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                                                                                                                                                         Associate of Arts
Associate of Arts:                                                          General Education Options (0-6)2
                                                                            Courses may be selected from the above categories or
                                                                            from the Options category.
AA Degree                                                                   Degree Core Requirements: 25-29 credit
                                                                            hours
Administration of Justice:
                                                                            Required: 15 credit hours
AA Degree                                                                   AJS 101     Introduction to Administration of Justice (3)
                                                                            AJS 110     The Correction Function (3)
The Associate of Arts in Administration of                                  AJS 130     The Police Function (3)
Justice is designed for transfer to the Criminal      Coconino Consortium
                                                                            AJS 260     Constitutional Law (3)
Justice bachelor's degree at Northern Arizona                               AJS 280     Criminology (3)
University (NAU) and Arizona State University (ASU).
The program teaches students skills which can be used to                    Electives: 10-14 credit hours
enter a wide variety of law enforcement and corrections                     10-14 credits of transferable courses as stated in the
positions. Students completing this degree will transfer                    Course Equivalency Guide (CEG). These courses must
60-64 credits to NAU or ASU. Students planning to                           transfer to all Arizona public universities. See an
transfer to a university other than NAU or ASU should                       advisor or check the college catalog web site
see an advisor. This degree results in an AGEC-A, which                     (www.coconino.edu) for the CEG.
is transferable to all Arizona public universities. This is a
Tech Prep articulated program. For more information                         Recommended
about Tech Prep, see page 9.                                                One course at the 100 level or above in Spanish or
                                                                            Navajo (this course may be used to fulfill the AGEC
Minimum credit hours required: 60                                           Options requirement) (4)
                                                                            SOC 142     Race & Ethnic Relations (3)
AGEC-A Requirements: 35 credit hours                                        SOC 210     Sociology of Gender (3)
See page 17 for General Education Courses that can be
used to satisfy AGEC requirements.                                          1
                                                                             Placement test and/or prerequisite required.
                                                                            2
                                                                             0-6 hours may be taken in the Options category as needed to complete
                                                                            the minimum 35 hours required for the AGEC.
Composition (6)
ENG 1011 College Composition I (3)
ENG 1021 College Composition II (3)                                         Anthropology: AA Degree
Mathematics (3-5)                                                           The Associate of Arts degree in Anthropology is
MAT 1421 College Mathematics (3) or a higher course                         designed as and offers the CCC student comprehensive
          selected from the approved AGEC courses                           preparation for transfer to the Anthropology bachelor's
          in the Mathematics category.                                      degree at all Arizona public universities. This degree
                                                                            provides a comprehensive introduction to the discipline
Arts/Humanities (6-9)                                                       and all its subfields. Students completing this degree
Courses from two or more disciplines must be selected                       will transfer 61-64 credits to all Arizona public
from the approved General Education courses in the                          universities. Requirements differ significantly among
Arts/Humanities category.                                                   state universities. Students should see an advisor to
                                                                            plan their program of study to avoid possible transfer
Social/Behavioral Sciences (6-9)                                            difficulties.
Courses from two or more disciplines must be selected
from the approved General Education courses in the                          Minimum credit hours required: 61
Social/Behavioral Sciences category.
                                                                            AGEC-A Requirements: 35 credit hours
Physical/Biological Sciences (8-10)
                                                                            See page 17 for General Education Courses that can be
Any two courses may be taken from the
                                                                            used to satisfy AGEC requirements.
Physical/Biological Sciences category.
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                         Composition (6)
                         ENG 1011 College Composition I (3)                                       Construction Management:
Associate of Arts




                         ENG 1021 College Composition II (3)                                      AA Degree
                         Mathematics (3–5)                                                        The Construction Management degree is
                         MAT 1421 College Mathematics (3) or a higher course                      designed for transfer to the Construction
                                                                                                                                                     Coconino Consortium




                                   selected from the approved AGEC courses                        Management bachelor's degree at Northern Arizona
                                   in the Mathematics category.                                   University. Students completing this degree will transfer
                                                                                                  64 credits to NAU. This degree results in an AGEC-A,
                         Arts/Humanities (6–9)                                                    which is transferable to all Arizona public universities.
                         Courses from two or more disciplines must be selected                    This is a Tech Prep articulated program. For more
                         from the approved General Education courses in the                       information about Tech Prep, see page 9.
                         Arts/Humanities category.
                                                                                                  Minimum credit hours required: 65
                         Social/Behavioral Sciences (6–9)
                         Courses from two or more disciplines must be selected                    AGEC-A Requirements: 37 credit hours
                         from the approved General Education courses in the                       See page 17 for General Education Courses that can be
                         Social/Behavioral Sciences category.                                     used to satisfy AGEC requirements.

                         Strongly recommended:                                                    Composition (6)
                         SOC 101     Introduction to Sociology                                    ENG 1011 College Composition I (3)
                                                                                                  ENG 1021 College Composition II (3)
                         Physical/Biological Sciences (8–10)
                         Any two courses may be taken from the General                            Mathematics (5)
                         Education courses in the Physical/Biological Sciences                    MAT 1871 Pre-Calculus (5)
                         category.
                                                                                                  Arts/Humanities (6)
                         General Education Options (0–6)          2                               Courses from two disciplines must be selected from the
                         Courses may be selected from the above categories or                     approved General Education courses in the
                         from the Options category.                                               Arts/Humanities category.

                                                                                                  Social/Behavioral Sciences (6)
                         Strongly recommended:
                                                                                                  ECN 2041 Macroeconomics Principles (3)
                         Any natural human language, other than English,
                                                                                                  BUS 2141 Legal, Ethical & Regulatory Issues
                         including American Sign Language
                                                                                                             in Business (3)

                         Degree Core Requirements: 26 credit                                      Physical/Biological Sciences (8)
                         hours                                                                    PHY 1111 College Physics I (4)
                                                                                                  PHY 1121 College Physics II (4)
                         Required: 16 credit hours
                                                                                                  General Education Options (6)
                         ANT 101 Introduction to Physical Anthropology (4)
                                                                                                  SPC 100    Fundamentals of Speech Communication (3)
                         ANT 102 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology (3)
                                                                                                  CIS 120    Introduction to Computer Information
                         ANT 103 Culture & Language (3)
                                                                                                             Systems (3)
                         ANT 110 Exploring Archaeology (3)
                         PSY 230     Introduction to Statistics (3)
                                     or
                                                                                                  Degree Core requirements: 28 credit hours
                         MAT 160 Introduction to Statistics (3)                                   Required: 28 credit hours
                                                                                                  ACC 1011 Principles of Financial Accounting (3)
                         Electives: 6 credit hours                                                DFT 1251 Architectural Drafting I (3)
                         Select 2 courses from the following:                                     DFT 1501 Auto CAD 2D (3)
                         ANT 210 Peoples of the World (3)                                         GLG 101 Physical Geology (4)
                         ANT 230 Peoples of the Southwest (3)                                                 or
                         ANT 241 Anthropology of Religion (3)                                     CHM 1511 General Chemistry I (4)
                                                                                                  CTM 120 Building the Human Environment (3)
                         Language: 4 credit hours                                                 CTM 253 Plane Surveying & Building Layout (3)
                         One semester of any natural human language other                         CTM 123 Building Construction Methods I (3)
                         than English, including American Sign Language.                          CTM 124 Building Construction Methods II (3)
                         1
                           Placement test and/or prerequisite required.
                                                                                                  CTM 2211 Structural Design & Building Materials (3)
                         2
                           0–6 hours may be taken in the Options category as needed to complete
                         the minimum 35 hours required for the AGEC.
                                                                                                  1
                                                                                                      Placement test and/or prerequisite required.
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                                                                             General Education Options (6)
Elementary Education:                                                        Any two courses from the approved General Education




                                                                                                                                                     Associate of Arts
AA Degree                                                                    courses in the General Education Options category. A
                                                                             first year of foreign language (101 and 102) is highly
The Associate of Arts in Elementary Education                                recommended.
is designed for students planning to transfer          Coconino Consortium




to an Elementary Education bachelor's degree program at                      Degree Core Requirements: 25-32 credit
all Arizona public universities and requires a minimum                       hours
of 60 credits. Students planning to transfer to a university
other than an Arizona public university should see an                        Required: 24 credit hours
advisor. This degree results in an AGEC-A, which is                          CIS 120     Introduction to Computer Information
transferable to all Arizona public universities.                                         Systems (3)
                                                                             EDU 200 Introduction to Education (3)
Requirements (Mathematics, Social/Behavioral Sciences,                       EDU 222 Introduction to Special Education (3)
and Natural Language requirements) differ significantly                      EDU 230 Cultural Diversity in Education (3)
among state universities. Students should see an advisor                     EDU 235 Relationships in Classroom Settings (3)
to plan their program of study to avoid transfer                             MAT 1301 Math for Elementary Education Teachers I (3)
difficulties. This is a Tech Prep articulated program. For                               (Before enrolling in MAT 130 see an advisor.)
more information about Tech Prep, see page 9.                                MAT 1311 Math for Elementary Education Teachers II (3)
                                                                                         (Before enrolling in MAT 131 see an advisor.)
Minimum credit hours required: 60                                            POS 220     Arizona and National Constitution (3)

AGEC-A Requirements: 35 Credit Hours                                         Electives: 1-8 credit hours
See page 17 for General Education Courses that can be                        1-8 credits of transferable courses as stated in the
used to satisfy AGEC requirements.                                           Course Equivalency Guide (CEG). These courses must
                                                                             transfer to all Arizona public universities. Second year
Composition (6)                                                              natural language proficiency required at some state
ENG 1011 College Composition I (3)                                           institutions. See an advisor or check the college catalog
ENG 1021 College Composition II (3)                                          web site (www.coconino.edu) for the current CEG.
                                                                             1
                                                                                 Placement test and/or prerequisite required.
Mathematics (3-5)
MAT 1421 College Mathematics (3) or a higher course
          selected from the approved AGEC courses
          in the Mathematics category.                                       General Studies: AA
Arts/Humanities (6)                                                          Degree
Two courses in Art (ART), Music (MUS), or Theatre
(THR) from the approved General Education courses in                         The General Studies degree is designed for students
the Arts/Humanities category.                                                who either have an undeclared major or who are
                                                                             developing a general or liberal studies emphasis.
Social/Behavioral Sciences (6)                                               Students completing this degree will transfer 60-64
HIS 131      U.S. History to 1877 (3)                                        credits to all Arizona public universities. Students
Select one additional course from the approved General                       planning to transfer to a university other than an
Education courses in the Social/Behavioral Sciences category.                Arizona public university should see an advisor.

Highly recommended: (one of the following)                                   Minimum credit hours required: 60
GEO 133 World/Regional Geography (3)
PSY 101    Introduction to Psychology (3)                                    There are two pathways in the General Studies degree:
SOC 101    Introduction to Sociology (3)
                                                                             1. General Requirements Pathway
Physical/Biological Sciences (8-10)                                          This pathway requires AGEC-A and fourth semester
One course from two of the following areas:.                                 natural human language proficiency, other than English,
A. Life Sciences: Biology                                                    including American Sign Language.
Recommended:
BIO 1051     Environmental Biology (4)                                       2. Special Requirements Pathway
B. Physical Sciences: Geography, Physics, Chemistry                          This pathway requires students to take AGEC-A and
C. Earth/Space Sciences: Astronomy, Anthropology,                            some Common Courses. Common Courses are courses
Geology                                                                      that are accepted as a part of the major at all Arizona
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                         public universities. The list of Common Courses is        to all Arizona public universities. See an advisor or
                         determined statewide. See an advisor or check the         check the college catalog web site (www.coconino.edu)
Associate of Arts




                         college catalog web site (www.coconino.edu) for these     for the Course Equivalency Guide.
                         Common Courses.
                                                                                   2. Special Requirements Pathway
                         Depending on the area of interest, one pathway may be
                                                                                   Depending on your area(s) of interest and/or the
                         more suitable for a student's educational plan than the
                                                                                   university you intend to transfer to, you may need to
                         other. Students changing pathways may accumulate          decide on your transfer plan as early as possible. Please
                         more credits than necessary for graduation from a         see an advisor to determine your educational plan.
                         university. See an advisor for more information.
                                                                                   Required
                         AGEC-A Requirements: 35 credit hours                      Common Courses in the area(s) of interest/emphasis.
                                                                                   See an advisor or check the college catalog web site
                                                                                   (www.coconino.edu) for these Common Courses.
                         1. General Requirements and
                         2. Special Requirements Pathways                          Electives
                         See page 17 for General Education Courses that can be     Transferable courses as stated in the Course
                         used to satisfy AGEC requirements.                        Equivalency Guide (CEG). These courses must transfer
                                                                                   to all Arizona public universities. See an advisor or
                         Composition (6)                                           check the college catalog web site (www.coconino.edu)
                                                                                   for the current CEG.
                         ENG 1011 College Composition I (3)
                         ENG 1021 College Composition II (3)
                                                                                   Some university degrees may require 4th semester
                                                                                   language proficiency in addition to the Common
                         Mathematics (3-5)
                                                                                   Courses. See an advisor for more information.
                         MAT 1421 College Mathematics (3) or a higher course
                                   selected from the approved AGEC courses         1
                                                                                    Placement test and/or prerequisite required.
                                   in the Mathematics category.                    2
                                                                                    0-6 hours may be taken in the Options category as needed to complete
                                                                                   the minimum 35 hours required for the AGEC.

                         Arts/Humanities (6-9)
                                                                                   3
                                                                                     Students who can complete the 4th semester language proficiency in
                                                                                   less than 16 credit hours may choose more elective transferable credits.
                         Courses from two or more disciplines must be selected
                         from the approved General Education courses in the
                         Arts/Humanities category.                                 Hotel & Restaurant
                         Social/Behavioral Sciences (6-9)                          Management: AA Degree
                         Courses from two or more disciplines must be selected
                         from the approved General Education courses in the        The Associate of Arts in Hotel Restaurant
                         Social/Behavioral Sciences category.                      Management is designed for transfer to the                         Coconino Consortium




                                                                                   Hospitality bachelor's degree at Northern
                         Physical/Biological Sciences (8-10)                       Arizona University (NAU). This program trains
                         Any two courses may be taken from the                     graduates for management careers in one of the fastest
                         Physical/Biological Sciences category.                    growing industries in the United States, the hospitality
                                                                                   industry. Students completing this degree will transfer
                         General Education Options (0-6)2                          62 credits to NAU. Students planning to transfer to a
                         Courses may be selected from the above categories or      university other than NAU should see an advisor. This
                         from the Options category.                                is a Tech Prep articulated program. For more
                                                                                   information about Tech Prep, see page 9.
                         Degree Core Requirements: 25 credit
                                                                                   Minimum credit hours required: 62
                         hours
                         1. General Requirements Pathway                           AGEC-A Requirements: 35 credit hours
                                                                                   See page 17 for courses that will satisfy the General
                         Required: up to 16 credit hours                           Education requirements below.
                         Fourth semester proficiency in any natural human
                         language, other than English, including American Sign     Composition (6)
                                   3
                         Language.                                                 ENG 1011 College Composition I (3)
                                                                                   ENG 1021 College Composition II (3)
                         Electives: 9 or more
                         Nine credits of transferable courses as stated in the
                         Course Equivalency Guide. These courses must transfer

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Mathematics (3–5)                                          AGEC-A Requirements: 35 credit hours
MAT 1421 College Mathematics (3) or a higher course




                                                                                                                                        Associate of Arts
          selected from the approved AGEC courses          Composition (6)
          in the Mathematics category.                     ENG 1011 College Composition I (3)
                                                           ENG 1021 College Composition II (3)
Arts/Humanities (6)
Courses from two or more disciplines must be selected      Mathematics (3–5)
from the approved General Education                        MAT 1421 College Mathematics or a higher course
courses in the Arts/Humanities category.                             selected from the approved AGEC courses
                                                                     in the Mathematics category. (3–5)
Social/Behavioral Sciences (6)
ECN 2041 Macroeconomic Principles (3)                      Arts/Humanities (6–9)
ECN 205 Microeconomic Principles (3)                       Courses from two or more disciplines must be selected
                                                           from the approved General Education
Physical/Biological Sciences (8–10)                        courses in the Arts/Humanities category.
Any two courses may be taken from the approved
General Education courses in the                           Social/Behavioral (6–9)
Physical/Biological Sciences category.                     Courses from two or more disciplines must be selected
                                                           from the approved General Education
General Education Options (0-6)                            courses in the Social/Behavioral Sciences category.
Second semester proficiency (102 level) in any natural
human language, other than English, including              Physical/Biological Sciences (8–10)
American Sign Language.                                    Any two courses may be taken from the General
                                                           Education courses in the Physical/Biological
Degree Core Requirements: 27 credit                        Sciences category.
hours
                                                           General Education Options (3–6)2
Required: 27 credit hours                                  Courses may be selected from the above categories or
ACC 1011 Principles of Financial Accounting (3)            from the Options category.
HRM 100 Introduction to Hospitality (3)
HRM 140 Food Production Concepts (3)                       Required:
HRM 170 Hospitality Information Technology (3)             CIS 120       Introduction to Computer Information
HRM 210 Guest Service Management (3)                                     Systems (3)
HRM 220 Property Management (3)
HRM 2251 Hospitality Accounting (3)                        Degree Core Requirements: 27–29
HRM 240 Commercial Food Production (3)                     credit hours
HRM 270 Hospitality Information Technology II (3)
                                                           ECN 204       Macroeconomic Principles (3)
1
    Placement test and/or prerequisite required.
                                                           PHI 105       Introduction to Ethics (3)
                                                           POS 110       American National Government (3)
Pre-Social Work:                                           PSY 101
                                                           PSY 2301
                                                                         Introduction to Psychology (3)
                                                                         Introduction to Statistics (3)
AA Degree                                                  PSY 240       Developmental Psychology (3)
                                                           SOC 142       Race & Ethnic Relations (3)
The Associate of Arts degree in Pre-Social Work is a       SOC 2101      Sociology of Gender (3)
Transfer Partnership Degree with Northern Arizona          SOC 2201      Introduction to Social Work (3)
University. The Pre-Social Work degree is designed to
allow students to satisfy the admission requirements for   Electives: 0–2 credit hours
the Bachelor’s of Social Work (BSW) degree at Northern     0–2 hours of transferable courses as stated in the Course
Arizona University. Completion of the degree does not      Equivalency Guide (CEG). These courses must transfer
guarantee admission to the program. Students planning      to all Arizona public universities. See an advisor or
to gain admission to the BSW degree should contact the     check the college catalog Web site (www.coconino.edu)
Department of Sociology and Social Work at Northern        for current CEG.
Arizona University for specific admission requirements.    1
                                                            Placement test and/or prerequisite required.
Please see an advisor for more information regarding       2
                                                            0-6 hours may be taken in the Options category as needed to complete
this degree.                                               the minimum 35 hours required for the AGEC.


