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					                     ASSOCIATE OF APPLIED SCIENCE
                          AND CERTIFICATES
San Juan College offers a wide range of                        transfer to another institution, although many of the
occupational training programs and job enhancement             individual courses may transfer. However, some aaS
classes to meet the needs of the community. an                 degrees are designed for transfer to select Bachelor
associate of applied Science degree is designed to             of applied Science programs. Check with your
provide the educational skills and practical experiences       advisor. all aaS degrees have core requirements
necessary to enable a student to enter an occupational         and general education requirements. the general
field with employable skills after completing the two-         education requirements prepare the student to cope
year degree. Most aaS degrees are not intended to              with life situations and job advancement.



general education Requirements                                                       15
any student seeking an associate of applied Science degree must complete
a minimum of 15 credit hours of general education. these are:

english (engl 111 or engl 118 and one other determined by department)               6
Mathematics (must be numbered 113 or higher)                                        3
Speech Communication                                                                3
Humanities/Social Science elective*                                                 3
                                                                             Total 15
Refer to the appropriate curriculum for the specific requirements.

*Humanities/Social Science electives, selected from the following courses:
      Anthropology – any course offered with the exception of field archaeology
      art – any non-applied art course
      economics – any course offered unless already required for the degree plan
      english – any literature course (does not include required composition courses)
      Foreign language – any course offered in French, german, navajo, or Spanish




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      Humanities – any course offered
      Political Science – any course offered
      History – any course offered
      Music – any non-applied music course
      Philosophy – any course offered
      Psychology – any course offered
      Sociology – any course offered
      theatre – any non-applied theatre course

                                             ACCOUNTING
                                  Associate of Applied Science Degree

the primary objective of the associate of applied Science accounting program is to provide the opportunity for
students to develop high levels of technical and occupational preparation in the discipline of accounting. the two-year
program requires course work in financial accounting, managerial accounting, income tax, intermediate accounting,
cost accounting, payroll and computerized accounting. upon graduation, the student will have the educational
background for employment at the paraprofessional level. While several of the courses listed below do transfer, this
specific program has not been designed for transfer.

this degree program is accredited by the association of Collegiate Business Schools and Programs (aCBSP)

Note: A student must earn a ”C” or higher in all courses designated with an asterisk (*) to count toward the degree.
If accuplacer scores indicate a need for mathematics or reading development courses, those courses should be
completed before the student enrolls in aCCt 201 Fundamentals of accounting I. Students have the option of taking
both aCCt 175 and aCCt 176 in order to satisfy the requirements of aCCt 201.




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                                                                Bookkeeping Certificate Program
                           The Bookkeeping Certificate Program provides educational training to those seeking employment in the specialized
                           area of bookkeeping. The certificate in bookkeeping can be earned in three semesters and is fully transferable to the
                           associate of applied Science Degree of accounting.

                           Students have the option of taking both aCCt 175 and aCCt 176 in order to satisfy the requirements of aCCt 201.
                           Option: Upon completion of this certificate program, students will be provided with precise information regarding the
                           National Certified Bookkeeper Examination offered by the American Institute of Professional Bookkeepers. A student
                           must earn a ”C” or higher in all courses in order to meet the requirements of this certificate.

                                                            Payroll Accounting Certificate Program
                           The Payroll Accounting Certificate Program provides educational training to those seeking employment in the
                           specialized area of payroll accounting. The certificate in payroll accounting can be earned in one year and is fully
                           transferable to the associate of applied Science Degree of accounting.

                           Students have the option of taking both aCCt 175 and aCCt 176 in order to satisfy the requirements of aCCt 201.
                           A student must earn a ”C” or higher in all courses in order to meet the requirements of this certificate.

                           AAS = Associate of Applied Science
                           B = Bookkeeping Certificate
                           P = Payroll Accounting Certificate

                           1st Semester                                                                          AAS      B       P
                                  aCCt      201*    Fundamentals of accounting I oR                              4         4       4
                                  aCCt      175*    Fundamentals of accounting 1a anD                           (3)       (3)     (3)
                                  aCCt      176*    Fundamentals of accounting IB                               (3)       (3)     (3)
                                  BaDM      114     Introduction to Business                                     3
                                  aoaP      115*    Practical Business Math Procedures                           3        3        3
                                  aoaP      117*    Business Communication                                       3        3        3
                                  CoSC      125*    Business Microcomputer applications                          3        3        3
                                  aCCt      230     tax Help I                                                   2
                                                                                                        total   18-20   13-15    13-15
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                           2nd Semester
                                 aCCt       202*    Fundamentals of accounting II                                4        4        4
                                 aCCt       216*    Spreadsheet accounting                                       3        3        3
                                 aCCt       218*    Computerized accounting                                      3        3        3
                                 engl       111     Freshman Composition                                         3
                                 MatH       115     Intermediate algebra and applications                        4
                                 aCCt       231     tax Help II.                                                 2
                                                                                                        total   19        10      10
                           3rd Semester
                                  aCCt      232*    Income tax-Individual & Proprietors                          3        3
                                  aCCt      242*    Cost and Managerial accounting I                             3        3
                                  eCon      251*    Macroeconomics oR
                                  eCon      252*    Microeconomics                                               3
                                  engl      218     advanced technical Composition                               3
                                                    Humanities/Social Science elective                           3
                                                                                                        total   15        6
                           4th Semester
                                  aCCt      220     Payroll accounting                                           3        3        3
                                  aCCt      221*    Intermediate accounting I                                    3        3
                                  BaDM      230*    Business law                                                 3
                                  BaDM      233*    Principles of Management oR
                                  enSB      265*    Small Business operations                                    3
                                  aCCt      280     Cooperative education oR
                                  ACCT      255     Certified Bookkeeper (CB) Capstone Course                    3        3
                                  CoMM      111     Interpersonal Communications                                 3
                                                                                                        total   18        9        3

                                                                                               Total Credits    70      38-40    26-28


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                         ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE ASSISTANT PROGRAM
                                         Certificate

This certificate provides highly specialized educational training to students seeking employment in organizations
that need effective office and administrative support. The certificate can be achieved in a short period of time to
allow students an opportunity to enter the workforce or further their educational goals while employed. to receive
credit for the course, students must earn a ”C” or better in all coursework.

1st Semester
       aoaP     110     Records Management                                           3
       AOAP     118     Administrative Office I                                      3
       aoaP     123     Keyboarding                                                  3
       aoaP     210     Word Processing                                              3
       CoSC     125     Business Microcomputer applications                          3
                                                                            total   15
2nd Semester
      aCCt       201     Fundamentals of accounting I oR                            4
      aCCt       175     Fundamentals of accounting 1a anD                          (3)
      aCCt       176     Fundamentals of accounting 1B                              (3)
      aoaP       115     Practical Business Math Procedures                         3
      aoaP       117     Business Communication                                     3
      aoaP       130     Human and Customer Relations                               3
      AOAP       219     Administrative Office II                                   3
                                                                            total 16-18

                                                                   Total Credits 31-33



                         ALTERNATIVE TEACHER LICENSURE PROGRAM




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                       ELEMENTARY, SECONDARY AND SPECIAL EDUCATION
                                     Certificate Program

this is an intensive alternative program designed for adults who are highly motivated to become teachers. to be
eligible for the program, applicants must meet new Mexico Public education Department and San Juan College
criteria for admittance: Bachelor’s degree with minimum of 30 semester credits applicable to the licensure area
sought, or master’s degree with minimum of 12 graduate credits in applicable licensure area, or doctorate degree in
applicable area.
Preliminary acceptance into the Program:
     1. Complete application packet submitted
     2. transcript review meets requirements for prior academic degree content
     3. In-person interview with program staff
     4. Signed candidate agreement
Full acceptance into the Program:
      1. Completion of eDuC 240: the teaching Profession orientation Course
      2. Passage of the new Mexico teacher assessment Basic Skills test Section
Participants who complete all courses and program requirements receive a certificate of completion to accompany
their application to the State Public education Department to obtain an alternative license for K-8 elementary or
7-12 secondary or K-12 special education. Courses from other education programs may substitute for courses in this
program. Courses from this program may not be accepted by other colleges. enrollment is limited, and priority for
admittance is given to individuals who need certification for teaching positions in which they are currently employed
or who are planning to teach in high need areas.
Program of Study for Elementary Alternative Licensure:
three semesters, 19 credits that include competencies for entry level elementary teachers, 6 credits of reading courses
and a field-based component of a minimum of 105 hours of supervised classroom teaching.
Program of Study for Secondary Alternative Licensure
three semesters, 16 credits which include competencies for entry level secondary teachers, a 3 credits reading course
and a field-based component of a minimum of 105 hours of supervised classroom teaching.
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                           Program of Study for K-12 Special Education Alternative Licensure
                           three semesters, 21 credits that include competencies for entry level K-12 special education teachers, 6 credits of
                           reading courses and a field-based component of a minimum of 105 hours of supervised classroom practice.

                           Elem = Elementary Alternative Licensure
                           Sec = Secondary Alternative Licensure
                           K-12 = K-12 Special Education Alternative Licensure

                                                                                                                          Elem     Sec      K-12
                                   eDuC     240      the teaching Profession                                                1       1       1
                                   eDuC     242      Foundations of education                                               2       2
                                   eDuC     250      effective teaching Practices                                           3       3        3
                                   eDuC     244      Family, School, and Community Cultures                                 2       2
                                   eDuC     252      elementary teaching Methods                                            2                2 oR
                                   eDuC     254      Secondary teaching Methods                                                     2       (2)
                                   eDuC     275      elementary teaching Field experience                                   3
                                   eDuC     262      Reading in the Content areas                                           3       3       3
                                   eDuC     264      teaching elementary Reading and language Development                   3
                                   eDuC     277      Secondary teaching Field experience                                            3
                                   eDuC     279      K-12 Special education teaching Field experience                                       3
                                   eDuC     208*     exceptionalities and Placement                                                         3
                                   eDuC     209*     evaluation and IeP                                                                     3
                                   eDuC     213*     Reading for Special learners                                                           3
                                                                                                                  total    19      16       21

                                   eDuC 105         SPIn: Internship Seminar                                              3
                                   is offered as support for those candidates teaching In the first semester of the program.

                           * Courses offered by distance education as a collaborative plan of study with Santa Fe Community College,
                           or in a face to face format at SJC.
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                                                                          AUTO BODY
                                                              Associate of Applied Science Degree
                                                                         and Certificate
                           the auto Body program provides the theory, practical knowledge, and skill development necessary for employment
                           in the Auto Body field. For those already employed, the program provides courses and/or programs to upgrade or
                           allow occupational advancement.

                           note: this program requires students to purchase their own tools. to obtain a list of the required tools, contact the
                           program instructor.

                           Note: A student must earn a grade of ”C” or higher in all courses in order to receive a degree or certificate.

                           AAS = Associate of Applied Science
                           C = Certificate

                           Recommended course sequencing for first-time students.

                           1st Semester                                                                          AAS               C
                                  auBo 110*          Introduction to auto Body I                                 9                 9
                                  auBo 115*          Introduction to auto Body II                                9                 9
                                  MatH 113           Math for technical Careers                                  3                 3
                                                                                                          total 21                21




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2nd Semester                                                                             AAS            C
      aute 113            Basic electrical                                                 4
      auBo 125            Collision Repair                                                 9              9
      AUBO 135            Automotive Refinishing                                           9              9
                                                                                 total    22             18
3rd Semester
       auBo      235      advanced auto Body Repair I                                     9               9
       auBo      236      advanced auto Body Repair II                                    9               9
       engl      118      technical Composition                                           3               3
                                                                                 total   21              21
4th Semester
       auBo      240      Body Shop Management                                            6
       engl      218      advanced technical Composition                                  3
       CoMM      110      Public Speaking oR
       CoMM      111      Interpersonal Communication                                     3
                          Humanities/Social Science elective                              3
                                                                                 total   15

                                                                      Total Credits      79                 60

note: Courses indicated with an asterisk (*) should be taken together.

                        AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE EDUCATION PROGRAM (ASEP)
                              Associate of Applied Science Degree
                                        and Certificates
this two-year associate of applied Science Degree is supported by general Motors. Because of their support,
students in the San Juan College aSeP program will receive instruction in current general Motors technology.
The first phase of training in each subject area will be taught at San Juan College with the last phase taught at a
sponsoring general Motors dealership. this type of rotation continues for the duration of the aSeP program. this
program is available by pre-selection only.




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note: this program requires that the student purchase his/her own tools. to obtain a list of the required tools, contact
the automotive Department.

Note: If the program starts in an odd numbered year, the first Co-op will be in the first semester. If the program starts
in an even numbered year, the first Co-op will be in the second semester.

Note: A student must earn a grade of ”C” or higher in all courses in order to receive a degree.

AAS = Associate of Applied Science
DM = Domestic Manufacturers Certificate
E= Electrical, Emissions and Performance Technician
H = Automotive Heavy Line Technician
L = Light Line Repair Technician

Recommended course sequencing for first-time students
1st Semester                                                                      AAS     DM        E         H      L
       aSeP 110      gM Shop Fundamentals and Safety                                1      1
       aSeP 120      gM electrical and Ignition Systems                             7      7        7
       MatH 113      Math for technical Careers                                     3      3
                                                                         total     11     11        7
2nd Semester
      aSeP        130     gM Fuel and emission Systems                              4         4     4
      aSeP        140     gM Drivability                                            4         4     4
      teCH        110     Industrial technology I                                   4
      engl        118     technical Composition                                     3      3
      aSeP        280     gM Cooperative Work education                             4      4        4
      aSeP        145     aSe tests                                                 1      1
                                                                         total     20     16       12

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                            3rd Semester                                                                 AAS     DM      E       H         L

                                     aSeP   150      engines and Related Systems                         4        4       4       4
                                     aSeP   160      Heating and air Conditioning                        2        2       2               2
                                     CoSC   135      Computer/Basic Management                           3
                                     aSeP   281      gM Cooperative Work education                       4       4        4
                                                                                                 total   13     10       10       4       2
                            4th Semester
                                   aSeP     170      Power trains                                         8      8                8
                                   engl     218      advanced technical Composition                       3
                                   PSYC     115      Interpersonal and Career Development                 3      3
                                   aSeP     282      gM Cooperative Work education                        4      4               4        4
                                                                                                 total   18     15               12       4
                            5th Semester
                                   aSeP     180      gM Brake Systems                                    4       4                        4
                                   aSeP     190      gM Steering and Suspension                          4       4                        4
                                   aSeP     146      aSe tests                                           1
                                   CoMM     111      Interpersonal Communication oR
                                   CoMM     120      Business and Professional Communication              3
                                   aSeP     283      gM Cooperative Work education                        4      4                4
                                                                                            total        16     12                4       8

                                                                                       Total Credits 78         64       22      20       14


                            * A total of 8 of 16 credit hours MUST be earned from ASEP 280, 281, 282, and 283 to qualify for the certificate. Two
                            of the four co-op courses must be completed satisfactorily.
                             ** A student MUST have passed a minimum of two ASE certification tests to earn the certificate.
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                                        AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY
                                     Associate of Applied Science Degree
                                               and Certificates

The Automotive Technology program provides the student with the necessary skills and knowledge to enter the field of
automotive service and repair. The program is flexible to allow students to enter at the beginning of any semester and
plan a schedule around his/her needs. Students receive satisfactory achievement ratings by successfully performing
actual on-the-job tasks.

note: this program requires that the student purchase his/her own tools. to obtain a list of the required tools, contact the
program instructor.

Note: A student must earn a grade of ”C” or higher in all courses in order to receive a degree or certificate.

AAS = Associate of Applied Science
AT = Automotive Technology Certificate
E = Electrical, Emissions and Performance Technician
H = Automotive Heavy Line Technician
L = Light Line Repair Technician

Recommended course sequencing for first-time students
1st Semester                                                                       AAS       AT        E         H       L
       **aute 111*   Steering and Suspension                                         5         5                          5
       **aute 112*   Brakes                                                           5        5                          5
       **aute 113    Basic electrical                                                 4        4       4
       MatH 113      Math for technical Careers                                       3        3
                                                                               total 17       17       4                 10
2nd Semester
      **aute 115*         Manual Drive train and transaxles                            6       6                     6
      **aute 116*         automatic transmission and transaxles                        6       6                     6




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      engl 118            technical Composition                                        3       3
      CoMM 110            Public Speaking oR
      CoMM 111            Interpersonal Communication oR
      CoMM 120            Business and Professional Communication                     3
                                                                               total 18       15                 12
3rd Semester
       **aute 118*        engine Repair                                                8       8                     8
       **aute 119*        Heating and air Conditioning                                 4                                 4
       engl 218           advanced technical Composition                               3
                          Humanities/Social Science elective                           3
                                                                             total   18        12                    8   4
4th Semester
       aute      114      electrical Systems                                          6        6       6
       aute      117      engine Performance                                         12       12      12
                                                                             total   18       18      18

                                                                     Total Credits   71        62     22         20      14

* Courses indicated with an asterisk (*) must be taken together.
** Courses indicated with a double asterisk (**) are suitable for first semester students.




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                                                                      BUILDING TRADES
                                                              Associate of Applied Science Degree
                                                                        and Certificates

                           Students interested in a career in the Building trades have four options. the associate of applied Science Degree,
                           Framing Certificate, Insulation and Drywall Certificate and the Finish Carpentry Certificate. The Associate of
                           Applied Science Degree is the most comprehensive program and includes all certificate training areas. Students will
                           participate in the construction of a home beginning with the design phase through the finished product. Their level of
                           training will be dependent on which training program they choose.

                           note: this program requires that the student purchase his/her own tools. to obtain a list of required tools, contact the
                           program instructor.

                           Note: Students must earn a grade of ”C” or higher in all courses in order to receive a degree or certificate.

