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Arts
    • Animation & Gaming

      ANIM 100  Digital Paint and Ink
      3 Units (Degree Applicable)
      Lecture: 36   Lab: 71

      Illustration skills used in digital animation and game production. Focuses on digital illustration tools, including painting and drawing using vector and bitmap for animation environments.


      ANIM 101A  Drawing - Gesture and Figure
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lecture: 36   Lab: 71

      Contemporary and traditional approaches to sketching the human figure using drawing techniques for rapid visualization. Emphasizes and develops perceptual and technical skills for capturing basic visual mechanics of motion and gesture.


      ANIM 108  Principles of Animation
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lecture: 36   Lab: 71

      Principles of drawing for traditional animation concentrating on the mechanics of movement, timing, and emotion for the creation of expressive line drawings.


      ARTD 15A  Drawing: Beginning
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU, UC, C-ID #: ARTS 110)
      Lecture: 36   Lab: 71

      An entry-level course emphasizing creative expression through the use of black and white drawing media. Emphasis is placed on basic drawing methods and skills, composition, and exploration of drawing media.

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    • Virtual Reality Design

      ANIM 100  Digital Paint and Ink
      3 Units (Degree Applicable)
      Lecture: 36   Lab: 71

      Illustration skills used in digital animation and game production. Focuses on digital illustration tools, including painting and drawing using vector and bitmap for animation environments.


      ANIM 122  Introduction to Virtual Reality Design and Technology
      3 Units (Degree Applicable)
      Lecture: 36   Lab: 71

      Virtual Reality (VR) tools and technologies for the beginner. Through a series of hands-on projects, the student learns techniques, tools, and the thinking involved in constructing games, narratives, and visual communication using VR.


      ANIM 130  Introduction to 3D Modeling
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU, UC)
      Lecture: 36   Lab: 71

      Three-dimensional (3D) modeling techniques using animation and gaming industry-standard software.

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    • Architecture

      ARCH 101  Design I - Elements of Design
      4 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU, UC)
      Lecture: 54   Lab: 54
      Corequisite: ARCH 121

      Design and design process including conceptualization, visualization, form making, presentation, expression, and site analysis of physical, contextual, and cultural aspects of design and the urban environment. Portfolio will be produced. Field trips are required.


      ARCH 121  CADD and Digital Design Media Level I
      4 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU, UC)
      Lecture: 54   Lab: 54
      Corequisite: ARCH 101

      CADD (Computer Aided Design and Drafting) Level 1 and computer applications in architecture, engineering, and related fields including spreadsheet, drawing, and presentation application. Field trips required.


      ARCH 141  Design Drawing and Communication
      4 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU, UC)
      Lecture: 54   Lab: 54

      Architectural drawing techniques including graphic standards, scales, orthographic, paraline, and perspective projections. Field trips required.

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    • Audio Arts

      MUSA 100  Fundamentals of Audio Technology
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU, C-ID #: CMUS 100 X)
      (May be taken for option of letter grade or Pass/No Pass)
      Lecture: 36   Lab: 54

      Fundamental terminology, equipment, techniques, and technical concepts related to audio technology. Topics include the basic principles and practices of signal flow, analog audio, digital audio, computer workstations, musical instrument digital interface (MIDI), synthesis, and sound recording utilizing modern hardware and software. These topics will be explored from a technical perspective.


      MUSA 110  Acoustics for Audio Production
      3 Units (Degree Applicable)
      (May be taken for option of letter grade or Pass/No Pass)
      Lecture: 36   Lab: 54

      Scientific and practical concepts of acoustic sound for audio production. Topics include the science of sound, sound generation, sound in the free field, acoustic spaces, psychoacoustics, and techniques for acoustic management. Students will be able to critically analyze acoustic phenomena and apply this knowledge in audio production settings.


      MUSA 120  Electronic Music
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU, C-ID #: CMUS 110 X)
      (May be taken for option of letter grade or Pass/No Pass)
      Lecture: 36   Lab: 54

      Creative techniques and elements of electronic audio. Topics include digital audio workstations, musical instrument digital interface (MIDI), synthesis, sampling, sequencing, editing, composition, arranging, and mixing. Compositions are expected of students utilizing electronic audio techniques.

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    • Culinary Arts

      HRM 52  Food Safety and Sanitation
      2 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU, C-ID #: HOSP 110)
      Lecture: 36   
      Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68

      Sanitation practices affecting individual and commercial food service operations. Prevention and control of foodborne illnesses through flow of food and Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point (HACCP) management. Also includes study of worker safety. Students will take a nationally recognized Food Safety Manager Certification exam as part of this course.


      CUL 101  Professional Cooking Foundations
      3 Units (Degree Applicable)
      Lecture: 54

      Foundational skills required for future culinary course work. Topics include professionalism, food safety, menus and recipes, equipment identification, knife care and use, weights and measures, culinary nutrition, and principles of cooking.


      CUL 102  Professional Cooking I
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU, C-ID #: HOSP 160, HOSP 160 X)
      Lecture: 36   Lab: 54
      Prerequisite: HRM 52
      Formerly HRM 54.

      Fundamental culinary principles, techniques, and operations. Professional cooking, tasting, and evaluating techniques for commercial operations. Students apply skills in product identification, ingredient handling, recipe costing, commercial recipe development, cooking fundamentals, and professional standards of commercial kitchen operations. Uniform and student knife set required. Students must be certified by a nationally recognized food safety organization.


      CUL 104  Garde Manger
      3 Units (Degree Applicable)
      Lecture: 36   Lab: 54
      Formerly HRM 81.

      Preparation and presentation of cold kitchen foods, including sauces, soups, salads, sandwiches, appetizers, hors d'oeuvres, and buffets.


      CUL 105  Baking and Pastry I
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, C-ID #: HOSP 180 X)
      Lecture: 36   Lab: 54
      Formerly HRM 82.

      Preparation of baked goods and pastries, including breads, cakes, icing, laminated pastries, cookies, pies, tarts, and frozen and plated desserts.

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    • Photography & Drone Photography

      PHOT 9  Digital Image Editing for Photographers
      3 Units (Degree Applicable)
      Lecture: 36   Lab: 54

      Software and techniques including digital workflow practices, digital image editing, enhancing and retouching methods commonly used in photography.


      PHOT 10  Basic Digital and Film Photography
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU, UC)
      Lecture: 36   Lab: 54

      The basic mechanical, optical, and chemical principles of photography, including traditional darkroom techniques and digital image systems. Laboratory experience involves problems related to camera and image editing and output techniques.


      AERO 160  Unmanned Aircraft Systems Basic
      4 Units (Degree Applicable)
      Lecture: 54   Lab: 54
      Advisory: AERO 100

      Piloting of Unmanned Aircraft Systems. This class includes instruction toward Remote Pilot certification Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Part 107 licensing. Students will receive instruction on the principles of operating unmanned aircraft systems, pre-flight, flight, and post-flight operations and procedures. Meets the preparation requirements for the FAA Remote Pilot knowledge examination. Field trips are required for this course.

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    • Graphic Design 

      ARTD 20  Design: Two-Dimensional
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU, UC, C-ID #: ARTS 100)
      Lecture: 36   Lab: 71
      Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68

      Two-dimensional composition in achromatic value and color using the elements and principles of art and design. Emphasis on vocabulary, theory, and analysis of the formal elements and principles as they apply to studio projects in design for all disciplines of the arts. Off-campus assignments may be required.


      ARTC 100  Fundamentals of Graphic Design
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU, C-ID #: ARTS 250)
      Lecture: 36   Lab: 71
      Advisory: ARTD 15A and ARTD 20

      Fundamentals of graphic design for the commercial art industry. Technology, creativity, design, and production. Adobe Photoshop to produce effective commercial art.


      PHOT 58  Photography & Video Social Media Marketing
      3 Units (Degree Applicable)
      Lecture: 36   Lab: 54

      Basic photography, video, lighting, and image editing techniques for social media platforms, including live streaming to create and manage image content.

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    • Fashion Design

      FASH 8  Introduction to Fashion
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lecture: 54   

      Fashion industry as a whole, including raw materials, manufacturing, retailing, technology, world economics, globalization, and careers. Includes apparel design, manufacturing, retail merchandising, sales, promotion, textile production, and career opportunities.


      FASH 10  Clothing Construction I
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lecture: 36   Lab: 54

      Essentials of industry standard apparel construction techniques using a variety of machines and equipment. Students will be given instruction in single needle machine operation, industrial overlock operation, and garment assembly.


      FASH 14  Dress, Culture, and Identity
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lecture: 54   

      The interrelatedness of socio-psychological, economic, cultural, and political/religious influences on dress, adornment, and fashion in historical perspective. Includes cross-cultural analysis of Western and non-Western dress.

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    • Fashion Merchandising

      FASH 8  Introduction to Fashion
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lecture: 54   

      Fashion industry as a whole, including raw materials, manufacturing, retailing, technology, world economics, globalization, and careers. Includes apparel design, manufacturing, retail merchandising, sales, promotion, textile production, and career opportunities.


      FASH 17  Textiles
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU, UC)
      Lecture: 54   

      Introductory study of the physical and chemical properties of textiles. Textile fiber production, classification, properties, and identification. Textiles coloration and finishing processes. Relationship of fiber characteristics, coloration, and finishing processes to fabric properties, performance, legislation, and care.


      FASH 25  Fashion Digital Illustration and Design
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lecture: 36   Lab: 54
      Advisory: FASH 10

      Technical fashion drawing techniques using Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop. Includes drawing production flats, colorization, and digital fashion figures using a computer as a drafting tool. Exploration of popular computer techniques and apparel industry design methods.


      FASH 59  Fashion Retailing
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lecture: 54   

      Overview of fashion retailing, on site environments, online fashion stores, management, and multi-channel retailers. Principles focus on the fashion segment of the retailing industry and the merchandising of fashion products.

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    • Historical Costuming

      FASH 9  History of Fashion
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lecture: 54   

      Survey of Western costume and fashion from antiquity to contemporary times. Emphasis is placed on style development as it relates to social, economic, and political forces, and the relationship of historic styles to current fashion.


      Essentials of industry standard apparel construction techniques using a variety of machines and equipment. Students will be given instruction in single needle machine operation, industrial overlock operation, and garment assembly.

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    • Interior Design

      ID 10  Introduction to Interior Design
      2 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lecture: 36   

      Interior design and the planning of total interior environments that meet individual, functional, and environmental needs. Field trips may be required.


      ID 10L  Introduction to Interior Design Laboratory
      1 Unit (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lab: 54
      Corequisite: ID 10 (May have been taken previously)

      Application of the interior design practice and the planning of total interior environments that meet individual, functional, and environmental needs. Field trips may be required.


      ID 12  Materials and Products for Interior Design
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lecture: 36   Lab: 54
      Advisory: ID 10

      Analysis, application, and evaluation of products and materials used in interior design. Field trips required.


      ID 14  History of Furniture and Decorative Arts
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lecture: 54   

      Historic development of structure, interior spaces, furniture, and decorative arts throughout the world. Interior architecture is illustrated in this overview of design heritage from antiquity to present. Emphasis is placed on style development as it relates to social, economical, and political influences as well as the use of materials and technology. Field trips may be required.


      ID 20  Color and Design Theory I
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lecture: 36   Lab: 54

      Elements and principles of design and the creative process of identifying and solving interior design problems. Formal visual properties of line, shape, form, pattern, texture, and color are studied in their relationship to the organizational systems and unifying principles that create balanced designs. Portfolio pieces will be produced. Field trips may be required.

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    • Journalism

      JOUR 100  Introduction to Mass Communications
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU, UC, C-ID #: JOUR 100)
      Lecture: 54   
      Prerequisite: ENGL 1A

      Mass media and interrelationships with society, including history, structure, and trends. Additionally, the following topics will be covered as they pertain to the mass media: economics, law, ethics, technology, and such social issues as gender and cultural diversity.

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    • Radio Broadcasting

      R-TV 01  Introduction to Electronic Media
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lecture: 54   
      Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68

      History, structure, function, economics, content, and evolution of radio, television, film, the Internet, and new media. Includes the social, political, regulatory, ethical, and occupational impact of the electronic media.


       R-TV 14  Media Aesthetics
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lecture: 54   
      Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 1A

      Media aesthetics for film, television, and other filmed entertainment. Examines the broad subject areas of form, content, aesthetics, meaning, cinematic history, and culture. Explores the diverse possibilities presented by the cinematic art form through an examination of a wide variety of productions, national cinemas, and film movements. Topics include modes of production, narrative and non-narrative forms, visual design, editing, sound, genre, ideology, and critical analysis. Stresses critical, theoretical and practical analysis. Material is presented from a producer and artist point of view and is intended for those pursuing a career in film, television, and other electronic visual media.


      R-TV 15  Broadcast Law and Business Practices
      3 Units (Degree Applicable)
      Lecture: 54   
      Corequisite: R-TV 01 (May have been taken previously)

      The broadcasting industry as a business. Legal and Federal Communications Commission (FCC) regulatory issues in broadcasting, new and emerging media, as well as unions, contracts, negotiations, residuals, and mergers.


