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					AVIM 120, Basic D.C. Electronics Theory                             General Education: In addition to the courses listed




                                                                                                                               Occupational/ Technical Studies
AVIM 121A, Applied Basic D.C. Electronics                           above, students must complete one of the general
AVIM 249, Induction and Fuel Metering                               education options listed on page 66:
BIOL 131, Introduction to Biotechnology
                                                                    •   The IGETC pattern (page 85) is accepted by all CSU
BIOL 132, Applied Biotechnology I
                                                                        campuses and most UC campuses and majors. It is
BIOL 133, Applied Biotechnology II
                                                                        also accepted by some private/independent or out
BIOL 134, Introduction to the Biotechnology Lab
                                                                        of state universities.
CBTE 101, Keyboarding for Computers
CBTE 114, Introduction to Microsoft Windows                         •   The CSU GE pattern (page 93) is accepted by all
CBTE 120, Beginning Microsoft Word                                      CSU campuses and some private/independent or
CBTE 122, Intermediate Microsoft Word                                   out of state universities. It is not accepted by the
CBTE 126, Document Processing                                           UC system.
CBTE 127, Introduction to PowerPoint
                                                                    •   The San Diego Community College District General
CBTE 140, Microsoft Excel
                                                                        Education pattern (page 72) may be appropriate
CBTE 153, Database Development with Access
                                                                        for students transferring to a private/independent
CBTE 162, Web Page Creation
CBTE 164, Introduction to Microsoft Outlook
                                                                        or out of state university or to a high-unit major.     171
                                                                        Students selecting this option should meet with a
CBTE 165, Webpage Creation with Dreamweaver
                                                                        counselor to determine the appropriate General
CBTE 170, Desktop Publishing
                                                                        Education courses for their individual transfer
CBTE 173, Introduction to E-Commerce
                                                                        goals.
CBTE 180, Microsoft Office
EMGM 105, Emergency Medical Technician-National                     It is strongly recommended that students consult with
    Registry                                                        a counselor to determine which general education
EMGM 106, Emergency Medical Technician-                             option is most appropriate for their individual
    Defibrillation/Combitude                                        educational goals.
FIPT 100A, Introduction to Fire Suppression and
                                                                    Electives as needed to meet minimum of 60 units
    Maintenance Manipulative Tasks (Beginning)
                                                                    required for the degree.
FIPT 101, Fire Protection Organization
FIPT 102, Fire Prevention Technology
                                                                    Transfer Information
FIPT 103, Fire Protection Equipment and Systems
                                                                    Students planning to transfer to a four-year college or
FIPT 104, Building Construction for Fire Protection
                                                                    university should complete courses required for the
FIPT 105, Fire Behavior and Combustion
                                                                    university major and the general education pattern
FIPT 106, Truck Company Operations
                                                                    required by that transfer institution. See catalog
FIPT 107, Fire Fighting Tactics and Strategy
                                                                    TRANSFER INFORMATION section. Additional courses
FIPT 109, Fire Service Hydraulics
                                                                    may be required to meet university lower-division
FIPT 110, Wildland Fire Control
                                                                    requirements. Course requirements at the transfer
FIPT 114A, Shipboard Fire Control
                                                                    institution are subject to change and may be verified
FIPT 119, Aircraft Fire Control
                                                                    by a counselor or by consulting the current university
FIPT 160, Introduction to Open Water
                                                                    catalog. Many Baccalaureate in Arts degrees require a
   Lifeguarding .......................................... 0.5-17
                                                                    third semester competency in a foreign language.
                                              Total Units = 18
                                                                    Consult the current catalog of the transfer institution
                                                                    and consult with a counselor.




                                                                                    SAN DIEGO MIRAMAR COLLEGE • 2008-2009
                                                                       Program Director
                                                                       The Program Director's office is located in A224. Any
                                                                       questions regarding program contact Program Director:
                             Paralegal                                 P. Darrel Harrison                            619-388 7892
                                                                                                               dharriso@sdccd.edu
 Paralegal




                              Legal Assistant
                                                                       Course Requirements for Transfer Students
                                                                       Students who plan to transfer to a four-year college or
                                                                       university in this discipline should consult with a
                                                                       counselor or visit the Transfer Center to determine the
                                                          Units        appropriate major preparation courses for their specific
               Certificate of Achievement:                             transfer institution and major. Transfer students may
               Paralegal                                  30-36        also earn an Associate in Science degree with an area of
                                                                       emphasis in Occupational/Technical Studies (see page
               Associate in Science Degree:                            169). This degree is designed to accommodate the
172            Paralegal                                 30-36*        differing requirements of a wide variety of transfer
               Occupational/Technical Studies            18*           institutions and major options in order to provide the
                (see page 169)                                         most efficient path to transfer. More information on
                                                                       transfer programs and procedures is available in the
               *and electives as needed to meet minimum of 60          Transfer Guide section of the catalog.
                 units required for the degree.
                                                                       Residency Requirements
                                                                       The Paralegal Program has been extremely cautious in
             Description                                               its acceptance of transfer specialty credit from other
             Approved by the American Bar Association (ABA), the       institutions. All students must complete 18 units of
             Paralegal program provides professional training with     paralegal major on Miramar’s campus. Accredited
             an emphasis on occupational competency. “A legal          institutions that are ABA approved may transfer up to
             assistant or paralegal is a person, qualified by          12 credits toward their major. Legal courses taken more
             education, training or work experience who is employed    than 5 years ago may not meet the current curriculum
             or retained by a lawyer, law office, corporation,         requirements and/or the current laws and procedures
             governmental agency or other entity and who performs      and thus may not be accepted as credit towards the
             specifically delegated substantive legal work for which   major.
             a lawyer is responsible.” Paralegals adhere to
             recognized ethical standards and rules of professional           Legal Assistant Core Curriculum
             responsibility.
                                                                       Courses Required for the Major:                           Units
             Program Emphasis                                          LEGL 100A, Introduction to Paralegalism ................ 1
             The Paralegal program offers both an Associate in         LEGL 100B, Legal Procedures ................................ 2
             Science degree and a Certificate of Achievement in        LEGL 105, Legal Research ..................................... 3
             compliance with the American Bar Association (ABA).       LEGL 110, Legal Writing & Communications............. 3
                                                                       LEGL 115, Civil Litigation I................................... 3
             Objectives of Program                                     LEGL 120, Civil Litigation II-Torts.......................... 3
             To provide students with a post-secondary level of        LEGL 180, Contract Law........................................ 3
             education which will prepare them for transfer to a 4                                               Total Units = 18
             year university to continue their studies [and]
             To provide practical training to students to be
             employed or retained as a paralegal professional by an
             attorney, law office, governmental agency, or other
             entity in the private or public sectors throughout the
             various jurisdictions in the United States [or] perform
             the duties of a paralegal.




             SAN DIEGO MIRAMAR COLLEGE • 2008-2009
          Associate in Science Degree:                                          Certificate of Achievement:
                   Paralegal                                                              Paralegal
                                                                       This option is available only to students entering the
Courses Required for the Major:                               Units    program who have completed all general education core
Core Curriculum .................................................18    requirements through coursework received by either an
Legal Specialty elective courses approved for the                      Associates in Arts degree or a Bachelor’s degree. The




                                                                                                                                    Paralegal
Major: Select twelve units from the following legal                    Certificate of Achievement as a Paralegal requires
specialty courses:                                                     completion of the (18 units) required core courses, (12
LEGL 140, Law Office Management                                        units) legal specialty elective courses or (up to 6 units)
LEGL 145, Federal Court Practices and Procedures                       approved law related courses totaling 30 units.
LEGL 150, Criminal Litigation and Procedure
LEGL 155, Employment Law
LEGL 160, Bankruptcy Law
LEGL 165, Family Law
LEGL 170, Corporate Law
LEGL 175, Estates, Trusts, and Wills
LEGL 200, Elder Law
                                                                                                                                    173
LEGL 210, Immigration Law
LEGL 296, Individualized Instruction in Legal
     Assistant ...................................................12
Law Related courses which may be substituted for
Legal Specialty elective courses: Limited to six units.
ADJU 102, Criminal Law I
ADJU 160, Criminal Law II
ADJU 230, Constitutional Law I
BUSE 140, Business Law and the Legal Environment
REAL 105, Legal Aspects of Real Estate I
LABR 112*, California Workers Compensation
CBTE 221, Legal Office Procedures I
CBTE 222, Legal Office Procedures II
ACCT 116A, Financial Accounting
ACCT 120, Federal Income Tax
                                              Total Units = 30
Other law-related classes may be accepted or
substituted by petition or course substitution.
*Offered at City College only.
For graduation requirements see Associate Degree
Requirements on page 66.