                           AAS = Associate of Applied Science
                           F = Finish Carpentry Certificate
                           I/D = Insulation and Drywall Certificate
                           Fr = Framing Certificate

                           Recommended course sequencing for first-time students
                           1st Semester                                                                      AAS          F        I/D      Fr
                                  BlDt* 110     Basic Blueprint Reading and Design                           2            2        2        2
                                  BlDt* 111     Foundations and Floor Framing                                3                              3
                                  BlDt* 112     Fundamentals of Wall Framing                                 6                     6        6
                                  BlDt* 113     Insulation and Drywall                                       3                     3        3
                                  BlDt* 114     Practical Cost estimating                                    3            3        3
                                  BlDt* 115     Finish Carpentry and Painting                                5            5
                                  MatH 113      Math for technical Careers                                   3            3
                                                                                                   total 25              13       14       14
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                           NOTE: BLDT-111 is not required for BLDT-112 (Insulation and Drywall Certificate only)
                           2nd Semester
                                  BlDt** 125      Roof Framing and Shingling                                 6                              6
                                  BlDt** 126      Window and Door Installation                               3            3
                                  BlDt** 127      exterior Wall applications                                 3
                                  BlDt** 128      Cabinet Design                                             3            3
                                  BlDt** 129      green Building Concepts                                    3            3        3        3
                                  BlDt** 130      Floor Installations                                        3            3
                                  BlDt** 131      Stair Construction                                         1            1                 1
                                  BlDt** 132      Building Codes                                             1            1        1        1
                                  engl 118        technical Composition                                      3
                                  MatH 113        Math for technical Careers                                                       3        3
                                                                                                   total     26           14       7       14
                           3rd Semester
                                  BlDt+ 221       Construction Supervision                                   6
                                  engl 218        technical Writing                                          3
                                  CoMM 110        Public Speaking                                            3
                                  PSYC 115        Interpersonal and Career Development                       3
                                  CoMM 120        Business and Professional Communication                    3
                                                                                                      total 18

                                                                                                Total Credits 69          27       21       28

                           *taught in the Fall Semester only
                           **taught in the Spring Semester only
                           +taught in the Fall and/or Spring Semester




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                                     BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
                                  Associate of Applied Science Degree

the associate of applied Science degree in Business administration is designed to prepare students for positions
in mid-level management, first line supervisor, or other positions requiring leadership skills. The program stresses
both management and marketing to enhance the participant’s employability as well as others who need to upgrade
their managerial skills. the general education courses and most of the business courses will transfer to a variety
of colleges and universities. transfer students should follow the associate of arts Business administration transfer
program plan.

this program is accredited by the association of Collegiate Business Schools and Programs (aCBSP).

1st Semester                                                                         Credits
       BaDM      114*    Introduction to Business                                      3
       CoSC      125*    Business Microcomputer applications                           3
       engl      111     Freshman Composition                                          3
       CoMM      110     Public Speaking oR
       CoMM      111     Interpersonal Communication                                   3
       MatH      115     Intermediate algebra and applications (or higher)             4
                                                                             total    16
2nd Semester
      BaDM       230*    Business law                                                  3
      BaDM       238     leadership and group Dynamics                                 3
      CoSC       116     Spreadsheeting                                                3
      engl       218     advanced technical Composition oR
      engl       211     advanced Composition                                       3
                         Business elective**                                        3
        PSYC     120     Introduction to Psychology                                 3
                                                                             total 18
3rd Semester




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       aCCt      201*    Fundamentals of accounting I oR                            4
       aCCt      175     Fundamentals of accounting Ia anD                         (3)
       aCCt      176     Fundamentals of accounting IB                             (3)
       BaDM      239     Human Resource Management                                  3
       eCon      251*    Macroeconomics                                             3
                         Business elective**                                        3
        BaDM     212     Business Statistics oR                                     3
        MatH     251     Statistics                                               (4)
                                                                         total 16-19
4th Semester
       aCCt 202*         Fundamentals of accounting II                                 4
       BaDM 242          Principles of Marketing                                       3
       BaDM 233*         Principles of Management                                      3
       enSB 150          understanding Financial Statements                            1
       enSB 265          Small Business operations oR
       enSB 285          entrepreneurship                                              3
       eCon 252*         Microeconomics                                                3
                                                                             total    17

                                                                   Total Credits 66-70

* A student must earn a ”C” or higher in this course to count toward the degree.
** Choose from the following list of approved electives:




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                           Approved Business Administration Degree Electives:
                           (minimum of 6 credits required for aaS)
                                  aCCt 220          Payroll accounting                                          3
                                  aCCt 221          Intermediate accounting                                     3
                                  aCCt 242          Cost and Managerial accounting                              3
                                  aCCt 251          Financial Management                                        3
                                  aoaP 115          Practical Business Math Procedures                          3
                                  aoaP 130          Human and Customer Relations                                3
                                  BaDM 132          Introduction to Financial Planning                          3
                                  BaDM 134          Supervision                                                 3
                                  BaDM 231          Business law II                                             3
                                  BaDM 248          Principles of advertising                                   3
                                  BaDM 280          Cooperative education                                       3
                                  BaDM 290          Special topics                                              3
                                  CoSC 185          Database Management Systems                                 3
                                  enSB 150          understanding Financial Statements                          1
                                  enSB 265          Small Business operations                                   3
                                  enSB 285          entrepreneurship                                            3
                                  FIna 265          Personal Investing                                          3


                                                  BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS
                                                           Business Foundations I Certificate
                           The Business Foundations I Certificate Program provides educational training to those seeking entry-level career
                           opportunities, can be earned in one semester and is transferable to the associate of applied Science Degree of
                           Business administration.

                           note: Students will select one 3-credit elective course from the approved electives listed below. a student must earn a
                           ”C” or higher in all courses in order to meet the requirements of this certificate.

                                   aCCt     175     Fundamentals of accounting Ia                              3
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                                   BaDM     114     Introduction to Business                                   3
                                   BaDM     132     Introduction to Financial Planning                         3
                                   CoSC     116     Spreadsheeting                                             3
                                                    one Course from approved electives                         3
                                                                                                Total credits 15

                           Approved Electives:
                                 aCCt 201           Fundamentals of accounting I                                4
                                 aoaP 130           Human and Customer Relations                                3
                                 BaDM 230           Business law I                                              3
                                 eCon 251           Macroeconomics                                              3
                                 eCon 252           Microeconomics                                              3
                                 CoSC 125           Business Microcomputer applications                         3




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                                    Business Foundations II Certificate
the Business Foundations II Certificate Program provides educational training to those seeking entry level career
and developmental opportunities necessary for career enhancement. The certificate can be earned in one semester
and is fully transferable to the associate of applied Science Degree of Business administration. a student must earn a
”C” or higher in all courses in order to meet the requirements of this certificate.

        aCCt     201      Fundamentals of accounting I oR                              4
        aCCt     175      Fundamentals of accounting Ia anD                           (3)
        aCCt     176      Fundamentals of accounting IB                               (3)
        BaDM     134      Supervision oR
        BaDM     233      Principles of Management                                   3
        CoSC     125      Business Microcomputer applications                        3
        enSB     265      Small Business operations                                  3
                          one Course from approved electives                         3
                                                                  Total Credits 16-18

Approved Electives:
      aCCt 202            Fundamentals of accounting II                               4
      aoaP 130            Human and Customer Relations                                3
      BaDM 132            Introduction to Financial Planning                          3
      BaDM 134            Supervision                                                 3
      BaDM 230            Business law I                                              3
      BaDM 231            Business law II                                             3
      BaDM 233            Principles of Management                                    3
      BaDM 242            Principles of Marketing                                     3
      enSB 285            entrepreneurship                                            3
      eCon 251            Macroeconomics                                              3
      eCon 252            Microeconomics                                              3
      FIna 265            Personal Investing                                          3

                                         Entrepreneurship Certificate
The Entrepreneurship Certificate Program provides educational training to those seeking opportunities to develop




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small business ideas. The Entrepreneurship Certificate can be earned in one semester and is transferable to the
associate of applied Science Degree of Business administration.

Note: A student must earn a ”C” or higher in all courses in order to meet the requirements of this certificate.

        aCCt     201      Fundamentals of accounting I oR                             4
        aCCt     220      Payroll accounting                                         (3)
        BaDM     134      Supervision                                                 3
        enSB     150      understanding Financial Statements                          1
        enSB     265      Small Business operations                                   3
        enSB     285      entrepreneurship                                            3
                                                                    Total credits 13-14

                                            Management Certificate
The Management Certificate Program provides educational training to those seeking career opportunities in
leadership, management, and supervision. The certificate can be earned in one semester and is fully transferable
to the Associate of Applied Science Degree of Business Administration. A student must earn a ”C” or higher in all
courses in order to meet the requirements of this certificate.

        BaDM     134      Supervision oR
        BaDM     233      Principles of Management                                    3
        BaDM     238      leadership and group Dynamics                               3
        BaDM     239      Human Resource Management                                   3
        enSB     265      Small Business operations                                   3
                                                                       Total credits 12




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                                                  CHRYSLER COLLEGE AUTOMOTIVE PROGRAM (CAP)
                                                  Associate of Applied Science Degree and Certificates

                           this two-year associate of applied Science Degree is supported by Chrysler. Because of their support, students
                           in the San Juan College CAP program will receive instruction in current Chrysler technology. The first phase of
                           training in each subject area will be taught at San Juan College with the last phase taught at a sponsoring Chrysler
                           dealership. this type of rotation continues for the duration of the CaP program. this program is available by pre-
                           selection only.
                           note: this program requires that the student purchase his/her own tools. to obtain a list of the required tools, contact
                           the automotive Department.

                           Note: If the CAP program starts in an odd numbered year, the first Co-op will be in the first semester. If the CAP
                           program starts in an even numbered year, the first Co-op will be in the second semester.
                           Note: A student must earn a grade of ”C” or higher in all courses in order to receive a degree.

                           AAS = Associate of Applied Science
                           DM = Domestic Manufacturers Certificate
                           E = Electrical, Emissions and Performance Technician
                           H = Automotive Heavy Line Technician
                           L = Light Line Repair Technician
                           Recommended course sequencing for first-time students

                           1st Semester                                                                AAS    DM           E        H         L
                                  CaPP      110     Shop Fundamentals and Safety                         1      1
                                  CaPP      120     electrical and Ignition Systems                      7      7          7
                                  MatH      113     Math for technical Careers                           3      3
                                                                                                 total 11      11         7
                           2nd Semester                                                               Credits DM          e        H      l
                                 CaPP       130     Fuel and emission Systems                            4      4         4
                                 CaPP       140     Drivability                                          4      4         4
                                 teCH       110     Industrial technology I                              4
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                                 engl       118     technical Composition                                3      3
                                 CaPP       145     aSe tests                                            1      1
                                 CaPP       280     Chrysler Cooperative Work education                  4      4          4
                                                                                                 total 20      16         12
                           3rd Semester                                                               Credits DM           e       H      l
                                  CaPP      150     engines and Related Systems                          4      4          4       4
                                  CaPP      160     Heating and air Conditioning                         2      2          2                  2
                                 CoSC       135     Computer/Basic Management                            4
                                 CaPP       281     Chrysler Cooperative Work education                  4      4          4
                                                                                                 total 14      10         10       4          2
                           4th Semester                                                               Credits DM          e        H      l
                                  aPP       170     Power trains                                         8      8                  8
                                  engl      218     advanced technical Composition                       3
                                  PSYC      115     Interpersonal and Career Development                 3      3
                                  CaPP      282     Chrysler Cooperative Work education                  4      4                  4          4
                                                                                                 total 18      15                 12          4
                           5th Semester                                                               Credits DM          e       H       l
                                  CaPP     180      Brake Systems                                        4      4                             4
                                  CaPP     190      Steering and Suspension                              4      4                             4
                                  CaPP     146      aSe tests                                            1
                                  CoMM     111      Interpersonal Communication oR
                                  CoMM     120      Business and Professional Communication               3
                                  CaPP     283      Chrysler Cooperative Work education                   4       4                 4
                                                                                                 total   16      12                        8

                                                                                          Grand Total    79      64       29      20      14
                           * A total of 8 of 16 credit hours MUST be earned from CAPP 280, 281, 282, and 283 to qualify for the certificate. Two
                           of the four co-op courses must be completed satisfactorily.
                            ** A student MUST have passed a minimum of two ASE certification tests to earn the certificate.

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                                   COMMERCIAL DRIVER’S LICENSE
                                        Certificate (Class A)

For Class a Commercial Driver’s license. Individuals learn in the classroom, practice hands-on driving on our training
course and highway driving, and receive instruction on endorsements and log books.

                                                                                      Credits
        CDlt    150      CDl Composite Class                                          15


                                            COMPUTER SCIENCE
                                               Certificates

                                Object-oriented Computer Programming
The Object-Oriented Computer Programming certificate is designed for students interested in computer programming.
the object-oriented language C++ is covered in great depth for console and Windows guI Programming as well as
treating the standard template library (Stl) and Microsoft Foundation Classes (MFC).

                                              Web Programming
The Web Programming Certificate provides a strong background with plenty of hands-on experience in structured,
procedural, and object-oriented programming languages. the latest versions of C++, Java, and Perl are covered.

O = Object-Oriented Computer Programming
W = Web Programming
                                                                             O                       W
       CoSC     118      Computer Programming Fundamentals I with C++         3                      3
       CoSC     190      Database Concepts and Principles                                            3
       CoSC     202      Web Development I                                                           3
       CoSC     203      Web Development II                                                          3
       CoSC     218      Computer Programming Fundamentals II with C++        3                      3




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       CoSC     236      unIX                                                                        3
       CoSC     240      Java Programming                                                            3
       CoSC     243      Web Programming on unIX Systems                                             3
       CoSC     262      Data Structures with C++                             3
       CoSC     270      Windows guI Programming                              3
                                                               Total Credits 12                      24




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                                                                      COSMETOLOGY
                                                            Associate of Applied Science Degree

                           the Cosmetology program is designed to meet the standards established by the new Mexico State Board of Barbers
                           and Cosmetologists. the program covers coursework in the theory and lab in salon business and retail sales, in
                           addition to college general education courses. the program meets the minimum of 1,600 clock hours required by the
                           State Board.

                           After successfully completing the program, students are qualified to take the New Mexico Board of Cosmetology
                           licensure examination. Licensing and certification for immediate employment in the field are obtained by passing
                           this exam.

                           Students entering this program are required to complete appropriate basic skills classes as determined by the
                           scores on the College’s entrance exam. this is a selective admission program that admits students in the fall and
                           spring semesters.

                           AAS - Associate of Applied Science
                           C = Cosmetology Certificate
                           B = Barber Certificate
                           E = Esthetician Certificate
                           M = Manicuring/Pedicuring Certificate

                           Core courses:
                           1st Semester                                                              AAS       C       B       E       M

                                   CoSM    110     theory I                                           3       3        3        3      3
                                   CoSM    130     Shampoos, Rinses, and Scalp treatments             2       2        2
                                   CoSM    140     Facials                                            3       3        3        3
                                   CoSM    160     Haircutting                                        5       5        5
                                   CoSM    190     Chemical Restructuring/Permanent Waves             4       4        4
                                                                                         total       17      17       17        6      3
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                           2nd Semester
                                 CoSM      111     theory II                                           3      3        3
                                 CoSM      120     Sterilization and Sanitation                        2      2        2        2      2
                                 CoSM      151     Manicuring/Pedicuring                               2      2                        2
                                 CoSM      171     Hairstyling                                         3      3        3
                                 CoSM      181     Haircoloring/Bleaching                              2      2        2
                                 CoSM      196     Personal and Community Health                       3      3
                                                                                             total    15     15       10        2      4
                           3rd Semester
                                  CoSM      195    Salon Business and Retail Sales                     3      3        3        3      3
                                  CoSM     198     Clinic Practice I                                   6      6        4        6      6
                                  CoSM     199     Clinic Practice II                                  3      3
                                  CoSM     211     theory III                                          3      3
                                                                                             total    15     15        7        9      9

                           In addition, the following courses must be completed to earn the associatezs degree. they can be taken before,
                           after, or in conjunction with the core classes.
                                     engl 111         Freshman Composition                              3
                                     CoSC 125         Business Microcomputer applications               3
                                     MatH 113         Math for technical Careers                        3
                                     PSYC 120         Introduction to Psychology                        3
                                     CoMM 111         Interpersonal Communications                      3
                                     engl 218         advanced technical Composition                    3
                                                                                               total 18

                                                                                     Total Credits    65     47       34      17       16




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                                      COSMETOLOGY INSTRUCTOR
                                             Certificate

This program is for students interested in teaching in the field of cosmetology. This certificate prepares a student to
sit for appropriate state board exams qualifying them to teach at any state-approved cosmetology school. Students
interested in this area should meet with the program director for more information about this certificate. To be
eligible for the program, students must have a current new Mexico cosmetology license.

1st Semester                                                                    Credits
       CoSM      221     testing and Student evaluation                            2
       CoSM      250     Instructor theory                                         2
       CoSM      251     theory teaching and Classroom Management                  8
       CoSM      270     Course Development and lesson Planning                    4
                                                                            total 16
2nd Semester
      CoSM 231           teaching Methods                                          4
      CoSM 241           teaching aids                                             2
      CoSM 261           laboratory or Clinic Supervision                          8
                                                                            total 14

                                                                   Total Credits    30



                                              CREATIVE WRITING
                                                 Certificate
This certificate is designed for students who are committed to their writing and is ideal for those who are planning
to apply to a B.a. or M.F.a. writing program in the future, or for those who simply wish to develop a portfolio of
writing. Students must earn a ”C” or better in all certificate coursework.