      R-TV 38  Radio Broadcasting Rules and Regulations
      1.5 Units (Degree Applicable)
      Lecture: 27   
      Corequisite: R-TV 01 (may have been taken previously)

      Federal Communication Commission (FCC) rules, regulations, documentation, and licensing. SoundExchange rules regarding digital performances and the Digital Media Copyright Act and its impact on Internet streaming and podcasting.

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    • Television Production

      R-TV 01  Introduction to Electronic Media
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lecture: 54   
      Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68

      History, structure, function, economics, content, and evolution of radio, television, film, the Internet, and new media. Includes the social, political, regulatory, ethical, and occupational impact of the electronic media.


      R-TV 14  Media Aesthetics
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lecture: 54   
      Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 1A

      Media aesthetics for film, television, and other filmed entertainment. Examines the broad subject areas of form, content, aesthetics, meaning, cinematic history, and culture. Explores the diverse possibilities presented by the cinematic art form through an examination of a wide variety of productions, national cinemas, and film movements. Topics include modes of production, narrative and non-narrative forms, visual design, editing, sound, genre, ideology, and critical analysis. Stresses critical, theoretical and practical analysis. Material is presented from a producer and artist point of view and is intended for those pursuing a career in film, television, and other electronic visual media.


      R-TV 18  Introduction to Screenwriting
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lecture: 54   
      Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 1A

      Screenwriting for television and motion picture production. Includes characterization, visualization, structure, and form.


      R-TV 19A  Beginning Video Production
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      (May be taken for option of letter grade or Pass/No Pass)
      Lecture: 36   Lab: 54
      Advisory: R-TV 14

      Video production focused on in-studio and on-location single camera film-style production techniques. Introduction to the theory and best practices in the disciplines of digital cinematography, lighting for film and television, dialogue audio recording, in addition to mixing dialogue against sound effects and music. Directing narrative content. Editorial skills development using non-linear editing applications. Production of short-form narrative style content.


      R-TV 20  Beginning TV Studio Production
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lecture: 36   Lab: 54

      Studio production for TV news, sitcom, talk shows, and other live forms. Training in camera, audio, lighting, switching, signal flow, directing, graphics, editing, and program export.


      R-TV 24  American Film History
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lecture: 54   
      Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 1A

      History of American film and filmmakers from 1895 to the present. Development and changes are examined in relation to historical, sociological, economic, political, cultural, artistic, and technological contexts.


      R-TV 25  World Cinema
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lecture: 54   
      Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 1A

      Worldwide cinema history and current global cinema trends. Growth of cinema in key countries from their beginnings to the present day. Both national and multinational co-productions are explored. Provides critical methodology and practical tools for examining and interpreting international film movements and genres.


      R-TV 28  Introduction to Writing for Electronic Media
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lecture: 54   
      Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68

      Writing for cinema and electronic media. Conceptualization, structure, and writing dramatic and non-dramatic scripts for cinema, television, and new media.

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    • Television Crew

      R-TV 19A  Beginning Video Production
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      (May be taken for option of letter grade or Pass/No Pass)
      Lecture: 36   Lab: 54
      Advisory: R-TV 14

      Video production focused on in-studio and on-location single camera film-style production techniques. Introduction to the theory and best practices in the disciplines of digital cinematography, lighting for film and television, dialogue audio recording, in addition to mixing dialogue against sound effects and music. Directing narrative content. Editorial skills development using non-linear editing applications. Production of short-form narrative style content.


      R-TV 20  Beginning TV Studio Production
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lecture: 36   Lab: 54

      Studio production for TV news, sitcom, talk shows, and other live forms. Training in camera, audio, lighting, switching, signal flow, directing, graphics, editing, and program export.

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    • Video Engineering

      R-TV 19A  Beginning Video Production
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      (May be taken for option of letter grade or Pass/No Pass)
      Lecture: 36   Lab: 54
      Advisory: R-TV 14

      Video production focused on in-studio and on-location single camera film-style production techniques. Introduction to the theory and best practices in the disciplines of digital cinematography, lighting for film and television, dialogue audio recording, in addition to mixing dialogue against sound effects and music. Directing narrative content. Editorial skills development using non-linear editing applications. Production of short-form narrative style content.


      R-TV 41  Video Engineering
      3 Units (Degree Applicable)
      Lecture: 36   Lab: 54

      Video engineering for television, video assist for film, and other electronic media. Covers the role of the video engineer in a variety of settings, signal recording and distribution, wiring video systems for remote and studio productions, troubleshooting, and working with live productions.


      ELEC 50A  Electronic Circuits - Direct Current (DC)
      4 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lecture: 54   Lab: 54
      Advisory: Eligibility for MATH 51

      Direct Current (DC) electrical circuits and their applications. Covers DC sources, analysis, test equipment, measurements, and troubleshooting of resistive devices and other basic components. Includes Ohm's Law, Kirchhoff's law, and network theorems. (Students seeking a survey course in electronics should take ELEC 10, Introduction to Mechatronics, rather than ELEC 50A or 50B.)


      ELEC 50B  Electronic Circuits (AC)
      4 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lecture: 54   Lab: 54
      Advisory: ELEC 50A

      Alternating Current (AC) electrical circuits and their applications. Covers AC sources, analysis (using complex numbers), test equipment, measurements, and troubleshooting of basic circuits with capacitors, inductors, and resistors. Includes impedance, resonance, filters, and decibels.

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    • Theater Tech

      THTR 9  Introduction to Theater Arts
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU, UC, C-ID #: THTR 111)
      Lecture: 54   

      Aesthetic, artistic, technical, and business aspects of theater.


      THTR 21  Introduction to Theater Design
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU, C-ID #: THTR 172)
      Lecture: 36   Lab: 54

      Survey of scenery, lighting, properties, costumes, makeup, and sound design for the theater. Through demonstration and laboratory experiences, students will gain an appreciation for theatrical design by learning to identify fundamental principles for creating a design and using standard techniques to communicate a design.


      THTR 13  Play Rehearsal and Performance - Technical
      1-2 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU, C-ID #: THTR 192)
      (May be taken four times for credit)
      Lab: 54-108
      Prerequisite: Admission by interview

      Planning, preparation, and presentation of college-sponsored dramatic presentations. Emphasis on technical theater, including light, deck, sound, costume, and stage management.


      THTR 18  Technical Theater Practicum
      1 Unit (Degree Applicable, CSU, UC, C-ID #: THTR 192)
      (May be taken for option of letter grade or Pass/No Pass)
      Lecture: 54   

      Technical preparation and operation of productions presented to the community. The student will be involved in one or more of the following areas: stage scenery construction, stage lighting set up, property construction, stage sound set up, costume construction and make-up. Crew assignments will be given to the student upon enrollment. The availability of assignments is contingent upon the requirements of the production.


      THTR 11  Principles of Acting I
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU, UC, C-ID #: THTR 151)
      Lecture: 54   

      Introduction to the basic principles and techniques of acting as an artistic discipline. Analysis of the action, given circumstances, and language of dramatic literature. Rehearsal of monologue and scene work.


      THTR 16  Theatrical Make-Up
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU, UC, C-ID #: THTR 175)
      Lecture: 45   Lab: 36

      Theory and practice of makeup for the stage. Emphasis will be on the design and application of straight, stylized, character, and other make-up techniques.


      THTR 19  Theatrical Costuming
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU, UC, C-ID #: THTR 174)
      Lecture: 36   Lab: 54

      Theatrical costuming design and construction. Includes the study of costume history, principles of costume design, fibers and textiles, basic costume construction, and design rendering techniques. Costume crew assignments for major productions will provide practical instruction in actual performance demands on costumes and their proper maintenance. Class is suitable for people interested in costuming for theater, dance, film, television, and reenactments.


      THTR 60A  Theater for Young Audiences - Performance
      2 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      (May be taken for option of letter grade or Pass/No Pass)
      Lab: 108

      Rehearsal protocol and technique for performers through the development and production of theater for young audiences. Novice performers are able to experience a full rehearsal process culminating in the practical application of learned principles in a series of public performances at local elementary schools. Field trips are required.


      THTR 60B  Theater for Young Audiences - Design
      2 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      (May be taken for option of letter grade or Pass/No Pass)
      Lab: 108

      Basic design principles of sound, scenery, costume, and properties through the development of an original theater production for young audiences. Students will have the opportunity to develop and execute theatrical design elements of a performance in front of an audience. Field trips are required.


      THTR 60C  Theater for Young Audiences - Stage Management
      2 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      (May be taken for option of letter grade or Pass/No Pass)
      Lab: 108

      Principles and techniques of stage management in theater for young audience productions. Students will learn to collaborate with other artists through the scheduling and management of rehearsals and a six-week tour of an original production to local at-need elementary schools. Students will experience real-world production deadlines and management challenges through the practical application of a full production process. Field trips required.

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Aviation, Electronics, & Manufacturing
    • Air Conditioning & Refrigeration

      AIRC 11  Welding for Air Conditioning and Refrigeration
      2 Units (Degree Applicable)
      Lecture: 18   Lab: 54

      Fundamentals of welding related to the field of air conditioning and refrigeration with emphasis on the sterile techniques and skills required for joining copper refrigerant lines and the procedures for light fabrication.


      AIRC 20  Refrigeration Fundamentals
      4 Units (Degree Applicable)
      Lecture: 54   Lab: 71

      Principles of mechanical refrigeration based on the refrigeration cycle and associated mechanical components. Develops skills for interpreting service gauge pressures and sensible temperatures, system dehydration techniques, and the safe handling and containment of refrigerants.

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    • Airframe & Aircraft Maintenance

      AIRM 66A  Aircraft Airframe Maintenance Structures

      13 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lecture: 108   Lab: 378

      This course is approved by the Federal Aviation Administration and meets requirements for all Aircraft Powerplant and Airframe Maintenance Technology majors. Structure topics span nomenclature and aerodynamics, set back and bend allowance, riveting, wood, fabric, paint, repairing aluminum, plastics, composites, rigging, and periodic inspections.

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    • Air Traffic Control

      AERO 100  Primary Pilot Ground School
      4 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lecture: 72   

      Aerodynamics, aircraft performance, Federal Aviation Regulations, aviation weather factors, and cross-country navigation procedures; provides introductory material on radio navigation, aeromedical factors, and radio communications procedures. Meets the preparation requirements for the FAA Private Pilot knowledge examination and FAA Air Traffic Control Basics.


      AERO 102  Aviation Weather
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lecture: 54   

      Weather elements, atmosphere, weather mechanics, weather disturbances, weather analysis and forecasts. Evaluation of aviation weather reports and forecasts.


      AERO 104  Federal Aviation Regulations
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lecture: 54   

      Federal Aviation Regulations (FAR), pertaining to pilot certification, aircraft maintenance, and general operating rules. Air traffic control practices and procedures and reporting of aircraft accidents.

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    • Commercial Flight Pilot

      AERO 100  Primary Pilot Ground School
      4 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lecture: 72   

      Aerodynamics, aircraft performance, Federal Aviation Regulations, aviation weather factors, and cross-country navigation procedures; provides introductory material on radio navigation, aeromedical factors, and radio communications procedures. Meets the preparation requirements for the FAA Private Pilot knowledge examination and FAA Air Traffic Control Basics.


      AERO 102  Aviation Weather
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lecture: 54   

      Weather elements, atmosphere, weather mechanics, weather disturbances, weather analysis and forecasts. Evaluation of aviation weather reports and forecasts.


      AERO 104  Federal Aviation Regulations
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lecture: 54   

      Federal Aviation Regulations (FAR), pertaining to pilot certification, aircraft maintenance, and general operating rules. Air traffic control practices and procedures and reporting of aircraft accidents.

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    • Drone Pilot

      AERO 100  Primary Pilot Ground School
      4 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lecture: 72   

      Aerodynamics, aircraft performance, Federal Aviation Regulations, aviation weather factors, and cross-country navigation procedures; provides introductory material on radio navigation, aeromedical factors, and radio communications procedures. Meets the preparation requirements for the FAA Private Pilot knowledge examination and FAA Air Traffic Control Basics.


      AERO 102  Aviation Weather
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lecture: 54   

      Weather elements, atmosphere, weather mechanics, weather disturbances, weather analysis and forecasts. Evaluation of aviation weather reports and forecasts.

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    • Aircraft Dispatcher

      AERO 100  Primary Pilot Ground School
      4 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lecture: 72   

      Aerodynamics, aircraft performance, Federal Aviation Regulations, aviation weather factors, and cross-country navigation procedures; provides introductory material on radio navigation, aeromedical factors, and radio communications procedures. Meets the preparation requirements for the FAA Private Pilot knowledge examination and FAA Air Traffic Control Basics.


      AERO 102  Aviation Weather
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lecture: 54   

      Weather elements, atmosphere, weather mechanics, weather disturbances, weather analysis and forecasts. Evaluation of aviation weather reports and forecasts.


      AERO 104  Federal Aviation Regulations
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lecture: 54   

      Federal Aviation Regulations (FAR), pertaining to pilot certification, aircraft maintenance, and general operating rules. Air traffic control practices and procedures and reporting of aircraft accidents.


      AERO 152  Air Transportation
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lecture: 54   

      Survey course of the air transportation industry. Topics include an introduction to air transportation, structure and economics of the airlines, general aviation operations, and aviation career planning.