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                                                                                   Transfer Information
                                                                                   Common university majors related to the field of
                                                                                   Physical Education include: Exercise Science, Health
                                                                                   Administration, Health Education, Health Sciences,
 Physical Education




                          Physical Education                                       Kinesiology, Physical Education, Pre-Physical Therapy,
                                                                                   Recreation.

                                                                                   Course Requirements for Transfer Students
                                                                                   Students who plan to transfer to a four-year college or
                                                                                   university in this discipline should consult with a
                                                                                   counselor or visit the Transfer Center to determine the
                                                                      Units
                                                                                   appropriate major preparation courses for their specific
                        Certificate of Achievement:
                                                                                   transfer institution and major. Transfer students may
                        Fitness Specialist                                    18
                                                                                   also earn an Associate in Science degree with an area of
                        Associate in Science Degree:
                                                                                   emphasis in Health and Physical Education Studies (see
                        Health and Physical Education Studies             18*
174                                                                                below). This degree is designed to accommodate the
                        *and electives as needed to meet minimum                   differing requirements of a wide variety of transfer
                         60 units required for the degree.                         institutions and major options in order to provide the
                                                                                   most efficient path to transfer. More information on
                      Description                                                  transfer programs and procedures is available in the
                      Physical Education is a discipline focusing on the           Transfer Guide section of the catalog
                      relationship between physical activity and physical,
                      mental, emotional, and social health. Physical activity            Associate in Science Degree:
                      courses teach movement skills, enhance fitness, and            Health and Physical Education Studies
                      engender a lifestyle consistent with optimal wellness.
                                                                                   The Associate in Science degree with an area of
                      Program Learning Outcomes                                    emphasis in Health and Physical Education Studies is
                      The Department of Physical Education offers an ever-         intended for students who plan to complete a
                      increasing variety of activity courses. Boasting             bachelor's degree at a transfer institution in a health-
                      facilities that include a 32-acre complex of fields for      or exercise science-related major. Common university
                      softball, soccer, sand volleyball, and tennis, the           majors in this field include: Exercise Science, Health
                      Department also offers classes in a state of the art         Sciences/Public Health, Kinesiology, Nutrition and Food
                      three pool aquatic complex. The recent curricular            Science, Occupational Health, Physical Education, Pre-
                      addition of lower division theory courses now allows         Physical Therapy.
                      students to pursue the Transfer Studies degree in
                      Physical Education.                                          This degree is designed to accommodate the differing
                                                                                   requirements of a wide variety of transfer institutions
                      Faculty               Office                Telephone        and major options. Because admission and major
                      Sean Bowers                                                  preparation requirements vary at each transfer
                      Nicolas Gehler        P-103A              619-388-7715       institution, courses used to complete this degree
                      Kevin Petti           S5-101A             619-388-7491       should be selected with the assistance of a Miramar
                      Rod Porter            B-301C1             619-388-7442       College counselor.

                      Career Options                                               Courses Required for the Major:                    Units
                      Most Physical Education career options require               Select at least two courses from the following:
                      baccalaureate degrees and some may require graduate          HEAL 101, Health and Lifestyle
                      degrees. Some of the exciting fields open to physical        HEAL 131, First Aid
                      educators include: athletic trainer, fitness specialist,     NUTR 150, Nutrition
                      physical therapist, health/fitness club manager,             NUTR 170, Nutrition and Fitness
                      physical education instructor, coach, athletic               PHYE 164, Water Safety Instructor
                      administrator, recreation director, resort activities        PHYE 241, Introduction to Exercise Science/Physical
                      director, and sports journalist.                                 Education
                                                                                   PHYE 242, Care and Prevention of Injuries ..........4-19




                      SAN DIEGO MIRAMAR COLLEGE • 2008-2009
Select at least one course from the following:                PHYE 215, Intercollegiate Soccer II
BIOL 107, General Biology-Lecture and Laboratory or           PHYE 216, Intercollegiate Softball I
BIOL 210A, Introduction to the Biological Sciences I          PHYE 218, Intercollegiate Swimming
BIOL 230, Human Anatomy                                       PHYE 219, Intercollegiate Swimming II




                                                                                                                            Physical Education
BIOL 235, Human Physiology ............................4-12   PHYE 220, Intercollegiate Tennis I
Select at least one course and the remainder of units         PHYE 221, Intercollegiate Tennis II
needed to meet the minimum of 18 from the                     PHYE 224, Intercollegiate Volleyball I
following:                                                    PHYE 225, Intercollegiate Volleyball II
BIOL 130, Human Heredity                                      PHYE 226, Intercollegiate Water Polo I
BIOL 135, Biology of Human Nutrition                          PHYE 227, Intercollegiate Water Polo II
BIOL 160, Elements of Human Anatomy and Physiology            PHYE 232, Martial Arts
BIOL 205, General Microbiology                                PHYE 233, Kickboxing
BIOL 210B, Introduction to the Biological Sciences II         PHYE 240, Physical Education in the Elementary Schools
CHEM 100, Fundamentals of Chemistry                           PHYS 125, General Physics
CHEM 100L, Fundamentals of Chemistry Laboratory               PSYC 101, General Psychology
CHEM 130, Introduction to Organic and Biological              PSYC 258, Behavioral Science Statistics
   Chemistry                                                  PSYC 260, Introduction to Physiological Psychology
                                                                                                                            175
CHEM 130L, Introduction to Organic and Biological             SOCO 101, Principles of Sociology................... 0.5-10
   Chemistry Laboratory                                                                               Total Units = 18
CHEM 200, General Chemistry I Lecture
                                                              General Education: In addition to the courses listed
CHEM 200L, General Chemistry I Laboratory
                                                              above, students must complete one of the general
CHEM 201, General Chemistry II Lecture
                                                              education options listed on page 66:
CHEM 201L, General Chemistry II Laboratory
HEAL 101, Health and Lifestyle                                •   The IGETC pattern (page 85) is accepted by all CSU
HEAL 131, First Aid                                               campuses and most UC campuses and majors. It is
MATH 116, College and Matrix Algebra                              also accepted by some private/independent or out
MATH 119, Elementary Statistics                                   of state universities.
MATH 121, Basic Techniques of Applied Calculus I
                                                              •   The CSU GE pattern (page 93) is accepted by all
MATH 141, Precalculus
                                                                  CSU campuses and some private/independent or
MATH 150, Calculus with Analytic Geometry I
                                                                  out of state universities. It is not accepted by the
PHYE 103, Aerobic Dance
                                                                  UC system.
PHYE 106, Aquatic Fitness
PHYE 112, Basketball                                          •   The San Diego Community College District General
PHYE 115, Bowling                                                 Education pattern (page 72) may be appropriate
PHYE 120, Fencing                                                 for students transferring to a private/independent
PHYE 123, Fitness Activities                                      or out of state university or to a high-unit major.
PHYE 126, Golf                                                    Students selecting this option should meet with a
PHYE 132, Individual Conditioning                                 counselor to determine the appropriate General
PHYE 135, Jazz Dance                                              Education courses for their individual transfer
PHYE 139, Lifeguard Training-Advanced Swimming                    goals.
PHYE 140, Modern Dance
                                                              It is strongly recommended that students consult with
PHYE 141, Over-the-Line
                                                              a counselor to determine which general education
PHYE 149, Soccer
                                                              option is most appropriate for their individual
PHYE 151, Softball
                                                              educational goals.
PHYE 154, Fitness Walking
PHYE 155, Swimming                                            Electives as needed to meet minimum of 60 units
PHYE 156, Water Exercise                                      required for the degree.
PHYE 159, Tennis
PHYE 161, Volleyball                                          Transfer Information
PHYE 163, Water Polo                                          Students planning to transfer to a four-year college or
PHYE 166, Weight Training                                     university should complete courses required for the
PHYE 204, Intercollegiate Basketball I                        university major and the general education pattern
PHYE 205, Intercollegiate Basketball II                       required by that transfer institution. See catalog
PHYE 214, Intercollegiate Soccer I                            TRANSFER INFORMATION section. Additional courses



                                                                               SAN DIEGO MIRAMAR COLLEGE • 2008-2009
                    may be required to meet university lower-division
                    requirements. Course requirements at the transfer
                    institution are subject to change and may be verified
                    by a counselor or by consulting the current university
                    catalog. Many Baccalaureate in Arts degrees require a
                                                                                           Physical Science
 Physical Science




                    third semester competency in a foreign language.
                    Consult the current catalog of the transfer institution
                    and consult with a counselor.