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                                                                                   Credits
        engl 125         Introduction to Creative Writing                             3
        engl 130         editing and Style for Writers                                3

        literature Courses – select two of the following                              6
        tHea 120        Introduction to Film
        engl 225        Introduction to Poetry
        engl 228        latin american literature
        engl 230        Southwest literature
        engl 235        Women’s literature
        engl 245        native american literature
        engl 251        american literature I
        engl 252        american literature II
        engl 261        World literature I
        engl 262        World literature II

        Creative Writing Courses -- select three from the following:                  9
        engl 221         Creative Writing: Prose
        engl 222         Creative Writing: Poetry
        engl 223         Creative Writing: Creative non-Fiction
        engl 280         advanced Creative Writing
        engl 299         Special topics
        JouR 220         Writing for Mass Media
                                                                 Total Credits       21




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                                                              CULTURAL HERITAGE TECHNICIAN
                                                                        Certificate

                           examine our legacies and learn technical skills for museums, archaeological sites, archives and historic
                           preservation in this new online program. encompassing the rich heritage of the area, this program will prepare
                           students to work with objects that are significant to our cultures, such as monuments, art, artifacts or architecture.
                           this program is offered completely online and has been created with the guidance of an advisory committee
                           consisting of archival, museum, national Park Service and curriculum design professionals.
                           Because of our proximity to a number of World Heritage Sites, there is rich opportunity for work in these areas,
                           both paid and volunteer. and because the need to preserve collections knows no geographical limits, online
                           delivery makes this certificate accessible to students outside of the Four Corners region.

                           Program admission is through the program coordinator, at culturalheritagecert@sanjuancollege.edu.Credits
                                  CuHt 110        State and local History Research                       3
                                  CuHt 120        Collections Management I                               3
                                  CuHt 130        Interpretation Fundamentals                            3
                                  CuHt 140        Collections Management II                              3
                                  BADM 115        Non-Profit Business Management and Principles OR
                                  CuHt 150        Structural Preservation Fundamentals                   3
                                  CuHt 200        Internship-Cooperative education                       1
                                                                                          Total Credits 16

                           Students are strongly urged to add Non-Profit Business Principles (BADM-115, 3 credits) to their CUHT courses.

                                                                     DENTAL HYGIENE
                                                             Associate of Applied Science Degree

                           San Juan College offers a Dental Hygiene Program leading to an associate of applied Science Degree. this
                           program emphasizes the didactic and clinical skills necessary to meet today’s challenging oral health care needs.
                           Students who successfully complete the program will be eligible to sit for the Dental Hygiene national Board, the
                           Western Regional examining Board or similar regional board, and a state jurisprudence exam for licensure as
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                           a Registered Dental Hygienist (RDH). Program graduates may continue their education toward a baccalaureate
                           degree in Dental Hygiene (BS). Contact the Dental Hygiene Department for further information at (505) 566-3642,
                           dentalprogram@sanjuancollege.edu or visit www.sanjuancollege.edu/hygiene.

                           Dental Hygiene is a selective major. Specific requirements must be met in order to declare a Dental Hygiene
                           major. admission is limited and selective. Credit hour ratios: lecture 1:1, laboratory 1:3, Clinic 1:4, Practicum 1:6.

                           the Dental Hygiene Program is fully accredited by the Commission on Dental accreditation of the american
                           Dental association.

                           Program Admission Requirements:
                           to be eligible for the Dental Hygiene Program selection process, students must:
                                1. Be a high school graduate or have a geD.
                                2. Have a college cumulative gPa of 2.75 or better. College gPa is based on the last 24 academic
                                    credits (course numbers 110 and above). Most successful candidates have a gPa of 3.00 or better.
                                3. Have taken the Health occupation Basic entrance test (HoBet) and have the scores sent to
                                    the San Juan College Dental Program.
                                4. Completed 12 total hours of documented dental hygiene observation time in three different
                                    dental offices.
                                5. attend a SJC Dental Hygiene Program information session. For students residing farther than 250
                                    miles from SJC, the information session may be conducted by phone. Contact the program for
                                    further details.
                                6. Submit a completed application by the first week in April.
                                7. Have completed all prerequisite courses. Prerequisites must be current within the last five years and
                                    must be completed with a minimum ”C” grade.
                                8. Students are strongly encouraged to complete all general education courses before application to
                                    the program. General education courses must be completed with a minimum ”C” grade.
                                9. apply to and be accepted by San Juan College.



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If selected, students must:
      1. Complete all admission and remedial requirements of San Juan College.
      2. Submit proof of a physical examination, and provide documentation of current immunizations
         and maintain current immunizations throughout the program.
      3. Attend a mandatory Basic Life Support (BLS) certification conducted by the program prior to start of classes.
      4. Present proof of medical insurance each semester.
      5. Be responsible for all travel expenses to and from external learning sites.
      6. Complete each course in the curriculum with a ”C” or better to remain in and graduate from the program.

Prerequisites:                                                                    Credits
      BIol 121           Introductory Biology I                                     4
      BIol 252           Human anatomy and Physiology I                             4
      BIol 253           Human anatomy and Physiology II                            4
      BIol 224           Microbiology                                               4
      CHeM 110           Introductory Chemistry or higher                           4
      engl 111           Freshman Composition                                       3
      MatH 114           Math for Health Careers or higher                          3
                                                                             total 26
General Education Courses:
      engl 211       advanced Composition oR
      engl 218       advanced technical Composition                                  3
      CoMM 110       Public Speaking oR
      CoMM 111       Interpersonal Communication                                    3
      HltH 118       Introduction to nutrition                                      3
      SoCI 110       Introduction to Sociology                                      3
      PSYC 120       Introduction to Psychology                                     3
                                                                             total 15
1st Semester
       DHYg      110     Head/neck anatomy                                          3
       DHYg      112     tooth Morphology                                           1
       DHYg      113     Preclinical Dental Seminar                                 3
       DHYg      114     Preclinical Dental Hygiene                                 2
       DHYg      115     general oral Histology and embryology                      2




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       DHYg      217     Dental Radiography                                         3
                                                                             total 14
2nd Semester
      DHYg       223     Clinical Dental Hygiene Seminar I                          2
      DHYg       224     Clinical Dental Hygiene I                                  3
      DHYg       227     general and oral Pathology                                 3
      DHYg       231     Periodontology                                             3
                                                                             total 11
Summer Session
     DHYg 221            Dental BioMaterials                                         3
     DHYg 225            Clinical Dental Hygiene Seminar II                          1
                                                                             total   4
3rd Semester
       DHYg      229     Pharmacology                                               3
       DHYg      233     Clinical Dental Hygiene Seminar III                        2
       DHYg      234     Clinical Dental Hygiene III                                3
       DHYg      235     Dental Public Health                                       3
       DHYg      237     local anesthesia and Pain Control                          2
                                                                             total 13
4th Semester
       DHYg      243     Clinical Dental Hygiene Seminar IV                          2
       DHYg      244     Clinical Dental Hygiene IV                                  3
       DHYg      245     Principles of Practice                                      2
       DHYg      247     Practicum                                                   2
                                                                             total   9

                 Prerequisite courses:                                               26
                 general education courses:                                          15
                 Dental Hygiene courses:                                             51
                                                    Total Credits for AAS degree 92

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                                                                 DIESEL TECHNOLOGY
                                                  Associate of Applied Science Degree and Certificates


                           The AAS in Diesel Technology is designed to introduce a student to the field of on highway trucks and off highway
                           equipment and provide further study in academics. Successful completion of the degree will prepare a student for a
                           career as an entry level diesel technician troubleshooting and repairing medium/heavy duty on-highway trucks and
                           off-highway equipment for a fleet, dealer, or construction industry. The academic part of the degree places a student
                           in a better position for possible future career advancement. a student can start the degree program in any semester.

                                                                         Light Line Certificate
                           The Diesel Light Line Certificate program is a three semester program designed to introduce a student to the field
                           of diesel technology. Successful completion of this certificate program will prepare a student for a position as an
                           entry level maintenance technician for medium/heavy duty on-highway trucks in a fleet or dealer facility. A student
                           must start the program in a fall semester to finish the program in three semesters.

                                                                        Heavy Line Certificate
                           The Diesel Heavy Line Certificate program is designed to introduce a student to the field of diesel technology and
                           provide further study of heavy equipment systems. Successful completion of the certificate will prepare a student
                           for a career as an entry level diesel technician troubleshooting and repairing medium/heavy duty on-highway
                           trucks and off- highway equipment for a fleet, dealer, or construction industry. A student can start the two-year
                           program in any semester.
                           AAS = Associate of Applied Science
                           L = Light Line Certificate
                           H = Heavy Line Certificate

                           1st Semester                                                                     AAS        L       H
                                  DIMe     125      Steering                                                 5         5       5
                                  DIMe     126      Suspension                                               4         4       4
                                  DIMe     113      Preventive Maintenance and Inspection                    5         5       5
                                  aute     113      Basic electrical                                         4                 4
                                  engl     118      technical Composition                                    3
                                                                                                      total 21        14      18
                           2nd Semester
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                                 DIMe      127      Fluid Power                                                5               5
                                 DIMe      128      HVaC                                                       4               4
                                 DIMe      129      Drivability                                                5               5
                                 DIMe      213      advanced electrical                                        5               5
                                 MatH      113      Math for technical Careers                                 3
                                 DIMe      123      Brakes                                                             5
                                 DIMe      124      Drivetrains                                                        4
                                 aute      113      Basic electrical                                                   4
                                                                                                      total   22       13      19
                           3rd Semester
                                  DIMe     110      Diesel engine overhaul                                     9       9       9
                                  DIMe     111      Fuel Systems                                               5       5       5
                                  DIMe     240      advanced Steering and Suspension                           5               5
                                  engl     218      advanced technical Composition                             3
                                                                                                      total   22       14      19
                           4th Semester
                                  DIMe     123      Brakes                                                     5               5
                                  DIMe     124      Drivetrains                                                4               4
                                  DIMe     230      advanced Brakes and Drive trains                           5               5
                                  WelD     111      Basic Welding                                              2
                                  DIMe     127      Fluid Power
                                  DIMe     128      HVaC
                                  DIMe     129      Drivability
                                  DIMe     213      advanced electrical
                                  CoMM     110      Public Speaking oR
                                  CoMM     111      Interpersonal Communications                               3
                                                    Humanities/Social Science elective                         3
                                                                                                      total   22               14

                                                                                             Total Credits    87       41      70




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                                  DIGITAL MEDIA ARTS AND DESIGN
                                 Associate of Applied Science Degree


Digital Media arts and Design is a program to provide students with employable skills in digital layout, web
design, multimedia, and video production. Skills developed can be used in a variety of fields including education,
marketing, entertainment, and advertising. Students will gain both the aesthetic skills necessary for designing
various media and the technical expertise necessary to implement those designs in various formats. emphasis is
placed on mastery of industry software and hardware applications as well as portfolio development and project
management. A student must earn a ”C” or higher for courses to count toward a degree.

1st Semester (Fall)                                                               Credits
       DMaD 170         Introduction to Digital Image editing                        2
       DMaD 172         Digital Image editing Intermediate techniques                2
       DMaD 110         Introduction to Multimedia                                   3
       MatH 115         Intermediate algebra and applications oR
       MatH 130         Conceptual Mathematics                                       4 (3)
       aRtS 151         two Dimensional Design                                       3
       engl 111         Freshman Composition oR
       engl 118         technical Composition                                     3
                                                                          total 16-17
2nd Semester (Spring)
      DMaD 174        Digital Image editing advanced Compositing                     2
      DMaD 176        Digital Image editing applications                             2
      CoMe 120        Survey of Mass Media                                           3
      PHot 150        Basic Photography oR
      PHot 160        Digital Photography                                            3
      engl 211        advanced Composition oR
      engl 218        advanced technical Composition                                 3
      aRtS 152        Color theory I                                                 3
                                                                          total     16
3rd Semester (Fall)




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       DMaD 200         Intro to Web Design using Dreamweaver                        2
       DMaD 202         Creative Web Design                                          3
       DMaD 240         3D Design and animation                                      3
       CoMM 110         Public Speaking oR
       CoMM 111         Interpersonal Communications                                 3

        option 1
        DMaD 210*       Introduction to non linear Video                             2
        DMaD 212*       Digital Video Production                                     3

        option 2
        DMaD 220*       Introduction to Digital layout and Design                    2
        DMaD 222*       advanced Digital layout and Design                           3

       option 3
       DMaD 230*        Intro to Vector animation                                     2
       DMaD 232*        Interactive 2D animation                                      3
                                                                           total     16
4th Semester
       DMaD      284    Digital Media arts and Design Portfolio Development          3
       DMaD      286    Multimedia Project Management oR
       DMaD      280    Cooperative education                                         3
       BaDM      248    Principles of advertising                                     3
                        Humanities / Social Science elective                          3
                        **approved elective(s)                                        6
                                                                        total        18

                                                                    Total credits 66-67

*third semester choose one set of 5 credits appropriate to your area of interest.
**electives as approved by the program coordinator.

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                                                                 DOMESTIC MANUFACTURER
                                                                    Certificate Program

                                                                                                        Credits
                                   aSeP    110     general Motors Shop Fundamentals & Safety oR           1
                                   CaPP    110     Chrysler Shop Fundamentals & Safety
                                   aSeP    120     general Motors electrical & Ignition Systems oR        7
                                   CaPP    120     Chrysler electrical & Ignition Systems
                                   MatH    113     Math for technical Careers                             3
                                                                                                   total 11

                                   aSeP    130     general Motors Fuel and emissions oR                   4
                                   CaPP    130     Chrysler Fuel and emissions
                                   aSeP    140     general Motors Drivability Diagnosis and Repair oR     4
                                   CaPP    140     Chrysler Drivability Diagnosis and Repair
                                   engl    118     technical Composition                                  3
                                   aSeP    145**   aSe testing oR                                         1
                                   CaPP    145**   aSe testing
                                   aSeP    280*    general Motors Cooperative Work experience oR          4
                                   CaPP    280*    Chrysler Cooperative Work experience
                                                                                                   total 16

                                   aSeP    150     general Motors engines and Related Systems oR        4
                                   CaPP    150     Chrysler engines and Related Systems
                                   aSeP    160     general Motors Heating and air Conditioning oR       2
                                   CaPP    160     Chrysler Heating and air Conditioning
                                   aSeP    281*    general Motors Cooperative Work experience oR        4
                                   CaPP    281*    Chrysler Cooperative Work experience
                                                                                                 total 10
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                                   aSeP    170     general Motors Power trains oR                      8
                                   CaPP    170     Chrysler Power trains
                                   PSYC    115     Interpersonal & Career Development                  3
                                   aSeP    282*    general Motors Cooperative Work experience oR       4
                                   CaPP    282*    Chrysler Cooperative Work experience
                                                                                                total 15

                                   aSeP    180     general Motors Brake Systems oR                    4
                                   CaPP    180     Chrysler Brake Systems
                                   aSeP    190     general Motors Steering and Suspension oR          4
                                   CaPP    190     Chrysler Steering and Suspension
                                   aSeP    146**   aSe exam oR                                        1
                                   CaPP    146**   aSe exam
                                   aSeP    283*    general Motors Cooperative Work experience oR      4
                                   CaPP    283*    Chrysler Cooperative Work experience
                                                                                               total 13

                                                                                            Total Credits 65


                           * A total of 8 of 16 credit hours MUST be earned from ASEP 280, 281, 282, and 283 to qualify for the certificate.
                           two of the four co-op courses must be completed satisfactorily.

                           ** A student MUST have passed a minimum of two ASE certification tests to earn the certificate.




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                                             DRAFTING
                        Associate of Applied Science Degree and Certificate
                                     Civil Drafting and Design
The Civil Drafting and Design program provides students with a firm technical foundation in drafting and the
option to gain skills in civil, map, and topographical drafting. Related technical courses provide the background,
concepts, and skills needed to succeed and advance on the job. general education courses are included in the
curriculum in order to give students the concepts necessary to have a better understanding of the society in which
they work and live.

Note: A student must earn a grade of ”C” or higher in all ”DRFT” courses for the courses to count toward a degree.

AAS = Associate of Applied Science
C = Drafting One-Year Certificate

1st Semester                                                                       AAS             C
       CoSC      125    Business Microcomputer applications                        3               3
       DRFt      110*   technical Drafting I                                       3               3
       DRFt      150*   Computer-aided Drafting (CaD)                              4               4
       engl      111    Freshman Composition oR
       engl      118    technical Composition                                      3               3
       PHYS      111    Introduction to Physics                                    4
       MatH      115    Intermediate algebra and applications                                      4
                                                                          total 17                17
2nd Semester
      DRFt       112    Materials and Processes                                    3               3
      DRFt       113    Materials and Processes lab                                2
      DRFt       115    technical Drafting II                                      4               4
      DRFt       120    Descriptive geometry                                       3
      DRFt       260    advanced autoCaD                                                           4




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      MatH       180    trigonometry                                               3               3
      MatH       185    College algebra                                            3
                                                                          total   18               14
3rd Semester
       DRFt      119    Surveying                                                4
       DRFt      201    Investigations In Civil Drafting                         1
       DRFt      210    technical Drafting III                                   4
       DRFt      248    Civil Drafting I                                         4
       engl      218    advanced technical Composition                           3
                                                                          total 16
4th Semester
       DRFt      247    Construction Practices and estimating                      4
       DRFt      255    Statics and Strength of Materials                          4
       CoMM      110    Public Speaking oR
       CoMM      111    Interpersonal Communication                                3
                        Humanities/Social Science elective                         3
                        approved Drafting elective**                             3-4               3-4
                                                                           total 17-18

                                                                Total Credits     68-69          34-35


*DRFt 110 and DRFt 150 should be taken in the same semester.
**approved electives are: CogR 295, DMaD 170, DMaD 172, DMaD 240, DRFt 195, DRFt 225, DRFt 260,
DRFt 295, geog 120, or geog 151




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                                                                         DRAFTING
                                                            Associate of Applied Science Degree
                                                              Mechanical Drafting and Design

                           The Mechanical Drafting and Design degree program is intended to provide the students with a firm mathematical
                           and scientific foundation on which to build a high degree of technological expertise in manufacturing and
                           engineering technology. these are skills associated with mechanical related positions in industry, engineering
                           technology, and with the government. Further, a strong background in general education courses is provided to
                           enhance the student’s understanding of society and to make progress in his/her field of choice more accessible.

                           Note: A student must earn a grade of a ”C” or higher in all ”DRFT” courses for the course to count toward a degree.

