
ProgrAM PrErEQUiSitES: 0-1 credit                                                                             OAS296WC Cooperative Education................................................................3
BPC111AA Computer Keyboarding I (1) or                                                                        rEStriCtED ElECtiVES: 9 credits
             ability to type 35 wpm.............................................................0-1           CIS117DM Microsoft Access: Databse Management .................................3
rEQUirED CoUrSES: 20 credits                                                                                  CIS118AB     PowerPoint: Level I .......................................................................3
BPC110       Computer Usage and Applications ...........................................3                     CIS120++     Any Adobe module ......................................................................3
BPC/CIS121AE Windows Operating System: Level I ........................................1                      CIS138DA Desktop Design and Publishing Using Adobe InDesign .......3
BPC138++ Any Desktop Publishing module ...............................................3                       CIS233DA Internet/Web Development Level II.........................................3
BPC/OAS135++ Any Word Processing module ...................................................2                  CIS296WC Cooperative Education................................................................3
BPC/OAS235++ Any Advanced Word Processing module ................................2                            GBS175       Professional Development ..........................................................3
CIS133DA Internet/Web Development Level I..........................................3                          MGT251       Human Relations in Business .....................................................3
OAS108       Business English.............................................................................3   gENErAl EDUCAtioN (g.E.) rEQUirEMENtS: 22-24 credits
OAS125       Introduction to the Professional Office ..................................3                      CorE: 12-14 credits
Grade of “C” or better required for all courses in the Certificate of                                         First-year Composition
Completion in Word Processing.                                                                                Any approved G. E. course from the First-Year Composition area .............6
                                                                                                              oral Communication
                CErtiFiCAtE oF CoMPlEtioN iN                                                                  COM110       Interpersonal Communication or
                                                                                                              COM110AA Interpersonal Communication Part I (1) AND
             oFFiCE AUtoMAtioN SyStEMS: 28 credits                                                            COM110AB Interpersonal Communication Part II (1) AND
ProgrAM PrErEQUiSitES: 0-4 credits                                                                            COM110AC Interpersonal Communication Part III (1) ..............................3
CRE101       Critical and Evaluative Reading (3) or                                                           Critical reading
             equivalent as indicated by assessment .................................0-3                       Met by CRE101 or equivalent as indicated by assessment
BPC111AA Computer Keyboarding I (1) or                                                                        in Program Prerequisite area ................................................................................0
             ability to type 35 wpm.............................................................0-1           Mathematics
rEQUirED CoUrSES: 28 credits                                                                                  Any approved G. E. course from the Mathematics area .............................3-5
ACC111       Accounting Principles I ...............................................................3         DiStriBUtioN: 10 credits
BPC110       Computer Usage and Applications ...........................................3                     Humanities and Fine Arts
                                                                                                              Any approved G. E. course from the Humanities and Fine Arts area..........3
BPC/CIS114++ Any Spreadsheet module ............................................................1             Social and Behavioral Sciences
BPC/CIS121AE Windows Operating System: Level I ........................................1                      Any approved G. E. course from the Social/Behavioral Sciences area ........3
BPC/OAS135++ Any Word Processing module ...................................................2                  Natural Sciences
BPC/OAS235++ Any Advanced Word Processing module ................................2                            Any approved G. E. course from the Natural Sciences area .........................4
CIS102       Interpersonal/Customer Svc. Skills for IT Professionals ......1                                  Grade of “C” or better required for all courses in the AAS in Office
CIS133DA Internet/Web Development Level I..........................................3                          Automation Systems.
GBS151       Introduction to Business .............................................................3
OAS108       Business English.............................................................................3
OAS125       Introduction to the Professional Office ..................................3
OAS296WC Cooperative Education................................................................3
Grade of “C” or better required for all courses in the Certificate of
Completion in Office Automation Systems.