                                                                                                                                     Units
                                  Fitness Specialist                                  Associate in Science Degree:
                                                                                      Earth Science Studies                                18*
                    Description                                                       Physics Studies                                      19*
                    Students in this program will be trained as group
                    exercise leaders and personal trainers. Students will             *and electives as needed to meet minimum
176                                                                                    60 units required for the degree.
                    learn the principles of exercise and physical
                    conditioning, techniques of leading individual and
                    group exercise classes, appropriate methods for
                    establishing healthy behavior and designing                     Description
                    personalized exercise prescriptions. Students will be           Physical Science is the study of the physical
                    able to develop safe and effective exercise plans for a         environment, material things, matter, and energy.
                    variety of clients.                                             Students learn the principles that form the foundations
                    The Fitness Specialist certificate program trains               of non-living systems and gain an understanding and
                    students for positions, entry-level or higher, in the           appreciation of the methodologies of science as
                    growing fitness industry. Program graduates will be             investigative tools.
                    qualified to be exercise testing technicians, fitness
                    instructors, strength training instructors, aerobic             Program Learning Outcomes
                    instructors, and personal fitness trainers.                     The Physical Science program is designed to prepare
                    This program prepares candidates for National Academy           students to transfer to a four-year university in a
                    of Sports Medicine (NASM), American Council on                  physical science-related discipline.
                    Exercise (ACE), Aerobics and Fitness Association of
                    America (AFAA), and the National Strength &                     Faculty                Office                Telephone
                    Conditioning Association Certified Personal Trainer             Regina Bochicchio       S5-101D           619-388-7496
                    (NSCA-CPT) certification exams.                                 Sadayoshi Okumoto       S5-101H           619-388-7540

                                                                                    Career Options
                             Certificate of Achievement:                            Careers related to this discipline typically require
                                  Fitness Specialist                                education beyond the associate degree level.
                    Courses Required for the Major:                       Units
                    PHYE 242, Care and Prevention of Injuries .............. 2      Transfer Information
                    PHYE 280, Applied Exercise Physiology ................... 2     Common university majors related to the field of
                    PHYE 281, Applied Kinesiology.............................. 2   Physical Science include: Astronomy, Astrophysics,
                    PHYE 282, Techniques of Weight Training................ 2       Biophysics, Chemical Physics, Earth Sciences,
                    PHYE 283, Exercise and Fitness Assessment ............. 2       Engineering Physics, Environmental Sciences,
                    PHYE 284, Fitness and Sports Nutrition .................. 2     Geographic Information Science, Geology, Hydrologic
                    PHYE 285, Exercise for Special Populations.............. 2      Sciences, Meteorology, Natural Sciences, Oceanography,
                    PHYE 286, Techniques of Exercise Leadership........... 2        Physical Geography, Physical Sciences, Physics.
                    PHYE 287, Fitness Specialist Internship .................. 2
                                                            Total Units = 19
                                                                                    Course Requirements for Transfer Students
                                                                                    Students who plan to transfer to a four-year college or
                                                                                    university in this discipline should consult with a
                                                                                    counselor or visit the Transfer Center to determine the



                    SAN DIEGO MIRAMAR COLLEGE • 2008-2009
appropriate major preparation courses for their specific           CISC 190, Java Programming
transfer institution and major. Transfer students may              ECON 121, Principles of Economics II
also earn an Associate in Science degree with an area of           GEOG 101, Physical Geography
emphasis in Earth Science Studies or Physics Studies               GEOG 101L, Physical Geography Laboratory
(see below). These degrees are designed to                         GEOG 102, Cultural Geography




                                                                                                                                   Physical Science
accommodate the differing requirements of a wide                   GEOL 100, General Geology
variety of transfer institutions and major options in              GEOL 101, General Geology Laboratory
order to provide the most efficient path to transfer.              GEOL 104, Earth Science
More information on transfer programs and procedures               MATH 116, College and Matrix Algebra
is available in the Transfer Guide section of the catalog.         MATH 119, Elementary Statistics
                                                                   MATH 121, Basic Techniques of Applied Calculus I
                                                                   MATH 122, Basic Techniques of Applied Calculus II
         Associate in Science Degree:                              MATH 141, Precalculus
            Earth Science Studies                                  MATH 150, Calculus with Analytic Geometry I
                                                                   MATH 151, Calculus with Analytic Geometry II
The Associate in Science degree with an area of                    PHYN 100, Survey of Physical Science
emphasis in Earth Science Studies is intended for                  PHYN 101, Survey of Physical Science Laboratory
                                                                                                                                   177
students who plan to complete a bachelor's degree at a             PHYN 120, Physical Oceanography
transfer institution in a physical or earth science-               PHYS 126, General Physics II
related major. Common university majors in this field              PHYS 196, Electricity and Magnetism
include: Earth Sciences, Environmental Sciences,                   PHYS 197, Waves, Optics, and Modern Physics
Geographic Information Science, Geology, Hydrologic                PSYC 258, Behavioral Science Statistics
Sciences, Meteorology, Natural Sciences, Oceanography,             SPEE 103, Oral Communication .............................. 8
Physical Geography, and Physical Sciences.                                                                 Total Units = 18
This degree is designed to accommodate the differing               General Education: In addition to the courses listed
requirements of a wide variety of transfer institutions            above, students must complete one of the general
and major options. Because admission and major                     education options listed on page 66:
preparation requirements vary at each transfer
institution, courses used to complete this degree                  •   The IGETC pattern (page 85) is accepted by all CSU
should be selected with the assistance of a Miramar                    campuses and most UC campuses and majors. It is
College counselor.                                                     also accepted by some private/independent or out
                                                                       of state universities.
Courses Required for the Major:                          Units
CHEM 200, General Chemistry I Lecture................... 3         •   The CSU GE pattern (page 93) is accepted by all
CHEM 200L, General Chemistry I Laboratory............. 2               CSU campuses and some private/independent or
PHYS 125, General Physics or                                           out of state universities. It is not accepted by the
PHYS 195, Mechanics........................................... 5       UC system.
Select at least eight units from the following:                    •   The San Diego Community College District General
ASTR 101, Descriptive Astronomy                                        Education pattern (page 72) may be appropriate
ASTR 111, Astronomy Laboratory                                         for students transferring to a private/independent
BIOL 107, General Biology-Lecture and Laboratory                       or out of state university or to a high-unit major.
BIOL 210A, Introduction to the Biological Sciences I                   Students selecting this option should meet with a
BIOL 210B, Introduction to the Biological Sciences II                  counselor to determine the appropriate General
BIOL 215, Introduction to Zoology                                      Education courses for their individual transfer
BIOL 250, Introduction to Botany                                       goals.
CHEM 201, General Chemistry II Lecture
                                                                   It is strongly recommended that students consult with
CHEM 201L, General Chemistry II Laboratory
                                                                   a counselor to determine which general education
CHEM 231, Organic Chemistry I Lecture
                                                                   option is most appropriate for their individual
CHEM 231L, Organic Chemistry I Laboratory
                                                                   educational goals.
CISC 186, Visual Basic Programming
CISC 189A, Introduction to Programming I                           Electives as needed to meet minimum of 60 units
CISC 189B, Introduction to Programming II                          required for the degree.