Minimum credit hours required: 62
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                                                                                         Physical/Biological Sciences (8–10)
                         Psychology: AA Degree                                           Any two courses may be taken from the General
Associate of Arts




                                                                                         Education courses in the Physical/Biological
                         The Associate of Arts degree in Psychology is designed          Sciences category.
                         for transfer. This degree has two pathways:
                                                                                         General Education Options (0–6)2
                         1. The Arts Pathway                                             Courses may be selected from the above categories or
                         The Psychology Language Pathway is designed for                 from the Options category.
                         transfer to the Psychology bachelor of arts (BA) degrees
                         at all Arizona public universities. Students completing
                         this degree will transfer 60–64 credits to all Arizona          Degree Core Requirements: 25–29
                         public universities. Students planning to transfer to a
                         university other than Arizona public universities should        credit hours
                         see an advisor.
                                                                                         Degree Core Courses: 15–18 credit
                         Requirements differ significantly among state universities.     hours
                         Students should see an advisor to plan their program of study
                         to avoid transfer difficulties.                                 Required courses:
                                                                                         PSY 101    Introduction to Psychology (3)
                         2. The Science Pathway                                          PSY 2301   Introduction to Statistics (3)
                         The Psychology Science Pathway is designed for
                         transfer to the Psychology bachelor of science (BS)             Select 9–12 credit hours from the following:
                         degrees at all Arizona public universities. Students            PSY 205     Introduction to Abnormal Psychology (3)
                         completing this degree will transfer 60–64 credits to all       PSY 2341    Child Development (3)
                         Arizona public universities.                                    PSY 236     Psychology of Women (3)
                                                                                         PSY 280     Health Psychology (3)
                         Requirements differ significantly among state universities.     PSY 2271    Personality Development (3)
                         Students should see an advisor to plan their program of study   PSY 240     Developmental Psychology (3)
                         to avoid transfer difficulties.                                 PSY 2501    Social Psychology (3)
                                                                                         PSY 2901    Research Methods (4)
                         Please see an advisor for more information regarding
                                                                                         1
                                                                                          Placement test and/or prerequisite required.
                         these two pathways.                                             2
                                                                                          0-6 hours may be taken in the Options category as needed to complete
                                                                                         the minimum 35 hours required for the AGEC.
                         Minimum credit hours required: 60
                                                                                         Arts Pathway: 8–13 credit hours
                         AGEC-A Requirements: 35 credit hours
                         See page 17 for General Education Courses that can be           a. Natural Human Language              8 credit hours
                         used to satisfy AGEC requirements.                              At least two semesters of any natural human language,
                                                                                         other than English, including American Sign Language1.
                         Composition (6)                                                 Students should note that fourth semester proficiency of
                         ENG 1011 College Composition I (3)                              any natural human language is required to graduate
                         ENG 1021 College Composition II (3)                             with a bachelor of arts degree. It is recommended that
                                                                                         the requirement be completed at CCC.
                         Mathematics (3– 5)                                              Before enrolling in a natural human language course see
                         MAT 1421 College Mathematics (3) or a higher course             an advisor.
                                   selected from the approved AGEC courses
                                   in the Mathematics category.                          b. Electives                          0–6 credit hours
                                                                                         0–6 credits of transferable courses as stated in the
                         Arts/Humanities (6–9)                                           Course Equivalency Guide (CEG). These courses must
                         Courses from two or more disciplines must be selected           transfer to all Arizona public universities. See an
                         from the approved General Education                             advisor or check the college catalog web site
                         courses in the Arts/Humanities category.                        (www.coconino.edu) for the current CEG.
                                                                                         If you are considering a bachelor of science degree at
                         Social/Behavioral Sciences (6–9)                                one of the Arizona universities, it is important that you
                         Courses from two or more disciplines must be selected           meet with an advisor as early as possible.
                         from the approved General Education
                         courses in the Social/Behavioral Sciences category.


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Science Pathway: 11–13 credit hours                         AGEC-A Requirements: 35 credit hours
                                                            See page 17 for General Education Courses that can be




                                                                                                                         Associate of Arts
Depending on the university you are planning to             used to satisfy AGEC requirements.
transfer to, please select one of the following:
                                                            Composition (6)
a. NAU                                                      ENG 1011 College Composition I (3)
MAT 1721    or a higher course selected from the            ENG 1021 College Composition II (3)
            approved AGEC courses in the Mathematics
            category. 3–5 credit hours                      Mathematics (3–5)
Any two courses meeting the physical and biological         MAT 1421 College Mathematics (3) or a higher course
sciences requirements                                                 selected from the approved AGEC courses
                                                                      in the Mathematics category.
BIO 2011 and BIO 2021
Recommended 8 credit hours                                  Arts/Humanities (6–9)
                                                            Courses from two or more disciplines must be selected
Before enrolling in the above courses see an advisor.       from the approved General Education courses in the
                                                            Arts/Humanities category.
b. ASU Main and ASU West
Please see an advisor for specific course requirements      Social/Behavioral Sciences (6–9)
MAT 2121 or a higher course selected from the               Courses from two or more disciplines must be selected
            approved AGEC courses in the Mathematics        from the approved General Education courses in the
            category. 3–5 credit hours                      Social/Behavioral Sciences category.

Any natural human language, other than English,             Physical/Biological Sciences (8–10)
including American Sign Language 8 credit hours.            Any two courses may be taken from the General
                                                            Education courses in the Physical/Biological Sciences
c. U of A                                                   category.
Please see an advisor for specific course requirements.
MAT 1721 or a higher course selected from the               General Education Options (0–6)2
            approved AGEC courses in the Mathematics        Courses may be selected from the above categories or
            category. 3–5 credit hours                      from the Options category.

Any natural human language, other than English,             Degree Core Requirements: 26–29
including American Sign Language.
                                                            Required: 18 credit hours
Select a combination of 8 credits from the following:       SOC 101     Introduction to Sociology (3)
            Language        0–8 credit hours1               SOC 140     Marriage & the Family (3)
            Lab Science 0–8 credit hours1                   SOC 142     Race & Ethnic Relations (3)
                                                            SOC 210     Sociology of Gender (3)
If you are considering a bachelor of science degree at      PSY 2301    Introduction to Statistics (3)
one of the Arizona universities, it is important that you
meet with an advisor as early as possible.                  Select one course from the following:
                                                            SOC 125     Domestic Violence (3)
1
    Placement test and/or prerequisite required.
                                                            SOC 130     Human Sexuality (3)
                                                            SOC 1321 Social Problems (3)
Sociology: AA Degree                                        SOC 200     Women & Health (3)

                                                            Language: 8 credit hours
The Associate of Arts degree in Sociology is designed
                                                            Two semesters of any natural human language other
for transfer to the Sociology bachelor’s degree at all
                                                            than English, including American Sign Language.
Arizona public universities. Students completing this
degree will transfer 61–64 credits to all Arizona public
                                                            Electives: 0–3 credit hours
universities. Requirements differ significantly among
                                                            0–3 credits of transferable courses as stated in the
state universities. Students should see an advisor to
                                                            Course Equivalency Guide (CEG). These courses must
plan their program of study to avoid transfer
                                                            transfer to all Arizona public universities. See an
difficulties.
                                                            advisor or check the college catalog web site
                                                            (www.coconino.edu) for the current CEG.
Minimum credit hours required: 61

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                         Vocational Technology                                                     Degree Core Requirements: 25–27
                                                                                                   credit hours
Associate of Arts




                         Education: AA Degree
                                                                                                   Required: 3 credit hours
                         The Vocational Technology Education                                       EDU 200 Introduction to Education (3)
                         program is designed for transfer to the             Coconino Consortium




                         Vocational Technology Education bachelor’s                                Electives: 22–24 credit hours
                         degree at Northern Arizona University (NAU). Students                     Choose any 22–24 elective credit hours of transferable
                         completing this degree will transfer 60–64 credits to                     courses as stated in the Course Equivalency Guide
                         NAU. Students planning to transfer to a university                        (available from an advisor or on the web at
                         other than NAU should see an advisor. This degree                         www.coconino.edu) that transfer to NAU as DEC(VTE)
                         results in an AGEC-A, which is transferable to all                        or equivalent from any of the following areas:
                         Arizona public universities. This is a Tech Prep                          AUT          Automotive
                         articulated program. For more information about Tech                      DFT          Drafting
                         Prep, see page 9.                                                         ELT          Electronics
                                                                                                   CAP          Carpentry Apprenticeship
                         Minimum credit hours required: 60                                         CTM          Construction Technology Management
                                                                                                   SMT          Sheet Metal Technology
                         AGEC-A Requirements: 35 credit hours                                      WLD          Welding Technology
                         See page 17 for General Education Courses that can be
                         used to satisfy AGEC requirements.                                        1
                                                                                                     Placement test and/or prerequisite required.
                                                                                                   2
                                                                                                     0–6 hours may be taken in the Options category as needed to complete
                                                                                                   the minimum 35 hours required for the AGEC.
                         Composition (6)
                         ENG 1011 College Composition I (3)
                         ENG1021 College Composition II (3)

                         Mathematics (5)
                         MAT 1871 Pre-Calculus (5)

                         Arts/Humanities (6)
                         Courses from two or more disciplines must be selected
                         from the approved General Education courses in the
                         Arts/Humanities category.

                         Social/Behavioral Sciences (6)
                         POS 2201 Arizona & National Constitution (3)
                         One more course not in Political Science from the
                         approved General Education courses in the
                         Social/Behavioral Sciences category.

                         Physical/Biological Sciences (8–9)
                         Select one chemistry and one physics course from the
                         following:
                         CHM 1301 Fundamental Chemistry (4)
                         CHM 1511 General Chemistry I (5)
                         PHY 1111 College Physics I (4)
                                     or
                         Complete 8 credits of physics below:
                         PHY 1111 College Physics I (4)
                         PHY 1121 College Physics II (4)

                         General Education Options (0–6)2
                         Courses may be selected from the above categories or
                         from the Options category.




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                 C o l o r a d o         P l a t e a u     S t u d i e s           D e g r e e             P r o g r a m



Colorado Plateau                                           Emphasis Area Core Requirements: 16
                                                           credit hours




                                                                                                                                         Colorado Plateau
Studies Degree                                             ANT 230        Peoples of the Southwest (3)




                                                                                                                                              Studies
Program: AA Degrees                                        CPS 100
                                                           CPS 2201
                                                                          Overview of the Colorado Plateau(3)
                                                                          Writers on the Colorado Plateau (3)
                                                           CPS 2901       Capstone Seminar (3)
                                                           GLG 232        Geology of the Colorado Plateau (4)
Colorado Plateau Studies
(Arts and Culture                                          Colorado Plateau Studies
                                                           Recommended Electives
Emphasis): AA Degree
                                                           Course list: 9-12 credit hours
The Associate of Arts in Colorado Plateau Studies
degree is designed for transfer to all Arizona public      ANT 101          Intro. to Physical Anthropology
universities. This is an inter-disciplinary degree that    ANT 102          Intro. to Cultural Anthropology
includes courses from the Arts, Humanities, and            ART 103          Native American Art of the Southwest
Sciences in its core. The degree is not only inter-        ART 201/2021     Art History I/II
disciplinary in its curriculum but may also be adapted     ENG 270/271/2721 Creative Writing
to give students an emphasis in one of three academic      ENG 2291         Native American Literature
areas: Arts and Culture, Science, and Business. The        ENV 111          Local Environmental Issues
emphasis in Arts and Culture meets the requirements        ENV 1121         Regional Environmental Issues &
for the AGEC-A; the emphasis in Science meets the                           Ethics
AGEC-S; and the emphasis in Business can lead to the       GLG 101          Physical Geography
two year AAS degree. Students interested in meeting        GLG 1021         Historical Geology
the requirements for one of the emphasis areas should      GLG 111          Geology of Northern Arizona
see their advisor for details. Students completing this    GLG 112          Geology of the Grand Canyon
degree will transfer 60-64 credits to all Arizona public   HIS 131          U. S. History I
universities.                                              HIS 132          U.S. History II
                                                           HIS 135          History of Mexico
Minimum credit hours required: 60                          HIS 238          Navajo History
                                                           HUM 241/2421 Humanities I/II
AGEC Requirements: 35 credit hours                         HUM 2371         Mexican Arts and Ideas
See page 17 for General Education Courses that can be      PHY 2531         Archeo-Astronomy
used to satisfy AGEC requirements.                         SOC 101          Intro. To Sociology
                                                           1
                                                             Placement test and/or prerequisite required.
Composition (6)                                            2
                                                             0-6 hours may be taken in the Options category as needed to complete
ENG 1011 College Composition I (3)                         the minimum 35 hours required for the AGEC.
ENG 1021 College Composition II (3)

Mathematics (3-5)                                          Colorado Plateau Studies
MAT 1421 College Mathematics (3) or a higher course
          selected from the approved AGEC courses          (Science Emphasis):
          in the Mathematics category.                     AA Degree
Arts/Humanities (6-9)                                      The Associate of Arts in Colorado Plateau Studies
ART 103   Native American Art (3)                          degree is designed for transfer to all Arizona public
ART 2211 Art History of the Southwest (3)                  universities. This is an inter-disciplinary degree that
ENG 2381 Literature of the Southwest (3)                   includes courses from the Arts, Humanities, and
                                                           Sciences in its core. The degree is not only inter-
Social/Behavioral Sciences (6-9)                           disciplinary in its curriculum but may also be adapted
ANT 110 Exploring Archeology (3)                           to give students an emphasis in one of three academic
HIS 238    Navajo History (3)                              areas: Arts and Culture, Science, and Business. The
SOC 142    Race and Ethnic Relations (3)                   emphasis in Arts and Culture meets the requirements
                                                           for the AGEC-A; the emphasis in Science meets the
Physical/Biological Sciences (8-10)                        AGEC-S; and the emphasis in Business can lead to the
BIO 1091   Natural History of the Southwest (4)            two year AAS degree. Students interested in meeting
BIO 1051   Environmental Biology (4)
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                        C o l o r a d o         P l a t e a u        S t u d i e s       D e g r e e            P r o g r a m

                        the requirements for one of the emphasis areas should        Elective Course List(3-6)
                        see their advisor for details. Students completing this      ANT 101           Intro. to Physical Anthropology
Colorado Plateau




                        degree will transfer 60-64 credits to all Arizona public     ANT 102           Intro. to Cultural Anthropology
                        universities.                                                ANT 110           Exploring Archeology
     Studies




                                                                                     ART 201/2021      Art History I/II
                        Minimum credit hours required: 60                            ENG 270/271/2721 Creative Writing
                                                                                     ENG 2291          Native American Literature
                        AGEC Requirements: 37-39 credit hours                        ENV 111           Local Environmental Issues
                        See page 17 for General Education Courses that can be        ENV 1121          Regional Environmental Issues & Ethics
                        used to satisfy AGEC requirements.                           GLG 101           Physical Geography
                                                                                     GLG1021           Historical Geology
                        Composition (6)                                              GLG 111           Geology of Northern Arizona
                        ENG 1011 College Composition I (3)                           GLG 112           Geology of the Grand Canyon
                        ENG 1021 College Composition II (3)                          HUM 241/2421 Humanities I/II
                                                                                     HUM 2371          Mexican Arts and Ideas
                        Mathematics (3-5)                                            HIS 131           U. S. History I
                        MAT 2201 Calculus & Analytical Geometry I (5) or a           HIS 132           U.S. History II
                                  higher course selected from the approved           HIS 135           History of Mexico
                                  AGEC courses in the Mathematics category.          HIS 238           Navajo History
                                                                                     SOC 101           Intro. To Sociology
                        Arts/Humanities (6-9)                                        BIO 1051          Environmental Biology
                        ART 2211 Art History of the Southwest (3)                    PHY 2531          Archeo-Astronomy
                        ART 103   Native American Art of the Southwest (3)           1
                                                                                       Placement test and/or prerequisite required.
                        ENG 2381 Literature of the Southwest (3)                     2
                                                                                       0-6 hours may be taken in the Options category as needed to complete
                                                                                     the minimum 35 hours required for the AGEC.