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                                        COURSE DESCRIPTIONS
                                           Course Descriptions


                      SUMMARY OF ADDITIONS AND MODIFICATIONS
This section supplements the course information in the 2009-2010 General Catalog, pages 128-214.
The full text of new and modified courses follows this summary.

                                                              New Courses
   Page     Course
    168     ECE112         General Principles of Nanotechnology
    169     ENG095AA       Tutored Developmental Writing: Generating and Drafting
    169     ENG095AB       Tutored Developmental Writing: Generating and Drafting
    194     MUC136         Turntablism
    194     MUC137         Digital DJ Performance Techniques
    195     MUP158         Rock Band
                                         Course Modifications - Effective Fall 2009
   Page      Course                                                                             Course Elements Modified
    143      BPC121AE*     Windows Operating System: Level I                                    Course description
    148      CIS121AE*     Windows Operating System: Level I                                    Course description
    152      CSC180AA      Computing for Scientists, Engineers and Medical/Health Specialists   Title
    202      PSY290AB      Research Methods                                                     Prerequisites and corequisites
    211      TCM250        Documentaries for Social Change                                      Description and prerequisites




                                                                                                                                       Course Descriptions
    211      TCM275        Advanced Portfolio Production                                        Add course note
                                       Course Modifications - Effective Spring 2010
   Page      Course                                                                             Course Elements Modified
    155      CRE101        Critical and Evaluative Reading I                                    Title and prerequisites
    174      EXS145        Guidelines for Exercise Testing and Prescription                     Increase in periods
    202      RDG071        Basic Reading                                                        Description and prerequisites
    203      RDG081        Reading Improvement                                                  Description and prerequisites
    203      RDG091        College Reading Skills I                                             Title and prerequisites
    211      TCM265        Advanced Scheduling and Budgeting                                    Increase in credits and periods

  *BPC/CIS121AE is a cross-referenced course (one course offered under either the BPC or CIS prefix).




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                                                           New Courses
                                                          Course Descriptions


ENGINEERING SCIENCE                                                ECE       MUSIC
Physical Science Department Office            PS 153       480.423.6111      Music Department Office                     MB 145       480.423.6333
ECE Course Coor., Dr. Kyle Rawlings           PS 151       480.423.6166      Fine Arts Division Office                   MB 139       480.423.6328
ECE112                 3 credits   3 periods                                 MUC                   Music: Commercial & Business
General Principles of Nanotechnology
Designed to provide students with a strong fundamental understanding of      MUC136                           2 credits         2 periods
the scientific principles, processing, and applications of nanotechnology.   Turntablism
Includes the concepts of chemical bonding, quantum mechanics,                Covers the skills required in vinyl manipulation; examines the
and microstructure applied to various nanomaterials and their use            development of turntable techniques and the contributions made by
in electronic devices, composites, computing, and various other              individual turntable artists. Prerequisites: None. Course Note: MUC136
biological, medical, energy-related, and current consumer applications.      may be repeated for a total of six (6) credits.
Introduces analytical techniques used in nanotechnology, as well as
possible societal applications. Prerequisites: A grade of C or better        MUC137                 2 credits  2 periods
in (MAT090, or MAT091, or MAT092, or MAT102 or equivalent) and               Digital DJ Performance Techniques
CHM130 or equivalent.                                                        Covers the skills required for live performance; examines and provides
                                                                             experience in the development of turntable and digital media techniques.
                                                                             Prerequisites: None. Course Note: MUC137 may be repeated for a total
ENGLISH                                                            ENG
                                                                             of six (6) credits.
Language and Communication Division           LC 305       480.423.6459
ENG095AA              1 credit    1 period                                   MUP                                    Music: Performance
Tutored Developmental Writing: Generating
and Drafting                                                                 MUP158                           2 credits         5 periods