                                                                                     SAN DIEGO MIRAMAR COLLEGE • 2008-2009
                    Transfer Information                                               •   The CSU GE pattern (page 93) is accepted by all
                                                                                           CSU campuses and some private/independent or
                    Students planning to transfer to a four-year college or                out of state universities. It is not accepted by the
                    university should complete courses required for the                    UC system.
                    university major and the general education pattern
 Physical Science




                    required by that transfer institution. See catalog                 •   The San Diego Community College District General
                    TRANSFER INFORMATION section. Additional courses                       Education pattern (page 72) may be appropriate
                    may be required to meet university lower-division                      for students transferring to a private/independent
                    requirements. Course requirements at the transfer                      or out of state university or to a high-unit major.
                    institution are subject to change and may be verified                  Students selecting this option should meet with a
                    by a counselor or by consulting the current university                 counselor to determine the appropriate General
                    catalog. Many Baccalaureate in Arts degrees require a                  Education courses for their individual transfer
                    third semester competency in a foreign language.                       goals.
                    Consult the current catalog of the transfer institution            It is strongly recommended that students consult with
                    and consult with a counselor.                                      a counselor to determine which general education
                                                                                       option is most appropriate for their individual
178                          Associate in Science Degree:                              educational goals.
                                    Physics Studies
                                                                                       Electives as needed to meet minimum of 60 units
                    The Associate in Science degree with an area of                    required for the degree.
                    emphasis in Physics Studies is intended for students
                    who plan to complete a bachelor's degree at a transfer             Transfer Information
                    institution in a physics-related major. Common                     Students planning to transfer to a four-year college or
                    university majors in this field include: Astronomy,                university should complete courses required for the
                    Astrophysics, Biophysics, Chemical Physics, Engineering            university major and the general education pattern
                    Physics, and Physics.                                              required by that transfer institution. See catalog
                                                                                       TRANSFER INFORMATION section. Additional courses
                    This degree is designed to accommodate the differing               may be required to meet university lower-division
                    requirements of a wide variety of transfer institutions            requirements. Course requirements at the transfer
                    and major options. Because admission and major                     institution are subject to change and may be verified
                    preparation requirements vary at each transfer                     by a counselor or by consulting the current university
                    institution, additional elective courses used to                   catalog. Many Baccalaureate in Arts degrees require a
                    complete this degree should be selected with the                   third semester competency in a foreign language.
                    assistance of a Miramar College counselor.                         Consult the current catalog of the transfer institution
                                                                                       and consult with a counselor.
                    Courses Required for the Major:                          Units
                    MATH 150, Calculus with Analytic Geometry I .......... 5
                    MATH 151, Calculus with Analytic Geometry II......... 4
                    PHYS 195, Mechanics........................................... 5
                    PHYS 196, Electricity and Magnetism ..................... 5
                                                               Total Units = 19


                    General Education: In addition to the courses listed
                    above, students must complete one of the general
                    education options listed on page 66:
                    •    The IGETC pattern (page 85) is accepted by all CSU
                         campuses and most UC campuses and majors. It is
                         also accepted by some private/independent or out
                         of state universities.




                    SAN DIEGO MIRAMAR COLLEGE • 2008-2009
                                                            fulfill requirements for general education and as well as
                                                            American Institutions.

                                                            Faculty               Office                 Telephone
       Political Science                                    Steven Coons           B-302D             619-388-7505




                                                                                                                         Political Science
                                                            Angela Romero          B-301B             619-388-7413

                                                            Career Options
                                                            Career preparation in political science generally requires
                                                            training beyond the associate and often the bachelor's
                                                            degree. This field is commonly chosen as preparation
                                                            for law school. In addition, an advanced degree
                                          Units             prepares students for work such as: public
   Associate in Arts Degree:                                administration, city planning, diplomatic corps,
   Social and Behavioral Sciences            18*            legislative aide, lobbyist, political scientist, and
    (see page 184)                                          teacher.
   *and electives as needed to meet minimum of 60                                                                        179
     units required for the degree.                         Transfer Information
                                                            Common university majors related to the field of
                                                            Political Science include: Developmental Studies,
                                                            International Relations, Law, Peace and Conflict
Description                                                 Studies, Policy Analysis, Political Science, Public
The primary objectives of the Political Science program     Administration.
are: to meet general education requirements for four-
year institutions, American Institutions requirements,      Course Requirements for Transfer Students
Social Sciences, and preparation for transfer to a four-    Students who plan to transfer to a four-year college or
year institution. The study of political science develops   university in this discipline should consult with a
cultural literacy, critical thinking, and other useful      counselor or visit the Transfer Center to determine the
skills. Political Science is the study of human behavior    appropriate major preparation courses for their specific
as it relates to political situations. It involves the      transfer institution and major. Transfer students may
examination of institutions, processes, people, ideas       also earn an Associate in Arts degree with an area of
and policies.                                               emphasis in Social and Behavioral Sciences (see page
                                                            184). This degree is designed to accommodate the
Program Learning Outcomes                                   differing requirements of a wide variety of transfer
The curriculum offers four courses in Political Science:    institutions and major options in order to provide the
Political Science 101, 102, 103, and 140. These courses     most efficient path to transfer. More information on
prepare students for transfer and advanced study at         transfer programs and procedures is available in the
baccalaureate institutions. In addition, courses may        Transfer Guide section of the catalog.




                                                                             SAN DIEGO MIRAMAR COLLEGE • 2008-2009
                                                                              Faculty               Office       Telephone/email
                                                                              Gina Bochicchio       B-301E            619-388-7496
                                                                                                                gbochicc@sdccd.edu
                                                                              Sadayoshi Okumoto S5-101H               619-388-7540
                          Pre-Engineering                                                                      sokumoto@sdccd.edu
 Pre-Engineering




                                                                              Transfer Information
                                                                              Common university majors related to the field of
                                                                              Engineering include: Agricultural Engineering,
                                                                              Architectural Engineering, Aviation and Aerospace
                                                                              Engineering, Bioengineering and Technology, Chemical
                                                                              Engineering, Civil Engineering, Computer Engineering,
                                                                 Units        Computer Science and Engineering, Construction
                    Associate in Science Degree:                              Management, Electrical engineering, Engineering,
                    Pre-Engineering Studies                           18*     Engineering Physics, Engineering Technology,
                                                                              Environmental Engineering, Industrial Engineering and
180                 *and electives as needed to meet minimum
                                                                              Technology, Manufacturing Engineering, Materials
                     60 units required for the degree.
                                                                              Science and Engineering, Mechanical Engineering,
                                                                              Nuclear Engineering, Structural Engineering.
                   Description                                                Course Requirements for Transfer Students
                   The engineering curriculum gives students both the
                                                                              Students who plan to transfer to a four-year college or
                   understanding of fundamental principles of engineering
                                                                              university in this discipline should consult with a
                   as an applied science and the practical expertise to
                                                                              counselor or visit the Transfer Center to determine the
                   apply these principles to actual situations. There is a
                                                                              appropriate major preparation courses for their specific
                   heavy emphasis on basic science, mathematics and
                                                                              transfer institution and major. Transfer students may
                   engineering science. Engineering is a field that
                                                                              also earn an Associate in Science degree with an area of
                   incorporates a variety of disciplines-aerospace,
                                                                              emphasis in Pre-Engineering Studies (see below). This
                   chemical, civil, electrical, industrial manufacturing,
                                                                              degree is designed to accommodate the differing
                   material, mechanical, and electronics and computer.
                                                                              requirements of a wide variety of transfer institutions
                   Program Learning Outcomes                                  and major options in order to provide the most efficient
                   The Pre-Engineering curriculum provides the chemistry,     path to transfer. More information on transfer programs
                   mathematics and physics required for pre-engineering       and procedures is available in the Transfer Guide
                   majors planning to transfer to four-year engineering       section of the catalog.
                   programs. Engineering courses required for specific
                   engineering majors may be taken at San Diego City or               Associate in Science Degree:
                   Mesa College.                                                        Pre-Engineering Studies
                   Career Options                                             The Associate in Science degree with an area of
                   The transfer studies associate degree in Pre-Engineering   emphasis in Pre-Engineering Studies is intended for
                   provides a solid academic base for transferring into an    students who plan to complete a bachelor's degree at a
                   engineering program, or a number of other science-         transfer institution in an engineering-related major.
                   based programs such as biology, physics, or computer       Common university majors in this field include:
                   sciences. The bachelor's degree in engineering             Aerospace Engineering, Civil Engineering, Computer
                   incorporates a variety of disciplines - aerospace,         Engineering, Construction Engineering, Electrical
                   chemical, civil, electrical, industrial manufacturing,     Engineering, Engineering, Engineering Physics,
                   material, mechanical, and electronics and computer.        Engineering Technology, Environmental Engineering,
                                                                              Industrial Engineering / Technology, Manufacturing
                                                                              Engineering, Materials Science, Mechanical Engineering,
                                                                              Nuclear Engineering, and Structural Engineering.
                                                                              This degree is designed to accommodate the differing
                                                                              requirements of a wide variety of transfer institutions
                                                                              and major options. Because admission and major
                                                                              preparation requirements vary at each transfer