                        Social/Behavioral Sciences (6-9)
                        ANT 230 Peoples of the Southwest (3)
                        HIS 238    Navajo History (3)                                Colorado Plateau Studies
                        SOC 142    Race and Ethnic Relations (3)
                                                                                     (Business Emphasis):
                        Physical/Biological Sciences (8-10)                          AAS Degree
                        BIO 181    Unity of Life I: Life of the Cell & BIO 1821
                                   Unity of Life II: Multi-cellular Organisms (8)    The Associate of Applied Science in Colorado Plateau
                                   or                                                Studies degree is designed to be a pre-professional
                        CHM 1511 General Chemistry I &                               program. This is an inter-disciplinary degree that
                        CHM 1521 General Chemistry II (10)                           includes courses from the Arts, Humanities, and
                                   or                                                Sciences in its core. The degree is not only inter-
                        PHY 1611 University Physics I &                              disciplinary in its curriculum but may also be adapted
                        PHY 2621 University Physics II (8)                           to give students an emphasis in one of three academic
                                                                                     areas: Arts and Culture, Science, and Business. Students
                        General Education Options (0-6)2                             interested in meeting the requirements for one of the
                        Options may be selected from approved                        emphasis areas should see their advisor for details.
                        AGEC courses from Degree Electives/Emphasis Area
                        Course list                                                  Minimum credit hours required: 62

                        Emphasis Area Core Requirements                              General Education Requirements: 25
                                                                                     credit hours
                        Required: 20 credit hours from the list below.
                                                                                     Composition (6)
                        Recommended Emphasis Area Courses:                           ENG 1011 College Composition I (3)
                        ANT 230 Peoples of the Southwest (3)                         ENG 1021 College Composition II (3)
                        BIO 109   Natural History of the Southwest (4)
                        CPS 100   Overview of the Colorado Plateau (3)               Mathematics (3–5)
                                1
                        CPS 220   Writers on the Colorado Plateau (3)                MAT 151 College Algebra (3) or a higher course
                                1
                        CPS 290   Capstone Seminar (3)                                         selected from the approved AGEC courses
                        GLG 232 Geology of the Colorado Plateau (4)                            in the Mathematics category.



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Arts/Humanities (6)                                                     One more course form another discipline must be




                                                                                                                                                                      Associate of Fine Arts
ART 103   Native American Art of the Southwest (3)                      selected from the approved General Education courses
ENG 238 Literature of the Southwest (3)                                 in the Arts/Humanities category (3)

Social/Behavioral Sciences (6)                                          Social/Behavioral Sciences (6-9)
HIS 238    Navajo History (3)                                           Courses from two or more disciplines must be selected
SOC 142    Race and Ethnic Relations (3)                                from the approved General Education courses in the
           or                                                           Social/Behavioral Sciences category.
ANT 102 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology (3)
                                                                        Physical/Biological Sciences (8-10)
Physical/Biological Sciences (4)                                        Any two courses may be taken from the approved
BIO 109    Natural History of the Southwest (4)                         General Education courses in the Physical/Biological
                                                                        Sciences category.




                                                                                                                                                                   Associate of
Emphasis Area Core Requirements




                                                                                                                                                                    Business
                                                                        General Education Options (3)²
Required: 37 credit hours                                               Courses may be selected from the above categories or
                                                                        from the Options category.
ACC 1011      Principles of Financial Accounting (3)
ACC 1021      Principles of Managerial Accounting (3)                   Emphasis Area Core Requirements: 27
BUS 2041      Business Communications (3)                               credit hours
BUS 2141      Legal, Ethical & Regulatory
              Issues in Business (3)
ECN 2041      Macroeconomic Principles (3)                              Required: 15 credit hours
ECN 205       Microeconomic Principles (3)                              ART 110    Drawing I (3)
ANT 230       Peoples of the Southwest (3)                              ART 111¹    Drawing II (3)
ART 221       Art History of the Southwest (3)                          or
CPS 100       Overview of the Colorado Plateau (3)                      ART 160¹ Color & Design (3)
CPS 2901      Capstone Seminar (3)                                      ART 165    Three-Dimensional Design (3)
ENG 220       Writers on the Colorado Plateau (3)                       ART 210¹ Life Drawing (3)
GLG 232       Geology of the Colorado Plateau (4)                       ART 290    Visual Arts Practicum(3)

1
 Placement test and/or prerequisite required.                           Degree Electives: 12 credit hours
2
 0-6 hours may be taken in the Options category as needed to complete
the minimum 35 hours required for the AGEC.                             Select 12 hours from electives suggested below or other
                                                                        art courses. These courses must transfer to all Arizona
                                                                        public universities. See an advisor or check the college

Associate of Fine                                                       catalog web site (www.coconino.edu) for the CEG.


Arts: AFA Degree                                                        ART 111¹
                                                                        ART 120
                                                                        ART 150
                                                                                       Drawing II (3)
                                                                                       Ceramics I (3)
                                                                                       Photography I (3)
Minimum credit hours required: 62                                       ART 180¹       Sculpture I (3)
                                                                        ART 190        Painting I (3)
AGEC-A Requirements: 35 credit hours                                    ART 191¹       Painting II (3)
See page 17 for General Education Courses that can be                   ART 210¹       Life Drawing (3)
used to satisfy AGEC requirements.                                      ¹ Placement test and/or prerequisite required.
                                                                        ² 0-6 hours may be taken in the Options category as needed to complete
                                                                        the minimum 35 hours required for the AGEC.
Composition (6)
ENG 101¹ College Composition I (3)
ENG 102¹ College Composition II (3)                                     Associate of Business:
Mathematics (3-5)
MAT 142¹ College Mathematics (3) or a higher course
                                                                        ABus Degree
          selected from the approved AGEC courses
                                                                        The Associate of Business Degree is designed
          in the Mathematics category.
                                                                        for students planning to transfer to a college                  Coconino Consortium




                                                                        or university and requires a minimum of 62
Arts/Humanities (6-9)
                                                                        credit hours. All courses included in the degree must be
ART 201¹ Art History I (3)
                                                                        completed with a grade of "C" or better. A minimum of
ART 202¹ Art History II (3)
                                                                        35 of these credit hours must be completed in the
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                            Arizona General Education Curriculum (AGEC-B). The                   BUS 2141      Legal, Ethical & Regulatory Issues in Business (3)
                            remaining degree requirements are comprised of 25                    BUS 2321      Business Statistics & Analysis (3)
                            credit hours or more in the student’s elected program of             ECN 2041      Macroeconomic Principles (3)
                            study. Courses numbered 100 or above which transfer                  ECN 205       Microeconomic Principles (3)
                            as equivalent, departmental elective credit (DEC) or                 MAT 1721      Finite Mathematics (3)
                            general elective credit (E) will be counted toward this
                            degree. Special Topics courses (298) will not be counted             Business Electives: 6 credit hours
                            toward this degree. This is a Tech Prep articulated                  Any ACC or BUS course that is transferable to all three
                            program. For more information about Tech Prep, see                   state universities. Check with an advisor.
                            page 9.                                                              and
                                                                                                 BUS 2041 Business Communications (3)
                            Minimum credit hours required: 62                                    or
                                                                                                 CIS 2201    Applications Programming I (4)
                            AGEC-B Requirements: 35 credit hours                                 1
                                                                                                  Placement test and/or prerequisite required.
                            See page 17 for General Education Courses that can be                2
                                                                                                  0–6 hours may be taken in the Options category as needed to complete
                                                                                                 the minimum 35 hours required for the AGEC.
                            used to satisfy AGEC requirements.

                            Note: Associate of Business degree core courses may not be used to
                            satisfy AGEC-B requirements.


                            Composition (6)
                                                                                                 Associate of Science:
                            ENG 1011 College Composition I (3)                                   AS Degree
Associate of Science




                            ENG 1021 College Composition II (3)

                            Mathematics (3–5)                                                    Environmental Science:
                            MAT 2121 Business Calculus (3) or a higher course
                                      selected from the approved AGEC courses                    AS Degree
                                      in the Mathematics category.
                                                                                                 The Associate of Science in Environmental Sciences is
                            Arts/Humanities (6–9)                                                designed for transfer to the Environmental Sciences
                            Courses from two or more disciplines must be selected                bachelor's degree at the three Regents Universities.
                            from the approved General Education courses in the                   Students completing this degree will transfer 60-64
                            Arts/Humanities category.                                            credits to the three Regents Universities. This degree
                                                                                                 includes AGEC-S, which is transferable to all Arizona
                            Social/Behavioral Sciences (6–9)                                     public universities. Requirements differ significantly
                            Courses from two or more disciplines must be selected                among state universities. Students should see an
                            from the approved General Education courses in the                   advisor to plan their program of study to avoid transfer
                            Social/Behavioral Sciences category.                                 difficulties.

                            Physical/Biological Sciences (8–10)                                  Minimum credit hours required: 62
                            Any two courses may be taken from the General
                            Education courses in the Physical/Biological Sciences                AGEC-S Requirements: 37 credit hours
                            category.                                                            See page 17 for General Education Courses that can be
                                                                                                 used to satisfy AGEC requirements.
                            Computer Science (3)
                            CIS 120   Introduction to Computer Information                       Composition (6)
                                      Systems (3)                                                ENG 1011 College Composition I (3)
                                                                                                 ENG 1021 College Composition II (3)
                            General Education Options (3) 2                                      Mathematics (5)
                            Courses may be selected from the above categories or                 MAT 2201 Calculus & Analytical Geometry I (5)
                            from the Options category.
                                                                                                 Arts/Humanities (6)
                            Degree Core Requirements: 27 credit                                  Courses from two or more disciplines must be selected
                                                                                                 from the approved General Education courses in the
                            hours                                                                Arts/Humanities category. PHI 105 recommended

                            Required: 24 credit hours                                            Social/Behavioral (6)
                            ACC 1011 Principles of Financial Accounting (3)                      Courses from two or more disciplines must be selected
                            ACC 1021 Principles of Managerial Accounting (3)                     from the approved General Education courses in the
                                                                                                 Social/Behavioral category. ECN 205 recommended.
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Biological/Physical Sciences (10)                            1. General Requirements Pathway.
CHM 1511 General Chemistry I (5)
CHM 1521 General Chemistry II (5)                            This pathway requires AGEC-S and 4th semester
                                                             natural human language proficiency, other than English,
General Education Options (6)              2
                                                             including American Sign Language.
PHY 111 or 161 (4)
or
BIO 109 (4)                                                  2. Special Requirements Pathway.
and
Subject based on Major—Using a transfer guide, select        This pathway requires students to take AGEC-S and
Mathematics courses above calculus and/or Science            some Common Courses. Common Courses are courses
courses from: Astronomy, Biology, Botany,                    that are accepted as a part of the major at all Arizona
Environmental Science, Chemistry, Geology, Physics,          public universities. The list of Common Courses is




                                                                                                                             Associate of
Physical Geography, or Zoology                               determined statewide. See an advisor or check the




                                                                                                                              Business
                                                             college catalog web site (www.coconino.edu) for these
                                                             Common Courses.
Degree Core Requirements: 25–26
                                                             Depending on the area of interest, one pathway may be
Required: 13 credit hours
                                                             more suitable for a student's educational plan than the
MAT 160 Introduction to Statistics (3)
                                                             other. Students changing pathways may accumulate
BIO 105     Environment Biology (4)
                                                             more credits than necessary for graduation from a
ENV 150 Introduction to Environmental Engineering (3)
                                                             university. See an advisor for more information.




                                                                                                                                Associate of Science
CIS 120     Introduction to computer Information
            Systems (3)
                                                             AGEC-S Requirements: 35 credit hours
Degree Emphasis Area for Biology                             1. General Requirements and
Total credit hours required : 12 credit hours
                                                             2. Special Requirements Pathways
BIO 181      Unity of Life I: Life of the Cell (4)
                                                             See page 17 for General Education Courses that can be
BIO 182      Unity of Life II: Multicellular Organisms (4)
                                                             used to satisfy AGEC requirements.
BIO 205      Microbiology (4)
                                                             Composition (6)
Degree Emphasis Area for Applied Geology
                                                             ENG 1011 College Composition I (3)
Total credit hours required: 13 credit hours
                                                             ENG 1021 College Composition II (3)
GLG 101           Physical Geology (4)
                                                             Mathematics (3-5)
GLG 102           Historical Geology (4)
                                                             MAT 2201 Calculus I (5)
MAT 230           Calculus II (5)
1
    Placement test and/or prerequisite required.             Arts/Humanities (6)
                                                             Courses from 2 or more disciplines must be selected
                                                             from the approved AGEC courses in the
General Studies:                                             Arts/Humanities category.

AS Degree                                                    Social/Behavioral Sciences (6)
                                                             Courses from 2 or more disciplines must be selected
The General Studies degree is designed for students          from the approved AGEC courses in the
planning to transfer to an Arizona public university         Social/Behavioral category.
with a major requiring rigorous mathematics or
mathematics-based science. Students are required to          Physical/Biological Sciences (8-10)
take AGEC-S and courses that will apply toward the           BIO 181    Unity of Life I: Life of the Cell (4)
major at the university after transfer. Students                        and
completing this degree will transfer 60-64 credits to all    BIO 182    Unity of Life II: Multicellular Organisms (4)
Arizona public universities and should meet with an                     or
advisor as early as possible. Students planning to           CHM 151 General Chemistry I (4)
transfer to a university other than Arizona public                      and
universities should see an advisor.                          CHM 152 General Chemistry II (4)
                                                                        or
There are 2 pathways in the General Studies degree:          PHY 161 University Physics I (4)
                                                                        and
                                                             PHY 262 University Physics II (4)

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                       General Education Options (6)
                       Subject based on Major—Using a transfer guide, select
                       Mathematics courses above calculus and/or Science
                                                                                                     Associate of Applied
                       courses from: Astronomy, Biology, Botany,
                       Environmental Science, Chemistry, Geology, Physics,
                                                                                                     Science: AAS Degree
                       Physical Geography, or Zoology.

                       Degree Core Requirements: 25 credit
                                                                                                     Administration of Justice:
                       hours                                                                         AAS Degree
                                                                                                     The Administration of Justice AAS program is
                       1. General Requirements Pathway
                                                                                                     designed to prepare students to enter the             Coconino Consortium




                                                                                                     workforce in the criminal justice arena. This
                       Required:
                                                                                                     program teaches students specific knowledge and skills,
                       Up to 16 credit hours 4th semester of any natural
                                                                                                     which will assist in securing employment in a wide variety
                       human language proficiency, other than English,
                                                          3                                          of law enforcement and corrections/juvenile detention
                       including American Sign Language .
                                                                                                     positions. This is a Tech Prep articulated program. For
                                                                                                     more information about Tech Prep, see page 9.
                       Electives2
                       9 credits of transferable courses as stated in the Course
                                                                                                     Minimum credit hours required: 62
                       Equivalency Guide. These courses must transfer to all 3
                       Arizona public universities. See an advisor or check the
                       college catalog web site (www.coconino.edu) for the                           General Education Requirements: 29
                       Course Equivalency Guide.                                                     credit hours
                                                                                                     See page 17 for courses that will satisfy General
                       2. Special Requirements Pathway                                               Education Requirements below.

                       Depending on your area(s) of interest and/or the                              Composition (6)
                       university you intend to transfer to, you may need to                         ENG 1011 College Composition I (3)
                       decide on your transfer plan as early as possible. Please                     ENG 1021 College Composition II (3)
                       see an advisor to determine your educational plan.
                                                                                                     Mathematics (3–5)
Applied Science




                                                                                                     MAT 1421 College Mathematics (3) or a higher course
 Associate of




                       Required:
                       Common Courses from the area(s) of interest/emphasis.                                   selected from the approved AGEC courses
                       See an advisor or check the college catalog web site                                    in the Mathematics category.
                       (www.coconino.edu) for these Common Courses.
                                                                                                     Arts/Humanities (6)
                       Electives                                                                     Any approved General Education courses in the
                       Transferable courses as stated in the Course                                  Arts/Humanities category.
                       Equivalency Guide (CEG). These courses must transfer
                       to all Arizona public universities. See an advisor or                         Social/Behavioral Sciences (6)
                       check the college catalog web site (www.coconino.edu)                         Any approved General Education courses in the
                       for the current CEG.                                                          Social/Behavioral Sciences category.

                       Some university degrees may require 4th semester                              Recommended:
                       language proficiency in addition to the Common                                SOC 142  Race & Ethnic Relations (3)
                       Courses. See an advisor for more information.                                          or
                                                                                                     SOC 210  Sociology of Gender (3)
                       1
                         Placement test and/or prerequisite required.
                       2
                         Students who can complete the 4th semester language proficiency in
                       less than 16 credit hours may choose more elective transferable credits       Physical/Biological Sciences (8–10)
                                                                                                     Any approved General Education courses in the
                                                                                                     Physical/Biological Sciences category.