                           1st Semester                                                                      Credits
                                  CoSC     118      Computer Programming Fundamentals with C++                 3
                                  DRFt     110*     technical Drafting I                                       3
                                  DRFt     150*     Computer-aided Drafting (CaD)                              4
                                  engl     111      Freshman Composition oR
                                  engl     118      technical Composition                                      3
                                                    lab Science elective                                       4
                                                                                              total           17
                           2nd Semester
                                 DRFt      112      Materials and Processes                                    3
                                 DRFt      113      Materials and Processes lab                                2
                                 DRFt      115      technical Drafting II                                      4
                                 DRFt      120      Descriptive geometry                                       3
                                 MatH      180      trigonometry                                               3
                                 MatH      185      College algebra                                            3
                                                                                                     total    18
                           3rd Semester
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                                  DRFt     210      technical Drafting III                                    4
                                  MatH     188      Calculus I                                                4
                                  PHYS     211      general Physics I                                         3
                                  PHYS     211l     general Physics I lab                                     1
                                                    Humanities/Social Science elective                        3
                                                    approved Drafting elective **                           3-4
                                                                                                     total 18-19
                           4th Semester
                                  DRFt     255      Statics and Strength of Materials                          4
                                  DRFt     260      advanced autoCaD                                           4
                                  engl     218      advanced technical Composition                             3
                                  CoMM     110      Public Speaking oR
                                  CoMM     111      Interpersonal Communication                               3
                                                    approved Drafting elective**                            3-4
                                                                                                     total 17-18

                                                                                           Total Credits     70-72


                           * DRFt 110 and DRFt 150 should be taken in the same semester.
                           ** approved electives are: CogR 295, DMaD 170, DMaD 172, DMaD 240, DRFt 195, DRFt 225, DRFt
                           248, DRFt 295 geog 120, or geog 151




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                                    EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION
                                         Certificate Program


San Juan College offers the Early Childhood Education Certificate Program as an occupational training and job
upgrading program. Curricula are designed to provide the educational skills and practical experience necessary to
enable the student to enter this occupational field. The Certificate Program is designed on three levels. To provide:

Students with employable skills working as a teaching assistant, child care provider or family day care provider.
Course work that students may apply towards the 120 training hours for the Child Development associate (CDa)
or state required 24 clock hours for training per year for employed child care center and home care providers.

Credit hours towards the a.a. degree or transfer credit toward a four year B.a. degree program in early
Childhood education.

All ECED classes must be completed with a ”C” or better.

1st Semester                                                                   Credits
       eCeD     225      Child growth and Development                             3
       eCeD     120      guiding Young Children                                   3
       eCeD     235      Family and Community Collaboration                       3
       eCeD     145      Health, Safety and nutrition                             2
       eCeD     175      Curriculum Development and Implementation I              5
                                                                          total 16
2nd Semester
      eCeD      222      Introduction to Reading and emergent literacy             3
      eCeD      150      Professionalism                                           2
      eCeD      255      assessment of Children and evaluation of Programs         3
      eCeD      275      Curriculum Development and Implementation II              5




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      engl      111      Freshman Composition oR
      CoMM      110      Public Speaking oR
      CoMM      111      Interpersonal Communication                               3
                                                                       total      16

                                                                Total Credits     32




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                                                                       FIRE SCIENCE
                                                         Associate of Applied Science and Certificate

                           the associate of Fire Science degree is designed to give students the essential educational and hands-on
                           elements needed for a career in firefighting. Students will receive training in the basic concepts of firefighting and
                           will participate in actual hands-on evolutions that will give them real experience in the firefighting career field. This
                           program is extremely physically demanding and requires participants to successfully complete evolutions where
                           the students operate in one of the most aggressive atmospheres that a human being can survive.

                           the associate of applied Science degree in Fire Science is intended for students who are seeking employment
                           by local fire and rescue service organizations. However, many of the entry-level courses do not require a fire
                           department affiliation.

                                                                                Certificate
                           The Basic Firefighting Certificate will be issued to those students successfully completing the 100 level
                           courses outlined below. This certificate represents 23 credit hours for the most basic level of certification
                           offered in this program.

                           AAS = Associate of Applied Science
                           C = Fire Science Certificate

                           Basic Firefighter Courses                                                           AAS                C
                                  FIRE 118        Physical Fitness for Firefighters                             1                 1
                                  FIRE 110        Firefighter I                                                 9                 9
                                  FIRE 120        Firefighter II                                                6                 6
                                  FIRE 130        Technical Rescue for Firefighters                             1                 1
                                  FIRE 140        Hazmat Materials Operations for Firefighters                  1                 1
                                  FIRe 150        Fire lab                                                      5                 5
                                                                                                         total 23                23
                           General Education Courses
                                  engl 111      Freshman Composition oR
                                  engl 118      technical Composition                                            3
                                  engl 211      advanced Composition oR
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                                  engl 218      advanced technical Composition                                   3
                                  CoMM 110      Public Speaking oR
                                  CoMM 111      Interpersonal Communication                                     3
                                  MatH 130      Conceptual Mathematics                                          3
                                                Humanities/Social Science elective                              3
                                                                                                         total 15
                           Required Courses
                                 eMSP 116            emergency Medical technician - Basic                       12
                                 eMSP 224            emergency Medical technician - Intermediate                 6
                                 eMSP 223            Intermediate lab                                            3
                                 eMSP 231            eMt-I Clinical and Field exp                                3

                                                                                                         total 24
                           Core Electives (can be taken in any combination to equal 28 credit
                           hours including credits hours from required 200 level courses)
                                  FIRe 215        Fire Instructor I                                              3
                                  FIRE 220        Mandated Firefighter Training *                                5
                                  FIRE 230        Firefighting Equipment and Apparatus Lab*                      4
                                  FIRE 240        Firefighter I Skills Lab *                                     4
                                  FIRe 245        Pumping apparatus Driver/operator                              4
                                  FIRE 250        Firefighter II Skills Lab *                                    4
                                  FIRE 255        Firefighter Safety - Save Your Own                             2
                                  FIRE 260        Fire Officer I                                                 4
                                  FIRE 265        Fire Officer II                                                3
                                  FIRE 280        Firefighting Career Internship *                               4
                                                                                                        total   10

                                                                                               Total Credits    72                23

                           (*) Indicates designated electives for Farmington Fire Department students
                           Due to student contact hour requirements, similarly titled classes from other institutions will not be acceptable to
                           substitute in this program unless specifically reviewed and approved for substitution.

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                               GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS
                                      One-Year Certificate

The GIS certificate is appropriate for persons interested in developing skills in geospatial technologies to use in
their current profession or for those seeking immediate employment as a technician. the aS is designed to pro-
vide a more comprehensive education in gISt and is appropriate for students seeking employment as technicians
and analysts, or those wishing to transfer to a four-year degree program elsewhere.

1st Semester                                                                     Credits
       geog     118     Introduction to Mapping technologies                        4
       geog     115     Map use, Interpretation & Design                            4
       geog     112     World Regional geography oR
       geog     145     Human geography                                             3
       CoSC     125     Business Microcomputer applications                         3
                                                                         total     14
2nd Semester
       geog     111     Introduction to Physical geography                         4
       geog     120     gPS and Surveying Methods                                  4
       geog     151     geographic Information Systems I                           4
       CoSC     185     Database Management Systems                                3
                                                                         total    15

                                                                Total Credits      29



                          HEALTH INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
            Associate of Applied Science Degree/Health Information Technology
                         Certificate/Medical Insurance Coder/Biller
                              Certificate/Medical Transcription




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San Juan College offers programs designed to meet the increasing demands for well educated and professionally
trained Health Information technicians in health care agencies, regional health information organizations and
regulatory agencies.

these are one, two or three year programs, depending on full or part-time status, and are selective majors.
Specific requirements must be met in order to declare HIT, MCB, or MT majors. All HITP courses are offered
online for the entire curriculum required to earn the aaS degree in Health Information technology is available
online. one MuSt have access to a computer and internet access, DSl or broadband preferred. Some HItP
courses may be offered only once a year; therefore, advisement for sequencing is required. admission to the
programs is by selection. acceptance to the College is granted to most applicants and does not constitute nor
guarantee admission to the Health Information technology Programs. Final approval to enroll in the programs
is granted by the Director of Health Information technology Programs. Selection is limited to 25 students per
semester. taking courses that apply to the HIt curriculums does not guarantee acceptance to the programs.

to be eligible the applicant must have:
High school diploma or college minimum gPa of 2.75. College gPa is based on a minimum of 12 non-remedial
credits. all applicants must complete the SJC accuplacer test if fewer than 18 college credits have been earned,
or if deemed necessary by advisor.

aPPlICatIon PRoCeDuRe
The program applications are completed through the Health Information Technology office located in the San
Juan College 30th Street Center annex. You may arrange for an interview with the Director of Health Information
technologies by phoning 505-566-3597.


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                           Program entry:
                             1. Complete the enrollment process at San Juan College admissions and Records:
                                 a. Declare HIt, MtRn or MCB as your major
                                 b. Submit the general Information Form
                                 c. Request official transcripts from each school that you will use for transfer
                                 d. Request evaluation of all non-San Juan College transcripts
                                 e. take the accuplacer tests if required
                             2. Obtain the appropriate entry application for your chosen course of study from the HIT Office.
                             3. Submit the completed application materials to the HIt Department:
                                 •	 Formal program entry application
                                 •	 accuplacer placement test scores and/or transcripts documenting equivalent credit
                                 •	 Documentation of all prerequisites completed or in progress with gPa and grades listed.
                                 •	 take online readiness quiz.

                           advanced level Program Continuation:
                           Mandatory academic advisement sessions will be held during the first semester. If in good standing, the intent
                           to continue as a degree or certificate student will be documented in the Program student file. If necessary, any
                           developmental/remedial or digital literary work required before advancement will also be documented.

                                                           HEALTH INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
                                                            Associate of Applied Science Degree
                                                                      and Certificates
                           the HIt program is accredited by the Commission on accreditation for Health Informatics and Information
                           Management in collaboration with the american Health Information Management association. upon graduation,
                           students are eligible to write the national certification exam; candidates who successfully pass this exam earn the
                           professional credential of Registered Health Information technician (RHIt).

                           this program is available by pre-selection only. Students must have general education courses completed before
                           admission to program. A grade of ”C” or better must be achieved in all HITP and prerequisite courses. Students
                           who fail to do so will be dropped from the program. all HItP courses must be taken in sequence, as determined
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                           by the Director or Health Information technology advisors.

                                                         Medical Insurance Coder/Biller Certificate
                           This certificate program is aimed at students seeking entry-level employment skills in the health insurance area.
                           all Medical Insurance Coder/Biller courses are offered on-line.

                           Physician practices, hospitals, and medical billing companies have a need to hire individuals with knowledge of
                           diagnostic, disease, and procedure coding with exposure to current billing practices. Credentialed coders are
                           more likely to be considered for employment by physicians and most healthcare facilities.

                           Students must earn a ”C” or higher in all pre-requisite and technical program courses. Students who fail to do
                           so may be dropped from the program. the program will take four semesters to complete for a student attending
                           part-time. all courses must be taken in the following sequence and students must be accepted into the program
                           in order to register for these courses. to make an advising appointment or speak to the program director, call
                           505-566-3597 during regular office hours.

                           AAS = Associate of Applied Science
                           M = Medical Insurance Coder/Biller

                           Prerequisites                                                                     AAS              M
                                  HItP     116     Computerized Business applications                         3               3
                                  engl     111     Freshman Composition oR
                                  engl     118     technical Composition                                       3
                                  engl      218    advanced technical Composition                              3
                                  MatH     114     Math for Health Careers oR                                  3
                                  MatH     115     Intermediate algebra and applications                      (4)
                                  PSYC     120     Introduction to Psychology                                  3
                                  CoMM     111     Interpersonal Communication                                 3
                                                                                                     total   18-19            3


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Core Curriculum:                                                             AAS                   M
      HItP    110       Medical terminology                                    3                   3
      HItP    112       Human Body: Structures & Functions                     4                   4
      HItP    120       Introduction to Health Information technology          3
      HItP    125       Intro to Medical Practice Management (Coding Focus) 3                      3
      HItP    130       Pathophysiology: HItP                                  3                   3
      HItP    140       Computers in Health Care (eHR Focus)                   3                   3
      HItP    150       legal & ethical Issues in HIt                          3
      HItP    160       Pharmacology & laboratory Procedures                   3                   3
      HItP    170       Physician Coding (CPt-4)                               3                   3
      HITP    185       Computerized Medical Office                            3                   3
      HITP    200       Coding Classification Systems I                        3                   3
      HITP    210       Coding Classification Systems II (Coding Focus)        3                   3
      HItP    230       Reimbursement Methodologies                            3                   3
      HItP    240       Health Data analysis                                   4
      HITP    255       EHR & Adv. Medical Office Management (EHR Focus) 3
      HItP    260       Supervised Clinical experience II (90 Hours)           2                   2
      HItP    270       HIt Seminar                                            1
      HItP    286       effective Healthcare Supervisor                        3
                                                                        total 53                  36

                                                                Total Credits     71-72           36



                                   Medical Transcriptionist Certificate
the Medical transcriptionist (Mt) curriculum is designed for the person who wishes to gain the knowledge
and skills necessary in transcribing digital medical dictation using the latest transcribing equipment and/or
adaptations. Medical transcription is a medical language specialty. A high level of fluency in the English language
is required in order to interpret and transcribe dictation by physicians and other healthcare professionals. Medical
transcriptionists work in hospitals, clinics, physician practices, and transcription services. Many work in their




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homes as independent contractors and home-based employees. You must have good hearing acuity and listening
ability combined with reasonable keyboarding skills. this program is Internet based and all content is online
except for reference materials. this program is designed to be completed in one year and requires approximately
450 clock hours, with its content divided into two semesters. Students may choose to complete their course work
on campus in the computer lab or entirely off campus; no classroom attendance is required. experienced senior
transcriptionists will be available to answer questions and interact with students from any location. Prerequisites
are the ability to type 50 corrected words per minute and a score of 86 or above on the accuplacer english test.
The program must be completed with an overall grade of 85% in order to receive certification.

1st Semester                                                                  Credits
       MtRn      110    Introduction to Medical transcription                    3
       MtRn      120    Medical terminology                                      3
       MtRn      130    anatomy and Physiology                                   3
       MtRn      140    Disease Processes                                        2
       MtRn      150    applications and Pronunciations                          3
                                                                         total 14
2nd Semester
      MtRn       200    Medical Specialties and editing                             3
      MtRn       220    Beginning transcription                                     3
      MtRn       230    Intermediate transcription                                  4
      MtRn       240    advanced transcription                                      4
      MTRN       250    Shortcuts and Efficiencies                                  2
                                                                          total    16

                                                                 Total Credits     30




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                                                       HORTICULTURE IN A XERIC ENVIRONMENT
                                                             Associate of Applied Science
                                                                   and Certificate

                           this degree will prepare students to work in an area that is receiving increased interest--landscape water and
                           energy conservation techniques. the program will integrate water, energy and natural resource conservation,
                           horticulture, xeric- and native-plantscapes, natural system functions and hands-on landscape construction.

                           AAS = Associate of Applied Science
                           C = Horticulture Certificate

                           1st Semester                                                                     AAS             C
                                  HoRt     110     Introduction to Xeriscape Principles                     4               4
                                  HoRt     121     Horticulture techniques I                                3               3
                                  MatH     115     Intermediate algebra & applications                      4               4
                                  engl     111     Freshman Composition oR
                                  engl     118     technical Composition                                     3              3
                                                                                                    total   14             14
                           2nd Semester
                                 HORT 115        Ornamental Xeric Plant Identification                      4               4
                                 HoRt 130        Xeriscape Design and Maintenance                           4               4
                                 HoRt 220        Irrigation Principles & Design                             3               3
                                 enSB 285        entrepreneurship                                           3               3
                                 enSB 150        Financial Statements                                       1               1
                                 *one selection from elective courses list                                  3-4             3-4
                                                                                                    total 18-19           18-19
                           3rd Semester
                                  engl 211        advanced Composition oR
                                  engl 218        advanced technical Composition                            3
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                                  HoRt 122        Horticulture techniques II                                3
                                  HoRt 230        Diagnosing Plant Disorders                                4
                                  antH 230        Cultural ecology                                          3
                                 *one selection from elective courses list                                  3-4
                                                                                                    total 16-17
                           4th Semester
                                  BIol 230        environmental Conservation                               4
                                  Reng 270        Sustainable Development                                  3
                                  CoMM 111        Interpersonal Communication                              3
                                  HoRt 280        Xeriscape Special Problems                               4
                                  *one selection from elective courses list                                3-4
                                                                                                   total 17-18
                                                                                           Total Credits 65-68            32-33
                           *Electives Course List
                                   geog 118       Introduction to Mapping technologies                      4               4
                                   BIol 250       Systematic Botany                                         4               4
                                   HoRt 285       Cooperative education                                     1-6             1-6




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                                         HUMAN SERVICES
                                 Associate of Applied Science Degree
                                         Generalist Studies

San Juan College offers the associate of applied Science in Human Services, generalist track, as an
occupational training and job upgrading program. the curriculum is designed to provide the educational skills and
practical experiences necessary to enable a student to enter this occupational field. The program is designed
to provide students with employable skills for entry level positions in mental health, social services, substance
abuse treatment, client advocacy, community outreach, community shelters, youth programs, and other service
oriented programs; and provide students with credits leading to a bachelor’s degree in social work at colleges or
universities in new Mexico.