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    • Building Automation

      AIRC 20  Refrigeration Fundamentals
      4 Units (Degree Applicable)
      Lecture: 54   Lab: 71

      Principles of mechanical refrigeration based on the refrigeration cycle and associated mechanical components. Develops skills for interpreting service gauge pressures and sensible temperatures, system dehydration techniques, and the safe handling and containment of refrigerants.


      AIRC 25  Electrical Fundamentals for Air Conditioning and Refrigeration
      5 Units (Degree Applicable)
      Lecture: 72   Lab: 54

      Electrical principles and practices used in air conditioning, refrigeration, and heat pump systems as applied to the development and interpretation of schematics and the sequential approach to wiring circuits including power supplies, motors, and controls. Develops skills for designing electrical circuits, and electrical trouble shooting.

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    • Computer Aided Design (CAD)

      MFG 110  Introduction to CAD
      4 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lecture: 54   Lab: 54
      Advisory: Eligibility for MATH 51

      Basic Computer Aided Design (CAD) and computer applications (AutoCAD and SolidWorks) in engineering and related fields, including basic word processing, spreadsheet, CAD, and presentation applications. Production card and digital calipers required.

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    • Drone Camera Operator

      PHOT 10  Basic Digital and Film Photography
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU, UC)
      Lecture: 36   Lab: 54

      The basic mechanical, optical, and chemical principles of photography, including traditional darkroom techniques and digital image systems. Laboratory experience involves problems related to camera and image editing and output techniques.


      AERO 160  Unmanned Aircraft Systems Basic

      4 Units (Degree Applicable)
      Lecture: 54   Lab: 54
      Advisory: AERO 100

      Piloting of Unmanned Aircraft Systems. This class includes instruction toward Remote Pilot certification Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Part 107 licensing. Students will receive instruction on the principles of operating unmanned aircraft systems, pre-flight, flight, and post-flight operations and procedures. Meets the preparation requirements for the FAA Remote Pilot knowledge examination. Field trips are required for this course.

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    • Electronics

      ELEC 50A  Electronic Circuits - Direct Current (DC)
      4 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lecture: 54   Lab: 54
      Advisory: Eligibility for MATH 51

      Direct Current (DC) electrical circuits and their applications. Covers DC sources, analysis, test equipment, measurements, and troubleshooting of resistive devices and other basic components. Includes Ohm's Law, Kirchhoff's law, and network theorems. (Students seeking a survey course in electronics should take ELEC 10, Introduction to Mechatronics, rather than ELEC 50A or 50B.)


      ELEC 50B  Electronic Circuits (AC)
      4 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lecture: 54   Lab: 54
      Advisory: ELEC 50A

      Alternating Current (AC) electrical circuits and their applications. Covers AC sources, analysis (using complex numbers), test equipment, measurements, and troubleshooting of basic circuits with capacitors, inductors, and resistors. Includes impedance, resonance, filters, and decibels.


      ELEC 11  Technical Applications in Microcomputers
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lecture: 36   Lab: 54

      Personal computer (PC) applications used in electronics technology. Includes word processing, spreadsheets, database, computer presentation methods, and internet research specifically designed for electronics technology.

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    • Manufacturing

      MFG 110  Introduction to CAD
      4 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lecture: 54   Lab: 54
      Advisory: Eligibility for MATH 51

      Basic Computer Aided Design (CAD) and computer applications (AutoCAD and SolidWorks) in engineering and related fields, including basic word processing, spreadsheet, CAD, and presentation applications. Production card and digital calipers required.


      MFG 140  Print Reading and Shop Practice
      3 Units (Degree Applicable)
      (May be taken for option of letter grade or Pass/No Pass)
      Lecture: 36   Lab: 54

      Print reading, layout, tools, and methods used in fabrication and manufacturing industries. Print reading fundamentals and mastery of tool and process selection, safety; proficiency in basic machine operation skills.

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    • Welding

      WELD 40  Introduction to Welding
      2 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lecture: 18   Lab: 54

      Fundamentals of welding processes related to the areas of fabrication, construction, machine tool, aerospace, and the transportation industries.


      WELD 50  Oxyacetylene Welding
      2 Units (Degree Applicable)
      Lecture: 18   Lab: 54

      Oxyacetylene fusion welding (OAW), non-fusion welding and cutting, brazing and brazed welding (OFB), gas tungsten arc welding (GTAW), and fusion and non-fusion welding. Develops understanding of and fundamental skills in modern welding practices.


      WELD 51  Basic Electric Arc Welding
      2 Units (Degree Applicable)
      Lecture: 18   Lab: 54

      Electric arc welding and cutting processes (SMAW, GTAW, GMAW, FCAW, and PAC) and their similarities and differences. Exploring each of these arc welding processes to gain more experience and skill welding with these processes and also gain an understanding of each of these different welding processes' strengths and weaknesses. Lab and shop safety. 


      WELD 70A  Beginning Arc Welding
      3 Units (Degree Applicable)
      Lecture: 18   Lab: 108

      Develops manipulative skills and techniques for shielded metal arc (SMAW) and flux cored arc (FCAW) welding processes in the flat and horizontal positions using AC and DC welding currents on carbon steel.

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Business
    • Accounting

      BUSA 7  Principles of Accounting - Financial
      5 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU, UC, C-ID #: ACCT 110)
      Lecture: 90   
      Prerequisite: BUSA 11 or eligibility for MATH 51
      Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 1A

      Financial accounting required of Business Administration and Accounting majors. Defines financial accounting and its relevance to business decision makers, accounting concepts and techniques, analysis and recording of financial transactions, and preparation, analysis and interpretation of financial statements focusing on application of generally accepted accounting practices. Includes asset, liability, and equity valuation, revenue and expense recognition, cash flow, internal controls, ethics, and financial statement analysis. General Ledger Accounting Software program is integrated throughout and used to complete various homework assignments.


      BUSM 20  Principles of Business
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU, UC, C-ID #: BUS 110)
      Lecture: 54   
      Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68

      Business and its functions, background, development, organization, and opportunities. Business terms, current trends, methods, contemporary and future problems, and current business practices are covered.

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    • Business Management

      BUSM 20  Principles of Business
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU, UC, C-ID #: BUS 110)
      Lecture: 54   
      Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68

      Business and its functions, background, development, organization, and opportunities. Business terms, current trends, methods, contemporary and future problems, and current business practices are covered.


      BUSM 61  Business Organization and Management
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lecture: 54   
      Advisory: BUSM 20

      Functions of management, management concepts, planning, organizing, staffing, and controlling. Theories of management, lines of authority, functions of departments, and the importance of policies, procedures, and controls.


      BUSS 36  Principles of Marketing
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lecture: 54   
      Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68

      Organization and function of system of distributing goods and services from the point of production to the consumer. Preparation of a marketing plan using product, distribution, promotional and pricing strategies.

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    • Business Retail Management

      BUSM 60  Human Relations in Business
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lecture: 54   

      Inter-disciplinary study of how people work and relate at the individual, group, and organizational level. Topics include motivation, team work, leadership skill, and how to handle organizational change.


      BUSM 61  Business Organization and Management
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lecture: 54   
      Advisory: BUSM 20

      Functions of management, management concepts, planning, organizing, staffing, and controlling. Theories of management, lines of authority, functions of departments, and the importance of policies, procedures, and controls.


      BUSS 50  Retail Store Management and Merchandising
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lecture: 54

      Principles and practices used in the management and merchandising of retail stores. Includes critical buying function, merchandising, promotional techniques, site selection, layout, staffing, market positioning, and customer service.

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    • Small Business  Management

      BUSM 20  Principles of Business
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU, UC, C-ID #: BUS 110)
      Lecture: 54   
      Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68

      Business and its functions, background, development, organization, and opportunities. Business terms, current trends, methods, contemporary and future problems, and current business practices are covered.


      BUSM 61  Business Organization and Management
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lecture: 54   
      Advisory: BUSM 20

      Functions of management, management concepts, planning, organizing, staffing, and controlling. Theories of management, lines of authority, functions of departments, and the importance of policies, procedures, and controls.


      BUSS 36  Principles of Marketing
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lecture: 54   
      Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68

      Organization and function of system of distributing goods and services from the point of production to the consumer. Preparation of a marketing plan using product, distribution, promotional and pricing strategies.

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    • General Business  Management

      BUSM 20  Principles of Business
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU, UC, C-ID #: BUS 110)
      Lecture: 54   
      Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68

      Business and its functions, background, development, organization, and opportunities. Business terms, current trends, methods, contemporary and future problems, and current business practices are covered.


      BUSM 66  Small Business Management
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lecture: 54   

      Organizing, starting, and operating a small business enterprise. Emphasis on entrepreneurial applications in a small business environment.


      BUSS 36  Principles of Marketing
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lecture: 54   
      Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68

      Organization and function of system of distributing goods and services from the point of production to the consumer. Preparation of a marketing plan using product, distribution, promotional and pricing strategies.

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    • Human Resources Management

      BUSM 20  Principles of Business
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU, UC, C-ID #: BUS 110)
      Lecture: 54   
      Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68

      Business and its functions, background, development, organization, and opportunities. Business terms, current trends, methods, contemporary and future problems, and current business practices are covered.


      BUSM 60  Human Relations in Business
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lecture: 54   

      Inter-disciplinary study of how people work and relate at the individual, group, and organizational level. Topics include motivation, team work, leadership skill, and how to handle organizational change.


      CISB 15  Microcomputer Applications
      3.5 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU, UC)
      Lecture: 54   Lab: 27

      Windows operating system (OS) and applications, simple business examples using up-to-date browser, word processing, spreadsheet, database management and presentation software, and integration of software applications.

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    • International Business Management

      BUSM 51  Principles of International Business
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lecture: 54   
      Advisory: BUSO 5 or Eligibility for ENGL 68

      International business environment with a global perspective. Introduces global viewpoints across the full spectrum of business functions, including, but not limited to: accounting, finance, human resources, management, operations, production, purchasing, and strategic planning.


      BUSM 61  Business Organization and Management
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lecture: 54   
      Advisory: BUSM 20

      Functions of management, management concepts, planning, organizing, staffing, and controlling. Theories of management, lines of authority, functions of departments, and the importance of policies, procedures, and controls.

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    • Marketing Management

      BUSS 35  Professional Selling
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lecture: 54   
      Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68 or AMLA 90

      Principles of selling and the role of a salesperson in the marketing process. Includes characteristics and skills necessary for a successful salesperson, techniques for prospecting and/or qualifying buyers, buyer behavior, and critical steps in the selling process. Students develop and offer a sales presentation for a selected product, service, or concept.


      BUSS 36  Principles of Marketing
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lecture: 54   
      Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68

      Organization and function of system of distributing goods and services from the point of production to the consumer. Preparation of a marketing plan using product, distribution, promotional and pricing strategies.


      CISB 15  Microcomputer Applications
      3.5 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU, UC)
      Lecture: 54   Lab: 27

      Windows operating system (OS) and applications, simple business examples using up-to-date browser, word processing, spreadsheet, database management and presentation software, and integration of software applications.

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    • Real Estate

      BUSR 50  Real Estate Principles
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lecture: 54   

      Real estate law, public control, property valuation, finance, and real estate practice. Meets some of the California Real Estate Salesperson and Broker License requirements and meets 30 hours toward Basic Appraisal Procedures 2008 Appraiser Qualifications Board (AQB) requirements for certified-residential/certified-general appraiser license. Also provides 30 hours toward Bureau of Real Estate Appraisers (BREA) requirements for state licensing. Required by the Department of Real Estate (DRE) for all real estate salespersons.


      BUSR 52  Real Estate Practice
      3 Units (Degree Applicable)
      Lecture: 54   
      Corequisite: BUSR 50 (May have been taken previously)

      Office procedures and practices in listings, advertising, prospecting, financing, exchanges, property management, salesmanship, land utilization, and public relations. Must be completed prior to applying to take the Salesperson License Exam.


      BUSA 11  Fundamentals of Accounting
      3 Units (Degree Applicable)
      Lecture: 54   
      Prerequisite: BUSA 68 or eligibility for MATH 50

      Accounting vocabulary and theory, equations to solve word problems, simple and compound interest, present value, consumer and business credit, mortgages, financial statements and ratios, inventory, depreciation, business taxes, and investments.


      BUSR 55  Real Estate Economics
      3 Units (Degree Applicable)
      Lecture: 54   
      Advisory: BUSR 50

      International, national, and local factors that determine the value of real estate.


      BUSR 59  Real Estate Property Management
      3 Units (Degree Applicable)
      Lecture: 54   
      Advisory: BUSR 50

      Property management for owners and managers of residential and commercial income properties. Meets California real estate license requirements for salesperson and broker.


      BUSR 76  Escrow Procedures I
      3 Units (Degree Applicable)
      Lecture: 54   
      Advisory: BUSR 50

      Escrow procedures including processing of case study sale escrows with and without new trust deed financing, including escrow vocabulary, drawing of documents, and other processing details pertinent to handling escrows from inception to closing. May be used as an elective for the salesperson or broker license.


      BUSL 18  Business Law
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU, UC, C-ID #: BUS 125)
      UC Credit Limitation

      Lecture: 54   
      Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68

      Principles of business law emphasizing legal setting of business, nature of the law and court procedures, principles of contract law, sales of goods under the Uniform Commercial Code, torts, ethics, the U.S. Constitution, and criminal law.