                                                                                                     Degree Core Requirements: 33 credit
                                                                                                     hours
                                                                                                     Required: 33 credit hours
                                                                                                     AJS 101     Introduction to Administration of Justice (3)

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AJS 105           Juvenile Detention Studies (3)                                     Degree Core Requirements: 33 credit
AJS 110           The Correction Function (3)
AJS 120           Substantive Criminal Law (3)
                                                                                     hours
AJS 150           Rules of Criminal Procedure (3)
                                                                                     CIS 120          Introduction to Computer Information
AJS 160           Police Administration (3)
                                                                                                      Systems (3)
AJS 200           Community Relations (3)
                                                                                     DFT 1251         Architectural Drafting I (3)
AJS 220           Rules of Evidence (3)
                                                                                     CTM 120          Building the Human Environment (3)
AJS 230           Crime & Deviant Behavior (3)
                                                                                     CTM 122          Construction Safety (3)
AJS 240           Juvenile Justice Procedure (3)
                                                                                     CTM 123          Building Construction Methods I (3)
AJS 280           Criminology (3)
                                                                                     CTM 1242         Construction Methods II (3)
1
    Placement test and/or prerequisite required.                                     CTM 130          Blueprint Reading (3)
                                                                                     CTM 151          House Wiring I (3)
Alternative Energy                                                                   CTM 211
                                                                                     CTM 235
                                                                                                      International Building Code (3)
                                                                                                      Solar Home Design (3)
Technology: AAS Degree                                                               CTM 236
                                                                                     MAT 1243
                                                                                                      Photovoltaics & Wind Power (3)
                                                                                                      Technical Problem Solving (3)
The Associate of Applied Science in                                                  1
                                                                                         Placement test and/or prerequisite required.
Alternative Energy Technology will provide                 Coconino Consortium       2
                                                                                         May substitute CTM 298 with consent of Department Chair.
students with the skills to pursue a career in the
                                                                                     3
                                                                                         May substitute MAT 187.

Alternative Energy field. The student will be instructed
through mastery learning components and field study
workshops arranged with local contractors. Students                                  Architectural Design
may apply credit hours earned in the Construction
Technology Certificate toward completion of the AAS
                                                                                     Technology: AAS Degree
degree. This is a Tech Prep articulated program. For
                                                                                     The Architectural Design Technology
more information about Tech Prep, see page 9.
                                                                                     program trains students for architectural                      Coconino Consortium




                                                                                     drafting careers in one of the fastest growing
Minimum hours required: 58
                                                                                     technologies in the United States. As an architectural
                                                                                     design technician, the draftsperson will interpret
General Education Requirements: 25–27                                                engineering data, develop sketches, designs, and
credit hours                                                                         working drawings for construction. Many technicians




                                                                                                                                                                               Applied Science
                                                                                                                                                                                Associate of
See page 17 for courses that will satisfy General                                    are valuable members of architectural/engineering
Education Requirements below.                                                        teams in industry. Using the technology of Computer
                                                                                     Aided Drafting, students will develop drafting skills in
Composition (6)                                                                      both 2D and 3D. This is a Tech Prep articulated
ENG 1011 College Composition I (3)                                                   program. For more information about Tech Prep, see
ENG 1021 College Composition II (3)                                                  page 9.

Mathematics (3–5)                                                                    Minimum credit hours required: 64
MAT 1211 Intermediate Algebra with Review (4) or a
           higher course selected from the approved                                  General Education Requirements: 25–27
           AGEC courses in the Mathematics category.
                                                                                     credit hours
                                                                                     See page 17 for courses that will satisfy General
Arts/Humanities (6)
                                                                                     Education Requirements below.
Any approved General Education courses in the
Arts/Humanities category.
                                                                                     Composition (6)
                                                                                     ENG 1011 College Composition I (3)
Social/Behavioral Sciences (6)
                                                                                     ENG 1021 College Composition II (3)
Any approved General Education courses in the
Social/Behavioral Sciences category.
                                                                                     Mathematics (3–5)
                                                                                     MAT 1241 Technical Problem Solving (3)
Required:
                                                                                               or
ECN 205           Microeconomics Principles (3)
                                                                                     MAT 1871 Pre-calculus (5)
Physical/Biological Sciences (4–5)
                                                                                     Arts/Humanities (6)
Any approved General Education course in the
                                                                                     Any approved General Education courses in the
Physical/Biological Sciences category.
                                                                                     Arts/Humanities category.
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                       Social/Behavioral Sciences (6)                                                        Mathematics (3–5)
                       Any approved General Education courses in the                                         MAT 1511 College Algebra (4) or a higher course
                       Social/Behavioral Sciences category.                                                            selected from the approved AGEC courses
                                                                                                                       in the Mathematics category.
                       Physical/Biological Sciences (4–5)
                       Any approved General Education course in the                                          Arts/Humanities (6)
                       Physical/Biological Sciences category.                                                Any approved General Education courses in the
                                                                                                             Arts/Humanities category.
                       Degree Core Requirements: 39 credit
                       hours                                                                                 Social/Behavioral Sciences (6)
                                                                                                             ECN 2041 Macroeconomic Principles (3)
                       Required: 33 credit hours                                                             ECN 205 Microeconomic Principles (3)
                       DFT 110     Technical Drafting & CAD Fundamentals (3)
                       DFT 1251 Architectural Drafting I (3)                                                 Physical/Biological Sciences (4–5)
                       DFT 1501 AutoCAD 2D (3)                                                               Any approved General Education course in the
                       DFT 2001 AutoCAD 3D (3)                                                               Physical/Biological Sciences category.
                       DFT 2251 Architectural Drafting I – CAD (3)
                       DFT 2601 Architectural Drafting II – CAD (3)                                          Degree Core Requirements: 31 credit
                       CTM 120 Building the Human Environment (3)                                            hours
                       CTM 130 Blueprint Reading & Estimating (3)
                       CTM 123 Building Construction Methods I (3)                                           Required: 31 credit hours
                       CTM 211 International Residential Code (3)                                            ACC 1011 Principles of Financial Accounting (3)
                       CTM 2211 Structural Design & Building Materials (3)                                   ACC 1021 Principles of Managerial Accounting (3)
                                                                                                             ACC 110 Pay roll Accounting (3)
                       Electives: 6 credit hours                                                             BUS 1001 Mathematics of Business (3)
                       Select 6 credit hours from the following courses:                                     BUS 203     Business Law (3)
                       CTM 253 Plane Surveying & Building Layout (3)                                                     or
                       CTM 175 Mechanical Systems (3)                                                        BUS 2141 Legal, Ethical, & Regulatory Issues in
                       CTM 124 Building Construction Methods II (3)                                                      Business (3)
                       1
                           Placement test and/or prerequisite required.                                      BUS 2041 Business Communications (3)
                                                                                                             BUS 206     Principles of Management (3)
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                                                                                                             BUS 207     Principles of Marketing (3)
                       Business Technologies:
 Associate of




                                                                                                             CIS 120     Introduction to Computer Information
                       AAS Degree                                                                            CIS 122
                                                                                                                         Systems (3)
                                                                                                                         Introduction to MS Word (2)
                       The Business Technologies program is                                                  CIS 123     Introduction to Excel Spreadsheets (2)
                       designed to prepare students to enter the               Coconino Consortium




                       business profession at an entry-level                                                 Specialization Options: 12 credit hours
                       position with options in General Business Management,                                 Note: Three (3) credits of Internship may be applied to
                       Small Business Management, and Accounting Specialist                                  any specialization option in consultation with a
                       by providing them with general knowledge and skills                                   Business advisor.
                       specializing in an area of interest. The program allows
                       students the option of selecting support courses to                                   General Business Management
                       strengthen their overall education and courses in their                               BUS 216     Principles of Business Finance (3)
                       area of special interest or job opportunity. This is a Tech                           Nine credit hours selected from ACC, BUS, LDR courses
                       Prep articulated program. For more information about                                  in consultation with a business advisor (9)
                       Tech Prep, see page 9.
                                                                                                             Small Business Management
                       Minimum credit hours required: 68                                                     BUS 211     Human Resources/Personnel Management (3)
                                                                                                             BUS 213     Small Business Management (3)
                       General Education Requirements: 25–28                                                 BUS 216     Principles of Business Finance (3)
                                                                                                             Three credit hours selected from ACC, BUS, or LDR
                       credit hours                                                                          courses in consultation with a business advisor (3)
                       See page 17 for courses that will satisfy General
                       Education Requirements below.                                                         Accounting Specialist
                                                                                                             Nine credit hours selected from ACC courses in
                       Composition (6)                                                                       consultation with a business advisor (9)
                       ENG 1011 College Composition I (3)                                                    Three credit hours selected from BUS, ACC, or LDR
                       ENG 1021 College Composition II (3)                                                   courses in consultation with a business advisor (3)
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Leadership Specialist                                                               CAP 103           Print Reading & Advanced Blueprints (5)
LDR 201     Leadership Basics (2)                                                   CAP 104           Concrete Formwork (5)
LDR 202     Leadership and Decision Making (2)                                      CAP 105           Framing Walls, Roofs & Decks (5)
LDR 203     Leadership and Communication (2)                                        CAP 106           Carpentry Industry Technology (5)
LDR 204     Leadership and Power (2)                                                CAP 107           Interior Systems (5)
4 credit hours selected from ACC, BUS, or CIS courses                               CAP 108           Interior Finish (5)
in consultation with a business advisor (4)
                                                                                    1
                                                                                        Placement test and/or prerequisite required.
1
    Placement test and/or prerequisite required.



Carpentry Apprenticeship:                                                           Computer Software
AAS Degree                                                                          Technology: AAS Degree
The Associate of Applied Science in                                                 The Associate of Applied Science Degree in
Carpentry Apprenticeship will prepare                     Coconino Consortium
                                                                                    Computer Software Technology is designed                     Coconino Consortium




students with the trade skills related to a                                         to prepare students for entry-level positions
career in carpentry. Completion of this degree involves                             requiring computer software application skills and/or
completion of all carpenter union-related qualification                             the ability to support end-users. The program offers
requirements of "step" trade-work experience as well as                             emphases in PC Technician, Graphic and Web Design
all union-related classroom training required to achieve                            and Application Software Specialist. This is a Tech Prep
"journeyman" status. This is a Tech Prep articulated                                articulated program. For more information about Tech
program. For more information about Tech Prep, see                                  Prep, see page 9.
page 9.
                                                                                    Minimum credit hours required: 62
Minimum hours required: 65
                                                                                    General Education Requirements: 26–27
General Education Requirements: 25                                                  credit hours
credit hours                                                                        See page 17 for courses that will satisfy General
See page 17 for courses that will satisfy General                                   Education Requirements below.
Education Requirements below.
                                                                                    Composition (6)




                                                                                                                                                                            Applied Science
                                                                                    ENG 1011 College Composition I (3)




                                                                                                                                                                             Associate of
Composition (6)
ENG 1011 College Composition I (3)                                                  ENG 1021 College Composition II (3)
ENG 1021 College Composition II (3)
                                                                                    Mathematics (4)
Mathematics (3–5)                                                                   MAT 1511 College Algebra (4)
MAT 1241 Technical Problem Solving (3) or a higher
          course selected from the approved AGEC                                    Arts/Humanities (6)
          courses in the Mathematics category.                                      Any approved General Education courses in the
                                                                                    Arts/Humanities category.
Arts/Humanities (6)
Any approved General Education courses in the                                       Social/Behavioral Sciences (6)
Arts/Humanities category.                                                           Any approved General Education courses in the
                                                                                    Social/Behavioral Sciences category.
Social/Behavioral Sciences (6)
Any approved General Education courses in the                                       Physical/Biological Sciences (4–5)
Social/Behavioral Sciences category.                                                Any approved General Education course in the
                                                                                    Physical/Biological Sciences category.
Physical/Biological Sciences (4–5)
Any approved General Education course in the                                        Degree Core Requirements: 36 credit
Physical/Biological Sciences category.                                              hours
Degree Core Requirements: 40 credit                                                 Required: 35 credit hours
hours                                                                               LDR 115     Workplace Ethics (1)
                                                                                    BUS 2041 Business Communications (3)
CAP 101           Introduction to the Carpentry Industry (5)                        CIS 110     Windows, the Internet and Online
CAP 102           Carpentry Math Applications & Metrics (5)                                     learning(3)
                                                                                    CIS 111     Principles of Programming (2)
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                       CIS 120           Introduction to Computer Information                                study workshops arranged with local contractors.
                                         Systems (3)                                                         Students may apply credit hours earned in the
                       CIS 122           Introduction to MS Word (2)                                         Construction Technology Certificate toward completion of
                       CIS 123           Introduction to Excel Spreadsheets (2)                              the AAS degree. This is a Tech Prep articulated program.
                       CIS 125           Introduction to Databases (3)                                       For more information about Tech Prep, see page 9.
                       CIS 2201          Computer Programming I (4)
                       CIS 2221          Advanced MS Word (2)                                                Minimum credit hours required: 61

                       Degree Elective Tracks: 11 credit hours                                               General Education Requirements: 25–27
                       Select at least 11 credit hours from one of the following                             credit hours
                       tracks:                                                                               See page 17 for courses that will satisfy General
                                                                                                             Education Requirements below.
                       PC Technician Track (11):
                       CIS 130    Computer Repair and A + Prep (4)                                           Composition (6)
                       CIS 1351   Basic Server Operating Systems (4)                                         ENG 1011 College Composition I (3)
                       CIS 161    UNIX Administration I (4)                                                  ENG 1021 College Composition II (3)
                       CIS 2301   Implementing and Supporting Windows (4)
                       CIS 289    Internship I (1-6)                                                         Mathematics (3–5)
                       CIS 298    Special Topics (1-6)                                                       MAT 1241 Technical Problem Solving (3)
                                                                                                                       or
                       Graphics and Web Design Track (11):                                                   MAT 1871 Pre-calculus (5)
                       ART 130    Computer Graphics (3)
                       CIS 117    Introduction to Web Page Design (2)                                        Arts/Humanities (6)
                       CIS 1271   Introduction to Desktop Publishing (3)                                     Any approved General Education courses in the
                       CIS 2171   Web Publishing I (3)                                                       Arts/Humanities category.
                       ART 1351 Photoshop (3)
                       ART 136    Digital Photography (3)                                                    Social/Behavioral Sciences (6)
                       CIS 289    Internship I (1-6)                                                         Any approved General Education courses in the
                       CIS 298    Special Topics (1-6)                                                       Social/Behavioral Sciences category.

                       Application Software Specialist Track (11):                                           Physical/Biological Sciences (4)
                       CIS 113    Introduction to PowerPoint (1)
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                                                                                                             Any approved General Education courses in the
 Associate of




                       CIS 117    Introduction to Web Page Design (2)                                        Physical/Biological Sciences category.
                       CIS 127    Introduction to Desktop Publishing (3)
                       CIS 217    Web Publishing I (3)
                       CIS 223    Advanced Excel Spreadsheets (2)
                                                                                                             Degree Core Requirements: 36 credit
                       CIS 289    Internship I (1-6)                                                         hours
                       CIS 298    Special Topics (1-6)
                                                                                                             Required: 27 credit hours
                       General Technology Track (11):                                                        DFT 1251 Architectural Drafting I (3)
                       ART 130    Computer Graphics (3)                                                      DFT 1501 AutoCAD 2D (3)
                       CIS 113    Introduction to PowerPoint (1)                                             CTM 211 International Residential Code (3)
                       CIS 117    Introduction to Web Page Design (2)                                        CTM 120 Building the Human Environment (3)
                       CIS 130    Computer Repair and A + Prep (4)                                           CTM 130 Blueprint Reading & Estimating (3)
                       CIS 2231   Advanced Excel Spreadsheets (2)                                            CTM 226 Mechanical Systems (3)
                       CIS 230    Implementing and Supporting Windows (4)                                    CTM 123 Building Construction Methods I (3)
                       CIS 289    Internship I (1-6)                                                         CTM 124 Building Construction Methods II (3)
                       CIS 298    Special Topics (1-6)                                                       CTM 288 Construction Supervision, Scheduling &
                                                                                                                         Project Management (3)
                       1
                           Placement test and/or prerequisite required.

                                                                                                             Degree Electives: 9 credit hours
                       Construction Technology:                                                              DFT 2001 AutoCAD 3D (3)
                                                                                                             DFT 2251 Architectural Drafting I – CAD (3)
                       AAS Degree                                                                            CTM 2211 Structural Design & Building Materials (3)
                                                                                                                         or
                       The Associate of Applied Science degree in                                            Any nine credits from Accounting or Business in
                       Construction Technology provides students
                                                                               Coconino Consortium


                                                                                                             consultation with an advisor.
                       with the skills to pursue a career in the construction trades                         A business ethics course is recommended.
                       or in construction management. Students will be
                  40   instructed through mastery learning components and field
                                                                                                             1
                                                                                                                 Placement test and/or prerequisite required.
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                                                                              DAN 200 Improvisation (2)
Dance: AAS Degree                                                             DAN 230¹ Intro to Choreography (3)
                                                                              DAN 201 Dance History (3)
The Associate of Applied Science in Dance is designed
for students who would like to develop their dance
                                                                              Degree Emphases: 4-12 credit hours
technique and performance skills. It will give them a
                                                                              Performance Emphasis (4)
sound foundation in technique and theory in
                                                                              Degree Electives: at least 4 credit hours selected from
preparation for application to university programs or
                                                                              the DAN prefix, with the exception of DAN 110, DAN
dance company schools for further study and
                                                                              120, and DAN 150, in consultation with a Dance advisor
performance.                                        Coconino Consortium




                                                                              Teaching Emphasis (12)
Minimum credit hours required: 60 (Performance
                                                                              DAN 215¹ Teaching Dance for Children (3)
Emphasis only)
                                                                              THR 110    Acting I 3
                                                                              ECE 210    Creative Arts for the Young Child (3)
General Education Requirements: 19                                            ECE 234    Child DevelopmenT (3)
credit hours                                                                  ¹ Placement test and/or prerequisite required.
See page 17 for courses that will satisfy General
Education Requirements below.