                   SAN DIEGO MIRAMAR COLLEGE • 2008-2009
institution, courses used to complete this degree             •   The IGETC pattern (page 85) is accepted by all CSU
should be selected with the assistance of a Miramar               campuses and most UC campuses and majors. It is
College counselor.                                                also accepted by some private/independent or out
                                                                  of state universities.
Courses Required for the Major:                      Units




                                                                                                                         Pre-Engineering
CHEM 200, General Chemistry I Lecture................... 3    •   The CSU GE pattern (page 93) is accepted by all
MATH 150, Calculus with Analytic Geometry I .......... 5          CSU campuses and some private/independent or
Select ten units from the following:                              out of state universities. It is not accepted by the
ACCT 116A, Financial Accounting                                   UC system.
BIOL 205, General Microbiology                                •   The San Diego Community College District General
BIOL 210A, Introduction to the Biological Sciences I              Education pattern (page 72) may be appropriate
BIOL 210B, Introduction to the Biological Sciences II             for students transferring to a private/independent
BIOL 215, Introduction to Zoology                                 or out of state university or to a high-unit major.
BIOL 250, Introduction to Botany                                  Students selecting this option should meet with a
BUSE 140, Business Law and the Legal Environment                  counselor to determine the appropriate General
CHEM 130, Introduction to Organic and Biological                  Education courses for their individual transfer
    Chemistry                                                     goals.
                                                                                                                         181
CHEM 200L, General Chemistry I Laboratory
CHEM 201, General Chemistry II Lecture                        It is strongly recommended that students consult with
CHEM 201L, General Chemistry II Laboratory                    a counselor to determine which general education
CISC 189A, Introduction to Programming I                      option is most appropriate for their individual
CISC 189B, Introduction to Programming II                     educational goals.
CISC 190, Java Programming                                    Electives as needed to meet minimum of 60 units
CISC 192, C/C++ Programming                                   required for the degree.
ECON 121, Principles to Economics II
GEOL 100, General Geology
GEOL 101, General Geology Laboratory                          Transfer Information
MATH 119, Elementary Statistics                               Students planning to transfer to a four-year college or
MATH 151, Calculus with Analytic Geometry II                  university should complete courses required for the
MATH 245, Discrete Mathematics                                university major and the general education pattern
MATH 252, Calculus with Analytic Geometry III                 required by that transfer institution. See catalog
MATH 254, Introduction to Linear Algebra                      TRANSFER INFORMATION section. Additional courses
MATH 255, Differential Equations                              may be required to meet university lower-division
PHYS 125, General Physics                                     requirements. Course requirements at the transfer
PHYS 126, General Physics II                                  institution are subject to change and may be verified
PHYS 195, Mechanics                                           by a counselor or by consulting the current university
PHYS 196, Electricity and Magnetism                           catalog. Many Baccalaureate in Arts degrees require a
PHYS 197, Waves, Optics, and Modern Physics                   third semester competency in a foreign language.
PSYC 258, Behavioral Science Statistics .................10   Consult the current catalog of the transfer institution
                                       Total Units = 18       and consult with a counselor.

General Education: In addition to the courses listed
above, students must complete one of the general
education options listed on page 66:




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                                                                           The following is a sample of the many career options
                                                                           available with additional preparation in this major
                                                                           beyond the associate degree: advertising researcher,
                                                                           school counselor, drug abuse counselor, employment
                            Psychology                                     counselor, manager, marriage and family counselor,
                                                                           mental health worker, personnel analyst, probation
 Psychology




                                                                           officer, police officer, psychometrist, and research. An
                                                                           undergraduate degree in psychology may be an
                                                                           important asset to majors in other fields.

                                                              Units
                Associate in Arts Degree:                                  Transfer Information
                Psychology                                         18*
                                                                           Course Requirements for Transfer Students
                *and electives as needed to meet minimum                   Students who plan to transfer to a four-year college or
                 60 units required for the degree.                         university in this discipline should consult with a
182                                                                        counselor or visit the Transfer Center to determine the
                                                                           appropriate major preparation courses for their specific
              Description                                                  transfer institution and major. Transfer students may
              Psychology is a behavioral science that emphasizes the       also earn an Associate in Arts degree with an area of
              understanding of behavior (feelings, actions, and            emphasis in Psychology (see below). This degree is
              thoughts) of individuals. It should be noted that            designed to accommodate the differing requirements of
              psychology typically focuses on the study of humans          a wide variety of transfer institutions and major options
              though psychologists have interests in other species.        in order to provide the most efficient path to transfer.
              Psychology as a science is most closely related to the       More information on transfer programs and procedures
              biological sciences, although its application often          is available in the Transfer Guide section of the catalog.
              involves persons and cultural/philosophical beliefs or
              values. Students who major in psychology are expected                    Associate in Arts Degree:
              to be able to think critically and scientifically about                         Psychology
              behavior, and be able to apply the principles of
              psychology to the understanding of behavior.                 The Associate in Arts degree with an area of emphasis
                                                                           in Psychology is intended for students who plan to
              Program Learning Outcomes                                    complete a bachelor's degree at a transfer institution in
              The psychology program has two primary goals. The            a psychology-related major. Common university majors
              first is to provide the basic courses that are foundations   in this field include: Behavioral Science, Cognitive
              for further understanding of other courses in                Science, Social Work, Psychobiology, and Psychology.
              psychology and related fields as well as preparation for
              transfer to other institutions for further study. The        This degree is designed to accommodate the differing
              second goal is to provide courses that may include           requirements of a wide variety of transfer institutions
              additional information regarding psychology that are of      and major options. Because admission and major
              general interest to the community and college students       preparation requirements vary at each transfer
              or are applications of psychological principles.             institution, courses used to complete this degree
                                                                           should be selected with the assistance of a Miramar
                                                                           College counselor.
              Faculty               Office        Telephone/EMail
              Kenneth M. McPherson B-403G             619-388-7516         Courses Required for the Major:                        Units
                                                 kmcpher@sdccd.edu         PSYC 101, General Psychology ............................... 3
              Mary Lee Meiners       F-401            619-388-7463         MATH 119, Elementary Statistics or
                                                mmeiners@sdccd.edu         PSYC 258, Behavioral Science and Statistics ............ 3
                                                                           Select twelve units from the following:
              Career Options                                               ASTR 101, Descriptive Astronomy
              Most career options directly related to psychology           BIOL 107, General Biology-Lecture and Laboratory
              require graduate level degrees. However, there are           BIOL 130, Human Heredity
               several applied and paraprofessional occupations that       BIOL 210A, Introduction to the Biological Sciences I
              may not require education beyond the associate degree.       BIOL 210B, Introduction to the Biological Sciences II



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BIOL 230, Human Anatomy                                        General Education: In addition to the courses listed
CHEM 100, Fundamentals of Chemistry                            above, students must complete one of the general
CHEM 100L, Fundamentals of Chemistry Laboratory                education options listed on page 66:
CHEM 130, Introduction to Organic and Biological
                                                               •   The IGETC pattern (page 85) is accepted by all CSU
    Chemistry
                                                                   campuses and most UC campuses and majors. It is
CHEM 130L, Introduction to Organic and Biological