1st Semester                                                                 Credits
       PSYC     120     Introduction to Psychology                              3
       engl     111     Freshman Composition                                    3
       SoCI     110     Introduction to Sociology                               3
       HMSV     111     Introduction to Human Services                          3
       HMSV     220     Introduction to Substance abuse                         3
       MatH     130     Conceptual Mathematics                                  3
                                                                        total 18
2nd Semester
      engl      211     advanced Composition                                     3
      CoMM      110     Public Speaking oR
      CoMM      111     Interpersonal Communication                              3
      HMSV      112     Principles of Interviewing                               3
                        laboratory Science                                       4
        HMSV 265        Public Policy and Social Change                          3
                                                                       total    16
3rd Semester
       SoCI 215         Sociology of Marriage and Family                         3




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       antH 210         Introduction to Cultural anthropology                    3
       HMSV 211         group Dynamics                                           3
                        laboratory Science                                       4
                        Humanities/Fine or applied arts elective                 3
                                                                        total   16
4th Semester
       PSYC     230     Human Development                                        3
       SoCI     225     Race and ethnic Relations                                3
       HMSV     270     HMSVProfession and Practices                             3
       HMSV     250     Practicum in Human Services                              3
                        Humanities/Fine or applied arts elective                 3
                        approved elective *                                      3
                                                                        total   18

                                                               Total Credits    68


* Suggested approved electives: HMSV 255, HMSV 265, PolS 110, SoCI 210, SoCI 213




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                                                                   HUMAN SERVICES
                                                           Associate of Applied Science Degree
                                                               Substance Abuse Studies

                           San Juan College offers the associate of applied Science in Human Services with an emphasis in Substance
                           abuse Studies as an occupational training and job upgrading program. the curriculum is designed to provide the
                           educational skills and practical experiences necessary to enable a student to enter this occupational field. The
                           program is designed to provide some of the education required by the State of New Mexico for certification as a
                           substance abuse counselor. a course in ethics, additional workshops, and minimum work experiences are also
                           needed for certification. Check with your advisor for further information.

                           1st Semester                                                                  Credits
                                  PSYC     120     Introduction to Psychology                               3
                                  engl     111     Freshman Composition                                     3
                                  SoCI     110     Introduction to Sociology                                3
                                  MatH     130     Conceptual Mathematics                                   3
                                  CoMM     110     Public Speaking oR
                                  CoMM     111     Interpersonal Communication                              3
                                  HMSV     220     Introduction to Substance abuse                          3
                                                                                                     total 18
                           2nd Semester
                                 engl 211          advanced Composition                                     3
                                 HMSV 112          Principles of Interviewing                               3
                                 HMSV 115          group Dynamics                                           3
                                                   Humanities/Fine or applied arts elective                 3
                                                   lab Science                                              4
                                                                                                     total 16
                           3rd Semester
                                  HMSV 226         Substance abuse Diagnosis/assessments                    3
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                                  HMSV 246         Drugs and Behavior                                       3
                                  SoCI 211         Deviant Behavior                                         3
                                                   Humanities/Fine or applied arts elective                 3
                                                   lab Science                                              4
                                                                                                     total 16
                           4th Semester
                                  SoCI     225     Race and ethnic Relations                                3
                                  HMSV     232     twelve Core Functions                                    3
                                  HMSV     255     Practicum in alcohol/Drug abuse                          3
                                  HMSV     265     Public Policy and Social Change                          3
                                  HMSV     270     HMSV Profession and Practices                            3
                                                   approved elective                                        3
                                                                                                     total 18

                                                                                              Total Credits 68


                           * Suggested approved electives: PolS 110, HMSV 265, HMSV 111, HMSV 265, HMSV 250, SoCI 210




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                                         HUMAN SERVICES
                                 Associate of Applied Science Degree
                                      Criminal Justice Studies


San Juan College offers the associate of applied Science in Human Services, Criminal Justice Studies, as an
occupational training and job upgrading program. the curriculum is designed to provide the educational skills and
practical experiences necessary to enable a student to enter this occupational field. The program is designed
to provide students with employable skills for entry level positions in a variety of criminal justice agencies,
institutions, and service oriented programs; and provide students with credits leading to a bachelor’s degree in
criminal justice or social work at colleges or universities in new Mexico.

1st Semester                                                                Credits
       PSYC     120     Introduction to Psychology                             3
       engl     111     Freshman Composition                                   3
       SoCI     110     Introduction to Sociology                              3
       MatH     130     Conceptual Mathematics                                 3
       CoMM     110     Public Speaking oR
       CoMM     111     Interpersonal Communication                               3
       HMSV     111     Introduction to Human Services                            3
                                                                         total   18
2nd Semester
      engl 211          advanced Composition                                      3
      SoCI 213          Introduction to Criminal Justice Systems                  3
      HMSV 112          Principles of Interviewing                                3
                        laboratory Science                                        4
                        Humanities/Fine or applied arts elective                  3
                                                                         total   16
3rd Semester
       SoCI 211         Deviant Behavior                                         3




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       HMSV 115         group Dynamics                                           3
                        approved elective*                                       3
                        laboratory Science                                       4
                        Humanities/Fine or applied arts elective                 3

                                                                         total   16
4th Semester
       PSYC     265     abnormal Behavior                                         3
       SoCI     212     Juvenile Delinquency                                      3
       SoCI     225     Race and ethnic Relations                                 3
       HMSV     270     HMSV Profession and Practices                             3
       HMSV     250     Practicum in Human Services                               3
                        approved elective*                                        3
                                                                         total   18

                                                               Total Credits     68


* Suggested approved electives: PolS 110, HMSV 265, HMSV 220, HMSV 255, SoCI 210




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                                                         INDUSTRIAL MAINTENANCE MECHANIC
                                                             Associate of Applied Science

                           this program is designed to prepare students for positions as maintenance mechanics, maintenance technicians,
                           and operations technicians of power generation, mining, natural gas, refinery, semiconductor, photochemical,
                           and pharmaceutical processes. Students will gain hands-on experience and training on the following equipment
                           and systems: pump rebuilding, pump alignment, fabrication, hydraulics, vibration analysis, rigging, measurement
                           tools, piping systems, lubrication, mechanical drives and welding.

                           Note: A student must earn a grade of “C” or higher for courses to count towards a degree.

                           1st Semester                                                                    Credits
                                  IPoP     110     Introduction to Process technology                      4
                                  IPoP     130     Safety, Health, and environmental                       4
                                  IPoP     133     Process technology 1 ñ equipment                        4
                                  MatH     113     Math for technical Careers                              3
                                  engl     118     technical Composition                                   3
                                                                                                    total 18
                           2nd Semester
                                 IPoP      135     Maintenance overview for operators                          4
                                 IPoP      160     Introduction to Instrumentation                             4
                                 IPoP      165     Process technology 2 ñ Systems                              4
                                 CoSC      125     Business Microcomputer applications                         3
                                 engl      218     advanced technical Composition                              3
                                                                                                    total     18
                           3rd Semeste
                                  MeCH     235     Mechanical Drives 1                                        4
                                  MeCH     236     lubrication                                                1
                                  MeCH     237     Hydraulics 1                                               2
                                  MeCH     261     Pumps 1                                                    4
                                  MeCH     262     Piping Systems                                             2
                                  CoMM     110     Public Speaking or
                                  CoMM     111     Interpersonal Communication                             3
                                  PHYS     111     Introduction to Physics                                 4
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                                                                                                    total 20
                           4th Semester
                                  MeCH     263     Mechanical Drives 2                                        4
                                  MeCH     264     Rigging                                                    2
                                  MeCH     265     Hydraulics 2                                               2
                                  MeCH     266     Pumps 2                                                    2
                                  MeCH     267     Maintenance Project                                        2
                                  WelD     111     Basic Welding                                              2
                                                   Humanities or Social Science elective                      3
                                                                                                    total    17

                                                                                           Total Credits 73


                                                            INDUSTRIAL PROCESS OPERATOR
                                                            Associate of Applied Science Degree
                           this program is designed to prepare students for entry level positions as operators of power generation, natural
                           gas, refinery, petrochemical or pharmaceutical processes. Process operators are employed by plants that produce
                           products such as electricity, commodity gases (natural gas, propane, butane) gasoline, diesel fuel, industrial
                           chemicals, plastics, ultra pure water, pharmaceuticals, etc.
                           a hands-on approach along with process theory presented by instructors with industry experience will thoroughly
                           prepare graduates for entry level operator positions.
                           Note: A student must earn a grade of ”C” or higher for courses to count toward a degree.
                           1st Semester                                                                     Credits
                                   IPoP    110     Introduction to Process technology                      4
                                   IPoP    130     Safety, Health and environment                          4
                                   IPoP    133     Process technology I - equipment                        4
                                   MatH    113     Math for technical Careers                              3
                                   engl    118     technical Composition                                   3
                                                                                                    total 18

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2nd Semester                                                                       Credits
      IPoP       135      Maintenance overview for operators                         4
      IPoP       160      Introduction to Instrumentation                            4
      IPoP       165      Process technology II - Systems                            4
      engl       218      advanced technical Composition                             3
      CoSC       125      Business Microcomputer applications                        3
                                                                              total 18
3rd Semester
       IPoP      235      Process technology III - operators                           4
       IPoP      261      Distributed Control Systems                                  4
       IPoP      262      Process troubleshooting Systems                              4
       CHeM      110      Introductory Chemistry                                       4
       CoMM      110      Public Speaking oR
       CoMM      111      Interpersonal Communications                               3
                                                                              total 19
4th Semester
       IPOP      263      Gas Processing and Petroleum Refining                      4
       IPoP      264      environmental Processes                                    4
       IPoP      265      electrical Power generation                                4
       PHYS      111      Introduction to Physics                                    4
                          Humanities/Social Science elective                         3
                                                                              total 19

                                                                    Total Credits     74



                        INSTRUMENTATION AND CONTROLS TECHNOLOGY
                              Associate of Applied Science Degree

the classes in this program prepare students for careers as instrumentation and controls technicians. In the San
Juan Basin, students with this degree are in demand to work in jobs such as automation technician in the oil field,
controls technicians at local electric utility plants and refineries, and automation technicians for manufacturing. An




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instrumentation and controls technician will have a background in electrical, electronics and instrumentation disciplines.

Note: A student must earn a grade of ”C” or higher in all courses in order to receive a degree or certificate.

1st Semester                                                                      Credits
       CoSC      125      Business Microcomputer applications                        3
       engl      118      technical Composition                                      3
       InSt      140      applied Basic DC Circuits                                  3
       MatH      113      Math for technical Careers                                 3
       CoMM      111      Interpersonal Communications                               3
                                                                              total 15
2nd Semester
      InSt       145      applied Basic aC Circuits                                    3
      InSt       160      Digital electronics                                          5
      InSt       190      Principles of Industrial Measurement                         5
      PHYS       111      Introduction to Physics                                      4
                                                                              total   17
Summer Semester
     engl 218             advanced technical Composition                               3
     InSt 235             electromechanical Devices                                    5
                                                                              total    8
3rd Semester
       InSt      144      national electrical Code                                     3
       InSt      171      Motors and Controls                                          5
       InSt      180      Semiconductor Circuits                                       5
       InSt      271      PlC applications                                             5
                                                                              total   18

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                           4th Semester
                                  InSt 220           Process Control                                                  5
                                  InSt 265           Industrial Wiring                                                4
                                  InSt 284           Print Interpretation                                             3
                                                     Humanities/Social Science elective                               3
                                                                                                           total     15

                                                                                                 Total Credits 73


                                                                       LEGAL ASSISTANT
                                                               Associate of Applied Science Degree

                           Paralegals (legal assistants) are employed by lawyers to assist with daily operations in the law office. Duties may
                           include researching law, investigating facts, interviewing witnesses, preparing documents, managing case files,
                           and preparing cases for settlement or litigation. Paralegals may also be called upon to file and check pleadings
                           and other documents with the courts or other government offices. Paralegal employment is a growing field within
                           the State of new Mexico, as well as other states.

                           Note: A student must earn a ”C” of higher in all courses designated with an asterisk (*) within the program to
                           count toward the degree.

                           this degree program is approved as a navajo nation Bar association advocacy training Program.

                           1st Semester (Fall)                                                                     Credits
                                  leaS 120*          Introduction for Paralegals                                     3
                                  leaS 121*          american law for Paralegals                                     3
                                  engl 111           Freshman Composition                                            3
                                  PSYC 120           Introduction to Psychology oR
                                  SoCI 110           Introduction to Sociology                                       3
                                  leaS 127*          Contract law                                                    3
                                                                                                          total     15
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                           2nd Semester (Spring)
                                 leaS 122*       torts Practice and Pleading                                         3
                                 leaS 123*       legal Research and Writing                                          3
                                 leaS 126*       Criminal law                                                        3
                                 engl 218        advanced technical Composition                                      3
                                 aoaP 210        Word Processing I                                                   3
                                 CoMM 111        Interpersonal Communication                                         3
                                                                                                          total     18
                           3rd Semester (Fall)
                                 leaS 124*           Civil litigation                                                3
                                 leaS 125*           Wills, Probate and estates                                      3
                                 leaS 221*           Family law                                                      3
                                 MatH 130            Conceptual Mathematics                                          3
                                                     Humanities/Social Science elective                              3
                                                                                                          total     15
                           4th Semester (Spring)
                                 leaS 128*           evidence                                                        3
                                 BaDM 132*           Introduction to Financial Planning                              3
                                 leaS 225*           american Indian law                                             3
                                 BaDM 231*           Business law II                                                 3
                                 leaS 219*           trial advocacy                                                  3
                                 leaS 280*           Cooperative education                                           3
                                                                                                          total     18

                                                                                                 Total Credits      66

                           Note: unless otherwise indicated, each continuing legal assistant education course (following page) will be offered on
                           demand, which means that a sufficient number of students must contact the paralegal program director ahead of time to
                           ensure that the course will be offered. these courses will meet the continuing education requirement for legal assistants who
                           are associate members of the New Mexico Bar Association, Paralegal Division and for legal assistants who have been certified
                           by the national association of legal assistants (nala).

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CONTINUING LEGAL ASSISTANT EDUCATION COURSES                                       Credits
     aCCt 232     Income taxation I (Fall Semester)                                   3
     aCCt 233     Income taxation II                                                  3
     leaS 220     Debtor/Creditor Rights                                              3
     leaS 222     Collection and Subrogation                                          3
     leaS 223     Personal Injury Practice: legal and Medical                         3
     leaS 224     natural Resources: oil, gas, Minerals and Water                     3
     LEAS 226     Law Office Administration                                           3
     leaS 227     Corporation and Securities law                                      3
     leaS 229     Consumer law                                                        3


                                    MACHINE SHOP TECHNOLOGY
                                  Associate of Applied Science Degree
                                       and Two-Year Certificate

the Machine Shop technology Program is designed to prepare students for positions in industries that utilize
metal-cutting machine tools. Machinists produce metal parts used in machinery of all types, sizes and shapes.
Major course areas include machine shop safety, measuring instruments, blueprint reading, shop math, and
operation of general machine tools including drill presses, saws, lathes, milling machines, grinders. upon
completion of the program, the student will be qualified as an entry-level machinist, maintenance machinist, or
apprentice machine trades trainee.

note: this program requires that the student purchase his/her own tools. to obtain a list of the required tools,
contact the program instructor.
Note: A student must earn a grade of ”C” or higher in all courses in order to receive a degree or certificate.
AAS = Associate of Applied Science
C = Machine Shop Technology Certificate
Recommended course sequencing for first time students.




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1st Semester                                                                     AAS                 C
       MaSH     115      Machine Shop Blueprint Reading                           3                  3
       MaSH     116      Basic Machine Shop                                       4                  4
       MaSH     117      Machinist Measurements                                   3                  3
       MaSH     118      Basic lathe operations                                   4                  4
       MaSH     119      Single Point threading                                   3                  3
       MatH     113      Math for technical Careers                               3                  3
                                                                           total 20                 20
2nd Semester
      engl      118      technical Composition                                       3
      DRFt      111      Drafting for Industry                                       3               3
      MaSH      122      Basic Milling operations                                    4               4
      MaSH      123      Machining Calculations                                      3               3
      MaSH      124      Precision Surface grinding                                  4               4
      MaSH      129      tool grinding                                               3               3
                                                                           total    20              17
3rd Semester
       engl     218      advanced technical Composition                              3
       WelD     111      Basic Welding (offered in the Fall only)                    2               2
       MaSH     206      advanced lathe operations                                   4               4
       MaSH     207      Specialized Machining operations                            3               3
       MaSH     208      advanced Milling operations                                 4               4
       MaSH     209      Machine Shop Maintenance                                    3               3
                                                                           total    19              16


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                           4th Semester
                                  MaSH       212     advanced Machining techniques                                4                4
                                  MaSH       213     Basic CnC Machining                                          3                3
                                  MaSH       216     advanced Single Point threading                              4                4
                                  MaSH       217     CaD-CaM Machining                                            3                3
                                  CoMM       111     Interpersonal Communication oR
                                  CoMM       110     Public Speaking                                              3
                                                     Humanities / Social Science elective                         3
                                                                                                         total   20               14

                                                                                               Total Credits     79               67



                                                             MEDICAL LABORATORY TECHNICIAN
                                                                Associate of Applied Science

                           the Medical laboratory technician curriculum prepares learners for an entry level position as a medical
                           laboratory technician. the medical laboratory technician is a key member of the health care team performing
                           clinical laboratory procedures in a variety of areas including hematology, chemistry, microbiology, immunology
                           and immunohematology. Students who successfully complete the program will be eligible to take the national
                           certification examination.

                           the Medical laboratory technician Program has completed all requirements for accreditation and is awaiting determination.
                           national accrediting agency for Clinical laboratory Science (naaClS)
                           5600 n River Rd., Suite 720
                           Rosemont, Il 60018
                           773-714-8880; www.naacls.org

                           Admission Requirements
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                           admission to the Medical laboratory technician program is limited and selective. to be considered for admission to
                           the program the following requirements must be met:
                                   Have a high school diploma or equivalent.
                                   Have a college minimum cumulative gPa of 2.75
                                   Complete the prerequisite courses of MatH 115, CHeM 110, CHeM 210, BIol 252, BIol 253, BIol 224
                                     with a minimum grade of C, and complete MltS 120 and MltS 160 with a minimum grade of B.
                                   Submit a completed application by the third Friday in october.