Composition (6)                                                               Early Childhood
ENG 101¹ College Composition I (3)
ENG 102¹ College Composition II (3)
                                                                              Education: AAS Degree
                                                                              The Associate of Applied Science degree in
Mathematics (3–5)                                                             Early Childhood Education is designed to                   Coconino Consortium




MAT 142¹ College Mathematics (3)or a higher course                            prepare students for positions within the field of Early
          selected from the approved AGEC courses                             Childhood Education. Students may apply credit hours
          in the Mathematics category.                                        earned in the Certificate in Early Childhood Education
                                                                              toward this degree. This is a Tech Prep articulated
Arts/Humanities (3)                                                           program. For more information about Tech Prep, see
Any approved General Education courses in the                                 page 9.
Arts/Humanities category.




                                                                                                                                                                    Applied Science
                                                                              Minimum credit hours required: 62




                                                                                                                                                                     Associate of
Social/Behavioral Sciences (3)
Any approved General Education courses in the
Social/Behavioral Sciences category.
                                                                              General Education Core Requirements:
                                                                              26 credit hours
Physical/Biological Sciences (4)                                              See page 17 for courses that will satisfy General
Any approved General Education courses in the                                 Education Requirements below.
Physical/Biological Sciences category.
                                                                              Composition (6)
Degree Core Requirements: 37 credit                                           ENG 1011 College Composition I (3)
                                                                              ENG 1021 College Composition II (3)
hours Required:
Modern or ballet must be taken every semester.                                Mathematics (4)
Students must choose two forms from Modern, Ballet,                           MAT 1211 Intermediate Algebra with Review (4)
or Jazz, and must take 4 semesters of the two forms for
the degree.                                                                   Arts/Humanities (6)
                                                                              Any approved General Education courses in the
DAN 221     Modern Dance II (3) X 2 semesters                                 Arts/Humanities category
DAN 222¹    Modern Dance III (3) X 2 semesters
and/or                                                                        Social/Behavioral Sciences (6)
DAN 250     Jazz Dance II (3) X 2 semesters                                   Required:
DAN 251¹    Jazz Dance III (3) X 2 semesters                                  PSY 101    Introduction to Psychology (3)
and/or                                                                        Any approved General Education course in the
DAN 211     Ballet II (3) X 2 semesters                                       Social/Behavioral Science category. (3)
DAN 212¹    Ballet III (3) X 2 semesters
DAN 151     Turkish-Egyptian Dance I (2)                                      Physical/Biological Sciences (4–5)
or                                                                            Any approved General Education course in the
DAN 153     Flamenco I (2)                                                    Physical/Laboratory Science category. (4)
DAN 180     Dance Production (3)
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                       Degree Core Requirements: 36 credit                                  Physical/Biological Sciences (4–5)
                                                                                            Choose one of the following:
                       hours                                                                BIO 1001   Biology Concepts (4)
                                                                                            BIO 1051   Environmental Biology (4)
                       Required: 30 credit hours
                                                                                            BIO 1811   Unity of Life: Life of the Cell (4)
                       ECE 100     Introductions to Early Childhood Education (3)
                                                                                            CHM 1301 Fundamental Chemistry (4)
                       ECE 110     Early Childhood Curriculum (3)
                                                                                            CHM 1511 General Chemistry I (5)
                       ECE 120     Health, Safety, & Nutrition for the Young
                                                                                            PHY 1111 College Physics I (4)
                                   Child (3)
                       ECE 200     Child Guidance (3)
                       ECE 210     Creative Arts for the Young Child (3)                    Degree Core Requirements: 42 credit
                       ECE 220     Language Arts for the Young Child (3)                    hours
                       ECE 230     Exploration & Discovery for the Young
                                   Child (3)                                                Required: 33 credit hours
                       ECE 234     Child Growth and Development (3)                         EMS 131 Emergency Medical Technician (7)
                       ECE 2401 School, Family, & Community Relations (3)                   FSC 135     Fundamentals of Fire Prevention (3)
                       ECE 2501 Children with Special Needs (3)                             FSC 136     Fire Apparatus & Hydraulics (4)
                                                                                            FSC 138     Hazardous Materials/First Responder (2)
                       Degree electives: 6 credit hours:                                    FSC 180     Fire Fighter I & II (8)
                       Select six credit hours from the following courses:                  FSC 236     Firefighter Occupational Safety (3)
                       MAT 1301 Math for Elementary School Teachers I (3)                   FSC 2381    Emergency Scene Management (3)
                       MAT 131 Math for Elementary School Teachers II (3)                   FSC 2391    Fire Department Company Officer (3)
                       EDU 200 Introduction to Education (3)
                       SPC 100      Fundamentals of Speech Communication (3)                Degree Electives: 9 credit hours
                       POS 220      Arizona & National Constitution (3)                     Select nine credit hours from the following:
                                                                                            BUS 209      Principles of Supervision (3)
                       1
                           Placement test and/or prerequisite required.
                                                                                            BUS 211      Human Resources/Personnel Management (3)
                                                                                            EMS 2111 Emergency Medical Technician Refresher (2)
                       Fire Science: AAS Degree                                             EMS 2621 Certified Emergency Paramedic (47)
                                                                                            FSC 233      Wildland Fire Suppression (3)
                                                                                            FSC 234      Fire Investigation (3)
                       The Fire Science program is designed to prepare
                                                                                            FSC 2351     Fire Protection Systems (3)
                       students to enter the Fire Science profession by
Applied Science




                                                                                            FSC 241      Firefighter Safety & Building Construction (3)
 Associate of




                       providing them with knowledge and skills which can
                       be used to enter a wide variety of positions. The                    1
                                                                                                Placement test and/or prerequisite required.
                       program allows students the option of selecting courses
                       emphasizing emergency medical, fire suppression, or
                       fire prevention.                                                     Hospitality Management:
                       Minimum credit hours required: 68                                    AAS Degree
                       General Education Requirements: 26–27                                The Hospitality Management program
                                                                                            prepares students for entry-level                    Coconino Consortium




                       credit hours                                                         management careers in the hospitality industry.
                       See page 17 for courses that will satisfy General                    Students completing this degree will develop
                       Education Requirements below.                                        knowledge and skills necessary to compete in one of
                                                                                            Arizona’s fastest growing businesses. This is a Tech
                       Composition (6)                                                      Prep articulated program. For more information about
                       ENG 1011 College Composition I (3)                                   Tech Prep, see page 9.
                       ENG 1021 College Composition II (3)
                                                                                            Minimum credit hours required: 61
                       Mathematics (4)
                       MAT 1511 College Algebra(4)
                                                                                            General Education Requirements: 25–27
                       Arts/Humanities (6)                                                  credit hours
                       Any approved General Education courses in the                        See page 17 for courses that will satisfy General
                       Arts/Humanities category.                                            Education Requirements below.

                       Social/Behavioral Sciences (6)                                       Composition (6)
                       Any approved General Education courses in the                        ENG 1011 College Composition I (3)
                       Social/Behavioral Sciences category.                                 ENG 1021 College Composition II (3)
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Mathematics (3–5)
BUS 1001 Mathematics of Business (3)                               Medical Office Assistant:
          or
MAT 1211 Intermediate Algebra with Review (4) or a
                                                                   AAS Degree
          higher course selected from the approved                 The Medical Office Assistant degree program
          AGEC courses in the Mathematics category.                prepares students for the varied and               Coconino Consortium




                                                                   expanded responsibilities involved in
Arts/Humanities (6)                                                working within medical offices today. Students will
Any approved General Education courses in the                      receive training in numerous areas, which will give
Arts/Humanities category.                                          them a complete understanding of the intricate
                                                                   workings within today’s medical businesses. Graduates
Social/Behavioral Sciences (6)                                     will have the skills necessary to obtain a position as a
Any approved General Education courses in the                      medical office assistant that will be able to perform
Social/Behavioral Sciences category.                               numerous duties in the front office. Additionally,
                                                                   graduates from the degree program will have training
Physical/Biological Sciences (4–5)                                 in writing, mathematics and additional subject areas.
Any approved General Education course in the                       This is a Tech Prep articulated program. For more
Physical/Biological Sciences category.                             information about Tech Prep, see page 9.

Degree Core Requirements: 36 credit                                Minimum credit hours required: 61
hours
                                                                   General Education Core Requirements:
Required: 27 credit hours                                          25–28 credit hours
BUS 206     Principles of Management (3)
BUS 209     Principles of Supervision (3)                          Composition (6)
BUS 218     Customer Service (3)                                   ENG 1011 College Composition I (3)
CIS 120     Introduction to Computer Information                   ENG 1021 College Composition II (3)
            Systems (3)
HRM 100 Introduction to Hospitality (3)                            Mathematics (3–5)
HRM 235 Hospitality Law (3)                                        MAT 1421 or a higher course selected from the approved
SPC 100     Fundamentals of Speech Communication (3)               AGEC courses in the Mathematics category. (3–5)




                                                                                                                                                 Applied Science
                                                                                                                                                  Associate of
Hotel Emphasis:                                                    Arts/Humanities (6)
HRM 210 Guest Service Management (3)                               Courses from two or more disciplines must be selected
HRM 220 Property Management (3)                                    from the approved General Education courses in the
                                                                   Arts/Humanities category
Restaurant Emphasis:
HRM 140 Food Production Concepts (3)                               Social/Behavioral (6)
HRM 240 Commercial Food Production (3)                             Any approved General Education courses in the Social
                                                                   and Behavioral Sciences category.
Specialization Options: 9 credit hours
Select nine credit hours from the following:                       Physical /Biological Sciences (4–5)
ACC 1011 Principles of Financial Accounting (3)                    Any approved General Education course in the
BUS 2041 Business Communications (3)                               Physical/Biological Sciences category.
BUS 211      Human Resources/Personnel Management (3)
BUS 2141 Legal, Ethical & Regulatory Issues in
             Business (3)
                                                                   Degree Core Requirements: 36–37
ECN 2041 Macroeconomic Principles (3)                              credit hours
ECN 205 Microeconomic Principles (3)
HRM 170 Hospitality Information Technology (3)                     Required: 30 credit hours
HRM 2251 Hospitality Accounting (3)                                AHS 100 Introduction to Health Services (3)
                                                                   AHS 105 Communication & Behavior in the Health
1
    Placement test and/or prerequisite required.                               Care Setting (3)
                                                                   AHS 110 Health Care Ethics & Law (3)
                                                                   AHS 1311 Medical Terminology (3)
                                                                   AHS 1351 Medical Coding, Insurance, & Billing (3)
                                                                   AHS 1371 Back Office Procedures (3)
                                                                   OIS 1301    Machine Transcription (3)

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                       CIS 120       Introduction to Computer Information                                   Degree Core Requirements: 29 credit
                                     Systems (3)
                       BUS 2041      Business Communications (3)
                                                                                                            hours
                       AHS 289       Internship I (3)
                                                                                                            Required: 36 credit hours
                                                                                                            CIS 130     Computer Repair and A+ Prep (4)
                       Degree Electives: 6 credit hours
                                                                                                            CIS 140     Cisco Networking Academy Semester 1 (4)
                       Select a minimum of six credit hours from the following
                                                                                                            CIS 1501    Cisco Networking Academy Semester 2 (4)
                       courses:
                                                                                                            CIS 1601    Cisco Networking Academy Semester 3 (4)
                       AHS 160 Phlebotomy Procedures (3)
                                                                                                            CIS 1611    Unix Administration I (4)
                       AHS 161 Phlebotomy Practicum (4)
                                                                                                            CIS 1701    Cisco Networking Academy Semester 4 (4)
                       CIS 1171    Introduction to Web Pages (2)
                                                                                                            CIS 2301    Implement & Supporting Windows (4)
                       CIS 123     Introduction to Spreadsheets (2)
                                                                                                            LDR 115     Workplace Ethics (1)
                       CIS 125     Introduction to Database (3)
                       OIS 110     Keyboarding Review & Speed (3)
                                                                                                            Choose any (9) credit hours from courses listed below in
                       OIS 200     Professional Office Skills (3)
                                                                                                            consultation with an appropriate advisor.
                       Note: AHS 161 must be taken in conjunction with AHS 160.                             CIS 125    Introduction to Databases (3)
                       1
                         Placement test and/or prerequisite required.                                       CIS 1351   Basic Server Operating Systems (4)
                                                                                                            CIS 1711   Unix Semester 2 (4)
                                                                                                            CIS 220    Computer Programming I (4)
                       Network Engineering:                                                                 CIS 2211   Computer Programming II (4)
                       AAS Degree                                                                           CIS 289
                                                                                                            CIS 298
                                                                                                                       Internship I (1-3)
                                                                                                                       Special Topics (1-3)
                       The Associate of Applied Science Degree in                                           1
                                                                                                                Placement test and/or prerequisite required.
                       Network Engineering is designed to prepare                 Coconino Consortium




                       students for positions requiring technical networking
                       skills and the ability to support businesses. The                                    Nursing: AAS Degree
                       program provides students with knowledge and skills
                       appropriate for networking occupations and the                                       The Associate of Applied Science degree in
                       opportunity to select courses to strengthen their overall                            Nursing prepares the student for licensure as       Coconino Consortium




                       education. This is a Tech Prep articulated program. For                              a Registered Nurse (RN). This program is
                       more information about Tech Prep, see page 9.                                        designed to prepare graduates for entry level nursing
Applied Science




                                                                                                            positions in a variety of health care settings. The AAS
 Associate of




                       Minimum credit hours required: 64                                                    degree in Nursing provides the graduate with an
                                                                                                            educational foundation for articulation into a university
                       General Education Requirements: 26–27                                                setting. This program has additional and specific
                                                                                                            admission requirements. Please contact the college
                       credit hours
                                                                                                            Director of Nursing for further information. This is a
                       See page 17 for courses that will satisfy General
                                                                                                            Tech Prep articulated program. For more information
                       Education Requirements below.
                                                                                                            about Tech Prep, see page 9.
                       Composition (6)
                       ENG 1011 College Composition I (3)                                                   Minimum credit hours required: 69
                       ENG 1021 College Composition II (3)
                                                                                                            Program Prerequisites: 22- 27 credit
                       Mathematics (4)
                                                                                                            hours
                       MAT 1511 College Algebra
                                                                                                            (not included in degree credit hour requirements)
                       Arts/Humanities (6)                                                                  PSY 101     Intro to Psychology (3)
                       Courses from two or more disciplines must be selected                                ENG 101 College Composition I (3)
                       from the approved General Education courses in the                                   MAT 151 College Algebra (4)
                       Arts/Humanities category.                                                            BIO 181     Unity of Life I: Life of a Cell (4)
                                                                                                            BIO 201     Anatomy & Physiology I (4)
                       Social/Behavioral Sciences (6)                                                       CHM 130 Fundamentals of Chemistry (4)
                       Courses from two or more disciplines must be selected                                            and
                       from the approved General Education courses in the                                   CNA Certificate, may include NUR 110 (4) and
                       Social/Behavioral Sciences category.                                                 NUR 111 (1)

                       Physical/Biological Sciences (4–5)                                                   General Education Core Requirements:
                       Any approved General Education course in the                                         27 credit hours
                  44   Physical/Biological Sciences category.
                                              D e g r e e s                 N o t   I n t e n d e d        f o r     T r a n s f e r


Composition (6)                                                                 Composition (6)
ENG 1011 College Composition I (3)                                              ENG 1011 College Composition I (3)
(fulfilled by prerequisite, see above)                                          ENG 1021 College Composition II (3)
ENG 1021 College Composition II (3)
                                                                                Mathematics (3–5)
Mathematics (4)                                                                 BUS 1001 Mathematics of Business (3)
MAT 1511 College Algebra (4)                                                              or
(fulfilled by prerequisite, see above)                                          MAT 1211 Intermediate Algebra with Review (4) or a
                                                                                          higher course selected from the approved
Arts/Humanities (6)                                                                       AGEC courses in the Mathematics category.
Any approved general education courses in the
Arts/Humanities Category.                                                       Arts/Humanities (6)
                                                                                Any approved General Education courses in the
Recommend courses in two different prefixes                                     Arts/Humanities category.
Social/Behavioral (3)
PSY 2401   Developmental Psychology (3)                                         Social/Behavioral Sciences (6)
                                                                                Any approved General Education courses in the
Lab Science (8)                                                                 Social/Behavioral Sciences category.
BIO 2021   Anatomy & Physiology II (4)
BIO 2051   Microbiology (4)                                                     Physical/Biological Sciences (4–5)
                                                                                Any approved General Education course in the
Degree Core Requirements: 42 credit                                             Physical/Biological Sciences category.
hours
                                                                                Degree Core Requirements: 41–44
Required: 42 credit hours                                                       credit hours
NUR 1141 Nursing Pharmacology (2)
NUR 1161 Foundations of Nursing (8)                                             Required: 35 credit hours
NUR 1221 Adult Nursing (9)                                                      ACC 100 Practical Accounting Procedures (5)
NUR 2101 Mental Health Nursing (3)                                              OIS 2001    Professional Office Skills (3)
NUR 2121 Maternal Child Nursing (6)                                             BUS 1111    Business English (3)
NUR 2201 Advanced Nursing Concepts (11)                                         CIS 112     Introduction to Windows (2)




                                                                                                                                             Applied Science
NTR 1351 Human Nutrition (3)                                                    CIS 113     Introduction to PowerPoint (1)