                                                                                                                          Psychology
                                                                   also accepted by some private/independent or out
    Chemistry Laboratory
                                                                   of state universities.
CHEM 152, Introduction to General Chemistry
CHEM 152L, Introduction to General Chemistry                   •   The CSU GE pattern (page 93) is accepted by all
    Laboratory                                                     CSU campuses and some private/independent or
CISC 190, Java Programming                                         out of state universities. It is not accepted by the
CISC 192, C/C++ Programming                                        UC system.
ECON 120, Principles of Economics I
                                                               •   The San Diego Community College District General
MATH 121, Basic Techniques of Applied Calculus I
                                                                   Education pattern (page 72) may be appropriate
MATH 122, Basic Techniques of Applied Calculus II
                                                                   for students transferring to a private/independent
MATH 141, Precalculus
MATH 150, Calculus with Analytic Geometry I
                                                                   or out of state university or to a high-unit major.    183
                                                                   Students selecting this option should meet with a
MATH 151, Calculus with Analytic Geometry II
                                                                   counselor to determine the appropriate General
MATH 252, Calculus with Analytic Geometry III
                                                                   Education courses for their individual transfer
PHIL 100, Logic and Critical Thinking
                                                                   goals.
PHIL 101, Symbolic Logic
PHYS 125, General Physics                                      It is strongly recommended that students consult with
PHYS 126, General Physics II                                   a counselor to determine which general education
PHYS 195, Mechanics                                            option is most appropriate for their individual
PHYS 196, Electricity and Magnetism                            educational goals.
PHYS 197, Waves, Optics, and Modern Physics
                                                               Electives as needed to meet minimum of 60 units
PSYC 121, Introduction to Child Psychology
                                                               required for the degree.
PSYC 123, Adolescent Psychology
PSYC 133, Psychology of Women
                                                               Transfer Information
PSYC 135, Marriage and Family Relations
                                                               Students planning to transfer to a four-year college or
PSYC 137, Human Sexual Behavior
                                                               university should complete courses required for the
PSYC 155, Introduction to Personality
                                                               university major and the general education pattern
PSYC 166, Introduction to Social Psychology
                                                               required by that transfer institution. See catalog
PSYC 211, Learning
                                                               TRANSFER INFORMATION section. Additional courses
PSYC 230, Psychology of Lifespan Development
                                                               may be required to meet university lower-division
PSYC 245, Abnormal Psychology
                                                               requirements. Course requirements at the transfer
PSYC 255, Introduction to Psychological Research
                                                               institution are subject to change and may be verified
PSYC 260, Introduction to Physiological Psychology
                                                               by a counselor or by consulting the current university
SOCO 101, Principles of Sociology.........................12
                                                               catalog. Many Baccalaureate in Arts degrees require a
                                        Total Units = 18
                                                               third semester competency in a foreign language.
                                                               Consult the current catalog of the transfer institution
                                                               and consult with a counselor.




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                                                                                       Social and
                           Selected Studies
 Selected Studies




                                                                                   Behavioral Sciences

                    Designed for students who are interested in a program                                                        Units
                    of studies that will allow them to attain educational or       Associate in Arts Degree:
                    career goals that are not satisfied by associate degrees       Social and Behavioral Sciences                 18*
                    offered in Degree Curricula and Certificate Programs
                                                                                   *and electives as needed to meet minimum
                    listed in this catalog.
                                                                                    60 units required for the degree.
184
                              Associate in Arts Degree:
                                  Selected Studies
                    Courses Required for the Major:                             Description
                    The student must earn a minimum of 18 required              Social Science is a multidisciplinary field that
                    semester units in a single discipline or related            encompasses the study of human behavior in social
                    disciplines. The approved course of study represents a      settings. Students in these disciplines examine and
                    cohesive and rigorous program of instruction related to     analyze human societies; the institutions,
                    a specific goal not met by other Programs of Instruction    organizations, and groups that comprise them; and the
                    as found in this catalog. The student and a counselor       ways in which individuals and groups relate to one
                    will develop a Selected Studies program to be               another. Students also develop an appreciation of the
                    submitted to an academic standards committee for            various approaches and methodologies used to study
                    review and approval. The student is encouraged to meet      human social behavior. Social Science incorporates a
                    with the counselor early in his or her educational career   variety of subject areas such as Anthropology, Ethnic
                    to review the student's statement of justification for      Studies, Geography, History, Political Science, and
                    the Associate in Arts Degree: Selected Studies and to       Sociology.
                    develop an education plan.
                                                                                Program Learning Outcomes
                    Only one course from the approved pattern for the           The Social and Behavioral Sciences program is designed
                    Selected Studies major may be used to satisfy SDCCD         to prepare students to transfer to a four-year university
                    general education requirements. Students must fulfill       in a social science-related discipline.
                    additional requirements for the Associate Degree as
                    listed in this catalog.
                    For graduation requirements see Associate Degree            Career Options
                    Requirements on page 66. Electives as needed to             Careers related to this field typically require education
                    meet minimum of 60 units required for the degree:           beyond the associate degree level.
                    Recommended Electives: Electives are particularly
                    important in this program. They may be used by the
                    student to strengthen the major, explore new fields of
                                                                                Transfer Information
                                                                                Common university majors related to the field of
                    interest, and satisfy graduation requirements at a four-
                                                                                Social Science include: Anthropology, Archeology,
                    year institution.
                                                                                Community Studies, Criminal Justice / Justice Studies,
                    The student who plans carefully may fulfill the             Developmental Studies, Ethnic Studies, Global Studies,
                    requirements for the A.A. Degree and also complete          Geography, Gerontology, History, International
                    most lower division requirements at the four-year           Relations, Law, Peace and Conflict Studies, Policy
                    institution of his/her choice in the major area and in      Analysis, Political Science, Public Administration, Social
                    general education. See generalized guide for transfer       Ecology, Social Science, Sociology, Urban Studies, and
                    students located in this catalog.                           Women's Studies.


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Course Requirements for Transfer Students                  FILI 100, Filipino American Experience
Students who plan to transfer to a four-year college or    GEOG 101, Physical Geography




                                                                                                                     Social and Behavioral Sciences
university in this field should consult with a counselor   GEOG 101L, Physical Geography Laboratory
or visit the Transfer Center to determine the              GEOG 102, Cultural Geography
appropriate major preparation courses for their specific   GEOG 104, World Regional Geography
transfer institution and major. Transfer students may      HIST 100, World History I
also earn an Associate in Arts degree with an area of      HIST 101, World History II
emphasis in Social and Behavioral Sciences (see            HIST 105, Introduction to Western Civilization I
below). This degree is designed to accommodate the         HIST 106, Introduction to Western Civilization II
differing requirements of a wide variety of transfer       HIST 109, History of the United States I
institutions and major options in order to provide the     HIST 110, History of the United States II
most efficient path to transfer. More information on       HIST 120, Introduction to Asian Civilization
transfer programs and procedures is available in the       HIST 121, Asian Civilization in Modern Times
Transfer Guide section of the catalog.                     HIST 141, Women in United States History I
                                                           HIST 142, Women in United States History II
         Associate in Arts Degree:                         HIST 150, Native Americans in United States History
                                                           HIST 151, Native Americans in United States History
                                                                                                                      185
       Social and Behavioral Sciences
                                                           POLI 101, Introduction to Political Science
The Associate in Arts degree with an area of emphasis      POLI 102, The American Political System
in Social and Behavioral Sciences is intended for          POLI 103, Comparative Politics
students who plan to complete a bachelor's degree at a     POLI 140, Contemporary International Politics
transfer institution in a social science-related major.    PSYC 101, General Psychology
Common university majors in this field include:            PSYC 133, Psychology of Women
Anthropology, Archeology, Community Studies, Criminal      PSYC 135, Marriage and Family Relations
Justice / Justice Studies, Developmental Studies,          PSYC 166, Introduction to Social Psychology
Ethnic Studies, Global Studies, Geography, Gerontology,    PSYC 255, Introduction to Psychological Research
History, International Relations, Law, Peace and           PSYC 258, Behavioral Science Statistics
Conflict Studies, Policy Analysis, Political Science,      SOCO 101, Principle of Sociology
Public Administration, Social Ecology, Social Science,     SOCO 110, Contemporary Social Problems
Sociology, Urban Studies, and Women's Studies.             SOCO 201, Advanced Principles of Sociology
                                                           SOCO 223, Globalization and Social Change ....... 12-17
This degree is designed to accommodate the differing       Select at least one course and the remainder of units
requirements of a wide variety of transfer institutions    needed to meet the minimum of 18 from the
and major options. Because admission and major             following:
preparation requirements vary at each transfer             ACCT 116A, Financial Accounting
institution, courses used to complete this degree
                                                           BIOL 107, General Biology-Lecture and Laboratory
should be selected with the assistance of a Miramar
                                                           BUSE 140, Business Law and the Legal Environment
College counselor.
                                                           CBTE 120, Beginning Microsoft Word
Courses Required for the Major:                 Units      CBTE 127, Introduction to PowerPoint
Select at least 12 units from the following social         CBTE 140, Microsoft Excel
and behavioral sciences core courses:                      CBTE 151, Introduction to Microsoft Access
ADJU 101, Introduction to Administration of Justice        CBTE 161, Learning the Internet
ADJU 102, Criminal Law I                                   CBTE 162, Web Page Creation
ADJU 162, Criminal Investigation                           CHEM 100, Fundamentals of Chemistry
ADJU 210, Rules of Evidence                                CHEM 100L, Fundamentals of Chemistry Laboratory
ANTH 102, Introduction to Physical Anthropology            CISC 181, Principles of Information Systems
ANTH 103, Introduction to Cultural Anthropology            CISC 186, Visual Basic Programming
ANTH 104, Laboratory in Anthropology                       CISC 189A, Introduction to Programming I
ANTH 107, Introduction to Archaeology                      CISC 189B, Introduction to Programming II
BLAS 140A, History of the U.S., Black Perspectives         CISC 190, Java Programming
BLAS 140B, History of the U.S., Black Perspectives         ENGL 105, Composition and Literature
ECON 120, Principles of Economics I                        ENGL 205, Critical Thinking and Intermediate
ECON 121, Principles of Economics II                            Composition
                                                           ENGL 237, Women in Literature