                                                                                                                                                        Course Descriptions
Structured tutorial assistance in writing skills to help students achieve    Rock Band
success in a developmental writing course in which they are concurrently     Emphasizes instrumental and vocal techniques and the preparation of
enrolled. Emphasis on generative writing skills. Prerequisites: None.        all styles of rock band literature. Introduces music business. Requires
Corequisites: ENG081 or ENG091. Course Note: ENG095AA may be                 participation in public and private performances throughout the
repeated for credit.                                                         semester. Prerequisites: Auditions are required. Course Note: MUP158
                                                                             may be repeated for a total of eight (8) credits.
ENG095AB              1 credit    1 period
Tutored Developmental Writing: Revising
and Editing
Structured tutorial assistance in writing skills to help students achieve
success in a developmental writing course in which they are concurrently
enrolled. Emphasis on revising and editing skills. Prerequisites: None.
Corequisites: ENG081 or ENG091. Course Note: ENG095AB may be
repeated for credit.




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                                                  Course Modifications
                                                    Course Descriptions


     The following course modifications
           are effective Fall 2009:

BUSINESS-PERSONAL COMPUTERS                                        BPC
CIS Department Office                        CM 404        480.423.6588
BPC121AE             1 credit     2 periods                                                  Access your software
Windows Operating System: Level I (CIS121AE)                                             application and files when and
Specific topics include Windows basics, navigating and customizing the
desktop, maintaining hardware and software, improving performance,                          where you need them!
configurations, securing your computer, taskbar, organizing, searching
and managing folders and files, iinstalling and uninstalling applications,                https://myscc.scottsdalecc.edu
Internet Explorer fine tuning, security, and searching, including advanced
search techniques, keyboard shortcuts, and current topics. Prerequisites:
None. (Offered in online format.)

                                                                                                   Need help with:
COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS                                        CIS
CIS Department Office                        CM 404        480.423.6588                            •	 My.maricopa
CIS121AE             1 credit     2 periods
                                                                                                   •	 Blackboard
Windows Operating System: Level I (BPC121AE)                                                       •	 MySCC
Specific topics include Windows basics, navigating and customizing the
desktop, maintaining hardware and software, improving performance,                               Contact us at:




                                                                                                                                                      Course Descriptions
configurations, securing your computer, taskbar, organizing, searching
and managing folders and files, iinstalling and uninstalling applications,
                                                                                      helpdesk.its@sccmail.maricopa.edu
Internet Explorer fine tuning, security, and searching, including                                480-423-6274
advanced search techniques, keyboard shortcuts, and current topics.
Prerequisites: None.

COMPUTER SCIENCE                                                   CSC
Mathematics/CSC Department Office CM 404                   480.423.6588
CSC Course Coor., Gerald Thurman  CM 464                   480.423.6110
CSC180AA                          3 credits         4 periods
Computer Literacy                                                            TELECOMMUNICATIONS                       TCM
Introduction to computers and technology and their impact in                   Film/Motion Picture/TV Production Classes
science, engineering and medical/health care occupations and on
                                                                             MP/TV Film School Office                   LC 404      480.423.6076
society. Explores technology, current topics in computing, applications
and related issues. Use of application software to create scientific         Fine Arts Division Office                  MB 139      480.423.6328
documents, spreadsheets, databases, e-mail and text files, and use           TCM250                4 credits                  8 periods
of Internet browsers pertaining to science, engineering, and health          Documentaries for Social Change
care fields and personal use. Intended for students in the science,          Study of and practical application in social documentary production.
engineering, and medical/health care fields Prerequisites: None.             Focuses on diverse voices and styles of social documentaries,
                                                                             philosophical issues faced by the filmmaker, technical considerations,
PSYCHOLOGY                                                          PSY      and business elements required for financial and commercial success
                                                                             of the social documentary. Prerequisites: None. Course Note:TCM250
Social/Behavioral Sciences Division           SB 130       480.423.6206
                                                                             may be repeated for a total of twelve (12) credits.
PSY290AB                          4 credits         6 periods
Research Methods                                                             TCM275                4 credits                  6 periods
Planning, execution, analysis, and written reporting of psychological        Advanced Portfolio Production
research. Surveys the literature, procedures, and instruments                Advanced workshop in portfolio development for producers
in representative areas of psychological research. Prerequisites:            and directors of narrative films. Prerequisites: Permission of
ENG101, ENG107 or equivalent. Prerequisites or Corequisites:                 instructor. Course Note: TCM275 may be repeated for a total of twelve
PSY230 (or equivalent) with a grade of “C” or better, or permission          (12) credits.
of instructor.