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    • Supply Chain Management (ONE SEMESTER)

      BUSM 10  Principles of Continuous Quality Improvement
      3 Units (Degree Applicable)
      Lecture: 54   
      Advisory: BUSO 5 or eligibility for ENGL 68

      History and evolution of thought in Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI), including the theories and methods of Deming, Juran, and Crosby. Practical application of Quality management processes and tools are presented for the continuous improvement of (organizational quality. Relevant case studies are included.


      BUSM 51  Principles of International Business
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lecture: 54   
      Advisory: BUSO 5 or Eligibility for ENGL 68

      International business environment with a global perspective. Introduces global viewpoints across the full spectrum of business functions, including, but not limited to: accounting, finance, human resources, management, operations, production, purchasing, and strategic planning.


      BUSM 52  Principles of Exporting and Importing
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lecture: 54   
      Advisory: BUSO 5 or Eligibility for ENGL 68

      Practical information needed to participate in activities related to the exporting and importing of goods and services. Includes vocabulary, acronyms, trends, regulations, regional agreements, documentation, and challenges related to the exporting and importing of goods and services.


      BUSM 53  Supply Chain Management
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lecture: 54   

      The supply chain and its key elements. Students are exposed to concepts, models, and terminology used in demand planning, inventory planning, material planning, distribution planning, fulfillment planning, and related components of a supply chain.

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    • Administrative Assistant

      CISB 10  Office Skills
      3 Units (Degree Applicable)
      Lecture: 54   

      Skills necessary to work in an office setting including: alpha and numeric keyboarding, email etiquette and standards, electronic calendaring, ten-key, composing, formatting and storing business documents, and telephone techniques.


      CISB 15  Microcomputer Applications
      3.5 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU, UC)
      Lecture: 54   Lab: 27

      Windows operating system (OS) and applications, simple business examples using up-to-date browser, word processing, spreadsheet, database management and presentation software, and integration of software applications.

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    • Hospitality Management

      HRM 51  Introduction to Hospitality
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU, C-ID #: HOSP 100)
      Lecture: 54   
      Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68

      Overview of structure and financial performance of hospitality industry; food and lodging, resorts, tourism enterprises, attractions and related operations. Focus on orientation to customer service, cultural and economic trends, and career opportunities.


      HRM 52  Food Safety and Sanitation
      2 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU, C-ID #: HOSP 110)
      Lecture: 36   
      Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68

      Sanitation practices affecting individual and commercial food service operations. Prevention and control of foodborne illnesses through flow of food and Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point (HACCP) management. Also includes study of worker safety. Students will take a nationally recognized Food Safety Manager Certification exam as part of this course.

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    • Consumer Relations

      FCS 41  Life Management
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lecture: 54   

      Life skills for effective self-management now and in the future. Examines theories of life management including Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs and how it can be applied to daily use of one’s resources including energy, abilities, priorities, and money. Major topics include steps in value clarification, goal setting, resource allocation, decision-making, priority management, money management, workplace management, communication skills, and healthy habits. In addition, the course explores the effect of cultural forces and future trends.


      BUSO 26  Oral Communications for Business
      3 Units (Degree Applicable)
      (May be taken for option of letter grade or Pass/No Pass)
      Lecture: 54   

      Oral communication used in business situations such as training sessions, presentations, professional discussions, and telephone interactions.

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Health & Wellness
    • Athletic Trainer Aide (ONE SEMESTER)

      KIN 19  Introduction to Care/Prevention of Activity/Sports -Related Injuries
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU, UC)
      Lecture: 54   

      Techniques and procedures for prevention and treatment of activity and sports-related injuries. Includes the responsibilities of the athletic trainer, policies and procedures of the athletic training room and the operation of rehabilitative modalities.


      KIN 34  Fitness for Living
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU, UC)
      Lecture: 54   

      Surveys the fundamentals of wellness including the five components of health related fitness, fitness program design, nutrition, weight maintenance, and stress management. Presents solid foundation for optimal health. Multiple opportunities are offered for self-evaluation within this course.


      KIN 92  Work Experience - Athletic Training
      2-3 Units (Degree Applicable)
      (May be taken for Pass/No Pass only)
      Lab: 120-225
      Prerequisite: Compliance with work experience regulations as designated in the college catalog.

      Provides athletic trainer aides and physical education students with actual on-the-job experience in an approved worksite related to classroom instruction. A minimum of 75 paid or 60 non-paid clock hours per semester of supervised work is required for each unit of credit. It is recommended that the hours per week be equally distributed throughout the semester. Work experience placement is not guaranteed, but assistance is provided by the athletic trainer faculty and staff. Students who repeat this course will improve skills through further instruction and practice. Compliance with work experience regulations as designated in the college catalog.


      KIN 3  First Aid and CPR
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU, UC, C-ID #: KIN 101)
      Lecture: 54   
      Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 68

      Training in caring for victims of injuries, sudden illness, and other medical emergencies; includes Community Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR). Students who successfully pass all requirements, will earn the appropriate American Red Cross First Aid certificate, CPR certificate, or both.


      KIN 5  Advanced First Aid/CPR/Emergency Response
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lecture: 54   
      Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 68

      First responder training, training and certifications, including laboratory experience for developing the First Aid (FA) and Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) skills required by public safety personnel, athletic trainers, emergency response team members, flight attendants, coaches, and nurses. Students who successfully pass all requirements will receive an American Red Cross (ARC) Certificate in Emergency Response, CPR for the professional rescuer, or both.

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    • Fitness Specialist/Personal Trainer

      KIN 24  Applied Kinesiology
      2 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      (May be taken for option of letter grade or Pass/No Pass)
      Lecture: 36   

      The study of movement as it relates to exercise and the interrelationships of body segments involved in human movement activity, actions of joints, nerves, and muscle exercise.


      KIN 38  Physiology of Exercise for Fitness
      3 Units (Degree Applicable)
      Lecture: 54   

      Theory of basic physiological concepts as they pertain to exercise training and the prescription of individual fitness programs.


      KIN 39  Techniques of Fitness Testing
      2 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lecture: 36   

      Theory and techniques of fitness testing, assessment, evaluation, and exercise program design. Includes laboratory experience and practical applications. This course is part of the Fitness Specialist Certificate.


      KIN 85  Fitness Specialist Work Experience
      1 Unit (Degree Applicable)
      (May be taken for option of letter grade or Pass/No Pass)
      Lab: 60-75
      Prerequisite: Compliance with work experience regulations as designated in the college catalog. Must have completed most courses required for the Fitness Specialist Certificate. Prior approval by professor required.

      Final course in the Fitness Specialist Certificate. Provides students finishing the certificate on-the-job skill development in fitness testing, program design, and client relationships. A minimum of 75 paid or 60 non-paid hours is required.


      NF 10  Nutrition for Health and Wellness
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lecture: 54   
      Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68

      Principles of nutrition and their relationship to optimum health and wellness. Emphasizes nutrient needs, food selection, and weight control during the various life stages from prenatal to adult. Student food intake is evaluated several ways including computer diet analysis. This course is intended for non-health science majors.


      NF 12  Sports Nutrition
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU, UC)
      UC Credit Limitation

      Lecture: 54   
      Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68

      Principles of nutrition are studied and applied to the athlete and active individuals. Includes macro and micro nutrient intakes, hydration, pre and post event food choices, supplements and ergogenic aids, body composition, weight loss/gain. This course also examines the cultural, sociological, and psychological influences related to nutrition, fitness and athletic achievement.


      NF 25  Introduction to Nutrition Science OR NF25H Honors
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU, UC, C-ID #: NUTR 110)
      UC Credit Limitation

      Lecture: 54   
      Prerequisite: ENGL 67

      Scientific concepts of nutrition related to the function of nutrients and current health issues with emphasis on individual needs. Topics include: functions and sources of nutrients; scientific principles to analyze and evaluate nutrition information; Dietary Guidelines and current nutrition recommendations; digestion, absorption, and metabolism; health, fitness, and disease; and nutrition in the life span. Students will record their diet, analyze its composition, and evaluate its nutrient content.

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    • Pilates Teacher

      DN-T 27  Theory and Principles of Pilates
      3 Units (Degree Applicable)
      Lecture: 54   
      Corequisite: DNCE 39 (may have been taken previously)

      Teaching skills for the Pilates method of physical and mental conditioning. Concepts and principles as applied to the mat and apparatus repertoire.


      DN-T 29  Teaching Pilates Mat Repertoire
      1.5 Units (Degree Applicable)
      Lecture: 18   Lab: 36
      Corequisite: DN-T 27 (may have been taken previously)

      Learning to teach the Pilates mat exercises and principles. Includes basic, intermediate, and advanced levels focusing on pedagogy and the development of correct neuromuscular patterning.


      DNCE 39  Pilates Fundamentals
      0.5-1 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU, UC)
      UC Credit Limitation

      (May be taken for option of letter grade or Pass/No Pass)
      Lab: 36-54

      Pilates foundation mat-work. Conditioning exercises and body awareness resulting in improved alignment, strength, flexibility, control, and coordination. Includes an introduction to the Pilates Reformer.


      DNCE 41  Pilates I
      0.5-1 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU, UC)
      UC Credit Limitation

      (May be taken for option of letter grade or Pass/No Pass)
      Lab: 36-54
      Advisory: DNCE 39 or DNCE 39A

      Pilates beginning and intermediate mat-work and beginning Reformer. Includes Pilatesstick and the Magic Circle.


      DNCE 42  Pilates II
      0.5-1 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU, UC)
      UC Credit Limitation

      (May be taken for option of letter grade or Pass/No Pass)
      Lab: 36-54
      Advisory: DNCE 41

      Pilates intermediate mat, reformer, and Pilatesstick and beginning Wunda Chair, step barrel, and Ped-a-Pul. Includes use of physioball in mat work.


      DNCE 43  Pilates III
      0.5-1 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU, UC)
      UC Credit Limitation

      Lab: 36-54
      Prerequisite: DNCE 42

      Pilates intermediate and advanced mat, reformer (with use of Jumpboard), Wunda Chair (with use of split pedal), and Pilatesstick. Includes beginning Cadillac and High Barrel.

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    • Coaching

      KIN 13  Sports Officiating
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU, UC)
      UC Credit Limitation

      Lecture: 54   

      Introduction to the fundamentals and techniques of officiating various sports. This course will provide students with the opportunity to acquire knowledge, skill, and experience to function effectively as a sport official.


      KIN 34  Fitness for Living
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU, UC)
      Lecture: 54   

      Surveys the fundamentals of wellness including the five components of health related fitness, fitness program design, nutrition, weight maintenance, and stress management. Presents solid foundation for optimal health. Multiple opportunities are offered for self-evaluation within this course.


      KIN 44  Theory of Coaching
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU, UC)
      UC Credit Limitation
      Lecture: 54   

      Challenges coaches to define their coaching philosophy, objectives, and style; enhance communication and motivational skills; become more effective teachers; and improve team, relationship, risk, and self-management skills. Theory of coaching covers the fundamentals of being a successful coach, on and off the field.


      KIN 81  Work Experience for Coaching
      2-2.5 Units (Degree Applicable)
      (May be taken for Pass/No Pass only)
      Lab: 120-150
      Prerequisite: Compliance with Work Experience regulations as designated in the College Catalog.

      Provides students with on-the-job experience in approved worksites related to coaching. A minimum of 75 paid or 60 non-paid clock hours per semester is required for each unit of credit. Work experience placement is not guaranteed, but assistance is provided by the Coaching Certificate faculty advisor.

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Plants & Animals
    • Agriculture Technology

      AGAG 1  Food Production, Land Use, and Politics - A Global Perspective
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU, UC)
      Lecture: 54

      Surveys the world's food producing systems in terms of economic, political, and cultural forces. Emphasizes ethical, sustainable food producing agriculture.


      AGOR 1  Horticultural Science
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU, C-ID #: AG-PS 104)
      Lecture: 54

      Horticulture skills and techniques for use in gardening, nursery, and landscape applications. Emphasis on propagation, cultural practices, and the study of plant relationships, structure, growth and development. Off-campus meetings required.

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    • Ornamental Horticulture 

      AGOR 1  Horticultural Science
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU, C-ID #: AG-PS 104)
      Lecture: 54

      Horticulture skills and techniques for use in gardening, nursery, and landscape applications. Emphasis on propagation, cultural practices, and the study of plant relationships, structure, growth and development. Off-campus meetings required.


      AGOR 50  Soil Science and Management
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU, UC, C-ID #: AG-PS 128 L)
      Lecture: 36   Lab: 54

      Principles of soil management, including management of air, water, nutrients, organic matter. Study of soil including physical, chemical, and biological properties, classification, derivation, use, function, and management including erosion, moisture retention, structure, cultivation, organic matter, and microbiology as they pertain to optimized plant growth. Laboratory topics include soil type, classification, soil reaction, soil fertility, and physical properties of soil. Laboratory required. Field trips are required.

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    • Integrated Pest Management 

      AGOR 1  Horticultural Science
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU, C-ID #: AG-PS 104)
      Lecture: 54

      Horticulture skills and techniques for use in gardening, nursery, and landscape applications. Emphasis on propagation, cultural practices, and the study of plant relationships, structure, growth and development. Off-campus meetings required.