                                                                           SAN DIEGO MIRAMAR COLLEGE • 2008-2009
                                  HUMA 106, World Religions                                        Students selecting this option should meet with a
                                  LIBS 101, Information Literacy and Research Skills               counselor to determine the appropriate General
 Social and Behavioral Sciences




                                  MATH 119, Elementary Statistics                                  Education courses for their individual transfer
                                  MATH 121, Basic Techniques of Applied Calculus I                 goals.
                                  MATH 150, Calculus with Analytic Geometry I
                                                                                               It is strongly recommended that students consult with
                                  PHIL 100, Logic and Critical Thinking
                                                                                               a counselor to determine which general education
                                  PHIL 101, Symbolic Logic
                                                                                               option is most appropriate for their individual
                                  PHIL 102B, Introduction to Philosophy: Values
                                                                                               educational goals.
                                  PHIL 205, Critical Thinking and Writing in Philosophy
                                  PHYN 100, Survey of Physical Science.................. 1-6   Electives as needed to meet minimum of 60 units
                                                                        Total Units = 18       required for the degree.
                                  General Education: In addition to the courses listed
                                                                                               Transfer Information
                                  above, students must complete one of the general
                                                                                               Students planning to transfer to a four-year college or
                                  education options listed on page 66:
                                                                                               university should complete courses required for the
                                  •   The IGETC pattern (page 85) is accepted by all CSU       university major and the general education pattern
186                                                                                            required by that transfer institution. See catalog
                                      campuses and most UC campuses and majors. It is
                                      also accepted by some private/independent or out         TRANSFER INFORMATION section. Additional courses
                                      of state universities.                                   may be required to meet university lower-division
                                                                                               requirements. Course requirements at the transfer
                                  •   The CSU GE pattern (page 93) is accepted by all
                                                                                               institution are subject to change and may be verified
                                      CSU campuses and some private/independent or
                                                                                               by a counselor or by consulting the current university
                                      out of state universities. It is not accepted by the
                                                                                               catalog. Many Baccalaureate in Arts degrees require a
                                      UC system.
                                                                                               third semester competency in a foreign language.
                                  •   The San Diego Community College District General         Consult the current catalog of the transfer institution
                                      Education pattern (page 72) may be appropriate           and consult with a counselor.
                                      for students transferring to a private/independent
                                      or out of state university or to a high-unit major.




                                  SAN DIEGO MIRAMAR COLLEGE • 2008-2009
                                                            Career Options
                                                            Most career options for majors require graduate level
                                                            degrees. Graduates with advanced degrees enter careers
                                                            such as: advertising, research, college teaching,
                  Sociology                                 community organizing, criminology, probation officer,
                                                            public administration, social scientist, social work, and




                                                                                                                        Sociology
                                                            urban and regional planning.

                                                            Transfer Information
                                                            Common university majors related to the field of
                                                            Sociology include: Behavioral Science, Community
                                                            Studies, Gerontology, Law, Policy Analysis, Social
                                          Units             Ecology, Social Science, Sociology.
   Associate in Arts Degree:
   Social and Behavioral Sciences            18*            Course Requirements for Transfer Students
    (see page 184)                                          Students who plan to transfer to a four-year college or
   *and electives as needed to meet minimum of 60           university in this discipline should consult with a         187
     units required for the degree.                         counselor or visit the Transfer Center to determine the
                                                            appropriate major preparation courses for their specific
                                                            transfer institution and major. Transfer students may
Description                                                 also earn an Associate in Arts degree with an area of
Sociologists study the behavior of humans as they           emphasis in Social and Behavioral Sciences (see page
interact in varied groups: families, communities, sports,   184). This degree is designed to accommodate the
industrial organizations, and institutions such as          differing requirements of a wide variety of transfer
schools, hospitals, and social service agencies. They       institutions and major options in order to provide the
explore social issues, such as social stratification,       most efficient path to transfer. More information on
deviant behavior, cultural differences, effects of mass     transfer programs and procedures is available in the
media, urban organization, educational systems and          Transfer Guide section of the catalog
mental health. The focus is on how behavior is
influenced by societal structures and how consensus
and conflict among groups affects society.
                                                                                 Spanish
                                                                  See “World Language Studies” on page 188.
Program Learning Outcomes
The curriculum prepares students to transfer to
baccalaureate Institutions. In addition, courses maybe
                                                                 Speech Communications
                                                                  See “Communication Studies” on page 138.
applied to meet the requirements for general education
at both the two and four-year colleges.

Faculty               Office                Telephone
                                                                                 Tagalog
                                                                  See “World Language Studies” on page 188.
Marilyn Espitia       B302-D1            619-388-7504
Corrie D. Ort          B302B             619-388-7501




                                                                             SAN DIEGO MIRAMAR COLLEGE • 2008-2009
                                                                                     Course Requirements for Transfer Students
                                                                                     Students who plan to transfer to a four-year college or
                                                                                     university in this discipline should consult with a
 World Language Studies




                                 World Language                                      counselor or visit the Transfer Center to determine the
                                                                                     appropriate major preparation courses for their specific
                                     Studies                                         transfer institution and major. Transfer students may
                                                                                     also earn an Associate in Arts degree with an area of
                                                                                     emphasis in World Language Studies (see below). This
                                                                                     degree is designed to accommodate the differing
                                                                                     requirements of a wide variety of transfer institutions
                                                                         Units       and major options in order to provide the most efficient
                            Associate in Arts Degree:                                path to transfer. More information on transfer programs
                            World Language Studies                           18*     and procedures is available in the Transfer Guide
                                                                                     section of the catalog.
                            *and electives as needed to meet minimum
                             60 units required for the degree.                                  Associate in Arts Degree:
188
                                                                                                 World Language Studies
                          Description                                                The Associate in Arts degree with an area of emphasis
                          The study of world languages builds communication          in World Language Studies is intended for students who
                          skills, provides exposure to the richness of cultural      plan to complete a bachelor's degree at a transfer
                          variety; meets baccalaureate degree language               institution in a world language-related major. Common
                          requirements; broadens career opportunities enriches       university majors in this field include: Comparative
                          global travel; provides personal enrichment, and           Literature, Foreign Languages (all), Regional Studies
                          prepares students for upper division work in a             (all), World Languages, and World Literature.
                          baccalaureate institution.
                                                                                     This degree is designed to accommodate the differing
                          Program Learning Outcomes                                  requirements of a wide variety of transfer institutions
                          Students develop skills of understanding, speaking,        and major options. Because admission and major
                          reading, and writing. They also become acquainted with     preparation requirements vary at each transfer
                          the culture, literature, history and current events of     institution, courses used to complete this degree
                          foreign countries. The curriculum focuses on preparing     should be selected with the assistance of a Miramar
                          students for transfer to baccalaureate institutions and    College counselor.
                          for proficiency in several world languages in a variety
                          of settings.                                               Courses Required for the Major:                      Units
                                                                                     Select one language course sequence:
                          Faculty               Office               Telephone       ARAB 101, First Course in Arabic and
                          April Koch            C-202G             619-388-7537      ARAB 102, Second Course in Arabic
                          Virginia Naters       C-202H             619-388-7538      or
                                                                                     SPAN 101, First Course in Spanish and
                          Career Options                                             SPAN 102, Second Course in Spanish and
                          Many students pursue an associate degree in world
                                                                                     SPAN 201, Third Course in Spanish and
                          languages to add language skills in their field of work.
                                                                                     SPAN 202, Fourth Course in Spanish
                          Degrees beyond the associate level lead to careers such
                                                                                     or
                          as: working in local and state agencies, multinational
                                                                                     SPAN 101, First Course in Spanish and
                          companies, international marketing and consulting
                                                                                     SPAN 102, Second Course in Spanish and
                          firms, international banking, advertising, journalism,
                                                                                     SPAN 215, Spanish for Spanish Speakers I and
                          media and entertainment, travel and tourism, hotel and
                                                                                     SPAN 216, Spanish for Spanish Speakers II
                          restaurant industries, and health care.
                                                                                     or
                          Transfer Information                                       TAGA 101, First Course in Tagalog and
                          Common university majors related to the field of           TAGA 102, Second Course in Tagalog and
                          world languages include: Comparative Literature,           TAGA 201, Third Course in Tagalog ................. 10-20*
                          Foreign Languages (all), Regional Studies (all), World
                          Languages, and World Literature.