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                                                            Course Descriptions

     The following course modifications                                        success in content area courses. Emphasis on literal comprehension
          are effective Spring 2010:                                           and development of inferential interpretation. Prerequisites:
                                                                               Appropriate reading placement test score, or grade of C or better
                                                                               in RDG040.
CRITICAL READING                                                     CRE
Language and Communication Division            LC 305       480.423.6459       RDG081              3 credits                     3 periods
                                                                               Reading Improvement
CRE101                  3 credits                     3 periods                Designed to improve basic reading skills. Includes word recognition,
College Critical Reading                                                       interdisciplinary vocabulary development, recognizing patterns of
Emphasis on applying critical inquiry skills to varied and challenging         organization, interpreting inference. Reviews interpreting graphic
reading materials. Includes analysis, synthesis, and evaluation                materials. Emphasis on identifying main ideas and related details.
through written discourse. Prerequisites: (ENG101 or ENG107)                   Prerequisites: Appropriate reading placement test score, or grade
and (appropriate reading placement score, or grade of C or better              of C or better in RDG071.
in RDG091).
                                                                               RDG091                3 credits                   3 periods
                                                                               College Preparatory Reading
EXERCISE SCIENCE                                                     EXS       Designed to improve basic reading and study skills, vocabulary
HPERD Division Office                          PE 149       480.423.6606       and comprehension skills. Recommended to all students whose
EXS145                  3 credits    4.50 periods                              placement test scores indicate a need for reading instruction.
(Formerly PED145)                                                              Prerequisites: Appropriate reading placement test score, or grade
Guidelines for Exercise Testing and Prescription                               of C or better in RDG081.
Follows the current ACSM guidelines for health appraisal, risk
assessment, safety of exercise, exercise testing, and exercise prescription.   TELECOMMUNICATIONS                       TCM
Prerequisites: None.                                                             Film/Motion Picture/TV Production Classes
                                                                               MP/TV Film School Office                   LC 404       480.423.6076




                                                                                                                                                         Course Descriptions
READING                                                             RDG        Fine Arts Division Office                  MB 139       480.423.6328
Language and Communication Division            LC 305       480.423.6459       TCM265                3 credits   4 periods
RDG071                             3 credits          3 periods                Advanced Scheduling and Budgeting
Basic Reading                                                                  Advanced workshop in the techniques of breaking down, scheduling
Provide opportunities for practice and application of basic reading            and budgeting a script. Emphasis on scheduling principles incorporating
skills. Includes phonic analysis, word recognition, structural analysis,       location, studio, artists and union agreements. Prerequisites:TCM260
use of context clues, and use of dictionary, reinforced through                or permission of instructor.
practical application. Development of vocabulary required for




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              ADMiNistrAtioN, MANAgEMENt & FAcUlty

This section supplements the college personnel information in the 2009-2010 General Catalog,
pages 255-260, and includes the following additions to the administration, management, and
faculty information:


Faculty
gEMoll, roDNEy (2009)                 librarian, information literacy
    B.A., University of Northern Iowa; B.S., DeVry Institute of Technology;
    M.A., University of Phoenix; M.A., University of Arizona

MEssEr, lUcAs (2009)                                   communication
    B.A., M.A., University of Northern Iowa

yoUNg, lisA (2009)                     librarian, Educational support
    B.S., M.Ed., Arizona State University




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