                           1st Semester                                                                       Credits
                                  CHeM      110      Introductory Chemistry *                                    4
                                  engl      111      Freshman Composition                                        3
                                  MatH      115      Intermediate algebra and applications or higher**           4
                                  PSYC      120      Introduction to Psychology                                  3
                                                                                                         total 14
                           2nd Semester
                                 CHeM       210      organic Chemistry Survey or higher                           4
                                 CoMM       111      Interpersonal Communication                                  3
                                 BIol       252      Human anatomy and Physiology I                               4
                                 engl       211      advanced Composition                                         3
                                                                                                         total   14
                           3rd Semester
                                 BIol       224      Microbiology                                                 4
                                 MltS       120      Intro to Med lab Sciences                                    3
                                 MltS       160      theory of Phlebotomy***                                      2
                                 BIol       253      Human anatomy and Physiology II                              4
                                                                                                         total   13




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4th Semester
       MltS    210        Clinical Hematology                                         4
       MltS    211        Clinical Hemostasis                                         1
       MltS    212        urinalysis and Body Fluids                                  1
       MltS    213        Clinical Chemistry Diagnostics                              4
       MltS    214        Immunohematology                                            2
       MltS    215        Immunology Concepts                                         1
       MltS    216        Clinical Microbiology                                       4
                                                                             total   17
5th Semester
       MltS 217           Molecular Diagnostics and Special Procedures                 2
       MltS 220           Clinical Microscopy and Coagulation Practicum                4
       MltS 221           Clinical Chemistry Practicum                                 3
       MltS 222           Clinical Microbiology Practicum                              3
       MltS 223           Immunology and Immunohematology Practicum                    2
       MltS 230           Career Success Seminar                                       2
                                                                        total         16

                                                                     Total credits    74

*Students interested in articulation with unM should take CHeM 111 and 112 sequence
**Students interested in articulation with unM should take MatH 185 College algebra
***MLTS 161 Phlebotomy Practice: Two credits needed to complete Phlebotomy Certificate (not required for
Mlt majors)

General Education Requirements
any student seeking an associate of applied Science degree must complete a minimum of 15 credit hours of
general education.

Students selected for the program must:
    1. apply to and be accepted by San Juan College.




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    2. Complete all admission and remedial requirements of San Juan College.
    3. Submit proof of a physical examination, provide documentation of current immunizations and maintain
       current immunizations throughout the program.
    5. Agree to a criminal background check and drug screen as required by the program affiliates.
    4. Be responsible for all travel expenses to and from program affiliates.
    5. Complete each course in the curriculum with a ”C” or better to remain in and graduate from the program.



                                     NATURAL GAS COMPRESSION
                                   Associate of Applied Science Degree
                                              and Certificate

the natural gas Compression associate of applied Science degree program is designed to provide technically
oriented entry-level employees with the basic knowledge and skills of gas compression equipment and
maintenance required to efficiently and safely maintain, troubleshoot, and operate compression packages in their
area of responsibility.

Instructor approved admission requirement. A student must earn a grade of ”C” or higher in all courses to obtain a degree.

AAS = Associate of Applied Science
C = Natural Gas Compression Certificate

1st Semester                                                                         AAS               C
       SaFe 139           Composite Safety training                                   3                3
       CoMP 111           natural gas Compression engine theory                       5                5
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                           1st Semester (continued)                                                    AAS               C
                                  CoMP 112       natural gas engine Repair/overhaul                     5                5
                                  CoMP 121       natural gas engine Preventative Maintenance.           2                2
                                  CoMP 122       natural gas engine auxiliary equipment                 2                2
                                  CoMP 123       natural gas electrical Diagnostics                     3                3
                                  CoMP 124       natural gas engine troubleshooting                     2                2
                                                                                                 total 22               22
                           2nd Semester
                                 CoMP     190     natural gas Compression Coop Work experience       6                   6
                                 CoMP     230     natural gas Compression theory                     3                   3
                                 CoMP     231     natural gas Compression Repair/overhaul            3                   3
                                 CoMP     235     natural gas Compression Prevent Maintenance        2                   2
                                 CoMP     236     natural gas Compression troubleshooting            2                   2
                                 CoMP     250     natural gas Compression Instrumentation
                                                  and Controls                                       3                   3
                                  CoSC 137        energy Industry Microcomputer oR
                                  CoSC 125        Business Microcomputer applications                3                   3
                                                                                              total 22                  22
                           3rd Semester
                                 CoMP 285         natural gas Compression Coop Work experience II  15.5
                                 engl 118         technical Composition oR
                                 engl 111         Freshman Composition                              3
                                                                                             total 18.5
                           4th Semester
                                 engl     218     advanced technical Composition                           3
                                  geol    120     Introduction to Petroleum geology oR
                                 geol     110     Introduction to geology                                  4
                                 MatH     113     Math for technical Careers                               3
                                 CoMM     111     Interpersonal Communication oR
                                 CoMM     120     Business and Professional Communication               3
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                                                  Humanities/Social Science elective                    6
                                                                                                 total 13

                                                                                        Total Credits 75.5              44




                                           NATURAL GAS COMPRESSION INDUSTRIAL ENHANCEMENT
                                                              Certificate

                           Instructor approved admission requirement. Students must have a minimum of two years of natural gas industry
                           experience. A student must earn a grade of ”C” or higher in all courses to obtain a certificate.

                           1st Semester                                                                 Credits
                                  CoMP     170    natural gas Compression Industrial Drivers               5
                                  CoMP     171    natural gas Compression Industrial Compressors           5
                                                                                              total       10
                           2nd Semester
                                 CoMP 172         natural gas Compression Industrial Instrumentation       5
                                 CoMP 173         natural gas Compression Industrial troubleshooting       5
                                                                                                total     10

                                                                                        Total Credits     20




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                                                NURSING
                                    Associate Degree in Nursing (A.D.N.)

Students who complete the associate Degree in nursing (a.D.n.) program will be eligible to take the national
Council licensing examination (nCleX-Rn) for licensure as Registered nurses (Rn). Program graduates may
continue their education toward a baccalaureate degree in nursing (BSn). our program has established articulation
agreements with new Mexico-based BSn programs. Contact the nursing Department for additional information at
505-566-3224.

Nursing is a selective major. Specific requirements must be met in order to declare a nursing major. For additional
information contact the Office of Admissions and Records or the Nursing Department.

PROGRAM SELECTION REQUIREMENTS
to be eligible for the nursing program selection process, students must have:
   1. achieved a minimum high school or college cumulative gPa of 2.75 or comparable geD scores. the
         GPA requirement must be fulfilled at the end of the fall semester prior to application deadline. (College
         gPa is based on a minimum of 12 non-remedial credits, those numbered 110 or higher.)
   2. taken the accuplacer (aCC) exam, completed appropriate courses according to SJC’s policy as
         described n the college catalog, and registered as a SJC student.
   3. Completed two semesters of high school chemistry within the past 5 years with a grade of ”C” or higher
         in each semester OR completed college level chemistry with a grade of ”C” or higher OR enroll in college
         chemistry no later than the spring semester, prior to beginning the nursing program.
   4. taken the atI test of essential academic Skills (teaS) preadmission exam and obtained the minimum
         eligibility score.
   5. Completed an information session.
   6. Submitted a complete nursing program application. a new application is required if reapplying.

APPLICATION PROCESS
the following must be received no later than the last Friday in January, for classes starting in the fall of the same year.
   1. Submit a completed SJC nursing Program application to the nursing Department. Program applications




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         are available in the nursing Department or on the SJC website during the open application period.
   2. Submit official transcripts from high school and any other colleges to the San Juan College Admission/
         Records office, 4601 College Boulevard, Farmington, NM 87402. The Admissions Office will evaluate
         previous college transcripts for possible transfer credit.
   3. Submit teaS score results to the nursing Department.
   4. Submit a record of attendance for either a classroom or an online information session.

THE DEADLINE FOR APPLYING TO TRACKS I AND II OF THE SJC NURSING PROGRAM IS THE LAST FRIDAY
IN JANUARY, for classes starting in the fall of the same year. this deadline includes having all high school and
previous college transcripts sent to the SJC Admissions Office.

AVAILABLE OPTIONS
tRaCK I offers a two-year option with a spring (May) completion date.

tRaCK II offers an 18-month alternate course of study which includes a summer session, with a fall (December)
completion date.

advanced Placement offers a licensed Practical nurse or a transfer student enrolled in an aDn or BSn program to
transition into the aDn program. Selection is based on space availability and program criteria. Please contact the
nursing Department (505-566-3224) or college website for further information.

                     accredited by the national league for nursing, accrediting Commission, Inc.
                                           Program meets full approval of:
                                            new Mexico Board of nursing
                              6301 Indian School ne, Suite 710, albuquerque, nM 87440
                                           boardofnursing@state.nm.us



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                                                         ASSOCIATE DEGREE IN NURSING (A.D.N.)
                                                               TRACK I PREREQUISITES

                            1. BIol 224 Microbiology (no older than 5 years). BIol 121 is a pre-requisite for this course.
                            2. BIol 252 Human anatomy and Physiology I (no older than 5 years). BIol 121 is a prerequisite for this course.
                               To fulfill this prerequisite you need to have completed 2 semesters of high school biology within the past five
                               years with a grade of C or higher, OR completed college BIOL 121 or equivalent with a grade of ”C” or higher.
                            3. Maintain a gPa of 2.75 in order to start nuRS 125.
                            4. Demonstrate competence in the 21 Basic nursing Skills.

                           Prerequisites to NURS 125                                                         Credits
                                  BIol 224      Microbiology                                                   4
                                  BIol 252      Human anatomy and Physiology I                                 4
                                                                                                       Total   8
                           1st Semester
                                  nuRS 125          nursing Concepts and Practice 1                             8
                                  BIol 253          Human anatomy and Physiology II                             4
                                  PSYC 120          Introduction to Psychology                                  3
                                                                                                       Total   15
                           2nd Semester
                                 nuRS 145           nursing Concepts and Practice 2                             9
                                 nuRS 150           nursing Pharmacological Concepts                            3
                                 PSYC 230           Human Development                                           3
                                                                                                       Total   15
                           Summer Session (Prerequisites to NURS 210)
                                ENGL 111       Freshman Composition                                             3
                                Elective 1     Approved Elective                                                3
                                Elective 2     Approved Elective                                                3
                                NURS 135       Nurse Externship (optional)                                     (4)
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                                                                                                       Total    9
                           3rd Semester
                                  NURS 210          Nursing Concepts and Practice 3                             9
                                  ENGL 218          Advanced Technical Composition OR
                                  ENGL 211          Advanced Composition                                        3
                                                                                                       Total   12
                           4th Semester
                                  NURS 220          Nursing Concepts and Practice 4                             8
                                  NURS 225          Professional Transition                                     1
                                  NURS 230          Preceptorship                                               4
                                                                                                       Total   13

                                                                                          RN Total Credits     72


                           Students may enroll in general education courses prior to admission to the program. (these courses are all
                           those listed above that do not have a NURS prefix.) Taking general education courses that apply to the nursing
                           curriculum does not guarantee acceptance to the program. enrollment in nursing courses is limited to those who
                           have been accepted into the Nursing Program. A grade of ”C” or higher must be achieved in chemistry and every
                           course required in the curriculum.

                           nuRS 205        transition for advanced Placement** (lPn/transfer Students)
                           ** nuRS 205 is required only for students admitted under advanced placement or transfer status. applicants
                           already licensed as practical nurses may apply for advanced placement. For additional information, contact the
                           nursing department at 505-566-3224.

                           note: all clinical credit hours are based on a ratio of 1:3 (one credit hour to three clock hours.)



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                              ASSOCIATE DEGREE IN NURSING (A.D.N.)
                                           TRACK II

All science courses that are required for the ADN degree must be completed by the end of the spring semester prior to
admission ( BIOL 224, BIOL 252, BIOL 253, no older than 5 years). All other general education courses with the ex-
ception of one three-credit hour corequisite must be completed by the end of the summer semester prior to admission
(PSYC 120, ENGL 111, PSYC 230, ENGL 211 or 218, two three-credit hour approved electives. Eligible corequisites
that may be taken during the first program semester: PSYC 230, ENGL 211 or 218, one three-credit hour approved
elective. Track II option is offered every other fall in even years.

                                                                                   Credits
Prerequisite general education courses                                               30
1st Semester
       nuRS 125          nursing Concepts and Practice 1                              8
                                                                           Total     11
2nd Semester
      nuRS 145           nursing Concepts and Practice 2                             9
      nuRS 150           nursing Pharmacological Concepts                            3
                                                                           Total    12
3rd Semester
       nuRS 210          nursing Concepts and Practice 3                             9
                                                                           Total     9
4th Semester
       NURS 220          Nursing Concepts and Practice 4                             8
       nuRS 225          Professional transition                                     1
       nuRS 230          Preceptorship                                               4
                                                                           Total    13

                                                           ADN Total Credits        72




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enrollment in nursing courses is limited to those who have been accepted into the nursing Program. taking
general education courses that apply to the nursing curriculum does not guarantee acceptance to the program. a
grade of ”C” or higher must be achieved in every course required in the curriculum. Approved electives available
in nursing department or on college website.

nuRS 205        transition for advanced Placement** (lPn/transfer Students)
** nuRS 205 is required only for students admitted under advanced placement or transfer status. applicants
already licensed as practical nurses may apply for advanced placement. For additional information, contact the
nursing department at 505-566-3224.
note: all clinical credit hours are based on a ratio of 1:3 (one credit hour to three clock hours.)


                                       OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY
                                  Associate of Applied Science Degree
                                             and Certificate
San Juan College (SJC) requires 15 credit hours to be earned at SJC. Credits for general education and Core
Classes may be earned either online or by conventional classes. Core classes (career field) requirements are 36
credit hours. these can all be earned at SJC, or a student may transfer 18 credit hours for successful completion
of the approved TEEX (texas engineering extension Service) CSHO (Certified Safety & Health Official)
Certificate. For information contact the School of Energy at 505-566-3892.

AAS = Associate of Applied Science
C = Occupational Safety Certificate

General Education Requirements:                                                     AAS            C
      engl 111       Freshman Composition                                            3
      engl 211       advanced Composition                                            3
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                           General Education Requirements: (continued)                              AAS             C
                                  CoMM      110          Public Speaking OR
                                  CoMM      111          Interpersonal Communication                 3
                                  MatH      185          College algebra                             3
                                  BIol      121          Introduction to Biology I                   4
                                  CHeM      111          general Chemistry I                         4
                                  HISt      211          u.S. History to 1865                        3
                                  PolS      250          american national government                3
                                  PSYC      120          Introduction to Psychology                  3
                                  eCon      251          Macroeconomics                              3
                                  aRtS      110          orientation in art OR
                                  MuSI      110          Introduction to Music OR
                                  tHea      110          Introduction to theatre                     3
                                                         General Education Requirements Sub-Total   35

                           Core Class (Career Field) Requirements:
                                 SaFe 250            Management of Safety Work                       2              2
                                 SaFe 251            Hazard Communication and Right-to-Know          1              1
                                 SaFe 252            environmental Management                        2              2
                                 SaFe 253            Safety and Health training                      1              1
                                 SaFe 254            Workers’ Compensation                           1              1
                                 SaFe 255            Fleet Safety                                    1              1
                                 SaFe 256            Risk assessment and Hazard Control              3              3
                                 SaFe 257            emergency Preparedness                          1              1
                                 SaFe 258            Fire Prevention and Protection                  2              2
                                 SaFe 259            Industrial Hygiene                              2              2
                                 SaFe 260            Personal Protective equipment (PPe)             1              1
                                 SaFe 261            ergonomics and Human Factors                    1              1
                                                 Core Class (Career Field) Requirements Sub-Total   18             18
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                           Additional Core Classes needed WITHOUT the TEEX CSHO Certificate: (You are required to take the 18
                           credit hours of SAFE courses and you may choose another 18 credit hours from the list below to equal the
                           total of 36 credit hours of core courses needed to earn the Occupational Safety AAS (this requirement of
                           18 credits hours beyond the SAFE required courses do not apply to you if you have transferred in to the
                           program the 18 credits for a TEEX CSHO).

                                  BlaW      263   occupational Safety law*                           1
                                  aCCt      201   Fundamentals of accounting I*                      4
                                  BaDM      233   Principles of Management*                          3
                                  BaDM      134   Supervision*                                       3
                                  HItP      112   Human Body: Structures and Functions*              4
                                  engl      218   advanced technical Composition* OR                 3
                                  aoaP      117   Business Communication*                            3
                                  IPoP      110   Introduction to Process technology                 4
                                  IPoP      130   Safety, Health & environment                       4
                                  IPoP      133   Process technology I - equipment                   4
                                  CoMP      147   Intro to natural gas engine & Combustion           2
                                  lSoP      111   Production Field tech                              2
                                  lSoP      113   Surface equipment Preventive & Maintenance         2

                                  Additional Core Classes without TEEX CSHO Certificate Sub-Total   18
                                  Total Credits for Occupational Safety AAS at San Juan College     71


                           *Online course




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Additional General Education Requirements for Texas A&M-Commerce BAAS (Bachelor of Applied Arts
and Science) that may be taken at San Juan College and transferred in to the Texas A&M-Commerce
BAAS:

        eCon    252     Microeconomics                                                  3
        HISt    212     u.S. History from 1865                                          3
        CoSC    111     Computer literacy OR
        CoSC    125     Business Microcomputer applications                            3
        PHeD            (activity course)                                              1
        PHeD            (activity course)                                              1
        PSCI    211*    Principles of united States and texas government               3
                                               Total Additional General Education     14

*Texas A & M-Commerce online course


                 PETROLEUM TECHNOLOGY LEASE OPERATOR PROGRAM
                            Associate of Applied Science
                                  and Certificate

the lease operator associate of applied Science degree program is designed to provide technically oriented
entry-level employees with knowledge and skills of production processes and equipment operation required to
efficiently and safely monitor, troubleshoot and operate wells in their area of responsibility.

Instructor approved admission requirement. A student must earn a grade of ”C” or higher in all courses to obtain
a degree.