      AGOR 30  Ornamental Plants - Trees and Woody Shrubs
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU, UC, C-ID #: AG-EH 112 L)
      UC Credit Limitation

      Lecture: 36   Lab: 54

      Identification, growth habits, culture, and ornamental use of landscape trees and shrubs adapted to climates of California. Plants emphasized will come from the California Association of Nurseries and Garden Centers (CANGC) and California Landscape Contractors Association (CLCA) certification test plant lists. Off campus meetings required.

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    • Landscape Design

      AGOR 1  Horticultural Science
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU, C-ID #: AG-PS 104)
      Lecture: 54

      Horticulture skills and techniques for use in gardening, nursery, and landscape applications. Emphasis on propagation, cultural practices, and the study of plant relationships, structure, growth and development. Off-campus meetings required.


      AGOR 30  Ornamental Plants - Trees and Woody Shrubs
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU, UC, C-ID #: AG-EH 112 L)
      UC Credit Limitation

      Lecture: 36   Lab: 54

      Identification, growth habits, culture, and ornamental use of landscape trees and shrubs adapted to climates of California. Plants emphasized will come from the California Association of Nurseries and Garden Centers (CANGC) and California Landscape Contractors Association (CLCA) certification test plant lists. Off campus meetings required.


      AGOR 50  Soil Science and Management
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU, UC, C-ID #: AG-PS 128 L)
      Lecture: 36   Lab: 54

      Principles of soil management, including management of air, water, nutrients, organic matter. Study of soil including physical, chemical, and biological properties, classification, derivation, use, function, and management including erosion, moisture retention, structure, cultivation, organic matter, and microbiology as they pertain to optimized plant growth. Laboratory topics include soil type, classification, soil reaction, soil fertility, and physical properties of soil. Laboratory required. Field trips are required.

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    • Interior Landscaping

      AGOR 1  Horticultural Science
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU, C-ID #: AG-PS 104)
      Lecture: 54

      Horticulture skills and techniques for use in gardening, nursery, and landscape applications. Emphasis on propagation, cultural practices, and the study of plant relationships, structure, growth and development. Off-campus meetings required.


      AGOR 15  Interior Landscaping
      3 Units (Degree Applicable)
      Lecture: 54   

      Design, installation, and maintenance practices used in interior landscaping. Includes identification, culture, and care of plants suitable for interior use.


      AGOR 24  Integrated Pest Management
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lecture: 36   Lab: 54

      Common agricultural pests in Southern California and physical, biological, and chemical pest control principles and practices, including integrated pest management (IPM). Stresses use, safety, equipment, laws, and regulations of pesticides. Field trips are required.

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    • Park & Sports Turf Management

      AGOR 5  Park Facilities
      3 Units (Degree Applicable)
      Lecture: 54   

      Management and operation of different types of park facilities. Includes the management of sports fields, recreation centers, campgrounds, aquatic facilities, and golf courses.


      AGOR 50  Soil Science and Management
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU, UC, C-ID #: AG-PS 128 L)
      Lecture: 36   Lab: 54

      Principles of soil management, including management of air, water, nutrients, organic matter. Study of soil including physical, chemical, and biological properties, classification, derivation, use, function, and management including erosion, moisture retention, structure, cultivation, organic matter, and microbiology as they pertain to optimized plant growth. Laboratory topics include soil type, classification, soil reaction, soil fertility, and physical properties of soil. Laboratory required. Field trips are required.

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    • Landscape Construction

      AGOR 62  Irrigation Principles and Design
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      (May be taken for option of letter grade or Pass/No Pass)
      Lecture: 36   Lab: 54

      Principles of irrigation, design techniques, sprinkler system components, and hydraulic principles used in nursery management, interior design, residential, and commercial landscapes. Special emphasis is given to water conservation. Field trips are required.


      AGOR 63  Irrigation Systems Management
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lecture: 36   Lab: 54

      Systematic approach to water conservation in landscapes. Soil-plant-water relationships, evapotranspiration, irrigation schedules, salinity and drainage, and irrigation efficiency. Water measurement, soil moisture measurement, irrigation systems, and practical constraints affecting scheduling. California water supply and budget, water rights, local, state, and federal water institutions, and California water issues. Irrigation efficiency testing will be incorporated to demonstrate proper methods of water audits and system evaluation. Field trips are required.


      AGOR 72  Landscape Hardscape Applications
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      (May be taken for option of letter grade or Pass/No Pass)
      Lecture: 36   Lab: 54

      Landscape construction pertaining to hardscape featured in the landscape. Estimation and installation of fences, walks, planters, patios, lighting, barbecues, gazebos, decks, ponds, spas, fountains and pools. Students will gain hands-on experience in the laboratory activities.


      AGOR 73  Landscaping Laws, Contracting, and Estimating
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      (May be taken for option of letter grade or Pass/No Pass)
      Lecture: 54   

      Landscape laws, contracting, and estimating as they pertain to landscape construction. Information covered will be helpful for the Landscape Contractor's (C-27 classification) licensing exam administered by the state of California. Off campus assignments required.

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    • Greenhouse Management

      AGOR 1  Horticultural Science
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU, C-ID #: AG-PS 104)
      Lecture: 54

      Horticulture skills and techniques for use in gardening, nursery, and landscape applications. Emphasis on propagation, cultural practices, and the study of plant relationships, structure, growth and development. Off-campus meetings required.


      AGOR 2  Plant Propagation/Greenhouse Management
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU, C-ID #: AG-EH 116 L)
      Lecture: 36   Lab: 54

      Plant propagation and production practices with emphasis on florists' plants, woody ornamentals, and fruits. Commercial techniques include seed propagation, cuttings, grafting and budding, layering, fern sporing, and division. Stresses greenhouses and other environmental structures for plant propagation and production.


      AGOR 50  Soil Science and Management
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU, UC, C-ID #: AG-PS 128 L)
      Lecture: 36   Lab: 54

      Principles of soil management, including management of air, water, nutrients, organic matter. Study of soil including physical, chemical, and biological properties, classification, derivation, use, function, and management including erosion, moisture retention, structure, cultivation, organic matter, and microbiology as they pertain to optimized plant growth. Laboratory topics include soil type, classification, soil reaction, soil fertility, and physical properties of soil. Laboratory required. Field trips are required.


      AGOR 63  Irrigation Systems Management
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lecture: 36   Lab: 54

      Systematic approach to water conservation in landscapes. Soil-plant-water relationships, evapotranspiration, irrigation schedules, salinity and drainage, and irrigation efficiency. Water measurement, soil moisture measurement, irrigation systems, and practical constraints affecting scheduling. California water supply and budget, water rights, local, state, and federal water institutions, and California water issues. Irrigation efficiency testing will be incorporated to demonstrate proper methods of water audits and system evaluation. Field trips are required.

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    • Pet Science

      AGPE 71  Canine Management
      3 Units (Degree Applicable)
      Lecture: 36   Lab: 54

      Selection, feeding, housing, breeding and management of dogs, including commercial aspects of the dog as a domestic pet. Laboratory work will include practical experience in the handling and training of dogs. May include field trips.

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Public Service & Social Science

    • Addictions Counseling

      AD 1  Alcohol and Drug Dependency
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU, C-ID #: ADS 110 X)
      Lecture: 54   

      Presents an overview of alcohol and chemical dependencies and ramifications. Explores the impact these dependencies have upon the individual's social, psychological, economic, and physiological well-being as well as community and family concerns. Examines the myths, images, and stereotypes about substances and substance abusers. Explores various approaches to recovery. Includes familiarization with terms.


      AD 2  Physiological Effects of Alcohol and Drugs
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU, C-ID #: ADS 140X)
      Lecture: 54   

      Examines effects of alcohol and drugs on the human body. Includes tolerance, habituation, cross-tolerance, and synergistic effect.


      AD 3  Chemical Dependency: Intervention, Treatment and Recovery
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lecture: 54   

      Examines techniques used in chemical dependency treatment. Analyzes types of treatment programs and the essentials of recovery. Focus on evidence-based treatments of addiction.


      AD 4  Issues in Domestic Violence
      3 Units (Degree Applicable)
      Lecture: 54   

      History, law, and psychology of domestic violence. Cultural, social aspects, and relationship to substance abuse explored.

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    • Administration of Justice 

      ADJU 1  The Administration of Justice System
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU, UC, C-ID #: AJ 110)
      Lecture: 54   

      History and philosophy of the justice system, subsystems, roles, relationships and theories of crime causation and correction.


      ADJU 2  Principles and Procedures of the Justice System
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU, C-ID #: AJ 122)
      Lecture: 54   

      Due process in criminal proceedings from pre-arrest through trial and appeal using statutory law and legal precedent.


      ADJU 3  Concepts of Criminal Law
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU, UC, C-ID #: AJ 120)
      Lecture: 45   Lab: 27

      Classification of crime, elements of crimes, common and statutory law, and evidence as observed through the study of case law decisions by state and federal courts.


      ADJU 6  Concepts of Enforcement Services
      3 Units (Degree Applicable)
      Lecture: 54   

      Responsibilities, techniques and methods of police patrol with emphasis on the knowledge required in handling common police occurrences.


      ADJU 10  Introduction to Correctional Sciences
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU, C-ID #: AJ 200)
      Lecture: 54   

      The philosophy behind past and present practices used in the criminal justice and correctional processes. Includes the analysis of punishment and alternatives including their impact in corrections within the criminal justice system. The examination of the types of clients within correctional institutions and various contemporary correctional issues.


      ADJU 20  Principles of Investigation
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU, C-ID #: AJ 140)
      Lecture: 45   Lab: 27

      Investigation, 4th Amendment issues including crime scene search and recording, collection and preservation of physical evidence, modus operandi, suspect profiling scientific aids, sources of information, use of informants, interviews and interrogation, follow up, and case preparation.


      ADJU 38  Narcotics Investigation
      3 Units (Degree Applicable)
      Lecture: 54   

      Investigation and arrest techniques for drug enforcement. Drug effects, use of informants, constitutional issues, and handling of evidence.


      ADJU 59  Gangs and Corrections
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lecture: 54   

      Contemporary street and prison gang issues, including historical and current perspectives, gang dynamics, identification of characteristics, and cultural differences of gang philosophy. Includes law enforcement and correction's role in intervention and suppression.

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    • Child Development

      CHLD 5  Principles and Practices in Child Development Programs
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU, C-ID #: ECE 120)
      Lecture: 54   

      Examine historical context, philosophies, and theoretical framework in early childhood education, including ethical conduct, career pathways, professional standards, and advocacy. Explore culturally relevant practice and developmentally appropriate curriculum when planning learning environments for diverse learners in early childhood programs. Assesses best practices related to child observations, teaching strategies, and state regulations. Evaluate the key role of relationships and adult-child interactions in supporting children’s physical, social, emotional, language, and cognitive development. TB clearance and 4 observation hours required.


      CHLD 6  Introduction to Child Development Curriculum
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU, C-ID #: ECE 130)
      Lecture: 54   
      Advisory: CHLD 5 or CHLD 11

      Curriculum designs, content areas, and environments related to early education programs. Teaching strategies and curriculum development based on theoretical frameworks, observation, and assessment through a cultural lens to explain and plan for children's development across the curriculum, including all content areas. Materials and resources used to plan and implement developmentally appropriate curriculum and learning environments for children from birth to 8 years old. TB test and observations required.


      CHLD 11  Child and Adolescent Development
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU, UC, C-ID #: CDEV 100)
      UC Credit Limitation

      Lecture: 54   

      Examines major physical, psychosocial, cognitive, language, and brain developmental processes prenatal through adolescence. Emphasis on developmental theory, research methodologies, maturational processes, and environmental factors. Students observe children and analyze characteristics of development at various stages according to developmental theories. Meets Title 22 and Title V requirements for the Child Development Permit. TB test, out-of-class observations, and interviews required.

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    • Fire Technology

      FIRE 1  Fire Protection Organization
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lecture: 54   

      Careers in fire protection and related fields, history of fire protection, fire loss analysis, and public, quasi-public, and private fire protection services. Also includes specific fire protection functions and fire behavior, suppression, and extinguishment.


      FIRE 2  Fire Prevention Technology
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU, C-ID #: FIRE 110 X)
      Lecture: 54   

      History of fire prevention, including codes, identification (ID) and correction of hazards, investigation, and public safety education.


      KINF 51B  Agility Test Preparation Law and Fire - Intermediate
      1 Unit (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      (May be taken for option of letter grade or Pass/No Pass)
      Advisory: KINF 51A

      Designed to enhance competence in physical agility testing for individuals who have had instruction in primary agility training. There may be off-campus assignments.

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    • Paralegal

      PLGL 30  Introduction to Paralegal/Legal
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lecture: 54   
      Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 1A

      Federal and state legal systems, role of paralegals and relationship of paralegals to attorneys, basic civil litigation, legal writing, investigation of claims, and legal ethics for paralegals.


      PLGL 31  Legal Analysis and Writing
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lecture: 54   
      Corequisite: PLGL 30 (May have been taken previously)

      Formerly PLGL 31A
      Law library for legal research and references including reading and analyzing cases, statutes, constitutions, secondary sources, and preparation of case briefs.