                                                                                                                                              Associate of
                                                                                CIS 120     Introduction to Computer Information
1
    Placement and/or prerequisite required.
                                                                                            Systems (3)
                                                                                CIS 115     Introduction to Internet (1)
Office Information                                                              CIS 123
                                                                                CIS 122
                                                                                            Introduction to Excel Spreadsheets (2)
                                                                                            Introduction to MS Word (2)
Systems: AAS Degree                                                             CIS 125
                                                                                OIS 110
                                                                                            Introduction to Databases (3)
                                                                                            Keyboarding Review & Speed (3)
The Office Information Systems program is                                       OIS 1301    Machine Transcription (3)
designed to prepare students to enter a                   Coconino Consortium
                                                                                OIS 2101    Keyboarding with Applications (3)
professional office at an entry-level position.                                 LDR 115     Workplace Ethics (1)
The program provides students with an understanding
of technology and basic workplace skills that can be                            Degree Tracks: 6–9 credit hours
applied to a wide variety of office positions. The
program allows students the option of selecting support                         General Office Information
courses to strengthen their overall education and                               Six–nine credit hours of any advisor-approved
courses in their area of special interest or job                                coursework consistent with degree goals/focus.
opportunity. This is a Tech Prep articulated program.
For more information about Tech Prep, see page 9.                               Legal
                                                                                OIS 2401    Legal Transcription (3)
Minimum credit hours required: 66                                               AJS 150     Rules of Criminal Procedures (3)
                                                                                PAR 100     Introduction to Paralegal Studies (3)
General Education Requirements: 25–28                                           PAR 1051 Legal computer Applications (3)
                                                                                Three credit hours of any advisor-approved coursework
credit hours                                                                    consistent with degree goals/focus
See page 17 for courses that will satisfy General
Education Requirements below.                                                   Medical
                                                                                AHS 131     Medical Terminology I (3)
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                       AHS 1351 Medical Coding, Insurance and Billing (3)                                           Required: 44–45 credit hours
                       OIS 2301    Medical Transcription I (3)                                                      PAR 100     Introduction to Paralegal Studies (3)
                       Three credit hours of any advisor-approved coursework                                        PAR 1041 Will, Trusts & Probate (3)
                       consistent with degree goals/focus                                                           PAR 1051 Legal Computer Applications (2)
                                                                                                                    PAR 2031 Family Law (3)
                       Optional: 1– 6 credit hours                                                                  PAR 2091 Administrative Law (2)
                       OIS 2892   Internship I (1–6)                                                                            or
                                                                                                                    AJS 209     Jurisdictional Issues on Federal & Indian
                       1
                         Placement text and/or prerequisite required.                                                           Land (3)
                       2
                         It is strongly recommended that students enroll in this optional course
                       in addition to the required credit hours for completion of the AAS
                                                                                                                    PAR 2101 Bankruptcy Procedures (2)
                       degree in Office Information Systems. Please see catalog for course                          PAR 2151 Legal Research & Writing 1 (3)
                       description.
                                                                                                                    PAR 2161 Legal Research & Writing 2 (3)
                                                                                                                    PAR 2201 Civil Tort Litigation I (3)
                                                                                                                    PAR 2211 Civil Tort Litigation II (3)
                       Paralegal Studies:                                                                           RES 105     Real Estate Law (3)
                       AAS Degree                                                                                   CIS 122
                                                                                                                    AJS 1501
                                                                                                                                Introduction to MS Word (2)
                                                                                                                                Rules of Criminal Procedure (3)
                                                                                                                    ACC 1011 Principles of Accounting (3)
                       The Paralegal Program is designed to prepare
                                                                                          Coconino Consortium       BUS 2041 Business Communications (3)
                       students to enter the workforce in an                                                        PAR 2891 Internship I (3)
                       advanced capacity to assist in a legal environment. It
                       will provide the student with the knowledge and skills                                       1
                                                                                                                        Placement test and/or prerequisite required.
                       to obtain employment in the fast-paced legal field of
                       today. Students should be prepared for a rigorous
                       course of study, which will demand intense oral, written                                     Paramedic Studies:
                       and listening communication and research skills. This is
                       a Tech Prep articulated program. For more information
                                                                                                                    AAS Degree
                       For more information about Tech Prep, see page 9.                                            The Paramedic Science program is designed to prepare
                                                                                                                    students to enter the paramedic profession by providing
                       Minimum credit hours required: 70                                                            them with the knowledge and skills which can be used
                                                                                                                    to enter the paramedic field.
                       General Education Requirements: 26–27
                       credit hours                                                                                 Minimum credit hours required: 66
Applied Science
 Associate of




                       See page 17 for courses that will satisfy General
                       Education Requirements below.                                                                General Education Requirements: 19
                                                                                                                    credit hours
                       Composition (6)                                                                              See page 17 for courses that will satisfy General
                       ENG 1011 College Composition I (3)                                                           Education Requirements below.
                       ENG 1021 College Composition II (3)
                                                                                                                    Composition (6)
                       Mathematics (4)                                                                              ENG 1011 College Composition I (3)
                       MAT 1511 College Algebra (4)                                                                 ENG 1021 College Composition II (3)

                       Arts/Humanities (6)                                                                          Mathematics (4)
                       Courses from two disciplines must be selected from the                                       MAT 1511 College Algebra (4)
                       approved General Education courses in the
                                                                                                                    Arts/Humanities (3)
                       Arts/Humanities category.
                                                                                                                    One course must be selected from the approved General
                                                                                                                    Education courses in the Arts/Humanities category.
                       Social/Behavioral Sciences (6)
                       BUS 203     Business Law (3) &                                                               Social/Behavioral Sciences (6)
                       One course from the approved General Education                                               Courses from two disciplines must be selected from the
                       courses in the Social and Behavioral Sciences category.                                      approved General Education course list in the
                                                                                                                    Social/Behavioral Sciences category.
                       Physical/Biological Sciences (4–5)
                       Any approved General Education courses in the                                                Degree Core requirements: 47 credit
                       Physical/Biological Sciences category.
                                                                                                                    hours
                       Degree Core requirements: 44–45 credit                                                       Required: 47 credit hours
                       hours                                                                                        EMS 2621 Certified Emergency Paramedic (47)
                  46                                                                                                1
                                                                                                                        Placement test and/or prerequisite required.
                                               D e g r e e s   N o t       I n t e n d e d                f o r       T r a n s f e r


Sheet Metal                                                        Associate of General
Apprenticeship:
AAS Degree
                                                                   Studies: AGS Degree
                                                                   The Associate of General Studies Degree is designed for
The Associate of Applied Science in Sheet Metal                    students who wish to broaden their knowledge, but
Apprenticeship will prepare students with the trade                have no university major or vocational goal in mind.
skills related to a career in sheet metal. Completion of           This degree requires a minimum of 60 credit hours with
this degree involves completion of all sheet metal                 a cumulative CCC grade point average of 2.00 or a
union-related qualification requirements of "step" trade-          higher course selected from the approved AGEC
work experience as well as all union-related classroom             courses in the Mathematics category.. Students must
training required to achieve "journeyman" status                   complete a minimum of 25 credit hours of General
                                                                   Education courses but are otherwise free to explore new
Minimum hours required: 75                                         areas of interest. A maximum of 12 credit hours may be
                                                                   completed in courses numbered below 100. This degree
General Education Requirements: 25                                 is not recommended for students planning to transfer to
credit hours                                                       a university. The Associate of General Studies Degree is
See page 17 for courses that will satisfy General                  intended as an alternative degree which recognizes the
Education Requirements below.                                      mission of the community college that education is a
                                                                   lifelong process.
Composition (6)
ENG 1011 College Composition I (3)                                 Minimum credit hours required: 60
ENG 1021 College Composition II (3)
                                                                   General Education Requirements: 25–27
Mathematics (3–5)                                                  Credit Hours
MAT 1241 Technical Problem Solving (3) or a higher                 See page 17 for courses that will satisfy General
          course selected from the approved AGEC                   Education Requirements below.
          courses in the Mathematics category.
                                                                   Composition (6)
Arts/Humanities (6)                                                ENG 1011 College Composition I (3) &
Any approved General Education courses in the                      ENG 1021 College Composition II (3)
Arts/Humanities category.
                                                                   Mathematics (3–5)
Social/Behavioral Sciences (6)                                     MAT 1211 Intermediate Algebra with Review (4) or a
Any approved General Education courses in the                                higher course selected from the approved
Social/Behavioral Sciences category.                                         AGEC courses in the Mathematics category.

Physical/Biological Sciences (4–5)                                 Arts/Humanities (6)
Any approved General Education course in the                       Any approved General Education courses in the
Physical/Biological Sciences category.                             Arts/Humanities category.


                                                                                                                                             General Studies
                                                                                                                                              Associate of
Degree Core Requirements: 50 credit                                Social/Behavioral Sciences (6)
hours                                                              Any approved General Education courses in the
                                                                   Social/Behavioral Sciences category.
SMT 101           Sheet Metal I (5)
SMT 1021          Sheet Metal II (5)                               Physical/Biological Sciences (4–5)
SMT 1031          Sheet Metal III (5)                              Any approved General Education course from the
SMT 1041          Sheet Metal IV (5)                               Physical/Biological Sciences category.
SMT 1051          Sheet Metal V (5)
SMT 1061          Sheet Metal VI (5)                               Electives: 33–36 Credit Hours
SMT 1071          Sheet Metal VII (5)                              Select 33–36 credit hours either in a variety of
SMT 1081          Sheet Metal VIII (5)                             disciplines or in an area of concentration.
SMT 1091          Sheet Metal IX (5)                               1
                                                                       Placement test and/or prerequisite required.
SMT 1101          Sheet Metal X (5)
1
    Placement test and/or prerequisite required.



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                    Certificate Programs                                                         BUS 1001 Mathematics of Business (3)
                                                                                                 BUS 111 Business English (3)
                                                                                                 CIS 113 Introduction to PowerPoint (1)
                                                                                                 CIS 115 Introduction to Internet (1)
                    Accounting Technician                                                        CIS 120 Introduction to Computer Information Systems (3)
                    Certificate                                                                  CIS 122 Introduction to MS Word (2)
                                                                                                 CIS 123 Introduction to Excel Spreadsheets (2)
                                                                                                 CIS 2221 Advanced MS Word (2)
                    The Accounting Technician Certificate
                                                                                                 OIS 110 Keyboarding Review & Speed (3)
                    program is designed to prepare students for            Coconino Consortium



                                                                                                 OIS 1301 Machine Transcription (3)
                    employment as full-charge bookkeepers and accounting
                                                                                                 OIS 2001 Professional Office Skills (3)
                    technicians. Included in the curricula are practical
                                                                                                 OIS 2101 Keyboarding & Applications (3)
                    applications and computer knowledge. Students may
                                                                                                 LDR 115 Workplace Ethics (1)
                    apply earned accounting credit hours of this program
                    toward the Associate of Applied Science degree in
                                                                                                 Optional: 3–6 Credit Hours
                    Business Technologies with an Accounting                                     OIS 2892 Internship I (3-6)
                    Specialization. This is a Tech Prep articulated program.
                    For more information about Tech Prep, see page 9.                            1 Placement test and/or prerequisite required.
                                                                                                 2 It is strongly recommended that students enroll in this optional course
                                                                                                 in addition to the required credit hours for completion of the Clerical
                    Minimum credit hours required: 33                                            Certificate. Please see catalog for course description.



                    Certificate Requirements: 33–35 credit                                       Alternative Energy
                    hours
                                                                                                 Technician Certificate
                    ACC 100           Practical Accounting Procedures (5)
                                      or                                                         Intermediate Certificate
                    ACC 1011          Principles of Accounting I (3)                             The Intermediate Certificate in Alternative
                    ACC 206           Computerized Accounting (3)                                Energy is designed to introduce the student                     Coconino Consortium




                    ACC 1101          Payroll Accounting (3)                                     to the construction and electrical industries and,
                    BUS 1001          Mathematics of Business (3)                                provide the foundations for hazard recognition and
                    BUS 2041          Business Communications (3)                                safety. Students are introduced to design issues
                    CIS 122           Introduction to MS Word (2)                                associated with home construction, community
                    CIS 123           Introduction to Excel Spreadsheets (2)                     development and passive solar design. This is a Tech
                    CIS 2231          Advanced Excel Spreadsheets (2)                            Prep articulated program. For more information about
                    ENG 1011          College Composition I (3)                                  Tech Prep, see page 9.

                    Nine credit hours selected from ACC courses in                               Minimum credit hours required: 19
                    consultation with a business advisor (9)
                    1
                        Placement test and/or prerequisite required
                                                                                                 Certificate Requirements: 19 credit
                                                                                                 hours
                    Administrative Office                                                        BUS 111        Business English (3)
                    Specialist Certificate                                                       CTM 120        Building the Human Environment (3)
                                                                                                 CTM 122        Construction Materials & Equipment Safety (3)
                    The Administrative Office Specialist                                         CTM 123        Building Construction Methods I
                    Certificate program is designed to prepare            Coconino Consortium
                                                                                                 CTM 235        Solar Home Design (3)
                    students for a professional office setting and enhance                       MAT 1211       Intermediate Algebra with Review (4)
                    office/clerical skills and knowledge. Students may
                    apply credit hours earned in this program toward the                         Advanced Certificate
                    Associate of Applied Science degree in Office                                The Advanced Certificate in Alternative Energy
                    Information Systems. This is a Tech Prep articulated                         improves the student’s expertise and knowledge in
                    program. For more information about Tech Prep, see
Certificates




                                                                                                 construction from an economic perspective. This
                    page 9.                                                                      certificate advances electrical skills with particular
                                                                                                 applications in photovoltaic and windpower electrical
                    Minimum credit hours required: 30                                            generation.

                    Certificate Requirements: 30 credit                                          Minimum credit hours required: 47
                    hours
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Certificate Requirements: 47 credit                                                       mastery learning and hands-on application. This is a
                                                                                          Tech Prep articulated program. For more information
hours                                                                                     regarding Tech Prep, see page 9.
Completion of the Intermediate Certificate (22)
                                                                                          Minimum credit hours required: 24
CIS 120   Introduction to Computer Information
          Systems (3)
DFT 110   Technical Drafting & CAD Fundamentals (3)                                       Certificate Requirements: 24 credit hours
ECN 205 Micro Economics Principles (3)
CTM 130 Blueprint Reading (3)                                                             DFT 110           Technical Drafting & CAD Fundamentals (3)
CTM 1242 Building Construction Methods II (3)                                             DFT 125 1         Architectural Drafting I (3)
CTM 236 Photovoltaics & Wind Power (3)                                                    DFT 150 1         AutoCAD 2D (3)
CTM 250 Innovative & Alternative Building                                                 DFT 200 1         AutoCAD 3D (3)
          Techniques (3)                                                                  DFT 225 1         Architectural Drafting I: CAD (3)
MAT 124 Technical Problem Solving (3)                                                     DFT 260 1         Architectural Drafting II: CAD (3)
                                                                                          CTM 120           Building the Human Environment (3)
Placement test and/or prerequisite required.
1
                                                                                          CTM 130           Blueprint Reading & Estimating (3)
May substitute CTM 298 with consent of department chair.
2


                                                                                          1
                                                                                              Placement test and/or prerequisite required.

Application Software
Specialist Certificate                                                                    AGEC-A
                                                                                          AGEC-A is a 35-credit lower-division General Education
The Application Software Specialist                                                       curriculum block that fulfills the lower-division General
Certificate is designed to develop                         Coconino Consortium

                                                                                          Education requirements of liberal arts majors at all three
professional skills related to office                                                     Arizona State Universities. (e.g., Anthropology, Social
application software. Credit hours earned in this                                         Science, Fine Arts, and Humanities).
program may be applied toward the Associate of
Applied Science degree in Computer Software                                               Minimum credit hours required: 35
Technology. This is a Tech Prep articulated program. For
more information about Tech Prep, see page 9.                                             Certificate Requirements: 35 Credit Hours
Minimum credit hours required: 18                                                         Composition 6
                                                                                          ENG 101 College Composition I (3)
Application Software Specialist: 18                                                       ENG 102 College Composition II (3)
credit hours                                                                              Mathematics 3–5
                                                                                          MAT 142 College Mathematics (3) or a higher course
CIS 120           Intro to Computer Info Systems (3)                                                selected from the approved AGEC courses
CIS 110           Windows, The Internet, and Online                                                 in the Mathematics category.
                  Learning (3)
CIS 122           Introduction to MS Word (2)                                             Arts/Humanities 6–9
CIS 123           Introduction to Excel Spreadsheets (2)                                  Courses from two or more disciplines must be selected
CIS 125           Introduction to Databases (3)                                           from the approved General Education courses in the
CIS 113           Introduction to PowerPoint (1)                                          Arts/Humanities category.
CIS 2221          Advanced MS Word (2)
CIS 2231          Advanced Excel Spreadsheets (2)                                         Social/Behavioral Sciences 6–9
                                                                                          Courses from two or more disciplines must be selected
1
    Placement test and/or prerequisite required.
                                                                                          from the approved General Education courses in the
                                                                                          Social/Behavioral Sciences category.
Architectural CAD                                                                         Physical/Biological Sciences 8–10
Technician Certificate                                                                    Any two courses may be taken from the
                                                                                                                                                                       Certificates




                                                                                          Physical/Biological Sciences category.
The Architectural CAD Technician
Certificate will provide students with a                            Coconino Consortium
                                                                                          Options* 0–6
solid foundation in the field of architectural                                            General Education Options may be selected from the
construction drafting. This certificate can lead to an                                    above categories or from the Options category.
AAS degree in Architectural Design Technology. The                                        *0–6 hours may be taken in the Options category as needed to complete
fundamentals of drafting are performed through                                            the minimum 35 hours required for the AGEC.