AAS = Associate of Applied Science
C = Lease Operator Certificate

1st Semester                                                                AAS          Certificate




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       lSoP     111     Production Field tech                                2                  2
       SaFe     139     Composite Safety training                            3                  3
       CoSC     137     energy Industry Microcomputer oR
       CoSC     125     Business Microcomputer applications                  3                 3
       lSoP     112     Wellhead operation and Design                        2                 2
       lSoP     113     Surface equipment Preventive and Maintenance         2                 2
       SaFe     114     Haz Woper                                            2                 2
       CoMP     147     Introduction to natural gas engine and Combustion    2                 2
       lSoP     181     Cooperative Work experience I                        7                 7
                                                                      total 23                23
2nd Semester
      aoaP      130     Human and Customer Relations                            3               3
      CoMM      120     Business and Professional Communication oR
      CoMM      111     Interpersonal Communication                             3              3
      lSoP      201     Basic oil Measurement and gauging                       1              1
      lSoP      202     Basic Field gas Measurement                             2              2
      lSoP      203     Introduction to Wireline and Swab techniques            1              1
      lSoP      205     Beam lift and Chemical Pump                             2              2
      lSoP      206     Reduced Production Rates                                1              1
      lSoP      207     Introduction Plunger lift                               2              2
      SaFe      115     Haz Woper Refresher                                     0.5            0.5
      SAFE      111     Safety ”Best” Awareness                                 0.5            0.5
      SAFE      113     Confined Space - First Aid/CPR                          0.5            0.5
      SaFe      119     Defensive Driving Course                                0.5            0.5
      SaFe      122     excavation/trenching (CP)                               0.5            0.5
      SaFe      142     Initial Safety and H2S                                  0.5            0.5
                                                                       total   18             18

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                           Summer Session                                                                   AAS              C
                                engl 118           technical Composition oR
                                engl 111           Freshman Composition                                      3
                                lSoP 280           Cooperative Work experience II                           15.5
                                                                                                    total   18.5
                           4th Semester
                                 MatH 113          Math for technical Careers oR                              3
                                 MatH 115          Intermediate algebra and applications                     (4)
                                 engl 218          advanced technical Composition                             3
                                                   Social/Science elective                                    3
                                  geol 120         Introduction to Petroleum geology oR
                                  geol 110         Introduction to geology                                  4
                                                                                                    total 13-14

                                                                                           Total Credits 72.5-73.5           41




                                                                  PHLEBOTOMY TECHNICIAN

                           Program Description
                           San Juan College offers a Phlebotomy Program which prepares students with entry level competencies to
                           practice as a phlebotomist in a variety of settings including hospitals, clinics, and physician offices. The
                           curriculum prepares learners to perform phlebotomy procedures, specimen collection and processing. Proper
                           specimen collection and handling is a major key in providing quality analyses used in the maintenance of health
                           and the diagnosis and monitoring of disease and treatment.

                           Certification
                           Students who successfully complete the program will be eligible to take the national certification examination.
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                           The Phlebotomy Certificate Program has applied for approval to:
                           National Accrediting Agency for Clinical Laboratory Science (NAACLS)
                           8410 W. Bryn Mawr Ave. Suite 670
                           Chicago, IL 60631
                           Phone No.: 773.714.8880
                           Website:www.naacls.org

                           Location
                           MltS 160 and portions of MltS 161 are taught at San Juan College main campus. Practicum assignments in
                           MLTS 161 require travel to locations off campus to Clinical affiliates throughout the Four Corners Area.

                           Admission Requirements
                           a high school diploma or equivalent is required for admission to the program. Students admitted must be at least
                           18 years of age. Complete all health requirements and background check required by the clinical affiliates prior
                           to start of MltS 161. the College reserves the right to limit enrollment because of space or budget restrictions,
                           establish selective admission requirements, and give preference to residents of the Four Corners area.

                           Completion of MLTS 160 and MLTS 161 enable the successful student to sit for the national certification exam.

                                   MltS 160     Phlebotom y                                                  2
                                   MltS 161     Phlebotomy Practice                                          2




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                                  PHYSICAL THERAPIST ASSISTANT
                                    Associate of Applied Science

San Juan College offers an on-campus and an online Physical therapist assistant Program leading to an
associate of applied Science Degree. each Pta program accepts 20 students every year. Students who
successfully complete the program are eligible to take the national Physical therapist assistant licensing
examination. Ptas must be licensed in order to practice in most states.

the application deadline for both programs is august 1 of each year. For a program application packet, please
download one from: www.sanjuancollege.edu/pta or contact the Pta Program at (505) 566-3425. acceptance
into either program is based on the admissions criteria outlined in the program application. Both Pta programs
start in January of each year. Students must complete all prerequisites prior to starting the Pta program.

Prerequisites
1st Semester                                                                 Credits
       engl 111         Freshman Composition                                    3
       MatH 114         Math for Health Careers                                 3
       BIol   112       Human Body: Structures and Functions*                   4
       HItP   110       Medical terminology                                     3
                                                                        total 13
2nd Semester
      CoMM 111          Interpersonal Communication                               3
      engl   218        advanced technical Composition**                          3
      PSYC 120          Introduction to Psychology                                3
      PtaP 115          Musculoskeletal Focus***                                  2
                                                                        total    11

                                                   Total Prerequisite Credits    24




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* anatomy and Physiology I and II (BIol 252 and 253) may be taken in place of BIol 112 only with the Pta
program director’s permission.
** engl 111 is a prerequisite to engl 218.
**** BIol 112 is a prerequisite to PtaP 115. PtaP 115 is offered in the summer and fall semesters prior to starting
the Pta Program in January, if accepted based on the selection process.
all science classes must be current within five years.

                                              Online Program
(l) on-line students are required to be at San Juan College approximately 7-14 days (including weekends)
per lab course toward the end of each semester. online students are responsible for transportation and lodging
associated with the on-campus portion of lab courses. online students are also responsible for additional fees
related to printing course material and obtaining a proctor for the PtaP exams.

the Pta Program adheres to the mission, nondiscrimination and equal opportunity policies of San Juan
College. to comply with the americans with Disabilities act of 1990, San Juan College and the Pta Program
provide access to students with disabilities. Students who need accommodations (i.e., note taker, interpreter,
special seating, etc.) need to provide accommodation notices to the instructor. Students can contact the
Disability Services in the advising and Counseling Center, located in the educational Services Center, to make
arrangements and provide documentation in accordance with the americans with Disabilities act of 1990.
Students must also adhere to the academic Honesty Policy at San Juan College. a copy of this policy can be
found at: http://www.sanjuancollege.edu/pages/3010.asp




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                                                                          PTA Curriculum
                           Spring Semester of the First Year                                         On-Campus            Online
                                  PtaP 110        Introduction to Pta                                      3                3
                                  PtaP 125        Clinical Kinesiology                                     4                4
                                  PtaP 130        Pathophysiology                                          3
                                  PtaP 150        Pta Procedures I                                         4
                                                                                                    total 14                 7
                           Summer Semester of the First Year
                                PtaP 140       therapeutic exercise                                           3
                                PtaP 160       Pta Procedures II                                              3
                                PtaP 130       Pathophysiology                                                               3
                                PtaP 150       Pta Procedures I (l)                                                          4
                                                                                                    total     6              7
                           Fall Semester of the First Year
                                  PtaP 21         Principles of Rehabilitation                                5
                                  PtaP 240        Part-time Clinical externships                              2
                                  PtaP 250        Pta Procedures III                                          4
                                  PtaP 260        Seminar                                                     2
                                  PtaP 140        therapeutic exercise (l)                                                   3
                                  PtaP 160        Pta Procedures II (l)                                                      3
                                                                                                    total   13               6
                           Spring Semester of the Second Year
                                  PtaP 280       Full-time Clinical externships                              13
                                  PtaP 210       Principles of Rehabilitation (l)                                            5
                                  PtaP 260       Seminar                                                                     2
                                                                                              total          13              7
                                                                    Total PTA Program On-Campus              46

                           Summer Semester of the Second Year
                                PtaP 240       Part-time Clinical externships                                                2
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                                PtaP 250       Pta Procedure III (l)                                                         4
                                                                                                    total                    6
                           Fall Semester of the Second Year
                                  PtaP 280        Full-time Clinical externships                                            13
                                                                                                    total                   13

                                                                              Total PTA Program Online                      46



                                                                        POLICE SCIENCE
                                                                      Basic Police Academy

                           By graduating from the Basic Police Academy, officers receive a total of 32 college credits that may be applied
                           toward the fourth semester of the associate of applied Science Degree.
                                                                                                           Credits
                                   PolI 118        Physical Fitness for law enforcement                      2
                                   PolI 115        Self Defense for law enforcement                          2
                                   PolI 120        law                                                       3
                                   PolI 130        Patrol Communication and Investigations                   6
                                   PolI 160        law enforcement Professional Writing                      3
                                   PolI 210        Introduction to Criminal Justice                          3
                                   POLI 235        Traffic                                                   3
                                   PolI 240        First Responder for law enforcement                       1
                                   POLI 245        Police Proficiency I                                      3
                                   POLI 246        Police Proficiency II                                     3
                                   POLI 247        Police Proficiency III                                    3
                                                                                                   Total    32

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                                           POLICE SCIENCE
                                      Associate of Applied Science

the associate of applied Science Degree in Police Science is intended for those students who are already
employed by a local law enforcement agency or those who are pursuing a degree as open enrollment students.
For those who are seeking the degree as open enrollment students, acceptance into the academy sponsored
by the San Juan College Criminal Justice training authority is required. through the partnership of the Criminal
Justice Training Authority, San Juan College and New Mexico Highlands University, law enforcement officers may
continue on to earn a Bachelor of arts Degree. this can all be accomplished on the San Juan College Campus.

1st Semester                                                                      Credits
       PSYC     120     Introduction to Psychology                                   3
       engl     111     Freshman Composition                                         3
       SoCI     110     Introduction to Sociology                                    3
       MatH     130     Conceptual Mathematics oR
       MatH     185     College algebra                                              3
       FRen     111     elementary French I oR
       geRM     111     elementary german I oR
       naVa     111     elementary navajo I oR
       SPan     111     elementary Spanish I oR
                        another Foreign language                                     4
                                                                          total     16
2nd Semester
      engl      211     advanced Composition                                         3
      SoCI      213     Introduction to Criminal Justice System                      3
      CoMM      110     Public Speaking oR
      CoMM      111     Interpersonal Communication                                  3
      CHeM      110     Introductory Chemistry oR
      BIol      121     Introductory Biology I                                       4
                        advanced Foreign language                                    4




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                                                                          total     17
3rd Semester
      CHeM      111     general Chemistry I oR
      BIol      122     Introductory Biology II                                      4
      antH      210     Introduction to Cultural anthropology                        3
      HISt      121     Western Civilization to 1700 oR
      HISt      122     Western Civilization Since 1700 oR
      HISt      211     united States History to 1865 oR
      HISt      212     united States History From 1865                              3
      aRtS      110     orientation in art oR
      MuSI      110     Introduction to Music oR
      tHea      110     Introduction to theatre                                      3
      CoSC      111     Computer literacy                                            3
                                                                          total     16
4th Semester
       HMSV     112     Principles of Interviewing                                   3
       PSYC     265     abnormal Behavior                                            3
       PolS     110     Introduction to Political Science                            3
       SoCI     211     Deviant Behavior                                             3
       SoCI     212     Juvenile Delinquency                                         3
       SoCI     225     Race and ethnic Relations                                    3
                                                                          total     18

                                                                  Total credits     67




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                                                                  RENEWABLE ENERGY
                                                        Photovoltaic System Design and Installation
                                                        Associate of Applied Science and Certificate

                           the Photovoltaic System Design and Installation degree is appropriate for students who are looking for a degree
                           and for those wanting to pursue further education. Students will gain the knowledge and skills necessary to
                           design and safely install electrical energy systems based on the latest photovoltaic and power conditioning
                           equipment. employment opportunities exist in small renewable energy businesses, energy companies,
                           equipment supply companies, oil and gas field service companies, utilities, and in international agencies
                           assisting the development of third World countries.

                           One-Year Certificate
                           San Juan College’s Renewable Energy program offers a one-year certificate in Photovoltaic System Design and
                           Installation, which is appropriate for students who already have a college degree, or who currently work in a
                           related industry.

                           Associate of Applied Science
                           to earn the associate of applied Science degree, students must complete the course requirements for the one-
                           year certificate in addition to general education courses. Students may enroll in general education courses prior
                           to admission to the program, but taking the general education courses that apply to the Renewable Energy
                           curriculum does not guarantee acceptance into the program.

                           Renewable energy is a selective program. enrollment in Reng courses is limited to those who have been
                           accepted into the program. Specific requirements must be met in order to enter the Renewable Energy Program.
                           Contact the School of energy or the program coordinator for further information.

                           For the latest program changes and selection process that may supersede the printed catalog, see the program’s
                           web pages at http://www.sanjuancollege.edu/reng. If you do not have internet access contact the School of
                           energy or the program coordinator at 327-5705.
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                           this program requires students to have their own tools. to obtain a list of the required tools, contact the School of
                           energy or the program coordinator.

                           PROGRAM SELECTION REQUIREMENTS

                           to be eligible for the Renewable energy Program selection process, students must have:

                               1. achieved a minimum high school or college cumulative gPa of 2.50 or comparable geD scores. the
                                   GPA requirement must be fulfilled before being admitted into the program. (College GPA is based on a
                                   minimum of 12 non-remedial credits, those numbered 110 or higher.)

                               2. Met the admission requirements as found at the program’s web pages at http://www.sanjuancollege.edu/reng.
                                   If you do not have internet access contact the School of energy or the program coordinator at 327-5705.

                           A student must earn a grade of ”C” or higher in all courses to obtain a certificate or degree.

                           Prerequisites note: the many courses require prior mathematical and computer software experience. MatH 115
                           and COSC 116 are prerequisites for the one-year certificate. Transfer credits are acceptable for substitution.

                           AAS = Associate of Applied Science for the one year certificate
                           C = Certificate
                                                                                                             AAS                C
                                   MatH 115         Intermediate algebra and applications                     4                 4*
                                   CoSC 116         Spreadsheeting                                            3                 3*
                                   engl 118         technical Composition                                     3



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                                                                                 AAS              C
        engl    218      advanced technical Composition                           3
        CHeM    110      Introductory Chemistry                                   4
        CoMM    110      Public Speaking oR
        CoMM    120      Business and Professional Communication                  3
                         Humanities/Social Science elective                       3
                                                                         total   23                7


Summer Session                                                                   AAS              C
     InSt    140         applied Basic DC Circuits                                3               3
     PHYS 111            Introduction to Physics                                  4               4
                                                                         total    7               7
1st Semester
       InSt     144      national electrical Code                                 3               3
       InSt     145      applied Basic aC Circuits                                3               3
       InSt     175      Renewable energy Instrumentation                         3               3
       Reng     242      Photovoltaic Installation and the neC I                  3               3
       Reng     242l     Photovoltaic Installation and the neC I lab              2               2
       Reng     250      Passive Solar Design and analysis                        3               3
                                                                         total   17              17
2nd Semester
      InSt      215      Renewable energy aC and DC Machines                      3               3
      Reng      220      Photovoltaic theory and System Design                    4               4
      Reng      243      Photovoltaic Installation and neC II                     3               3
      Reng      243l     Photovoltaic Installation and the neC II lab             2               2
      Reng      260      Solar thermal Design and application                     3               3
                         Renewable energy elective**                              3-4             3-4
                                                                         total 18-19            18-19




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                                                                 Total Credits 65-66            42-43


*Prerequisites before enrolling in the one year certificate program.
** Choose from: Reng 270, Reng 299, BIol 230

                                        RESPIRATORY THERAPY
                                       Associate of Applied Science

this is an associate degree program that prepares students with the knowledge, clinical and behavioral skills
essential to providing competent and caring services consistent with community and employer expectations.
Students acquire skills in patient assessment, clinical data evaluation, blood gas analysis, pulmonary function
testing, therapeutic techniques, emergency and critical care management, pulmonary rehabilitation and home
care, and other special cardiopulmonary procedures.

the Respiratory therapy program at San Juan College in Farmington, nM, holds a letter of Review from the
Commission on accreditation for Respiratory Care (CoaRC) (www.coarc.com). Phone: (817) 283-2835
address: Commission on accreditation for Respiratory Care
1248 Harwood Road, Bedford, texas 76021-4244

admission Requirements:
admission into the program is limited and competitive. the Respiratory therapy admissions scoring criteria
will be used in the selection process. an applicant must have a high school diploma or equivalent. the criteria
includes the following:
a. Prerequisites: (45%)
         BIol 121         Introductory Biology I (4)
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                                  MatH 114        Math for Health Careers (3)*
                                  engl 111        Freshman Composition (3)
                                  CoMM 110        Public Speaking (3) -oR-
                                  CoMM 111        Interpersonal Communications (3)
                                  *Intermediate algebra taken by an applicant before may be considered.

                           B. admissions test (20%)
                                   Health occupations admission test (Hoat) is the prescribed admissions test.
                                   other tests will be considered such as teaS or HoBet. applicants who have completed and earned an
                           associate degree or higher are not required to take the admissions test.