      PLGL 34  Law Office Procedures
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lecture: 54   
      Corequisite: PLGL 30 (may have been taken previously)

      Formerly PLGL 35A.
      Procedures utilized by a paralegal in a law office. Court systems, preparation and filing of legal papers and court documents, and drafting specialized documents in estate planning, real estate, divorce, unlawful detainer, adoption, corporations, conservatorships, and guardianships.

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    • Paralegal Litigation & Support

      PLGL 100  The Litigation Practice and eDiscovery
      3 Units (Degree Applicable)
      (May be taken for option of letter grade or Pass/No Pass)
      Lecture: 54   

      Role of eDiscovery in modern day litigation, court rules and procedure, overview of the Electronic Discovery Reference Model (EDRM) process, data privacy laws, and related ethical issues.


      PLGL 101  Project Management Principles in eDiscovery
      3 Units (Degree Applicable)
      (May be taken for option of letter grade or Pass/No Pass)
      Lecture: 54   

      Project management, review of the lifecycle of litigation, and application of project management principles to eDiscovery.


      PLGL 103  Litigation Support Applications
      3 Units (Degree Applicable)
      (May be taken for option of letter grade or Pass/No Pass)
      Lecture: 54   
      Advisory: PLGL 102

      Use of litigation support software and technology in the forensic data collection process and eDiscovery. Practical training in contemporary document review software.

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    • Sign Language/Interpreting

      SIGN 101  American Sign Language 1
      4 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU, UC)
      Lecture: 72   

      Fundamentals of American Sign Language. Preparation for visual/gestural communication followed by intensive work on comprehension skills; modeling of grammatical structures; general information about Deaf Culture. One out-of-class observation required.


      SIGN 201  Introduction to Deaf Studies
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lecture: 54   

      Topics central to the Deaf community including deaf education, Deaf and hearing relationships, and Deaf history. Topics include early intervention and education of deaf children, communication strategies and their effectiveness, anatomy and causes of deafness, and Deaf people as a cultural group. Gives a holistic perspective of Deaf people applicable to further studies in Deaf culture and community.

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    • Industrial Design Engineer

      IDE 110  Design Foundation-Visual Literacy
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lecture: 36   Lab: 54
      Corequisite: IDE 120 and IDE 130

      A portfolio-based course that explores sketching, rendering and physical sketch-modeling techniques based on formal design concepts and principles. Promotes efficient communication between designers, engineers, clients and users through rapid, focused concept and form development.


      IDE 120  Introduction to CAD
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lecture: 36   Lab: 54
      Corequisite: IDE 110 and IDE 130

      Computer Aided Design (CAD) applications and design processes used in industrial design and manufacturing. A portfolio-based course that requires students to generate industry standard CAD drawings used for manufacturing.


      IDE 130  Introduction to Shop Processes

      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lecture: 36   Lab: 54
      Corequisite: IDE 110 and IDE 120

      Methods and tools used for creating production prototypes, breadboards, and mock-ups used for fabrication and manufacturing industries. Focus is on tool and process selection, safety, and mastery of machine operation skills and techniques.

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STEM

    • Android Programming

      CISP 10  Principles of Object-Oriented Design
      2.5 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lecture: 27   Lab: 54
      Advisory: CISP 11 or CISP 21 or CISP 31 or CISP 41

      Object-oriented design, patterns, and use of Unified Modeling Language (UML) in different programming languages that will enable students to build large packages and business applications. The course also covers Agile and Scrum methodologies.


      CISP 21  Programming in Java
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU, UC)
      Lecture: 54   
      Corequisite: CISP 21L
      Advisory: CISP 10 and (CISB 11 or CISB 15)

      Design and development of object-oriented Java programming applications. Includes object-oriented business programs and applications, documentation and debugging techniques, user-interface, objects, various data types, methods, events, elementary control structures, arrays, and inheritance. Student must take CISP 21L concurrently.


      CISP 21L  Programming in Java Laboratory
      0.5 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU, UC)
      Lab: 27
      Corequisite: CISP 21

      Laboratory for CISP 21 - Java Programming exercises focusing on design and development of object-oriented business programs and applications, documentation and debugging techniques, user-interface, objects, variables, methods, events, elementary control structures, lists, arrays, and inheritance. Concurrent enrollment in the lecture course CISP 21 - Programming in Java is required.

    • iOS Programming

      CISP 10  Principles of Object-Oriented Design
      2.5 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lecture: 27   Lab: 54
      Advisory: CISP 11 or CISP 21 or CISP 31 or CISP 41

      Object-oriented design, patterns, and use of Unified Modeling Language (UML) in different programming languages that will enable students to build large packages and business applications. The course also covers Agile and Scrum methodologies.


      CISP 31  Programming in C++
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU, UC)
      Lecture: 54   
      Corequisite: CISP 31L
      Advisory: CISP 10 or (CISP 11 and CISP 11L) or (CISP 21 and CISP 21L)

      Object-oriented programming in C++ including object-oriented design, documentation, and debugging techniques. Elementary control structures, classes, overload operators and functions, and single and multiple inheritance. Student must be enrolled in CISP 31L, a concurrent laboratory co-requisite.


      CISP 31L  Programming in C++ Laboratory
      0.5 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU, UC)
      Lab: 27
      Corequisite: CISP 31

      Laboratory for object-oriented programming in C++ including object-oriented design, documentation, and debugging techniques. Elementary control structures, classes, overload operators and functions, and single and multiple inheritance. Student must be enrolled in CISP 31, a concurrent lecture co-requisite.

    • Big Data

      CISD 41  Introduction to Data Science
      3.5 Units (Degree Applicable)
      Lecture: 54   Lab: 27
      Advisory: CISP 10

      Introduces students to the evolving domain of data science. Addresses the key knowledge domains in data science, including data development and management, statistical analysis, data visualization, and inference. Provides an exposure to some of the technologies involved in application of data science. Goals are to learn how to use tools for acquiring, cleaning, analyzing, exploring, and visualizing data; making data-driven inferences and decisions; and effectively communicating results.

    • C++ Programming

      CISP 10  Principles of Object-Oriented Design
      2.5 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lecture: 27   Lab: 54
      Advisory: CISP 11 or CISP 21 or CISP 31 or CISP 41

      Object-oriented design, patterns, and use of Unified Modeling Language (UML) in different programming languages that will enable students to build large packages and business applications. The course also covers Agile and Scrum methodologies.


      CISP 31  Programming in C++
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU, UC)
      Lecture: 54   
      Corequisite: CISP 31L
      Advisory: CISP 10 or (CISP 11 and CISP 11L) or (CISP 21 and CISP 21L)

      Object-oriented programming in C++ including object-oriented design, documentation, and debugging techniques. Elementary control structures, classes, overload operators and functions, and single and multiple inheritance. Student must be enrolled in CISP 31L, a concurrent laboratory co-requisite.


      CISP 31L  Programming in C++ Laboratory
      0.5 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU, UC)
      Lab: 27
      Corequisite: CISP 31

      Laboratory for object-oriented programming in C++ including object-oriented design, documentation, and debugging techniques. Elementary control structures, classes, overload operators and functions, and single and multiple inheritance. Student must be enrolled in CISP 31, a concurrent lecture co-requisite.

    • Java  Programming

      CISP 10  Principles of Object-Oriented Design
      2.5 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lecture: 27   Lab: 54
      Advisory: CISP 11 or CISP 21 or CISP 31 or CISP 41

      Object-oriented design, patterns, and use of Unified Modeling Language (UML) in different programming languages that will enable students to build large packages and business applications. The course also covers Agile and Scrum methodologies.


      CISP 21  Programming in Java
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU, UC)
      Lecture: 54   
      Corequisite: CISP 21L
      Advisory: CISP 10 and (CISB 11 or CISB 15)

      Design and development of object-oriented Java programming applications. Includes object-oriented business programs and applications, documentation and debugging techniques, user-interface, objects, various data types, methods, events, elementary control structures, arrays, and inheritance. Student must take CISP 21L concurrently.


      CISP 21L  Programming in Java Laboratory
      0.5 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU, UC)
      Lab: 27
      Corequisite: CISP 21

      Laboratory for CISP 21 - Java Programming exercises focusing on design and development of object-oriented business programs and applications, documentation and debugging techniques, user-interface, objects, variables, methods, events, elementary control structures, lists, arrays, and inheritance. Concurrent enrollment in the lecture course CISP 21 - Programming in Java is required.

    • LINUX

      CISN 31  Linux Operating System
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lecture: 54 
      Corequisite: CISN 31L
      Advisory: CISB 11

      Concepts and skills in planning and installing Linux Operating System (OS) and its graphical user interface (GUI); using Linux Shells and system administration commands; managing user accounts; installing hardware and software; and maintaining file systems and system resources.


      CISN 31L  Linux Operating System Laboratory
      0.5 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lab: 27
      Corequisite: CISN 31

      Laboratory for planning, installing, and managing Linux Operating System (OS) and its graphical user interface (GUI); using Linux Shells and system administration commands; managing user accounts; installing hardware and software; and maintaining file systems and system resources. Concurrent enrollment in CISN 31 lecture course is required.

    • Computer Networking Security

      CISS 21  Network Vulnerabilities and Countermeasures
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lecture: 54   
      Corequisite: CISS 21L
      Advisory: CISN 11

      Network vulnerabilities from a hacker's perspective. Cyber security legal and ethical issues. Written security, use policy, and instance response policy. Scanning and penetration tests, vulnerability assessments, and countermeasures for Windows and Linux operating systems. Secure programming, virtual private network (VPN), cryptography, wireless, Web, and remote access securities. Student must be enrolled in CISS 21L, a concurrent lab co-requisite.


      CISS 21L  Network Vulnerabilities and Countermeasures Laboratory
      0.5 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lab: 27
      Corequisite: CISS 21

      Laboratory for network vulnerabilities from a hacker's perspective. Cyber security legal and ethical issues. Written security, use policy, and instance response policy. Scanning and penetration tests, vulnerability assessments and countermeasures for Windows and Linux operating systems. Secure programming, virtual private network (VPN), cryptography, wireless, Web, and remote access securities. Student must be enrolled in CISS 21, a concurrent lecture co-requisite.

    • Computer Networking - Software

      CISN 11  Telecommunications Networking
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lecture: 54   
      Corequisite: CISN 11L
      Advisory: CISB 11

      Prepares students for the first year Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) and Network+ certification. Telecommunications networking focusing on network concepts and designs; network standards; Transmission Control Protocol and Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) version 4 (IPv4) and version 6 (IPv6); Open Systems Interconnection (OSI); network protocols; transmission media; switch; hardware architecture; local area network (LAN); wide area network (WAN); remote connectivity; Microsoft and Linux network operating system; network troubleshooting, maintenance, and upgrade; network and wireless security; system vulnerability; and network sniffing analysis.


      CISN 11L  Telecommunications/Networking Laboratory
      0.5 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lab: 27
      Corequisite: CISN 11

      Telecommunications Networking lab preparing students for first year Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) and Network+ certification. Telecommunications Networking focusing on network concepts and designs, network standards, Transmission Control Protocol and Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) version 4 (IPv4) and version 6 (IPv6), Open Systems Interconnection (OSI), network protocols, transmission media, switch, hardware architecture, local area network (LAN), wide area network (WAN), remote connectivity, Microsoft and Linux network operating system, network troubleshooting, maintenance, and upgrade, network and wireless security, system vulnerability, and network sniffing analysis.

    • Object Oriented Design (ONE SEMESTER)

      CISP 10  Principles of Object-Oriented Design
      2.5 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lecture: 27   Lab: 54
      Advisory: CISP 11 or CISP 21 or CISP 31 or CISP 41

      Object-oriented design, patterns, and use of Unified Modeling Language (UML) in different programming languages that will enable students to build large packages and business applications. The course also covers Agile and Scrum methodologies.


      CISP 21  Programming in Java
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU, UC)
      Lecture: 54   
      Corequisite: CISP 21L
      Advisory: CISP 10 and (CISB 11 or CISB 15)

      Design and development of object-oriented Java programming applications. Includes object-oriented business programs and applications, documentation and debugging techniques, user-interface, objects, various data types, methods, events, elementary control structures, arrays, and inheritance. Student must take CISP 21L concurrently.


      CISP 21L  Programming in Java Laboratory
      0.5 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU, UC)
      Lab: 27
      Corequisite: CISP 21

      Laboratory for CISP 21 - Java Programming exercises focusing on design and development of object-oriented business programs and applications, documentation and debugging techniques, user-interface, objects, variables, methods, events, elementary control structures, lists, arrays, and inheritance. Concurrent enrollment in the lecture course CISP 21 - Programming in Java is required.


      CISP 31  Programming in C++
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU, UC)
      Lecture: 54   
      Corequisite: CISP 31L
      Advisory: CISP 10 or (CISP 11 and CISP 11L) or (CISP 21 and CISP 21L)

      Object-oriented programming in C++ including object-oriented design, documentation, and debugging techniques. Elementary control structures, classes, overload operators and functions, and single and multiple inheritance. Student must be enrolled in CISP 31L, a concurrent laboratory co-requisite.


      CISP 31L  Programming in C++ Laboratory
      0.5 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU, UC)
      Lab: 27
      Corequisite: CISP 31

      Laboratory for object-oriented programming in C++ including object-oriented design, documentation, and debugging techniques. Elementary control structures, classes, overload operators and functions, and single and multiple inheritance. Student must be enrolled in CISP 31, a concurrent lecture co-requisite.