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                    Special Requirements
                    Each Special Requirement must be met within the                         AGEC-S
                    General Education Requirements:
                    • Intensive Writing/Critical Inquiry                                    AGEC-S is a 35-credit lower-division General Education
                    • Ethnic/Race/Gender Awareness                                          curriculum block that fulfills the lower-division General
                    • Contemporary Global/International Awareness or                        Education requirements of majors with more stringent
                      Historical Awareness                                                  mathematics and mathematics-based science
                                                                                            requirements at all three Arizona State Universities. (e.g.
                                                                                            Biology or Chemistry).
                    AGEC-B                                                                  Minimum credit hours required: 35
                    AGEC-B is a 35-credit lower-division General Education
                    curriculum block that fulfills the lower-division General               Certificate Requirements: 35 Credit Hours
                    Education requirements of business majors at all three
                    Arizona State Universities. (e.g. Business                              Composition 6
                    Administration, Computer Information Systems)                           ENG 101 College Composition I (3)
                                                                                            ENG 102 College Composition II (3)
                    Note: Associate in Business degree core courses may not
                    be used to satisfy AGEC-B requirements.                                 Mathematics 5
                                                                                            MAT 220 Calculus & Analytic Geometry I (5)
                    Minimum credit hours required: 35
                                                                                            Arts/Humanities 6–9
                    Certificate Requirements: 35 Credit Hours                               Courses from two or more disciplines must be selected
                                                                                            from the approved general education courses in the
                    Composition 6                                                           Arts/Humanities category.
                    ENG 101 College Composition I (3)
                    ENG 102 College Composition II (3)                                      Social/Behavioral Sciences 6–9
                                                                                            Courses from two or more disciplines must be selected
                    Mathematics 3–5                                                         from the approved General Education courses in the
                    MAT 212 Business Calculus (3) or a higher course                        Social/Behavioral category.
                              selected from the approved AGEC courses
                              in the Mathematics category.                                  Physical/Biological Sciences 8–10
                                                                                            BIO 181    Unity of Life I: Life of the Cell (4) &
                    Arts/Humanities 6–9                                                     BIO 182    Unity of Life II: Multi–cellular Organisms(4)
                    Courses from two or more disciplines must be selected                              or
                    from the approved General Education courses in the                      CHM 151 General Chemistry I (5) &
                    Arts/Humanities category.                                               CHM 152 General Chemistry II (5)
                                                                                                       or
                    Social/Behavioral Sciences 6–9                                          PHY 161 University Physics I (4) &
                    Courses from two or more disciplines must be selected                   PHY 262 University Physics II (4)
                    from the approved General Education courses in the
                    Social/Behavioral category.                                             Options* 0–6
                                                                                            General Education Options may be selected from the
                    Physical/Biological Sciences 8–10                                       above categories or from the Options category.
                    Any two courses may be taken from the Laboratory                        *0–6 hours may be taken in the Options category as needed to complete
                    Sciences category.                                                      the minimum 35 hours required for the AGEC.


                    Options* 0–6                                                            Special Requirements
                    General Education Options may be selected from the                      Each Special Requirement must be met within the
                    above categories or from the Options category.                          General Education Requirements:
                                                                                            • Intensive Writing/Critical Inquiry
                    *0–6 hours may be taken in the Options category as needed to complete
                    the minimum 35 hours required for the AGEC.
                                                                                            • Ethnic/Race/Gender Awareness
Certificates




                                                                                            • Contemporary Global/International Awareness or
                    Special Requirements                                                      Historical Awareness
                    Each Special Requirement must be met within the
                    General Education Requirements:
                    • Intensive Writing/Critical Inquiry
                    • Ethnic/Race/Gender Awareness
                    • Contemporary Global/International Awareness or
               50     Historical Awareness
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                                                                          Completion of the Intermediate Certificate (20)
Basic Detention Academy                                                   CAP 105 Framing Walls, Roofs & Decks (5)
Certificate                                                               CAP 106 Carpentry Industry Technology (5)
                                                                          CAP 107 Interior Systems (5)
The Coconino Community College Basic Detention                            CAP 108 Interior Finish (5)
Academy is designed to provide entry level training to
detention/corrections officer staff, meeting Arizona
Detention Association standards.
                                                                          Computer Aided Drafting
                                                                          Technician Certificate
Minimum credit hours required: 13
                                                                          The Computer Aided Drafting Certificate will
Certificate Requirements: 13 credit                                       provide students with a solid foundation in                  Coconino Consortium




hours                                                                     the field of CAD as a tool for various drafting
                                                                          technologies. Those students who are exploring the field
AJS 216 The Coconino Community College Basic                              of Computer Aided Drafting or are in need of
Detention Academy is designed to provide entry level                      developing computerized skills will find this certificate
training to detention/corrections officer staff, meeting                  challenging and beneficial for future applications. This
Arizona Detention Association standards.                                  is a Tech Prep articulated program. For more
                                                                          information about Tech Prep, see page 9.

Carpentry Apprenticeship                                                  Minimum credit hours required: 9

Certificate                                                               Certificate Requirements: 9 credit hours
Intermediate Certificate                                                  CIS 120           Introduction to Computer Information
The Intermediate Certificate in Carpentry is        Coconino Consortium
                                                                                            Systems (3)
designed to introduce the student to the                                  DFT 1501          AutoCAD 2D (3)
carpentry industry. It provides the foundational classes                  DFT 2001          AutoCAD 3D (3)
in the carpentry and construction trades as well as
introduces field techniques and applications in a
                                                                          1
                                                                              Placement test and/or prerequisite required.

progressively complicated sequence. This is a Tech Prep
articulated program. For more information about Tech
Prep, see page 9.
                                                                          Computer Software
Minimum credit hours required: 20
                                                                          Technology Certificate
                                                                          The Computer Technician Certificate is
Certificate Requirements: 20 credit                                       designed to develop professional skills                      Coconino Consortium




hours                                                                     related to computer hardware and software support and
                                                                          maintenance. Students in this program are encouraged
CAP 101     Introduction to the Carpentry Industry (5)                    to test for Microsoft Certified Professional in Windows
CAP 102     Carpentry Math Applications & Metrics (5)                     and A+ Certification. Students may also apply credit
CAP 103     Print Reading & Advanced Blueprints (5)                       hours earned in this program toward the Associate of
CAP 104     Concrete Formwork (5)                                         Applied Science degree in Computer Software
                                                                          Technology. This is a Tech Prep articulated program. For
                                                                          more information about Tech Prep, see page 9.
Advanced Certificate
The Advanced Certificate in Carpentry is designed to
                                                                          Minimum credit hours required: 19
continue to improve the student’s expertise in the
construction industry. It provides more advanced
classes in the carpentry and construction trades as well                  Computer Technician Certificate: 19
as field techniques and applications in a progressively                   credit hours
complicated sequence.
                                                                                                                                                                  Certificates




                                                                          CIS 120           Intro to Computer Information Systems (3)
Minimum credit hours required: 40                                         CIS 130           Computer Repair and A+ Prep (4)
                                                                          CIS 1351          Basic Server Operating Systems (4)
Certificate Requirements: 40 credit                                       CIS 1611          Unix Administration I (4)
                                                                          CIS 2301          Implementing and Supporting Windows (4)
hours
                                                                          1
                                                                              Placement test and/or prerequisite required.

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                    Computer Technician                                                              Early Childhood Education
                    Certificate                                                                      Certificate
                    The Computer Technician Certificate is                                           The Certificate in Early Childhood Education
                    designed to develop professional skills                    Coconino Consortium

                                                                                                     is designed to prepare students for positions                        Coconino Consortium




                    related to computer hardware and software support and                            within the field of early childhood education. Students
                    maintenance. Students in this program are encouraged                             may apply credit hours earned in the certificate toward
                    to test for Microsoft Certified Professional in Windows                          the Associate of Applied Science degree in Early
                    and A+ Certification. Students may also apply credit                             Childhood Education. This is a Tech Prep articulated
                    hours earned in this program toward the Associate of                             program. For more information about Tech Prep, see
                    Applied Science degree in Computer Software                                      page 9.
                    Technology. This is a Tech Prep articulated program. For
                    more information about Tech Prep, see page 9.                                    Minimum credit hours required: 33

                    Minimum credit hours required: 19                                                Certificate Requirements: 33 credit
                                                                                                     hours
                    Computer Technician Certificate: 19
                    credit hours                                                                     ECE 100           Introductions to Early Childhood Education (3)
                                                                                                     ECE 110           Early Childhood Curriculum (3)
                    CIS 120           Intro to Computer Information Systems (3)                      ECE 120           Health, Safety & Nutrition for the Young
                    CIS 130           Computer Repair and A+ Prep (4)                                                  Child (3)
                    CIS 1351          Basic Server Operating Systems (4)                             ECE 2001          Child Guidance (3)
                    CIS 1611          Unix Administration I (4)                                      ECE 210           Creative Arts for the Young Child (3)
                    CIS 2301          Implementing and Supporting Windows (4)                        ECE 220           Language Arts for the Young Child (3)
                                                                                                     ECE 230           Exploration & Discovery for the Young
                    1
                        Placement test and/or prerequisite required.                                                   Child (3)
                                                                                                     ECE 2401          School, Family & Community Relations (3)
                                                                                                     ECE 234           Child Growth & Development (3)
                    Construction Technology                                                          ECE 2501          Children with Special Needs (3)
                    Certificate                                                                      PSY 101           Introduction to Psychology (3)
                                                                                                     1
                                                                                                         Prerequisite of PSY 101. Placement test and/or prerequisite required.
                    The Construction Technology Certificate
                    provides students with a technical                         Coconino Consortium




                    foundation required to compete in today’s construction                           Employment Success
                    field. Students will be instructed through mastery
                    learning components and field study workshops
                                                                                                     Certificate
                    arranged with local contractors. Students may apply
                                                                                                     The Employment Success Certificate is
                    credit hours earned in this program toward the
                                                                                                     designed to provide students with a basic
                    Associate of Applied Science degree in Construction                                                                                                   Coconino Consortium



                                                                                                     foundation in essential skills for the
                    Technology. This is a Tech Prep articulated program. For
                                                                                                     workplace. Students may apply the skills gained from
                    more information about Tech Prep, see page 9.
                                                                                                     this program to other certificates or degrees. This is a
                    Minimum credit hours required: 21                                                Tech Prep articulated program. For more information
                                                                                                     about Tech Prep, see page 9.
                    Certificate Requirements: 21–23 credit                                           Minimum credit hours required: 16
                    hours
                                                                                                     Certificate Requirements: 16 credit
                    DFT 1251          Architectural Drafting I (3)
                    ENG 1001          Fundamentals of Composition (3)
                                                                                                     hours
                    CTM 120           Building the Human Environment (3)
Certificates




                                                                                                     BUS 111           Business English (3)
                    CTM 123           Building Construction Methods I (3)
                                                                                                     CIS 102           Computer Literacy (2)
                    CTM 124           Building Construction Methods II (3)
                                                                                                     LDR 115           Workplace Ethics (1)
                    CTM 130           Blueprint Reading & Estimating (3)
                                                                                                     HDE 102           College Study Skills (3)
                    MAT 1241          Technical Problem Solving (3)
                                                                                                     HDE 104           Employment Success Strategies (3)
                                      or
                                                                                                     MAT 055           Arithmetic Review (3)
                    MAT 1871          Pre-calculus (5)
                                                                                                     OIS 100           Keyboarding (1)
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                        Placement test and/or prerequisite required.
                                                                    C e r t i f i c a t e                   P r o g r a m s


Optional Content Areas: 0–9 credit                       Certificate Requirements: 40 credit
hours                                                    hours
Hospitality—Hotel Emphasis                               Completion of the Fire Science Intermediate
HRM 100 Introduction to Hospitality (3)                  Certificate (17)
HRM 210 Guest Service Management (3)                     EMS 1311 Emergency Medical Technician (7)
BUS 218    Customer Service (3)                          FSC 135      Fundamentals of Fire Prevention (3)
                                                         FSC 136      Fire Apparatus & Hydraulics (4)
Hospitality—Restaurant Emphasis                          FSC 234      Fire Investigation (3)
HRM 100 Introduction to Hospitality (3)                  FSC 2391     Fire Department Company Officer (3)
HRM 140 Food Production Concepts (3)                     FSC 241      Firefighter Safety & Building Construction (3)
BUS 218    Customer Service (3)
                                                         1
                                                             Placement test and/or prerequisite required.

Clerical
OIS 110     Keyboarding Review & Speed (3)               Forensics Certificate
OIS 200     Professional Office Skills (3)
BUS 218     Customer Service (3)                         The Forensic Investigations Certificate is designed for
                                                         individuals seeking an introduction to the field of
Computer Software                                        forensic investigations. This certificate provides
CIS 112   Introduction to Windows (2)                    training to new students and is designed to enhance
CIS 120   Introduction to Computer Information           skills of those currently involved in criminal justice and
          Systems (3)                                    medical professions.
CIS 122   Introduction to MS Word (2)
CIS 123   Introduction to Excel Spreadsheets (2)         Minimum credit hours required: 28

                                                         Certificate Requirements: 28 credit
Fire Science Certificate                                 hours
Intermediate Certificate                                 AJS 250           Criminal Investigations (3)
The Fire Science Intermediate Certificate program is
                                                         AJS 220           Rules of Evidence (3)
designed to introduce basic skills and to assist those
                                                         AJS 101           Introduction to Administration of Justice (3)
who desire to enhance their abilities on the job.
                                                         ENG 1371          Introduction to Technical Writing (3)
Included in the curriculum are practical applications
                                                         BIO1601           Introduction to Human Anatomy &
and knowledge. Students may apply credit hours
                                                                           Physiology (4)
earned in this program toward the Associate of Applied
                                                         FOR 101           Introduction to Forensics (3)
Science degree in Fire Science.
                                                         FOR 150           Death Investigations (3)
                                                         FOR 170           Forensic Interviewing (3)
Minimum credit hours required: 17
                                                         FOR 289           Forensic Investigation Internship (3)

Certificate Requirements: 17 credit                      1
                                                             Placement test and/or prerequisite required.

hours
FSC 180     Firefighter I & II (8)
                                                         Geographic Information
FSC 138     Hazardous Materials/First Responder (3)      Systems (GIS) Certificate
FSC 236     Firefighter Occupational Safety (3)
FSC 238     Emergency Scene Management (3)               The Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Basic
                                                         Certificate will provide students with a solid foundation
Advanced Certificate                                     in the utilization of GIS as a tool for various spatial
The Fire Science Advanced Certificate program is         analysis applications. Coursework includes the
designed to introduce basic skills and to assist those   introduction of the basic concepts of spatial analysis,
who desire to enhance their abilities on the job.        history of GIS technology, an understanding of the
                                                                                                                                   Certificates




Included in the curriculum are practical applications    principles of cartography, map interpretation, and
and knowledge. Students may apply the hours of this      student preparation for operation of ArcView GIS
program toward the Associate of Applied Science          software packages. Coursework also includes the
degree in Fire Science.                                  technical and quality control aspects of ArcView,
                                                         exposure to ArcView applications in spatial analysis,
Minimum credit hours required: 40                        and an internship practicum using ArcView in a GIS
                                                         analysis project.
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                    Basic Certificate                                                                Intermediate Certificate
                    Minimum credit hours required: 18                                                Minimum credit hours required: 27

                    Certificate Requirements: 18 credit                                              Certificate Requirements: 27 credit
                    hours                                                                            hours
                    GEO 131           Introduction to Physical Geography (4)                         BUS 111        Business English (3)
                    GIS 101           Geographic Information Systems (4)                             BUS 1001       Mathematics of Business (3)
                    CIS 120           Introduction to Computer Information                           BUS 209        Principles of Supervision (3)
                                      Systems (3)                                                    BUS 218        Customer Service (3)
                    GIS 201           Introduction to ArcView (3)                                    CIS 120        Introduction to Computer Science (3)
                    GIS 289           Internship I (4)                                               HRM 100        Introduction to Hospitality (3)
                                                                                                     SPC 100        Speech Communication (3)
                    1
                        Placement test and/or prerequisite required.

                                                                                                     Restaurant Emphasis
                                                                                                     HRM 140 Food Production Concepts (3)
                    Graphics and Web Design                                                          HRM 170 Hospitality Information Technology (3)
                    Certificate                                                                                 or
                                                                                                     Hotel Emphasis
                    The Graphics and Web Design Certificate is                                       HRM 210 Guest Service Management (3)
                    designed to develop professional skills in                 Coconino Consortium
                                                                                                     HRM 220 Property Management (3)
                    computer graphics and web page design.
                    Students may apply some of the credit hours earned in                            Advanced Certificate
                    this program toward the Associate of Applied Science
                    degree in Computer Software Technology. This is a Tech                           Minimum credit hours required: 39
                    Prep articulated program. For more information about
                    Tech Prep, see page 9.                                                           Certificate Requirements: 39 credit
                                                                                                     hours
                    Minimum credit hours required: 25
                                                                                                     Completion of the Intermediate Hospitality
                    Graphics and Web Design: 25 credit                                               Administration Certificate (27)
                    hours                                                                            ACC 1011 Principles of Financial Accounting (3)
                                                                                                     BUS 211    Human Resources/Personnel Management (3)
                    CIS 120           Intro to Computer Info Systems (3)                             HRM 170 Hospitality Information Technology (3)
                    CIS 110           Windows, The Internet, and Online                              HRM 2251 Hospitality Accounting (3)
                                      Learning (3)                                                   HRM 235 Hospitality Law (3)
                    ART 1301          Computer Graphics (3)
                                                                                                     Placement test and/or prerequisite required.
                                                                                                     1

                    CIS 117           Introduction to Web Page Design (2)
                    CIS 122           Introduction to MS Word (2)
                    CIS 1271
                    CIS 2171
                                      Introduction to Desktop Publishing (3)
                                      Web Publishing (3)
                                                                                                     Industrial Maintenance
                    ART 1351          Photoshop (3)                                                  Technician Certificate
                    ART 136           Digital Photography (3)
                                                                                                     The Industrial Maintenance Technician Certificate is
                    1
                        Placement test and/or prerequisite required.
                                                                                                     designed for students who are completing the
                                                                                                     maintenance apprenticeship program at the Navajo
                    Hospitality Certificate                                                          Generating Station.