                          SAN DIEGO MIRAMAR COLLEGE • 2008-2009
   Select the remainder of units needed to meet the                        •   The CSU GE pattern (page 93) is accepted by all
                        minimum of 18 from the following:                      CSU campuses and some private/independent or
ANTH 103, Introduction to Cultural Anthropology                                out of state universities. It is not accepted by the




                                                                                                                                      World Language Studies
ECON 120, Principles of Economics I                                            UC system.
ECON 121, Principles of Economics II
                                                                           •   The San Diego Community College District General
ENGL 208, Introduction to Literature
                                                                               Education pattern (page 72) may be appropriate
ENGL 220, Masterpiece of Literature I: 1500 BCE-
                                                                               for students transferring to a private/independent
     1600 CE
                                                                               or out of state university or to a high-unit major.
ENGL 221, Masterpiece of Literature II: 1600 BCE-
                                                                               Students selecting this option should meet with a
     Present
                                                                               counselor to determine the appropriate General
ENGL 230, Asian American Literature
                                                                               Education courses for their individual transfer
FILI 100, Filipino American Experience
                                                                               goals.
GEOG 102, Cultural Geography
HIST 100, World History I                                                  It is strongly recommended that students consult with
HIST 101, World History II                                                 a counselor to determine which general education
HIST 105, Introduction to Western Civilization I                           option is most appropriate for their individual
HIST 106, Introduction to Western Civilization II                          educational goals.
                                                                                                                                      189
HIST 120, Introduction to Asian Civilization
                                                                           Electives as needed to meet minimum of 60 units
HIST 121, Asian Civilization in Modern Times
                                                                           required for the degree.
POLI 101, Introduction to Political Science
POLI 103, Comparative Politics
                                                                           Transfer Information
SPAN 210, Conversation and Composition Spanish I
                                                                           Students planning to transfer to a four-year college or
SPAN 211, Conversation and Composition Spanish
                                                                           university should complete courses required for the
     II ............................................................ 0-8
                                                                           university major and the general education pattern
                                                    Total Units = 18
                                                                           required by that transfer institution. See catalog
*NOTE: Students who place out of one or more language                      TRANSFER INFORMATION section. Additional courses
courses through prerequisite challenge exams or other                      may be required to meet university lower-division
methods that do not bear college-level credit must                         requirements. Course requirements at the transfer
fulfill the remainder of the 18 units required for the                     institution are subject to change and may be verified
major through coursework taken from the list of                            by a counselor or by consulting the current university
restricted electives.                                                      catalog. Many Baccalaureate in Arts degrees require a
                                                                           third semester competency in a foreign language.
General Education: In addition to the courses listed
                                                                           Consult the current catalog of the transfer institution
above, students must complete one of the general
                                                                           and consult with a counselor.
education options listed on page 66:
•    The IGETC pattern (page 85) is accepted by all CSU
     campuses and most UC campuses and majors. It is
     also accepted by some private/independent or out
     of state universities.




                                                                                           SAN DIEGO MIRAMAR COLLEGE • 2008-2009
                                                                             Admission To The Program
                                                                             Indenture in a state-approved apprenticeship program
                                                                             is a required prerequisite to enroll in the apprenticeship
                                                                             related and supplemental classes. Applicants for
                          Apprenticeship                                     apprenticeship should contact the employer, program
 Apprenticeship




                                                                             coordinator or labor union listed before each program
                                                                             in the apprenticeship course description section of the
                                                                             catalog. Each of the individual programs listed in the
                                                                             apprenticeship course description section of this
                                                                             catalog is administered by an apprenticeship
                                                                 Units       committee made up of member representatives from the
                    Certificate of Achievement                               respective trades or industries. This committee serves
                    San Diego Civil Service Equipment                        as the approval body for all apprenticeship matters
                      Mechanic Apprenticeship                       42       relating to the particular trade.

                                                                             Completion Requirements
190                 Associate in Science Degree                              In addition to the academic requirements listed below,
                    San Diego Civil Service Equipment                        each apprentice must complete the prescribed number
                      Mechanic Apprenticeship                       42*      of hours of training during the period of the
                                                                             apprenticeship program as approved by the
                    *and electives as needed to meet minimum                 Apprenticeship Committee to receive the certificate of
                     of 60 units required for the degree.                    achievement or two-year degree.

                                                                                  San Diego City Civil Service
                  The apprenticeship training program provides an
                                                                                     Equipment Mechanic
                  opportunity for a balanced approach of on-the-job                     Apprenticeship
                  training and related technical instruction to achieve      A four-year apprenticeship program in equipment
                  the position of journeyperson in one of the state-         mechanic trades at the City of San Diego. Applications
                  approved programs. The length of the program depends       accepted at the City Administration Building,
                  on the trade selected and can range from two to five       Community Concourse, 202 C Street, San Diego, CA
                  years. The program encourages the transfer of skills and   92101.
                  knowledge from master journeymen and journeywomen
                  to apprentices to further employment potential in their
                                                                                    Certificate of Achievement:
                  trade. The California state system was established in
                  1939 with the passage of the Shelley-Maloney
                                                                                    San Diego City Civil Service
                  Apprenticeship Labor Standards Act. This act
                                                                                Equipment Mechanic Apprenticeship
                  established the California Apprenticeship Council as the   Courses Required for the Major:                              Units
                  policy-making body; named the State Director of            AUTO 078, Suspension and Steering Systems ........... 4
                  Industrial Relations as the administrator of               AUTO 054, Engine and Related Systems .................. 3
                  apprenticeship; authorized the Division of                 DIES 100, Introduction to Diesel Tech .................... 2
                  Apprenticeship Standards (DAS) to approve training         DIES 135, Applied Failure Analysis......................... 3
                  standards and provide assistance in the development of     DIES 137, Diesel Fuel Injection Systems ................. 2
                  apprenticeship programs; and assigned responsibility       DIES 138, Electrical Systems ................................. 3
                  for related and supplemental training to state and local   DIES 155, Air Brake Systems ................................. 3
                  boards responsible for vocational education.               DIES 160, H.D. Transmission ................................. 3
                                                                             DIES 170, Truck Drive Axles and
                  Affirmative Action Statement                                   Specifications............................................... 3
                  The Apprenticeship Committees for whom the District        SDCS 349I, Equipment Mechanic Apprentice Work
                  provides related and supplemental instruction have             Experience ..................................................16
                  indicated they do not and will not discriminate against                                                 Total Units = 42
                  any employee or against any applicant for employment
                  because of age, race, color, religion, handicap,
                  ancestry, sex or national origin.



                  SAN DIEGO MIRAMAR COLLEGE • 2008-2009
      Associate in Science Degree:
       San Diego City Civil Service
   Equipment Mechanic Apprenticeship
Courses Required for the Major:                              Units




                                                                                                              Apprenticeship
AUTO 078, Suspension and Steering Systems ........... 4
AUTO 054, Engine and Related Systems .................. 3
DIES 100, Introduction to Diesel Tech .................... 2
DIES 135, Applied Failure Analysis ......................... 3
DIES 137, Diesel Fuel Injection Systems ................. 2
DIES 138, Electrical Systems ................................. 3
DIES 155, Air Brake Systems ................................. 3
DIES 160, H.D. Transmission ................................. 3
DIES 170, Truck Drive Axles and
    Specifications............................................... 3
SDCS 349I, Equipment Mechanic Apprentice Work
    Experience ..................................................16                                           191
                                             Total Units = 42
Additional general education and graduation
requirements for the associate degree are listed in
the Academic Requirements section of catalog. The
associate degree requires a minimum of 60 units.

Recommended Electives: Diesel Technology 105, 144,
Automotive Technology 64, 76, 195.




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