      CISP 34L  Advanced C++ Programming Laboratory
      0.5 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU, UC)
      Lab: 27
      Corequisite: CISP 34

      Laboratory for object-oriented programming in C++ concepts. Covers principles covers data structures: vectors, linked lists, queues, stacks and hash tables, graphical-user interface (GUI), database access, and web services. Students must be enrolled in CISP 34, a concurrent lecture co-requisite.

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    • SQL

      CISD 21  Database Management - Microsoft SQL Server
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lecture: 54   
      Corequisite: CISD 21L
      Advisory: CISB 11 or CISB 15

      Structured Query Language (SQL) and Transact-SQL for Microsoft SQL Server. Topics include creating database objects, retrieving and updating data, writing scripts, developing stored procedures and functions, developing triggers, and creating cursors. Student must be enrolled in CISD 21L, a concurrent lab co-requisite.


      CISD 21L  Database Management - Microsoft SQL Server Laboratory
      0.5 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lab: 27
      Corequisite: CISD 21

      Laboratory for CISD 21 - Structured Query Language (SQL) and Transact-SQL for Microsoft SQL Server. Topics include creating database objects, retrieving and updating data, writing scripts, developing stored procedures, functions, triggers, and creating cursors. Student must be enrolled in CISD 21, a concurrent lecture co-requisite.


      CISD 31  Database Management - Oracle
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lecture: 54   
      Corequisite: CISD 31L
      Advisory: CISB 11 or CISB 15

      Oracle database management system (DBMS) functions, concepts, and terms. Procedure Language/Structure Query Language (PL/SQL) is used to code, test, and implement stored procedures, functions, triggers, and packages. Relational database projects will be built using PL/SQL. Concurrent enrollment in CISD 31L is required.


      CISD 31L  Database Management - Oracle Laboratory
      0.5 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lab: 27
      Corequisite: CISD 31

      Laboratory for CISD 31 - Oracle database management system (DBMS) functions, concepts, and terms. Procedure Language/Structured Query Language (PL/SQL) is used to code, test, and implement stored procedures, functions, triggers, and packages. Relational database projects will be built using PL/SQL. Concurrent enrollment in CISD 31 is required.

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    • Telecommunications

      CISN 11  Telecommunications Networking
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lecture: 54   
      Corequisite: CISN 11L
      Advisory: CISB 11

      Prepares students for the first year Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) and Network+ certification. Telecommunications networking focusing on network concepts and designs; network standards; Transmission Control Protocol and Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) version 4 (IPv4) and version 6 (IPv6); Open Systems Interconnection (OSI); network protocols; transmission media; switch; hardware architecture; local area network (LAN); wide area network (WAN); remote connectivity; Microsoft and Linux network operating system; network troubleshooting, maintenance, and upgrade; network and wireless security; system vulnerability; and network sniffing analysis.


      CISN 11L  Telecommunications/Networking Laboratory
      0.5 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lab: 27
      Corequisite: CISN 11

      Telecommunications Networking lab preparing students for first year Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) and Network+ certification. Telecommunications Networking focusing on network concepts and designs, network standards, Transmission Control Protocol and Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) version 4 (IPv4) and version 6 (IPv6), Open Systems Interconnection (OSI), network protocols, transmission media, switch, hardware architecture, local area network (LAN), wide area network (WAN), remote connectivity, Microsoft and Linux network operating system, network troubleshooting, maintenance, and upgrade, network and wireless security, system vulnerability, and network sniffing analysis.

    • Web Programming

      CISW 17  HTML, CSS, and JavaScript Programming
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lecture: 54   
      Advisory: CISB 11

      Plan, program, implement, publish, and maintain web sites using Hypertext Markup Language version 5 (HTML5), Cascading Style Sheets version 3 (CSS3), and JavaScript. Includes working with text, semantic, and multimedia objects, tables, forms, Application Programming Interfaces (APIs), Document Object Model (DOM), cross-browser compatibility, markup validation, client-side interactivity, and principles of web page design, web site construction, documentation, and publishing.


      CISW 24  Secure Web Server Programming in Python
      3 Units (Degree Applicable)
      Lecture: 54   
      Corequisite: CISW 24L

      Secure web programming to create user interfaces, extract information and manage databases, manage files, format reports, and access web servers using Python programming language. Student must be enrolled in CISW 24L, a concurrent lab co-requisite.


      CISW 24L  Secure Web Server Programming in Python Laboratory
      0.5 Units (Degree Applicable)
      Lab: 27
      Corequisite: CISW 24

      Laboratory for secure web programming to create user interfaces, extract information and manage databases, manage files, format reports, and access web servers using Python programming language. Student must be enrolled in CISW 24, a concurrent lecture co-requisite.

       
    • Windows Operating Systems (ONE SEMESTER)

      CISN 21  Windows Operating System
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lecture: 54   
      Advisory: CISB 11 or CISB 15

      Windows operating system installation and performance tweaking, including hardware and software issues, Windows system files, and Windows security.


      CISN 24  Window Server Network and Security Administration
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lecture: 54   
      Corequisite: CISN 24L
      Advisory: CISN 11

      Computer Network Administration and Security Management (CNASM) core. Microsoft Certified Solutions Expert (MCSE) topics, Active Directory security and Group Policy management, Hyper-V virtual server installation, Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP), Domain Name Service (DNS), file system security, logon script, software deployment, network printing, Remote Desktop (RD) Gateway and RD Web Access, Network Address Translation (NAT), Internet Protocol Security (IPsec) and secure Virtual Private Network (VPN), Internet Protocol (IP) version 6 (v6) DHCPv6, DNSv6, and IPv6 Routing.


      CISN 24L  Window Server Network and Security Administration Laboratory
      0.5 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lab: 27
      Corequisite: CISN 24

      Laboratory applications for Microsoft Server Certification Expert (MCSE) topics, Active Directory security and Group Policy management, Hyper-V virtual server installation, Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP), Domain Name Service (DNS), file system security, logon script, software deployment, network printing, Remote Desktop (RD) Gateway and RD Web Access, Network Address Translation (NAT), IPsec and secure Virtual Private Network (VPN), Internet Protocol (IP) version 6 (v6) DHCPv6, DNSv6, and IPv6 Routing. Student must be enrolled in CISN 24 - Window Server Network and Security Administration, a concurrent lecture co-requisite.

    • Python Programming

      CISP 10  Principles of Object-Oriented Design
      2.5 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lecture: 27   Lab: 54
      Advisory: CISP 11 or CISP 21 or CISP 31 or CISP 41

      Object-oriented design, patterns, and use of Unified Modeling Language (UML) in different programming languages that will enable students to build large packages and business applications. The course also covers Agile and Scrum methodologies.


      CISP 71  Programming in Python
      3 Units (Degree Applicable)
      Lecture: 54   
      Corequisite: CISP 71L
      Advisory: CISP 10

      Design and development of object-oriented Python programming applications. Includes object-oriented business programs and applications, documentation and debugging techniques, user-interface, objects, various data types, methods, events, elementary control structures, arrays, inheritance, polymorphism, file operations, database interaction, and networking. Student must take CISP 71L concurrently.


      CISP 71L  Programming in Python Laboratory
      0.5 Units (Degree Applicable)
      Lab: 27
      Corequisite: CISP 71
      Advisory: CISP 10

      Laboratory for CISP 71- Python Programming exercises focusing on design and development of object-oriented business programs and applications, documentation and debugging techniques, user-interface, objects, variables, methods, events, elementary control structures, lists, arrays, inheritance , polymorphism, file operations, database interaction, and networking. Concurrent enrollment in CISP 71 is required.

       
    • Cloud Computing for Amazon Web Services

      CISN 71  Introduction to Cloud Computing
      3 Units (Degree Applicable)
      Lecture: 54   
      Advisory: CISB 11

      Concepts and principles of cloud computing that shift information systems from on-premises computing infrastructure to highly scalable internet architectures. Topics includes cloud computing technologies, cloud services (storage, servers and software applications), cloud providers, industry cloud practices, cloud careers, and industry demand for cloud skills. Students analyze a variety of case studies to effectively evaluate and assess the business and technical benefits of cloud computing and cloud applications.


      CISN 72A  Cloud Computing Database Essentials for Amazon Web Services
      3 Units (Degree Applicable)
      Lecture: 54   
      Prerequisite: CISN 71

      Concepts and skills in planning, designing, and using different cloud database data storage solutions; define, operate and scale both Structured Query Language (SQL) and Not only SQL (NoSOL) data storage solutions; using Amazon Relational Database Service (RDS) and SQL to create and fill tables, retrieve and manipulate data; using object-based Application Programming Interface (APIs) to serialize objects to Amazon DynamoDB for NoSQL solutions and other topics like automated backups, transaction logs, restoration, and retention.


      CISW 17  HTML, CSS, and JavaScript Programming
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lecture: 54   
      Advisory: CISB 11

      Plan, program, implement, publish, and maintain web sites using Hypertext Markup Language version 5 (HTML5), Cascading Style Sheets version 3 (CSS3), and JavaScript. Includes working with text, semantic, and multimedia objects, tables, forms, Application Programming Interfaces (APIs), Document Object Model (DOM), cross-browser compatibility, markup validation, client-side interactivity, and principles of web page design, web site construction, documentation, and publishing.


      CISW 24  Secure Web Server Programming in Python
      3 Units (Degree Applicable)
      Lecture: 54   
      Corequisite: CISW 24L

      Secure web programming to create user interfaces, extract information and manage databases, manage files, format reports, and access web servers using Python programming language. Student must be enrolled in CISW 24L, a concurrent lab co-requisite.


      CISW 24L  Secure Web Server Programming in Python Laboratory

      0.5 Units (Degree Applicable)
      Lab: 27
      Corequisite: CISW 24

      Laboratory for secure web programming to create user interfaces, extract information and manage databases, manage files, format reports, and access web servers using Python programming language. Student must be enrolled in CISW 24, a concurrent lecture co-requisite.


      CISP 21  Programming in Java
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU, UC)
      Lecture: 54   
      Corequisite: CISP 21L
      Advisory: CISP 10 and (CISB 11 or CISB 15)

      Design and development of object-oriented Java programming applications. Includes object-oriented business programs and applications, documentation and debugging techniques, user-interface, objects, various data types, methods, events, elementary control structures, arrays, and inheritance. Student must take CISP 21L concurrently.


      CISP 21L  Programming in Java Laboratory
      0.5 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU, UC)
      Lab: 27
      Corequisite: CISP 21

      Laboratory for CISP 21 - Java Programming exercises focusing on design and development of object-oriented business programs and applications, documentation and debugging techniques, user-interface, objects, variables, methods, events, elementary control structures, lists, arrays, and inheritance. Concurrent enrollment in the lecture course CISP 21 - Programming in Java is required.


      CISP 71  Programming in Python
      3 Units (Degree Applicable)
      Lecture: 54   
      Corequisite: CISP 71L
      Advisory: CISP 10

      Design and development of object-oriented Python programming applications. Includes object-oriented business programs and applications, documentation and debugging techniques, user-interface, objects, various data types, methods, events, elementary control structures, arrays, inheritance, polymorphism, file operations, database interaction, and networking. Student must take CISP 71L concurrently.


      CISP 71L  Programming in Python Laboratory
      0.5 Units (Degree Applicable)
      Lab: 27
      Corequisite: CISP 71
      Advisory: CISP 10

      Laboratory for CISP 71- Python Programming exercises focusing on design and development of object-oriented business programs and applications, documentation and debugging techniques, user-interface, objects, variables, methods, events, elementary control structures, lists, arrays, inheritance , polymorphism, file operations, database interaction, and networking. Concurrent enrollment in CISP 71 is required.

       
    • Computer Network Administration & Security

      CISN 11  Telecommunications Networking
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lecture: 54   
      Corequisite: CISN 11L
      Advisory: CISB 11

      Prepares students for the first year Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) and Network+ certification. Telecommunications networking focusing on network concepts and designs; network standards; Transmission Control Protocol and Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) version 4 (IPv4) and version 6 (IPv6); Open Systems Interconnection (OSI); network protocols; transmission media; switch; hardware architecture; local area network (LAN); wide area network (WAN); remote connectivity; Microsoft and Linux network operating system; network troubleshooting, maintenance, and upgrade; network and wireless security; system vulnerability; and network sniffing analysis.


      CISN 11L  Telecommunications/Networking Laboratory
      0.5 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lab: 27
      Corequisite: CISN 11

      Telecommunications Networking lab preparing students for first year Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) and Network+ certification. Telecommunications Networking focusing on network concepts and designs, network standards, Transmission Control Protocol and Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) version 4 (IPv4) and version 6 (IPv6), Open Systems Interconnection (OSI), network protocols, transmission media, switch, hardware architecture, local area network (LAN), wide area network (WAN), remote connectivity, Microsoft and Linux network operating system, network troubleshooting, maintenance, and upgrade, network and wireless security, system vulnerability, and network sniffing analysis.

    • Computer Programming

      CISB 11  Computer Information Systems
      3.5 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU, UC, C-ID #: BUS 140, ITIS 120)
      UC Credit Limitation

      Lecture: 54   Lab: 27

      Overview of computer information systems including computer hardware, software, networking, programming, databases, Internet, security, systems analysis, ethics, and problem solving using business applications.