                           C. Recommendations, previous education and training, CPR, work experience and job shadowing (35%)

                           D. Criminal Background Check, Immunization Record/ Health Certificate and Drug Screen

                           Program Prerequisites                                                       Credits
                                 BIol    121     Introductory Biology                                     4
                                 MatH 114        Math for Health Careers                                  3
                                 CHeM 110        Introductory Chemistry                                   4
                                 engl 111        Freshman Composition                                     3
                                 CoMM 110        Public Speaking oR
                                 CoMM 111        Interpersonal Communication                               3
                                                                                               total      17
                           1st Semester
                                  CoSC    125     Business Microcomputer applications                      3
                                  BIol    252     Human anatomy and Physiology I                           4
                                  ReSP    112     Community Health & Infection Control                     3
                                  ReSP    110     Rt orientation & Patient assessment                      3
                                  ReSP    114     Respiratory Physics & Medical gas therapy                3
                                                                                               total      16
                           2nd Semester
                                 BIol     253     Human anatomy and Physiology II                          4
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                                 ReSP     116     Cardiopulmonary Pharmacology                             3
                                 ReSP     118     Diagnostic and therapeutic techniques                    5
                                 engl     211     advanced Composition oR
                                 engl     218     advanced technical Composition                           3
                                                                                               total      15
                           3rd Semester
                                 ReSP     126     Clinical Practicum I                                     5
                                 ReSP     128     Clinical Simulation I                                    1
                                 ReSP     120     Cardiopulmonary Pathophysiology                          3
                                 ReSP     122     Critical Care Management                                 4
                                 ReSP     124     Special Procedures in Respiratory Care                   2
                                                                                               total      15
                           4th Semester
                                 ReSP     226     Clinical Practicum II                                    5
                                 ReSP     228     Clinical Simulation II                                   1
                                 ReSP     220     Respiratory Seminar I                                    2
                                 ReSP     222     neonatal and Pediatric Respiratory Care                  4
                                 PSYC     120     Introduction to Psychology                               3
                                                                                               total      15
                           5th Semester
                                 ReSP     240     Clinical Practicum III                                   5
                                 ReSP     238     Clinical Simulation III                                  1
                                 ReSP     230     Respiratory Seminar II                                   3
                                 ReSP     232     Pulmonary Rehabilitation and Home Care                   2
                                 ReSP     236     ethics, Management and Wellness Promotion                2
                                                                                               total      13
                                                                                      Total Credits:      74


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                                        SURGICAL TECHNOLOGY
                                Associate of Applied Science and Certificate

this program is designed to instruct students in the tasks and responsibilities of a surgical technologist in the
operating room. areas of study will include, but are not limited to, aseptic technique, positioning of patients,
preparation of instrumentation, pulling of case carts, setting up rooms, and assisting surgeons. By the end of the
degree studies the student will be able to independently prepare for a procedure and assist the surgeon in a great
patient care outcome.

AAS = Associate of Applied Science
C = Surgical Technology Certificate (can lead to AAS)

Program Prerequisites (for AAS and Certificate)
      HItP 110       Medical terminology                                        3                3
      BIol 224       Microbiology                                               4                4
      BIol 252       Human anatomy & Physiology I                               4                4
      BIol 253       Human anatomy & Physiology II                              4                4
      engl 111       Freshman Composition                                       3                3
                                                                        Total 18                18
1st Semester                                                                   AAS               C
       SuRg 110         Introduction to Surgical technology                     6                6
       SuRg 112         Second level of Surgical technology                     6                6
                                                                         total 12                12
2nd Semester
      SuRg 114          third level of Surgical technology                        6              6
      SuRg 116          Fourth level of Surgical technology                       6              6
                                                                         total   12             12
3rd Semester
       SuRg     210     Introduction to Surgical technology Clinical              4              4




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       SuRg     212     Second level of Surgical technology Clinical              4              4
       SuRg     214     third level of Surgical technology Clinical               4              4
       SuRg     216     Fourth level of Surgical technology Clinical              4              4
                                                                         total   16             16
4th Semester
       engl     211     advanced Composition oR
       engl     218     advanced technical Composition                            3
       CoMM     110     Public Speaking oR
       CoMM     111     Interpersonal Communication                               3
       MatH     114     Math for Health Careers oR
                        Higher Math                                               3/4
        PSYC 120        Introduction to Psychology oR
                        Humanities/Social Science                                3
                                                                         total 12-13

                                                                Total Credits 52-53              40




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                                                                    TECHNICAL THEATRE
                                                                 Associate of Applied Science

                           1st Semester                                                                   Credits
                                  aRtS     112     Beginning Drawing I oR
                                  aRtS     151     two Dimensional Design                                    3
                                  aRtS     152     Color theory I                                            3
                                  engl     111     Freshman Composition oR
                                  engl     118     technical Composition                                     3
                                  tHea     110     Introduction to theatre                                   3
                                  tHea     111     acting I                                                  3
                                                                                                  total     15
                           2nd Semester
                                 aRtS      215     Human Figure Drawing I                                    3
                                 DRFt      110*    technical Drafting I                                      3
                                 DRFt      150*    Computer aided Drafting (CaD)                             4
                                 tHea      275     Introduction to Stage Management                          3
                                 tHea      230     Directing                                                 3
                                                                                                  total     16
                           3rd Semester
                                  DRFt     260     advanced auto CaD                                         4
                                  engl     211     advanced Composition oR
                                  engl     218     advanced technical Composition                            3
                                  tHea     140     Introduction to Costuming                                 3
                                  tHea     260     Introduction to theatre Makeup                            3
                                  tHea     270     Introduction to theatre lighting                          4
                                                                                                  total     17
                           4th Semester
                                  MUSI     175     Audio Amplification                                       3
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                                  tHea     250     Introduction to Stagecraft                                4
                                  tHea     288     theatre Capstone                                          4
                                  CoMM     110     Public Speaking oR
                                  CoMM     111     Interpersonal Communication                               3
                                  MatH     115     Intermediate algebra and applications oR
                                                   Higher                                                4/3
                                                                                                  total 17-18

                                                                                           Total Credits 65-66

                           note: Course indicated with an asterisk (*) must be taken together,



                                                  TOYOTA TECHNICAL EDUCATION NETWORK (T-TEN)
                                                           Associate of Applied Science
                                                                 and Certificate

                           this two-year associate of applied Science Degree is supported by toyota Motors. Because of their support,
                           students in the San Juan College t-ten program will receive instruction in current toyota technology. the
                           first phase of training in each subject area will be taught at San Juan College with the last phase taught at a
                           sponsoring toyota dealership. this type of rotation continues for the duration of the t-ten program. this program
                           is available by pre-selection only.




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note: this program requires that the student purchase his/her own tools. to obtain a list of the required tools,
contact the automotive Department.
Note: If the T-TEN program starts in an odd numbered year, the first Co-op will be in the first semester. If the
T-TEN program starts in an even numbered year, the first Co-op will be in the second semester.
Note: A student must earn a grade of ”C” or higher in all courses in order to receive a degree.

AAS = Associate of Applied Science
C = Toyota Technical Education Network Certificate
E = Electrical, Emissions and Performance Technician
H = Automotive Heavy Line Technician
L = Light Line Repair Technician

Recommended course sequencing for first-time students

1st Semester                                                                AAS    C       E        H       L
       tten 110          Shop Fundamentals and Safety                       1      1
       tten 120          electrical and Ignition Systems                    7      7       7
       MatH 113          Math for technical Careers                         3      3
                                                                   total   11     11       7
2nd Semester
      tten      130     Fuel and emission Systems                           4      4       4
      tten      140     Drivability                                         4      4       4
      teCH      110     Industrial technology I                             4
      engl      118     technical Composition                               3      3
      tten      145     aSe tests                                           1      1
      tten      280     toyota Cooperative Work education                   4      4       4
                                                                   total   20     16      12
3rd Semester
      tten      150      engines and Related Systems                        4      4                4
      tten      160      Heating and air Conditioning                       4      4                        4
      CoSC      135      Computer/Basic Management                          4




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      tten      281      toyota Cooperative Work education                  4      4       4
                                                                   total   16     12       4        4       4
4th Semester
      tten      170      Powertrains                                        8      8                8
      engl      218      advanced technical Composition                     3
      PSYC      115      Interpersonal and Career Development               3      3
      tten      282      toyota Cooperative Work education                  4      4                4       4
                                                                   total   18     15               12       4
5th Semester
      tten      180      Brake Systems                                      4      4                        4
      tten      190      Steering and Suspension                            4      4                        4
      tten      146      aSe tests                                          1      1
       CoMM     111      Interpersonal Communication oR
      CoMM      120      Business and Professional Communication            3
      tten      283      toyota Cooperative Work education                  4      4                4
                                                               total       16     13                4       8

                                       total credits required for degree   81     67       23      20      16


* A total of 8 of 16 credit hours MUST be earned from TTEN 280, 281, 282, and 283 to qualify for the certificate.
two of the four co-op courses must be completed satisfactorily.
 ** A student MUST have passed a minimum of two ASE certification tests to earn the certificate.




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                                                                   TRIBAL GOVERNANCE
                                                                 Associate of Applied Science
                                                                       and Certificate

                           the associate of applied Science degree in tribal governance is a specialized program of study for any
                           student who wishes to work within the tribal government system. the courses provide students with a better
                           understanding of the internal workings in a native american governance structure. this degree is not intended
                           for transfer to a 4-year college or university. Students are encouraged to meet with the program coordinator to
                           discuss their career goals prior to enrolling in the program.

                           AAS = Associate of Applied Science
                           C = Tribal Governance Certificate

                           1st Semester                                                                      AAS             C
                                  CoSC     125     Business Microcomputer applications                       3
                                  aoaP     110     Records Management                                        3
                                  aoaP     115     Practical Business Mathematics Procedures                 3
                                  aoaP     116     Business english                                          3
                                  tgoV     120     History of tribal government and Structure                3               3
                                  tgoV     130     tribal organizational Behavior                            3               3
                                                                                                      total 18               6
                           2nd Semester
                                 aoaP      125     Human Relations                                           3
                                 MatH      113     Math for technical Careers oR higher math                 3
                                 aCCt      201     Fundamentals of accounting I                              4
                                 tgoV      150     ethics in tribal government                               3               3
                                 tgoV      180     tribal Resource Management                                3               3
                                                                                                      total 16               6
                           3rd Semester
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                                  aoaP     117     Business Communication                                    3
                                  eCon     251     Macroeconomics                                            3
                                  engl     111     Freshman Composition oR
                                  engl     118     technical Composition                                     3
                                  tgoV     210     tribal Sociology                                          3               3
                                  tgoV     220     tribal administrative law                                 3               3
                                                                                                      total 15               6
                           4th Semester
                                  CoMM     110     Public Speaking                                    3
                                  aCCt     251     Financial Management                               3
                                  tgoV     240     Management and leadership in tribal government     3
                                  tgoV     250     tribal Program Monitoring and evaluation           3                      3
                                  eCon     252     Microeconomics                                     3                      3
                                  engl     218     advanced technical Composition                     3
                                                                                               total 18                      6

                                                                                               Total Credits 67             24




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                                   VETERINARY TECHNOLOGY
                        Associate of Applied Science Degree and Certificate
                                          Online Program

the Veterinary technology program emphasizes the techniques for assisting in diagnostic, surgical, and
clinical procedures with business skills necessary to meet the needs of the profession based on the american
Veterinary Medical association’s list of essential and recommended tasks. Students who successfully complete
the associate’s degree are eligible to sit for the national Veterinary technology examination and/or similar
regional board exams in their state or province. the associate degree program is fully accredited by the american
Veterinary Medical association and coursework may transfer to a four-year college or university.

The certificate is designed for individuals seeking alternative positions in the pet health industry. Individuals
completing the certificate program are not qualified for the National Veterinary Technology Examination and/or
similar regional board exams in their state or province.

this program utilizes an asynchronous, internet based curriculum integrated with hands-on exercises and labs in
a veterinary practice with regular web-based assessment and is designed specifically to accommodate a student’s
work and personal schedule. Courses are completed online with labs and clinical assignments being conducted at
a veterinary practice in the student’s area.

Program admission Requirements:
   1. Be a high school graduate or have a geD
   2. Be employed by a veterinarian for completion of clinical tasks starting in tier two

general education: 19 credit hours
    1. Students are strongly encouraged to complete as many general education classes as possible. prior to
        application to the program.
    2. All preparatory general education classes must be completed with a minimum of a ”C grade from
        a regionally accredited school. equivalent courses taken at other institutions must be approved for




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        substitutions prior to credit be given.
    3. Successful candidates typically have a gPa of 3.0 or higher for all preparatory general education classes
        at the time of application.
    4.
to be selected, students must:
    1. apply and be accepted to San Juan College.
    2. Complete all admission requirements of SJC.
    3. Begin or remain working for a veterinarian and arrange for a qualified preceptor at the hospital they are
        working at prior to tier two enrollment.
    4. Maintain a ”C” or higher grade in all required Veterinary Technology coursework, with a cumulative GPA of
        2.0 or higher required for graduation.
    5. Contact the Veterinary Technology office for advisement: 888-313-3838.

AAS = Associate of Applied Science
C = Certificate

tier 1 – no preparatory classes required for enrollment                  AAS                 C
        Vett 111 Veterinary nursing Care I                                2                  2
        Vett 112 Veterinary Business Procedures I                         2                  2
        Vett 113 Small animal Diseases and Medical Care I                 2                  2
        Vett 114 Pharmacology and Medical therapeutics I                  2                  2
        Vett 115 Vet anesthesia and Surgical assisting I                  2                  2
        Vett 116 Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging I                          2                  2
        Vett 117 Veterinary Clinical Pathology I                          2                  2
         Vett 118 Veterinary Medical terminology                          2                  2
                                                        Credits          16                 16
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                           tier 2 -- Preparatory Work for Veterinary technology
                                    BIol      121 Introductory Biology I oR
                                    BIol      122 Introductory Biology II oR
                                    CHeM 110 Introductory Chemistry or higher                      4   4
                                    CoMM 110 Public Speaking oR
                                    CoMM 111 Interpersonal Communication                           3   3
                                    engl 111 Freshman Composition oR
                                    engl 118 technical Composition                                 3   3
                                    engl 211 advanced Composition oR
                                    engl 218 advanced technical Composition or higher              3
                                    MatH 114 Math for Health Careers or higher math                3   3
                                    Humanities/Social Science elective                             3
                                                                                        Credits   19   13
                           tier 2 – Students must complete Biology or Math and either
                           Speech or english and tier 1 prior to enrolling in tier 2 with a
                           position in a veterinary facility for clinical tasks
                                    Vett 130 Veterinary nursing Care II                            2   2
                                    Vett 131 Veterinary Business Procedures II                     2
                                    Vett 132 Small animal Diseases and Medical Care II             2   2
                                    Vett 133 Pharmacology and Medical therapeutics II              2
                                    Vett 134 Veterinary anesthesia and Surgical assisting II       2
                                    Vett 135 Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging II                      2
                                    Vett 136 Veterinary Clinical Pathology II                      2   2
                                                                                        Credits   14   6
                           tier 3 – Students must complete Biology, Math, Speech,
                           english and tier 2 prior to enrolling in tier 3 with a position in a
                           veterinary facility for clinical tasks
                                    Vett 210 Veterinary nursing Care III                           2
                                    Vett 211 Veterinary Business Procedures III                    2
                                    Vett 212 Small animal Diseases and Medical Care III            2
                                    Vett 213 Pharmacology and Medical therapeutics III             2
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                                    Vett 214 Veterinary anesthesia and Surgical assisting III      2
                                    Vett 215 Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging III                     2
                                    Vett 216 Veterinary Clinical Pathology III                     2   2
                                                                                        Credits   14   2
                           tier 4 – Students must complete all preparatory work and
                           tier 3 prior to enrolling in tier 4 with a position in a
                           veterinary facility for clinical tasks
                                    Vett 230 Veterinary anatomy and Physiology                     3
                                    Vett 232 large animal Diseases and Medical Care 2
                                    Vett 233 large animal Clinical assisting                       3
                                    Vett 235 laboratory animal and Small animal exotic
                                                      Clinical Procedures                          2
                                    Vett 236 emergency and Critical Care Medicine                  2
                                                                                        Credits   12

                                          Total credits required for degree                       75   37




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                                               WELDING
                                  Associate of Applied Science Degree
                                            and Certificates

the Welding/Metal Fabrication Program stresses the practical applications of welding on plate and pipe in
all positions and the necessary theory to support those skill levels. Welding skills are developed by using the
following processes: oxy-acetylene, stick electrode, gas metal arc welding (gMaW), and gas tungsten arc welding
(gtaW). Support courses in mathematics, blueprint reading, drafting and metallurgy are included in the program.

A student must earn a grade of ”C” or higher in order to receive a degree or certificate. attendance is an intricate
part of the learning process, thus, poor attendance can contribute to poor student success.

All courses must be taken in course number sequence. Below is thee recommended course sequencing for
first time students:

AAS = Associate of Applied Science
1-Year = Welding One-Year Certificate
2-Year = Welding Two-Year Certificate

1st Semester                                                                     AAS     1-Yr    2-Yr
       WelD      129     Basic Welding I                                          4        4       4
       WelD      130     Basic Welding II                                         4        4       4
       WelD      131     Basic MIg Welding                                        4        4       4
       WelD      132     Basic tIg Welding                                        4        4       4
       WelD      128     Blueprint Reading for Welders                            3        3       3
                                                                           total 19       19      22
2nd Semester
      WelD       133     Plate Welding I                                          4        4       4
      WelD       134     Plate Welding II                                         3        3       3
      WelD       135     Introduction to Metal Fabrication I                      3        3       3




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      WelD       136     Introduction to Metal Fabrication II                     3        3       3
      MatH       113     Math for technical Careers                               3        3       3
                                                                           total 16       16      16
                         Total credits required for one-year certificate                  35
3rd Semester
       WelD      204     Pipe Welding 1-g/2-g Position                             3                3
       WelD      205     Pipe Welding 5-g/6-g Position                             4                4
       WelD      206     Intermediate Metal Fabrication I                          3                3
       WelD      207     Intermediate Metal Fabrication II                         4                4
       WelD      211     Welding Related Metallurgy                                3                3
       CoMM      110     Public Speaking oR
       CoMM      111     Interpersonal Communication                              3
       engl      118     technical Composition                                    3
                                                                           total 23               17




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                           4th Semester
                                  WelD    208     advanced 2-g/5-g Pipe Welding                            3            3
                                  WelD    209     advanced 6-g Pipe Welding                                3            3
                                  WelD    217*    Pipe Fabrication and layout I                            4            4
                                  WelD    218     Pipe Fabrication and layout II                           4            4
                                  WelD    229*    template theory and Construction                         3            3
                                  DRFt    111     Drafting for Industry                                    3            3
                                                  Humanities/Social Science elective                       3            3
                                  engl 218        advanced technical Compostion                            3
                                                                                                  total   26           20

                                                          Credit totals for each program of study         84   35       75


                           note: Courses indicated with an asterisk (*) must be taken together.
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