                                                                                                     Certificate Requirements: 14-20 credit hours
                    The hospitality program prepares students
Certificates




                    for entry-level positions in the hospitality               Coconino Consortium




                    industry. Students completing this certificate                                   Core Requirements: 5 credit hours
                    will develop fundamental skills in which to compete in                           PPO 110        Maintenance Fundamentals (5)
                    one of Arizona’s fastest growing businesses. This is a
                    Tech Prep articulated program. For more information                              Specialization Options: 9-15 credit
                    about Tech Prep, see page 9.                                                     hours
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Plant Electrician                                                         CIS 123         Introduction to Excel Spreadsheets (2)
PPO 150     Electrician/Instrument Tech II (4)                            CIS 2221        Advanced MS Word (2)
PPO 200     Plant Electrician III (3)                                     OIS 110         Keyboarding Review & Speed (3)
PPO 250     Plant Electrician IV(3)                                       OIS 1301        Machine Transcription (3)
                                                                          OIS 2001        Professional Office Skills (3)
Plant Mechanic                                                            OIS 2101        Keyboarding with Applications (3)
PPO 151   Plant Mechanic II (5)                                           OIS 2401        Legal Transcription (3)
PPO 201   Plant Mechanic III (3)                                          LDR 115         Workplace Ethics (1)
PPO 251   Plant Mechanic IV (2)                                           PAR 100         Introduction to Paralegal Studies(3)
                                                                          PAR 1051        Legal Computer Applications (2)
Machinist
PPO 152   Machinist II 4                                                  Optional: 3–6 credit hours
PPO 202   Machinist III 3                                                 OIS 2892   Internship I (3–6)
PPO 252   Machinist IV 2
                                                                          1
                                                                           Placement test and/or prerequisite required.
                                                                          2
                                                                           It is strongly recommended that students enroll in this elective course in
Metal Fabricator                                                          addition to the required credit hours for completion of the Legal
                                                                          Secretary Certificate. Please see catalog for course description.
PPO 153    Metal Fabricator II (4)
PPO 203    Metal Fabricator III (4)
PPO 253    Metal Fabricator IV (5)                                        Medical Insurance, Coding
Instrument Technician                                                     & Billing Certificate
PPO 150    Electrician/Instrument Tech II (4)
PPO 204    Instrument Technician III (4)                                  This certificate is designed for students
PPO 254    Instrument Technician IV (5)                                   seeking an introduction to medical insurance,                       Coconino Consortium




                                                                          coding, and billing in the office, clinic, or
Construction and Maintenance                                              hospital. Completion of the program will enhance the
PPO 155    Construction & Maintenance II (5)                              knowledge and skills base of those already in the
PPO 205    Construction & Maintenance III (5)                             workplace. This is a Tech Prep articulated program. For
PPO 255    Construction & Maintenance IV (5)                              more information about Tech Prep, see page 9.

                                                                          Minimum credit hours required: 34
Legal Assistant Certificate
                                                                          Certificate Requirements: 34 credit
The Legal Assistant Certificate program is
                                                                          hours
designed to give students an introduction to        Coconino Consortium




legal assistant skills and to assist those students who
                                                                          AHS 100         Introduction to Health Services (3)
desire to enhance their abilities on the job. Included in
                                                                          AHS 105         Communication & Behavior in the Health
the curriculum are practical applications and
                                                                                          Care Setting (3)
knowledge. Students may apply credit hours earned in
                                                                          AHS 110         Health Care Ethics & Law (3)
this program toward the Associate of Applied Science
                                                                          AHS 131         Medical Terminology (3)
degree in Office Information Systems. This is a Tech
                                                                          AHS 135         Medical Coding, Insurance & Billing (3)
Prep articulated program. For more information about
                                                                          BIO 1601        Introduction to Human Physiology &
Tech Prep, see page 9.
                                                                                          Anatomy (4)
                                                                          ENG 1001        Fundamentals of Composition (3)
Minimum credit hours required: 39
                                                                                          or
                                                                          ENG 1011        English Composition I (3)
Certificate Requirements: 39 credit                                       CIS 102         Computer Literacy (2)
hours                                                                                     or
                                                                          CIS 120         Introduction to Computer Information
AJS 150     Rules of Criminal Procedures (3)                                              Systems (3)
BUS 1001    Mathematics of Business (3)                                   MAT 121         Intermediate Algebra with Review (4)
BUS 111     Business English (3)                                                          or
                                                                                                                                                                         Certificates




CIS 113     Introduction to PowerPoint (1)                                MAT 151         College Algebra (strongly recommended if
CIS 120     Introduction to Computer Information                                          considering any type of academic transfer) (4)
            Systems (3)                                                   OIS 110         Keyboarding Review & Speed (3)
            or                                                            OIS 200         Professional Office Skills (3)
CIS 102     Computer Literacy (2)
                                                                          Placement test and/or prerequisite required.
                                                                          1

CIS 122     Introduction to MS Word (2)

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                                                                                                       the job. Included in the curriculum are practical
                    Medical Office Assistant                                                           applications and knowledge. Students may apply credit
                    Certificate                                                                        hours earned in this program toward the Associate of
                                                                                                       Applied Science degree in Office Information Systems.
                    The Medical Office Assistant Certificate                                           This is a Tech Prep articulated program. For more
                    program prepares students for the varied and                 Coconino Consortium   information For more information about Tech Prep, see
                    expanded responsibilities involved in working within                               page 9.
                    medical offices today. Students will receive training in
                    numerous areas, which will give them a complete                                    Minimum credit hours required: 33
                    understanding of the intricate workings within today’s
                    medical businesses. Graduates will have the skills                                 Certificate Requirements: 33 credit
                    necessary to obtain a position as a medical office                                 hours
                    assistant that will be able to perform numerous duties
                    in the front office. Students may apply credit hours                               AHS 100         Introduction to Health Services (3)
                    earned in this program toward the Associate of Applied                             AHS 1311        Medical Terminology I (3)
                    Science degree in Medical Office Assistant. This is a                              AHS 135         Medical Coding, Insurance & Billing (3)
                    Tech Prep articulated program. For more information                                BUS 111         Business English (3)
                    about Tech Prep, see page 9.                                                       CIS 102         Computer Literacy (2)
                                                                                                                       or
                    Minimum credit hours required: 36                                                  CIS 120         Introduction to Computer Information
                                                                                                                       Systems (3)
                    Certificate Requirements: 36–37 credit                                             CIS 122         Introduction to MS Word (2)
                    hours                                                                              CIS 2221        Advanced MS Word (2)
                                                                                                       OIS 110         Keyboarding Review & Speed (3)
                    AHS 100          Introduction to Health Services (3)                               OIS 1301        Machine Transcription (3)
                    AHS 105          Communication & Behavior in the Health                            OIS 2001        Professional Office Skills (3)
                                     Care Setting (3)                                                  OIS 2101        Keyboarding with Applications (3)
                    AHS 110          Health Care Ethics & Law (3)                                      OIS 2301        Medical Transcription (3)
                    AHS 131          Medical Terminology (3)
                    AHS 135          Medical Coding, Insurance & Billing (3)                           Optional: 0–6 credit hours
                    AHS 137          Back Office Procedures (3)                                        OIS 2892   Internship I (0–6)
                    OIS 1301         Machine Transcription (3)                                         1
                                                                                                         Placement test and/or prerequisite required.
                    CIS 120          Introduction to Computer Information                              2
                                                                                                         It is strongly recommended that students enroll in this elective course in
                                     Systems (3)                                                       addition to the required credit hours for completion of the Medical
                                                                                                       Transcription Certificate. Please see catalog for course description.
                    BUS 2041         Business Communications (3)
                    AHS 2891         Internship I (3)

                    Electives: 6–7 credit hours
                                                                                                       Network Engineering
                    Select a minimum of six credit hours from the following                            Certificate
                    courses:
                    AHS 1602 Phlebotomy Procedures (3)                                                 Intermediate Certificate
                    AHS 1612 Phlebotomy Practicum (4)                                                  The Network Engineering Intermediate                                 Coconino Consortium


                    CIS 1171     Introduction to Web Pages (2)                                         Certificate is designed to develop skills
                    CIS 123      Introduction to Spreadsheets (2)                                      related to network engineering and to enhance
                    CIS 125      Introduction to Database (3)                                          communications skills and professional readiness.
                    OIS 110      Keyboarding Review & Speed (3)                                        Students may apply credit hours earned in this program
                    OIS 200      Professional Office Skills (3)                                        toward the Associate of Applied Science degree in
                    OIS 2301     Medical Transcript (3)                                                Network Engineering. This is a Tech Prep articulated
                    1
                        Placement test and/or prerequisite required.                                   program. For more information about Tech Prep, see
                    2
                        AHS 161 must be taken in conjunction with AHS 160.                             page 9.


                    Medical Transcription                                                              Minimum credit hours required: 26
Certificates




                    Certificate                                                                        Certificate Requirements: 26 credit
                                                                                                       hours
                    The Medical Transcription Certificate
                                                                             Coconino Consortium


                    program is designed to give students an                                            BUS 2041        Business Communications (3)
                    introduction to medical transcription skills and to assist                         BUS 111         Business English (3)
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                                                                                     C e r t i f i c a t e                  P r o g r a m s


LDR 115           Workplace Ethics (1)                                       care, and assisted living settings. This is a Tech Prep
CIS 120           Introduction to Computer Information                       articulated program. For more information about Tech
                  Systems (3)                                                Prep, see page 9.
CIS 140           Cisco Networking Academy Semester 1 (4)
CIS 1501          Cisco Networking Academy Semester 2 (4)                    Minimum credit hours required: 30
CIS 1601          Cisco Networking Academy Semester 3 (4)
CIS 1701          Cisco Networking Academy Semester 4 (4)                    Certificate Requirements: 30 credit
1
    Placement test and/or prerequisite required.                             hours
                                                                             AHS 100        Introduction to Health Services (3)
Network Systems                                                              AHS 105        Communication & Behavior in the
                                                                                            Health Care Setting (3)
Administration Certificate                                                   AHS 110        Health Care Ethics & Law (3)
                                                                             AHS 131        Medical Terminology (3)
The Network Systems Administration                                           BIO 160        Introduction to Human Physiology &
Certificate is designed to develop skills              Coconino Consortium



                                                                                            Anatomy (4)
related to network operating software and to enhance                         CIS 102        Computer Literacy (2)
communications skills and professional readiness.                                           or
Students may apply some credit hours earned in this                          CIS 120        Introduction to Computer Information
program toward the Associate of Applied Science                                             Systems (3)
degree in Network Engineering. This is a Tech Prep                           ENG 1001       Fundamentals of Composition (3)
articulated program. For more information about Tech                                        or
Prep, see page 9.                                                            ENG 1011       English Composition I (3)
                                                                             MAT 121        Intermediate Algebra with Review (4)
Minimum credit hours required: 26
                                                                                            or
                                                                             MAT 151        College Algebra (strongly recommended if
Program Prerequisite: 4 credit hours                                                        considering any type of academic transfer) (4)
                                                                             NUR 110        Nursing Assistant I (4)
CIS 130           Computer Repair and A+ Prep (4)                            NUR 1111       Nursing Assistant Clinical (1)

Certificate Requirements: 26 Credit                                          Placement test and/or prerequisite required.
                                                                             1




Hours
BUS 1001          Mathematics of Business (3)
                                                                             Phlebotomy Certificate
BUS 1111          Business English (3)
                                                                             This certificate is designed to prepare
BUS 2041          Business Communications (3)                                                                                          Coconino Consortium

                                                                             students for entry-level positions as
CIS 230           Implementing and Supporting Windows (4)
                                                                             phlebotomists in acute care, clinic, or community-based
CIS 240           Installing, Configuring, and Administering
                                                                             agencies and settings. Addressing such skills as
                  Microsoft Windows Server (4)
                                                                             collection of specimens, infection control and safety, the
CIS 250           Implementing a Microsoft Windows
                                                                             operation of the clinical laboratory, health care delivery
                  Network Infrastructure (4)
                                                                             and terminology, and communication and professional
CIS 260           Implementing and Administering Microsoft
                                                                             behavior, this program meets the standards of the
                  Windows Directory (4)
                                                                             national accrediting organizations for phlebotomists.
LDR 115           Workplace Ethics (1)
                                                                             This is a Tech Prep articulated program. For more
1
    Placement test and/or prerequisite required.                             information about Tech Prep, see page 9.

                                                                             Minimum credit hours required: 32
Nursing Assistant
Certificate                                                                  Certificate Requirements: 32 credit
                                                                             hours
This certificate is designed for students
                                                                                                                                                                  Certificates




seeking an introduction to nursing assisting           Coconino Consortium
                                                                             AHS 100        Introduction to Health Services (3)
and the basic skills required for computations,                              AHS 105        Communication & Behavior in the Health
documenting, team collaboration, communication, and                                         Care Setting (3)
client advocacy in the health care setting. It will                          AHS 110        Health Care Ethics & Law (3)
enhance the knowledge and skills base of nursing                             AHS 131        Medical Terminology (3)
assistants already in the workplace. Prepares students                       AHS 1602       Phlebotomy Procedures (3)
for entry level employment in acute care, long term                          AHS 1612       Phlebotomy Practicum (4)
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                    BIO 160           Introduction to Human Physiology &
                                      Anatomy (4)
                                                                                                       Sheet Metal
                    BUS 111
                    CIS 102
                                      Business English (3)
                                      Computer Literacy (2)
                                                                                                       Apprenticeship Certificate
                                      or
                    CIS 120           Introduction to Computer Information
                                                                                                       Intermediate Certificate
                                                                                                       The Intermediate Certificate in Sheet Metal is designed
                                      Systems (3)
                                                                                                       to introduce the student to the sheet metal industry. It
                    MAT 121           Intermediate Algebra with Review (4)
                                                                                                       provides the foundational classes in the layout and
                                      or
                                                                                                       assembly of many sheet metal trades field applications
                    MAT 151           College Algebra (strongly recommended if
                                                                                                       in a progressively complicated sequence.
                                      considering any type of academic transfer) (4)
                    1

                    2
                        Placement test and/or prerequisite required.
                        AHS 161 must be taken in conjunction with AHS 160.
                                                                                                       Certificate Requirements: 35 credit
                                                                                                       hours
                    Pre-Professional Nursing                                                           SMT 101
                                                                                                               1
                                                                                                                         Sheet Metal I (5)
                                                                                                       SMT 102           Sheet Metal II (5)
                    Certificate                                                                        SMT 1031          Sheet Metal III (5)
                                                                                                       SMT 1041          Sheet Metal IV (5)
                    This certificate further develops the skills of                                    SMT 1051          Sheet Metal V (5)
                    the nursing assistant—adding to the                          Coconino Consortium

                                                                                                       SMT 1061          Sheet Metal VI (5)
                    caregiver’s written communication skills and                                       SMT 1071          Sheet Metal VII (5)
                    providing advanced applied knowledge of the human
                    body and mind, computation, and nutrition. The Pre-
                                                                                                       Advanced Certificate
                    Professional Nursing Certificate includes all pre-
                                                                                                       The Advanced Certificate in Sheet Metal is designed to
                    requisite coursework requirements for application for
                                                                                                       continue to improve the student’s expertise in the sheet
                    admission to all regional community college associate
                                                                                                       metal industry. It provides more advanced classes in the
                    degree-nursing programs and to the NAU
                                                                                                       layout and assembly of many sheet metal trades field
                    baccalaureate-nursing program. This coursework may
                                                                                                       applications in a progressively complicated sequence.
                    also be applied to most health science degrees. (The
                    courses in this degree require prerequisites. Please see
                    an advisor prior to enrolling in these courses.) This is a                         Certificate Requirements: 50 credit
                    Tech Prep articulated program. For more information                                hours
                    about Tech Prep, see page 9.
                                                                                                       Completion of the Intermediate Certificate (35)
                    Minimum credit hours required: 24                                                  SMT 1081 Sheet Metal VIII (5)
                                                                                                       SMT 1091 Sheet Metal IX (5)
                    Certificate Requirements: 24 credit                                                SMT 1101 Sheet Metal X (5)
                    hours                                                                              1
                                                                                                           Placement test and/or prerequisite required.


                    BIO 181           Unity of Life I: Life of the Cell (4)
                    BIO 2011          Anatomy & Physiology (4)
                    CHM 1301          General Chemistry (4)
                    ENG 1011          English Composition I (3)
                    ENG 1021          English Composition II (3)
                    MAT 1421          College Mathematics (3)
                    NTR 1351          Human Nutrition (3)
                    1
                        Placement test and/or prerequisite required.
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