      CISB 15  Microcomputer Applications
      3.5 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU, UC)
      Lecture: 54   Lab: 27

      Windows operating system (OS) and applications, simple business examples using up-to-date browser, word processing, spreadsheet, database management and presentation software, and integration of software applications.


      CISP 10  Principles of Object-Oriented Design
      2.5 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lecture: 27   Lab: 54
      Advisory: CISP 11 or CISP 21 or CISP 31 or CISP 41

      Object-oriented design, patterns, and use of Unified Modeling Language (UML) in different programming languages that will enable students to build large packages and business applications. The course also covers Agile and Scrum methodologies.

       
    • Computer Networking Technology Fundamentals - Hardware

      CNET 50  Personal Computer (PC) Servicing
      4 Units (Degree Applicable)
      Lecture: 54   Lab: 54

      Personal computer (PC) and peripheral servicing techniques, preventative maintenance, hardware configurations, software configurations, software diagnostics, and the use of test equipment.


      CNET 52  PC Operating Systems
      4 Units (Degree Applicable)
      Lecture: 54   Lab: 54
      Advisory: CNET 50

      Current operating systems required for A+ and Network+ Certification and general computer servicing. Includes: identification of major components, installation, configuration, upgrading, and troubleshooting.


      CNET 54  PC Troubleshooting
      4 Units (Degree Applicable)
      Lecture: 54   Lab: 54
      Advisory: CNET 50

      Personal computer (PC) servicing. Includes isolating, identifying, and repairing specific problems in the computer environment at the hardware level. Prepares students for the A+ Certification Exam.

       
    • Computer Networking Technology Fundamentals - Hardware

      CNET 50  Personal Computer (PC) Servicing
      4 Units (Degree Applicable)
      Lecture: 54   Lab: 54

      Personal computer (PC) and peripheral servicing techniques, preventative maintenance, hardware configurations, software configurations, software diagnostics, and the use of test equipment.


      ELEC 50A  Electronic Circuits - Direct Current (DC)
      4 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lecture: 54   Lab: 54
      Advisory: Eligibility for MATH 51

      Direct Current (DC) electrical circuits and their applications. Covers DC sources, analysis, test equipment, measurements, and troubleshooting of resistive devices and other basic components. Includes Ohm's Law, Kirchhoff's law, and network theorems. (Students seeking a survey course in electronics should take ELEC 10, Introduction to Mechatronics, rather than ELEC 50A or 50B.)


      ELEC 50B  Electronic Circuits (AC)
      4 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lecture: 54   Lab: 54
      Advisory: ELEC 50A

      Alternating Current (AC) electrical circuits and their applications. Covers AC sources, analysis (using complex numbers), test equipment, measurements, and troubleshooting of basic circuits with capacitors, inductors, and resistors. Includes impedance, resonance, filters, and decibels.

       
    • Computer Database Management - Hardware

      CNET 50  Personal Computer (PC) Servicing
      4 Units (Degree Applicable)
      Lecture: 54   Lab: 54

      Personal computer (PC) and peripheral servicing techniques, preventative maintenance, hardware configurations, software configurations, software diagnostics, and the use of test equipment.


      ELEC 50A  Electronic Circuits - Direct Current (DC)
      4 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lecture: 54   Lab: 54
      Advisory: Eligibility for MATH 51

      Direct Current (DC) electrical circuits and their applications. Covers DC sources, analysis, test equipment, measurements, and troubleshooting of resistive devices and other basic components. Includes Ohm's Law, Kirchhoff's law, and network theorems. (Students seeking a survey course in electronics should take ELEC 10, Introduction to Mechatronics, rather than ELEC 50A or 50B.)


      ELEC 50B  Electronic Circuits (AC)
      4 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lecture: 54   Lab: 54
      Advisory: ELEC 50A

      Alternating Current (AC) electrical circuits and their applications. Covers AC sources, analysis (using complex numbers), test equipment, measurements, and troubleshooting of basic circuits with capacitors, inductors, and resistors. Includes impedance, resonance, filters, and decibels.

       
    • Electronics Engineering Technology

      ELEC 50A  Electronic Circuits - Direct Current (DC)

      4 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lecture: 54   Lab: 54
      Advisory: Eligibility for MATH 51

      Direct Current (DC) electrical circuits and their applications. Covers DC sources, analysis, test equipment, measurements, and troubleshooting of resistive devices and other basic components. Includes Ohm's Law, Kirchhoff's law, and network theorems. (Students seeking a survey course in electronics should take ELEC 10, Introduction to Mechatronics, rather than ELEC 50A or 50B.)


      ELEC 50B  Electronic Circuits (AC)
      4 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lecture: 54   Lab: 54
      Advisory: ELEC 50A

      Alternating Current (AC) electrical circuits and their applications. Covers AC sources, analysis (using complex numbers), test equipment, measurements, and troubleshooting of basic circuits with capacitors, inductors, and resistors. Includes impedance, resonance, filters, and decibels.

       
    • Electronics & Computer Technology

      ELEC 50A  Electronic Circuits - Direct Current (DC)
      4 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lecture: 54   Lab: 54
      Advisory: Eligibility for MATH 51

      Direct Current (DC) electrical circuits and their applications. Covers DC sources, analysis, test equipment, measurements, and troubleshooting of resistive devices and other basic components. Includes Ohm's Law, Kirchhoff's law, and network theorems. (Students seeking a survey course in electronics should take ELEC 10, Introduction to Mechatronics, rather than ELEC 50A or 50B.)


      ELEC 50B  Electronic Circuits (AC)
      4 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lecture: 54   Lab: 54
      Advisory: ELEC 50A

      Alternating Current (AC) electrical circuits and their applications. Covers AC sources, analysis (using complex numbers), test equipment, measurements, and troubleshooting of basic circuits with capacitors, inductors, and resistors. Includes impedance, resonance, filters, and decibels.


      ELEC 11  Technical Applications in Microcomputers
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lecture: 36   Lab: 54

      Personal computer (PC) applications used in electronics technology. Includes word processing, spreadsheets, database, computer presentation methods, and internet research specifically designed for electronics technology.

       
    • Engineering & Construction Technology

      ECT 16  CADD and Digital Design Media Level I
      4 Units (Degree Applicable)
      Lecture: 54   Lab: 54

      Computer Aided Design and Drafting (CADD) Level 1 and computer applications in building construction, engineering, and related fields, including spreadsheet and presentation applications. Field trips required.


      ECT 70  Elements of Construction Management
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lecture: 36   Lab: 54

      Formerly INSP 70
      Construction processes, terminology, and procedures. Topics include construction careers, building systems, sustainability, quality control, management, and scheduling of resources (materials, equipment, time, personnel, and finance).

       
    • Geographic Information Systems

      GEOL 9  Environmental Geology
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU, UC)
      Lecture: 54   
      Advisory: ENGL 1A and (GEOL 1 or GEOL 8)

      Human interactions with the geological environment. Relevant aspects of the geological environment and the problems currently caused by humans as they use the earth and its resources. Geologic hazards, including earthquakes, volcanoes, landslides, floods, and subsidence. Emphasis on geological viewpoints concerning waste disposal, pollution, geothermal energy, fossil fuels, and mining. Geologic practices related to sound land management, conservation of resources, and protection of the environment. Field trips required.


      GEOG 10  Introduction to Geographic Information Systems
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU, UC, C-ID #: GEOG 155)
      Lecture: 36   Lab: 54

      Principles, theory, and operations of geographic information systems (GIS), including geospatial data models, analytical functions, data quality, map design and visual communication, and social and environmental applications of GIS.

      GEOL 10  Natural Disasters
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU, UC)
      Lecture: 54   

      Surveys the hazards faced by humans from the natural environment. Analyzes a variety of hazards from a geological perspective. Studies the impact humans have on influencing or exacerbating natural disasters. Includes the role of government in responding to natural disasters. Field trips required.

       
    • Geotech

      GEOL 1  Physical Geology
      4 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU, UC)
      Lecture: 54   Lab: 54
      Advisory: MATH 50

      Minerals, rocks, earthquakes, volcanoes, and landscapes are presented within a framework of plate tectonics operating in concert with atmospheric and oceanic processes. A required course for students entering geoscience majors. May be taken by non-majors as a transferable physical science plus lab. Required field trips may involve overnight camping.


      GEOL 9  Environmental Geology
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU, UC)
      Lecture: 54   
      Advisory: ENGL 1A and (GEOL 1 or GEOL 8)

      Human interactions with the geological environment. Relevant aspects of the geological environment and the problems currently caused by humans as they use the earth and its resources. Geologic hazards, including earthquakes, volcanoes, landslides, floods, and subsidence. Emphasis on geological viewpoints concerning waste disposal, pollution, geothermal energy, fossil fuels, and mining. Geologic practices related to sound land management, conservation of resources, and protection of the environment. Field trips required.


      GEOL 9L  Environmental Geology Laboratory
      1 Unit (Degree Applicable, CSU, UC)
      Lab: 54
      Corequisite: GEOL 9 (May have been taken previously)

      Common laboratory practices and exercises in environmental geology. Laboratory exercises include analyzing topographic and geological maps and aerial and satellite imagery. Also included are identifying common mineral and rock samples, water and soil analysis, and integrating data from lab activities in problem solving exercises. Field trip required.

       
    • Health Careers

      MEDI 90  Medical Terminology
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lecture: 54   

      This course is an introduction to the use and meaning of the medical terminology used in various allied health fields.

    • Histologic Technician

      HT 1  Introduction to Histotechnology
      1 Unit (Degree Applicable)
      Lecture: 18   
      Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 1A

      The role of histotechnicians in preparation and analysis of tissues samples for diagnostic and research purposes. Internet resources, support organizations and periodical references for histotechnicians, as well as regulatory agencies. Set up of an educational plan and portfolio to be used throughout the program.


      HT 2  Scientific Basics for Histotechnicians
      3 Units (Degree Applicable)
      Lecture: 54   
      Advisory: CHEM 10 and Eligibility for ENGL 1A

      General laboratory issues including general laboratory protocols (GLP's), safety, ethics, and terminology relative to the preparation of tissue samples.

    • Industrial Design Engineer

      IDE 110  Design Foundation-Visual Literacy
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lecture: 36   Lab: 54
      Corequisite: IDE 120 and IDE 130

      A portfolio-based course that explores sketching, rendering and physical sketch-modeling techniques based on formal design concepts and principles. Promotes efficient communication between designers, engineers, clients and users through rapid, focused concept and form development.


      IDE 120  Introduction to CAD
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lecture: 36   Lab: 54
      Corequisite: IDE 110 and IDE 130

      Computer Aided Design (CAD) applications and design processes used in industrial design and manufacturing. A portfolio-based course that requires students to generate industry standard CAD drawings used for manufacturing.


      IDE 130  Introduction to Shop Processes

      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      Lecture: 36   Lab: 54
      Corequisite: IDE 110 and IDE 120

      Methods and tools used for creating production prototypes, breadboards, and mock-ups used for fabrication and manufacturing industries. Focus is on tool and process selection, safety, and mastery of machine operation skills and techniques.

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    • Nutrition

      HRM 52  Food Safety and Sanitation
      2 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU, C-ID #: HOSP 110)
      Lecture: 36 
      Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68

      Sanitation practices affecting individual and commercial food service operations. Prevention and control of foodborne illnesses through flow of food and Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point (HACCP) management. Also includes study of worker safety. Students will take a nationally recognized Food Safety Manager Certification exam as part of this course.


      NF 25  Introduction to Nutrition Science
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU, UC, C-ID #: NUTR 110)
      UC Credit Limitation

      Lecture: 54   
      Prerequisite: ENGL 67

      Scientific concepts of nutrition related to the function of nutrients and current health issues with emphasis on individual needs. Topics include: functions and sources of nutrients; scientific principles to analyze and evaluate nutrition information; Dietary Guidelines and current nutrition recommendations; digestion, absorption, and metabolism; health, fitness, and disease; and nutrition in the life span. Students will record their diet, analyze its composition, and evaluate its nutrient content.


      NF 28  Cultural and Ethnic Foods
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU, UC)
      Lecture: 54   
      Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68

      Regional, ethnic, cultural, religious, historical, and social influences on food patterns and cuisines. Core components include specialized equipment and utensils related to cultures, traditional foods of selected cultures, geographic factors in food availability, and global food issues. Includes in-depth study of a selected culture group.

    • Surveying Technology

      ENGR 1  Introduction to Engineering
      2 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU, UC, C-ID #: ENGR 110)
      Lecture: 18   Lab: 54

      Engineering professions including academic requirements, licensure, articulation agreements with four-year institutions, transfer, engineering study as a preparation for other careers, and academic and employment strategies. Engineering design, creativity, and problem solving processes including working as a team member on an engineering design project. Field trips are required.


      ENGR 18  Introduction to Engineering Graphics
      3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
      (May be taken for option of letter grade or Pass/No Pass)
      Lecture: 36   Lab: 54

      Fundamental engineering graphics and problem solving techniques. Skills in freehand and instrument drawing are developed and applied to the solution of problems. Orthographic, isometric and oblique drawings.

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